The visitor center has been knocked down. Currently, all that's there is an empty field with a fence around it. It'll probably be closed for a year or two.
I found their new temporary location, and the lady there said that they're going to build a new building at the original location. But, that apparently Won't be any time soon.
|Visitors Center||49.29592, -117.65129|
200 for 2 persons, nice swimming! Another family came but the place is very tranquilo!
|Balneario Los Lobos||15.73003, -86.74978|
nice place, gazebos to sit, and it's huge. really nice place to boondock for a night
|Rest Stop on 85||35.84067, -80.13364|
Some road noise, but not bad. We were the only RV in the lot. Overall, pleasant stay.
Great spot right off the road with terrific views of Santa Fe. like others have said be careful of all the broken glass and scattered litter around the area. perfect for rooftop tent camping. 5G AT&t service.
|Santa Fe Overlook||35.79696, -105.89656|
Typical truck stop. Trucks in and out most of the night. Good place for a one nighter.
|Pilot truck stop||42.94716, -74.35529|
very nice quite spot but with a lot of mosquito & horseflies but would definitely come again :)
|Secret Lake Wild Camp||49.77037, -94.08015|
This is a great site lovely views, can be windy. We stayed two nights un disturbed. Not sure if the dump station is still operational, nothing to say it is not to be used.
|San Luis Lake SWA||37.67957, -105.73764|
Great place to pass the night. Dog friendly too!
|Bug Light Park||43.65433, -70.23445|
Víctor is very friendly, but the place is very dirty. Bathroom was a bit disgusting and the place seems as no one take care of it. It's a pity. 40s/2p/n.
|Hostal Casa Amelia||-8.07475, -79.11889|
Called and asked permission to stay overnight in our camper van and we were told that it was allowed. It is a large lot with designated RV spots. There were a couple other overnighters here when we were. Quiet night, felt safe, would stay again.
|Cracker Barrel||43.19556, -88.12776|
The price is now 30,000 pp. We were a group of 8 people (this is the maximum) with 2 guides. They speak English, Spanish and French. Everyone had enough time to look through the telescope in the 2 hours and we learned a lot. The observatory is higher than most, it is completely dark around it. It's a bit more expensive, but definitely worth it as it's more personal and I think more exclusive. Hot drinks afterwards. Recommendation!
|pangue observatory||-30.14409, -70.69043|
After the tour at El Pangue observatory, we were allowed to stay here. It's right on the road, but no traffic at night. It is absolutely quiet and dark. The sky is amazing!
|Observatorio del Pangue||-30.14420, -70.69047|
Très belle place tranquille, magnifique parc juste au bord du lac, très tranquille, espaces de picnic et barbecues à disposition!
|Saint Donat, Parc des Pionniers||46.31466, -74.22585|
with a Toyota sienna, came at night, the gravel way down to the camp looked too much, decided to sleep in a little pull out after the turn left from the 87 highway. not sure if it is allowed but no one disturbed me. was hard to level though. beautiful sunrise
|NF Camp spot||33.92384, -111.46003|
Really great camping ! Lot of space, beautiful with trees everywhere, access to a river, kitchen with fridge, and everything you need, loads of bathrooms, hot showers. We paid 40 reals per person. Very quiet at night, highly recommend this place !
|Padang Surf Camping||-23.39507, -45.00976|
Beautiful campground with natural park and fishing
|Maramec Springs Park||37.96002, -91.53288|
Air de pique nique, à côté d’une station service qui n’est plus en activité à l’heure actuelle, calme avec belle vue
|Saint Anne de Monts||49.12897, -66.49194|
okay spot with no facilities. you can hear the road during the night, but the traffic is low. there is room for lot of people.
|Next the road||48.30951, -69.96379|
Definitely an amazing place to camp ! Very quiet and the view is super nice. The bumpy track is pretty rough for our home on wheels but the landscapes are breathtaking so it’s worth it :) there are some steep and rocky parts I wouldn’t take with a big rig
|Piambo Pools - Wild Camp||-14.70808, 12.27512|
Closed 5/26/23 :( stopped instead about twenty five minutes up the road at another, however much smaller location. Hope this one opens back up soon
|safety roadside rest area||36.10756, -119.32279|
Spent the night here with no problems. I was a bit concerned with the hwy noise at first, but it became white noise and/or tapered down as the evening progressed.
|Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park||32.80208, -79.90081|
Good place to have a break. Nice view, place to refill water and beautiful nature!
this was a safe and quiet spot to spend the night. we were here on a weekend night, when no one was coming in and out of the Pixar offices. might need a little more caution on a weeknight.
|Street Parking||37.83406, -122.28225|
Filled up our water tank today. there is a black hose attached. opposite some public toilets!
|Brennan Recreation Center||49.72616, -123.14367|
wasn't working for us today. not sure if still shut off for winter or you had to pay $2 to use it.
|Petro Canada||49.74120, -123.13438|
On our way from Mendoza to Buenos Aires. They didn't want us to stay at the other YPF that's on iOverlander, but this one is just fine for a night when you're on route. Plenty of space and really kind staff.
|YPF Villa Mercedes||-33.64284, -65.47202|
Good place to stay for one night. We parked our Van in front of the Flying J and not by the trucks. We asked if it is allowed and they say it is not a problem. There slept outhers too. The shower was great and super clean, but with 18$ very expensive.
|Flying J Travel Center||35.53086, -119.18779|
Daniel is a super friendly guy and the place is nice. It's the off-season but he was happy to accommodate us. Now $2000 pesos for two in a van.
|Camping Las Toscas||-33.63970, -65.56639|
|Fish and Kitty||
Park service maintained campground inside Devil's Tower Natl Monument. First come first served only; no reservations. $20/night, no hookups. Sites should accommodate any sized rig. We arrived early afternoon the Friday before Memorial Day, and more than half the sites were empty. Surprisingly, there were open spots available the entire holiday weekend. Beautiful views of the famous monolith in one direction—especially at sunrise—and the river valley in the other. During peak season, camp/park here and hike a mile and a half up to the visitor center and main trails rather than fighting for parking in the visitor center lot. 1-2 bars Verizon, enough to stream video with a cell booster. Note: we had thunderstorms with strong winds and marble-sized hail during afternoons/evenings, so check weather if your setup is sensitive to it.
|Belle Fourche Campground Devils Tower||44.58182, -104.70679|