* All (12,000+) US & Canada - Federal,
State/Provincial, County and City - car accessible campgrounds
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All US & Canada
= Corps of Engineers (COE)
All State Parks &
(SF), Fish and Wildlife (SFW)
= Military only (MIL)
contact them for info
(CP); Native Amer. Res. (RES); Utility owned (UTIL); and unknown type
white symbol: tents $12 or less
= LABEL - If the 4 letter name is preceeded
by a ¥ it has a dump, if - it does not. If the 4
letter name is followed by a §, it has RV
hookups (at least electric), if - it has none. If
either is missing, it means we dont know, use one of the
links to get this information.
TERMS "12mi SE of
Woodland": The miles are a rough approximation of road
miles. In mountains/canyons or near water it could be much farther.
"DOW INFO": For NF's over 10 sites, a link to comprehensive campground
info at forestcamping.com by Fred & Suzi Dow.
PHONE NUMBERS : We usually provide two numbers: 1)
for the campground itself 2) for reservations. For NF, we
often list 2
campground numbers: District office (try this one first)/Forest office
(try second) - these are offices, not at the campground, so call before
EL: elevation in feet (shown only if greater than 1500 ft)
COMMENTS: IMPORTANT info (like "closed in 2013" or
"no RVs") or observations sent to us by visitors.
"WALK TO" "WALK IN": This note means you have to walk a short distance
to camp sites, NOT backpacking. AMENITIES
If there is no mention of an amenity,
it does NOT mean it is not there, it
means we don't have data about it (yet). Use the link to
get full information.
E, WE, WES=Water Electric Sewer
FTVT=some FT, some VT
NT= no toilets
MAX RV LENGTH: (always call ahead if you have a long rig)
DW=drinking water at campground
NW=no drinking water(bring your own)
NP=no pets allowed
L$=free or under $12 THANKS
would like to thank the following whose help helped make this
compilation and web site possible:
* Adam Schneider, whose
GPSVisualizer.com mapping utilities and whose frequent
trechnical assistance has made the mapping portion of this project
which provides access to climate information and historical weather
* Frank Tabor, Gladys, VA, for campground data that made it feasible to
get started on this project.
* RVers Best
Public Campgrounds By Lee Zabrowski, who provided corrected
coordinates for many campgrounds.
* Dow's National Forest
Campground Guide which we link to for info about many of
our National Forest campgrounds.