Phantastic and fairly hidden place, once you made it uphill.
|Lake Dokan view||35.96779, 44.97453|
nice restaurant good foodprice ok waitressnice good service and wi-fi
|bar and grill||27.65182, -97.29341|
Gorgeous stop, everyone was very friendly. We ate both dinner and breakfast here, the food was alright but not great. Drinks were amazing though, and obviously we still wanted to eat here to not take advantage of their hospitality. Cold showers are available, wifi is strong and fast. Password 61297260
|Restaurante y Cabañas Viña Del Mar||13.71261, -90.04207|
I was charged only 50 for solo tent and moto. Ana's restaurant has a very small general store but best to stock up before, although they do have cold tecates for only 25.
|Playa Santispac||26.76607, -111.88411|
just to confirm, the horseback guy is still creeping around women. He only asked me, none of the dudes camping near me.
|Playa Santispac||26.76603, -111.88408|
Stayed here for two nights, nice views of the city, a little bumpy to get to but could get here in a camper van. There's glass everywhere around. Second night on Monday, we were woken up 4 times from 1am to 4am by what seemed like drunk college students deliberately driving up right next to us in a truck (license plate 92631E3) and revving their engines. We tried to talk to them but they drove off.
Great Self-catering accomodation with interior parking lot that fits cars with rooftop tents. You can park very close to your room. Good free wifi, hot showers, comfy beds, fridge and microwave in the bedroom and communal kitchen if you want to cook something more sofisticated. Lovely sympathetic owner Vicky who's always willing to help. Last minute price for 2 people here was cheaper than camping at Lagoon Chalets & Campsite. We paid 450 NAD while at Lagoon Campsite they were charging 500 NAD.
|Sunflower Self-catering||-22.96835, 14.49769|
Price for camping is now 200 NAD per campsite + 150 NAD ppn. We went to Sunflower Self-catering accomodation which was cheaper for last minute deals (450 NAD per room) and it was excellent!
|Lagoon Chalets And Camping||-22.98031, 14.48685|
great quiet spot! thank you for this place!
|Mike Freeze Wattensaw NMA dispersed camping||34.83612, -91.54815|
lugar tranquilo e seguro, vagas em frente a sub prefeitura, guarda municipal e posto de saúde, seguro, conseguimos água com eles.
|Estacionamentos in front prefeitura||-12.57644, -38.00517|
This entire area is a sand pit. You will get stuck. Don’t risk it.
|Sand Pit near Canyon de Chelly||36.15287, -109.54515|
A cute place hide from the road. Just after one of the rafting stand you have a way on your right to return, the place is nice with shadow like sun for solar panels. Very few cars have passed during the night, and no one has come to see us. No noise, a sky full of stars in the middle of the mountains. Love this place
un endroit tout mignon cacher de la route. Juste après un des stand de rafting vous avez un chemin sur votre droite pour rentrer, l'endroit est sympa avec de l'ombre comme du soleil pour les panneaux solaires. Très peu de voitures sont passés pendant la nuit, et personne n'ai venu nous voir. Aucun bruit, un ciel plein d'étoiles au milieu des montagnes. love this place
One of many parking places around here. We arrived on a Sunday and a couple of grassy car parks said no to overnight parking. Today is now Monday and the grassy car parks are closed and gates locked, and access to the pyramid is closed on Monday’s. Hence probably why they said no. This car park is not fenced at the front , except for a chain so you are not actually locked in for the night. It seems safe to us, clean & today, and gray stones to park on. They charged us 100 peso per night, sorry we are not ones for haggling as they need it more than we do. A great spot as per other descriptions to access sites on foot.
|Cholula pyramid parking lot||19.05685, -98.29899|
Best homemade burgers and fries. Give them a try on your way through. You will thank yourself for doing so. Big patties (6oz & 8oz), crunchy thick fries, Elk burgers and varieties (boar, ostrich, salmon, chicken?). Moderate prices but totally worth the life experience. Friendly, owner and son staffs, authentic small diner, photography artwork for sale on wall. Small parking lot
Good propane fill up location. Friendly, polite, expedient staffs.
This is a lovely place for an overnight.
|Trinidad Rest Area Northbound||41.12333, -124.15030|
I stayed one night with my camper van. there are signs all over the parking lot saying no overnight parking.
|Walmart Neighborhood Market||34.01935, -118.54711|
double sided, double hose, single automotive propane fill station
|petro Canada auto propane||51.28603, -116.78817|
As described. We had 2 trains pass in the night but it was no big deal. About a 15 minute drive to access Shenandoah national park via the Thornton Gap Entrance
|Luray Visitors Center||38.66358, -78.46057|
Pretty nice dump area. Enter on the left side of the check in booth and head straight there. $10 to dump, potable water.
|Doheny Beach Dump and Water||33.46409, -117.68523|
Nice quiet spot for a night. Didn’t drive all the way to the cliff edge because the last bit of road is more rocky and rutted than I want to deal with.
|Cliff top||35.21136, -100.86167|
It's a quiet area with a park and places for diferents sports. We spent 2 night here and nobody bother us. felt safe. Neighborhood are very friendly. There are toilets for 3 pesos near the playground.
|Sport area||18.27892, -93.22773|
Awesome spot, had a beautiful peaceful night with unobstructed view of the stars and Hat rock. When the moon came out I could see clearly in any direction. had a couple vans spread out in the same lot for the night. Good AT&T reception
|Mexican Hat||37.17125, -109.84924|
Great spot. Nobody bothered us. Quiet at night. We ended up here as the nearby Camping Glaros was not open (but we would not stay there anyway as it was dirty and unpleasant).
The location of this camp is what makes it unique since there are no other ‘established’ campsites on the great east road between Chipata and Lusaka. We got held-up on the old Petauke road from SLNP after recent rains and could not make it to Lusaka before sundown. The new owner (Taris) was very welcoming despite the ‘walk-in’ and also allowed us to camp on the lawn next to the pool/boma, since there were no other guests. We made use of the camp ablutions that was cleaned and prepped especially for us and, despite the rustic appeal, it was perfect. We paid Zk200 pppn (adults) and Zk100 pppn (for kids 13 and under). The pool was clean and a great relief from the heat! Cold beer and a proper view of the Luangwa river was the perfect end to our day. Taris has a lot of plans for the campsite…so watch this space!
|Bridge Camp||-15.00595, 30.21512|
Nice place at the beach. Little side road, free to camp. No traffic. Quite at night. At least in November.
|Camping at the beach||36.73892, 22.81046|
Much quieter than the other place. But access a little tricky and it's mosquito hell!
|Quiet beach camping||26.68707, -109.54824|
Washboard road but lots of solid places to pull off. 3 bars Verizon.
|Joshua Tree SE||33.67397, -115.79987|
Nice site. very clean. each site has plenty of parking (i even saw a bus there). i parked and walked down the road past the pit toilet, and it gets pretty dicey with washout and arroyos. i would not recommend driving past the pit toilet without 4 wheel drive and high clearance.
|Ft Stanton, Snowy River Cave, BLM||33.50539, -105.49187|
Nice cabins and parking close to the beach, with pool and amenities. The owners, Enrique and Dalis, are the nicest people. They also have a restaurant with good food and drinks. 10 usd for parking and using the amenities. The place is gated and closed during the night so is really safe.
|Cabañas Margarita||8.17019, -81.86405|