Desde de Embalse são 7 a 8 km, caminho asfaltada até chegar a Segunda usina, passará por um camping Municipal que muito econômico, segue pelo asfalto até cruzar uma ponte que seria onde cai a água do Lago, logo começa o caminho de terra, que vai bem também, quando fazer a curva para esquerda em direção ao lago, o caminho fica mais estreito, porém da para seguir devagar.. durante durante semana é super tranquilo, não ha movimento, durante o final de semana pode acontecer algumas pessoas que vão de carro para passar o dia, fazer um churrasco.. recomendo comprar no supermercado de Embalse, pois na segunda usina não há tantaa ofertas, alguma coisas vai conseguir..
|Segunda usina||-32.16298, -64.38844|
Hotel in renovation where you can camp and use a toilet and a bucket shower 200 000Gfa we did not negociate. The owner is really nice but the place needs TLC
|Hotel Nelson Mandela (Kissidougou)||9.18712, -10.09252|
Very good mecanic shoc. They know a lot and work on european cars.
|Taller Alvarez||19.28451, -99.63176|
Amazing space to park. Plenty of different spots to choose from. Gorgeous mountains view. Safe and quiet.
|Beautiful place mountain view||23.58959, -99.23978|
Best Tacos in town! Stuff was very friendly and the prices were normal for the Baja, not so expensive as in the tourist district. parking next to the taqueria is no problem.
|Taqueria El Molontzin||26.00790, -111.35677|
Got stopped on the 199 by about 40 socialist rats, demanding 50 pesos. Gave 20, and passed on
|Roadblock by group of 100 men||16.80916, -92.18489|
New water spigot with handle removed. Asked inside if we could fill water and that was a negative.
|Buc-ee’s Gas Station||28.61004, -96.64951|
Easy spot to spend the night. Rolled in after dark and left by 8:30AM
|Parksville Canadian Tire||49.33108, -124.34812|
|Camping Petates||27.29694, -112.89808|
a nosotros no nos dejaron quedarnos, así que nos movimos a otro punto
|Unimall Choluteca||13.31306, -87.17763|
Very friendly, guy said he closes at 2.30pm now, at least when we were there on a Thursday.
|Walnut Creek Wasterwater Treatment Plant||30.28146, -97.65427|
This was a pretty decent spot for the night. Doesn’t quite have the same view as the other pullouts (blocked by grass). Also it seems to be some sort of staging area for some sort of forest trucks?? Big trucks started coming in once every hour or so to dump branches and whatnot out. Nice and hidden from the highway though!! Much more so than other pullouts. Slept here with 2 other campers last night, felt safe for sure. 1 to 2 bars LTE for Verizon. Enough to hotspot for work veeeeeery slowly.
|Huge pull out off 101 with cliff views||42.64153, -124.40744|
Several tent sites present. Each is large and spread out with two sand platforms and a fire pit. Its tent camping only. You have to either call or make a reservation with ReserveAmerica. You can also reserve through the forest service website but it is older and more clunky (prices are the same). One site cost 9$ + 6$ reservation fee + 1$ tax so 16$ in total. Campground is quiet. Apple maps won’t route you to the correct spot but Google Maps will. You will be put out on packed sand forest service roads. They are occasionally marked with arrows towards the campsite. Not sure how they fair after rains but I was able to make it out here on my bicycle when not wet. The forest service people come in the morning to check reservations around 10am. They also maintain and leaf blow the area. No alcohol is allowed. It is a nice, quiet, and dark place to camp and I slept very well. No hookups. I got between 1 and 2 bars of 5G Verizon, it was enough to stream audio of a podcast and make calls. Also I didn’t see them until leaving but it appears they had a bathroom and I would assume it was a pit toilet.
|Jennings State Forest - Hammock Campground||30.14409, -81.90814|
Good place to store the Van to explore the Cayes. Staff is very friendly. First to the Reception to pay for the stay and then to the dirt lot next door. Not fancy, but is just for the van.
|Parking $10USD/day||17.49371, -88.18135|
Place is close, but Still possible to put my tent,very quiet and Daniel the gardien is friendly good place
|Hostel Natura||-25.60588, -54.52475|
|A very long Honeymoon||
Argentina to Chile: All in one, you don't need to stop before anymore to hand in TIP, all is done in this building. Need to fill out the customs form per person while you wait in the car line and 2 forms for the car (they lie on the table or you can get them from one of the counters). They have a dog but it seems to be trained for fruits/veggies, not necessarily meat (2 fellow traveller cars both had salami that wasn't detected).
|Argentina - Chile Border Crossing||-32.84648, -70.11707|
Don’t waste your time coming here! We are here and this camping doesn’t exist, there was a guy who lives here passing by and we asked him, he said there is no camping here! 😓
Não perca seu tempo vindo aqui! A gente tá aqui e não existe esse camping, tinha um cara que mora aqui passando e a gente perguntou pra ele, ele disse que aqui não tem camping nenhum! 😓
|Andrango Camp||-0.23283, -78.34886|
Beach parking, close the street but quiet except guys drive with their cars without exhaust … nice view, windy of course it’s a beach. We stay 3 nights. Very close of the flamingos.
|Lago Argentino||-50.31833, -72.25991|
Plato del día 20Q. Very good restaurant. They do also breakfast etc.
|Donde Letty||14.65096, -90.88924|
I am marking this as closed because now even the little dirt road has NO OVERNIGHT RV sadly. Your closest and safest best is Hollywood Casino. Several big rigs there right now from what I saw… going back there I guess. Bummer. RIP water views.
|Bay St Louis - N Beach Road||30.33942, -89.35381|
É um ponto de apoio bom para dormir, tem wifi (mas quando passamos não estava boa) as pessoas são amáveis. tem câmera de segurança e opções de almoço econômicas ao lado.
|Centro de apoyo||4.68874, -75.60707|
nice owners let us camp here with our bus. enough space but trees limit the hight to 3m. they wanted 50 Doles for the night for 2 adults and 2 kids. no toilets, showers or so available
|Closed Restaurant near Caral||-10.88310, -77.52000|
No cops when we took this road so all good for us
|State cops||19.16445, -99.46795|
Stayed here for a few nights no one will bother you if so just say your waiting for some one on a boat
|Rivera Beach Municipal Marina||26.87880, -80.05675|
great canyoning tour with professional and very experienced guide Lucas, they offer 3 different tours for different levels (also for beginners)
description and prices see photo
|Canyons e Balões - Agencia de Turismo||-29.19486, -49.95371|
very nice camping with excellent facilities, swimming pool and fire places, 45 R$ pp (and they sell ice cream)
|Camping Nativos dos Canyons||-29.17033, -49.97831|
Propane on side of building. You have to prepay. Was $3.30/gallon. They can only fill if they have 2 employees working at the time.
|Speedway Propane||36.12015, -111.22962|
Nice campground. Still $7, very reasonable. Self checkin, but camphost lives nearby and actively enforces payment (and it is worth the $7). Clean pit toilets. No water. Two really nice trails. Cell reception was ok to poor. Starlink worked great despite the mountains.
|Aguirre spring campground||32.37027, -106.55988|
Big rigs friendly, place with or without shade. Sanitory block with hot shower, very good standard (for Argentina).
|Mendoza - Parque Suizo||-32.85468, -68.89669|
Super endroits, au calme et au milieu de la nature. On recommande: il y a de la place pour plusieurs campers, tentes. les sanitaires sont impeccable et il y a une piscine. 1500 ars/pers. C'est trop bien
|Campo Alegre||-31.50915, -64.52852|