Special Report

Best States for Camping

40. Nebraska
> Number of campsites: 61
> Average per diem campsite cost: $51.00
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 93.05
> Supplies ranking: 14th worst
> Safety ranking: 4th best

39. West Virginia
> Number of campsites: 277
> Average per diem campsite cost: $95.17
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 95.48
> Supplies ranking: 10th worst
> Safety ranking: 25th worst

38. New Hampshire
> Number of campsites: 233
> Average per diem campsite cost: $71.22
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 96.65
> Supplies ranking: 17th worst
> Safety ranking: 9th worst

37. Maine
> Number of campsites: 367
> Average per diem campsite cost: $62.79
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 93.63
> Supplies ranking: 6th worst
> Safety ranking: 23rd best

36. Wyoming
> Number of campsites: 363
> Average per diem campsite cost: $76.66
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 94.98
> Supplies ranking: 3rd worst
> Safety ranking: 24th best

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