This website has free camping options too. They show not only places off the grid but Cabela’s, Cracker Barrels and other overnight locations. You can also find dump locations too. Make sure you read the review of a site before planning to camp.
3. BLM and National Forests Website/Office
You can check either the BLM or National Forest website where you are planning to visit or you can visit the local rangers office. We often stop by the local office and ask the rangers about road conditions and the best places to boondock (free camping). They often have maps too.
Boondocking is an great way to camp for free. However you need to pack out all your trash. Most of these places do not have restrooms so plan on bringing a portable toilet system or click here to see how to poop in the woods.
4. AllStays APP
These APPS can find you all kinds of places to park overnight for free. They list Walmarts, Sams Club, Costco, stores like (Camping World, REI, Cabelas, Gander Mtn, Dicks, Bass Pro Shops), casinos, Elk Lodges and more. They also have a list of Truck Stops with amenities, rest areas, welcome centers and turn outs. If you are looking for an off the beaten path spot its show you primitive hike-in/boat-in/rough road spots that other apps exclude. In addition this app show you dump station locations too. ALLSTAYS PRO is the APP we use.