Boondocking / Dry Camping, Rv Solar, RV Upgrades & Mods

FREE! RV Solar Education Weekend

Come join us for a weekend of learning.

Are you currently interested in building a DIY solar system for your RV? Do you need a little guidance to help calculate your needs? On March 16-17 in Granbury Texas, Rob Kenny from Lucky Charm RV’ing and DIY RV Solar Systems and Justin Ford from Opting Out of Normal and RV Solar DIY Install are teaming up to bring a weekend full of “All things Solar”. They will have their RV’s on hand to discuss their systems as well as leading discussions on several topics to help in the proper steps required to successfully design and install a system on your own. For questions and to RSVP please email

Schedule of Events

Saturday March 16 2019

9:30AM Meet and Greet

Come meet Rob and Justin.  

11:00AM The Design Spiral

12:00PM Break For Lunch

1:00PM Proper Methods of Determining Power Requirements

2:30PM Battery Bank Selection/ Voltage Choices

4:00PM End of Day One

From 7-9pm there will be a fireside chat, bring your chairs and stories.

Sunday March 17 2019

9:30AM Coffee and Donuts Meet and Greet

10:00AM Inverter Options and Wiring Techniques

11:00AM Solar Array Sizing and Charge Controller Selection

12:00PM Break For Lunch

1:00PM Equipment Mounting Options 

2:00PM Proper Wire Sizing

3:00PM Useful Installation Tools

4:00PM Weekend Wrap Up

14 thoughts on “FREE! RV Solar Education Weekend”

  1. I would love to be a part of this meet-up with all of you, but I can’t leave my Mother unattended for more than a few hours and Texas is a bit of a hoof from Tucson LOL. “All in good time” is a phrase that I have running through my mind all the time. I know that whoever shows up will have a great time ! Would it be possible to set up a camera to video some of this? I know it would be difficult, but a little ‘something’ for those of us that can’t be there would be awesome. Cheers mate !

  2. Wish we were in the Area, would love to attend and learn about putting Solar on my Jayco North Point. Going Full-time in October and getting out of New England winters.

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