We called Walmart before we arrived here, custom service told us it is ok for one night! Again nice and big parking lot, next to Home Depot , we parked far left from the entrance! Again thanks Wal Mart for providing us this safe and easy spot for the evening !!
|Walmart Abbotsford||49.03641, -122.27047|
BLM camping with many spots. great Verizon and T mobile reception
|Big Sheep Road, BLM||37.16557, -113.25122|
Very good western restaurant and bar. Great food, good prices. Pizzas, pasta, burgers, sandwiches and some local food too. Very clean western toilets. We have come back here 3 times after having some very questionable meals in other restaurants and hotels in Moshi. Also has a gated car park so your vehicle will be safe. Highly recommend.
|Maembe Garden Restaurant||-3.34498, 37.33750|
Very beautiful sea shore, some tower blocks and hotels nearby. There were a couple of vans when I arrived on my motorcycle.
|1,2 km north La Brava||39.36262, -0.31783|
On a field on the way to Pergamon. Easy access, very quiet. Great to stay for one night. No one around except some farmers.
|On the field||39.54776, 27.45978|
24-hour post beside the highway. With a watch all night. Clean bathroom and convenience. Highway noise.
Posto 24 horas ao lado da rodovia, com banheiro limpo e conveniência. A rodovia tem bastante barulho.
|Posto Ipiranga Santo Angelo II||-25.20413, -50.98662|
Great Spot!! Easy to pull into after long hours of travel. We were here with a 40 ft motor coach and we fit comfortably with more than enough room to do donuts in the parking lot. The views are worth it. It’s quiet and so peaceful, sleep with your windows open and enjoy the sounds of the waves. The parking lot is gravel. No washrooms. Clean area and very little to no local traffic. Please if you visit, keep it clean and respect the area. It’s good to have nice things :)
|Mispec Beach parking lot||45.22225, -65.95055|
This is a nice spot right on the water, very windy, yes appears to be a Canadian government building and a private marina on the other side of the property but we didn't have any issues parking here for the night in a 23' RV tucked in by a big boat. there are other places to park, I would say check it out for yourself to see if it works. I was worried someone would ask us to move, but it was all good. the best part was we only experienced a couple of mosquitoes and a black fly or 2.
|Pictou marina||45.68116, -62.69324|
Still here. Good spar. ATM lines where long...
|Aussenkehr Spar||-28.36094, 17.41068|
|Amanzi Trails River Camp||-28.69992, 17.53316|
Follow the winding dirt road up
|Austin Overlook||39.48673, -117.07153|
Bridge has been out for quite some time and this is now a ford. Mostly shallow water although very polluted.
|River crossing||14.73864, -91.16143|
Was gonna go to a boondocking site marked on Google Maps, but this was closer. Quiet & peaceful after a long day of driving. Only one other van here. Spacious. Came on a dry, chilly night & had no issues driving my little Chevy Sonic back here. Bring a hammer or mallet for your stakes if tent camping.
|Badlands Camp||43.91964, -102.16396|
Pretty good food. Different kinds of spicy dishes with rice and tacos. Friendly atmosphere.
|Buffet DonaChuy||20.89705, -101.18229|
Free BLM campground, what more needs to be said. Awesome place, watch fire restrictions and please take your trash out with you. And be warned if you bring water up here in a drought, the bees might want some too..
|William Hills Recreational Area- BLM||35.97959, -121.01062|
This spot is further down the 2 track "road" past the first "Grasslands" spot already on this app. You'll probably need something with high clearance to get out to here as there are a few dips in the road a lower vehicle could get stuck on. Pretty awesome spot, 2 bars 4G LTE Verizon fairly fast speeds. The road ends here at this clearing next to a badlands type hill. If you make it out here, do a little search around and you will find some very cool things buried in the ground.
|Badland Clearing||47.56878, -103.18670|
Un camping peculiar. Dura negociación de precios, cuando ven que hay algún extranjero, no es agradable cuando en los campings del sur hemos pagado entre 30 y 50 dhs por persona. Con la cena lo mismo, dura negociación de mi compañero marroquí para que no nos hiciera pagar 100 dhs por cabeza por un tagine de verduras. Al final 30 dhs por persona tienda campaña y moto, 50dhs por persona cena entrante tagine y postre, y 25 dhs por persona el desayuno. Las instalaciones un poco viejas, mucho ruido de la nacional 13. El entorno, espectacular, una sensación única dormir en un cañón y ver las montañas junto a ti.
|Camping Jurassique, Near Er-racchidia||32.15410, -4.37597|
Continue the small road more 4 km. You will arrive a gravel road parallel to the beach.
|Plage Near Port Racine||49.70645, -1.87660|
don't have 4wd so stayed at the end of the pavement 1 night. no issues. Huge dune area is listed as 14 day disbursed camping so the question is....it is ok to stay on edge of road, park and hike in and tent or 4WD in and camp.....maybe all 3 are ok. Regulations do want ALL vehicles on sand to have a 9' orange flag. Restrooms at boat launch.
|Coos Bay North Jetty||43.35664, -124.33710|
Nice spot next to the road.
|peaceful and beautiful||-22.99421, 16.82173|
…………………………………. Just needed to take a photo!
|Austin Overlook||39.48673, -117.07153|
|The Adventure Closet||
nice spot for a few vehicles, no cell service, beautiful creek running next to campsite with easy access, lots to explore out here!
|Creekside Camp||48.64513, -116.77010|
We camped here for the night. Road is ok but be careful with the sides, it's sand and you'll get stuck.. we buried our front axle and had to lock the transfer case to pull out in reverse.
There was Visible/Verizon data, and it was fine, couldn't test much of it as it was a quick overnight for us, but I think it would be fine for remote work.
(we try to report on cell service for people trying to work off grid; IG: @pampas.overland)
|BLM Land||36.98686, -111.56142|
Still a 24 hour fuel station with gas and diesel. Pay at the pump!!
|Nugget City||60.02511, -129.05876|
While driving the Cassiar, Boya Lake is an absolute must stop to have lunch and see a gorgeous turquoise & clear lake! Picnic tables, trash, toilets… nice trail to walk the pups!
|Boya Lake||59.36710, -129.10552|
Great spot to park during the day for free during the festivals and very chill spot to spend a night
|Leavenworth Street Parking||47.59777, -120.66064|
Road is extremely passable, great camp - lots of wildlife! 5 stars - it gets a little crowded but also easy to find a spot even in heavy use times. No water, pit toilets and picnic tables only. Weak signal for cell
|Sage Creek Campground (NPS)||43.89386, -102.41345|
Spent four nights. Forest Service drove through camp, all was well. Nice pull trough spot with views….
|Mt Roosevelt Rd.||44.39408, -103.75342|
The ranger woke us up and told us it was not allowed to sleep here (as we already knew, being in a national park) he gave us a ticked and said that if we were in the other spot in the woods we would have gotten several tickets.
|Clear Lake North Shore||50.70847, -100.01521|
Beautiful campsite about 2km away from the lodge. One of the 4 available campspots is a bit elevated in the hill with an amazing view over the area and perfect place for a sundowner. Ask for it but it is accessible for 4x4 and low range only. The other spots are also nice and each place has its own water and braai stand.
|Frans Indongo Lodge Campgroung||-20.27089, 16.95618|