When? Who? Comment Place Location

This spot is gorgeous! I love it honestly. I have never seen so many mosquitos in my life though. I wouldn't recommend coming here without bug nets.

Miners Canyon Informal Camp BLM 40.19979, -111.88697

A small clearing off of USFS trail 201.2A. Roughly 50 yards by 30 yards, so plenty of room for bigger rigs. It’s a little sloped north to south, but nothing some levelers won’t handle.

Lots of cattle grazing right in this field and nearby and the amount of cow pies may be enough to deter the average person. Minimal road noise from Bogus Jim Rd (USFS 201), just passing by ATV’s and trucks with the occasional SxS taking a trip up 201.2A, maybe one per day.

No cell signal but clear sky for starlink, which is not easy to find in the area.

Bogus Jim Road 44.15416, -103.51181

Stayed 1 night. A guy from the military parking spot advised us to go this direction as it is safe and super quiet.
It’s a dead-end road but not used, we tried to go to the end and it was completely overgrown. So no traffic, but note that you have to go back in reverse.
We parked on the side just in case. Not completely flat but manageable with levellers. Had an amazing quiet night. We had shade until 9AM. Nice views on the river and vulcano in distance. Okay Signal with Bital

Roadside -16.36356, -71.53438

Stayed for one night, parks between two standard campervans and close to one RV (I’m in a truck/SUV camper). Friendly staff, bathroom is all the way in the back. Subway inside.

walmart 38.74839, -112.08487

potable water in front of the cementry, locals told us

Orfanio Cementry 40.77364, 23.95099

Dormimos apenas uma noite, tem toneira, energia e os banheiros são limpos com água quente e ainda tem calefação no ambiente liberado até às 21:00 .
Ah, o wi-fi é excelente!

Information Touristica Cerro Sombrero -52.77462, -69.28720

2000pp to pitch a tent? too expensive. i left

Camping Brisa De Huaco -30.14259, -68.50442

Beautiful facilities for a shower and hot tub for $5.25pp. Also free wifi available and good coffee

Lake Louise Inn 51.42870, -116.18254

Regular diesel and propane. Tires and mechanical

Race Trac Gas Station 52.33105, -121.41993

The only general/liquor store in the area. Not much inside, almost no fresh food. Big bottle water is the only safe filtered water in town but tap water is probably fine

Clarke's General Store 52.33279, -121.41672

Informal campsite just off the road which has minimal-no traffic above the river with a fire ring

Horsefly River 52.35343, -120.83840

Local com ótima estrutura de ponto de apoio RVs para passar a noite.
Possui água, energia elétrica e local para descarte de esgoto.


Dormimos uma noite na ida para Foz do Iguaçu e outra noite no retorno.

Posto Benedita -25.41826, -50.76124
Mark Turley

Large park with 93 electrical/water sites and 16 yurts. Nice and forested, but sites are pretty close.

There is a dump station just before the entrance to the park, $3 fee at drop box.

William Tugman State Park 43.60058, -124.17834
sonny jadun

This is the parking area for the locals to see the Mirador. In the evening lot of young people on weekends stop over to chill out. it can get loud on weekends. It is perfectly safe. Tge police take rounds every couple hours. They stopped and said HI to me. No problems staying here. Jorge is Adventure park attendance and Lois is night guard attendant. They can keep an eye for you too.

Mirador - BICI Canopy 14.77838, -88.79095

Perfect! Beautiful scenery. Quiet. Fire ring, wifi and 2 bars of cell service! My Revel made it up no problem but might be sketchy w/o 4x4.

Rim overlooking Hungry Horse Reservoir 48.31545, -113.98179

Spent one night unbothered. Quiet, restrooms open 24/7, the vending machines only had drinks when I was there. Drinking fountain with water bottle filling station. There were a lot of flies! Plenty of space to walk dogs. No camping sign upon entrance.

Ward Rest Area 44.15467, -96.75641

Designated camp spots with fire rigs. 2 bars on Verizon on camp number 24. Very quite, this one is close to gravel road which is not a problem, but if you want more privacy and have more luck, get the one closer to Bryce. Showers are available at Bryce canyon for 3$ and as of 9/9/23 no hot water.

Dave's Hollo designated camping 37.66402, -112.18300

on the ruta 2 entrance you can ask for camping in the area, they’ll allow it. entrance is 5soles for the car and 2.5 pp. you can camp right next to the stone formations. i chose this one due to the wind protection. also the drive up to the laguna (just follow the road) is breathtaking beautiful

Bosque de Piedras -10.91935, -76.32677

Great campsite with several fire pits. Quiet, some level spots and clean. Great place to stay.

Hwy 66 loop campsite 35.27844, -112.69321
sonny jadun

Main square of the town. Gazebo in center has a tourist office that can provide you a map. Cathedral is next door too.

Plaza Libertad Historic centro 14.76734, -88.77817

Yes just avoid this city. Its not van welcome

Warning: Steep & narrow streets @ >4,000m -19.57759, -65.76674
Joel Haldeman

The air/water machine was broken but the cashier said I could use the faucet. Good pressure!

Shell Gas Station 36.85150, -119.80262

great spot direct on the beach.
in daytime Bussum with day people
come early or afhter 18.00 and there is enough room.

there is a port/gate 2.10 meters high to enter.

but i saw people lift it and enter with a higher camper.

600 meters small supermarkt.
100 meters restaurant.
50 meters German bunker.

come in the evening

Omaha Beach 49.38040, -0.90473

Lovely place. Very quiet on a hot Saturday night.

A local had a quick swim in the evening and 2 locals were fishing on a boat and left before sunset.

Great fireplace and benches, easily accessible by normal car in summer months

next to the lake 54.37015, 24.64057

Free to visit battlefield. A lot of information and a short film to watch in the visitor center. A must stop for anyone traveling in the area to learn about the history of the Nez Perce and the area.

Big Hole National Battlefield 45.64130, -113.64369

Wow, I wish places like this were more commonplace. Water, dump station, flush toilets, dumpsters, recycling. On your way in/out of this recreation area. No reason to leave trash or poo behind at your dispersed campsite.

Dumpster Facility 45.41079, -114.01140

Great place to hang out and swim. There was another camper down here on a Saturday also, but it’s a big area so you can spread out easily. No cell service. Easy access. There’s some dumpsters, a dump station, toilets, and water towards North Fork before you get into town. Keep it clean and poo free!

Salmon River 45.39722, -114.22905

Beautiful campground with bathroom and fire pit right above the Illinois river with space for one large group (or 2 small groups but you'll have to walk through the other camp to get there.)

4-5 spaces for cars by the bathroom but it will be tight. I recommend backing in from the road if possible. Space for RVs or trailers a bit down the road but turning around will be a challenge, you'll have to go pretty far down the road to turn around again (I'd recommend parking at the Six Mile a few miles before if you're in an RV)

Free, no fires usually though.

2 bars Verizon 1 bar US Cellular.

Echo Beach Campground 42.14766, -123.59249

Since July, the city put a sign no camping in the park.

Sundance Park 44.40282, -104.37864

Great campground. Bathrooms and showers are modern and very clean. Standard campground with standard noises but relatively quiet. Bay 5 and 6 are tenting area with semi-privacy and vault toilets. Great place if you're self contained. Showers are $1 for 3 minutes $2 for 6 minutes.

Stephenfield Provicial Park 49.52270, -98.30224

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