Where to go camping

Your go-to guide for finding the perfect RV campsite for your next adventure.
A toy hauler RV parked at the foot of snow covered mountains.

The best part about owning an RV is the freedom to get up at any time and hit the open road. That is, if you've got somewhere to park it.

But don't fret, there are lots of campsite options and websites to help you evaluate and book your RV adventure. From the comforts of traditional camping to glamping to boondocking, we've compiled a list of sites to help you find your next RV campsite. Happy travels!

Traditional Campsites

Traditional Campsites
  • KOA

    Their 500+ campgrounds across North America make it easy to enjoy the beauty of nature and share adventures with family and friends. View a wide variety of family-friendly campgrounds and amenities that provide the perfect place to get away, unwind and enjoy camping in the great outdoors.

    Whether you need a perfect site to pull into on your next RV road trip or a cozy spot where you and your kids can pitch your tent for the weekend, KOA is sure to have the ideal campsite for you. At KOA, we help people get outside because we know it changes them on the inside.

    Visit KOA

  • Thousand Trails

    Thousand Trails is one of the largest networks of RV resorts and campgrounds in North America, with over 80 locations in 22 states and British Columbia. They combine the beauty and relaxing atmosphere of a scenic nature preserve with the resort-style amenities and fun events and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Resorts and campgrounds are enjoyed by members and non-members alike.

    Visit Thousand Trails

  • Recreation.gov

    Think of recreation.gov as your one-stop shop - a place with all the tools, services and information you'll need to dream up your next adventure, plan the details, experience it all first-hand and then share those stories. With roughly 3,600 facilities and activities and over 103,000 individual reservable sites across the country, they're confident that you'll not only find what you need, but more importantly create lasting memories and bring home a story.

    Visit Recreation.gov

  • Hipcamp

    Hipcamp is everywhere you want to camp. Search, discover and book ranches,
    farms, vineyards, nature preserves & public sites for camping across the U.S. Hipcamp covers all National, State, Regional and Army Corps Parks in all 50 States. Which comes out to 10,459 Parks,20,374 Campgrounds and 381,384 Campsites across the USA.

    Visit Hipcamp

  • Go Camping America

    GoCampingAmerica.com is one of the largest campground databases online. It features a powerful search engine which allows campers to pinpoint their exact needs or compare parks along their route by searching in broader terms. Go Camping serves a million campers each year, helping them find their next adventure, including where to stay, activities to try and general camping resources.

    Visit GoCamping America

Public Land / Boondocking

Public Land / Boondocking
  • Bureau of Land Management

    BLM-managed lands offer numerous opportunities for camping under the stars ranging from staying in an RV at a highly developed campground to simply throwing a sleeping bag on the ground in the backcountry. No matter what type of experience you are looking for, you can find it on BLM-managed public lands.

    Visit the Bureau of Land Management

  • Boondockers Welcome

    Boondocking opens up a world of new camping opportunities. What you might lack in services* will more than be made up for in experiences. Every RV is made to be able to boondock for at least a night or two at a time. Disconnect from the campground, and fill up the fresh water tanks, charge the batteries, and connect with nature and our hosts instead. Boondockers Welcome is a venue where RVers can connect and welcome each other to camp on their property, with no expectations of being paid in anything more than gratitude and a pay-it-forward spirit.

    Visit Boondockers Welcome


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  • Allstays

    Comprehensive camping app that lets you book 30,000 campgrounds, RV parks, and even free parking lots to stay in—we’re looking at you, Walmart. The best part of the Allstays app is all the filters; adventurers can narrow their selections by types of camping, how much it costs, elevation, electric and water hookup availability, and even whether there is fishing, hiking, or a pool nearby.

    Visit Allstays

  • Harvest Host

    Harvest Hosts is a membership program that provides access to a network of wineries, farms, breweries, museums and other unique attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight. For a yearly membership fee, Harvest Hosts’ members are invited to stay at hundreds of interesting locations around North America, and experience new opportunities to explore and enjoy the RVing lifestyle. The company’s goal is to provide meaningful experiences for RVers and Hosts alike.

    Visit Harvest Host.

  • Free Roam

    Find the best free camping with helpful tools and a community for boondockers, campers, RVers and vanlifers.

    Visit Free Roam App

Camping Reviews

Camping Reviews
  • Campendium

    Crowd sourced collection of reviews and information about camping locations nationwide. Some offer details down to the site level, so you can be sure you are requesting the best possible location.

    Visit Campendium

  • iOverlander

    This nonprofit, 100 percent volunteer project aims to help people around the world find places to stay on the road. The database includes camping, hotels, restaurants, mechanics, water, propane filling, and you can search the listings or browse everything on a map. Many travelers have dedicated their time, ideas and most importantly their GPS coordinates.

    Visit iOverlander

  • The Dyrt

    The Dyrt team loves to camp, travel, and do fun things outside, but grew frustrated searching online for info on campgrounds and outdoor adventures. “Phone a friend” is usually the key for solid recommendations, except when you don’t have a friend where you’re trying to go.

    Looking at review platforms like Yelp or TripAdvisor, they thought: Why can’t this exist for the outdoors? So, they assembled a team of outdoor enthusiasts with years of experience in the software and marketing worlds to make it happen.

    Hence The Dyrt was born. A place where anyone can share their campsite stories and learn from others across the country. The Dyrt is now the fastest growing camping app on web and mobile, with new features being rolled out regularly.

    Visit The Dyrt