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Old 06-16-2015, 01:27 PM   #11
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Old 06-17-2015, 05:36 PM   #12
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Basically, I only camp in National forests in MT, ID and WY. Best advice I can give is to look up the forest you want to camp in, and write them; some actually have a map online. Or, if in the area, stop at one of their ranger stations and go inside.
They are always helpful in telling you were you can camp and IF, toilets are needed or you can use cat holes.

Same information applies to BLM; where I camp if in UT, NM or AZ.
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Old 06-26-2015, 11:49 AM   #13
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We have been camping NF campground for over 20 years. Love them. Found some good ones and some bad. Our biggest pet peeve is generators. Stayed at Caldwell lake in Michigan's UP south of Munising. really nice CG. Every site has a small beach in the lake. Only problem was everyone, and I mean all the other campers in the park ran generators ALL day and evening. I am sorry but if you absolutely need electricity to camp, go to an RV park. Rant done...

One of our favorites is Lake Michigan Recreation Area near Manistee, MI. Beautiful Lake Michigan beaches, secluded spots, large sites. Boondocking nearby if you want.

Here is a Site I find very Helpful - Campground Directory and National Forest Campgrounds

And I cannot stress enough to explore! When you are in an area of a NF. Go check it out. There is so much that is not published or known. Many of the NF campgrounds and primitive sites can be reserved... Federal recreation, camping and tour reservation information - Recreation.gov

Don't forget about State forests too!
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