FreeCampground.com
Camp for FREE
Add a Site
Members
Search by State
Search:  

Home
Top Free Campsites
Add a Campsite
Articles
Submit Articles


Free Campgrounds
by State
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming


Top Sites
1-25 of 89 links

ComeandGet-IT Discount Camping Supplies
Your lansoprazol one stop shop for all your camping needs. We offer affordable camping gear, how to videos and articles, weather and travel resources and much more.

Camping Cove
Experience outdoor family fun at Outdoor Oz. Since 2005, we've been wowing Australian families with quality swags, excellent customer service, and super-fast shipping. Join in on the fun now and head over to outdooroz.com.au

Camp 32 Campground
Free camping is available at 8 sites. Facilities include fire rings, picnic tables, vault toilets, and water (hand pump). Maximum vehicle length is 20 feet and there is a 14-day limit. Located in Kootenai National Forest, Montana.

Airey Lake
Free camping with good facilities which include toilets, drinking water, and picnic tables. Group camping is allowed. Located on a 3-acre lake in the De Soto National Forest, Mississippi.

Aspen Basin Campground
Located fifteen miles from downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. There are 10 campsites available free of charge. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables, and there is a vault toilet in the parking lot. There is no potable water and no Campground Host. The elevation is 10,300 feet.

Prince of Wales Island
Free camping is available at Horseshoe Hole Campsite, Lake No. 3 Campsite, and Staney Bridge Campsite. There is no developed water supply, but most sites contain fire rings, picnic tables, and vault toilets. Located in the Tongass National Forest, Alaska.

Huckleberry Mountain
25 trailer and 5th wheel sites. Seasonal opening and closing dates for this recreation site vary according to weather. Sites include fire rings and picnic tables. Campground has vault toilets and well water. 14-day limit. Located in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon.

Backcountry Camping at Glacier National Park - Montana
Free permit required to avoid overcrowding. Free sites available on a first come first serve basis. Reservations can be made for a $20 fee. Hundreds of sites available in 66 campgrounds. Many sites have time and fire restrictions.

Butler Bar Campground
Located in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon. Free camping with access to the wild and scenic Elk River. 7 sites with fire rings, and picnic tables. Drinking water is available during the summer and the campground has one double restroom. 14-day limit.

J. Percy Priest Lake
Free primitive camping is allowed on 12 islands on J. Percy Priest Lake just outside of Nashville, TN. Two week limit.

Sulphur Springs
Located at Wappapello Lake, Missouri. Primitive camping is allowed at four campsites in the parking area. Sites contain grills and there is a vault toilet. Free registration is required.

Bear Wallow Group Campground
Located along north side of the Kings River on a large sandy flat area. The maximum group size is 50, and the maximum vehicle length is 25 feet. Site contains grills, fire rings, picnic tables, and vault toilets. There is no water or cell phone coverage. Maximum length of stay is 14 days. Available year round free of charge. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.

Ocala National Forest
Primitive and dispersed camping is free. Primitive campsites can be used by individuals camping with tents or any motorized vehicle, but not all areas are accessible by all types of vehicles. General forest areas (dispersed camping) may be used for tent camping only. Look out for alligators and bears. Located in Florida.

Hillsboro Lake Campground
Free camping is available at five campsites with tent pads and picnic tables. Campground has toilets, but there is no drinking water. Located along the edge of Hillboro Lake in the Oconee National Forest, Georgia.

Finger Lakes National Forest
Free camping is available at 15 dispersed camping sites. Dispersed sites usually have a stone fire ring and some have a picnic table. Vault toilets are available near some sites. Free camping is also allowed throughout the Forest with the exception of pastures. No camping in pastures May 15th through October 31st. Pack out all trash and leave the site looking the way you would like to find it. Located in New York State. There is a 14-day camping limit.

Hiawath National Forest
Free camping is available almost anywhere outside designated day use sites, campgrounds, and permit areas on the Hiawatha National Forest. With one hundred miles of shoreline on three Great Lakes, the Hiawatha is uniquely positioned to provide visitors with a range of nationally distinct recreation opportunities. Your stay is limited to 16 days. After 16 days you may move to another site a minimum of one mile away for an additional 16 days. This allows the area to rest and return to its natural state. Located in Michigan.

Vermont State Parks
Many areas of state land are available for primitive, or "no trace" camping, free of charge. Three day limit within the same area. Groups of eleven or more must obtain a permit.

New River Gorge National River
Four campgrounds are available free of charge. Campers are required to register with a ranger at the earliest opportunity. Stays are limited to 14 days in the same area. All of the camping areas provide easy access to the river for fishing and swimming. Sites have no drinking water or hookups, and limited restroom facilities. Two vehicle and two camping unit limit. Located in West Virginia.

Sandy Beach RV Resort and Campground
Sandy Beach offers seasonal camping or just over night you pick. We also rent out 3 cabins. Our campground is on "Rolf" pond which has great fishing or you can just rent one of our paddle boats for a nice " Stroll" We are pet friendly!

Malta Campsite
Malta Campsite is the only official campsite on the Island. Open all year round, it is situated right at the tip of L’Ahrax, at Dahlet ix-Xmajjar, occupying an area of over 11 tumoli of land (approximately 12 Acres). The campsite is in one of the quietest and most remote parts of the Island, and is just a few minutes walk from the beautiful crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea.

Quail Ridge RV park
campground/RV park located Wiggins, ms

Kerala Tourism
All information about kerala are available in tourists Kerala.Information in Kerala state and Kerala Tourism are entered in Tourists kerala.

Schell-Osage WMA
I used to live in the town south of the area. Great place. No electric or running water, but good fishing, and very quiet. Plenty of deer and turkey in area to see. Lots of waterfowl.

Little Indian Creek
Little Indian Creek is a stream located just 7.2 miles from Saint Clair, in the state of Missouri, United States, near George (historical), MO. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including yellow perch, rainbow trout and panfish here. Whether you’re baitcasting, fly fishing or spinning your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Little Indian Creek. If all goes well, the perch will be hooked by your crickets, the rainbow will be biting your worms and the bluegill will be grabbing your mousies.

Lake Ontario Fish
Victory Outdoor Sports is a New York outfitter providing hunting and fishing services to all who enjoy the outdoors. We are located in the town of Victory, New York, just 18 miles from the World Famous Oswego and several Salmon River fishing destinations.


Page [1]  2  3  4    Next
Our Sponsors



North Face tent giveaway

Bass Pro Shops


Leave No Trace

Seven principles of outdoor ethics:
1. Plan Ahead and
    Prepare

2. Travel and Camp on
    Durable Surfaces

3. Dispose of Waste
    Properly

4. Leave What You
    Find

5. Minimize Campfire
    Impacts

6. Respect Wildlife

7. Be Considerate of
    Other Visitors



www.rockymountaintrail.com
Privacy Statement    Contact Us    Affiliate Program


Copyright© 2000-2017 by FreeCampground.com. All rights reserved.



Campground listing, free, wilderness camping, boondocking, national forest, state park, national park, canoeing, directory, listing, no-fee camping, primitive camping, backcountry, hiking, horse camps, trails