we didn’t stay due to camping with rooftop is on the carpark with absolute no view.
Go there from the main road if it is wet!
|Rweteera Safari Park||0.50101, 30.32792|
5 wonderful days in a lovely place with very valued owners. Thank you Julia and Joel. come here!
|Camping Guaimaro||6.65093, -73.22304|
Perfect place to spent a few quiet nights and leisurely days. Q100/motorhome/night, incl. electricity. If you choose the place farthest from the entrance, you will be surrounded by palm, banana and papaya trees. Nice pool. Silas, the owner, lives on the property and is very helpful. He owns a hotel/restaurant 200m away, good food. Public buses to town every 30min, 10min walk to get a boat to Livingston or reach the castillo.
|Villa del Profe||15.63511, -89.00758|
Pull through site was a little narrow, but workable. Full 50 amp hookup with water and sewer for about $48. Quite a bit of road noise when outside the RV, didn't notice it inside.
|Philip's RV Park||41.26992, -110.94792|
dead end street out of the hwy. good phone service and quiet. a lot of flat areas available.
|Dead end street||49.62443, -114.63863|
showers were a life saver. requires 6 quarters for 5 min so come with lots of quarters so you don't get screwed. there is a port office upstairs facing the water that traded me cash for quarters.
|Friday Harbor Marina Building||48.53653, -123.01719|
Awesome free camping! Even has a coke machine and what appears to be free to use canoes?! Beautiful lake with tons of room for the dogs to run freely and swim (away from the campground of course). There is a big mown grassy area just south of the campground, separated by the trees, that's good for the dogs to run. Walkway to it is next to the restrooms closet to the lake. Zero Verizon up this way unfortunately. Also unfortunate that the neighbors felt that playing a loud radio is OK. Ugh. Ruined a great quiet place.
|Hunnewell Lake conservation area||39.71170, -91.86300|
OK for one night
Sanidump is very clean. There’s water but not for drinking.
|Le Gardeur Dump Station||45.73593, -73.49158|
We’re here and yes thank you Terrebonne. A very clean site
|Garage municipal de Terrebonne||45.71046, -73.62106|
Nice and quiet rest stop beside river. No cel service.
|Rest Area Hwy 12 Clearwater River Idaho||46.51145, -116.56141|
Great location, about 6 other RVs/vans back by the boat section of the parking lot. Safe, well lit, small grass area for walking the dogs. Walking distance to great food, bars and amenities.
|Bass Pro||39.02407, -104.82861|
A hairdresser that knows how to cut European hair! 25000 for a guys short hair cut. Call Aly for an appointment on +255784270007
|Shopping complex||-3.36026, 36.60931|
We stayed at the campsite in Mbega for 2 nights, still the same price. They were hit hard during the pandemic and were closed for a year. This resulted in a burst water pipe that I guess they can't afford to get fixed. They provide a bucket of water next to the toilet (western) so you can flush. They also own Simba Lodge directly next door and they gave us a key to a room there for a nice hot shower and use of the bathroom.
|Mbega Lodge||-3.31742, 36.88530|
Local calmo, seguro, bem iluminado... e com pelo menos 3 pontos de água potável na volta. Recomendado ROTASPELOMUNDOGG
|Parking lot by the beach||-7.28400, -34.79991|
400 N$ per campsite is a bit steep for 2 ppl, but you're allowed to have 4 cars at one site. There's an additional park fee to be paid (350N$ for 2 ppl) that allows you to visit the fish river canyon 24hrs a day. The old abblution facilities are run down, but the new ones (2x3 showers and 2x2 toilets) are fine. There was hot water when we were there. Electricity and braai facilities at every site. There's also wifi, but only near the reception. Didn't see any baboons
|Hobas Rest Camp||-27.61975, 17.71458|
What a gem! We had our own sink and braai facility. Power at sites. Lovely overnight stay at a good price R140pppn.
|Red Sands Country Lodge||-27.50977, 23.30407|
Great campground right off I-80 in North platte, NE. Hot showers, bathroom tent camping is available.
|Holiday Rv Park||41.11223, -100.75702|
Big flat space for a bit rig or a few smaller rigs.
Decent T-Mobile coverage.
|Clearing off side of road||44.61527, -111.11874|
The place is ok, but for big rigs a bit tricky … and almost impossible to level out
|5 km’s outside Beaufort West||-32.34574, 22.62226|
Still a great spot especially if you pull in at night for an early morning Yosemite from the east. We arrived after dark with plenty of room left, but soon got surrounded by many vehicles. Hardly any traffic, river sound is great and drowns out the neighbors. First bit of road looks rough but after that there is old paved ground. closer to the river is most level.
|One night stay||37.95182, -119.22535|
Free dump station near the propane tank, really clean
|Grey Rock Dump Station||47.37381, -68.30468|
i got a hot shower today (female). Toilet was very clean and people so nice.
|Peaje Santa Ana||-27.42809, -55.62948|
manager was asked to allow me to stay at night AND she Said no. camping 3 km before this place
|parking of Santa Anna Cruz||-27.33569, -55.58766|
spend a night here, nobody bothered us. Good place to stop on the go
|Terrible's Road House||35.78171, -115.33284|
Free water fill as described. Spigot with hose by air station right side next to entrance.
|Pilot Potable Water||43.21583, -121.78361|
Ranger told us that there is no dispersed camping allowed within the National Scenic Corridor.
|Rock pit spur road||48.56916, -120.78078|
We stayed one night. It was a very quiet night. felt safe. The only thing to say is that in our opinion its better continue the dirty road up a little bit because early in the morning come people to pray. No amenities. No phone signal.
|picnic and camp spot||16.54734, -95.94877|
Town is open. very friendly people. You can go to the lake but not with the vehicle, only walking. Very beautiful place. we slept in our big rig in the entry of the lake.
|Public lakeside recreational area||16.46659, -93.99911|