How do you go about researching places to camp on the Internet? The type of camping you do certainly makes a difference. Do you need pavement or are you willing to go down a gravel road? Do you want RV hookups (yep...some places have hookups for free!) or is an isolated lake more your style?
Using the Internet is a great way to find places to camp tailored to your personal preferences. Internet web sites such as the popular freecampgrounds.com and boondocking.org have state by state listings of free and low cost campsites for example.
There is a lot of camping information available most people are not aware of. County parks, city parks, even state parks offer free camping. We feel that there is so much information available that it's impossible for any one web site to document it all. What we needed was a web site that waded through the search engine results and grouped camping resources in a state by state manner.
We developed RV Camping to be our primary source for finding places to camp. We designed the site to quickly search public lands for camping locations, and provide official links that will always have the most up to date information. Listed by state, you will find links to federal and state campgrounds, wildlife refuges, and every official public camping website we've found. We hope to provide a wide range of camping options for all types of recreational vehicles and their owners.
We hope you bookmark http://www.rv-camping.org/ for use as a research tool for finding RV camping places everywhere.