Finally, in one easy-to-use volume, a comprehensive directory of National Forest Campgrounds. Approximately 20 million individuals visit our National Forests each year, taking advantage of the more than 4,000 campgrounds. With this easy to use guide--organized by state and then by National Forest--descriptive text, photographs, maps, and icons will help readers to locate, evaluate, and reserve the site best suited to their needs. Campgrounds are divided into three categories: Full (with showers, full RV hookups, etc), Standard (semi-developed, running water available), and Rustic (no paved road, pit toilets). Campground descriptions will be supplemented by directions, fees, available services, number of sites, etc. The directory also features informative maps as well as local information and history.
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There are over 4,300 National Forest campgrounds across the United States - tucked in remote canyons, among dense forests, alongside lakes and steams or on mountaintops. While some are popular and well-known, many are obscure gems, seldom visited. This directory will help you find National Forest campgrounds that best fit your needs. A photo, map and description accompanies campground information from every national forest.
Our Forests is a public/private partnership (99-PA-047) in Whitefish, Montana, that provides information tools for those who recreate on America's National Forests and Grasslands.
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