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This has been a crazy year for RVers. With so many newbies turning to RVing and Camping, campgrounds have become overcrowded and overpriced.
Frankly, given the current state of things, if your style of camping and RVing is more than one or two weekends a month during the summer – staying in traditional campgrounds can be a huge expense that, in all honesty, isn't necessary.
Traditional campgrounds can be crowded, noisy, smokey, and above all expensive. Most of the time, there are much cheaper and more scenic locations that you can camp as long as you plan ahead and know what you're looking for. If you can spend a night or two without the traditional comforts of hookups then a whole other world of RVing will open up to you.
There are TONS of places across the United States where you can find free RV sites and cheap camping but it's easy to get stuck going to traditional campgrounds because it can be difficult and time-consuming to find these locations when you're researching and planning out an RV trip!