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Search by any State name and get all the boondocking locations we have found in that State. You can also search by any of the National Park Names. Wherever it is you plan to travel, find out important information to help in your location decisions before you head out on your next adventure.
We have listed the free boondocking locations that have no facilities in each State and near State Parks, National Monuments and National Parks. We also included all the Paid/Permit sites that have facilities available for their campers. We even have the available facilities included for each site.
We provide a Google Satelite GPS Map of each campsite for your convenience. These maps are responsive and you can zoom in or out to get a clearer perspective of what is around your chosen location. You will know ahead-of-time if your site has room to turn-around your vehicle, trailer, or RV.
Put together an itinerary for your next trip. Figure out where you want to stay each night and research each area with our help. When dispersed camping (no facilities), it is important to have and plan. Actually, you really should have a 'Plan 2' for when the unexpected happens. Be Flexible!
Calculate how much water you'll need for each day of your trip before you head out. Drinking: 1 gallon/person/day. Add more for cooking, washing dishes, and taking showers. Don't forget the pets. After all that -- add a bit more. Trust us, it beats running out of water and then having to cut short your camping trip.