When? Who? Comment Place Location

Nice, it is really in the back!!
Be careful and watch the indications !!

Casino New Brunswick - Moncton 46.12885, -64.87733

now in the winter it was quiet, very nice landscape .

Riverside -32.22072, -64.56300

Great wildcamp on the Kwando River. You can hear and see the B8. Very peaceful lots of birds.
2 Guys came to check if we are OK but said it was fine to sleep here. Just drive down the track and camp close to the water. No facilities.

Bum Hill Camp -17.78080, 23.34092

Large FREE unregulated parking lot for Metro Store. Can fit any size rig. 15 minutes walk to Fairmont hotel and old Town. Under freeway. Might be able to spend the night but graffiti all over indicates this might not be wise but daytime parking should be fine as shoppers around all the time.

Metro parking 46.81585, -71.21656

New name, same place. Now Cosmo Camping. Nice place, families and dogs welcome. Internet not so reliable and week cellphone signal also.

Cosmo Camping 44.35447, -76.05049

Large parking lot behind Mike’s Tiki Bar / near Kingdom Trails. Great for vans (there were 4 of us last night!) but probably not good for RVs/trailers. Cell reception, quiet, would totally stay again!

Parking lot 44.58636, -71.94554

It’s just a little parking lot of the road that runs along the water. A little bit of traffic noise but lots of spots and there were at least 6 or 7 of us parked and ready to camp here tonight. Overall great spot in the city to park and sleep which was exactly what I was looking for!

Quebec Cycle-way 46.78891, -71.23391

Good place for sleeping over only. We quit around 8:30 am to let people going to Sunday mass parking.

Stationnement devant cimetière 46.35092, -62.97089
Bruce in Mexico

Standard rest area. None too glamorous or peaceful, but fine for a night.

Tejon Pass Rest area 34.82541, -118.87036
FrenchCreek Kate

Awesome wild camping spot. The Bighorn River is beautiful. Birdlife amazing - eagles, osprey, white pelicans, sandhill cranes, blue herons, lots of ducks and small birds. Mayflies by the thousands. No biting insects. No other campers on a holiday weekend. Vault toilet was very clean. Highly recommend this site. Camping allowed for up to 7 nights.

Mallards Landing Fishing Access 45.52196, -107.72546

Iowa state park equestrian campground. $13 and good in a pinch and especially if the normal campground is full.

Waubonsie State Equestrian Campground 40.68406, -95.67974

Good location that is close to the city. It is fairly quiet at night with lots of parking. There were about 10 other RVs with us.

Walmart 46.78329, -71.34873

Es un lugar al lado del caño de agua cristalina que pasa sobre una laja de piedra, se puede bañar, para pernoctar o pasar la noche hay que tener cuidado en invierno o con lluvia pueden haber crecientes, lugar tranquilo, camino a las cascadas telares de cristal.

Caño Cristalina 3.32808, -74.01990

Nice spot at the river, some noise from the road, but invisible. Good for campfire.

Bush camp near Molid 47.56331, 25.73049

Stayed here on the Saturday night of Labor Day weekend. One other vehicle was also here. Very quiet spot during the night. Well lighted. Large motorhomes can easily fit here.

Two public bathrooms nearby: one is in the building at the SW corner of North St. and Healdsburg Ave.; the other, which appears to be open all night, is in the building located next to the walkway which goes from Healdsburg Plaza to Parking Lot A.

About four bars of Verizon signal but it was only about 5Mbps down and slower than that up. However, I would stay here again if passing through.

Healdsburg quiet spot 38.61232, -122.87495

still 15$. a guy comes and collects the money.
the road is doable but so rough.

Marquart Lake 50.07984, -120.64075

Nice quiet parking area at park, stayed one night in van no issues. Full cell service ATT

Shackford Head State Park 44.90541, -67.01241

Exactly as described. Checked into the office. They were super friendly. It was $33 for the night and had access to all amenities. WiFi was decent. Cell service was hit and miss with AT&T. A lot of light so bring your shades if you want to sleep in the dark.

Cannon Beach RV resort 45.88905, -123.95527

This was such an amazing camp spot! We even saw a freakin rainbow.

Hurkett Cove 48.84031, -88.48881

Locked gate at the turnoff from 110 probably due to logging activity - the area behind the gate has recently been clear cut.

The "Discover Pass required" sign is still there, so likely not permanent closure.

Shooting pit on DNR land 47.91689, -124.51746

Locked gate at the turnoff from 110 probably due to logging activity - the area behind the gate has recently been clear cut.

The "Discover Pass required" sign is still there, so likely not permanent closure

Shooting pit alternative 47.91567, -124.52217

Melhor posto que já ficamos! No espaço caminhoneiro tem tomadas liberadas, água e lavanderia. banheiro muito limpo! melhor que muitos campings por aí

Posto Federal Caaporã -7.49170, -34.98168

Arrived at 10pm. At 10:30 got a knock for a "Code Enforcement Officer" who said I couldn't stay there. He did not have a uniform. Just a high-viz jacket.

Charlottetown 46.25015, -63.12056

Palenque is a small town with an interesting history. Take a tourguide to get to know more about it. They will aproach you when you step on the main square of the village. Be aware, you have to negotiate about almost everything in this village and the tourguides can be a bit pushy.
Also the villagers love loud music all day and evening long, it is literally everywhere, so bring earplugs if you want to sleep.

A tourguide brought us to a hotel with small, semi-airconditioned rooms for a negotiated price of 50.000. High entry restriction, so only cars can go inside the hotel gate. It is a white building with a green gate just before the main square.

Hospedaje 10.10456, -75.19983

Once again we picked this location but stayed in a different spot. Very quiet, not a lot of bugs out this time. A little busier this time too. The rock hills were fun to play on. We found a site big enough for three vehicles and three tents. The closer you can find camping to Gunnison the better your service is. 5G and two bars of signal at this site. Just be prepared for some wind because you are out in the open. Still one of our favorite camp spots because of service and convenience to Gunnison for gas and groceries. Very quiet spot once the sun started to set.

Hartmann Rocks 38.50653, -106.96052

Stone fire ring already at this site. It’s off of Imogene Pass/Camp Bird. Nice quiet spot, big enough for four rigs and four tents. Not a lot of wind. No cell service, but a nice place to stop and continue Imogene Pass the next day. Lots of trees, no bugs, pretty chilly, but you get to see some deer. Overall, a very nice spot.

Imogene Pass Camp 37.94820, -107.72500

As others, great park/camp and entry fee is min $10 plus $10 Camp - a steal! Not that busy, I’m arriving late afternoon of Sat on Labor Day weekend and still spots. Wildlife great plus birding along causeway looks awesome. Great place to bike and hike w stunning views even through smoke haze (moderate AQ).

Bridger Bay Campground, Antelope Island State Park 41.04081, -112.25740
Landcruising Adventure

Just of the main gravel road. A small forested area with a clean river running through. Ample space to park. You can cross (4x4) the river and have an even nicer spot.

Shaded river camp 41.57287, 70.69927

We filled our van takes 45 liters was 30 pesos. They have a hose with no attachment on end so be sure you are prepared.

Planta Purificado 27.96745, -114.04861

200 peso for off beach. Clean bathrooms and showers. Wifi at the restaurant is decent. We were able to upload a YouTube video no problems, and the food was good. We parked close to the restaurant so we could use the Wifi but they turn it off at night. Just park and they will come around the next morning to gather fees. I asked the man who came around oboist their Wifi and he told me it was only at the restaurant. The water front sites are a higher fee. Would stay here again.

RV Park San Lucas Cove 27.21915, -112.21340

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