Touring Cyclists Always Welcome Camping

Last week we heard about a fantastic development via the Virginia Bicycling Federation about the Virginia State Park System. They announced a new policy that ensures long distance touring cyclists will always have a spot to pitch a tent in their parks, even when designated spots are filled. Yay Virginia!

While Washington, Oregon, and California have a number of hiker/biker-specific campgrounds and generally friendly approaches to traveling cyclists, Virginia is only the third state I know of to have an official policy. 

Wouldn't it be great to have a resource that listed all state park systems with official policies to welcome touring cyclists, even if the campground is full?