Public Lands

Millions of acres of the country’s most pristine locations have been preserved as public access lands for the enjoyment of all Americans. RVs are an ideal way to visit these wilderness areas in comfort.

National Parks

The National Park Service cares for our nation’s 401 national parks and their 275 million visitors each year. Within those parks, there are more than 29,000 campsites in 440 campgrounds. Many in-park RV campgrounds have limited or no hookups, but are set in breathtaking surroundings. To find out more or to reserve a site, visit NPS.gov or Reserve America.

State Parks

America's 7,800 State Parks can be found in all 50 states and boast more than 221,000 campsites. You're sure to find a park that's close enough to home for spur-of-the-moment RV getaways where you can discover local natural wonders. To find a State Park near you, visit Find a Park.

National Forests

The National Forest Service has more than 4,300 campgrounds in its 155 forests. To locate a national forest near you or to make reservations to camp in a national forest, visit Forest Camping or Reserve America.

Bureau of Land Management Recreation Sites

The Bureau of Land Management oversees 264 million acres of scenic outdoor recreation sites in the western United States, including Alaska. For camping and recreation area information, visit BLM.gov or Reserve America.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Projects

There are campgrounds in 2,375 parks located mostly near lakes created through Corps projects. For information, log on to the Corps website or Reserve America.

National Wildlife Refuges

The National Wildlife Refuge System, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is the world’s premier system of public lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife and plants. The system has grown to more than 150 million acres, 555 national wildlife refuges and other units of the Refuge System, plus 38 wetland management districts. Camping is allowed only when it’s compatible with conservation efforts. For reservations, go to Reserve America.