-Very open but not too windy and not a soul in sight
|Wood Road 16, Mesa Falls Scenic Byway, Targhee NF||44.30394, -111.43403|
the machine accept only 2$ 1$ and 25cent. no change machine. super clean no problem
|Sanitation Dump||49.92522, -119.51740|
A gravel pull off, level, large enought to feel safe, nice water view, not to busy road (no truck) quiet at night. beach with wooden logs on the other side off the street. no sign. very good internet signal 5g. close to the dump station and water.
A great little spot off of Dick Way
Verizon service is STRONG with this one! (100+/Mbs Down and 25+/Mbs Upload!)
He's a smaller one, but enough to get the job done without a doubt!
no campfire spot (fire ban anyways)
made it here with my 21 Toyota Venza AWD but im sure its doable with less capible vehicles.
The entrance in is a little steep and might be a problem for lower clearance vehicles, but take it slow and youll make it in. :)
Not SUPER level, but gets the job done.
Space left for a tent and your vehicle.
good spots to go off and dig a hole to relieve yourself
Blueberry and Blackberry bushes ON SITE?! 😯 (Its sept '21 and theres ripe ones and ones still coming in!) (there is other berries here that look like blueberries but we arent so sure about them! know before you eat!)
okay overall this site isnt the biggest, or the MOST secluded, (lots of hunters claiming pulloffs by parking their cars at the entrances) but boy oh boy we think it has a lot to offer!
|Dick Way Pullout||44.11761, -123.90021|
Don’t go there if you want to fill your water thank, the tap is to far from the parking lot unless you have a 50’ hose.
|Centennial Playing Fields||50.99336, -118.20416|
Lovely streetfood in between the Buzz with the locals and the local smells.
free parkingspace in the city, 15minutes by feet to the harbour
|Parking in Tulcea||45.18018, 28.78346|
NRE offering 3 Campsite at their Power station Pungwe B directly on the river. Very nice place with shower and toilets. Each site have power, a brai and there is one building which you can use to sit in. No mobile signal.
|NRE camp at Hydro Station||-18.42949, 32.84490|
Bar de carretera, por 5€ te permite dormir en el parking bajo los olivos.
|Olive Garden parking||36.97574, 21.66367|
Old “refugio” on the side of the road. You can spend the night here. It’s in the middle of nowhere. No faccilities nor water.
|Refugio vialidad||-30.53079, -69.28403|
Hot showers in clean, private rooms. $5.75 a shower. Good wifi in the parking lot too.
|Petro Pass||46.13029, -64.88172|
Nous changer d’avis et allons coucher ailleur. Trop isolé
|Le Prospecteur Hiking Trails||47.37589, -68.31367|
really good spot tucked behind some trees with a outstanding view. About 25 meters from the road, but it isn't busy.
|oceanfront roadside||56.83744, -5.80391|
Nice small campground in the back of the guesthouse. We payed 60lei for two people and a van. Bathroom is clean and quit western style.
|Backyard of Casa di Duse||45.73190, 24.58418|
I asked the bartender & he said I'm more than welcome to stay. He said people come from all over & stay it's apart of Harvest Host. Definitely get yourself a beer or food if you stay the staff is so kind. And tip well! They're short staffed.
|Snow Eagle Brewery & Pub||43.49508, -112.04528|
Bel endroit super bien aménagé! Électricité, eau non potable, toilettes de luxe avec douche! Table à pic-nic, banc pour s'asseoir et regarder le paysage et le magnifique couché de soleil! On peut y pêcher et aller se promener sur le bord de l'eau, terrain de jeu pour enfant, sérieusement, chapeau à la ville pour leurs belles installations! Je recommande fortement!
Nice roadside spot on a river that’s big enough for 3 or 4 small campers. We stopped here for the night on our way to Bryce. Keep an eye out for an unmarked break in the guard rail on the left, 6 miles south of I-70 on route 89. No facilities or cell service but there are trees and some shade. Public restrooms are 3 miles south.
|89 South pulloff||38.54720, -112.26792|
Parking lot right next to the highway, during the day it’s a spot for fishing. There’s about 7 spots to park and a Portapotty not too far away. Gorgeous sunsets right on the water filled with birds. It’s fairly noisy (highway noise) but otherwise super idyllic.
|Pond 1 - Cullinan ranch||38.13533, -122.34468|
Cozy hotel with friendly and helpful owners. Rooms were between 10'000-15'000 AMD, depending on size (only cash), clean, quiet, hot shower, fridge, wifi.
|Hotel Mira||39.50852, 46.34130|
You can no longer camp there. The police told us to leave immediately. They would come back in ten minutes and check if we would still be there. They would charge us with a fine over 100€. All the other cars had to leave as well.
|Sheep camp||45.60803, 24.61745|
great campground in a mossy forest right on diablo lake with trail access. very crowded now, we were lucky to find an open site when we pulled in around 5 p.m. so yes, if you have cell service and you know when you're going to be here, would recommend you make a reservation beforehand. especially if you want a site next to the water.
|Colonial Campground||48.68530, -121.09400|
Previous descriptions are accurate. 2 bars Verizon LTE. I would recommend backing in if you’re over 21ft, especially given the cliff edge.
|Outside National Park||47.80981, -124.08058|
|Life with Spock||
A previous poster must have navigated from a different road when they said it was a long drive on a rough road. I entered the coordinates in Google Maps and it was exactly 1 mile from Route 12 and E. Fork Rd (look for Bryce Wildlife Adventures on the corner), it took three minutes. The road was an excellent shape, not washboard. I arrived at 9:30 PM, didn’t see a camping access off FR091 for the posted coordinates so drove a little further and found a short dirt track (also in good shape) off of the forest service road up a hill near a cattle loading pen.
The area with the cattle loading pen is marked no trespassing, private property and is fenced. The area and front where I parked was not. The coordinates I measured were 37.691819, -112.211169, elevation 7677 feet.
I camped here in a 2 wheel drive campervan.
Added to photos for reference, 1st with cattle loading pens in background, 2nd of dirt track I accessed from FR091.
|East Fork Road||37.69408, -112.20505|
There are three boattours you can take.
1) This three hour tour laves at 15:00 going to the lake area north of Mompos. This is the one where you see a lot of birds and where you can swim in the lake. I booked it via hostel La Casa del Viajero and that was 40.000 pp (see also the orange poster)
2) A sunset tour on a boat with hammocks. One hour for 50.000 pp. Juices and coffee included. (see also the blue poster)
3) A sunset tour on a boat where you have to stand and where they play loud music. They have a fridge full of beer however. (no poster found)
The current friendly staff made this hostel feel like home. Decent and cool matriomonial room with AC and fast wifi for 80.000. Worth it.
|Hostal Casa Bella||9.23997, -74.42357|
Great place to sit on the boulevard terrace in the evening and sip on your local made corozo wine.
Also the place next door (Roberto Nieto) is equally good.
|Santa Coa restaurant/bar||9.24027, -74.42240|
30,000 ($7) per person. Very nice rooms with hot water, tv, private bathroom and comfy beds.
|Hotel Bahio||5.79007, -75.78694|
Very small town with a parque and church. This shop had arepas with queso and tinto. We stopped here for a snack and then kept pedaling to Jardín.
|Small tiendas with snacks and drinks||5.68282, -75.83486|
Great place for overnight!
Another app reports 2 bar Verizon signal. I have to hold phone to window to get the ONE bar to connect.