Special Report

Best States for Camping

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50. Nevada
> Number of campsites: 95
> Average per diem campsite cost: $52.13
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 89.24
> Supplies ranking: 23rd worst
> Safety ranking: 8th worst

49. Alabama
> Number of campsites: 167
> Average per diem campsite cost: $57.40
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 89.77
> Supplies ranking: 24th worst
> Safety ranking: 15th worst

48. Mississippi
> Number of campsites: 127
> Average per diem campsite cost: $47.67
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 93.98
> Supplies ranking: 13th worst
> Safety ranking: 6th worst

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47. Delaware
> Number of campsites: 26
> Average per diem campsite cost: $57.10
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 93.72
> Supplies ranking: 15th worst
> Safety ranking: 10th worst

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46. Rhode Island
> Number of campsites: 11
> Average per diem campsite cost: $114.17
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 98.2
> Supplies ranking: 7th worst
> Safety ranking: 21st worst

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