“RVers Best Public Campgrounds,” a new book published in 2010, covers RV camping in public campgrounds, state and county campgrounds, Corp of Engineers, national forest, national park, national monument and Bureau of Land Management parks, all within 30 minutes of an interstate highway and with fees typically $19 or less, according to a news release.
The individual campgrounds selected for this 300-page book will accommodate most RVs of all classes and sizes. The book includes a list of specific campground features such as phone numbers, websites and GPS coordinates. Detailed, turn-by-turn directions from the interstate are also included.
Not all campgrounds are full service or full hook-up, “but the mix of amenities, modest fees, and beautiful location make for a wonderful RVing experience,” the release stated. Essentially all of the campgrounds have a source of potable water and restrooms, and most have showers and dump stations or sewers. Many have electricity and with very few exceptions, all are pet friendly. The book also includes a feature titled “Points of Interest” — suggestions of things to see or do to enhance the RV trip.
The book is available at www.rvbookstore.com.