Amazing location. 4wd is needed. Lockers probably needed if it’s ever wet.
This is a parking lot at a dog and disk golf/ mountain bike park next to a grocery store. In the parking lot next to the train car there is water and power if needed and seems to be a public source. Stayed here over night.
|Troy Timbereast Park||48.45727, -115.89176|
Great landromat. Helpful owner. Clean, not too busy. Large machines.
|Laundromat (Captains Quarters)||45.78674, -84.73455|
Hidden gem. Great spot to park and camp. Big rigs might have trouble getting to the waterfront, but we did it with a sprinter van. Dog friendly, no amenities.
|Search Bay Sites||45.99341, -84.51495|
Nice place to stop for a coffee and cinnamon bunns!
|Farm Market||54.05611, -124.85215|
We drove there on Sep 16th and found out it was closed for the season mid Sep! Big gate is locked at the entrance. GPS also took us to a residential street which is wrong!! It’s entrance is right off 101 or Sunshine Coast Highway. Luckily we drove another 15 mins to Porpoise Bay Provincial park, which is just as nice and a lot spots available for mid Sep!!
|Roberts Creek Provincial Park||49.44070, -123.67173|
Lugar estruturado, bastante área de sombra. pessoal bem atencioso. fácil acesso. Lugar com churrasqueiras, pessoal dispõe de lenha. possui lancheira, servem pastel, lanches e comidas.
|Fazenda Três Fronteiras||-25.06579, -51.29876|
Jubilee Lake Campground. Umatilla National Forest campground. 12 miles off Hwy 204 near Toll Gate. Washboard road, passable by 2wd vehicles. Pit toilets and water. Swimming and boat ramp. No RV hookups. Gorgeous lake and lake side trail. Pretty quiet, though popular spot with families and fishers. Lots of level sites many first come first serve. The lake is a gem. Stayed here two nights. $17/nt seems a little steep but it was easy and quiet. No cell service to speak of (1 bar LTE first night).
|Jubilee Lake||45.83102, -117.96840|
Entire fry’s parking lot fenced up. With no entry.
|Fry's Electronics parking lot||47.49879, -122.19868|
Well - today was a strange travel day. Since it was raining cats and dogs I decided to spent my last Lekë for an accommodation. Riding with my motorbike was not really funny. At the time of my visit there was three options available and I ended up staying at this place which I kind of regret in the end.
All of them cost 10€ the night and 5€ for breakfast and 5€ for dinner. I don’t know much of the very last place at the end of the road but it was very crowded that time so I kept on searching. The second place (the very first one to the left) was nice and with a huge flat area for camper vans. Also some shady trees. Rooms are everywhere same same - simple bets for up to 5. Only downside there was the room in the second floor and since I didn’t want to carry all my wet stuff up I kept on searching.
Now comes the weird thing. Once I told them at the place I stayed in the end that I am going to pay with my last Lekë (1500 which is even more then 10€ and another 5€, also my last cash, for the dinner) there mood changed quite to the negative. They started a huge discussion about it for minutes. At a certain moment I just didn’t care anymore and decided to take it as it is. I really didn’t see the problem. I spoke with some Albans later and they told me kind of the same story. This time I should have left already. Anyhow - dinner for me was some overcooked pasta and salat and a glass of water. Some other tourists next table had fish and meat and some red wine. When I asked them for a glass of wine they said there is no more ?!? So - this is Not a very albanic mentality but I think for some reason they wanted to cut expenses down because I didn’t give them the good €. Has maybe something to do with the fact that they live closer to a bigger Montenegro city then some other in Albania. The room was ok. Shower and toilet is outside - no hot water, no light. The other one had a bathroom in the house. I will set another marker when I leave the village. So maybe one of you can enjoy a better hospitality. When I payed my 1500L + 5€ they took it if it was poisoned. Also no goodbye… I really didn’t get it…
The road itself is just mindblowing. The village is really nothing special. The view from the valley into the surrounding mountains is nice though. ;-) Try you luck with Lekë and let me know…
|Weirdo Hostel||42.58925, 19.71431|
|Byways no Highways||
Nice rustic campground ! Toilets are flush and clean. Short walk to a uncrowned experience of real Maine coastline!
|McClellan Park||44.48636, -67.85405|
Great place. Easy access in my 30’ class c towing a Prius. Right at mile marker 91.
|Fremont River South Shore||38.27559, -111.08762|
Tap has been removed.... .
|Porters Lake Provincial Park||44.68979, -63.30300|
Far enough from the highway the noise isn't too bad. Toilets open, but water fountains are closed
|Rest stop||38.75476, -111.41740|
gas station near capitol reef, also has propane
Beautiful spot! No Verizon cell service.
|Kluane Lake 3 - NICE||61.15731, -138.56047|
Encontramos esse lugar por acaso. Fica a 300m da rodovia, de frente pro mar e é gratuito. Não tem energia nem água potável. Dormimos duas noites bem tranquilas. Local seguro e com uma vista incrível.
|Pé na areia Barra Grande||-8.99283, -35.20222|
Parked near the side of the lot which had the least amount of traffic. Was pretty much left alone. A good spot for city free camping.
Free showers at the campground. If you park at the country store you can walk over to the bathhouse and use the showers without having to drive thru the campground registration station. However you will need to pay the park entrance fee which is currently $7 for Indiana residents and $9 for out of staters.
|Brown County State Park campground||39.15542, -86.23027|
There is also a spigot by the day use bathroom.. I added a photo
|State Park dump (donation based)||44.41602, -119.08692|
Nice place to stop for the nite, more than 3 spots I think
|Barnhouse Campground (free)||44.47394, -119.93466|
Nice, quiet spot. Road is a bit bumpy but should be fine for most vehicles. Some fire rings, pit toilet in the woods a bit behind the signboard.
|Hueco Wall||50.90174, -116.43506|
Industrial Works for a night if you are low key and are driving a reasonable rig It’s right on the water It is a parking lot for a marina, boat repair yard on a road that leads to the Terminal Island prison
I’ve seen quite a few van types here many times
|Terminal Island||33.73176, -118.26849|
A quick, easy (although uphill), dog-friendly trail to break up the drive!
|Interpretive Trail||61.02539, -138.50613|
The sound of the waves is just divine. No Verizon cell service.
|Kluane Lake 1||61.00704, -138.43689|
Large clearing big enough for lots of vehicles. Accessible from the North East Corner of the rest stop.
Highway is far enough away that its not noisy.
Big sky location with no amenities. Bring what you need and remove what you bring.
Wonderful spot with many different campsites, there must be at least a dozen spots. Saw some fly fishermen down by the bridge. Easy to find, just follow the instructions. The ruts are deeper down by the river so we took the route where you take the first path to the left and then around. We had our Ford Transit extended camper with a small (5x8) trailer and had no problems. Please take your garbage with you and keep this place beautiful!
Just as everyone says. People are super friendly. There was a supply of firewood for the Grill. Four picnic tables and nice gravel pull out. No bathrooms.
|Thornlea / Colliers Bay||47.60827, -53.72031|
Temporarily closed :-(
|Haines junction, Village bakery cafe & shop||60.78544, -137.68138|
This visitor center, and the Park in general, is free to get into so anyone can come in without paying. There is excellent free wifi in the cafeteria area inside the building as well as a place to fill up water bottles. I did some work and downloaded movies on my laptop all of which had great internet speed. Nice spot to hang out and use the wifi after a cave tour.
|Wind Cave Visitor Center||43.55638, -103.47819|