Stunning view of the viaduct along a simple gravel track, looks like it would be busy in peak season.
*DO NOT GO HERE*
They don't allow overnight parking at the moment.
Quiet and safe place to stay, with hot shower, bathrooms and good Wifi.
we stayed here for 1 night but we could have moved in here we loved it. she charged 100 pesos per person for a nice place with a view of the river, water, a(cold) shower, toilets with paper,a picnic table, a swing above the river. just amazing
|Paraje y Camping San Efrén
Spent the night and it was relatively quiet. Signs say parking is allowed for 24hours max. There were 4 or 5 other campers.
It appears that they do somewhat enforce 24hour rule. Some vehicles had a sign taped to the door, saying they would be towed, if not moved by the 3rd at 11am.
|Walmart at Tsawwassen Mills
Not the best campingsite but it was good for one night between Potosi and Sucre. It's very close to the road and a little bit noisy in the evening and in the morning.
C'est pas le meilleur site de camping sauvage mais c'était très bien pour une nuit entre Potosi et Sucre. Le spot est proche de la route donc un peu bruyant en soirée et le matin.
Arrived here during the day and took a nap and nobody bothered us.
It was quiet but not worth the stress
|Quiet parking with shadow
Great spot below Hwy 263. River at your doorstep. Road in can be a little rough, made it in with a 29' Class C.
Very nice and quiet place at the beach. Location can be easily accessed, no 4WD required, as long you do not drive in beach sand.
We enjoyed our stay and felt safe.
|By the sea
Not the rv park of my life but ok overnight
|Dateland RV Park
|Des routes & nous
Spent 2 nights here. No one came to see us. Nice view and pretty quiet. 4G OK with Orange.
|Huge and hidden pull out in laterite
Fairly primitive campground with incredible views. We’re self contained and didn’t need any facilities, so I didn’t check out what was there, if anything. It was very exposed and windy, which didn’t bother us but might be less fun if you’re in a tent. There were some friendly dogs. You can get a pretty good view of the Bufadora area from one side of the campground. Overall it was a great spot, I’d stay again.
|Francine the Travel Machine
Beautiful place to camp directly on the lake with mountain views all around. No cell signal or facilities but picnic tables and fire pits. We hiked Cerro Falkner Peak in the morning and this a is a great place to stay before or after doing that.
As described. Beginning of November, during the week, nobody around.
Great spot with a beautiful view! I recommend getting here a little earlier to wach the sunset. Very few cars drove by, even in the morning. There was only one long-term RV with two dogs and some cool yard art and one other van. The "hoarder" in the precious comments and picture is gone.
We had a quit night and no problems! The trail is very nice. It was open in November.
|Parc provincial Mashjimonje
Passamos 3 noites aqui, tem supermercado e muitos restaurantes próximos. Além da praia dos pescadores, se descer pela Rua Mucugê bao acessar outra praia além de conhecer o centrinho muito charmoso da Arraial. Lugar seguro e tranquilo, com água disponível.
|Municipal Parking - Arraial d’Ajuda
We stayed at a pulloff a little past benson creek for the night. No issues.
|Gravel Parking Lot
Owners let us stay even if place is closed for season. $40 for 30 amps. They even provided water to fill up and allowed us to dump our tanks. Very quiet spot with great views. Well worth it.
|Sid Turcotte Park
Great spot with a nice view and easy access to the lake for a morning hike
|Mt Shasta View
This campground was renamed Elephant Hill Campground. There are 26 sites. Some are available for reservation and others are first come first served. We were fortunate enough to find a vacant site for the night!
|Needles / Elephant Hill Campground
Nice and quiet place, the staff from the hotel is very friendly and helpful. The sites look like they've had their best time for a long time, but we feel good and safe. 19$ + Tax = 404 Mexps. with full hookup.
|Hotel Playa de Cortès
Road in is quite rough and I'd imagine it's hard to navigate here after dark, but was able to snag a spot right after the first camping sign. Not much competition for space in early winter conditions
|Methodist trails BLM site
High pressure. You can fill your water tank very quick.
Around 5am the security guard arrived and 15 min later used their lights and sirens to rouse and evict someone sleeping in their RV. I was in my SUV with blackout curtains over the back windows. I assumed they’d kick me out too but I fell asleep while waiting and woke up at 10am. Once I took town my blackout curtains the security realized I had been sleeping there, they begin circling my car so I started leaving, they followed me with sirens on until I left the parking lot.
|Walmart Parking Lot
Still a quiet, flat spot with plenty of space
|Tonopah Stargazing Park
|Des routes & nous
Nice place facing the mountains. It was probably a quarry used for the road construction. No one came to see us. You can ear the road but there is no much traffic. Lot of place to park.
Free camping! Also a campground down the road but not sure if they charge. The area is amazing and very little people; however, bring ear plugs!!! There’s a train that runs and they blow their horns all throughout the night. It felt like a train came by every 15 minutes (really didn’t time it out but it was super frequent). Picnic tables are available. Mosquitos were crazy during the time I went.
|Lake Holbrook Campground West
At this checkpoint the roads get closed overnight. when you arrive here at night, the military let you stay at their camp for the night and offers a bed and food. The people are super nice.
The road get's closed after sunset but the military invites you to sleep at their camp. They are super nice and offer food, drinks and a bed. One of then soldiers share a hotspot with me. It's nice to talk with a soldiers but If you don't speak Arabic it's good to have a translation app installed.