When? Who? Comment Place Location

Very neat spot to spend a couple of nights! The area and the columns were gorgeous, made for great climbing right out of the car. There are two sites, each with many different spots to choose. In November, we had one whole side to ourselves. Definitely lots of use here, lots of trash left behind. Very Rocky (and sharp!) so drive slowly and be cautious. Had cell service with T Mobile. Pit toilets were super full and a little gross - there are much cleaner ones down the road a way’s drive at the boat launch.

Frenchman Coulee 47.02785, -119.96708

sort of ghost village. Several abandoned houses that seam relatively new. sheet metals make noise in the wind. A bit spookey...

360 degree view -6.84793, -78.03594

We arrived at this point around 3:30 p.m. with the intention of buying tickets for the next day to the Lagoons Miscanti y Miniques and Piedras Rojas (Salar de Aguas Calientes Sur). However, they only sell tickets paid for in cash for the same day. So we asked if we could sleep in the parking lot to buy the next day, they were very friendly and said yes, no problem at all. The night was very quiet, but it is a cold place, so come prepared. The tourist office sells tickets from 08:00a.m to 03:00p.m. We recommend buying tickets at 08:00, because around 08:10 the tourist vans and the long line start to arrive. @edu.e.carol

Chegamos neste ponto por volta das 03:30 p.m com intenção de comprar as Entradas para o dia seguinte para as Lagunas Miscanti y Miniques e Piedras Rojas (Salar de Águas Calientes Sur). Porém eles só vendem os bilhetes pagos com dinheiro em espécie para o mesmo dia. Então perguntamos se poderíamos dormir no estacionamento para comprar no dia seguinte, eles foram muito simpáticos e disseram que sim, que não tinha problema algum. A noite foi muito tranquila, porém é um local frio, então venha preparado. O ponto de turismo vende os ingressos de 08:00a.m às 03:00p.m. Recomendamos comprar os ingressos as 08:00 em ponto, porque por volta de 08:10 já começam a chegar às vans de turismo e da fila grande. @edu.e.carol

Tourism information -23.58722, -67.89135

Great location. Beautiful views and so close to the river, you could fish. Room for tons of vehicles and very flat. Could hear cars going by, but hidden. A few spots are grassy, some in the dirt and some on the river stones.

Futaleufu River -43.42660, -72.08929

Pretty spot w lots of dispersed camping. Was muddy when we came but not too bad

Dalton Wells 38.72292, -109.69051

Great place to use free dump station, get drinking water and use restroom. Starbucks, Einsteins, McD, Wendy’s and gas stations nearby.

Welcome Center Colorado, Fruita 39.15339, -108.73647

Parking still available, despite the hotel (still) being built. Went there on the weekend the city was packed, weekdays the place is more than quite. Toll for the tunnel is 58 Pesos. Not many international tourists, which is good though! It was quite hard to find a toilette on a Monday morning when all tourists where gone. Rumor has it there is another street into town without using the tunnel. Take a walk off mainstreet, away from the crowd, it's magical!

Valley overlook 23.69777, -100.88937

Entrance now is 500 pp for foreigners. The botanical garden is nice but not spectacular. The walk to the monument / ruins on top is nice! Closed on mondays

Pukara de Tilcara -23.58600, -65.40406

Great places to stop for the night, plenty of room for big rigs. Convince store and casino in parking lot.

Railroad Pass Travel Center 35.96790, -114.91010

Be sure to bring $30 cash for over night stays. They have a dump station but no sewer hookups at the site. Very quiet and a ton of space. We stayed overnight and it was nice.

Elks RV park 37.29606, -120.55170

Spent one night here. There were several different little pull off areas, so it was well spread out and felt like I was alone. Peaceful and quiet spot if you need one while in the area.

Utah-Arizona Border 37.00076, -112.51682

Good little restaurant with friendly staff and decent food… not too many other options around

El Nihuil -35.03212, -68.67493

Same timing for dance. Now 150 pp. give about 2 hours for this place. Dance about 40 min, falls 30 min, tour 30 min

cultural village and waterfalls (matenga) -26.44311, 31.16051

Regret coming here as a camper with RTT. More than 10 cars came in and out for the bar and restaurant all evening past midnight. You are camped in full view and 3 metres or less from the public carpark, which means when the cars arrive and leave, their high beam will be right in the tent and you’ll hear them come and go.

You can also hear all the traffic from main road, awful revving engines from bikes and trucks

Manager promised that bar would close by 11 pm and it will be quiet but it was the exact opposite. Bar started playing loud music past 11 pm, people shouting across the block and still playing pool within

Not much protection from wind as well. Should have just wild camped at the dam

View is pretty average

Altogether a really terrible way to end our Eswatini trip

Avoid if you want a peaceful night

Sobantu Guest Farm -26.13524, 31.21583

Hostel with dormitories, has a garage for one, maybe two bikes. Ask in advance because it is a garage that is in use for woodworking.

Hostel Mambembe -22.91620, -43.18108

when we arrived ~5:30pm there was no one there. we were told the nurses who live there were working in another pueblo and would come back around 6-7pm.

while we were biking around town to figure out where to camp the chefe del pueblo saw us and offered us to stay in the town's free hospedaje, just a tiny house with some rooms. very nice!!!!

Centro de salud -19.27503, -68.27875

I think the bush coverage people talk about has been removed. There was a large flat grass área but it was very visable from the road and from 4 closeby houses. Not for us.

wild camp with sealions and dolphins -42.00510, -72.72448

They painted the wall and changed prices...200 pesos per vehicle per night, 100 for the day, 250 for 24h. Still kind of negotiable, staid the day and the night for 200.

El Mirador 31.72575, -116.72298

good option for playa union.
After a noisy night in the beach parking lot, we moved there. all services, good attention, wind protection, sun protection (lot of trees) and 5min walking from the beach ans downtown.. recommended !

Camping Issys -43.31319, -65.04673

Beautiful place. Not easy to find but very nice. We were alone with our camper. The host gave us eggs for breakfast.

Hostal Campo Santy -41.60141, -72.67253

You Can put your little size rv camper here. Is a quiet and safe place, but the road is fully sand and in bad conditions.

Changarro's wild camp 18.21920, -95.48980

Open flat area. No amenities. We stopped at first spot after turnoff that was open. Beautiful mountain and desert views. We were alone. Heard coyotes. Many goats head thorns on the ground made it a little hard for our dog. ATT had LTE. Just a few miles outside Lordsburg, you can see city lights twinkling in the distance. No road noise.

BLM land in the NM desert 32.32100, -108.80980

Great facilities and still free for the first two days but noisy at night (dogs, irrigation system).

Gazientep Motorhome Area 37.07485, 37.26373

Not passable for us in our Ford E250- river was strong and about waist high (early Nov 22)
We returned to the main road to get to Montezuma.

River crossings 9.71357, -85.04800

We stayed here for two nights without any problems. It is a beautiful wild camping spot- you can take long beach strolls and enjoy some
We were the only ones during the whole weekend.
The owner from the campground next door just came by a couple of times to walk his dogs and greeted friendly.

Bajada Las Rocas 9.63379, -85.07397

Very nice camping. We spend a night there in our campervan and paid 14’000 for two people and a campervan. They have 12 places for campervans - all with electricity. Wifi works well in the common area where also the kitchen is. Toilets and showers are very clean and the guy who introduced us to the place was very nice and spoke fluently English. We’re highly recommending this place.

Camping Güino -51.73025, -72.48977

Blissfully quiet. Plenty of flat space just a few hundred yards in and to the right on a smooth dirt road. Highly recommended!

Fire road off of Old Woman Springs Road 34.42662, -116.78846

we stayed 2 nights at this lovely farm campsite high up in the Usambara mountains. Basic sight, large space and grassy. Nice ablution hut with 1 shower with constant hot water and 2 flushing toilets, clean. Farm shop selling bread and cheeses and butter etc, we bought a huge loaf of very tasty brown bread 10000tsz. 1 firepit and 2 electrical plugs. perfect location to hike from we went right to the highest viewpoint early one morning then descended down to Irente viewpoint. we went into the hotel and sat on the terrace with a sofa each for the same price as paying to go and walk around the hotel to the viewpoint (2000tsz pp) Campsite was 15000 tsz pppn. @a.truck.called.wanda

Irente Farm -4.79378, 38.26550

Big rig? Not so sure. The entrance is 2 meter something high and our rig is 3,40 meter. I can't tell if there is another entrance for big rigs. We knocked on the door but nobody answered. So we left.

Los Abuelos -22.90594, -68.20466

We really enjoyed this campsite. Nice, good space, swimming pool. You can get everything. After travelling for many days we met the first overlanders here. The only drawback is the poor wifi.

Andes Nomads, Desert Camp & Lodge -22.98168, -68.18314

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