My favorite pull out along this road. There is a lower pull off that looks pretty flat and is medium sized to accommodate a larger van but not as big as I’d want for an RV. Up top, if you have a higher clearance vehicle, is an even better spot with easy access onto the saucer. Great place to relax and wave to people driving by. Great cell reception (Verizon) load videos and music somewhat quickly. Up top is pretty flat if you park correctly and there is room for multiple regular sized SUVs or pickups. Surprisingly clean not much toilet paper or trash.
|Colorful Water Resevoir||34.51570, -119.77856|
Basic campground. We had it to ourselves. November 10; duh. Bathrooms locked. Good shelter from the wind.
|Shel-Oole Campground||48.52336, -111.85339|
Here you can spend the night quiet and safe.
|Havan Balneário Camboriú||-26.99183, -48.64396|
"At the street". We are a couple of SPRINTER VAN LIFE dedicating to exploring new cities, experiencing new cultures, and meeting like-minded individuals! Come along for the ride and don't be afraid to say hi. Here you can spend the night quiet and safe.
|Street Parking||-26.97350, -48.63665|
Nice little spot with his private beach as mentioned before. Calm and peaceful night.
|Beach spot||46.81660, -84.40946|
they have free shower here for truck driver and $10 for non truck drivers but when I showed up they said it's free. It's so difficult to find shower off season. Thanks goodness this place exists. They also have propane station for RV and smaller BBQ tank
|Parc du Quai||48.01613, -66.68237|
Tried to get to Shell Beach using directions in that post, but a large pond had overtaken the sandy road we were taking. I would guess it dries up in a month. We’re 2wd mini van so we just pulled over and tent camped. This area has A LOT of flat sandy spots for tents, vans, anything. Well packed sand this time of year (maybe year round?). Pretty quiet, clean, and empty. No view of the water even though we’re pretty close. Barely hear the highway. Very pleasant. AT&T 3g 2-4 bars. Verizon off and on.
|Sand field||30.77641, -114.71088|
As described by previous visitors. Quiet, clean and calm.
|Rosebud Fishing Access Campground||46.27888, -106.47584|
a welcome haven after a long rainy drive. steep price 38,45$but fullhookup and a pool witj hottub. unfortunately showers in bv a far away other building
|KOA Astoria/Seaside||34.61318, -111.86450|
Nice camping spot on grass next to the lake... Beautiful view just a pity there is a fence in front of the camp, but this is understandable for security. Great restaurant and bar with very very friendly staff.. Mr Kwabe the caretaker is an absolute star and he helps wherever he can. Walking distance to city centre but it is suuuuper busy so we didn't stay long... Great super markets and shops should you want to stock up on groceries. It was a bit loud at the hotel next door in the evenings until about midnight, but after this is was very quiet. The toilets are beautiful and clean. The shower facilities is a bit run down but there is hot water for a nice warm shower... Well worth paying the THS15000 pppn to camp here.. We had a great stay...
|Mwanza Yacht Club||-2.52942, 32.89424|
Fantastic state park near Denver. hiking, Mountain biking, tent camping, RV spots with electric etc. $37 per night for RV site with electric plus $10 park fee.
|Golden Gate Canyon State Park||38.56912, -109.55132|
Had a relaxing night sleeping in my car next to a small pond. This was a small parking lot that intersects a trail and is also a boat launch. Could fit a couple smaller vehicles or tents, wouldn’t recommend anything bigger than a van. Also, if you have time check out the observation platform on the trail. Bad cell service but you get a little bit. Didn’t see anyone the whole night. And don’t drive further than this parking lot, the road gets horrible. Please don’t litter. Enjoy!
|Trailhead parking lot||46.36086, -62.52850|
Propane fill up spot on the way to Death Valley.
|United rentals||35.65133, -117.69640|
|Onda Blu||41.23964, 9.18992|
Nice shady camping on the shores of the lake. Some places have water, most have electricity but be careful some 220V, others 110V. Bathroom facilities are not very clean.
|camping Wust||-25.58158, -52.98227|
Good place, good prise, water avaible.
|Texaco Free water spigot||29.82064, -94.38476|
beautiful spot, but the locals don't seem thrilled to have vanlife here, even if you have a nice fancy rig. woken up at 10pm and again at 6am to a man pounding on my window and then stepping back from the door waiting for me to answer. same guy, dressed in a button down shirt and khakis. he then took off on foot and did the same to others including a fellow vandweller with small children who will no doubt have nightmares the rest of their life about this crazy. I would avoid. like many spots on I-overlander, it's getting too much traffic, drawing attention and will soon get shut down and turned into permit or metered parking.
|Murray Blvd-Ashley River Charleston SC||32.76962, -79.93508|
Newly renovated BLM campground with water and 50/30 amp at each site. Gravel back in and pull thru sites. $20/night unless you have senior/disabled pass then it's half. Nobody here. Wonderful spot. Free dump for campers. Big rig friendly. Horse corrals too!
|Rob Jagger||33.51359, -105.50898|
Great place to explore. Had good cell service with ATT.
|Pisgah Crater||34.74931, -116.38026|
Huge lot at the cultural center. Asked and got permission to stay one night. Felt safe with lights around the building. Fick Fossil museum is a must see
|Oakley Buffalo Bill Cultural center||39.12698, -100.87017|
Camping in here is not permitted. Everywhere in town wild camping is prohibited.
Rest stop off the freeway. water in the woman's restroom wasn't working, but I'm getting a 5g signal here.
|WelcomeToUtahCamp / rest stop||38.95187, -109.68528|
This place is permanently closed.
the lower lot under the power lines was occupied by several other RVs and the gate was open so we continued on up the hill to the trailhead landing period medium gravel lot well-maintained road no fire rings. four-wheel drive if available (not necessary) helps reduce the building of washboard climbs on steep hills like this.
|Round Mountain Trailhead, Jefferson NF||37.16827, -81.17361|
Muito muito bom o posto. Pernoitamos, tomamos banho (banheiro limpo e enorme), tanto masculino quanto feminino. Forneceram energia sem pedirmos (após o abastecimento, claro). Vale muito a pena. Saindo da BR101, no primeiro km da BR 116, sentido sul
|Posto Shell||-24.28242, -47.43357|
Pretty great spot considering. We are the complete opposite of stealth and nobody bothered us for one night. It also felt relatively safe to leave our vehicle alone while we went into the city. Traffic is pretty constant during the night, and finding a spot can be tricky, but overall we were stoked on how well this worked out.
The only thing I would say is oversized rigs would have a tough time parking here. We’re in a 20’x8’ Toyota Camper and just barely squeezed into a spot.
|Street Parking||41.91802, -87.63454|
We paid $5/nt, staying 3 nights. Staying at site 12, we were able to level w/ out blocks and it’s quiet here except for the road and airplane noise from nearby Elgin AFB. Picnic table and fire pit, no hookups. Must obtain a permit from Elgin AFB NOR Jackson Guard office.
|Anderson Pond Eglin AFB||30.56258, -86.51345|
Big Open land. Very quite. Last night was so windy. Did not enjoy the stars. But morning is so beautiful sunrise. RV’s and Trailers and other Vans are from each other. Good coverage of T-mobile.
|Joshua Tree North BLM||34.17140, -116.22556|
Crystal clear water, white shelly sand, 200 pesos a night. We only stayed one night but would definitely stay longer. Great for paddle boarding or snorkeling. There were about 4 other travelers there. Hung out with some nice people at night and got some empenadas from a local woman the next morning.
|Playa Los Cocos||26.81190, -111.89154|
Great spot, beautiful views. Train runs through the night but if you’re used to car sleeping it isn’t an issue at all. Enough AT&T service for zoom and FaceTime
|Poutnef River Lower Access||42.61924, -112.00555|