This is a list of notable tent cities in the United States. A tent city is an encampment or housing facility made using tents or other temporary structures.
Side Street in Dignity Village, Portland, Oregon
The former Right 2 Dream Too camp in Portland, Oregon
- Camp Hope, Las Cruces, New Mexico 
- Camp Quixote, Olympia, Washington
- Camp Take Notice, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Dignity Village, Portland, Oregon
- Opportunity Village, Eugene, Oregon
- Joe Rodota Trail, Santa Rosa, California
- Maricopa County Sheriff's Tent City, Phoenix, Arizona
- New Jack City and Little Tijuana, Fresno, California
- Nickelsville, located in Seattle
- Right 2 Dream Too, Portland, Oregon
- River Haven, Ventura County, California
- Safe Ground, Sacramento, California
- The Jungle, San Jose, California
- Temporary Homeless Service Area (THSA), Ontario, California
- Tent City (100+ residents) of Lakewood, New Jersey
- Tent City, Avenue A and 13th Street, Lubbock, Texas
- Tent City, Bernalillo County, New Mexico
- Tent City, banks of the American River, Sacramento, California
- Tent City, Chicago, Illinois
- Tent City 4, eastern King County outside of Seattle
- The Point, where the Gunnison River and Colorado River meet
- The Village of Hope and Community of Hope, Fresno, California
- Transition Park, Camden, New Jersey
- Tent City, Fayette County, Tennessee,
- The Village, Oakland CA The Village, Oakland CA https://www.facebook.com/TheVillageInOakland/ (the Promise land 2016, Two Three Hunid Tent City Village 2017-2018, Housing & Dignity Village 2018. all three bulldozed by the city of Oakland under mayor libby schaaf )
- Camp Unity Eastside, Woodinville, Washington 
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- ^ Emmons, Mark (2015-07-09). "San Jose's 'Jungle': Former homeless encampment returns to nature". The Mercury News. Retrieved 2016-10-27.
- ^ Crudele, John (2012-02-06). "Through the cracks: NJ encampment of jobless the govt. ignores". NYPOST.com. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
- ^ "Fatal Fire at NJ Homeless Encampment". Fire Engineering. 2012-01-30. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
- ^ "Local homeless advocates say solutions need more specificity | Lubbock Online | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal". Lubbock Online. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
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- ^ "Tent City returns - Beats - Local Stories - December 8, 2011 - Sacramento News & Review". Newsreview.com. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
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- ^ Wiggins, Mike (2012-02-11). "Railroad project will evict squatters from The Point". GJSentinel.com. Retrieved 2016-09-14.