Basic camp side, 60 MAD for camper, power and 2 person. Sowers under construction next 2 months ok. Toilets in restaurant.
|Camping Cafe Agdz
stayed 2 nights without problem. few traffic and some cyclists in the morning. nice spot not far from town
Great spot for a night. The bathrooms were spotless when I was there, and it wasn't too noisy aside from the nice highway white noise. However it was insanely windy. This might be common, judging from the wind farm a few miles east!
|EB Whitewater Adobe Rest Area
very empty, quiet village... bodegas/tiendas were closed, an old woman sold me some sublime :)
was closed, when i was there, really busy road ... i cycled the 7km down to san mateo, where i got money, food and a nice place to sleep in that hospedaje brisas (30 soles, very hot water, clean room), cycling up again next morning was less fun, but no problem
great place! 30s for a clean room with very hot water - perfect. very friendly as well, got some snacks in the shop and could eat breakfast in the morning
great place! really nice options for tents next to the river, no cars at night
|Field with rocks by the river
clean washrooms, potable water, large flat parking lot, area for pets, picnic tables. could hear cars driving by, but wasn't terrible
|Midland Rest Area
Go to Mezquite Grill on the first floor right outside by the pool! Amazing wood fired pizzas for less than 200p, and 100p margaritas!
|Hotel Misión Restaurant and Bar
No issues going northbound. Waved us right through
Not the kindest host but offered us a welcome tea. Charged 80 Dhs for a camper car without electricity. Showers are warm and there is no Wi-Fi
Perfect place to stay a night. Our dog got to run and play w other dogs. There are a couple of other vans in the lot. Nobody bothering anybody. Pretty quiet and safe
Alright for a night, saw other overnighters and felt fine
Clean & warm showers, helpful staff, nice atmosphere. We paid 8000 pp/pn for our 4x4 with rooftop tent. Separate amenities and kitchen available for RV/tents apart from hostel, but the hostel shared spaces are also available. Fully equipped and nice shady courtyard. A welcome stopover for us after several days of wild camping.
|La Casa Del Sol Naciente CAMPING
We arrived during the evening so it was dark and very few people around. No sign that says you can’t stay overnight; we were not bothered. Beautiful sunset!
9315 East Blake Ranch Rd
|Blake Ranch RV Park and Horse Motel
Accessible by 4x4 Vehicle or Motorbikes that are off road capable.
|Look Sa Kae View Campground, Pieng Sor
Again during the week it is deserted and we where alone.
|Look Sa Kae View Campground, Pieng Sor
At the moment it's not worth driving the steep and narrow road up there. Just before the camping spot the road washed away. No way to reach it.
|Eco Parque Santa Rosita
To avoid. We were sleeping in our tent when the owner of the place came to us, at 11pm, saying "it's my territory, move". There was no agressivity, but still, no room for negociation with the language barrier. Needless to say, it's not a pleasant experience to be woken up that way and having to find an other spot around midnight.
Called and they allow overnight stays at this location. Got there before closing and when I woke up there were 2 other campers that parked around me that arrived over night. Lighting from street lights and noice from nearby highway.
|Cracker Barrel Lakeland TN
Shaw Safari is primarily a self drive safari company. They have 10 vehicles which are a mixture of Landrover and Toyota. The reputation of the business is clearly linked to the reliability of those vehicles. They have a fully equipped workshop, inspection bay and trained mechanics to support that business. I needed work done to our Toyota and after speaking with Paul the owner (who offered me the choice to visit Toyota) I decided to get the work done and a service here. We have tested the vehicle on rough roads since and I can not fault the work done. Having been present when the work was done I have no reservations in recommending Shaw Safari as a reliable and honest place to get some work done if you need it. As an added bonus they have a great campsite which makes any stay a pleasure. @a.truck.called.wanda
Be aware that there is a city ordinance of no OVER NIGHT parking in Savannah. We stayed in a sprinter van and just as we were about to leave at 8:45 am, a city official appeared at our window to inform us that we were not permitted to stay overnight. He was very smooth and just issued us a ‘souvenir’ warning saying this law applied to the streets as well. We’ve traveled and boondocked all over the continent- this was a first for us. He did say they are trying to get signs made and erected for clarification. Had we left a few minutes earlier we would never have known. We did however enjoy a fun stop over in a beautiful town. Consider this an update!
|Tennis Court Parking
small but clean coin laundry. pretty cheap (1,75$ per load) . old machines but they do their work. restrooms too, but no WiFi (but you can use the WiFi "infowest" on the parking lot). they do have a changing machine
|The Laundry Room
Drove into Welcome Center/Rest Area. Didn't use the dump station but it's available and free. Sign says to ask attendant or security gaurd to unlock. It was locked when I drove by it.
|Louisiana Welcome Center
On the spot they built an house now, but a few hundred meters uphill there is a decent pull out where to spend the night
|just spot next to the road on the mountain
we stayed a little more west on the larger gravel lot next to the trees. sherrif parked next to us, didn't say anything
Definitely not free anymore, official booth collecting 3 soles per person. Honestly not much to see here, better do the tower down the road.
|Nazca Lines II
Very nice and quiet place just a few km of the main road, even if you don't plan on climbing Cerro Blanco. Indeed some sandy patches, up to the point where an old desolate bicentennial flag is flying, it should be doable with 2WD.
No cell service here, but some closer to the road.
|Cerro Blanco trailhead from westside