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Find the Perfect Campsite

What’s the easiest way to find the right campground for your upcoming fishing trip?

TakeMeFishing.org now offers the ability to quickly search through hundreds of boating and fishing-friendly campsites throughout the country, and best of all—you can book them online.

Looking for a large campground in South Carolina with plenty of fishing, hiking and other activities? Or are you in search of a quieter location in Texas with fewer amenities and plenty of solitude? No problem— you can find the perfect getaway.

Developed in partnership with ReserveAmerica, the largest provider of campsite reservations in North America, this new campground search and reservations interface places all the tools at your fingertips. You can find detailed views of campgrounds, as well as campground descriptions including information on services and amenities, seasonality, park photos, fees and more.

All you have to do is:

Click on a state from the interactive map
Browse through the state map for available campgrounds
Double-click on the state map to zoom in for a more detailed look at what’s available. When you find a site you’re interested in, simply click on it and select “Make a reservation at ReserveAmerica” for that campsite.
Whether you’re in search of a large campground with plenty of amenities and access for your RV, or you are more interested in roughing it with just enough space for your tent, you can find just the right site for you.

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Stephanie Vatalaro

Stephanie Vatalaro

Stephanie Vatalaro is vice president of communications for the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and its Take Me Fishing and Vamos A Pescar campaigns where she works to recruit newcomers to recreational fishing and boating and increase awareness of aquatic conservation. Stephanie grew up in the Florida Keys as the daughter of a flats fishing guide. Outside of work, you can find her fishing and boating with her family on the Potomac River in the Northern Neck of Virginia.