Woodall's Guides to North American Campgrounds

Find Out the Best Places in the US, Canada and Mexico for Your Outdoor Adventure

Illuminated tent in field at night
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To have a rocking camping experience, whether it's your maiden voyage or the latest in a long string of trips, getting the straight 411 on campgrounds is important. It's no different than doing research to find the best hotel lodging based on your interests on a trip to New York City or any other urban destination.

Woodall's is the definitive source for comprehensive and reliable campground information. Woodall's guides cover both RV and tent camping, so whether you think camping should include a few civilized perks or you are a purist who wants a true back-to-nature, primitive experience, Woodall's can help you find what you're looking for.

If you need a campground directory that focuses on a particular area, check out the regional guides. They will likely include more detail about specific areas than more general directories that cover North America.

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    ••• A family enjoys the great outdoors. OJO Images / Getty Images

    This annual directory lists more than 15,000 campground descriptions for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. This guide tells you all you need to know about RV service centers, local attractions, handicap access and pet-friendly campgrounds.

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    ••• A road winds through mountain pass in Banff National Park in Alberta. Ryan McVay | Getty Images

    This edition covers campgrounds in all of the Canadian provinces. Check out campgrounds in the mountains of Alberta or campgrounds with an ocean view in British Columbia, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland. As a bonus, it's a cool escape in the summertime.

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    ••• Camping out with just a tent between you and the sky and stars in Missouri. Photo: Missouri Division of Tourism

    This edition covers campgrounds in all states east of the Mississippi River, plus Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, and Missouri -- 31 Eastern states in all plus eastern Canada.

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    ••• Glacier Peak from the meadows of Liberty Cap, in Glacier Peak Wilderness, Washington. © Alan Majchrowicz / Getty Images

    If you love Rocky Mountain camping, this guide's for you. It covers campgrounds in Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Mexico, as well as the Canadian province British Columbia and the Yukon and Northwest territories

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    ••• Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana. © Monica Prelle

    Going on a camping road trip through the high plains and Rockies? This edition covers campgrounds in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, Mexico, and three provinces in Canada: Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.

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    Deerfield River, Michigan
    ••• Deerfield River, Michigan. photo courtesy Janice Kibbe

    Whether you're heading for one of the 10,000 lakes of Minnesota, the Wisconsin Dells, Upper Michigan, the edge of the Great Lakes or just some pleasing Midwestern scenery, this guide will give you all the details. It covers campgrounds in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

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    Christopher Run Campground is located on Lake Anna in Virigina.
    ••• Lak Anna is a destinatinon for fishing and boating in Virginia. Karly Pope / Moment Open for Getty Images

    If you want to mix in a little American history and a little beach time with your camping trip, the Mid-Atlantic region is a great destination. This edition covers campgrounds in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

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    ••• Picnicking at Connery Pond, near Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountain, Adirondack Mountains, New York. Photo: Adirondack Regional Tourism Council/Camp CONY

    If you're in a Northeast state of mind, this guide covers campgrounds throughout New England, plus New York and the easternmost Canadian provinces. Check out the details for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Canadian provinces of Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Quebec.

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    ••• Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina. © Austin Anomic @austinanomic | CreativeCommons

    Ready for some great beach time and a campground surrounded by live oaks and Spanish moss? You'll see them in abundance in the states covered in this edition -- Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

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    If you're into the ​pure delight of just you and your camping partners under the sky with only a tent for shelter, this edition will help you find just the right location. It lists more than 4,000 tenting campgrounds in North America.​