beautiful spot, easy to drive right to the water, but we didn't spend the night here.once the sun was down, the amount of bugs were unbelievable, they were everywhere, never saw anything like that, the buzz in the air was overwhelming, we had to go somewhere else to sleep.
|Lincoln Point Parking||40.11637, -111.77343|
Easy to find, clean water separate from the dump and rinse water. Filled up before heading back out to boondock!
|Signal Mountain Campground/General Store||43.84205, -110.61157|
this place is no longer available
n'est plus disponible
|Stratera parking||46.04738, -73.11020|
10 am, closed, not a living soul in the area
|Gas Station at Border||40.58844, 75.40848|
The police kicked everyone out at midnight. I was told the park closes at ten. They were nice about it, said it was due to vandalism.
|Red Arrow Park||45.08715, -87.58769|
Yes propane for RV as well as shown in picture was $1.09
|Husky gas||50.03287, -125.26902|
Whistle berry market great food supply. Not open on sundays and holidays!
|Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park||45.56652, -62.77990|
Really good spot to sleep in the area, especially if you are a mountain biker! We enjoyed 3 nights there and just jumped on our bikes in the morning to ride a few trails. There’s lot of space, a pit toilet and it’s quiet compared to the other spots closer to town. Really worth the 10min drive from downtown!
|Griffith Creek Trailhead Recreation Site||50.95877, -118.23001|
really nice spot with good view of the forests, mountains and the Hoh River below. to the right there's a small trail which leads to a small opening with another fire ring. someone put a neon green rope tied to a tree for easier access down to the river. like others mentioned don't park too close to the edge...not stable
|Outside National Park||47.80956, -124.08058|
We had drinks at the brewery last night and during a casual discussion with the owner we found out that their parking lot and all others that aren’t directly in front of Whole Foods are pretty OK to camp in. Several vans around us last night and at least three stayed all night and had coffee at the little shop the next morning. 5G Verizon, the coffee shop opens at 7 am for a restroom and the brewery closes at 10pm.
|Outter Range Brewing Parking Lot||39.58922, -106.09909|
The first part isn’t flat so we went down the road. It is bumpy but can be done with a van. We parked on a flat spot close to a trailer that seem to be installed semi-permanently. There was nobody in it. But at 10h pm, just as we were in bed, they arrived and put on some loud dance music. They clearly wanted us to go away. That’s what we did. We had to find an other spot in the dark. It was quite busy for a sunday night.
|Wooded Area close to trail up in the hills||49.88487, -119.58753|
$2 hot shower. The shower operates by using finger pump for pressure. Very clean and well maintained. Showers are inside the campground.
Also, plenty of water hookups and outlets.
|City campground||48.19516, -93.80331|
nice easy place to spend the nite. pretty quite some rd noise .
|Creston RV parking||49.09454, -116.51096|
Employee parking lot with heated bathrooms. Right near Viking huts.
|Parc national Anse aux Meadows||51.59647, -55.52919|
There is a new no camping sign at the wharf parking, but there were 2 other overnighters as well, and the locals were friendly. Boats went out early in the morning. Just be careful not to block the launch access.
|Mabou Harbour||46.08598, -61.46571|
Nice rest stop with pit toilets. Posted no camping.
|Rest area km 1588||48.67796, -90.79593|
no overnight parking indications here, we left
|Blind Bay||50.88030, -119.37686|
|Nomad N Rad||
What a great spot for a night ( or two!) With possibly the nicest public bathrooms we have ever seen. They are super clean, have hot and cold water and have a sauna feel to them.
|Kings Point public picnic area and bathrooms||49.58336, -56.17744|
|Nomad N Rad||
This is the second time we have stayed at this lovely spot. The bathrooms are open and are well stocked with toilet paper and hand soap. There’s a great loop trail to check out that starts ( or ends) at the boardwalk. Be sure to check it out! It was a great thing to do after our long van trip to get here for the ferry trip tomorrow morning.
|Grand Bay Park||47.58394, -59.18228|
5 big campsites under shady trees all with own ablution, drinking water and power. The lapa with tented accommodation is situated up on a dune with a spectacular view of Kwando floodplain. Camping at 270 pppn. Boatcruises available. Hippos at night are quite an experience at this camp. Recommendable!
|Kazondwe Camp||-17.94904, 23.32011|
A little Place in the Forrest for 2 or 3 tents.
Great free camping! Beautiful scenery in every direction!
|TIOGA STATE FOREST (PA GRAND CANYON)||41.69750, -77.47340|
Pretty active. Not a bad view of the lake. Trucks were idling all night but not so bad. Not bad for a night
|Rest area next to the road||52.40383, -98.91170|
stealth mode. minor road noises but undisturbed all night.
|Near RAD (River Arts District) bike path||35.58557, -82.56678|
Stay for the night so far so quite away from big trucks.
|Flying J||42.66025, -112.20775|
Big parking lot with different Levels. Higher Levels very calm and great to stay overnight. Close to the Center. Cost 10€/24h.
|Lago Orta||45.80155, 8.40771|
Lots of room and quiet. By donation, no water no hydro but it was expected. Fantastic that the owner can share is camp sit to anyone. Thanks
|Shire Free Camping||45.69223, -64.70708|
Very nice, right on the water. But this location is very busy, especially it being a Saturday night. Don’t come here if you want to be alone, as I was approached multiple times by other campers.
|Dude Ranch||43.78139, -99.42625|
As described. Wonderful garden with plenty of fruits you can pick. Nice food and lovely people. Clean rooms and shared bathrooms. We paid 2600 som for two people including dinner and breakfast. If you’re in this area, go to this guesthouse!
|Tamga Guesthouse||42.15454, 77.52468|
This place is permanently closed.
|Pacific City||45.20190, -123.96593|