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Welcome to FreeCampsites USA. To find campsites in the United States of America, click on your state of interest in the image above.

In the USA, camping is available in the National Parks and National Forests. Each of the fifty states allow camping within their State Parks. Many have State Forests that allow camping as well. The Corps of Engineers manage campgrounds throughout the United States. In the western half of the country, you can fund abundant camping on BLM land. Additional public camping can be found at various County and City Parks.