Free Camping Archive

Dispersed Camping – Free RV Camping in National Forests

If you’ve watched any of our videos on YouTube or Instagram, you’ve probably heard us talk about “dispersed camping” or “boondocking.” If your reaction to any of those words is “What the heck is that?”, don’t worry – you’re not alone. In this post,

Free Camping Near Grand Canyon South Rim

Make the Grand Canyon your Back Yard – For Free Yes, you read that right. You can park your home near the Grand Canyon, one of the wonders of the natural world, for free on National Forest land. Free camping near Grand Canyon South

Free Camping Near Flagstaff – Dispersed Camping in Coconino National Forest

1. Walnut Canyon Dispersed Camping GPS coordinates 35.179492,-111.489035. Cosnino Road is a dirt road with some rough washboards. There is a sign at the entrance stating camping is allowed for up to 14 days. There are quite a few established campsites in the area, many of

Mono Lake Camping – Free Dispersed Camping Near Lee Vining California

Mono Lake camping near Lee Vining is a great way to enjoy the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Whether you’re traveling through on Highway 395 or planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, you should plan to spend at least one night dispersed camping near

Padre Island National Seashore – Beach Camping in Texas

Not far from Corpus Christi is Padre Island National Seashore, 70 miles of undeveloped barrier island along the coast of Texas. This costal wilderness is home to nearly 400 bird species and is the prime nesting beach for the Kemp’s ridley sea turtles. Padre

Free Camping Mojave National Preserve – Banshee Canyon

Throughout the United States, there are beautiful free camping spots on public land and national forests. Our most recent off grid camping adventure lead us to a great free camping spot in the Mojave National Preserve. Most of these spots are considered off grid

Free Camping Tucson, Arizona – Bureau of Land Management

As we make our way east, free camping is becoming difficult to find. We did find a great free camping spot in Tucson, Arizona. Eight miles west of the city on Ajo Highway, the BLM land is along the edge of an Indian Reservation and close proximity to Tucson Mountain