Hotel San Juan,
We took the single (for two people) on the second floor; the bathroom was right next door and we were the only ones using it.
We were told camping is no longer allowed because it’s a new owner.
|Hotel San Juan||0.89381, -77.54782|
|Cabin Creek Rest Area Southbound||43.47678, -123.32082|
7 hours at boarder crossing Make sure you many copies of everything We had to fill out papers for entry to Costa Rica health certificate You still need negative COVID test even with vaccine. Very slow many trucks. !!!!
|La Fraternidad, San Marcos de Colon, Honduras to El Espino, Nicaragua||13.44604, -86.72378|
buen sitio para pasar unos dias, con costo, los baños son nuevos.
|Guadalupe River state park||29.87185, -98.48838|
Wow one of the best campsites we have been. All facilities are there and working properly. Highly recommend
|Migombani Campsite||-3.36366, 35.83819|
I wasn't able to find this place.
|Charlesford Farm Campsite||-31.84435, 18.25336|
got a room today without a reservation. I asked for the cheapest option and got a bedroom for 2, payed 15.000 CLP. Dinner would be 6.000 CLP, but I ate something in the city center. Really good WiFi, fast and stable. Owner is very nice. My motorbike got a safe place behind the house, maybe a second bike would fit.
|La Blanca y El Negro||-38.93150, -72.03339|
Quiet spot that we had to ourselves in mid November. Room for maybe 30 but more than 12 or so would feel cramped. It was quite cold and very windy. The BEST vault toilet I have ever used! Only 4 stars because inside the loop, and outside in the surrounding area is inundated with prairie dog mounds, which is fine, but we had dogs that are supposed to be on leash as we are still in the national park here (I think) which made for interesting potty times.
|Sage Creek Campground (NPS)||43.89386, -102.41345|
beautiful place, stayed here for three nights, absolutely quiet off-season
|Great place on the beach||38.67540, 20.55654|
Long beach to reach by bumpy and partially sandy track. Lot of space to stay
|north of Agliou||29.84806, -9.80117|
Nice place for a night. Good for the view on the dam and good for a small walk in the area.
Follow the road until the end and choose a flat place. There are trees to prptect of the wind if you need.
|Tokwe Dam||-20.86700, 31.06800|
Parking assez grand, bien éclairé toute la nuit et silencieux. Nous n’avons eu aucun problème. Nous sommes arrivés vers 15h et reparti à 7h am le lendemain. Tout a bien été. Je recommande.
|Parking lot at Golf Club||32.78814, -79.90063|
Nice little coffee serving good breakfasts, lunches and even iced coffee.
|Indaba Book café||-20.15730, 28.58787|
Ótimo lugar para estacionar, passar o dia sem problemas e pernoitar.
|Beach on Laguna Negra||-34.04116, -53.53931|
Not a hotel but literally better than one! We stayed there for two night and had the greatest time, the host just are incredible and will go above and beyond to make you happy! Very clean, private and affordable! Just go to Airbnb and search for Mj and Mark, Fort Nelson! Definitely worth it !
|Utopia Airbnb||58.81091, -122.71700|
We stayed in a room. $ 75 per room pn. It’s a great place. Very nice people and good food. Nice view on Lake Kivu. Highly recommended.
|Paradis Malahide Cottages And Campsite||-1.73415, 29.27291|
very good place. we paid 300 pulas / person.
|Thobolos Eco Lodge and Campsite||-18.20471, 24.39118|
It is the home of a beautiful family, Magui, Tavo, Feli and Lauti. They have plenty of space to park or pitch a tent. They receive travelers. Communicate before arriving at +54 9 2344 42-8340.
Es la casa de una hermosa familia, Magui, Tavo, Feli y Lauti. Tienen mucho espacio para estacionar o armar carpa. Reciben viajeros. Comunicarse antes de llegar al +54 9 2344 42-8340.
|Casa de Magui y Tavo||-35.64882, -59.77449|
FREE CAMPING, Its in the wayne National Forest near Ironton, OH. smooth roads but very narrow. It has a pit toilet and plenty of spaces with fire pits. NO CELL COVERAGE(version) unless you hike up the hollar to the top of the ridge. some of the more open areas near the creek are muddy and you could get stuck. There is a dump station on your way in by main the lake Vesuvius area. A great free camp site recommended if you're in the area. nice quiet night. and yah just might see a sasquatch. Thank you for this place.
|Paddle Creek Horse Camp||38.37832, -82.34902|
Probably still the cheapest option in town. 1.200 for a double room, with basic breakfast!
|Hotel Miramar||-19.84737, 34.84948|
we overnight here once. very good place to relax with the view of the mountains. Beautiful place! we had a quiet night.
|Potrero de los Funes, lake parking||-33.23252, -66.22935|
Just a flat spot just off hi-way SB ramp owned by hi-way department. Good for a night stop near the Johnson Ranch loop road/trail. No services.
|Johnson Ranch Loop Hiway Pull Off||35.22289, -120.69270|
It is a space that aims to value, disseminate and disseminate information generated and produced about the countries of the Continental Amazon, formed by Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela and French Guiana.
The CCPA has a dome with around 150 seats and an auditorium with a capacity for 70 people, in addition to a large concert arena with a capacity for 17 thousand people seated. In the upper external part of the building are found the records of rock icons representing several Amazonian countries.
The complex provides access to research, through the collections, at the Mário Ypiranga Monteiro Memorial and Library, Arthur Reis Library, at the Samuel Benchimol Documentation Center and at the Emídio Vaz D'Oliveira Children's Library. It also has spaces for the general public to visit, with refined temporary and permanent ones, among which those that represent daily life in the Amazon, such as the Casa do Caboclo (with decoration and utensils typical of the houses of the riverside population); Sugarcane Milling (reviewing the sugarcane economic cycle); Yanomami xapon; Barracão do Guaraná (showing the steps of handcraft production of the stick product); Casa da Farinha (with setting and tools used in the artisanal manufacture of manioc flour); Tapiri de Smoking Rubber and Casa do Seringueiro, in addition to the representation of regional transport, through canoes.
The North Man Museum is part of the CCPA's facilities, which has a collection of 4,116 pieces, including the Noel Nutels Collection, a sanitary doctor who dedicated himself to work with indigenous peoples in the Xingu Park. Also in the museum are collections of the National Indian Foundation (Funai), highlighting indigenous masks for rituals, adornments, canoes, mats, archaeological fragments and ceramics with various pieces and artifacts.
The Mário Ypiranga Monteiro Memorial and Library has 15 thousand volumes. The collection, by the writer who gives the place its name, is made up of rare works, special collections and books of his authorship. At the Samuel Benchimol Documentation Center, 33 computers connected to the internet and the most modern equipment for document processing are made available to the public. The space is intended for Amazonian research, with the objective of collecting, treating, making available and managing collections about the region.
On one of the inner sides of the building is the Passarela dos Arcos. It comprises nine arches, with images of the nine nations that make up the Amazonian territory and information (trilingual – Portuguese, English and Spanish) on totems distributed at the site.
|Cultural Center of the Amazon's People - CCPA||-3.13314, -59.98700|
There is a spigot next to the corner of the middle picnic area by the bathroom.
|Boat ramp/park picnic area||31.97843, -81.28645|
Stayed multiple nights with no issues. Good Verizon reception. Not the quietest night's sleep.
|HWY101 pullout||48.08629, -123.55964|
Nos ajudou bastante para recarregar nossos galões e, até para tomar uma ducha é possível. Pois tem uma mangueira na torneira. Super refrescante.
|caixa de água do município||-34.04710, -53.54970|
As described - great spot since all the beach spots are no parking 10-5. Very quiet too from 9pm to 6am and then cars start cruising by.
|Pull off in Encinal||34.06252, -118.87698|
Free dump station at Petro Canada station. Nice to buy gas there when using. Tim Hortons across the street.
|Petro Canada||47.01953, -65.44238|
there is a space large enough for our 37' RV and tow rig. grate little spot for a night and not to far from the beach access.
It's a bit of a mess from prior campers here. looks like some come out shooting.
we cleaned it up a bit but it could use a little more.
|large Rig Pullout||43.75001, -124.14469|
as an added note, we took our jeep and the road beyond this point isn't friendly to large rigs. there are potholes that will be quite difficult to cross. 4wd suggested in rainy months.
|large Rig Pullout||43.74682, -124.16697|