looped dirt road off the BLM main road. plenty big for different size rigs. there are quite a few moderate rocks sticking out of the road, so if you're in a lower clearance vehicle, make sure you go slow so you don't get caught up on one. stay here in a minivan. easily leveled side to side, but it was a little harder to get level front to back because I put out my leveling ramps and they just sunk in the sand. The sand isn't deep enough to get stuck in, but the ground is just very soft. wound up running up on a few rocks from a nearby fire pit to level. passed a few ATVs on my way out, but no traffic has gone by since. only one half of a mile from the trailhead. You can stay at the trailhead as well because there are no signs saying no camping, but I figured this was a little more private and didn't know if it was going to be busy in the morning with vehicles kicking up a lot of dust. super dusty out here and pretty windy the evening I was here. I liked the previous listed spot two and a half miles back better, but I wanted to see what else was available. The other spot had a better view but was farther from the trailhead and I didn't feel like driving back on washboard roads to get back to it. I would probably stay at the other spot next time, but this one is fine as well. there are nice clean pit toilets at the trailhead down the road and I had one bar of 4G Verizon. able to send texts and look up things online, not enough to stream videos or send pictures.
|1/2 Mile from Crack in the Ground Trailhead.||43.32484, -120.67660|
Nice private campsites. $18 per night in cash,
|Paul Lake Provincial Park Campground||50.74964, -120.11605|
Beautiful scenic spot. Very quiet, only a few cars passed by while we were there and the 101 could barely be heard.
|Hwy 271 creek/road pullout||39.99434, -123.78972|
LOTS of overnighters here, spent the night unbothered.
|Cracker Barrel||43.63616, -70.33839|
Three or four flat spaces near to a dirt road. One of them has a stone fire ring. Great views.
There are a couple smaller spots on the way that look to have been used infrequently as camp sites.
A standard 2WD SUV should get you there safely. Some parts of the road are heavily rutted so a low clearance vehicle might scrape or get stuck.
Two bars of AT&T LTE.
|Calico Draw Easement||40.38367, -108.52130|
Very warm welcome, super spacious, absolutely fantastic view over Guadalajara and nice, clean bathrooms. Highly recommended!
|Chapala RV Trailer Park||20.36798, -103.18057|
Lots of land, lots of space and no signs
|Abandoned Mill||55.13276, -127.77163|
We stayed one night 2p and motorhome and paid ARS 2,000.
|Camping Las Toscas||-33.63970, -65.56639|
Nice campground, a few pull through spots with many back-ins. None of the spots really have a lake view, so just park where you're comfortable. Free firewood all over camp, definitely bring an axe or hatchet. Most wood is pretty wet, so look around camp for smaller pieces if necessary and plan to spend a little time chopping and lighting. Bugs were pretty light - but beware the birds. If they hone in on your spot they work together and they're smart! They tried to steal a frying pan from us. The boardwalk along the lake is flooding, so there's not much of a trail anymore and it's muddy. There is a brand new paved trail from the entrance of the campground to Haines Junction, though, if you have a bike or are up for a bit of a walk.
|Pine Lake, Yukon Parks Campground||60.80014, -137.48799|
Pay and free parking spots. Quiet, not crowded. Beautiful stars at night. Pleasant slot casino with a few card tables.
|Kewadin Casino - St Ignace||45.92705, -84.73434|
Really nice area and clean. Grocery store is on the corner of the road and has water fill-up (paid). The garbage man came around 6 am, but had no issues.
|N Wetherly Drive||34.07569, -118.38884|
not an official campground but a wonderfull finca with lovely people. Marcella and Juan are very hospitality. they give us a tour around their finca with coffee, cacao, banana and citrus. the finca is nearby the landsliding of january and the road is vanish, a new one is under construction and give some delay on the 25.
|Finca Villa Maria||2.24570, -76.78167|
National forest campground with something like 10 sites. We’re here “off season” at the end of May and no fee information is up, so it seems to be free as of now. Should be $10 otherwise. Nobody here at all right now, a nice peaceful spot with Picknick tables and fire pits.
|Aspen NF Campground||40.51697, -106.03387|
Great spot! Safe, quiet, right on the lake. Water and bins available. Other IOverlanders were here also.
Lugar muy tranquilo. Dormimos muy bien y seguros. Había otras Motorhome a cerca! Recomendable
|parking in the park||-27.77823, -64.24938|
Nice terrain. Easy access after the road repairs. I noticed that there were many washouts before but all clear now. A sedan reached also this point for a hike. So accessable campground. cell reception is 4/5 bars T-Mobile with fast 4G connection.
|FR552 camping spot||35.37385, -111.59884|
I used (49.2331897, -90.9645227) instead.
|English River||49.23316, -90.96481|
great spot to spent the night. surprisingly quiet and close to the city center. Orizaba is worth a visit, it's a nice Pueblo Magico
|Dead end near rio||18.85702, -97.11372|
nice and quiet . lot of place .people were friendly
|Peirce Island||43.07489, -70.74718|
We got here and paid local price (3.21bob), the only thing we've done was covering our number plates with dust so you couldn't read is foreign. No question asked whatsover
|San Cristobal Gas||-21.15715, -67.16839|
This is the taller of a KTM dealer and he is opening a Kawasaki dealership. I was looking for spark plugs for a Kawasaki 650 and he had it. He seems to know what he is doing. Maybe it is the best place for big motorcycles in Huancayo.
|KTM Dealer||-12.06385, -75.21685|
Nice place direkt over the sea between big rocks. You have a good look over the sea. Good for 4-5 Camper. The last 200m are a little bit hard.
|End of the road||49.51782, -1.87832|
There are 3 new campsites just by the reception.
|South gate SKELETON COAST PARK||-21.17327, 13.66977|
I confirm ! Maaany wild camping options here, choose the track you want, find the spot you like.
|Aba Huab Riverbed||-20.48619, 14.31708|
No water at the time of this comment. Many kids selling souvenirs chasing your car !
|free spot to cool down in creak||-19.14147, 13.81515|
All the same as the below comment.
|Ongongo waterfall||-19.14015, 13.81972|
a place for camping and rest in the road and near the beach ⛱️ especially for bike riders and campers
|Kerpe Gebes camping||41.14383, 30.18813|
TZ to UG :
Friendly police, we had e-visa printed out in the previous town (I pin it), so fast and easy.
If you have a CPD, no need to pay anything for the car
|Mutukula Uganda border||-0.99989, 31.41721|
The more you drive further, the less trash you find and the more peaceful it gets. We stayed for two nights with no problems. We didn’t go swimming as the water was very brown but locals did. One morning a Shepard came by and had a coffee with us. Unfortunately he took our fishing rod in the end and never returned.
|At the lakeshore||39.78297, 64.79366|
If you go in low season the camping is free. There are a lot of amenities such as electricity, run water, showers, toilets, grillers and tables. You can stay very close to the Uruguay River. It is a very nice and quiet place. Don´t forget to buy the grosery before you came because it is a bit expensive.
|Camping El Paraiso||-33.16025, -58.35723|