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Super quiet place to spend the night. As we are out of the summer season there is no food truck open so we were alone here during two nights. We use the gas station bathroom, but there are no showers.

Beach parking -42.57644, -64.27664

You book this place on HipCamp, $20/person/night (though you could probably pretend you're one person)...showers, bathrooms, communal kitchen, and grass. I parked in the North side of the parking lot away from the office along with the other car campers.

The bookstore has a very VanLife and campy selection. It's close to a highway and can be intermittedly loud, so bring earplugs.

El Cosmico 30.30338, -104.02128

Tried to get there but the road at the end was extremely muddy and not doable with a 2wd (even with good AT Tires). I think it was because of some rainy days before.

Storm Hill blm 44.66659, -104.72511

Nice accommodation. Very friendly host.
Hot water, average wifi. Couple rooms, and place to park a motorcycle in easily.
1500p a night including breakfast

La Petronia -23.35622, -64.98881

Hour and change from Calgary this is a great spot for free camping with some good views of the river and start of the Rockies. Some camp sites right after a bridge that are easy to get to and provide good shelter from the wind. You can continue up the hill where the road gets quite rough but you can get there with a car if you really want to. 4x4 would be safer. I pulled my teardrop camper up to a nice spot and had a nice night with a fire. It was great. Can get very windy. If you continue down the road you can get to the dry river valley and even onto lake minnewanka if you have a real 4x4 rig. Overall nice free spot

Transalta wild camping site 51.27096, -114.99422

Great place to stay. Water and electric hookups if needed, great scenery, and a beautiful lake.

Rocky Creek Park 30.29966, -96.56480

Plenty of spots along USFS 88. We got a great sunset further up the hill. Road wasn't bad, but a car would have to pick a spot closer to the highway.

Forest Service WNW Cuba NM 36.07161, -107.01683

Tres beau spot face au lac à côté de la plage municipale.
Pas de panneau, nuit calme et beau réveil

Parc des Chutes 46.19424, -74.63202

Great rv spot, good amenities. There are two sites, one larger one next to the casino and one further off. Online booking seems to put you in the far away one but the guy at the desk was helpful and moved us close to the casino

Sams Town RV Park Koa 36.10895, -115.05850

$40 for a site with electric, they have sites without. They take reservations up to 3 days in advance then it’s first come first serve. It’s some paved loops to park and the sites are very grassy. Beautiful place to watch the sunset! It was mostly campers and a handful of tents. The bathroom was very clean, didn’t use the showers. At this time the lower bathroom building was closed but the upper one isn’t that far away. Most of the people camping came in after 5pm. Very dog friendly!

Cedar Pass Campground 43.74345, -101.94976
Jannie Lapointe

Campground 2 services with dump station in Scottsdale, 30 min from downtown Phoenix, 20-30 min from different attractions, Museum, hiking sites. Huge field covered with grass where kids can play or bike.
Not busy
Horses and cows by walking distance, no odors.
We slept well. We recommand as the campgrounds in Phoenix are difficult to find for families.

Westworld Convention Centre 33.63129, -111.88641

Exceptional site right downtown! Getting on a flat surface on Washington street is the goal and we were fortunate to have one on a Saturday pm. On top of that, a beautiful park and very clean bathrooms. Wonderful!

Lafayette Park 37.79233, -122.42824

This place is lovely! They have rooms if you want rooms, and a very tranquil campground. They’re working hard to grow grass and were watering the ground most of the time I was here. There’s a little grass but not a lot yet. Lots of trees around the place. The showers are nice and hot, but they need to turn the heat on so be sure to let them know.

The best thing about this place was the hospitality! Effron even washed my super dusty car for me and refused to take any money for it! *teary eyed emoji*
They also made me coffee in the morning!
I was the only guest while I was here but they said it gets super busy during whale season. I’m two weeks too late.
It was very peaceful and I will be back on my way back up!
I recommend!!!

El Padrino Campground 27.28483, -112.90173

Spent 2 nights here, on different sides of the parking lot. Went to Costco parking lot during the day. Highway noise in the background but not annoying, kind of soothing in a way. I stayed here last year for 1 night when I was brand spankin new and didn't know much.

Cabelas 38.02613, -84.41011

This place is permanently closed.

Cape Lookout Dump Station 45.36254, -123.96711

Hermoso lugar al lado del lago esmeralda. Dos camper caben sin problema. Vimos dos vehículos pasar y muy silencioso durante la noche. recomiendo 👌🏻

Lago Esmeralda -47.29960, -72.58488

This place is in wrong location - it is located at 40.45246, -109.54715

Maverick gas station Dump 40.45246, -109.54715

What a great place. Each spot is kinda private. Surrounded by large saguaros and mesquite trees. Nice bathrooms. Water and dump station. Only $20 per night! Hidden gem out in the middle of the desert.

Gilbert Ray Campground 32.22230, -111.14449
Patagonia Km0

Safe place to overnight a little bit noisy full of trucks
Free water we can fill our camper tank
Shop inside the gas station

Rest area near YPF Desaguadero -33.41244, -67.11802

This place is permanently closed.

Away from Highway 45.08968, -121.54395

Insanely popular on a Saturday. Probably 50 vans near the entrance. We drove back in the woods and still had some close neighbors. Quiet night's sleep though! And wake up to a pretty forest. No AT&T as mentioned.

Coconino Camping Spots - Fort Valley 35.25514, -111.68599

Baie Saint-Paul docks.

sand beach, toilets, trash cans, kid park. No RV between 23h and 7h, no camping, but possible to sleep in your car.

Baie St-Paul 47.43009, -70.49145

Also a spigot by bathroom near picnic area. Low to the ground so a hose would be helpful.

Graham Parks and Recreation 32.78016, -109.71548

Perfect place
Quiet and safe
Best place so far in Chicago!!
Big park for the dog to.

Arround the square 41.90118, -87.64218

No rv between 23h and 7h. No camping allowed. There is a sand beach, toilets, trash cans, kid park. I did sleep there in my car, police came around during the night and didn't bother. I guess a grand caravan would be ok, but it's 200$ fine for RV.

Baie St-Paul 47.43007, -70.49146

spots were not level but a decent night's sleep. calm quiet stop.

Cracker Barrel. Troutville 37.45538, -79.83729

Perfect stealthy boondocking site! Especially on a Saturday night, after 6pm. No charge on the meters as Sundays are free. Beautiful short walk to the Battery.

Best Charleston Van Parking (Dog Friendly) 32.77690, -79.92765
Compa on the road

This place is in wrong location - it is located at -43.77598, -72.95322

Naviera Austral Office -43.77598, -72.95322

Beautiful place, facing the beach. Quite spacious, with lots of grass and shade. Clean bathrooms with hot and cold water. Water and energy consumption charged separately. Attached restaurant with legal prices.

Lugar lindo, de frente para a praia. Basntante espacoso, com muita grama e sombra. Banheiros limpos, com agua quente e fria. Consumo de agua e energia cobrado a parte. Restaurante em anexo com preços legais.

Camping and Restaurant Paraíso -14.49860, -39.03617

we parked next to water hose infront of st. paul’s episcopal church and behind town hall. not sure if this is allowed, so only use if in a pinch?

Filtered water refill outside town hall 30.31387, -104.02191

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