Awesome small campground $6/night first come first come basis along a small river. Campsite 10 is near the end. Boulder hop upstream 200 yards and come to a sweet little spot to take a skinny dip. Pit toilets. Well-maintained. Quiet. Stayed two nights.
|Lake Fork Campground||45.00893, -116.91541|
Awesome free water pump at the ready! Works as promised.
Beautiful mountains and pine trees. Lots of fire pits. Great cell reception.
|Mount Bigelow||32.41616, -110.73171|
The view is not so amazing now as bushes growed up, but if somebody has truck camping car like Unimog, you will still have verh nice view ;)
|Flat area with beautiful view||68.54217, 22.01027|
Très bonne Kalapurka, la soupe à la pierre chaude. Mais aussi tout une gamme de sandwich avec des frites très copieux pour 25 bols (charcle, poulet milanese, porc...) . Plusieurs cocktails dont plusieurs à base de liqueurs naturelles.
|El empedarillo||-19.59085, -65.75303|
Indeed very good caldo de gallina and some other good dishes. Probably the best place in this small town.
|Mesa Rumi restaurant||-8.81886, -77.46167|
|Highland Coin Laundry||38.80710, -90.69474|
Lovely spot on the Namekagan River.
|Phipps Landing||46.07145, -91.41636|
LP Tank refills including RVs- charge by tank size, not actual gallons filled. Well stocked hardware store inside. friendly folks.
|Fleet Supply. True Hardware||44.76965, -94.12078|
I think they are closing this place. I was here last week, when visiting Canmore, and all was fine with tents and vans, but now there are concrete blocks covering all the camp pull offs but one. My guess is the one is open because there is a camper there and some cars atm.
|Hwy 1A||51.08063, -115.11647|
Filled up our freshwater tank for our Sprinter. Use the Fossett next to the dump station. Seemed fine! Easy
Serviced and I serviced spots
Nice lake and 7km walking trail
|Woolfrey's Pond Trail and Campground||49.23657, -55.07106|
As it’s Labor Day weekend, we figured this would be a safer bet. We were not disappointed!! Only a few other campers and Baja Area day-users. Plenty of cow patties but only saw a few cattle far off in the distance. Overall, 5⭐️. The views are colorful!
|Baja Area, Buffalo Gap National Grassland||43.71986, -102.10324|
Well-maintained campsites with no hookups, uphill from the shoreline. Tent-camped here one night. Arrived after dark, but there were still a few spots available and we were able to locate them just fine. A couple of car campers, a few rv’s, and a van. The site was relatively flat, with maybe just a slight slope. Pit toilets nearby, though might bring extra tp just in case. Very pretty views and good birding. Good cell service. Would definitely return here to camp
|Horse Prairie Campground||44.98778, -112.88837|
“No Overnight Parking” sign only applies to the handicap spaces directly in front of the facility. Pretty basic rest area. Small pet walk area behind the truck parking. I’ve stayed here multiple times without issue. It does get full during high season.
|Rest Stop Trinidad||37.22534, -104.49445|
Very nice camping ground. As described all perfect. Payed 280 Rpppn
|Oranjerus Resort||-28.63702, 21.11701|
OK for a night, when there wasn't much wind. Tons of vehicles going in and out well after dark. Portable toilets in a couple of spots. Just ok overall, but the convenience of the location is hard to beat.
|Utahraptor State Park||38.69799, -109.69219|
station service avec propane, entre la station et le stationnement a l'arrière
Stayed here in 40ft skoolie. There seemed to be a couple other vehicles that stay there longer term. Had several cops drive by to go into the hospital and they didn’t seem to notice us there.
|Quiet street next to hospital||40.01664, -105.23483|
If you are into flowers, bees and such things this is a neat place to check out and take photos. Q10 to get in...
|Girasol garden||14.54702, -90.73063|
|We are Sane, Everyone Else is Crazy||
Nice place, sites not to close. Big rigs need to enter off of Leslie Rd. You have to reserve a spot online, even if you are a walk up. www.reserveohio.com. They are on a well, so you can't fill your big tanks with water, but there is a place to fill smaller jugs. Solar shower available.
|Beaver Creek State Park||40.73060, -80.62254|
Very nice campground with services. 30 amp, water, sewer, showers and toilets.
|Kilton Hill Campground||50.30800, -107.88719|
Follow-up post now that it is morning and I can snap a decent photo. Beautiful spot and probably varies based on the crowd. If you stay here, plan for a few cars to pull in and checkout the spot as it's hidden a little off the road. Plenty of room so others likely setup around in the area. If private boondocking is your thing, this may not be the spot for you. A few late arrival campers but generally quiet and heard nothing through the night. Good TMobile LTE Signal.
|Forrest road 29, dry camping||48.04913, -124.11108|
es un lugar ubicado en una curva , con forma de bajar al río para refrescar , y una planicie dónde se puede acampar, fácil de acceder en bicicleta y moto. la lado de la vía pero no es casi visible.
|wild canyon||-8.67017, -78.00551|
|No Fear Reizen||
This campsite has als hotelrooms. There are several activities like massages, yoga and excursions on the nearby lake. Some pitches have a magnificent view. Restaurant not open daily. We paid 31 euros for two person’s.
|Ecoparco Neule||40.32108, 9.55267|
Hot pools (naturally ~40 degrees celcius getting water from ~600 meters under the surface) wait for you here. Large parking area that allows overnight stays for big rigs for 20 reais per night (for the vehicle) after paying 8 reais per person to access the site (you have to pay for hot pools separately). Night is peaceful. There is an informal water and electricity provided by the owners of the place. Besides the pools, you have small hiking paths including a suspended bridge crossing the river.
|Caldas de Prata||-28.77557, -51.51497|
Did not stay at the site but checked it out for future stays. There is a fire ring present and a picnic table. The site is very spacious and could accommodate multiple tents and vehicles. Looks like it could get muddy after a rain and with all of the shade it will not dry out quickly. As someone else mentioned the road past the camp does get rough and the washout at Tub Run is impassible for most vehicles. There is a bypass around the washout but it is sketchy at best. I made it through with a modified Gladiator but at a 18-20° Roll Angle and on 3 wheels at times. There is not much of interest past the washout anyway.
|Big Run Falls||39.10823, -79.56955|
Great spot to camp - lots of spaces . Easy on and off of hwy84. Not a lot of people on a Friday for Labor Day weekend
|Wallowa-Whitman National Forest||45.36716, -118.29742|
A really nice spot. I feel lucky to have found it on Labor Day weekend. A reasonably level pull off next to a wide spot on the creek. No cell service.
|Castle Rock Gulch||38.79783, -105.95451|
Still a good place to stay. There is some traffic noise but otherwise good. There is a small tent set up in a grassy area by Lowes.
|Walmart Kingston super centre||44.26337, -76.57269|