CampScout is here to help you find your ideal place to camp.
First, select the country and then the state or province where you want to go camping. You will see a list of towns and cities. Select the town or city nearest to where you want to find your campground. You will next see a list of campgrounds beginning with the nearest one known to CampScout. A Google map is also provided with markers to show the locations of the campgrounds. If you roll your mouse pointer over the markers on the map the campground names will be highlighted to help you make your selection. Breadcrumb navigation is provided at the top of each page to help speed you through this browsing process.
If you are unfamiliar with the geography in the region where you plan to camp, you can select a town at random and then zoom and pan with the Google map until you find a town or city near your destination.
The campground page will show you details, descriptions and often photographs of campsites, facilities, views and nearby features. CampScout will help you know what to expect when you arrive at your campsite.
CampScout provides some additional information about the regions.
Listings and pictures of wild plants (wildflowers, trees, shrubs, weeds, grasses, etc.) are organized by plant family within the different states and provinces. Click on the Plants link (on the state or province page) in the bar menu to access these listings.
Pictures of roadside attractions are listed by town or city. When we say roadside attractions we mean large statues, models and displays of almost anything set up along the roadside; you will know them when you see them. Click on the Roadside Attractions link in the bar menu (on the state or province page) to access these listings.