Stayed the night at Site #93, on a Saturday in November. No neighbors at all in the same loop. Paid $20.50 online beforehand, off season price. Main bathrooms/showers are closed during off season. Middle bathrooms with sliding doors could use some TLC. Not sure if I'd stay here again unless I was coming just for the caverns.
Spotty service for Verizon.
|Meramac State Park||38.22528, -91.08102|
Yellow gate no longer there. Just drive right in. Very large area, good for dogs too
|Hollywood Casino Charles Town||39.29333, -77.85271|
Paved road up until you turn off to the campsite. The site is near to La Sal Loop Rd. so you will hear a little road noise occasionally & be visible. Good spot for tent camping. Verizon service
|Manti-La Sal National Forest||38.48444, -109.33394|
Bathrooms are fenced off. Porta potties only right now. Road noise you would expect from a rest area a couple hundred feet away from an interstate. solid Verizon signal. car parking was almost empty, truck side was full.
|Rest Area Weber Canyon I-84 Eastbound||41.13899, -111.84792|
Camping livre, acampamos com barraca de teto próximo a cachoeira. Na região tem uma antiga cede abandona, e ao lado o início da trilha para o morro do Baú. Acampamos em um platô logo acima com vista para cachoeira. Local tranquilo apesar de a noite algumas pessoas se reunir próximo ao poste de luz para beber.
Não tem sinal de Celular
|Cachoeira do Baú||-26.89794, -48.65489|
Parking lot next to a sports center, close to the entrance of the city.
|Sports center parking lot in Vila Vila||-21.07149, -67.09418|
Nice stay. Good path to the beach but the access from the bluff to the water was closed for some reason. Quiet campground and had a fenced-in dog area. Looks good for kids too.
|Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA||46.62130, -123.95529|
We've heard from a local that you can use the shower of Monkey Hostel for 25 Pesos. May be a good option if you are parking in the street or at one of the public parking lot (which is secure here).
|Monkey Hostel||19.84536, -90.53738|
Parked right by the baseball field. No issues, trains didn’t seem to start up until the early AM, or we slept through them!
|Campo City Park||39.61949, -104.04367|
Best Coffee House maybe even in the whole world. Their food is just mindblowing, especially the breakfast & the Vibe as well as staff couldnt be any better. Prices are actually quite cheap too.
|Village Café||-22.67874, 14.52574|
small anda nice place, perfect sunrise, nice waves for sortboards, carlos batata is an owner and nice host!! stayed for nice 2 days !!! thanks guys..
|Armaçao do Pqpe||-8.31230, -34.94735|
FREE, QUIET, And located right at the southern entrance. Minimal Service even with cell booster.
|Crystal Forest Campground||34.79269, -109.89053|
Beautiful campsite 5 miles down on S. Pinery Canyon Rd. from the intersection at E. Bonita Canyon Rd. Site is on the right hand side of the dirt road. Plenty of trees with a couple of hiking trails down to the dried creek bed. Plenty of space to park about 3 vehicles. If ground tent camping, there is a lovely clearing with a stone fire pit down the hiking trail. Clean and quiet spot 7.2 miles from the Chiricahua National Monument.
|Coronado National Forest||31.97089, -109.32790|
We came here on a Saturday in our motorhome and camped directly at the finca. We were treated with live music and a delicious set menu (camarones on a tequila sauce), Saturdays only. Nice place. Wifi at the finca only. We were charged 250p/night.
|Centro Ceremonial Caracol y el Jaguar||18.06454, -92.95287|
A few amendments to previous comments -
Now a restaurant, rather than a Subway. It's ok - we had dinner.
Sadly, the site with BBQ, electricity, etc is in disrepair. Certainly no problem for us.
A few midges - noseeums, if you like - the night we were here. But, overall, a great place to stop for the night.
|Smart gas truck stop||25.78176, -108.87739|
Stayed here for two nights. Right next to the beach. Nice owner and nice and quiet spot. You feel safe here. C3000 per Person and per night. I recommend it.
|Camping Casa Viva||9.15013, -83.73255|
Good find, not far off the 40 though getting to it is a mountain road. Beautiful park with spots overlooking the lake. We went to the camping area up top, none of the dirt spots are level but there are spots with concrete pads too.
Primitive camping down by the boat ramp as well.
Bathrooms with showers were welcome, though the knob which has to be pushed the entire time and rather sporadic nozzle made for an interesting shower. But it was very clean!
|Bluewater State Park||35.30206, -108.10715|
|discovering the world - motorcycle world trip||
He is working on the driveway, so parking on the street in front of the house. Internet is very good.
|Hostal Don Luis||-44.32466, -72.55724|
Easy bordercrossing, took me 1.5hours in total. No roadtax or insurance questions. PCR test neccessary, not offered at border. Then the road after Suam: the first 20km is really bad, drive avg 15km/h, then the next 30km is better gravel, and then… tarmac. It took me 4hrs to reach Sipi Falls by Toyota Funcruiser.
|Suam Border Post (correct location)||1.21612, 34.73259|
Went here to camp, they charged 50.000 ugx and thats without shower, only an outside toilet. Guess Daisy was lucky.. I went to the neighbours at the Sipi Guesthouse (30.000 inc hot shower).
|Sipi Falls Lodge||1.33616, 34.37756|
30.000 ugx to camp for 1 person, 2 persons is 25.000 each. Beautiful view on the valley, friendly staff. Can use the hot showers in one of the rooms.
|Sipi Guest House||1.33577, 34.37642|
Land borders are still closed with Ecuador. We biked to the border and were told that we could not cross. The options are: taking dirt roads to Tulcan or taking a bus to a big city to then fly to Quito.
1. Dirt road (trocha): we were told there are many robberies along these back roads. Robberies target anybody who might “stick out”. We were told this by local Colombians, ecuatorians in Tulcan whom we had been in touch, people at the bike shops we went, cyclist friends in Ipiales, and migrants who had recently taken the road in which unfortunately they got robbed.
2. Bus: we decided to load our bikes on a bus and go to Cali to catch a flight to Quito. There are many companies but we needed a bus with enough storage space for our bikes. We were recommended Transipiales or Boliviariano. We came to the terminal and got tickets (bring cash; there is also Bancolombia ATM inside the station) for the next day. We recommend buying 12hrs in advance.
Boliviano bus charged 50k pp from Ipiales to Cali, 12hrs. We caught the 8am bus; arrived at 7:15 to make sure we would be ready to load the bikes securely.
Bikes have an extra charge of 30k; you could negotiate this. We did not.
|Bus terminal||0.82691, -77.63126|
This place is closed. Andres moved out and is not longer hosting travelers.
Este lugar está cerrado pues Andrés se mudó y ya no recibe viajeros en esta dirección.
|Casa De Cyclista||0.82710, -77.63122|
Very nice comfy rooms in a small hotel. If you have bikes you might want to be in the first floor (ground floor). We got there and got a room in the second floor and asked to bring the bikes up.
Wifi was pretty slow
|Camino Real||0.82619, -77.63784|
Wifi and small stores for a tinto or a snack. The wifi worked very well
|Plaza Potosi||1.12403, -77.37032|
Sandy and dusty Beach, this is the place where all buggy and quads vehicles came to play! It goes on the all day from 9am to sunrise! Not the quietest place to stay, ok for one night (if you don't mind all the dust)
|Playa Migrino||23.04655, -110.10378|
|Wendy & Graham||
Beautiful beaches and lovely trails. The fort is well worth a visit and the bird sanctuary is really interesting. The south entrance was the only open entrance on 20 Nov 2021 but you can easily move north within the park to camping areas A and B which seemed to be the only sections open. They were full on a Saturday night, mainly with tents but the place was still very quiet. Electricity and water are available to most sites. The bathroom situation is not good, indeed. Try to find a site near an open and operating bathroom before you settle as you will otherwise have a long walk. The fee for three days was 1080 pesos for two people and a camper. Very reasonable and worthwhile. We loved it and stayed for three days. No wifi but a good cell signal.
|Camping Fortaleza Santa Teresa||-33.97652, -53.53305|
We didn't go all the way to the site. Ended up turning around due to swampy conditions and grown in trail. Could probably get there with a small truck 4x4. For reference, we drive a dually with bigfoot truck camper.
|Darling Long Boat Launch||45.23349, -76.55805|
Secluded dispersed campsite. Lots of spaces. A bunch of trash. Left it better than we found it.
|Mount Bigelow||32.41896, -110.73479|
Great spot on a dead end road. Pebble beach, no trash. No traffic or noise, just a few fishermen.
|small beach Spot||38.33671, 22.36282|