When? Who? Comment Place Location

Just as described national parks sites with no hook ups, only 10 bucks a night with a pretty good view

Governor’s Landing 29.47917, -101.02885
A very long Honeymoon

Great Place! And so many overlanders that there is always someone there so also safe to keep the car there during the day. Everything in walking distance

San Pedro Cemetery -22.90842, -68.19849

1500 pesos for 2 with motorhome water and electricity clean and quiet in a front of mare Chiquita lot of pink Floyd

Camping "Laguna del Plata" -30.95427, -62.86969

Ahhh...slept in after incognito'ish camping last few nights. Nice to camp where welcome🎰

Railroad Pass Travel Center 35.97150, -114.91106
sonny jadun

Got here late last night. No other campsite available. Make sure when coming to park, get a permit for dispersed camping at recreation. hov website in advance.
nice quiet nobody here. T Mobil wifi was slow but worked to check media uploads.

Nine Point Draw 29.61300, -103.13905

today we came and had a nice time. the price went up though 100pesos per person + a life jacket (didn't check the price at the entrance ) we paid 30 at the campsite for the jacket)

Puente del Dios 21.93076, -99.41474

we stayed here. there are 2 campsites next to each other with the same name?
the one next to the entrance asked 150 pesos per person.
the on next door 100 pesos per person.
we had a nice time between the fruit trees and other campers

Campamento Puente de Dios 21.93083, -99.41477

great traditional Boyacense Cuisine with a nice gourmet twist.
give a go. won't regret it.

La Casona Restaurant 5.72160, -72.85020

Nous nous sommes stationnés plus haut pour être a plat devant des immeubles résidentiels. Nuit hyper calme. Par contre amende de 73$ car il est interdit de stationner la nuit avec un véhicule de plus de 8' de haut et 20' de long.

Street near beach 34.02896, -118.51421

Comfortable, clean, and updated place to stay with super friendly owners Steve (from the US) and Fanny (Mexican) who are happy to help out with local suggestions. Good gated spot in their driveway for my motorcycle. Close to the centro, so this was a good home base to walk around Loreto for several days. They just got fiber internet, so good WiFi too.

Iguana Inn 26.01245, -111.34256

This is a small pullout, big enough for maybe a van or if you’re towing something (be aware it may be hard to turn around if bigger than a van)

We were able to get pretty level, only a few cars passed by at night but was a good spot.

On way to Dutch John, it’s a small pull off right before entrance to Deer Run Campground.

Small pullout in Dutch John 40.90121, -109.44352

super nice area with a picnic table. very easy to get to, turn right at the gates.

Ft Stanton BLM 33.50021, -105.52409

There's a bottle fill station outside the restroom here. It's slow but we haven't found many other options around. Only good for bottles then transferring into jugs. Won't take a hose attachment. Parking is free in the off season.

Hampstead Lake Bottle Refill 40.68032, -73.64536

Stayed one uneventful night here parked in the south west corner in front of the ShopRite. Only one other class C overnight. Fair amount of garbage strewn about in the lot. Walmart open 6a to 11p.

Walmart - Jerusalem Av 40.69478, -73.57957

Now 17 pesos for 20liters. The most expensive we paid since we are in Mexico.

Electropax - Water & Ice 17.51349, -91.97809

stayed the night here. other rigs and semis stayed overnight. food & gas nearby.

Walmart Supercenter in Ottawa, Kansas 38.58058, -95.26526

At the end of the gravel road (by the bathing lake and then onto the dirt road). No services, but quiet and a beautiful view of the lights of the surrounding villages. Possible for all motorhomes. Many pitches on the gravel road. It goes without saying that you should take rubbish with you.

Kvareli Riverside 41.96433, 45.80548

General mechanic who does good work and takes good care of reasonable pricing.
Our starter failed and he was able to diagnose it was bad, take it apart, then bring it around the corner to a Maestro who rebuilt it completely within 2 hours. This was huge for us because our starter isn't available in Mexico at all and even rebuild kits are expensive!
speaks a little English, very happy with the service.

American auto tech 16.25117, -92.14384

New RV Park in former work camp. Great people, we were invited to join a fire circle. Laundry on site ($2.50/ load wash & dry).

They are trying to make it an artist community.

Smugglers' Roost 31.95304, -108.81060

We camped here in our rooftop tent for 4 nights. Ted’s done a great job setting up clean organized facilities; toilets, showers, communal kitchen and social atmosphere. Shady, peaceful property with lots of wildlife. The camping was great value and Pavones is a wonderful town.

Pineapple Creek 8.38308, -83.14174

Reasonably quiet night. A few other vans, trucks, RVs, and cars, but tons of space and parking available. The grounds edges are filthy, but otherwise fine. Road noise from I-80 isn’t bad at all.

Rest Area 40.78844, -117.12950

good place to fill the tank, and take a rest.

Posto BR -19.10478, -51.74688
Kenneth Leake

Nice parking/camping spot. has several day use vehicles here, but still room to camp.

Kiamichi Mountain Road 6025 34.59882, -94.50369
Kenneth Leake

Nice camp spot with two fire rings. Easy to get here, with one rutted spot where higher clearance may be needed. Most vehicles will not have any issues.

Campsite 34.60192, -94.49943
Kenneth Leake

Nice camp spot. room for 3 or 4 vehicles.

campsite 34.60541, -94.49581

Nice place to have a good night with bathrooms and a pool. Big space for a big cars.

Stephanie 13.20155, -88.52781

Nice quiet nights sleep. Nobody here except us. A few people stopped in the evening likely to rest because everything was socked in with fog. Really couldn’t hear traffic in our Sprinter. One bar of 5G with AT&T, three with our WeBoost and excellent bandwidth. I’m glad this spot is here as all of the campgrounds are closed and Forest Service CGs are few and far between.

Jct 80 Blue Ridge Parkway 35.77049, -82.16409

Nice big open parking lot. We parked in the corner without an issue. There were some cars in and out but early in the night and a few trucks with boat trailers stayed the night also We got here at eight at night and left about eight in the morning. Also, there is a very nice path next to the river for a morning stroll :)

Columbia boat ramp 33.94906, -81.02972
Nomad N Rad

What a wonderful place to stay while visiting Alamos. It’s surrounded by big trees, lots of colourful flowers, butterflies etc and it’s so quiet!!
We brought bikes so could easily ride into town in about 5 minutes. It’s an easy walk as well.
It’s worth it to hike up to at least one of the miradors in the park. We chose Tortuga and had a lovely view of town and the surrounding area.
There’s no facilities so you will have to have your own bathroom in your rig but there is a garbage can just outside the gates of the parking lot.
We are staying in town a few more days but chose to move over to the lovely campground called Rancho Acosta. There’s a pool, hot showers,wifi and water for $200 Mx for two people in a van or a little extra if you want electricity. We figured it was worth the splurge to relax at the pool for a few days and leave with an empty toilet and a full water tank!

Parque la Colorada car park 27.01849, -108.94569

Estacionamento Beira-mar colado na praia, silencioso e seguro.
Não há ponto de apoio gratuito, mas há vários restaurantes no acesso ao pier.
A praia Ă© tranquila e habilitada para banho, mas nĂŁo tem sombra e alguns perĂ­odos do dia venta muito.

Seaside parking glued to the beach, quiet and safe.
There is no free support point, but there are several restaurants on the pier access.
The beach is quiet and able to bathe, but has no shade and some periods of the day is very windy.

El Ă‘uro - to see Turtles -4.21870, -81.18215

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