Awesome spot to park and overlook the ocean from above. Short walk down to the sand. The ground is very level on most areas and ocean street goes pretty far for free overnight parking. Stayed in my skoolie and was not bothered at all
|Ocean Blvd||33.59516, -117.87687|
Great peaceful area, good cell signal and lots of trails.
|Cibola NF||35.04782, -106.35381|
No more rv parking here. A few sign no rv or motorroom parking.
|Banff trainstation||51.18350, -115.56976|
Finally find the place… so forget my recent review. It was at the right of the train station, the first parking, where we see the no rv parking, cause us a little confusion. Pass a little monticule then you arrived in a big parking lot. It’s a 9hrs free parking.
|Banff trainstation||51.18248, -115.57375|
Rua Gago Coutinho, 56, Laranjeiras- RJ. Good and safe Garage Park for small RVs.
|Garagem Azevedo||-22.43719, -43.17767|
René Delmotte is a real Ioverlander. i was broken down on the highway. it is stop and said come home, i have all the necessary tools and i know a lot of people and places to help you. before we were very lucky to have met René, he did everything to help us out. I cannot thank René enough. now we have one more friend
|Our home is your home!||-23.48440, -46.91889|
|Brian and Marisha||
Close to highway for a quick overnight sleep. Wouldn’t want to really camp here long term but a perfect road travel pitstop
|North East Lyman||41.41360, -110.17971|
|Brian and Marisha||
A perfect road travel pitstop. Wouldn’t necessarily want to camp here long term but great for an overnight. Right off the highway which makes it easy
|North East Lyman||41.41220, -110.17849|
BURNED HOT IN DIXIE FIRE. DANGEROUS. Falling trees.
|Room With A View!||40.68859, -121.39477|
BURNED IN DIXIE FIRE..DANGEROUS SPOT FULL OF DEAD FALLING TREES ONTO CAMP SITES AND ROAD CREATING BLOCKADES OVERNIGHT.
|Lassen National Forest spot||40.67976, -121.39313|
Tried Rogue's site and thought this spot easier to get to. very rough road. You will want clearance. View of Shasta and Lassen, however, rocky and shrubbery- hard on feet, including dog feet.
|Double Mountain||40.70969, -121.41837|
welcome center. pavilions with picnic tables,trash cans,charcoal grills and water spigots available for public use and free of charge.
|Siloam Springs welcome center||36.17546, -94.56200|
Classic Walmart parking lot, parked where employees park and had no problems
Very nice place to just stay the night.Free but they ask for a donation which we always donate.Have stayed here 3 nights in the last 2 years.
|Ray and Donna’s Free RV Park||34.23782, -102.74591|
the water spicket is to the left of the building.
|Grand Staircase Natl Monument Visitor Center||37.04264, -112.51192|
one of our prefered living museum in Namibia. More authentic than most of the others. Important in our opinion is that the San are living permanently in the village that can also be visited to learn a little bit about the normal life in the bush.
|Khwe Living Museum||-18.09460, 21.65024|
Potable water tap for full up and rear of gas station. Just ask attendant. Open from 6am-10pm.
|Mobil gas station at superstore||50.28514, -119.27068|
great place and best to stay up near containers.
|Bear River Casino||34.61321, -111.86447|
Great camping spot outside the park with a nice grassy area to set up camp. There is a dedicated area where you are allowed to braai but you need to pay for this and there is no other place to braai..... Hot showers with nice toilets, this is a place worth camping at and is a fraction of the price of camping in the park. The owners son, Anthony was amazing in assisting us with info of the area and also sort out our data issue with vodacom 😊. The cost is 10USD per person per night to camp, THS 5000 car levy( this is apparently a government requirement, we are not sure if this was legit or not?), THS 5000 to use the braai and THS5000 should you need fire wood.... This was nice for a one night stop... If you continue towards the park just around the corner from the camp site there is a clearing on the left hand side of the road where on a clear day you will be able to get photos of Kili
|Coffee Tree Campsite & Chalets||-3.25899, 37.51746|
Basic rest area parking lot with gas and a McDonalds.
|Kansas Rest Area||37.36714, -97.32294|
|Nomad N Rad||
The water is at pump #1 only. There is no hose so be sure to have your own.
|Nomad N Rad||
We set up a little further down along the water on Water St. It was quieter there and there was a nice green space with picnic tables and 2 gazebos. The friendly guy on the golf cart( Pete) gave us some tips on restaurants and then generously gave us the code for the showers for the boaters!
|Water front Memorial Park||35.54189, -77.05727|
Campground looks smallish. It was empty. I turned right before the pay board towards picnic area? Then a left on the road before picnic places. Dirt road with some sand traps, especially the “river” a dry sand bed. I stopped before river and camped there. More places further up the road, maybe with 4x4? Sand is the issue here.
|Cimarron Campground||37.14212, -101.82382|
Quick and easy border crossing, really friendly guard.
However we needed to buy green card insurance and the Sigal office was closed. The guard let us through and told us to drive to Shkoder to buy it. The Sigal office is on the main roundabout in the city and they were really helpful. €49 for 14 days.
|Vermosh Border||42.58365, 19.77494|
Joaquim and his wife received us with great affection in their backyard, a place with many trees at the foot of the Chico Mendes hill, we parked our motorhome and had excellent support in Ouro Preto.
O Joaquim e sua esposa nos receberam com muito carinho no seu quintal, um lugar com muitas árvores no pé do morro Chico Mendes, estacionamos nosso motorhome e tivemos um excelente apoio em Ouro Preto.
|Joaquim's farm (quintal)||-10.72704, -62.23103|
Great place to stay, stayed two nights. Then went on to do the cascade loop.
Boa estrutura, fácil acesso. Tem cozinha e geladeira comunitária, banheiros bem limpos e chuveiro quente. Tem alguns quiosques para armar a barraca embaixo. Lugar tranquilo.
|Camping Recanto do Vale||-26.86372, -49.22781|
Sign validating free parking/ camping. 1-4 nights free or donation. 6 dirt parking spots w/ picnic tables. Free power. We pulled our campervan in - only 1 other Trailer parked. Bathrooms and water closed for season. Very sweet “find”.
|Faulkton City Park||45.03681, -99.12676|
Nice quiet place to spend the night. Large pull off fit a bus and a jeep.
|Forest Road||33.69138, -82.18901|
They don’t accept metals, e.g. used up Coleman gas canisters, and Tetra Pak, and few other things, but they can tell you where to drop those off. Still my favorite place to recycle!
|Sedona Recycles||34.86318, -111.79979|