Nice, small, quiet hostel a few blocks from the centro in Copan. Clean bathrooms, hot showers, free wifi, parking on the street in front of the hostel or a few motorcycles could be fit into a courtyard behind the locked gate.
400 lempiras for a private room with shared bathroom for two per night.
Nice owner from the US.
A beautiful hot springs 20k down a dirt road from Copan Ruinas. Series of 10-15 pools scattered throughout the jungle. Although we didn't camp here, we asked the attendant and he said it is fine to camp in the parking lot for 100L/vehicle ($5). Price: 100L/vehicle ($5).
Camping at a hotel on the beach a few miles past Trujillo. The hotel was unoccupied and they let us park the trucks between the hotel and the beach. Onsite restaurant, bar and beautiful pool. Clean bathrooms, outdoor 'rinse' off shower, free, fairly fast wifi Price: $12/night.
Decent, clean hotel set across the road from the beach. Very buggy, right next to a marsh. Room with 2 double beds, ensuite (smelly) bathroom with hot water showers and 4 people was $25/night. Price: $25/night
Small hotel right on the ocean. Tiny, cramped bathrooms with hot water showers and fridge in rooms. Supposed wifi that worked 1/8 of the time. No kitchen, but the owner let us use her grill. Price: $29/night.
A good alternative to staying in Tegucigalpa, although the entrance road to the visitors center was very steep and narrow. At the El Rosario visitor center they let us camp for free with access to the centers bathroom and showers, although we didn't try the showers. Very small spaces, nothing much bigger then our rig could fit. Free! Price: Free
Hot ! Parking in hotel carpark. Shade is available. Swimming pool and bar/restaurant. WIFI from parking lot. US20 per night. 24hr security and just off PanAm. Water spigots in car park – no power. About halfway across Honduras if rushing across.
A texaco station with a parking area out back that they let you camp in. Very close to Copan. They have restrooms, non potable water, and even purified water (5 gallon jugs) for only 20L. We heard from friends you can even plugin here for some electricity (check near the coke machines). For a gas station, its really nice! Charged us 100L for a night.
A small camping area at the end of a football pitch. This is right across from Copan. There are a couple guest houses nearby with showers that we were able to use, and bathrooms as well. Price was 150L.
A finca near D&D brewery with a lot more room for camping. 150L per person per night. Pool, showers, a beautiful garden and more. Places for tent campers on the grass. Big rigs might fit in here but it would be a tight squeeze. Wifi available. Electricity outlets available at the base of the light poles. Bring an extension cord.
Amazing waterfall and pools. Great way to cool off on a hot day. Camping is allowed in the parking for truck campers but if you have a tent there is a special area with views of the falls! Price was 280 per night for 2 people, which included entrance to the park. Highly recommend the hike behind the waterfall. It is amazeballs!
A hotel on the beach about 15k east of la ceiba. Spent a night here and then caught a ferry to Utila the next morning. Good food but rooms were filthy and run down. May be able to camp here; not much room for big rigs though. We could not fit through gates.
Caught the ferry here to Utila. They go to Roatan as well. Price for a one way ticket to Utila was $28 USD. You van pribably camp in the parking lot here if you are desperate. Parking was $115L per day.
A swimming pool, play ground, football pitch, camping area and more. Nice place to break up the drive from the coast or the lake to the Nicaragua border. Paid 150L per person which included entrance to the swimming pools.
Finca Bavaria is located in the city center, and let you camp on their property. A friendly old man was taking care of the place when we were there, and they have a restaurant. We went into town for dinner, and it was a really nice little town. Feelt safe, and there were plenty of restaurants and some grocery stores. Price: 200 Lempiras
We were looking for a place to camp, and we'd heard that people had been allowed to camp in this hotel's fenced parking lot. Not so this time. We asked several of the hotels in town, but the only place that would let us camp was the local Texaco gas station in the city center. Too noicy and too crowded for us in our roof top tent, so we decided to check in to a room. Price: 280 Lempiras
Wohlfühlplatz on meadow, showers and toilets. 5 hot thermal baths of 32-40 degrees. very quiet. Lempia 240.00 / night incl baths (avoid weekends and holidays!) Km 7 Carretera a Santa Rosa, before Gracias Lempira