There are a lot of RV and camping sites out there and it can be hard to find the one that suits your needs after you figure out the basics. Here's a site I discovered today. It came from a boondocking group I belong to. What I love about it is they give topographical map information. Some of you might like that - particularly if you like to four-wheel or snowmobile or hike etc. They also include a lot of great links to other, little known but very useful sites. All the information on the site is taken from state and federal sources so it saves you time having to dig up all the state info every time you go looking. It's worth a look and a bookmark on your computer!http://www.uscampgrounds.info/
site provides what they believe to be the most complete and geograpically
accurate US & Canada public campground locator in
existence. Includes all National Park and National Forest campgrounds;
BLM, TVA and
Army engineers campgrounds, State Park
& Provincial campgrounds.
The site owners say they include
only public car-camping campgrounds with 5 or more campsites
tables and toilets (not
backpack-in, boat-in, horse camps, dispersed or group camps).
not include privately owned campgrounds.
Read their FAQs
learn more about the data, accuracy, usage and precautions.