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Building has a for sale sign, but laundromat is still open. Two of six washers out or order, two of six dryers out of order.

The Farm Store 53.30342, -120.16110

Nice camp near the lake, very kind staff, no atm arround, but payment with card on recepcion with no problem during whole stay

Duchonka 48.67011, 18.09348

Safe, quiet but really overpriced (a tourist bus will pay 108 for 24 hours, campers have to pay 216, and the time counts from 0:00 to 23:59, witch means you have to pay 432 for a night).

Parking lot E5 Park of Chapultepec 19.41901, -99.19801

Jolies plages. En marchant jusqu'à Children's Pool, vous y verrez de nombreux phoques et leurs petits sur cette plage qui leur est réservée. Chien non admis à proximité.

La Jolla Cove 32.84730, -117.27880

This place is fantastic. Super inexpensive for the amenities that they offer about $38 per night, you can camp right by the lake, super clean bathrooms, great laundry facility it is clean, operated three dollars to do a load of wash two dollars to do a load of drying, they sell firewood, eight dollars for a bundle, the lake is perfect and beautiful, the people who run this place are super nice, you’ve got RVs here. You can set up a travel trailer here for a longer-term and they have great tent camping sites with water and electric about a 15 minute drive to 20 minute drive to Portland. This is a great place to camp.

Wassamki Springs Campground 43.64778, -70.40176

we spent one night here, it's very quiet and a nice spot to see stars at night, the toilets are clean and open during the whole night

Burritts Rapids 44.98238, -75.78594

estacionamiento sobre la playa.. viento pero tranquilo y seguro.. siempre hay algún otro motorhome.

They spent 2 days here... a large viewpoint on the edge of the road, we went to the exact place that is marked by the street below but we don't think it was the right place, so we found the viewpoint. beautiful view, you can rest despite being on the road.

playa centinario -41.13112, -71.29022

Passing through Mazatlan, this trailer park was located right next to the beach, albeit a bit far from the other attractions in Mazatlan. It was shaded but provided enough open sky for Starlink on a tall mast.

We stayed here three nights.

Mar a Villas 23.29727, -106.48030

Got health certificates for our cats here before crossing the border to Belize. opted for simple certificate without stamp from Guatemala city. Cost was Q550 + Q180 per cat. Used it at the border of Belize with no problems. Make sure the vet lists all of the required vaccines on the document.

Hospital Veterinario Antigua 14.55598, -90.73521

Nice next to the river we camp there one night calm, sunset sunrise, flat ground for tent.Few cars passed by the road next to there, quiet.

Gravel road 35.64298, -118.36792

Site was OK although there was no wireless while we were there. The campsites are toward the back and unfortunately a lot of garbage, abandoned vehicles and trailers back there. But easy to get in and out, and quite level. Worth it for the pair of playful Grey Jays that live at the back where we parked the trailer. No biting bugs but that's probably due to the time of year and how unseasonably cold it was.

There are better sites in the area though - one six km to the west on the south side of the highway and another eight km to the east on the north side (same side as this one).

Crooks lake 52.56998, -59.23412

Great spot! Many pull-outs and very quiet. Beautiful views over the valley and the rockies. Definitely worth a stop!

Ghost Valley Road 51.27082, -115.00751
Blue Sky Adventures

Everything as described. Stayed one night without issue with another camper. Board walk trail was closed but still mostly passable.

Rancheria Falls 60.07948, -130.81938

Très bien. Accueil chaleureux.
En pleine nature.
Nous y avons passé 2 jours.
Visite de la Quebrada très intéressante.

Quebrada de los Cuervos -32.90662, -54.44727

Beautiful location with fantastic views in every direction. Easy access to this spot even with 2WD, although some side roads look like 4WD & high clearance would be helpful. Afternoons were pretty windy. Only saw 1 horse & it was from quite a distance, but this road is marked as a wild horse scenic drive on Google, so there are many out there. A handful of vehicles going down the main road each day. Good TMobile service.

White mountain road dispersed BLM 41.54849, -109.42147
Waldo’s Pappy

NPS campground. Not sure on number of sites but many. Clean, quiet, bathrooms, dump station, water, and the usual Park Service $30/night and Park Pass required. Has senior discounts for both. WiFi sketchy for AT&T, wife’s Verizon a little better.

Seawall Campground 44.24468, -68.30802
Jessica Peterson

WARNING: if your rig is over 9 foot 3 inches you cannot enter the park. There is a low tunnel.

Public Water Spigot 42.70768, -89.03696

Small camping, convient for one night. Basic but clean.. Quiet, trees, river. 25 CAD. No electronic payment.

Unknown 45.91916, -65.80490

Gravel parkinh spot, big enough. We were there only one with our car. Quite and save. Cooked our dinner outside. Some people went for walk around with their dogs. Good spot.

Dunsmuir Railway Crossing 49.38644, -124.61236

Nice place. Highly recommend.
Low highway noise.

Monte Christo NF 34.34242, -118.11017

Nice place with clean rooms, AC and fast wifi. Safe parking for motos and a few vehicles. 5000 for a double room.

City Lodge Guesthouse 33.71131, 73.09511

I believe this I back on the water worked for me!

Rest Stop 41.23722, -105.43422

still a good hostel, reasonable price and a priceless view.
150k for two.
Edwin also does laundry for you (10k per kilo)
there may still be space, even if says not available!

Lavalon Sea View -10.15726, 123.58323

the drive up there made me really skeptical.. but when i arrived i was really happy!! beautiful place. firepits, toilettes, room to run and play, nice beach !! small lake but a guy came to launch his Kayak

j'étais vraiment septique en me rendant mais j'étais tellement contente un coup arrivée ! magnifique ! des pots a feu, toilettes, de la place en masse pour courrir et jouer ! belle plage ! le lac est pas gros mais ya un gars qui est venu faire du kayak

Salt Lake 49.90312, -100.70329

Muy agradable y tranquilo. Se caminan 30 minutos para alcanzad a las piramidas. Un poco dificil de encontrar al lugar, llegamos de noche y hay que golpear la puerta bastante fuerte para que se escucha o llamar a Julia directamente. (+525510469697)

Rancho Viejo - Teotihuacan Pyramides 19.68044, -98.82432

Sites 1 to 25 are FCFS. Dirt/gravel sites, sewer drop/drinking water

Miracle Beach 49.84642, -125.09384

Un excelente lugar para descansar y hacer senderismo se puede acampar o dormir en auto a la orilla del lago sin costo extra solo pagar la entrada a diario que a la fecha son $50 pesos mexicanos por auto

An excellent place to rest and go hiking. You can camp or sleep in a car on the shore of the lake at no extra cost, just pay the daily entrance fee, which to date is $50 Mexican pesos per car.

Centro Ecoturístico Las Peñitas 16.13498, -91.75299

Ferry to other river side. Wanted to go to Dunn Lake Rec. Unfortunately the last take off is 6.20pm

Little Fort Ferry 51.46505, -120.23300

Decent spot for the night. Quiet and undisturbed.

Crestwood 46.80111, -96.79440
Mike M.

We stayed on the street, but just a quick overnight (we rolled in around 10pm, out by 9:30am the next morning after enjoying an awesome breakfast burrito from the adjacent taqueria that apparently used to be a Burger King). It’s a public road and there are no signs indicating this isn’t allowed. The lot looked a little sketchy and is definitely private property, though there are no signs about overnight parking there either. It was empty when we were there. The street is a little more sloped than the pic implies, but not too bad. Someone (in the taqueria lot?) was playing some loud music around midnight but only for a few minutes. Quiet otherwise, and no one seemed to mind that we were parked there.

Street Parking 38.92541, -121.05502

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