We're spending 2-weeks in one of our favorite campgrounds. We're in the National Forest above Durango. About 15 mi north of town and 6 or so miles south of the Durango Mtn Resort (Purgatory).
Haviland Lake Campground
is set on a beautiful lake, surrounded by mountains. It's a great spot. We found it by accident 7 years ago and have been back every year, many times twice in a year.
About 1/2 of the 40-some campsites have electricity. But no other services are offered. There are pit toilets but no showers, etc. And the pit toilets are the nicest cleanest non-smelly pit toilets you'll ever see.
They don't have any water at your campsite only 5 or 6 water spigots. scattered around the campsite loops. No hose connections anywhere.
Staying 2-weeks (the maximum stay) without any water would take a seriously large fresh water tank. Or we'd have to take the RV to a place up the highway that offers a dump station and fresh water for a fee. But since we've been coming here so long we've devised a different strategy.
Campingworld and others sell a 45 gallon water "bag". When we towed a travel trailer we'd put it on the roof of our truck, fill it with water and then use gravity to fill our tanks. But with the 3051S Forester the fresh water fill is up high. Too high for gravity to fill the tank from the roof of our toad.
So, I bought an inexpensive 12-v water pump and now it's even easier. I just fill the water bag, park next to the RV, connect the pump and quickly pump the water into the tank.
I mention all of this because I know a lot of boondockers would like a way to drive to a place to get water that they could easily take to their rig when they are all set up in a great boondocking location.
So, here's my setup - you can see how small it is folded away, what it looks like while filing and how I pump it into the RV.
PS. Haviland Campground allows the dumping of grey water via a small hose so, a two week stay is no problem from a grey water perspective and with the CG's toilets our black tank stays fairly empty during 2-weeks as well.