Camping is always a great option for getting to the Camporee. The main advantages are that it is usually low cost, there are hundreds of campsites across the United States, and there’s a chance to camp near some great national parks.
KOA Campgrounds – The most extensive network of quality franchises. You can count on clean hot showers, grassy tent camping sites, and even cabins at some locations. Prices vary.There are hundreds of options across North America, and many are only minutes from the Interstate, often near local/national points of interest.
U.S. National Park Service – The National Park Service website offers a large amount of information about their hundreds of national parks, reserves and historic sites. Many of these sites have inexpensive camping accommodations.
LOCAL RV CAMPGROUNDS
You can also camp off-site at a local RV park which has RV services. You would be responsible for making these reservations and paying for all RV campground fees. Here are a few local RV campgrounds. The International Camporee does not endorse any particular campground.
High Plains Campground
Sagebluff RV Park
Green Tree’s Crazy Woman Campground
Other RV Rental Options