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Borah Peak Trailhead
Free camping is available at 5 sites. Handicap accessible toilet. Located in the Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho.

Little Jackass Campground
5 free campsites. Sites have grills, fire rings, and picnic tables. Vault toilets. 20' maximum vehicle length. 14-day limit. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.

Wrangle Campground
5 Free tent sites. Sites contain fire rings and picnic tables. Campground has vault toilets, well water, and a rustic historic shelter. There is also a community kitchen available. 14-day limit. Located in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon.

Hosmer Grove Campground
The campground has picnic tables, BBQ grills, drinking water, and pit toilets. Hosmer Grove lies in the cloud belt of Haleakala, just below the 7,000-foot level in the summit area. Be prepared for rain and cold weather. No fee. 3 nights per month limit.

Deep Creek Campground
6 free campsites are available year round. Maximum vehicle length is 30'. Campground has restroom facilities. Located in the Bitterroot National Forest, Montana.

Clover Meadow Campground
7 free sites are available. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables. Campground has drinking water and vault toilets. Maximum vehicle length is 20' and there is a 14-day limit. Closed in winter. Located in the Sierra National Forest, California.

Lost Creek
Located in the Hiwassee River Vicinity of the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee. 15 free tent and trailer sites. Campground has vault toilets and picnic tables.

Hickory Ridge Horsecamp
20 sites are available free of charge. Located adjacent to the 46-mile long Hickory Ridge trail in the Hoosier National Forest, Indiana. The campground is designed for horse camping, however, any National Forest visitor is welcome. Campground has vault toilets, hitching racks, and water for horses (not potable for people). Mountain bikes and hikers are allowed on the trail.

Eldorado National Forest
Free dispersed camping is allowed at almost everywhere within the Eldorado National Forest, California. A free Campfire Permit is required for campfires, stoves, lanterns, or barbeques used outside of a recreational vehicle. Pets are allowed, but must be kept under control at all times.

Scorpion - Lower Campground
17 Free tent sites are available. Located in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico. Site contains flush toilets, drinking water, picnic tables, and grills. 7 day limit.

Cimarron National Grassland
Free dispersed camping is available in the Cimarron National Grassland, Kansas.

Cloud Crossing Campground
Located in the General Winn Ranger District of the Kisatchie National Forest. Free camping is available for RVs, trailers, and tents. Sites contain grills and vault toilets.

Deer River Area - Chippewa National Forest
Free camping is allowed at 20 sites along the shore of Cut Foot Sioux Lake. All of the sites have latrines and campfire rings, and some also have picnic tables. Access is by boat only. Located in northern Minnesota.

Warden Station Camp - Alabama
45 year-round sites with water and sanitary facilities. Primitive camping only. Horse trails nearby, so watch your step.

Mendenhall Lake Campground - Juneau, Alaska
About 13 miles from downtown Juneau, near Mendenhall Glacier. Open May 15 - September 15. There are 7 walk-in backpacker sites available free of charge. All have tent pads, accessible picnic tables and fire grills. Water faucets and vault toilets throughout the campground. Campground host and garbage dumpster near entrance. Located in the Tongass National Forest, Alaska.

Blue Blazed Hiking Trails - Connecticut
The backpack camping zones offer primitive campsites with few facilities. Although several have Adirondack-type camp shelters of limited capacity, campers are advised to bring their own tents. Also, drinking water is not provided except at approved state park and forest wells. A reservation and permit are required.

Namakanipaio Campground - Hawaii
Located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It is free to camp here, but proof of payment of park entrance fees is required. This campground has restrooms, water, picnic tables, and barbecue pits. 7 day limit. No fires. No Dogs.

Sand Island State Recreation Area
Near Honolulu, Hawaii on the Island of Oahu. Restrooms, outdoor showers, picnic tables, trash cans, drinking water, payphone. Free permit required for camping.

Lena Lake Campground - Washington State
Campground contains 29 tent sites available free of charge. Site contains fire rings and a vault toilet. There is no potable water at this site. Located in Olympic National Forest, Washington.

Succor Creek State Natural Area - Oregon
Succor Creek is an unstaffed, no-fee primitive camping area. There's no potable water service and the park lies on rough unpaved road. There are 6 walk-in campsites and 12 hike-in campsites. Located in eastern Oregon.

Porcupine Lake Wilderness
Officially designated as a wilderness in 1984, this 4,446 acre wilderness is located 4 miles southeast of Drummond, Wisconsin. in Bayfield County. Camping is limited to 21 consecutive days. Primitive tent camping only. Camping is free, but some areas might charge a $3.00 daily parking fee. Located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

Butler County, Iowa - FREE Camping Every Wednesday
Free camping is available every Wednesday night at several campgrounds in Butler County, Iowa. Many are full-service campgrounds with water, toilets, showers, electricity, and dump stations. Free camping is not available on holidays.

South Corney Lake Campground
Located in the Caney Ranger District of the Kisatchie National Forest in Louisiana. Free camping is available year round at several locations in the Corney Lake Recreation area. RV, tent and group camping. Sites contain vault toilets, drinking water, fire rings, and trash disposal.

Nebraska State Parks - Campground Hosts
Campground hosts stay at campgrounds free of charge in exchange for helping out fellow campers. Campground hosts welcome new campers, distribute literature, and organize activities. Hosts work between 2-4 hours per day, 5 days per week. A minimum stay of 2 weeks is required.

Osceola National Forest - Florida
Primitive camping is allowed anywhere on the national forest except at Olustee Beach. However, camping is restricted to designated hunt camps and Ocean Pond Campground during hunting season. A primitive camp shelter is located along the Florida National Scenic Trail and is available on a first come first served basis.

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