Free camping spots typically sit on public lands paid for by American tax dollars. Camping on these lands is often referred to as boondocking. There aren’t any amenities like power, water, or waste disposal. If you choose to set up camp at one of these spots, you’ll need to be self-sufficient and follow all the rules and regulations for the site.
#1 Parker Flat Campground #2 Bloody Shins Trailhead #3 Water Canyon Recreation Area #4 Dugway Campground #5 Coyote Cove Campground #6 Bonneville Salt Flats #7 Government Gully Road Dispersed Camping
Camping for free is a great way to save money. This type of camping is gaining in popularity, especially considering the price of gas these days. If you’re planning a road trip that involves Interstate 80, these campsites are worth considering.