From the bloggers at SF Gate.
Didn’t bother making reservations? Want to avoid crowds? If you’re willing to get a little more outdoorsy than an RV at a hookup, the Bureau of Land Management has a lot of options for you.
The BLM manages millions of acres of U.S. land — one-eighth of the country’s landmass — and plenty of it is available for free camping. As long as you follow the rules of good campers, there’s a whole world of free natural beauty awaiting you.
Most of the BLM’s land is in Nevada and Utah, but there are also quite a few places in California that offer free public lands. Some sites even have campgrounds with vault toilets, if you’re less willing to go completely off the grid.
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