Guidebook of free campgrounds updated after four years
By Bob Difley Any RVer that has been on the road for awhile likely has a dog-eared and ragged copy of Don Wright’s Guide to Free Campgrounds, especially boondockers and those that seek out off-the-beaten-path locations.
Don’s guide had been a mainstay on my bookshelf since when I started fulltiming and I used it almost daily. But it’s been four years since the latest revised and updated edition and much has changed and been added.
The brand-new, hefty edition — all 832 pages — was just published (on November 26, 2018) in time to put it on your Christmas list and add to the gift lists of your RVer friends.
The new tome provides what you need to know about thousands of free campgrounds, as well as those $20 and under, across the country — including in national parks, national forests, on Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and Corps of Engineers land, as well as state parks and forests, national and state wildlife refuges, small mom-and-pop campgrounds, and city and county parks that allow camping.
You can find Don Wright’s new edition of his Guide to Free Campgrounds on Amazon.