When? Who? Comment Place Location

Stunning, level, gravel campsites. each with own braai and tap. Absolutely perfectly clean ablutions. Very safe with Cellphone signal.

Kroon Lodge -30.20668, 17.93531

2nd time staying here and still a hidden gem. About a mile off I-29 and paved road the entire way. The poured concrete sites are my favorite. But the entire campground is great. Two thumbs up on the restroom/shower. Definitely will be staying here again.

Huff/Warner 41.92436, -96.13416

Thunderdtorm brewing, no risking driving to Island only to get stranded in pouring rains.
Overnight on pebble beach with horses and gazillion mozzies as company. Very quiet with no passing vehiclez whatsoever.

Pebble beach towards Kukonje -20.91434, 26.26975

Signs posted: no overnight parking. Don’t know if it’s enforced or not and it is closed for the night.

Silver City Visitor Center 32.77735, -108.27867

Right off I-10, full hookups, we happen to be here when the wind is 70 miles an hour, so there’s wind noise and some shaking of the motorhome, only 1 other vehicle here, so I’m pleased to finally have no neighbors! This is not a resort, but an ideal spot to hop off the road, eat, sleep and get back after it. We saw a baby rattle snake crossing the dirt road on the way to the sites, so heads up for those little rattlers!!! Safe travels ya’ll…

Bowlin's Butterfield Station 32.22574, -108.09467

Good spot to sleep. Not all spots are 2WD friendly. Super dusty (be prepared to clean everything) great spot to sleep while exploring the Grand Canyon!

Kaibab National Forest 35.97621, -112.13237

Very nice place! They didn't have electric sites available so we took a water only. Nice trails to do with the dogs, a little lake where we brought them swimming. 12$ for water only + 3$ park fee/person.
There are bathrooms and showers in the rv parts but you can walk to them from the water only sites as well.
Need to register at the headquarter before going to the campsites.

Palmetto State Park, Texas 29.59156, -97.58561

Beautiful campground with lots of friendly goats. My children loved it! Just beware, one mama goat wanted to attack our 30 lb dog.

We were able to hook up to electricity and water. Plus they have bathrooms and showers. I would recommend this place to everyone. It's definitely worth a visit at least!

Jackson Lake Island 32.39188, -86.32617

Uma delícia de lugar! No meio da natureza, com uma montanha ao fundo…
Os donos são muito acessíveis e bem simpáticos!
Tudo bem limpo e organizado!

Manga Rock Bar & Camping -26.76374, -49.17020

Stayed at primitive site across the lake from the dam. Due to severe winds, we decided to stay under some trees by the shore. $8.

Brantley Lake State Park 32.54581, -104.38647

This place is now a public bird park Macaws and butterflies

Camping abandonado -22.87090, -42.33096

Fire department has been notified due to fire risk. Private property.

Scott Rd/Rose Hill 50.65143, -120.23456

Actually the rest area has a gate with a sign on it that says "Gate closes at 9pm"...

Right across there's a gravel parking lot

Yes the rail road track goes along the gravel parking lot as well as the rest area

Sicamous Rest Area 50.84002, -118.98315

Great area for overnight, or even a few days. 5 spaces with water and electric hookups, a dump and trash dumpsters. Very well maintained. There is a nice park with a lake nearby, great for walking our dog and sitting to sip coffee and enjoy the ducks and geese. There is a donation box, please be sure to donate so they can continue to offer this great stopover. If the hookup spots are taken, there is still room for you to park off to the side.
Amore restaurant has great food and a bar, just fyi

Anderson Chamber of Commerce 32.31779, -102.55463

Could not find it. No fence or name sign visible. Left.

Hostal Cabana La Isla 5.58359, -75.79128

Walking distance to the river. dorms are just mattresses in the attic of wooden house. privates are under the dorms so can be a bit noisy from above. Price/quality good considering location in the jungle. Starlink internet, cold showers, okay food

Hostal El Nawal 15.54681, -89.95190

This place is permanently closed.

Hostel Mendoza Inn -32.89186, -68.85777

Just like the posts, it’s quiet, low to no traffic in the parking lot. No hwy traffic. Clean, nice little town. 1 class C and 1 Walmart semi present

Walmart 24h 35.71067, -96.84204

the reviews talk about it being wrong too

Clayton Lake State Park 36.57462, -103.30060

Not available at the moment April 15.

Robert V Ostler Park 50.02460, -125.24075

I slept with my rooftent on this parking, no police or ranger. A little bit of noice from the road but it was fine I stayed until 7h30 !

Public parking -33.32003, 115.64540

Useful for an overnight stop, no amenities but flat, safe, right on the waterfront and close to town. No one bothered us and a few Korean camper and were nearby. We were directed here by locals who say Koreans often camp here.

Near Sagok Bathing Resort 34.89912, 128.57067
Adam Gott

Small parking lot for a Walmart. This one is a pretty small Walmart with only one entrance. Fairly clean parking lot. Decent Verizon signal. I didn't see any 'no overnight' signs but I didn't look really hard. I can say that they are not on every lamppost as originally reported.

Walmart 41.79035, -107.20641

There is no T Mobile service down in the park, but a couple of bars up at the sign. You can also watch the sunset up there..which is what we are doing right now. It is super windy here today. I am adding photos of the current campsite pay information since there wasn't any already. The visitor center had a blue algea warning, so be aware and do not get in (or let your pets get in) the water if you see it.

Clayton Lake State Park 36.57227, -103.30173

Super nice surprise rolling into this place after a crowded camp in Bahia Concepcion and not so great hotel in Mulege. It's a single, private clamping tent with AC and a great bed. Right on the beach with almost no traffic. Best shower I've had in a while too. Booked on airbnb. Just look in punta Chivato and you'll see it. Great hosts and super private.

Colibri Glamping 27.05604, -111.98927

2x plugs Type J-1772 - No price / free of charge
Located behind the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, along the South-Western exterior of the Employee Rec hall.

There is a keypad on the charger, but you don't need to enter anything, just plug in and charge. It's free for anyone.

Mammoth Hotel EV Charging 44.97670, -110.70253

1x plug Type J-1772 - No price / free of charge
Located next to the historic Haynes building.

Haynes Building EV Charger 44.97415, -110.70013

A by reservation riverside campground for nomads near Portland, OR. Part of the Van Life Campgrounds network of community focused campgrounds for nomads on wheels.

A riverside oasis for van lifers and nomads on wheels on a lovingly cultivated 25 acre ranch. Enjoy private beaches on the Molalla River, a designated communal van life & nomad area equipped with wifi, toilets, a shower and a covered hang out patio. This working cattle ranch comes equipped or within spitting distance of all the activities you could need including a free to use paddle boat to get you out on the water.

More info & booking online -

- Safe Place To Park
- 2 Private Beaches
- Paddle Boat
- Hot Showers
- Clean Toilet
- Wifi Included
- Cell Service
- Shaded Communal Spaces
- BBQs
- Water Tank Fills
- Dark Skies
- Trash & Recycling Available

- 25 Acre Property
- 58 Min. To Portland
- 5 Miles To Groceries
- Hiking & Biking Available
- Popular Area For Skydiving

Grass Fed Beef
Stock Tank Hot Tub

Pet Policy: With free range ducks/chickens pets are welcome on leash. There is a gated off leash area setup through Sniffspot.

More info & booking online -

Van Life Campground - Riverside Nomad Community W/Wifi 45.16346, -122.53331

as others had done, parked in the university parking lot and used our hose to get to the spigot. of course we asked inside and they said it was okay though the first guy looked a little confused by the question.

Sunoco gas station 42.67666, -73.82231

Enjoy Ocean Views & Cool Temps At A Hand Built Nomad Community In Fallbrook, CA. Part of the Van Life Campgrounds network of community focused campgrounds for nomads on wheels.

Smack dab in between San Diego (1 Hr.), Los Angeles (1.5 Hr.) & the beaches of Oceanside/Carlsbad (45 Min.) this epic 160 acres of coastal mountains in Southern California is the perfect home base for any type of adventure. Featuring ocean views, sweeping groves and one of the raddest shared nomad spaces that we have to offer, all within a stones throw of the beautiful town of Fallbrook, CA which offers, wineries, breweries, restaurants and groceries. Come spend a few weeks at Splitrock, make some friends, relax and head down to the beach.

More info & reserve your spot online -

- Safe Place To Park
- Hot Showers
- Clean Toilet
- Cell Service
- Communal Firepit
- Water Tank Fills
- Dark Skies
- Trash & Recycling Available
- Easy access to beach, SD & LA

- 100+ Acre Property
- 45 Minutes To Beach
- 1 Hour To San Diego
- 1.5 Hours To Los Angeles
- 10 Minutes To Groceries

Pet Policy: Pets & humans must be dog friendly as Ben has 4 friendly fluffers that free-roam the property looking for pets. Failure to cleanup after pets will result in an added fee.

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Vanlife Campground / Community w/Year Round Moderate Temps 33.41784, -117.26960

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