What a Beauty. Nice spot, we decided to stay 2 nights. The lake is refreshing, it’s quite at night and an amazing view. Sunset behind the mountain. We have a long van and drove in backwards, there was not enough space to turn. It’s small so maybe for one group. Please don’t leave toilet paper in the bush.
still 15000 per person. there is an upper terrace area the is flat that could fit several vehicles if it wasn't so muddy. one spot in the corner was flat and out of the mud. this is the staging area for banana farmers up the hill and there's a ton of people coming and going at all hours up the road immediately next to where you are parked and this area isn't visible from the restaurant which made us uneasy but we stayed here for 2 nights without any incident. the restaurant only serves trout, which is delicious but no longer farmed here, for 25k for a plate. no wifi and very cold showers. good claro and dog friendly.
|Truchera / Restaurant Montemar Camping
park opens at 830am, get here before 10 and you will have it basically to yourself. then the buses start showing up and you'll be bumping elbows with a thousand people.
|Piedra del Peñol
drinki water, mountains water, two taps going enough fast
$3 showers. They also have restrooms & laundry + a general store. Super nice people & easy access.
|Eagle Cliff Store.
Headed to this beauty of a manmade spot after pushing mamush to its limits on the steep logging road up there, 2WD certainly does the job
|Jim Mitchell Lake
We stayed here for two nights, so the camping is open and not only for day use! Very lovely place and nice owners! We enjoyed!
|Pousada Portal Paraiso
Plenty of campsites to choose from. Far apart. Plenty of animal activity day and night. No hot water
|Khwai - Magotho Campsite
Placed seemed permanently closed. Gas pumps looked out of operation and didn’t see anything resembling a store. Looks like another struggling town :(
|Good Hope Lake services
A nice impromptu camp spot for the night. Just North of Whitehorse (Yukon Territory), just off the Klondike Highway , overlooking the Yukon River, and the Mount Slim, and Mount Laurier. Accessibility would be 4 wheel drive, as the trail deteriorates, and would not be recommended in wet conditions.
|Yukon River, Policeman’s point Road.
Fountain with potable water on a small place.
Absolutely idyllic! There are 5 sites. I stayed 6 nights. During the days, I was mostly alone. At night, other's came in for one night. Sites are spread out so even if someone takes the site next to you, they are far away. Sites are adjacent to Platte River. My dog and I took advantage and got in every day to get some relief from the heat. (And I had two baths in the river). Well-maintained Roads in allow easy access; the campground loop has some pretty big potholes, so just go slow and go around them when you can. Verizon was barely one bar and went in and out. Some days I could do YouTube and other days I couldn't even send a text. Coyotes, cows, coyotes, antelope and (at least) one rattlesnake. Did not use the pit toilet as I have my own bathroom. I'd definitely stay here again.
Clean bathrooms, easy access to water and the staff is super nice. Great place to park and get work done
|Ellsworth Harbor Park and Marina
nice little campsite, 2 week max stay, we stayed for 2 nights in our 19ft motorhome. there’s fire rings and pit toilets, and it’s quiet and peaceful. :)
|Hunter checkin camping
We spend one night here, price 18.75$ first come first served. Beautiful spots next to the river with beautiful view. No phone service. Level spots. Park rangers allowed us to stay 2 vehicles in one spot as the campground was full.
|Mosquito Creek Campground
Beautiful part of the Island to visit. close to Tow Hill which is a must. Sites are crammed together. Some have no privacy. Some were wet and muddy. Shelter provided for cold stormy days. Host collects money. Got short changed on the #of days stayed. Paid five and host miscounted days. My mistake for not catching. Also in a RTT and packed up my things to go for the day. Left a chair. Host gave away my site the next day when I stayed somewhere else when it got late.
|Agate Beach Provincial Campground
Beautiful spot. Arrived late in the evening, a number of spots available. Pit toilet.
|Pilcher Reservoir County Park
in the camping we bought the excursion to cuevas de acsibi with Fernando Aban the best guide and the best excursión in the North tel 3875798822
En el camping contratamos la excursión a Cuevas de Acsibi con Fernando Aban, el mejor guia de la zona y la mejor excursion del norte Argentino. tel 3875798822
|Camping Municipal Seclantas
A fantastic place to camp. Very good ablutions. No need to do a drive as animals come to you. Very friendly staff. 15USD conservation fee and 5USD camping for locals.
Highly irritated owner. Annoyed by my arrival. Grumbled at the state of my bike and told me the price was $2,000 and that’s “what it is everywhere and it should be more for people like me “
Highly rude and I left to find other accommodations. Faster wifi and cleaner at the ACA up the road
um Lugar muito tranquilo pra dormir, silencioso e seguro.
|Parking lot in front of the lighthouse La Paloma
This is called Juntura Hot Spring. Nice little spring. There was no one there when we arrived, a couple others came in later. The road was rough, but we made it to the end of the horseshoe in our civic. The river was high and fast, but not a problem to wade through. The island with the spring is covered with goat heads (plant that drops very sharp little spike balls) so wear shoes. We found the upper pond to hot, but down in the lower one on the river we could titrate to whatever temp we liked.
|Juntura Hot Spring
Nice place to park for the night. Space for 3 or 4 cars
|Nice place in the forrest
Big gravel parking lot with marked sites. Not a lot of privacy, but fine for what we needed. Had a fire pit, pit and flush toilets & hot showers at the far end of the campground. They provide envelopes for you to fill out a form & leave your $20 cash in the box. There was an on-site host as well. We were content, especially since there were not other options in the area.
Large area for multiple rigs (I’d guess 6-8 depending on how everyone parked), couple of fire rings and overall it’s really well kept. Incredible view of the stream which can be accessed by a nice footpath. 4-wheel drive isn’t necessary, however a higher clearance vehicle is 100% required because of the potholes getting to the camp site. Entering the campsite it’s a squeeze, we fit with our GX460, but anything much larger than a standard vehicle will be tight.
easy to access but would personally determine this as a good sleeping spot, rather than somewhere to hang out for a day or two. it's not somewhere to paddle or swim. there was human poop on site at my arrival.... but was at the least grateful for a quiet napping location in the shade for a little while . thank you for the pin.
|Quiet small lake near town
A dirt road leading less than 1km away from the highway takes you to this quiet spot. Forest on one side, pastures on the other. Very quiet, friendly farmers drove by and didn't mind. No signs indicating any legal issues.
|Meadows & Forest
flat spot to stay overnight. lot of van were there
Nice parking lot for the night. Fills in early with hikers and bikers. Well shaded except for noon hours. Not big enough for any pull-behinds though.
|Griffith Creek Trailhead Recreation Site
Short dead end toad that directly on Lake Heron shore. Amazing water access.
|Nice Place at the Water