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Old 01-13-2007, 08:59 PM   #29
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The advantages to the map books is that one need not be on line (important to Full Timer or multi-week traveler in remote area) and if the CGs are marked, they are marked right there on your map.
Agreed.
However armed with those sites you can print out the list of campgrounds in the area you might be in. I plan on carrrying with me this summer the list of Forest Service and BLM campgrounds for Washington and Oregon. Mostly the western part of both states. I also have mapping software on my computer that I can plug in the approximate locations then I have the whole thing. I can print out ahead of time if I like.
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Thanks for the BLM website imfo. Boondockers like me appreciate it!!

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Old 02-12-2007, 11:39 PM   #31
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This is a great website: www.freecampgrounds.com A lot of small town city parks are listed as well as the usual Wal-Mart locations that still allow overnight camping.
I checked some areas with which I am familiar and found the information to be accurate and many of the comments made within the past year.

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Old 02-13-2007, 08:58 AM   #32
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This is a great website: www.freecampgrounds.com A lot of small town city parks are listed as well as the usual Wal-Mart locations that still allow overnight camping.
I checked some areas with which I am familiar and found the information to be accurate and many of the comments made within the past year.

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And it's listed among others on our Helpful-Links > RV Campgrounds page. [b]Thanks for the reminder, Vivian!
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