Annotations for Don Wrights Guide to Free Campgrounds
The Guide to Free Campgrounds, 14th edition, merges the eastern and western versions into one book and includes only campgrounds with RV sites; tent-only campgrounds have been eliminated. The new edition contains more than 14,000 public campgrounds, including National Forests, National Parks, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and Corps of Engineers. It also includes thousands of county and city parks with camping. The campgrounds in the book have overnight camping fees of $12 or less per night. The book gives detailed directions to each campground, along with facilities and activities available there. At thousands of federal and state campgrounds where the Federal America the Beautiful Senior Pass is honored, the book provides specific discounted fees that are charged to senior citizens with the lifetime pass. For the first time, GPS coordinates are provided for nearly every campground in the book, including remote, off-the-beaten-path camping areas.
The complete guide to campgrounds built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. All campsites are located on or near lakes or streams managed or impounded by the Corps of Engineers.Individual listings contain complete descriptions of facilities, icons for amenities and directions to each campground. Updated edition now includes GPS coordinates. Seniors camp at half price with America the Beautiful Pass.