Open and free and clean. Very nice. There are large trash bins as well (no recycling bins). FYI there are signs that say no overnight camping.
There is a water pump with a red handle, but since it's away from the dump holes and is labeled as "water" seems safe to drink. there's also a flush water hose by the dump holes.
|Sundance rest area||44.41397, -104.33883|
Overnight camp basic R100 per night per person. Clean, Green Grass, Quite.
1 km from Western Entrance Gate to Baviaanskloof Nature Reserve.
Lots of parking space, great large showers hot water only if sun shines mid day. Great braai pits.
Call Clive Statoe or whatapp him to book. Cell reception only MTN. No Vodacom.
+27 (83) 890-7109
Fire wood for sale - good dry.
|Laaste Kamp||-33.59996, 24.19051|
Large clearing away from the road a bit. This area is brushed back generously and has lots of room for the largest of vehicles or camper trailers to turn around.
Good for a nights rest
Wild Camping - Bring what you and remove what you bring
lots of cell service
|Watershed before Gogama, ON Large Clearing||47.47028, -81.85257|
There is a no camping sign (which also means no overnight parking) . Not suitable for big rigs, no space to turn around
|Big Pond Cove Parking||44.23621, -66.36901|
I agree full…a great view over the bay, clear water. On daytime some locals and vacationers come here.
|Wild camping with the the perfect view||44.83878, 13.97979|
dormimos 1 noite na beira mar da praia de tabatinga lugar tranquilo não tem muita iluminação mas tem policiamento a noite
|Tabatinga II beach||-7.31311, -34.80300|
Beautiful spot right next to Teepee Creek.
Picnic table. Fire pit. Clear, cool flowing water. Flat grassy area to park or pitch a tent.
The road in is fairly rough gravel, though any passenger car could make it if you go slow.
If you have a capable vehicle, you can cross the creek here and camp a little farther away from the road.
|Teepee Creek Camp||49.27901, -115.58270|
Large grassy area with a fire pit and space for several tents and vehicles.
Off the beaten path; you will most likely have this place to yourself.
Road in is bumpy gravel, but navigable in any passenger vehicle.
|Yahk Camping||49.23938, -115.70541|
Good spot. Couldn't get the water pump to work after pumping 30 times or so. A few folks with trailers, a ton of space here. Water is very low right now but it's cool to see how the land might have once been before we built dams. Stocked toilets.
|Lonetree Camprgound||44.94717, -112.87164|
possibly the most remote gas station in Utah. 24 hour card pumps (mid grade ethanol free), small general store, free WiFi, tiny RV Park and water pumps (ask clerk to use)
|Gone County Gas and General Store||41.70809, -113.88456|
Great spot for potable water and sump station, located about 1/2k from the highway at park entrance before the park office/check in.
|Potable water and dump station before entering Provincial Park.||46.18734, -77.84170|
Great rest area along HWY 17, large turn around area, toilets. No overnight allowed.
|Highway Rest Area||46.17062, -77.62664|
Nice campground with lots of amenities. Space for RVs, tents and some cabins! Every spot has a picnic bench. Great bathrooms with showers, water hookups, 24 hour laundry, sewage dump etc. Also a dog park, playground, game room, grill and dish cleaning station. Great spot for kids. We parked a Sprinter van in a camping spot for $35. The office closed around 8:00. Wifi seems to only work near the office but it’s good.
|KOA Santa Fe Journey||35.54655, -105.83674|
friendly service, easy parking. the only place in town that has a US hose adapter/fitting.
|La esperanza purificadora||25.03405, -111.66411|
City Park covered picnic area. Has grills and tables, water fountain and a spicket on the corner of the shelter. 3” off the ground, so perfect for filling jugs. I wouldn’t try to hook up the camper :-)
|City Park picnic shelter.||37.68147, -113.06042|
As described. Good spot for a night. First spot on road was muddy as it has rained for a couple of days. This one was drier and ok to pull into. Keep it clean, as there is random garbage around.
|McCarthy Hills Forest Primitive Campspoy||42.25026, -78.69760|
Totally worth the $5 stay, however they've got signs up saying that in 2022 the fee is increasing to $15
|Milner Historic Recreation Area||42.53008, -113.95831|
Beautiful clean water great views. Filled up and we’re grateful
|Dog park water||43.52761, -109.61495|
Flying J Travel Centre with showers for $13.00, laundry for $3.00 for washer and $3.00 for a dryer. Open 24 hours with a large convenience store and hot food selection. Showers are hot, have unlimited time and include towels.
|Flying J||50.42687, -105.54536|
We couldn’t get water at the Petrocan because there no room to park or access for a fifth wheel. Just west down before exiting is the husky, they have water with easy access. Water was free, also looks like a dump station, but must be a pay station as it had a lock on it. Around back where air pump is, you’ll see the water sign.
|Husky Station with water||49.45224, -120.52523|
A nice campground with spacious lots suitable for any type of camping. $23 a night with no services and no cell service. Closes during fall, winter I believe. Nice short hiking trail at end of campground.
|Coldsprings Provincial Campground||49.07260, -120.80781|
Great campsite in a beautiful spot amongst the trees.
The showers were nice and warm, clean toilets.
|Wild Woods Campsite||50.70881, -127.47550|
Several pull off sites along Green road. Quiet, clean, fairly level, with hiking, beaches and exploring close by.
|Green Road High Ground||44.09770, -86.40643|
Great spot. Some road noise during the day, very little at night. Followed the tip from the other review about taking Harbor instead of Bay to avoid the low clearance bridge, much appreciated. I would add that when you go that way you do eventually turn on Bay from Harbor, and it still shows signs for 11’ clearance, but you turn into the parking lot at the boat ramp before you get to it, so it’s not an issue from this direction.
|Shelbourne bay boat ramp||44.39882, -73.23548|
Great free camping at Hidden Acres farm and orchard! They just ask that you make a purchase at their gift shop, that includes a nice selection of produce, old fashioned candies, jarred goods, cider, and u-pick fruit (apples, pears, cherries, and peaches depending on the season). Lots of activities for the kids, and dog friendly. They’ve got a hot outdoor shower and toilets. Camping allowed just about anywhere in the orchard, so very private and quiet, minus a few friendly owls hooting.
|Hidden Acres Orchard||47.80889, -117.26674|
2 free dump station with no drinking water.
|Sani dump Vernon||50.27515, -119.28104|
Dispersed camping with many sites 100 or 200 yards apart.
|Off Caja Del Rio||35.70339, -106.10605|
Quiet open area for a night. Only one person driving by Thursday evening. Fire ban in effect but there are fire rings fir future use. Clean.
|Sunny Side up||42.76237, -122.05502|
Quiet and relaxing place to stay right off the main roadway. Camping is allowed.
|Oglala National Grassland Pasture 22A||42.95817, -103.50453|
Kind of a truck stop with a cute restaurant, a banya and a diesel station. We spent a quiet night for free.
|Restaurant, Banya, Diesel||58.50921, 54.02868|