Very nice and quiet place with a beautiful view on the lake. The ground is pretty soily and seems like it could get very swampy it rains a lot. We stayed in a small car for one night.
|Wild Camping||43.79015, 6.18677|
large gravel pit. very quite except some traffic
|Dunsmuir Railway Crossing||49.38644, -124.61236|
At the position of this entry there is nothing but a place to leave your vehicle during your visit of Las Nubes. Just cross the suspension bridge close by. No fees neither for parking nor for visiting the falls.
|Las Nubes Waterfall||16.19861, -91.32792|
One of our favourite sites that we've stayed. The owners are farmers and very friendly and helpful. You will learn all about sustainable farming practices if you ask. The site itself is a little further along a dirt road from the farmhouse. The circular ablution block with central tree is really nice. Clean and tidy facilities. Walks in the hills around. The sky is beautiful at dusk and into the night. Support a wonderful local family! Only 150 NAD ppn.
|Aubures Camping||-25.73796, 16.44439|
Liked the cooking area here, lots of space. camp at back of campsite near rock for least wind
|Camping and Refugio Paine Grande (Vertice Patagonia)||-51.07185, -73.09468|
Rooms are very big and clean according to African standards. Unfortunately we had dozens of cockroaches in the kitchen but luckily no mosquitos at all.
|Residence la Grâce||5.36201, -4.00355|
For overlander this is the Best place: outside from the town, in the nature, close the the river (we heard hippos every night and saw monkeys every morning). The place is clean and well maintained. Walk until the town is 15mn. We payed 5000 cfa per night for 2 persons with ours 4x4.
|Assan and Renata's Private Paradise||13.53569, -14.74910|
The DOC Mangawhero campsite in Tongariro NP is small and needs to be booked in advance. If you want to get away from the campervan crowds drive a little further (past the tent sites) and find a few sites further along the gravel track.
|Up from DOC Mangawhero campsite||-39.39074, 175.43214|
By far our best camping experience in Patagonia. Route description is acurate, if you're coming from Esquel simply follow in reverse. We were treated by a blazing pink sunset like I have never seen before (see photo)! In the evening we could see and hear the gauchos herding the cattle down below by the lake, in the morning we were treated by their caravan of sheep moving down the road. Can confirm what TalesInVan wrote; the place is private property but the owner will let you camp if you don't build a fire and don't litter. Unfortunately there was some trash, so please let's keep this place available for fellow travelers. It's not that hard to clean up your own trash, people!
|Lookout above RP71||-42.99652, -71.54058|
Once again we had a great week at Los Cocos. This was our 5th time camping and this beautiful spot. We took our 2nd horseback ride with Marcelo and he gives a great tour. All the vendors were great as always. From produce, seafood, bread, and juice to souvenirs they have it all.
|Playa Los Cocos||26.74304, -111.90039|
Excelente prestação de serviços, com valor justo e serviço rápido. Tivemos problemas eletronicos com nossa F250, trocamos sensores após diagnóstico eletrônico.
|NW mecânica RodoDiesel||-16.33665, -39.58068|
We parked outside for free. 50 cent pp to visit the lagoon, it isn't so nice.. not worth it for us.
Estacionamos afuera gratis. 50 centavos por persona para conocer la laguna, que nisiquiera es tan linda.. no vale la pena para nosotros.
|Laguna Colta parque||-1.72536, -78.76160|
Full Service Lavanderia; 25 Pesos per kg, minimum 3 kg for 75 Pesos
|Lavanderia Automatica Sonick||20.52167, -99.89388|
Stayed in the RV lot across from the Cracker Barrel on 4 separate occasions while working in the area. No issues. Many other vans, RVs, and truck campers parked there too.
|Cracker Barrel||27.49363, -82.47512|
Fantastic campsite with good washroom and shower facilities - had a lovely hot shower. Lots of beautiful hanging plants and comfortable hammocks around the campsite. Richard welcomed us and was very helpful
|Fuku Fuku Camp site||-2.20297, 33.86233|
Only person there, was good for the night and rainier in the morning was breathtaking
|Mount Rainier Viewpoint||46.88439, -122.30035|
Since this is a beach spot, I'd only recommend it if you have 4WD. There's no problem with swimming or getting into the ocean here. It's rocky, but if you have some kind of water shoe it totally works.
|Los Barriles||23.75151, -109.71140|
Very exposed, not a lot of privacy. Many spots with fire rings, so you’ll definitely find a spot. Road is not great, but possible with a 2WD.
|klondike blm land||38.75906, -109.72605|
Good for an overnight stop. New city parking regulations limit parking here to 2 nights in any calendar month. See photo of posted sign, including ordinance number.
|Republic City Park||48.64804, -118.73928|
Nuestras 3 gatas fueron muy bien atendidas por la veterinaria. Tiene buen manejo de felinos y es muy amable.
|Veterinaria Huellas||-50.33896, -72.26268|
Just a decent size pull out on the outside of the turn. Place near the Maverick was a bust in winter so we came down the road to find this place.
|Pull out on turn||40.74942, -111.15181|
clean, all machines working, staff present, in small mall
|East Yuma Laundromat on Fortuna Road||32.66496, -114.44372|
took my money and gave no water on the 5G setting
|Aqua 2000 Water Vending Station||32.66969, -114.46918|
The “road” to get close to the overlook, wild camping spot, seems to be ever changing but you’ll find a route to reach it that’s flat and a safe distance from the edge.
You’ll hear road noise overnight & the winds might be a bit more than your weather app states coming up the canyon BUT it’s worth it!
|Overlooking Snake River Shoshone Falls||42.60542, 114.43831|
Camping site with water and toilet. Pre paid electricity is available
Comfortable and affordable Guesthouse in Chamba Valley, in a big and beautiful garden.
They have two places, which are nearby (200m), but not connected.
|Big-Pic Guest House||-15.36445, 28.35265|
Highly recommended. Lucy and Luis have created a very homey place despite the remoteness. Lucy met us at the gate and made us feel like old family friends from then on. Warm showers, nice Refugio with wood cook stove, and nice flat grassy spots for tents in the trees with ample wind protection. Many small features that make it downright magical, from interesting woodwork and use of gnarled branches to the “cisnes plasticos” swimming through the irrigation ditch. One decent river to ford by vehicle with a mildly sketchy footbridge for those on cycles or foot. Beautiful views, trails, very clean, and an attentive host - just a few reasons to make the “dificil pero no imposible” trip to Fundo de San Lorenzo.
|San Lorenzo Camping||-47.48521, -72.36436|
Nice dirt lot. Deathly quiet and peaceful. 2 other campers overnight. Vault toilets, but must pack out trash.
|Bisti BLM parking||36.25917, -108.25157|
7500 elevation. Ok campground. Small sites, most fairly close to another and not level. Dirt roads seem soft in spots. Most loops are closed now in the off season. Showers and flush bathrooms closed. Some pit toilets are open. Fantastic sunset.
|Bluewater State Park||35.30356, -108.10851|
Excelente camping! Com áreas de churrasco, cozinha compartilhada, uma pequena mercearia no local. Vagas para barracas (algumas com cobertura). Muitas árvores, energia. Banheiros limpos e chuveiros com água quente. Responsáveis pelo camping muito amáveis!
|Camping judiciales||-40.79895, -65.06569|