Public Campgrounds along US-1, which runs from Key West, Florida, all the way to Maine at the Canadian border. In many points along its route, it parallels I-95, sometimes relieving the traffic along that corridor! Unless otherwise noted, all camping is within 20 miles of the highway, one-way. Some campgrounds may not be listed; inquire locally.
Bahia Honda State Park, the Keys
Long Key State Park, Layton
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Key Largo
Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Hobe Sound
Sebastian Inlet State Park, Melbourne Beach
Canaveral National Seashore, Titusville
Note: This is walk-in or boat-in tent camping only. No RV's, trailers, or other motors.
Tomoka State Park, Osmond Beach
Faver-Dykes State Park, St Augustine
Anastasia State Park, St Augustine
Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville
Laura S. Walker State Park, Waycross
Gordonia Alatamaha State Park, Reidsville
Note: In 2019, construction is limiting the number of campsites open. Please reserve ahead.
George L. Smith State Park, Twin City
Aiken State Natural Area, Windsor
Sesquicentennial State Park, Columbia
Lee State Natural Area, Bishopville
Cheraw State Park, Cheraw
Jordan Lake State Recreation Area, Apex
William B Umstead State Park, Cary
Note: There are two entrances to this large park: Cary, and Raleigh.
Kerr Lake State Recreation Area, Henderson
Pocahontas State Park, Chesterfield
Prince William Forest Park, Triangle
Susquehanna State Park, Havre de Grace
Cheesequake State Park, Matawan
Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison
Rocky Neck State Park, East Lyme/Niantic
Fishermen's Memorial State Park, Narragansett
Salisbury Beach State Reservation, Salisbury
Hampton Beach State Park, Hampton
Bradbury Mountain State Park, Pownal
Camden Hills State Park, Camden
Acadia National Park Campgrounds, Bar Harbor
Lemoine State Park, Lemoine
Cobscook Bay State Park, Dennysville/Edmunds Township
Aroostook State Park, Presque Isle
And you have reached Canada!
Up next will be the Great River Road, but we will take you from where the Great River, the mighty Mississippi, begins, up at Itasca State Park, in Minnesota, and move south. The GRR is not one road; it is a series of many roads linked together to follow the Mississippi River.