temporarily close due to fire domage
|Go fresh laundromat in Penticton||49.49386, -119.61001|
Beautiful little nook alongside the Chena. We backed into the spot to the far right side and had a great view of the river. There was a fire ring, bugs weren’t bad until sundown and there was no chance of cell service with AT&T.
|Chena - Mile 38.2 River Access||64.89877, -146.40301|
Passamos duas noites em frente à praia. A rua é calma e pequena, por isso não tem muito movimento de carros. O lugar é tranquilo, possui chuveiros gelados na saída da praia, mas não há sanitários. Há mercado e restaurantes próximos.
|Vila Nova behind the beach||-28.26576, -48.68324|
It wasn't busy and it wasn't noisy. Nice emergency stop and even a quick overnight after spending the day in Gananoque.
|Shorelines Casino (Thousand Islands )||44.34195, -76.13996|
Great spot! The center was closed, but the restaurant and gas station across the parking have convenient restrooms as well. They open early and close late.
Some semi trucks will rumble in and out of said parking at night, but overall it's pretty tranquil.
|White River Tourist Information Centre||48.59199, -85.27621|
We were camped here but a worker from Wearhouser came and said it was private property and camping isn’t allowed.
|NF55 East View||44.27596, -124.04107|
it was a perfect spot for us to park and then bounce around to see the falls. we didn't need the power but it was available. We took advantage of the water and dump station to do laundry and longer showers.
|Gander RV formerly camping world||44.42072, -70.81224|
Official US forest service campsite next to creek. Just off Highway 58 it is a hole through but slope. Can stay for one night. Right next to creek!
|Hwy 58/Virginia Creeper 1 & 2||36.64550, -81.71988|
Call out/cold through campsite next to the highway. Part of the US forest service. Can camp one night for free. Right next to creek
|Hwy 58/Virginia Creeper 3||36.65298, -81.69964|
We were not able to find this dirt parking. I do think we found the power plant which had its gate closed. We moved on.
|Cascadas Micos||22.10881, -99.15983|
Drove to the entrance only to find the road blocked with a ‘closed due to covid’ sign. The state is currently orange level.
|Acampa Cascada de Minas Viejas||22.37553, -99.31850|
Small, national forest campground with 4 designated campsites along a river.
|BLM - Big Bend Camp||44.78043, -119.61050|
Really really nice little laundry place. Lady speaks some english and is super smiley.
|Magic Clean - lady Ilsa||8.78606, -82.65077|
Cute area! Was awoken by fisherman at 530am, but, thanks to the previous post, I was expecting it. Would definitely stay here again.
|Rice Lake Wildlife Management Area||43.38401, -93.48854|
An established campground with 10 sites and a day use area. Mostly clean, though the hosts should clean out the fire pits more regularly. Cost of $12 a night can't be beat. Two pit toilets with TP are available for use.
The whole site is situated around a small sunken pond\lake.
|Martin's Lake Recreation Site||49.48944, -120.48457|
Me and Bella my EB stayed here on September 10th 2021. I got a nice beach front spot and watched a beautiful sunset and sunrise. The only negative and its expected is, loud vehicle noise and rude people, spinning their tires and making loud exhaust noise at 3am.
|Edge of Sea Lion Cove||38.94385, -123.73272|
Sinaloa’s style antojitos. Don’t miss the costras, the octopus one is delicious!
|El Mexicanito||19.41677, -99.16580|
Large gravel lot on blm land, plenty of places to park on quiet road
|Irish canyon snowmobile park||42.64378, -109.47006|
Such an amazing, free area to camp in the Lolo National Forest along the banks of the Clark Fork River. Stayed for four nights and never want to leave. This site was huge and offered total privacy from the road. Very clean portapotty and pit toilet available. Good cell service on ATT. No garbage, so pack it all out. Road in is one of the best dirt roads we've seen and any size vehicle can fit here. Can stay for 16 days! We tried using GPS to get to the other pins along this road, but ended up a bit confused. You want to be on the lookout for the NF sign that says "Peninsula" and turn down that road. It loops back around along the river.
There are changes to this park. There is now 10 sites with full hook ups and the nightly fee is $25.
|Ohairi Park and Campground||49.09309, -118.67791|
Rates for 2022 will be going up to $30 plus $5 hydro!
|Frank Carpenter Memorial Campground + Park||49.09305, -118.67785|
Average at best. We cane with the intention to camp (tent) but as the forecast called for serious rain we opted for a room with fan. Turns out it was the wettest week end if the year so it was a good idea in that respect HOWEVER...
|El Pacific Surf House||13.92731, -91.18436|
Mara Explorers Camp has now been permanently closed by the owners. The land had been returned to the landlord.
|Mara Explorers Camp||-1.49310, 35.36076|
Spent one night and most of a day here. Perfect: large spots (for cars/trucks with trailers without having to unhitch, or for people travelling with 2 vehicles like us), clean bathrooms, and even a sink on the outside of the lady's bathroom with tap water and two 220V electrical plugs(!). To top it off, very good data signal for Entel cellphones. The downside is lots and lots of trucks... apart from the noise, these truck drivers maneuver like madmen and one came literally *inches* from hitting our motorhome.
|Area de descanso Zapallar||-32.52223, -71.26180|
Large bin to drop off plastic containers and bags, paper and magazines, aluminum and steel cans. No glass, styrofoam. Garbage bins also available.
|Recycling and trash drop off||42.09737, -111.89022|
A parking lot you can use for free. the night was very calm and the waterholes are nice to spend a relaxed day. I was all alone there but it’s the pandemic and it looks like they are preparing for many tourists here. Construction for a little restaurant is ongoing. Locals are friendly and with distance. Visiting the archeological parc was not possible due to the pandemic.
|Hualco Archeological Site Parking Lot||-28.48802, -67.11973|
Lots of Camping in San Juan National Forest Verizon is 1-3 bars depending on the site. It appears significant increase to be after the cattle guard. Turkey Springs trail system is near too! No Amenities! Pack in pack out! Please pick up after your dog poo and don’t leave trash behind! Camping in the National forest is our Privilege and it DOES get taken away when people don’t keep it clean. Beautiful area and a little traffic noise from nearby neighborhoods but I think it’s pretty great here noise from incoming campers goes on dirt road until about 10 pm
|Turkey springs campground||37.32426, -107.14179|
Easy access, managed to pitch my tent without any trouble. Quiet noisy tho (they chop the corn in this season so lots of tractors early morning).
|In the countryside near the Via Francigena||45.08326, 9.68650|
Great area a little crowded from my liking but it worked for a quick overnight
|Henry Lake BLM||44.61667, -111.41572|
Hôte très accueillant. Emplacement tel que décrit. Notre classe C de 24 pieds y était à l'aise. On a pu se brancher 15A et remplir notre réservoir. Situé dans un quartier résidentiel paisible toute la nuit.
|Chez Westy||46.35873, -72.62085|