FAQ's

What do the $ signs stand for?

$ $1-$19
$$ $20-$29
$$$ $30-$39
$$$$ $40-$49
$$$$$ $50+

What do the different color pinpoints mean?
RV Parks are marked with blue pinpoints. Green pins indicate public land, like National Parks, National Forests, BLM, State Parks and County Parks. Purple pins represent parking lots and yellow pins designate dump stations.

What if there is something wrong with a listing?
If you notice an error in a listing please contact info@campendium.com.

How do I submit a campground?
You can submit a campground by filling out this form.

How do I change my password?
You can change your password by going to your account page and selecting edit password.

How can I get my photo featured on the homepage?
We're looking for beautiful campground photos to feature on the homepage. The minimum width must be 1000 pixels and the photo can not contain watermarks. You can submit your photo by uploading it to the corresponding campground.

permit required Do you know, you have something marked as FREE, but a permit is required?
Yes, some free spots require permits that have a fee associated with them. They are categorized as "free" because there isn't a nightly rate for camping.

What is your contact information for Advertising Information?
If you are interested in advertising on Campendium, please email advertise@campendium.com.

What if I have another question that isn’t answered here?
We’re happy to help, please email info@campendium.com.