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Most places have weekly and monthly rates that offer significant savings over daily (unless you are near Seattle, where from May - Sept only daily rates). Generally, weekly rates will equally 6 nights (or just 5 nights if a good park) and monthly will be somewhere around 2 1/2 the weekly rate.

 

Barb

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Hi Barb. Yes, weekly and monthly rates are great. Using the chart to compare them to helps decide if you might want to stay put for a little while and reap some savings.

 

I'm changing that website soon so the link soon won't work. Changing hosts so I'll lose the name for a month or so.

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On 7/5/2016 at 2:29 PM, OverSoul7 said:

http://www.roadtripsandcampfires.com/chart-daily-camp-fee-costs/

 

I posted this link under General but since this is the BUDGET topic I think it should go here.

 

I made charts for campground fees by day, week and month to help us all figure our budgets. I started at $5 a day and went to $81 a day.

 

Christine

WOW, $5 a night....... Is this with fhu?  

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7 hours ago, rynosback said:

WOW, $5 a night....... Is this with fhu?  

I don't know where they stayed for $5/night, but we have paid a little as $2.50/night and many free nights as well. No FHU, but our RV is self contained so have no reason to need hookups.  The really low cost places are National Forests and BLM campgrounds.

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49 minutes ago, Al F said:

The really low cost places are National Forests and BLM campgrounds.

If you are an Escapee, the "Stoppin Spots" make for some very good and inexpensive places to stay, along with Walmart, Lowe's, Home Depot, and a lot of other free locations. At $5/night it sounds like dry camping at one of the Escapee co-op parks or Rainbow parks. If you get off of the interstate highways and use the US routes, there are many small towns that allow free or very low-cost camping in the city park. 

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Freecampsites.net   Sandi hates the interstates so we do a lot of US routes many one night free or donation and some $10-15 some not more than 30 amp and water in a parking lot.  Some very nice city parks 50amp and dump stations.   Some listed are boondocking sites.

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