If you’re evacuating Hurricane Dorian by RV, the National Forest Service is offering reprieve by means of free camping.
We received this information from Smoky Mountain News. Campgrounds in the southern region of the National Forest Service is the only region providing this free camping service.
Here are the steps to take if this applies to you:
- Call the the National Forest, check availability & confirm your reservation (list of campgrounds at end of article)
- Let the camp host know once you arrive.
- Be safe & keep an eye on the Hurricane
If you’d rather stay at an RV park with hook ups (and pay for camping), we have a few lists to help you locate the best campground.
These Pigeon Forge Campgrounds won’t be free, but they have high class amenties and full hook ups.
Also, here’s a guide of Smoky Mountain Campgrounds across the entire region. Keep in mind, as the hurricane moves, these sites may become in the path.
Here’s the list of National Forests in the southern region:
- National Forests in Alabama
- Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests
- Cherokee National Forest
- Daniel Boone National Forest
- National Forests in Florida
- Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests
- Kisatchie National Forest
- Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area
- National Forests in Mississippi
- National Forests in North Carolina
- Ouachita National Forest
- Ozark-St. Francis National Forests
- National Forests and Grasslands in Texas
- George Washington and Jefferson National Forests
The Best FREE Camping in the USA
We love camping across this amazing country. And, we really love it when its free. Here’s our list of the 20 Best Free Campsites in the USA.
If you haven’t tried free camping before, also known as boondocking, take a look at our beginners guide to boondocking filled with everything you need to know to get started.
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