Special Report

Best States for Camping

25. Tennessee
> Number of campsites: 658
> Average per diem campsite cost: $53.20
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 95.11
> Supplies ranking: 14th best
> Safety ranking: 12th worst

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24. Kansas
> Number of campsites: 269
> Average per diem campsite cost: $44.47
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 96.78
> Supplies ranking: 18th worst
> Safety ranking: 10th best

23. Oklahoma
> Number of campsites: 306
> Average per diem campsite cost: $51.01
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 96.87
> Supplies ranking: 21st worst
> Safety ranking: 19th best

22. Montana
> Number of campsites: 771
> Average per diem campsite cost: $72.15
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 94.25
> Supplies ranking: 11th worst
> Safety ranking: 15th best

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21. Missouri
> Number of campsites: 365
> Average per diem campsite cost: $43.32
> Median consumer rating for campsites (out of 100): 94.08
> Supplies ranking: 20th best
> Safety ranking: 11th best

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