How to Camp for Free on Million of Acres of Public Land
Did you know there are millions of square miles of land available to camp for FREE! The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) was established on July 16, 1946. It was created through the consolidation of two existing agencies: the General Land Office and the Grazing Service. The Bureau manages approximately 245 million acres of public land, primarily located in the western states. ON BLM land Developed Campgrounds do require a fee but offer amenities such as campsites, rest rooms, picnic tables, fire rings and sometimes even RV hook ups. However the Bureau of Land Management also allows dispersed camping in many areas, which means camping outside of designated campgrounds. In some cases, dispersed camping on BLM land may be free. No fighting for camp spots, long wait lines, months of advance booking. Find you spot. Pitch up a tent you are ready to camp!
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