Convenient and safe spot to park for the night, but definitely NOT quiet. The facility sits at the intersection of two major highways. 18-wheelers with Jake brakes all night. Many stores and restaurants available here. Excellent cell coverage.
|WV Welcome Center Rest Stop
|A sudden leap into boondocking
low clearance. 11 ft. ... can go to gravel area on far left but very iffy. I'm at 11' 3" and managed to get through going in the left lane gravel shoulder drop off. many air conditioner parts and antennas in the ditches. very little warning and nowhere to turn around.
|Natchez trace exit to 241
Parfait pour RV la nuit et le soir. Il suffit de repartir le matin pour éviter de se faire avertir.
|Back Parking Lot
Really cool place, you could set up your tent inside or outside. WiFi is working very well. The kitchen is ok. The place was really clean and the shower was really hot ! 5000 CLP per person.
On of THE spot on iOverlander, certainly the best spot we ever found since the beginning of our trip. Super friendly family welcome us. They live in a house, in front of the beginning of the path to the mirador on the hill. If gates are closed go ask them to open it. Shower with good pressure and restrooms. Incredible view on the valley and the hill. Hamac, tables, small mirardor and sound systems available. We've spent 2 days here for free, we were all alone, they close the gate for the night, after the father park his 4x4. $2 to walk up to the hill with the mirador. Police pass few times a day. It was super safe and very quiet. On WE it's a restaurant/bar. Don't follow Google GPS, go through the village Comasagua and then follow sign El Peñón. Bad signal with Claro.
|Mirador El Peñón de Comasagua
Great beach when it's calm and no wind. you check in at mini Market on the main road, cross the street, then pass the guard and down to beach. nice wind proof palapas are 600 pesos, 4 rather large but not as sturdy palapas are 400 pesos. no water or dump, just porta potties.
Great kayaking here, there's a kayak launch just beyond the first gate. I spent two nights here, the Sheriff showed up the second evening but was just patrolling, no issues with being there. Anglers, kayakers, and walkers showed up before sunrise each morning, they were so quiet I had no idea they were there until I got up for my morning walk. Mosquitos were still present after sunset, but not in large numbers. Would definitely stay again.
Safe residential area with multiple streets around allowing parking without restrictions. We stayed there for 2 nights without any problems. At the corner of Marigny and Chartres, there's a bar and that can be sometimes loud late at night but no one knocked on our doors or were disrespectful. One block further than Marigny there's an old building with 2-3 businesses on the 1st floor on one side and a electric power plant on the other. Some homeless people has set their tents directly on Elysian Fields right next to the plant as well.
Garbages are collected early on Thursday so you might get wake up by the truck and the train whistled early in the morning several times around 7:30 while we were there. There's not that many cars during the night passing by.
Frenchmen street is a 5 min walk away from the spot and is a must see during the weekend. Everything is pretty accessible and you would definitely enjoy to walk to get to the French quarter or back to your van. Location is awesome and totally worth it if you are willing to wake up early and/or tolerate a bit of noise. Don't hesitate to drive around with your van so that the spot don't get too crowded over time and end up with restrictions.
Enjoy New Orleans!!
|Good safe for small rigs.
Beach was fairly quiet on a Thur night, trash was minimal. We got to watch a whale shark for most of the morning just off the shore. Got I and out easily in our 4Runner. Not a lot of people, great stop before going into La Paz.
|Beach on La Paz spit
We decided stay the night in the next street, because it was little noisy, it was without lights, but very quite and safety.
|Praia do Costão
Cheapest in Abu Simbel. I paid 500 for two night (the owner wanted 600). Not clean at all. Found a cockroach. Cold water. But very quite. Bike in my room.
|Abu Simble Village
|Kitty Kitty Bang Bang
What a find! We passed a very peaceful and quiet night. No one drives those roads after 11. We were even treated to a view of the full moon over the river. And wifi worked great.
super friendly day host, sites with water and toilet, shower with hot water near the common area. electricity available at the bar. there is a pool too, but I didn't use it.
|Bushman's Desert Camp (Sossus on foot)
We arrived here around 16h, and were alone until about 18h. They charged us 6 Bolivians.
Chegamos aqui por volta das 16h, e ficamos sozinhos até umas 18h. Nos cobraram 6 Bolivianos.
|Aguas Termales de Polques
Still 150 BOL for foreigners, and 30 BOL for residents. There is no structure, and if you need bathrooms, you will need to pay 3 BOL more. We asked about phone numbers or radio frequency if we needed help inside the park and couldn't tell us 🙄
|Andean Fauna National Reserve Ticket Office
Still open! Very quiet place and friendly hosts, the perfect place to have a closer look at the crooked tree village. Parking on grass with a view at the lagoon and they let you use the bathroom with a shower inside an unoccupied hotel room. Still 20 BZD per van per night. Great stay!
Beautiful place. It is definitely not allowed to camp here just so you know.
|Next to Laguna Verde
Stayed there one night.
Indeed a good parking lot close to The Strip and just opposite MGM.
|Oyo Hotel Overflow Parking
Wide open grassy area just north of Ashford on the river - limited spots with water view but good swimming holes on other side to north, turn right other side of bridge (limited space so cars only). Smelly long drop with no lock (stone supplied) and bins. Pleasant enough parklike setting otherwise.
|Severn River Restt Area
Also suitable for larger campers as the driveway is wide enough. 100 pesos pp/night. Cold showers and toilets. No electricity. WiFi available. Nice ambiance. Space for 2-3 vans.
Only suitable for very small vans, as the driveway is very narrow. Had to turn around and ended up at Pepe's Cabañas.
|La Jolla, Barra de la Cruz - TOP
Open dry area. Approximately 10-12 campers, all at least 300 feet apart. Nice sunset and sunrise.
|Cibola Nat. Wildlife Refuge
We spent 5 nights here. For sure the best option in palenque with rigs/big Rigs.
Money exchange at office near petrol station (Global Money Exchange Co).
|Des routes & nous
Couldn't go, 20 guys where here and jumped to us when we arrived. Screaming to go to the canyon... We didn't even get out of the car and left. 🙁
Rua sem saída no coração de Pinheiros, segura e bem iluminada. Há prédios de alto padrão no local com seguranças e câmeras. Rua larga com estacionamento dos dois lados, mas só se consegue vaga chegando de madrugada. Local sem infraestrutura, apenas vagas na rua, mas com muitos restaurantes e supermercados por perto, inclusive 24 horas
Good place to sleep before going to Semuc. We didn’t do any activities here but it was quiet at night. We parked the car at the gasstation in town to go to Semuc the next morning because it is easier to catch a collectivo.
|Lanquin - Grutas
peacefull place.. what a view. we stayed here 2 days. Cold shower and toilet aside.
It was open but have to ask to the viveros house besides for contacting the person in charge. It cost 500 arg pesos. Toilet, electricity and showers avalable.