They are stupid. RVs only no roof top tent on a Jeep. I don’t know what the difference is… the woman said: “ we are an RV resort not a campground.” Well… screw you and your RV Resort!!
|Lakeside Casino& RV Park Pahrump||36.13247, -115.95988|
lugar tranquilo para pasar la noche muy amable los playeros! baños limpios!! duchas no disponibles!!
|YPF Service Station||-43.30345, -65.09281|
Beautiful developed campground with all the amenities. Clean bathrooms, showers included in site fee, water bottle filling station, firewood for purchase, and water/electric hookups
|White Star Park Campground||41.37237, -83.32310|
This Walmart is part of a small mall and as such does not have it's own parking lot. The manager said they had no issues with overnight parking, however we need authority from the mall property managers... theybwere no where to be found. No other rigs in the lot, so we left.
|Walmart Stephenville||48.55079, -58.57416|
I forgot to mention in my last check-in that the cost is $30/night (included electric and water hookups)
|White Star Park Campground||41.37237, -83.32310|
Very nice spot by a lake. Water on side of building was turned off when we were here. Washrooms still closed.
Small parking area next to the truckee river and train tracks. Relatively level and quiet.
|Quilici Ranch Rd parking||39.49811, -119.99353|
|Wendy & Graham||
$66.00 per night (full hookup), after a Good Sam discount and minus the reservation fee (as we just turned up). Well-maintained grounds. Friendly and helpful staff. Immaculately clean washroom, showers and laundry room. On the negative side, the sites are crowded - we could look into the rigs on either side of us, and hear them clearly. We managed to pick up decent wifi (parked close to the router) but if you want more wifi, you must pay per device. You must also pay for showers. The worst thing is the traffic noise which is loud and constant all night. Access from the highway is tricky so watch the highway signs carefully. Some beautiful trees provide shade.
|Bridgeview RV Resort||49.71110, -112.87212|
Lakeside campground. Has lots of tent space and RV spots with water and electric. A few sheltered picnic tables scattered around. $5 for tents, $15 for RVs. Looks like swimming available.
|Murtaugh Lake Campground||42.46152, -114.17061|
This is a family run restaurant-hotel with a pool and a big green area. Camping is 40,000 and a private room is 60,000 (for two people). We were a bit hesitant to go down the steep little road that takes you from the main road to the entrance of the hotel (biking down takes 1 minute, very quick). Once we got down we were kindly welcomed, saw the room and decided to stay.
We are on bikes and this was a perfect place to rest before the big climb to Jericó the next morning. La porra was great! Simple and affordable - very comfy. Bikes fitted perfectly in our room, we had a fan, a tv, two beds and a private bathroom. The pool is dead during the week so veryyyyy quiet night of rest :)
Food: the restaurant has a lot of food during the weekend but during the weekdays the cook is out so they order food from another place down the main road (Martinata Restaurant) and a motorcycle will bring it to you. The place is called Martinata is literally 5min walking (slow) down the main road. I wrote a small review for that place too, it was great food!
|Balneario-Restaurante La Porra||5.97314, -75.83518|
Me… Sorry, the HGS-Systeme still exciste! We where on 3x Shell station where they told, it doesn’t exciste, yes they first 100. Km after the Greece_turquei border, is free, indeed. Then direction Istanbul, you get ticket on the highway-toll, you can pay with credit-card!! Then after Istanbul, started the HGS-Systeme, at there Shell station they told, we have 15. days time to pay …. for us going to Georgia, we should pay at the HGS-office on the border to Georgia!!!! We shall see! Cameleon. ( Dificult to find any one, how speaks an foreign language, on our way…)
|Border Turkey - Greece||40.93352, 26.33099|
The turn off hwy3 is just west of the turn for the American border. The road down is quite lumpy. Wouldn’t take a low car down it easily. Large lot, somewhat flat. You could fit several rigs easily. It’s on the Trans Canada Trail so great access for biking and walking. It’s above the river with spectacular views of the gorge on both sides of the trestle that spans the river.
|Cascade Trestle parking lot||49.01725, -118.22428|
Stayed here the night of 9/6/21. Nice parking lot that is pretty flat. About 7 other vans and truck campers there when we stayed. No issues over night. Nice and quiet. Pit toilet very clean. 2-3 bars of Xfinity mobile and t-mobile
|Bonanza flat Trail head large parking lot||40.60573, -111.51743|
great location. place for around 12 RV. quiet place and no problems we stayed here for 1 night. right nwxt to this place is an official campground.
|Street Parking||48.51692, -122.60811|
Best camping spot I've stayed at. Long dirt road down to the lighthouse. But enough space for many larger rigs, we are 50ft long and had no issues. Stayed right by the cliff and the views were breathtaking!
|Cap Egmont Lighthouse||46.40160, -64.13218|
Free street parking
|Downtown Palmer||61.59820, -149.11505|
As described, clean well kept park. They speak English and Spanish. $500 pesos for full hook ups. We took advantage of the level clean hounds and speedy WiFi. Higher fee than what we have been paying but still very worth it. We will stay here again in a few days. They do still offer al acarte options for those passing through.
|Campestre Maranatha||24.09778, -110.38737|
Le parc semble entièrement en construction/rénovation. Impossible d’y accéder en date du 6 septembre 2021.
|Wellesley Park||50.38403, -105.53195|
You must reserve a site online (recreation.gov) or by calling 877-444-6777. We showed up without a reservation and the camp host was rather surly about it. There is minimal cell phone service on ATT so we had to drive a few minutes up the road. We were able to book a same day site without any problems because the campground was dead. It appears all sites are dry and cost $22. All sites have obstructed view of the lake due to trees. Potable water, dish washing sinks, dump, garbage, and free hot showers available. Small swim beach and boat ramp also.
|Springy Point NFS||48.23620, -116.58495|
Many RV parks will not allow you to wash clothes after Burning Man due to the alkaline dust and they recommend this facility. Free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
|Wishy Washy Laundromat||41.53148, -120.17376|
Parked overnight in parking lot of community sports complex. Kids loved playground. Very quiet after it closed at 10:30.
|Parking au calme||34.17582, -118.61371|
Quiet spot for a night! Large parking on grassy area just before/after boat lock. Access to fire pits and some picnic tables. A couple of other campers stayed and a tent was pitched. Beautiful views of the lake!
|Narrows Lock Picnic Area||44.70380, -76.29566|
Can confirm, didn't pay and got no ticket.
|Maffeo Sutton Park Parking lot||49.17143, -123.94014|
Great place to do a few loads. Pay by credit card via Wall units or Laundry Boss app. Lots of machines. Papa John Pizza across the street for eats.
|Dixie Laundromat||37.10759, -113.56151|
This spot works just fine :)
Great place outside of Bryce, easy to find in the dark. Labor day and just one other RV. Quick drive out again!
|Small spot near Bryce||37.73080, -112.09409|
this is a narrow, somewhat steep, dirt road into the mountains out of town. there are some parking lots and pulloffs for car camping or tent camping. this location is under a powerline, but there is another better large parking lot/trailhead 5 minutes uphill. moderate cell reception all over mountain. road is flat and not washed out or rocky and does not require four-wheel drive, but would be difficult to climb under snowy or muddy conditions due to grade.
|Round Mountain National Forest||37.17045, -81.15227|
State campground in the Porcupine Mountains. Electric only sites, several right on Lake Superior. Bathhouse with warm showers and a laundry facility. Michigan recreation passport required in addition to campsite fee. Strongly recommend advance reservations.
|Union Bay Campground||46.82456, -89.64082|
At the end of the old Prairie River Mouth Provincial Reserve road. Appears the locals use as a boat launch. Road access is narrow and good for Jeep or AWD. Space for a couple of tents. Water access to Prairie Cove. No fire pit. No cell service.
|Pebble cove||48.78173, -86.78836|
Same previous review. 3 RV spots in between the Cracker Barrel, the BP gas station and a Lion’s Choice drive thru.
|Sullivan Cracker Barrel||38.21021, -91.17102|