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Wild camp

Ash Frk

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 35.220009, -112.376951
Alt.: 1752.7 masl
free camping in national land.nice place. many spots.
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Informal camp

Pach Ha

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: 16.993250, -91.591520
Alt.: Unknown
Part of the Naha eco-tourism complex, Pach Ha is on the shore of Laguna Na Ha. In January of 2017 the community was putting the finishing touches on a spectacular office and a restaurant building. For a small fee we were allowed to camp near the lake and use the restrooms in the not-yet-open restaurant. There were no showers, no power, no internet, no cell coverage. We hired a guide to take us on a short canoe ride and a hike through the surrounding forest. This is several thousand feet above sea level so the vegetation is much different than the lower elevations by the Usumacinta River. An hour of the drive is on dirt, sometimes a bit rough, but no real issues. This is a community project, trying to bring some income to a very rural area. They charged us a small fee.
Restroom Tent Friendly Pet Friendly
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Mechanic

Neumaticos San Agustin

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -24.776408, -65.415376
Alt.: 1193.8 masl
Very good tire shıp. They do have motorcycle tires as well. Suggested
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Lavatodo lavado ropa

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -34.825463, -55.964244
Alt.: 16.9 masl
one day cleaning 240 for one wash. The lady parle Francais also.
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Wild camp

Streetside in residential Sta. Monica

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 34.030628, -118.489771
Alt.: 38.0 masl
Spent a few nights stealth camping in this quiet upper middle class Santa Monica neighbourhood. Check for the parking regulations and be super discrete (curtains drawn, no lights, no open windows, no leaking water) and you should be fine. Right here at the marked spot you'll be better off on no school days, but streets around look suitable, too.
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Other

Public showers (free)

Verified: 8 days ago
GPS: 33.999344, -118.485327
Alt.: -15.1 masl
Free public showers and restrooms on the beach, cold. On a Wednesday afternoon parking on the spot was free as well. More public showers and restrooms along the beaches.
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Informal camp

Shopping center parking lot

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 34.027154, -118.490509
Alt.: 13.0 masl
Parking lot of VONS supermarket. Manager gave me permission to sleep in my van for one night. Restroom in shop, good bread available. Very quiet at night. Compact cars only. Quite level. Sunny. Free.
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Wild camp

360 view

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: -14.198977, -47.852094
Alt.: 952.0 masl
Not for everyone. Need moderate 4wd to get up quartz track from old quarry to the top of the hill. Near full circle views, breeze and shade as well. Easy turn-around at the top
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Tourist

Pisqueria Los Nichos

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -30.156398, -70.497024
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Small artesanal Pisco distillery with nice, informative tour and degustation for 1000clp p/p. only in spanish and sheduled hours. low season 11:00/13:00/16:00. It was one of the first Pisquerias and they do still everything by hand today.
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Restaurant

El Pera

Verified: 3 months ago
GPS: -33.675172, -70.084864
Alt.: -1.0 masl
Best restaurant for the price. Hi classe restaurant for only 7500pesos! The view is great and have a lovely terasse with view. Even the vino y cerveza are abordable. It's amazing ! The people thas work are very Kind!
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Warning

Eden Cabañas & Camping

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: 18.674836, -88.389318
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Do never stop here, they just kick us out with threats after three days camping. Be Aware!!!
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Informal camp

Recreational Building Parking Lot

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -34.207790, -70.535390
Alt.: Unknown
Due to a road wash-out, we were unable to camp at the place we had intended to camp. We were given directions by a local to camp near the mansion. Failing to find that, we found this spot by luck. Behind the Copec leading into Coya, off Highway H-265, is a big grey building which happens to be a recreational building. There is a dirt parking lot surrounding the building, and behind it is a small grove of trees. We parked here for the night and pitched our tent in the tree grove. We could hear the noise from the soccer match in the building but that ended by 10pm. There were several cars parked in the lot, but not in the area behind the building. The lot was empty once the soccer match ended. It was a quiet place to call home for the night, though we did hear some horses in the wee hours and stray dogs did come through. There were many mounds of horse crap in the area. Overall, not too bad if you're desperate like we were. Nobody bothered us in the morning though cars were parked in the main part of the lot.
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Hostel

Hostal Isla Senorial

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 6.554751, -73.131163
Alt.: 1134.9 masl
Great hostal very close to centre of San Gil but not on the main square so quite quiet at night. They upgraded our room to. Each morning they brought juice and coffee. £15 (about 53000 COP) a night so really cheap. En suite, really good secure private parking undercover, room for multiple motorbikes, small 4x4 but not big rigs. Fan in room. Lots of mechanics close by and supermarket. We also had a balcony which was great as it helped cool the room. There was also a fan in the room. You can wash clothes and staff were lovely but don't expect them to understand English.
Electricity Internet Parking Showers Water Restroom
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RECASUR - tools and products for vehicle maintenance

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: -53.136740, -70.870940
Alt.: 21.8 masl
finally. the place you ll find all the lube, tools, parts and bits and pieces for maintenance of your vehicle. why there is only this place in Chile!?!?!? fantastic!! and it s in the tax free zone so good chain lube for 5900 clp and WD40 for 2900.
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Wild camp

free camping at base of mountain near Banos Morales

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -33.823410, -70.052680
Alt.: Unknown
We drove on the main road through the tiny village of Banos Morales until we reached the end, blocked off by a couple large boulders. It was nighttime and only stray horses got in our way. We found a small, flat spot off the dirt road that fit our Subaru Outback Impreza and a tent. Nobody bothered us at night nor in the morning. No cars passed by at night but a couple cars did pass through in the morning (around 10am). Great night sky for stargazing, wonderful views of the surrounding mountains.
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Wild camp

Kearny Lake Campground

Verified: 4 months ago
GPS: 33.051542, -110.898268
Alt.: 539.2 masl
Free campsites, max 14 day stay. 12 sites, toilets, water. Adjacent to a man made pond. Nice quiet spot. Site 2 even has water and sewer connection.
Water Restroom Big Rig Friendly Tent Friendly Pet Friendly
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Informal camp

HW299 Rest Area

Verified: 3 months ago
GPS: 40.882757, -123.547187
Alt.: 114.6 masl
Rest Area, nicely off main highway. says 6 hour max but we stayed overnight OK. Free sanidump. Power in washrooms.
Electricity Water Restroom Big Rig Friendly Pet Friendly
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Wild camp

Lake Shastina BLM area

Verified: 3 months ago
GPS: 41.504720, -122.391989
Alt.: 837.8 masl
Free campground, up to 14 day stay. Fire pits, picnic tables, vault toilets. Nice sites with trees. boat ramp.
Water Restroom Big Rig Friendly Tent Friendly Pet Friendly
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Wild camp

Lake Shasta Forest Area

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 40.849319, -122.353360
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Short drive off main highway. Several campsites with basic fire pits in a treed area. Access gate was locked, but there was a site next to the public boat ramp that we used
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Informal camp

Port Orford overnight parking

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 42.742277, -124.495584
Alt.: -7.2 masl
A basic parking lot with great views of the harbour. $10 honesty box. close to restaurants. nice quiet spot away from the highway.
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Informal camp

Blue Heron French Cheese Company

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 45.466890, -123.842620
Alt.: -25.7 masl
This is a great place to visit, lots of fun free tastings, $5 wine tasting, or just icecream and espresso. Make a purchase and you can register to park overnight in the lot. Nice espresso in the morning.
Restroom Big Rig Friendly
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Wild camp

Park&Ride outside Yosemite

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 37.546541, -119.920105
Alt.: 766.6 masl
This is a park and right parking lot near Yosemite. We did not want to spend 50$ per night for a tent site on the KOA nearby and found this place. There are no signs that overnight parking is prohibited and we had a really calm night. There are rest area style flush toilets. Nothing to stay for a few days but just right if you're on your way to or out Yosemite.
Restroom Big Rig Friendly
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Restaurant

Tatúa

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: 13.871261, -89.849767
Alt.: 1223.1 masl
Great Food. Charcuterie and smoked cheese for $7.50. Outstanding.
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Mechanic

Bolt Shop

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: -45.581594, -72.038616
Alt.: 317.7 masl
If you need fasteners, this is the place. the sell bolts... and nuts... what else to say?
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Informal camp

An Old Road

Verified: 11 months ago
GPS: 39.309338, -123.795731
Alt.: 44.3 masl
Just past a pull off on the left going north. Lots of overhanging trees we drove up and past the gate for concealment. There's a chance it's private property, though there are no "no trespassing" signs. We had no problems and enjoyed an awesome view. For beach access follow the road by foot and go down the gulley to the left, up the other side and head towards the beach. There is a winding dirt road that goes all the way down to a fire pit/beach that would make a great campsite.
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Wild camp

Near Horse Camp

Verified: 11 months ago
GPS: 44.453942, -121.096999
Alt.: 1006.0 masl
Gravel roads lead to a turn toward a horse camp the road forks, we went right, following human on horse sign and found a flat area to park a few hundred yards down. You can also go all the way to freecampsites.net but we didn't feel like it and nobody bothered us anyways.
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Wild camp

End of Tulum main beach

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: 20.123621, -87.254955
Alt.: -2.4 masl
Just for tent/hammock camping. At the North end of the beach near the rocks just a little inland with a fence and trees providing some camouflage.
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Other

Argentinian Border

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -53.299470, -68.457592
Alt.: 25.0 masl
I arrived around 7pm to the Argentinian border and when I finished all the documentation I asked to the military girl where Can I stay that night and she allowed me to stay in a room back to the bathrooms with heater and a small kitchen! no beds but there are sits where you can easily sleep. Also I can put.my bicycle inside when it's forbidden! great day cycling and a great reward.
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Propane

Servicentro JSM

Verified: about 2 months ago
GPS: 9.986454, 84.737184
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Large multiservice station with gas pumps for filling fixed propane tanks (not sure about bottles). Late hours and open 7 days a week. Drive in and gas up. Super easy. Pay at station with card or cash.
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Tourist

Santuario Animal de Ccoochawasi

Verified: about 1 month ago
GPS: -13.466920, -71.897340
Alt.: 3557.0 masl
I Awesome animal sanctuary where they are rehabbing all sorts of Andean animals in order to release them back into the wild. Well worth a visit. Guides in English and Spanish. S/10 to enter. sitio para ver y conocer algunos animales que han sido rescatados, entre ellos el condor de los Andes. No es un zoologico. La entrada cuesta 10 soles por persona y este aporte es udado para la alimentación de los animales. Es posible hacer voluntariado en este sitio.
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