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State forests have different regulations than Federal land. A campground I am familiar with that meets your requirement to not be disturbed is Stillwater Reservoir in the New York Adirondacks. All camp sites are hike-in (a half mile or more) or paddle in. Regarding duration of stays that are allowed, here's what it says on the Dept of Environmental ...


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Sticking to public (federal) land in the US, I don't think it is allowed. Usually, the land with the least restrictions is Bureau of Land Management. General guidance is found at BLM.gov (note that specific BLM areas may have more stringent restrictions). On that page it states: Dispersed camping is allowed on public land for a period not to exceed 14 days ...


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I suspect you'll need to compromise a bit on one or more of your ideal campsite features, so it might be worth thinking about which things are flexible and which are essential. You can probably find an established multi-site campground (the kind with a bathroom and multiple tent sites) that will let you stay for an extended period of time. There are RV ...


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