We stayed here during 3 nights. Very beautiful place in front of Bwindi Forest. From there, the gorillas trekking of Nkuringo is very near.
|Bwindi Backpackers Lodge||-1.10300, 29.65102|
Amazing - v clean portapotties, strong Verizon service, no T-Mobile
|Moon Lake Recreation Camp Site 2||41.25126, -76.04120|
Seasonal park open April 15 thru October 15.
|Cedar River Campground||41.64649, -91.12765|
Awesome spot, gets a bit windy at night. The sunset here is amazing so make sure you get in before that. Great cell reception(Verizon) Spotify and videos load instantly. Room for probably 3-4 larger rigs parked close to each other. Spot is on a slight slant so, if you want to be level, blocks are a must. Traffic is very very light, I’ve only heard a few cars all today and none after about 8 pm. There is a lot of trash in the bushes surrounding. Picked up what I could get to. Looks like some of the other spots coming here were closed with rocks so it would be nice to keep this one clean and open.
|Gibraltar Road Pullout||34.48135, -119.68500|
Small pull off on the entrance to the preserve, which is the start of a class 6. Enough space for a van or smaller camper. One-nighter to crash is what it’s worth. Limited VZW, a little noisy with traffic.
|Ossipee Pine Barrens Preserve||43.84179, -71.18545|
Well run rustic camp well kept grass private camping sites with water, power, zink, Table nook.
Great hospitality & assistance - kudus to Adam, Jackie & Marc being great hosts.
|Fiddlers Creek||-28.69009, 17.58360|
Perfect for tent or caravan. Near the beach. Closed. Provided by wiaje.com
|Wiaje Wild Camping near The beach||-37.30567, -57.00484|
Pull of near intersection of FS roads. This is a bit nicer than "hills of hoh" which was dark and dirty. This site is better for a van and much more sun. Made camp at 5pm and the only vehicle that passed was a local in an ATV with a huge, well groomed labradoodle named Sassy that played with our dog. We changed our dinner menu when the man returned and offered us a pound of chanterelles that he just picked. Who says you should not eat wild mushy given to you by a stranger in the woods.
|Hills of Hoh||47.82097, -124.13570|
A dry campsite by a lake for $25/night, with a water spigot 50 feet away. I used a 1/2" pipe nipple into the blue faucet bib with two connector hoses to fill up my rig.
|Cape Disappointment State Park||46.28371, -124.05456|
Parking area for Jeep road to the right or walking trail to the left. 5-6 campsites, 1 on right suitable for truck camper. Not suitable for high or larger vans.
|Black River Wild Forest- McKeever Parking Area||43.61252, -75.09049|
As others said, good quiet spot to spend the night. Open lot with a few other RVs.
|Presque Isle Downs & Casino||42.06546, -80.03423|
River coming up from the mountains, very clear, may be not drink Water.
|Natural big Spring.||42.93713, 42.15100|
Nice spot for a VAN. No spot for tent.
|Halte municipale Notre Dame de Pontmain||46.28366, -75.63037|
nice woodsy campground with hiking trails going off up the hill. Sites are well separated.
|Sitting Bull Campground||44.19123, -107.21367|
Enter at the main entrance on Harshman and take an immediate left. There are power boxes along the fence line and goat barn. Self pay kiosk is near the goat barn, $20
|Rawlins Fairgrounds||41.78366, -107.16193|
large-ish campground.. easy In and out. http://campcadillac.com/
|Camp Cadillac||44.28148, -85.36625|
Definitely find somewhere else to park. Yes, it appears that it is allowed but I left at 11:00 at night and moved to a Walmart due to the fact that there were two people doing drugs there. I watched them walk up to a car, then over to what was an empty shell of a porta potty and go inside together. They were clearly already high at that point. The parking area was littered with trash and so was the park. I didn’t feel safe there.
|Back Cove Trail Parking||43.66472, -70.26719|
The stores closed at 10 PM so it was really quiet for a Walmart supercenter. Not sure if those are the normal hours or the off-season or Covid hours. We parked on the back end of the parking lot near the hotel. Great Verizon service in the morning. Highly recommend.
|Palmyra Walmart Supercenter||44.83719, -69.29133|
Peaceful place near the lake.
|Parador Turistico San Buenaventura||9.86773, -83.64501|
We drove from Santiago to San Pedro. The unpaved section was not easy with our motobikes. Some people around but no one stopped us. No bad experience.
As promoted, there is free dumping of tanks and fresh water and propane. We even picked up a spare part we couldn't get from King TV.
|Dump FREE Colton RV||43.08062, -78.87423|
No more refilling
|Constantini LTD||-13.98527, 33.77144|
A very good rest area for actually getting some rest. There are places to park with a good distance from both the interstate and the truck parking, ground is pretty level, restrooms are clean.
|Rest Area||36.53831, -89.59485|
Probably due to covid and having not too many guests the toilets and showers haven’t been cleaned for a long time. There’s no hot water. 10 USD pp seems a bit much for what is left.
|Amabere Waterfall Campsite||0.66849, 30.22553|
Quiet solitude with a nice view on top of a hill looking down into meadows. Strong Verizon signal. Can be a bit windy.
|Elk Meadow- BLM land||45.29880, -118.96895|
This is the first rest stop we have stayed overnight and we felt safe and thankful the entire night. There are so many grassy areas overlooking the most beautiful scenery. Perfect spot to let our pup run around. The bathrooms are plentiful and clean. Very good cell service (Verizon and Metro).
|Riddle Rest Stop. Southbound.||42.94310, -123.29332|
we spent one night there, it's very quiet indeed.
|Ingwe Beach Parking||-28.37904, 32.41009|
O Posto aceita pernoite após às 19h. Banheiros sem chuveiro.
|SHELL Fuel Station (24/7)||-22.73375, -45.58462|
Terrific place. Many deer wandering around this morning - our 2nd morning here. We can here the fawns calling for their mothers. And the coyote howling last night! Very close to the campervan - 100 metres or less. Maybe they were after the rabbits.
So come here for the wildlife. And enjoy the trails through the hoodoos.
CBC at 1010.
|Dinosaur Provincal Park Campground||50.75743, -111.51589|
What an amAsing place to sleep. The view on the Atlantic ocean is awesone. Plage et vague au rendez-vous. Venteux mais si stationner vers les sapin ses parfait
|Chimney Corner Beach||46.38970, -61.16722|