I usually stay at state parks when I research. I like to support them because they own huge tracts of land that in turn, supports habitat for Sasquatch. I also have to stretch my finances whenever possible and the park systems have shelter options from tenting on up to small cabins. Most, if not all parks, have coin-op showers and some have cabins with electricity, a must with the array of electronics needed for surveillance, audio, and video  equipment. But if I'm tenting, I can often find a local library to charge my equipment. Conveniently, most parks are usually close to where I am researching and I feel I am supporting habitats which, in turn, benefit Sasquatch. I have provided links to my favorite sites and some other researcher/authors links whom I admire. Please visit them. I apologize for the Maine state park link. They do not allow links to their park website. Please Google it.