Right outside of Loves there is a street wheee many truckers will park for the evening. Pulled in late in the evening without any issues next or an RV. Good AT&T reception and close to Loves in case you need anything or the restroom. Recommended for a quick overnight
|Street next to Loves gas station||35.61858, -119.65775|
When exiting Mexico into Belize with your vehicle, these are the precise steps (Mexico side only):
1: Drove through the Mexico Aduana. Here they do a somewhat thorough check of your vehicle with dogs. Asked about drugs, alcohol, and CBD. Had to show my vehicle title. They also asked us for our Mexico auto insurance and will check that it’s valid. This checkpoint is much more thorough than anything we had come across elsewhere in Mexico. Strange.
2: Drive through the little kiosk and stop to hand your passport through the window. They will stamp you out and take your FMM.
3: Drive to the next building and park your car. Go inside and return your TIP at the Banjercito.
Drive onwards to Belize!
|Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico to Four Mile Lagoon, Belize||18.50409, -88.39044|
Fumigation cost was US$7 or $14 BZD. But we never got fumigated. Oh well…
Had to fill out several other forms here too. They will ask you where your Covid gold standard accommodation is.
Lunch break starts at 12pm Belize time. Don’t know up 8 minutes before, like we did, or you’ll be rushed.
Immigration is still further down the road.
|Treatment Service (a.k.a. car fumigation)||18.49102, -88.40275|
Just a friendly reminder that insurance is required in Belize. There can be (and were there when we drove) random road stops with department of transportation officers checking insurance validity. Insurance is cheap here, just get it.
|The Insurance Corporation of Belize||18.48414, -88.40007|
Local events are housed here. In this sleepy town, it's quiet all day long, especially at night time. Shady parking area with outlets and water in the back.
|Salão Beira Rio||-28.16532, -48.97867|
Beautiful spot. One of the locals stopped by and talked about what the spot was like when he was a kid. There is a small abandoned building adjacent to the fountain which, according to him, used to be a shop. Other than that just some highway noise. Would recommend
|Old Crystal Springs||46.87921, -99.45773|
Nous sommes passé aujourd'hui et le spot est très beau. eau toujours disponible sur site . panneau d'interdiction de camper .
|Nova Scotia picnic park||45.70562, -60.77548|
Nothing to add.
|Camping Sítio do Guedinho||-23.13838, -45.64652|
Great little pull off on National Forest Land. There is some traffic noise off the main road but not bad. Few ruts but I made it in with my cargo trailer no problem. Great place for a van or small trailer.
Tried finding the way to it but could not -- the only 'road' apparently leading in its direction ended at the gate of a (paid) campground, and the others did not look traversable by our 2WD motorhome.
|Bivouac dune entre océan et ruta 5||-32.12781, -71.51044|
Took a chance and drove down at around 8:45pm on a Saturday to check it out. Was pleasantly surprised to find it nearly empty; a few others quietly parked (a sprinter and a few other cars/SUVs), but no noise, besides the ocean. Parked along the road down to the lot itself, a little ways down from the sprinter, another car joined me.
Great data on Verizon. Definitely one of the best free spots I’ve stayed in. Worth it to check out; if it’s too rowdy, the Home Depot is 5 mins away. Also there are bathrooms at the park up the road, doors open and lights on when I drove past after dark, but I did not go inside to check cleanliness.
|Preston Island Parking no camping signs everywhere||41.75161, -124.21357|
Isolated asphalt pull out on the side of the road with a bunch of parking spots. Not sure if it would be good for an RV or tractor trailer truck. Slept here one night with no problems, we were the only ones here. Good enough data service to stream videos/movies with t mobile.
|Roadside Parking Lot||36.14571, -114.87677|
We stayed at this campsite for two nights and paid 300 for 2 ppl + car. Nice spot close to Stellenbosch and Cape Town. Duncan and his wife Eli are very friendly and knowledgeable. Free wifi, hot shower and clean abblutions. Nice pitstop.
|African Overlanders||-33.87159, 18.73484|
Fairly quiet during nighttime. We were the only visitors at the site from 6pm to 8am.
|Gilles Gagnon tourism information center||49.68855, -83.65121|
Este lugar está espectacular muy tranquilo el parque se habré de 7:00am a 7:00 pm es totalmente gratis!!
|parking of the municipal park||25.41819, -100.96791|
|Palm Afrique Lodge||-21.78029, 21.69097|
no possible to stay.
|Parking Lot City Hall||16.17293, -96.50563|
Good dispersed camping spot with multiple campsites. Although there were many campers it was quite and peaceful. Great place close to Moab, Arches and Canyon Lands.
|State Trust Lands on Willow Springs Road||38.69775, -109.67945|
free wifi. picnic table and a god. place to get maps info etc
|Visitor Information Centre||47.59887, -59.16359|
Price is now 15$ and opened during store hours only. not worth it, unless you need to dump now
|Canadian Tire||44.72352, -75.52204|
Direkt an der Straße. 20€/Nacht im 7 m Mobil mit 2 Personen. Ein teurer Ü-Platz….
|autocamp nule||42.48734, 18.65824|
A little older than other prov parks. There is a sani-dump but no laundry.
|Kap Kig Iwan Provincial Park||47.80067, -79.88553|
We stayed here on a Saturday night. Big lot, maybe 10 other overnighters. The sign says stay limited to 1 night every 7 nights. pretty quiet spot and right in town!!!
|NF-7300 Side Road||47.59133, -120.67069|
Nice place. Quite night and perfect few. Thanks.
|Camp spot for 1 van||43.09866, 2.97470|
Still excellent food. Open June-Oct only.
|Norton's Cove Studio & Cafe||49.14009, -53.58149|
the RV dump is locked, we arrived after closing @ 6:05 on Saturday. so I'm assuming it's no longer free.
|Morrisburg Canadian Tire||44.89994, -75.18939|
great place to dunno and get fresh potable water (seemed good to my Mum, so we filled up). the bathrooms were all locked, a sign said there were all closed.
|St Lawrence Parks||44.99149, -74.95979|
Nice and private showers. I came here around 9 am and didn’t have to wait for a shower. This may vary depending on when you come in. Gas station and Denny’s were convenient for breakfast and some things I needed
|Pilot flying j- Gilman||40.75091, -88.00118|
Spend 2 nights here, cool spot. Quiet, porta potty’s, trash cans.
|Ochoco Creek Park, Prineville||44.30382, -120.84080|
The most fantastic view with the most fantastic sunset.
|Large Pullout between Moolack and Beverly Beaches||44.71051, -124.06009|