When? Who? Comment Place Location

Dirt pull off on the side of the road. Pretty spacious. We parked our 2WD Sprinter in the back. The middle is the most flat spot. We didn't want to use our leveling blocks to not bring more attention to us. Road is family quiet at night. We had no issues when we stayed one night. One bar ATT, no Verizon. Other pull outs along this road that are both smaller and larger than this one. I'd recommend this one since you can tuck yourself into the back of the pull out to be more low key.

Pull off in Encinal 34.06252, -118.87698

Pin is approximate. As you arrive in Sodwana, navigate to the lighthouse restaurant, after this, with the restaurant on your right hand side, turn right down small track and then turn immediately right again and you will reach an orange-ish gate at the end of a short track. Campsite in a lush garden setting. Good hot water shower. Archi is a great host and knowledgable about the area. There is a shared kitchen, communal fire pit area, though you can also do you own by your camp. Lots of shade. PowerPoints at campsites. Secure. Though overall would describe as simple, informal camping, only a few pitches. Perfect base if you are diving in Sodwana! Would recommend sending a WhatsApp to Archi so he can arrange to meet you and send you the gate code (there is no doorbell) he can also send you a better location pin: +27 (74) 164-3646. 150pppn.

Natural Moments -27.51566, 32.65693
Lianne Lish

Great spot! Funky smell outside.
Some industrial noises all night. Very pretty! I just read the review warning people to stay away. I'm happy I didn't read that before staying here.

Cottonwood Park Free Camp 2 53.99008, -122.78775

Very friendly host and nice place. Lots are tight together but we were the only ones there so no issue for us. Showers and laundry still work in progress, but the host is doing his best to get this done asap. Fully hooked 40$ is a good price.

Mat-Su RV Park 62.02712, -150.07155

Great family owned campground. Super friendly owner and great prices. They have cabins and plenty of tent camping. We had a great spot by the river.

Thorn Spring Park 38.60697, -79.35279

Super loud between road noise and train coming a bunch of times during the night. Wouldn’t recommend this spot if you’re a light sleeper. Not horrible tho. Bathrooms were decent.

C.H. Wallow Rest Area 36.49199, -119.52077

Congrats to the city, great job building this campground! Potable water and dumping available (but not direct hooks)

Halte VR Ste-Marie 46.44603, -71.03812

great free spot right near tahquamenon falls. dirt road that circles around with a good amount of space - we were perfectly fine with 2wd. quiet and peaceful with few bugs and a great fire ring. no facilities. we only saw one other camper and no one came to check if we had a camping permit.

CCC Prison Camp 46.64086, -85.12619

Um estacionamento público grátis, ao lado do rio perto do centro e do museu Cheroke. Tem uma trilha na ilha, que começa no estacionamento, ótima para caminhar e para pets. Chegamos no fim da tarde e durante a noite chegou um RV maior. não fomos incomodados.
Free public parking, next to the river close to downtown and the Cheroke museum. There is a trail on the island, which starts at the parking lot, great for walking and for pets. We arrived in the late afternoon and during the night a larger RV arrived. we were not bothered.

Parking Lot 35.48357, -83.31504

We wanted to sleep here but they asked for the incredible sum of 350 pesos per person or 700 for two. So we went to the nearby lake where we slept really well.

Hotel Villa Mexicana 27.74138, -107.63626

Check the GPS coordinates for this place - We just blindly followed Google Maps Directions without realizing the coordinates put the location pin right in the middle of the lake. Coming from the west, google directed us to the west side of the lake where there is no access. Reported this error on 5/24/2023, so depending on when you read this, it may be fixed. The campground is actually just east of the lake on the north side.

Lahontan State Recreation Area River Camp 39.44977, -119.05053

Paramos aqui pra consertar o pneu, depois do atoleiro na estrada .

Borracharia Tyre shop 5.29485, -58.69989

Nós passamos uma noite aqui, porém o atendente precisou ligar para alguém para autorizar e foi preciso sair as 7 da manhã. Não abastecemos porque não tinha S 10 .

Gás Station 6.02144, -58.26621

It's been surprising hard to find spots in this area so close to Memorial Day. But this big lot is completely empty so far. The county came today and mowed the area so the tables are completely accessible. The grain elevator you see sticking out of the water is the only thing left of the original town. The rest of it is underwater and can been seen when the water level is really low. There is no Visitor Center, it was removed years ago and the signs were never updated. There is a museum in town somewhere.
The vault toilets are clean and have toilet paper. Some road noise but quiets down at night. You can hear a train in the distance maybe 2x a day.

American Falls Reservoir Recreation area 42.78013, -112.88312

we spent the night and the whole morning
local people welcome us, chatted with, and they even offered (for free) mangoes and couple of other fruits that were growing just over there
very quiet, with a very nice view

Quiet wide street at San Pedro Totolapa 16.66544, -96.30175

Abastecemos e liberaram a água, mas precisava de adaptador de mangueira. Perguntamos no posto e no mercado, informaram que não tem ducha.

posto combustivel -34.49670, -54.32729

Wifi is accessible from parking lot without a password. Speed is decent.

I camped one night (no no signs) and got a friendly knock in the morning from the sheriff.

Post office, store, and food truck are a very short walk up the street.

La sal library 38.31282, -109.25169

They don't fill on board RV propane tank

Lockhart's Auto Service 46.42302, -63.78290

Only place in PEI that can fill up an on board RV propane tank. Very kind people.

Bell's Irving 46.43705, -63.63766

Abel and Mirta are super friendly, make good home bread and sandwiches. Also have drinks. Was 1700 a good sandwich ham and cheese with olive oil and spices. 1000pp the night. They make breakfast aswell that you can eat in their warm house

Camping -34.01424, -69.03670

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,
Half of the campground is first in first service and the other half is reservable. If not reserved you can also occupy these sites, 90 sites in total.
Water has a boil notice.
Pit toilets, rubbish, fire rings and table.
No lake view from campsites, but can access in day area

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.
Toilets and very good (Hot) showers, that are clean and fresh. Looks recently tiled. Electricity and BBQ at spots. Swimming pool in summer. Large camp site. Well maintained. Recommend this place.

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

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