Came in after dark last night and woke up this morning to a beautiful dispersed campground.
Most sites have fire rings and there is a vault toilet. This campground is spotless and what a nice surprise given how many of the free campgrounds these days have had inconsiderate people leave them a mess. Will spend a few days here and bike and/or hike around the area. Free.
|Culp Valley Primitive Campground||33.22223, -116.45568|
Fantastic lakeside camping. Not much in the way of amenities (a few picnic tables, trash cans and ‘bathrooms’), but for $5 right on the water! Easy access for our 40 foot fifth wheel right next to the lake. We were the only ones around! I just wish we had more time to spend here.
|Wildcat Recreation Area||31.88965, -100.52836|
awesome campground close to monument valley. can see the entire valley from the campground. gave triple a discount. I did a nonelectric site for 30 bucks. have a beautiful view and no other people were around me.. most people were up at the electric sites. nice little trails at the campground too
|Goulding's Camp||37.00655, -110.21411|
Really beautiful scenic road, few cars and trucks. Road in really good state
|Scienic Road||28.24513, -109.29759|
Nice place near the city. During the day mostly full but after 17:00 lots of free places
|Waterfront Car Park||-53.16395, -70.89818|
Awesome campsite, there’s fun slick rock right out the door for kids to scramble on, a nice ring, some shade trees. Beautiful view of the valley. Feels open but protected. We had 5 bars Verizon with our booster.
|BLM between Wild Horse and Temple Canyons||38.65466, -110.65951|
Originally quoted me $750 for one (full-size) bed but got them down for $600. It is basically right on the plaza and a small courtyard for parking, good for motorcycle, and a small pool. With the other options farther away being $500 and $600 without going further down in price and in a not so nice area this felt good.
|Hotel Corintios||25.78959, -108.99718|
A good spot. Stayed one night here. As with any place in SF, check out the street cleaning signs so that you don’t get a ticket. The spot I got on Sacramento wasn’t very level, and there was some noisy bus traffic, but I still slept pretty well. Needed to go a bit more stealth than normal in my car for privacy since I was right next to residential and sidewalk.
|Lafayette Park||37.79217, -122.42897|
This is really a great place. The city around, a nice beach and beautiful water. Yes, the place do not allowed caravans, because before Corona the whole beach was occupied with caravans. But we are a camper, motorhome etc. but not a caravan. We had no problem and stayed there for 4 nights. I guess, as long as you don’t pack out your whole camping equipment and it seems that you just „park“ there, it is ok.
|Al Sufouh 1||25.11859, 55.16948|
Fort picken dump station 5$ to dump and water but it’s unsafe to drink
|Dump station||30.32050, -87.27132|
Small little drive in loop with a grass parking spot covered by trees. Perfect spot by the road while still feeling isolated. In the off seasons (November onwards) only saw one car pull in for a quick roundabout. No problems — access to covered picnic tables — portapotties closed during off season — would highly recommend for more than one night stays
|Marie Joseph Picnic Park||44.96722, -62.08618|
Just another place to set up camp for the night before entering CKGR the next day. Hundreds of millipedes and field mice in abundance, but had a peaceful evening and night.
|Bush Camp before Matswere Gate||-21.13549, 24.08676|
max 6.5mtr Sprinter narrow cobbled streets right turns and MY space parking.the calle from the main road is one way ....the wrong way....so tricky stuff was needed, but what an amazing space.
|Malecon San Antonio||20.29112, -103.24269|
2 sites, one overlooks the bottom one that is closest to the lake. Top one has no fire ring and backs on to the outhouse. Beautiful lake. Cleaned garbage before camping.
|Brittany Bay Rec Site||50.05699, -125.59422|
|Camping Internacional||-25.55911, -54.57600|
Closed today (still closed from monday to wednesday for camping, also for overlander….. :-(. One of the badest roades we drove in 6 month(now in our top 5 )
|Funke Turismo||-38.13671, -62.08626|
This place is definitely directly by the water (at high tide). No sandy beach though but rocky shore line.
Close to and visible from the road but very quiet especially at night.
|Playa Albina Grande||8.00180, -80.40413|
Showers and restrooms are open, 4 quarters for 2 minutes for a shower.
|Toilet, Shower, Wifi||38.84409, -106.12315|
We were here the last few days. We did not have a permit the first night, but had no problems. Got a permit at the State Park. It was easy, no big deal. Not even sure we needed it, it was so empty and quiet. No one came by. We were about a mile down into this area. Only 2 other rigs were there.
|Hole In The Rock Rd. First Mile||37.72327, -111.52704|
$2.00 wash (3 machines)
Change machine, ATM, soap dispenser ($1.25) and vending machine.
Very clean, and at this time, all machines are working.
|Bryce Canyon Inn laundry||37.62390, -112.08225|
Off to the left of the main service road is the old service roof. Several large open sites and a hiking trail head that leads up to Cloudcroft. When we arrived we were greeted with a herd of wild horses! High elevation and it’s cold this time of year! The road is rocky but not terrible.
|Tucked away off FR 206C||32.97523, -105.73859|
Great spot for a day or two. close to town for supplies. A few cars on the dirt road but that was it. good cell service.
|Utah-Arizona Border||37.00076, -112.51682|
Thought the place was closed, but was just no campers. On-site manager Krista was very nice. Place is just as others described
|Campground Piratas Place||10.32074, -85.83767|
A big parking area for RVs and 4 areas with table, fire ring, grill and garbage can got tenters. Verizon LTE spotty
|French creek Campground||43.66206, -103.02271|
Car wash was great, highly recommended.
|Truck House||25.17157, 55.33316|
Large leisure park with cabañas, restaurant, fishing pond, playground, tree houses, steam sauna, etc. Entry fee 30p/person, which you get refunded if you visit the restaurant. 250p/motorhome to stay overnight in the parking lot.
|Centro Ecoturistico Siempre Verde||17.14428, -92.88756|
parked between at the Walmart for two nights. property manager for the Walmart lot gave us the knock in the morning and ran off about 6-7 other campers, but let me know that the home Depot lot was none of his business so we could move over there for all he cared.
busy commercial lot with lots of big box stores, restaurants and retail traffic.
urban setting so cell service is abundant, we did not try to get Walmart wifi
Walmart has .39 cent/gal water refills and washrooms (open till 11pm)
|Puyallup Walmart||47.16012, -122.29094|
no over night parking
small neighborhood grocery store. asked a few workers inside if overnight parking was allowed and got a mixed assortment of answers, but decided to try out out anyway. was parked in the SE corner near the trees.
was awoken by the knock from lot security at 2am and had to vacate. only then did I notice the 'lot patrolled by-' signs
|Bellevue Walmart||47.60811, -122.14037|
visited in Nov and lot was wet and rutted and full of large pot holes and picked.
did not stay
would probably be a good spot in the dry season
|Off Street Parking||47.66796, -122.10184|
Well lit, clean restrooms. Highway noise but that's a rest area for ya. Overall it's good for a night's rest.
|Sumter county welcome center||33.94869, -80.05711|