Fisher Towers Campground is a primitive, BLM campground at Fisher Towers near Moab, Utah. There are five tent-only sites at this campground.
Oowah Lake Campground is a Forest Service campground in the Manti-La Sal National Forest near Moab, Utah. This is a high-elevation campground at approximately 8,800 feet.
Aguirre Spring Campground is an established BLM campground in the Organ Mountains east of Las Cruces, New Mexico. The campground has 55 individual sites and two group sites.
Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area is a county-owned park that provides an affordable camping option at the base of the Bighorn Mountains near Buffalo, Wyoming.
There are more than 170 campsites spread between nine different campgrounds at Keyhole State Park. Many of the campsites have picnic tables and charcoal grills, and most will accommodate RVs or trailers.
Voyagers Rest Fishing Access Site is a recreational site on the Yellowstone River that allows primitive camping. There are about six primitive campsites at this location.
Itch-Kep-Pe Park is a city-operated park in Columbus, Montana. The park has approximately 30 sites for tent, van, or RV camping. All sites are dry camping only.
Quartzsite and Ehrenberg are both popular camping areas in southwest Arizona. Often overlooked on the short drive between Quartzsite and Ehrenberg is Tom Wells Road.
The Ehrenberg, Arizona area is a favorite spot for many full-timers and snowbirds who are looking for a free, desert campsite.
The desert around Ehrenberg, Arizona is a popular BLM dispersed camping area for many snowbirds. Many people find the scenery in the desert here somewhat uninspiring, however. Fortunately, there are also several free, dispersed camping sites along the Colorado River near Ehrenberg.