Vernita Bridge Water Access Site

Vernita Bridge, Mattawa, WA Dispersed camping close to Tri-Cities, WA can be found on the north side of Vernita Bridge, about 20 miles west of Richland. The bridge crosses the Columbia River just outside of Hanford Reach National Monument. As such, this unique campground and boat launch offers close proximity to the famed nuclear power visitor center, ... Read more

Free Camping at Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

Free camping at Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge is available at two campgrounds found within the refuge. These campgrounds are the only camping options for visitors to Browns Park. Otherwise, there is no boondocking, dispersed...

Camping at Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge

Camping at Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge is available at two (2) primitive campgrounds. Both campgrounds are located within the Sherburne Wildlife Management Area, which is a state-managed area. Camping is NOT free. Camping permits and access permits are required.

Free Camping at Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge

Camping at Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge is allowed, but is limited to smaller RVs, vans, cars, and tent campers. Recreational camping is generally not permitted, instead, camping is restricted for wildlife-related activities...

Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge Camping Rules

Read the full set of camping rules for Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, as sourced from the refuge literature, and the laws and regulations of US Fish & Wildlife Service. Includes boondocking and occupancy limits.

Free Camping at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge

Free camping at Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge is available all year long, without reservations. The US Fish & Wildlife Service provides eighty-three (83) primitive campsites throughout the refuge. Each campsite is limited...

Kofa National Wildlife Refuge Camping Guide

The Kofa National Wildlife Refuge is one of the few units managed by the US Fish & Wildlife Service that allows "true" dispersed camping throughout much of its land. The rules published below were gathered from information...

Camping at National Wildlife Refuges

The National Wildlife Refuge system includes some 560 designated refuge units across the United States. Many of these are off limits to the public, but many others are open to recreation to some lesser or greater extent. Camping at National Wildlife Refuges is limited to just a handful of refuges, but many are free and not very crowded.