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|
The park has flush toilets, water spigots, and an enclosed shower.
|Salinas Park||29.68545, -85.31157|
just some potable water. Rare in this area
called to make sure overnighting is alright, was told it is fine 👍🏼 safe travels folks. cheap food, good coffee, great beer.
|Irving Gas Station||44.21116, -72.57655|
great view of the lake, right next to the railway.
Great campsite, we got there early afternoon and got the best one, had to clean up the litter left by previous camper, my wife and I where a little scare in the beginning, but local are very nice and friendly, no cell service, but we don’t care, we had a great dinner and enjoyed the starred sky.
|Hale Hollow Camp||43.53444, -72.67263|
Ok place to spend the night.
|Dom Bosco Gas Station||-10.71473, -62.25104|
Short walk to a beautiful beach used by locals. Locals use it as a parking spot, but you can camp there. The gate was locked at night and it felt safe, but noisy (it was Saturday night of Labor Day weekend.). Clean bathrooms and showers. Isidro (sp?) speaks perfect English and takes good care of the place.
|Hacienda de Pamela||31.71770, -116.66076|
Noisy on Saturday night of Labor a Day weekend, but that's not surprising. Seems safe; locked gate. Beautiful beach with tons of locals. Clean bathrooms and showers.
|Hacienda de Pamela||31.71770, -116.66076|
This is a restaurante with a big parking lot near to the river, ubicated in Cañón del Cobeima. It is quite and safe, and at night there is a security guard. They offered us a site where we could park if we bought something in their restaurant or paid a small fee for the parking service. They also gave us water. We stayed at this place for four days and everything was perfect. Sometimes we left our motor home there and went to know other places and nothing bad happend.
|Restaurante El Peñon||4.49806, -75.29205|
Many dispersed spots with fire rings.
Some traffic going to Browns trailhead but not bad. Some washboard.
0 bars tmo, 2 bars Verizon.
|Browns Creek||38.67942, -106.16022|
There are many campsites available on NWR land south of the lake on AL Hwy 40. Unfortunately many have a lot of trash and unkempt fire pits. There is also a lot of road noise, but that quiets down after dark.
|Lake Gunthersville||34.58187, -86.01857|
We spent a very peaceful night in front of the police station.
Passamos uma noite muito tranquila em frente a delegacia de polícia.
Nice dog park if you have a large dog who likes to swim. Right on the river. If you have small dogs, dog expecting to play with other dogs or a more traditional fenced in dog park this is not the place. Parking is small and in a strange spot, right in front of someone's trailer.
|Best dog park ever!||37.26772, -107.88611|
Super nice guys, fast service! Highly recommend stopping.
|Ted’s Rental and Sales||37.26829, -107.86962|
A good spot for a night. Much better than the other spot down the road because the grass has been mowed down and there is more space to set up camp. Plenty of bugs/spiders
|Huckleberry Ridge Conservation Area||36.58889, -94.33125|
Muito movimento em um sábado de feriado prolongado. Pessoas e carros passando de madrugada. Um grupo chegou por volta de 2 da manhã e colocou música alta do lado de onde estacionamos. Saímos e paramos no ponto anterior onde tinha uma van. Não sabíamos se era seguro, mas tinha menos movimento. Ficamos só essa noite.
Very busy on a long holiday. People and cars passing by at dawn. A group arrived around 2 am and put it loud music next to where we parked. We left and stopped at the previous point where there was a van. We didn't know if it was safe, but there was less movement. We stayed only one night.
|Tiririca Beach||-14.28585, -38.98594|
São Pedro da Serra Municipality, Cantina Florêncio restaurant, have a pasta or a fish Very well done here!
|Cantina Florêncio||-22.31605, -42.33059|
If you have a larger RV and are towing your car behind you it will be too difficult to find parking let alone drive through this narrow street with parked cars on both sides and median strips. There were some nice spots for an RV by itself. Just make sure you don’t take Corte Madera Ave all the way past the cross street Año Nuevo Ave because you will be confronted with a split private road: the left fork has no outlet and the right fork does but it’s a rectangular shaped loop that is narrow because the townhouses are crammed together on either side of the road.
crowded. lots of cars parked. works if you really need a spot to stay. nice view!
|Burleigh Falls||44.56644, -78.21436|
Very quite and plenty of room to move around.
|Rough Creek Park||32.41932, -97.78663|
Very beautifully located campsite at a lake with mountain view. It has toilets, electricity and a small bungalow where you get fresh drinks and you can use the barbeque grill. The owners don't ask for payment, but live next door and help you out with any problem you might have. Very friendly and welcoming. Voluntary donations of 10 BAM are welcome.
|Camp Blidinje||43.59953, 17.48648|
Because of the hole on the road we had a problem at the direction of the Van, the boss is kindly come to fix. Pay attention to look at what they do and not go for a tour while waiting, and set the price before it starts working.
A cause des trou sur la route nous avons eu un problème à la direction du van, le patron est gentiment venu réparer. Faite attention de bien regarder ce qu'ils font et de ne pas aller faire un tour en attendant, et fixé le prix avant qu'il commence à travailler.
|Macanica "Ruben"||-15.83474, -67.56012|
This was a good spot for the night. There was one other camper van and it was quite quiet. As mentioned, there’s a nice trail along the river with several lookout spots.
|Windsor Falls||48.92465, -55.65195|
We managed to find a FCFS site on the long weekend. The location was great for what activities we had planned. Forest sites. Pit toilets. Privacy.
|Roberts Creek Provincial Park||49.43942, -123.67328|
Not bad to sleep for one night. Noise started around 6h30am. Big parking lot.
|Chemanius Lake Park||48.91228, -123.74980|
Big open area with space for all kind of vehicles, hidden but close to the highway. We saw the most spectacular Northern Lights here and a beautiful sunset. We even saw a storm happening really far away from here.
|Sunset/Northern Lights viewpoint||66.20942, -136.96170|
Quiet night sleep and wildlife all over. Level spot for our van. Weather was great and not too many bugs.
|Marsh lake boat launch||41.71795, -84.98776|
As described. Toilets are weird - they're completely made of metal and the seat is built-in, not separate, so you sit on metal.
Lots of trucks stop here at night so it can get noisy.
|Rest area West/East Access||34.35098, -92.89224|