When? Who? Comment Place Location

Great little hotel with super friendly staff. $50 for a big room with kitchenette, balcony, and king sized bed. Great views, 2 pools, and an off-street parking area out front with no roof so larger vehicles can fit. Would not work for a big rig but our truck and camper fit.

Casa Anita 20.59881, -105.23640

National park dump station, with one dump station (and water to flush) and a separate clean water hose. When I was there both hoses had nozzles to attach to a regular hose.

NP Dump and Water free 36.51519, -118.80055

Really nice campground. Everything in walking distance. Very friendly staff. Toilets and showers clean.

Hitch-N-Post RV Park 37.04208, -112.52480

The best camping of our Central American trip! Maryse and Fred, a French couple, are VERY welcoming and they created a place that is warm, cosy and convenient. They have a few cabins and 2 houses for rent as well as space for rigs and tents. Price is approximately 5000C per adult and 3000C per kid with vehicle and electricity. It is close to the beach. For us, the most beautiful beach of the pacific so far. We caught some fish we barbecued at the campground. Open kitchen with everything you need. Several toilets with tp and several showers with soap. First time ever the soap! Everything is very clean. It’s possible to have your laundry done and there is also a spot to handwash your clothes. They thought about everything, recycling, lights, cute decorations and Maryse took care of our kids for like half a day, doing painting and creating a few masterpieces (see pics). Maryse and Fred are very nice and accommodating and they do a delicious sangria too !! We highly recommend !!!

Casa Soley 11.02300, -85.67066

Cannot fault it, everything the main description says is true.

Rest up hostel 31.89335, 54.36288

Camping is still 50 Pula pp.
Saw some animals at the waterhole. Had a really nice stay.

Touch Of Africa -18.50193, 25.60519

Arrived to find the site empty, but well set-up for in-season use. Sign at camp office read “closed for season”. Moved on down the road…

Yellowstone Destinations RV & Campground 45.11275, -110.79285

Stopped to check this site out. Awesome rocks and plenty of sites. Need $10 in cash to pay per night. Very cool spot!

Canyon Campground - USFS 45.18256, -110.88755

Fantastic! Free x14 days. River side, Mountain View’s in all directions. Pit toilets. Sites are generously spaced. Stayed one night. Glorious!

Carbella Recreation Area 45.20938, -110.90208

Tractor supply does propane fill, pulled my 32 ft rig in but it was kinda tight, I wouldn't recommend this stop for anyone bigger. 3.99 a gallon 5/13/22

tractor supply 42.71495, -110.93290

As natural or untouched as termas can get I think. No swimming pools at different temperatures, no trash, no empanadas for sale.
But a 25C river with small pools and cascadas flowing in between of a magnificent landscape in all colors of the rainbow while 68C water is bubbling from Middle Earth along the sides. Outside 8Cmid day at this time of year.

No pics in the post and don't Google it. Just go. :)

The access road from the Peñón Fiambalá road is OK but turns into a proper 4x4 trail starting from the 4th sharp hairpins. Not worth the risk to damage your rig imo. We parked at the 4th and hiked the rest of the way. Ca 30-45min.

Termas Los Hornos (worth the detour) -26.87879, -67.76711

I've stayed several times over the last month. no problems. also Davis Bayou National Park is close by and easy to get Reservations.

Public parking lot 30.41410, -88.82294

Hot springs piped into private bathing rooms can be used as a bath or shower. 30 pesos for non locals (not sure if that is for a fixed amount of time or open ended).

Also laundry on site (hand washing, and machines, hang dry) popular with Tue locals.

There may be a communal/recreational pool/spring, I did not check.

Reached by taking the exit for Ejido Uruapan and driving through town into the countryside. There are signs. Many vineyards visible in the hills, market in town sells local wine at a reasonable price 80 pesos per bottle and fresh local cheese (fresco, cojita, or oaxaqueno) at good prices.

Aguas Termales, Uruapan 31.63246, -116.43419

Stayed at Sandy Beach campground. I have a lakefront site for $35 and it’s very very nice. The water is warm and it’s very quiet here. Surprise there’s not more people boating. They have showers that are $1.25 for seven minutes. I would come back.

Cedar Point - Foss State Park 35.54679, -99.20665

stayed here for 2 night. felt safe leaving our minivan here ( next to bomberas) to go pisco drinking or hiking durin the day. good free option is this lovely little town

Small dirt parking near bomberos -30.12738, -70.49228

I didn’t stay at Beard’s Bluff Park, but I wanted to. I checked more into the place and heads up, if you’re planning to stay a Friday or Saturday night you must book for two nights. (If you’re visiting 3/1-12/31)

Beard’s Bluff Park 33.70239, -93.94037

40 dollars a night. Did not look worth it to us. We stayed at the highway rest stop.

RV EXPRESS 38.93803, -92.74561

Indeed a nice place, very friendly people and interesting art (negotiable to reasonable prices)
Overnighting was free … but one sure is expected to buy a piece of art …
Facilities: not sure what is working, we didnt use; borehole water
No restaurant service at the time of our visit
Very weak mobile signal only

Tengenenge Artist Community -16.73066, 30.94410

We went to the old one and the community trust guys said it is not working anymore and led us to the new one here. Locals say it’s drinking water, runs pretty clear. Be careful when opening and closing it as the tap is tied with a waterproof tape and you need to tie it back so it doesnt leak

New water tap -19.15539, 23.76486

No card available anymore. Small gas station.

Diesel 37.22801, 45.33173

We just stopped for having lunch in the nice restaurant. Food was fresh made and very delicious.
After nice and long conversation with Andreas and Peggy, the german Owner and his wife, we decided to stay overnight on the nice campspot between the chalets. We got a chalet key for toilet and shower. Absolut worth to stay for 100kpp and to have great food in the green oasis.

Bayama's -11.84534, 31.44654

quiet, easy access, good for 2wd great place to stop on the way in/out of Iquique

Humberstone -20.20549, -69.81753

As per the description. just yo add that they charge NAD215 for kids from 5 years old, so our camping for 2 adults and 2 young kids set us back almost NAD1000 for what is still camping....

Kazondwe Camp -17.94796, 23.32253

Nice place to spent a night close to the beach. No amenities. Very quiet.

Unnamed 27.16171, -13.40634

Stretch of road that could accommodate a couple of RVs, but I just stayed overnight in my car. A nice grassy area for a picnic or pets. I got good wifi here.

S Carol St - Behind Walgreens 43.62066, -116.37521

Free dump with spigot near large vertical tank. Unsure if the water is potable (I'm not chancing it.)

Willits SafeWay 39.40405, -123.35074

Pulled into this spot for a minute. It's an overgrown gravel patch right off the highway. Too close to the highway for my taste. I decided to stay at the rest stop a few miles down the road.

Unicorn Beach 39.55229, -123.42497

Stayed from 20:00-10:30 overnight without issue in my Travato. I think I was the only campervan, some other people pulled in and slept in their cars. There are big signs that say to the effect "No overnight stays or camping." Closeish to the highway but still pretty quiet.

Off-highway rest stop 39.58302, -123.44432

Tranquille pendant la nuit et fréquenté le jour par les amateurs de vélo de montagne.

Same as a description, Quiet during the night and a lot of mountains bikers during the day.

Stationnement du Parc du Mont Bellevue 45.38499, -71.90970

Water 10cents/gal hose provided or use your own

Lake Mary country store 35.11439, -111.59049

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