When? Who? Comment Place Location

No police here still… doesn’t look like a permanent checkpoint right now.

Corrupt police - SOAT needed -16.09167, -69.63418

Small campground on Forestry Trunk Road. There are free range cattle in this area. $26/night

Dutch creek 49.90443, -114.39636

38 site small campground on Forestry trunk rd

Racehorse creek 49.83337, -114.42301

Located in ditch between gravel parking lot and highway. Pretty good flow. You'll need your own hose and/or filter.

Manresa Grotto Water Spigot 48.39377, -117.28285

Uh. Just one word to describe this spot... "yes".

Incredible views 32mi after Haines Jct 60.96913, -138.10228
Kimball Stone

Beautiful place. Other than that, I have no real review because I just got here. Only checking in so I can add a screen shot of the big rig friendly, super easy way to drive here.
Take 190 to Periférico. It is a large, triangular intersection with an Oxxo/Repsol gas station at one corner. Periférico is a truck route. From Periférico, there is a somewhat rough, dirt road for less than a km. Lowest hanging cables are probably around 12'. There is one tightish turn that presents minor challenges if there is oncoming traffic. Good ground clearance is helpful but not required if you are an OK driver. I shared the road with an old VW Beetle and some kind of new, small SUV crossover thing.

FWIW, I'm 25' long, somewhere north of 10' tall, and however wide a Sprinter van is. Had zero issues on this route, and scraped no cables or branches.

A low class C or similar may have issues with dragging something. Maybe. I cannot attest to that, but the only potentially troublesome part (the dirt road) is easily gotten to, and easily walkable from top to bottom, if you want to pre-scout it.

Rancho San Nicolas 16.73392, -92.62204

As per previous posters - a great campsite just outside Santiago. The big update is that there is now Wi-Fi!!

Easy to find off the road to Farellones, then a few km up a dirt road.

RV Parking & Campground Parque Las Varas -33.37642, -70.46856
Nicolas Servel

We are a friendly family of 4, including 2 kids of 5 and 8 years old. We have a nice big yard with fire pit and kids play things and garden that can host respectful travellers or seasonal workers. If you need an easy stop over to regroup and get some rest on the way to your next big adventure, reach out and we can work something out.

We are located in nature among a small neighborhood. Close to various lakes, ski hills and Gatineau park, and about 35 mins to downtown Ottawa.

Access to WIFI, water, electricity. Kitchen and shower available under some conditions. Prepared meals (lunch, dinner, breakfast) possible with enough notice and obviously $. Affordable good homemade food with local or garden products when possible !

Pets are welcome as long as they behave, especially with chidren and you clean after them.

There's also room to park and store RVs, skidoos, boats for the winter or other seasons, outdoor only, $$.

guinguette des collines 45.68419, -76.12130

Great if it's dry season and you need open sky for Starlink and solar. Shoreline is well receded in September and there's many spots to pull away from the trees, as well as some shady spots. There is also a tiny bit of slow cell reception on T Mobile and Verizon, but not enough for video calls.

Road in is as others mention on the nearby spots. Very slow going weaving over and around huge potholes. This location was the first spur road to the lake driving counterclockwise. Road down to the lake was a bit narrow and rocky, but totally doable in an 8,000 lb front wheel drive, low clearance Promaster van.

Nice views, appears quite clean at the moment.

Clear Lake Lakebed 45.18446, -121.70135

free water bottle fill station with decent water pressure that will fit a gallon jug under it. a touristy area but will do in a pinch

Fort Point National Historic Site 37.81021, -122.47650

as described by everyone room for 18 rvs


Stationnement de l’Aréna 46.98318, -70.56397

OMG! They felt so good! Specific 1 hour parking for showers. Temp and pressure were perfect. Each shower has individual locked room. Dumpster and spigot here too!

Split Rock State Park 47.20846, -91.37853

This place has signs everywhere saying “registered campers only” and the camp-host is across the road. I went to Split Rock, much more legit.

Baptism River Campground Showers 47.34559, -91.20953

Large grassy plateau with some gravel to the right of the road as you approach the lighthouse. Rough steep potholed single lane gravel road in. I wouldn't recommend this road or space for anything other than a b class. Outstanding views. Nobody here but us and from 5:00 we saw two cars come to visit the lighthouse and that was it for a Friday night. Good cell reception. Windy location. The other location further from the lighthouse with the picnic tables was much more sheltered.

Fort Point Lighthouse, Trinity 48.36158, -53.34776

Clean simple rooms with communal bathroom. Single for 60 dirhams (~$6) per night. Showers with hot water and good pressure.

Hotel Bir Anzaran 28.44010, -11.10597

Passamos duas ótimas noites. Excelente localização, na rua de trás da av. Principal e duas após o trevo da cidade onde está o postoYPF. Varias lojas comerciais, restaurantes etc. Neste estacionamento público não havia placa indicando proibição de estacionamento para RVs. No entanto notei que no outro estacionamento público no final da av. Arrayanes havia placa proibitiva.

Las Frambuesas -40.76331, -71.64510

Stayed here in my 25ft class C instead of traveling up the dirt road to the other spot. Road noise during the day. Only one here. Very leveled. Some cars stopped during the day here and there and seem to use it as a quick rest stop. Good service tmobile.

Sno-Park Parking 44.43215, -121.95892

Big flat spot. I supposed it has been created to have access to underground pipes. No shade, no protection from wind (but we didn't have any wind the night we stayed). Visible from the "road" (which is only a dirt path), but we didn't see anyone. Far from any human presence (there is only a mine far away). Easy access. Very quiet, felt safe, starry night and a vicuña in the morning.

Roadside - A-15-B -20.99597, -68.50892

20$ for a water fill up which tasted disgusting, would not recommend at all

Custer Crossing Campground 44.20523, -103.64927

Very nice place, stayed with two campervans and saw no one at all. Nice swimming water and some hiking options nearby

Big spot right on the riverbed 40.62642, -8.35973

no parking signs still displayed. tourist information office here too, no longer at the pagoda in town. open 9 to 5 seven days a week.

Scenic lookout and Terry Fox monument 48.48509, -89.16855

A well-kept, clean camp ground, as described. Nearly all camp sites are in large open fields, although there are some shade trees.

4 Mile Creek State Campground 43.27520, -78.99731

You can spend the day here, but overnight is not longer allowed.

Parque Maua -33.24253, -58.06471

Stopped on our way back in from Bolivia.

As we are planning to return to Bolivia in a few weeks, we didn't bother with the pet paperwork, as the first time we entered Peru the SANASA was shut and we were let in without documents.

They asked to see the pet paperwork (which we didn't have) and after a lengthy discussion, explaining that we needed to return in two weeks to take our cat to a vet and her let us pass.

SANAT PERU CONTROL -15.86399, -69.99728
Cubby Van Life

Caution. We pulled in to check it out, decided not to stay, and while we were there 3 minutes, someone came and chained up the opened gate! Thankfully, it was not locked. Coincidence or a deliberate action? Be careful.

Olsen Drive Road 46.64927, -84.31090

Yes, nice.
Decor is reminiscent of an old British Pub.
Good WiFi for online working.
Good Cafe con Leche for 16Bob

Cafe La Plata -19.58952, -65.75319

Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet grassy meadow an inviting spot to camp.
Warm days, cool nights and a view of the soaring Uinta Mountains make this quiet, grassy campground an inviting spot to visit. And when you spend a night, you're joining a steady parade of travelers who've stopped here since mountain man, Jim Bridger, built his trading post along the Oregon and Mormon trails in 1843. The Lyman KOA is a short drive from the re-created post (some original buildings) of Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Visit Labor Day weekend to catch the Mountain Man Rendezvous, complete with black powder and buckskins.

Stopped here from Salt Lake City on my way back to Minneapolis. Overall this place was an awesome stop with plenty of room and extremely clean bathrooms and showers. That along with the ability to do laundry and camp/ shower for under $35 for a tent spot in the middle of no where. Can’t beat it. Will be back soon!

Lyman KOA Journey 41.34991, -110.29840

still exists, it is highly recommended slow down! ;-)

Speed trap -25.86821, -55.11777

Co-opting this spot which seems to be shut down but replacing it with Mutual Propane right nearby. Will fill built in RV tanks as well as portable ones.

Mutual Propane 53.56266, -113.60132

Headed southbound you can stop on the right just before the safety barrier.

Natural Arch -16.05932, -73.96079

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