When? Who? Comment Place Location

This was perfect. Quiet, other rigs here, had no problems at all.

Pull out 45.55841, -123.91802
Livin' the Vantasy

Made it to this beautiful location in my converted van just as the sun was setting. Got to take the pup for a walk around the area, which felt very safe. Not noisy at all and was able to work remotely the next day with pretty good service. Only one other camper stayed the night and left early in the morning. I would definitely recommend! Follow our adVANtures on IG -- @livin.the.vantasy

Kelbaker Rd 34.74559, -115.65206

Pretty busy when I was here but got nice and quiet at night. Found a spot to tent camp that was nice and isolated and away from the parking lot. Lake is fed from farm runoff and the algae looks pretty suspect so I wouldn't count on any baths in the lake, however it looks to be pretty good fishing if that's your kind of thing.

Yankee Hill Wildlife Management Area 40.72843, -96.79081

Closest fuel stop to El Ceibo. Small shop here and in Lagunitas village.

ISAGAS 17.16755, -90.84684

there are signs posted that the area is closed from 10pm-4am unless otherwise permitted. a ranger of sorts came by and told me was wasn't allowed to stay overnight there. pretty place, very secluded, no cell service at all so make sure you know how to get back out.

Rippee Conservation Area (FREE) 36.87031, -92.46868

ficamos por aqui e deu tudo ok, lugar confiável, fala comigo com o gerente ele é gente boa, e assista

Shell gas station -21.12304, -44.23644

nice garage, quiet but the lights are bright. the visitors center across the bridge has bathrooms and water fountains 24/7

Estes Park Visitor Center Parking Garage 40.37802, -105.51415

Cute wooded campsites (only like 5 or so sites) with picnic table and fire pit. Closest place to camp for Chief Mountain Trailhead, access to The Belly, otherwise it's kind of out of the way.

$25 for a night. first come first serve, but the owner said they hadn't been filling up. Showers were $10 which was a little rich for our blood. we stayed at Chewing Black Bones instead (a 25 min drive south).

Glacier Elkhorn 48.91455, -113.43695

The logging road to get there is full of pothole and you have to take a little muddy trail to get on the beach. We broke our truck there. Would'nt recommend. The towing usually don't come into logging roads, but we were lucky. It sure is a nice place, but risky.

Kipala Road 50.51750, -127.02117

If you're going to Bilene, best to shop here for groceries.

shoprite -25.02820, 33.09560

Great camping spot near the entrance to Capital Reef. Multiple spots for large and small campers.

Capitol Reef NP - West Entrance -Free 38.32712, -111.36371

Passamos 3 noites neste local. Lugar tranquilo, sem estrutura. Nos finais de semana costuma ficar lotado, porém em dias úteis você tem o espaço só para você, com alguns turistas esporádicos ao longo do dia. Em relação a segurança, em nenhum momento deixamos o carro sozinho, mas pescadores nos alertaram para não dar bobeira.

easy breezy pine tree hangout -28.14997, -48.64929

great place for the night! awesome view to the sea! really quiet! for 3 or 4 camper!

La Sciumara 41.18609, 9.36774

Lots of disbursed sites right along Greys River road. Stone road in. Site was right by the river. Road has some camper traffic- but not too bad.

Greys River disbursed camping 43.13994, -110.90964

Nice disbursed site right on the creek. There are actually lots of sites along this road- Past Murphys Lake ( which is awesome trout fishing !) Stone/dirt road back in but well maintained- no issues with our 2wd van. Stone fire ring- beautiful views all around!

Murphys Lake Road 43.05402, -110.87304

Nicely spaced campsites. I chose 32 And no one is nearby. A rather narrow bridge to access the island and doesn’t appear to be much shopping or gas here. I think there’s a few restaurants.

Wellesley Island State Park, NY 44.31616, -76.02361

located in the 3 bears parking lot, just a small trailer off to the left hand side, there’s a sign on the door that says they ran out of supplies for today & I’m not sure when they restock, the trailer is called ‘Cross Road Medical Center Mobile Clinic’

mobile COVID testing for border crossings 63.33515, -142.98319

Stayed here for one night and no one bothered us. Not sure where the toilets were though.
Nice and close to Cook Street so you can stroll over to grab a coffee and breakfast in the morning

Beacon Hill Park 48.41270, -123.35831

Stayed here for a total of 3 nights.
Your average RV/van friendly Walmart.
Some noise pollution, not out of hand. Plenty of space.
Had a group with me, we played cards and drank in the parking lot. Clean up after yourselves and you won’t be bothered.

Walmart parking lot 37.48199, -105.90540
Anthony Lucente

A small, unique family owned hotel. Large clean rooms. WiFi, air conditioning, free parking, laundry service & pet friendly. A bit on the expensive side.

La Posada del Rio Sonora 30.00730, -110.21662

wonderful place, not hidden from road but only 4x4 vecicles passing, great view, lots of space

Overlooking the forest 42.36001, 2.78624

Permanently closed (fenced) as well its in the National Park where camping is forbidden everywhere

Flat spot in the forest 42.29348, 2.64436

Arrivés vers 17:00. Personne pour prendre notre contribution de 15$ (apparemment fermé pour la saison). 2 VR, gratuit, génial !

Phare Cap Madelaine 49.25093, -65.32560

Every Yukon campground has been amazing so far, this one is no exception! 12$ well spent!

Watson Lake Territorial Park Campground 60.09636, -128.81750

dispersed camping on the east rim of Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.

Signs further south in the monument indicate "camping in designated site only". Chatted with the person at the visitor center about opportunities for dispersed camping, and they steered me here.

Access is from the dirt road heading west just past the RGdN monument sign. Road is mostly smooth dirt, but had a couple of short rutted sections indicating muddy when wet. ac few bumpy places, but navigable in 2WD.

several spots along the canyon rim both before and after the geo-tagged location. no existing fire pits.

big rig friendly for the adventurous

pets/kids: the campsite is literally on the edge of a cliff: plans accordingly

East Rim RGDNNM 36.77257, -105.67533

It's a good garage I think. They could not fix the problem on my Land Rover because the knowledge on TD5 engines is not there. It was better if they said it in the beginning. But they really tried to help me. Price is also fine.
They have all the knowledge on Toyota.

Highland Motors -8.89255, 33.44641

Very nice hotel! We had 2 rooms for us and our kids. We paid 110.000 in total per night including (simple) breakfast. The kitchen is not great. Takes some time...

The staff is awesome! I would definately come back.

Peace of mind -8.89604, 33.44401

Privately owned campground with hostel/coworking-style amenities. Good for tents and vans, not long vehicles (Not sure of cutoff) and also offers motel rooms. We opted for a covered tent spot, which came with WiFi and an outlet right at our site. Property has a spacious community room, kitchen, grilling zone, fire pits, etc. Some street noise.

LOGE Camps 46.87379, -124.10397

stopped by today, prices are $25 a night with water and electricity. also has Shaw Wi-Fi. we didn't stay because we were very early.

Ohairi Park and Campground 49.09178, -118.67834

we spent 2 nights here and biked around Grand Forks. prices were $36 for full hookups weekend, and $30 during the week. Love all the deer around all the time. Got another good flush on the black and grey tanks.

Grand Forks Municipal Camground 49.03002, -118.44023

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