New Mexico & Texas Free Camping

“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.”

– John Muir

Overview:

The land of enchantment is poised to hold a sacred piece of your heart with its rugged mountain terrain and vast rolling deserts. Star gazers will appreciate the low population and large stretches of land between the big cities. Around each twist and turn in the road is a new fantastic place to get away from it all and get back to what’s important. When you have had your fill of the expanses of the desert you can head over to east Texas with the lure of long sandy beaches, the small islands on the intercoastal waterway, and warm winter nights. There is no shortage of nature to explore and enjoy in these two states. From the mountains and the second largest canyon in North America, to the ocean and back again this book will show you where to camp and recreate in New Mexico and Texas for free as well as some very affordable camping options.
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  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Where the closest groceries and gas are locate
  • Brief details specific to the site

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104 Free camping spots and the information you need to find many more hidden gems.
26 State operated facilities that offer exceptional value for avid campers

New Mexico & Texas Free Camping Book – Map



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Idaho Free Camping

 

Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better.

– Albert Einstein

 

Overview:
Early Native Americans settled in Idaho more than 14,000 years ago and it’s not difficult to see why. With a mild climate in the West and plenty of rugged unspoiled landscape, the area has captivated the mind and hearts of man for countless generations. Much has changed in the region over the years, but visitors to the area are blessed with huge stretches of wilderness area capable of taking them back in time. This guide covers free camping opportunities across Idaho that will help you keep travel costs down and get you out and enjoying the spectacular beauty of the Rocky Mountains and beyond.

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* 129 National Forest

* 3 National Forest Boat-in sites

* 12 BLM sites

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Idaho Free Camping Map:

 

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West Coast Free Camping

“The earth does not belong to us… We belong to the earth”

– Chief Seattle

 

Details:

The West coast of the United states has drawn the interests of travelers for generations. There is no shortage of outdoor activities to partake in, or beautiful places to explore. With everything from beautiful sandy beaches, volcanoes, and lush forests to explore down to dry harsh deserts, you will not tire of the scenery anytime soon. This collected guide covers the states of California, Oregon and Washington offering 377 free camping areas to save you money while you explore this picturesque area of the world.

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* 340 – Driver accessible campsites

* 37 – Boat in Campgrounds

377 Free Campsites to choose from all along the west coast.

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Washington and Oregon Free Camping

“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Pacific Northwest is a landscape like no other on earth. Persistent rainfall in certain areas creates lush temperate rainforest, while the dramatic mountain ridges and volcanoes of the Cascades create near desert conditions in the eastern side of the area. The Pacific Northwest is known for its numerous islands, bays, and fjords, along with the deepest lake in the United States. The lush coastal areas and abundant bodies of freshwater along the western portion of the area are fantastic places for those travelers who long to be by the water’s edge. The spectacular diversity of the Pacific Northwest makes it a grand place to experience the beauty of the outdoors. This guide covers 175 free places to pitch a tent or roll out the awning on the motorhome within the states of Oregon and Washington. Included in the camping areas are some gems only accessible by boat in both states.

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Washington and Oregon Free Camping Book Map

 

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California Free Camping

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity”

– John Muir

From rugged coastlines and sandy beaches to desert lowland and lush mountain valleys, California has something for everyone. This guide is designed to help you quickly and easily plan your next camping trip. It doesn’t matter if you are escaping for a weekend or living on the road, this guide will give you all the information and links you need to find a great free campsite no matter where you are exploring in California.

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198 Free camping spots and the information you need to find many more hidden gems.

California Free Camping Book – Map

 

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Colorado Free Camping

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”

– Henry David Thoreau

Colorado is renowned for its outstanding beauty, rugged terrain, and abundance of outdoor activities. This guide covers free camping opportunities within the Colorado mountains from the Front Range to the back country and all the spaces in between. The sites listed are accessible by car, RV, Camping trailer, or in some cases 4×4 vehicle. All of the sites are free to use and information on regulations is easy locate.

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Over 90 Free camping spots and the information you need to find many more hidden gems.

Colorado Free Camping Book – Map

 

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Arizona Free Camping

 

“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.”

– John Muir

From the largest stand of ponderosa pines in the world to one of the seven natural wonders of the world Arizona has some impressive landscapes to explore. This guide will assist you in finding free places to take in the beauty of Arizona from the high mountains to the desert valleys. Whether you are looking for a weekend away or plotting an escape from the cold embrace of winter this guide will have you covered. There is several listed option for Long term visitors looking to keep costs low and still have the basic amenities. All of the sites listed are accessible by car, RV, camping trailer, or in some cases 4×4 vehicle. All of the sites except for the long term visitors areas are free to use and information on regulations are easy locate within the guide.

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80 Free camping spots and the information you need to find many more hidden gems.

Arizona Free Camping Book – Map

 

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