My map said Park City Rest Area. The side parking lot of this gas station had a hand full of us car camping overnight. Right along the highway so constant traffic. I did see a couple RVs parked in the back of the truck parking lot. Showers were $7
Stayed one night in the back corner. Quiet. One other van stopped (arrived after and left before us). No problems.
|Costco parking||49.23657, -124.04334|
There is a sign that this sani-dump is closed until further notice.
|Morrisburg Canadian Tire||44.89995, -75.18929|
A walmart attached to a small indoor/strip mall with a 24/7 planet fitness attached. Strip mall has bathrooms after the planet fitness, Walmart has bathrooms in the back.
I parked along the back row which runs parallel to the mall. There is an area where I saw many other RVs/Vans/Trailers which was labeled as a park n ride but also had a sign stating "no overnight parking" but judging from the 10+ cars that remained there overnight, I'd say anywhere in the lot is a safe bet. @almost.chance
|Walmart-Berlin Mall||44.21623, -72.56351|
Camp Junik is located at an altitude of 576m above sea level with a magnificent view over the city.
|Junik Camping||42.47341, 20.27219|
The camping area out back is now mostly ready. A level gravel area to park with a small ablution block. There is an area under construction with fire pit and table and chairs under shade. We were able to use the washing machine free of charge and the WiFi reaches the campsite. It can get very windy here. The staff are friendly but nobody disturbs you at the campsite. It's a shame the owner only spoke to us briefly as we were paying to leave after 6 nights here. Restaurant food is excellent quality, the tagliatelle with mushroom and sausage is tasty. 55000tsh for 2 people camping. In hindsight, Neemas is 45000 for a double room with breakfast but that's our fault for not researching.
|Mama Iringa||-7.77143, 35.67708|
Campsite for RVs Vans and Tents. Must book using HipCamp app.
|Taste of Old Florida||27.16061, -80.41729|
Very laid back and trusting atmosphere. Also very motorcycle oriented culture. Not a lot of separation between camping sites.
|Toad Rock||49.68646, -116.91515|
we spend a few nights here. quiet beautiful place, others campers there as well.
|Kaibab National Forest||35.98751, -112.13356|
Great place to spend the night on the way to Porto Velho.
|Posto Miriam II||-8.79916, -63.83679|
Good place, though quite far down a narrow gravel road.
I camped here in my tent, but be aware that the ground is covered in gravel. It's great for vanparking.
I was able to scrounge enough wood for a good fire in the evening. In the morning, two groups of ATVs went past, so even though it feels remote, it does appear that it can be a popular spot.
|Hyland River||59.98411, -128.17180|
Many many RVs here! We stayed here after a late ferry back from the Island, very convenient location for that.
|Walmart at Tsawwassen Mills||49.04287, -123.08233|
A very large parking place- for RV / Motorhomes - at night very quiet
|Parkingplace in Cerler||42.58824, 0.53878|
Excelente recepção do frentista Tomás. Aqui você encontra água, banho (tem que abastecer pra ter direito) e segurança, pois tem um posto de apoio da polícia militar de MG.
|Station Shell||-19.89892, -43.98247|
BLM natural area with established camping. Beautiful location in reserve near Sacrament River.
|Sacramento River Bend Perry Rifle||40.29399, -122.17848|
Beautiful spot with large trees, fire ring, and large circle drive that could accommodate 3-5 rigs depending on size. Next to a small meadow this one is down the road a bit away from the next nearest site. Lots of dispersed sites out on these roads, just find the one that's right for you! CR 527 is quite washboardy coming in but other than that just fine as are all the dirt roads back here.
1 bar LTE on tmobile, 1 bar 4g on verizon both without we boost.
|Big Circle||37.23770, -107.55158|
Approximately .25 miles south of the Pilar bridge there is a pull out on the east side of road (opposite side of the road from the river) we locals use it for irrigation as well as potable water. THIS WATER IS NOT TESTED FOR DRINKING because it’s not tested at all. It’s much safer than drinking out of the rio grande.
|Orillo Verde water pipe||36.33343, -105.74041|
Took a while to get there, no cell service and winding off country roads. Beautiful quiet and peaceful location.
|Daniel Boone National Forest||36.60146, -84.24827|
Large parking behind the Pavillon Agri-sport in Victoriaville. Quite a few RVs parked in the lot for several days. I work nearby and have stayed here with no issues! No signs prohibiting overnight parking. Street lights.
|Community centre Parking lot||46.05755, -71.94636|
Complete support for the traveler: cold and hot water for drinking; toilets; hot shower; truck parts and accessories store; parking for light/mid vehicles
|Posto Aldo||-17.92041, -51.69714|
Awesome flat spot in the woods !! This place has shade too !!!
|Tom's Best Spring Rd. in National Forest||37.72345, -112.25263|
A brand new place to camp. There have 8 places with electricity, non-potable water and dump with an awesome view on St-Lawrence River. There also have clean toilets, picnic tables and games for kids.
|Godbout camp site||49.31103, -67.60364|
On the beach at the end of the villages with free water and wi fi. Very quiet for day and night. No restroom. Owner very friendly with simple food.
|Rakos Parador||-38.89656, -60.34809|
Parked NW of this map point on the ocean-facing side of the road. Cop knocked at 1am and said we had to move even though there were no signs prohibiting overnight camping anywhere nearby. Said it wasn't allowed along the oceanside all the way from there to lover's point. We just moved to the other side of the road, and were not hassled again (not sure if overnight parking is allowed on the non-ocean-facing side or if we just got lucky)
|Pacific Grove, CA||36.62752, -121.92022|
decent wifi at the campground. password is posted on the outside of the small office building.
|The Camp @ Cloudcroft||32.88665, -105.47999|
spent the night here from getting off the ferry. nobody bothered us.
|Maffeo Sutton Park Parking lot||49.17143, -123.94014|
Great location and one of our favorite places we've stayed in our travels. Video review:
|Tom's Best Spring Rd. in National Forest||37.72352, -112.25245|
|Hubert on Tour||
No overnight camping allowed here. maybe ok for a few hours rest.
|Waltman Crossing US20 Rest Stop||43.07489, -107.24511|
The GPS point is the entrance to a track leading into a smal forest. We drove until a small clearance with an information board. About 500 m. About 200 m from the entrance two tracks turn left, take the second. The information board is on Mapsme. Good for smaller vehicle. A quiet place to stay after or before crossing the border. Houses not close by.
|Small forest close to kelebija border crossing||46.27070, 19.57927|
Great spot if you are on the Iron Horse trail with a dual sport bike .
|Iron Horse Trail Camping||54.14741, -112.20160|