Relativ laut in der Nacht, wird aber auf allen Plätzen in der Umgebung sein. Toller Standort um die Stadt zu besuchen. Internet ist sehr schnell.
|Queens Quay E/Lower Sherbourne||43.64504, -79.36720|
Wonderful secluded and beautiful location - a few sites along the water front - some locals will bring their dogs here for a walk during the day. We put the name of the Provincial Park in Apple Maps and that got us here. We are using Elon Musks Starlink - no phone service here.
|Kitsumkalum Provincial Park||54.72478, -128.76790|
nice location next to a lake with ducks and even a beaver! there were some mosquitoes but nothing the ThermaCELL couldn't handle. lots of nails around parking area so be careful. Quiet with decent cell signal.
|Kwitzil Lake||53.86303, -123.24757|
Pretty little park facing the ferry terminal. Fun place to watch the ships come and go. Lots of locals show up to watch the ships depart. 6 rigs of all sizes here tonight. Internet up/down 30/20. Great for uploading pics before you move on.
|Indian Beach - Regional Park||46.21175, -60.23826|
Before making the decision to sleep in this place sachet that you are in one of the 10 most dangerous neighborhoods in the United States during the day it's ok but at nightfall it's at your own risk and after finding things not normal have decided to leave and not sleep there
|Cabela’s parking||41.57324, -87.48109|
It’s a private property. We are not allowed there. Do not camp there!!! Thanks!!
|Next to water||46.29392, -63.73034|
Arrived here at 1pm and stayed for a night. Fee of 50 pesos per person. You have access to clean bathrooms. The place is a gem. There is a pool made of concrete with water from the spring. Then there is a kind of pool inside the mountain with the waterfall inside. It is just beautiful. Really hot water, you won't refresh yourself here. The place can get quite crowded so I advise you to come early to find a good spot for your car. People are generally quite respectful but they let quite a but of trash around. You won't find a cheaper place around, as good as this one. 4 friendly stray dogs + the owner's one. Nothing around so if you plan to come bring enough water and food to enjoy this place!
|Hot Pool Camp||26.89049, -104.36588|
Neat area with a nice variety of different landscapes when driving through. I think it’s probably worth the drive. I made a loop. From A-23 to here road conditions are great. If you continue on from here to the village of Cosapilla the road kinda sucks. The first km is really interesting contrast but from then on it’s not great.
If you are making a loop like I was I think it’s best to go back to Colpitas and make your way to A-93 near the Bolivian border. If you’re headed to Bolivia via Visviri then continue north as it’s not that bad just not worth detouring onto.
hot springs with restaurant and massage services, very nice staff.
in winter, they close early at 6, so arrive early to have full experience.
|Parque Termal Menetue||-39.32975, -71.72212|
Nice place to stop to fill up water, wash dishes (station right next to bathrooms/showers), and shower (free, decent water pressure, gets warm somewhat quickly). It is in a campground but this building/potable water is all in the day use section which you can drive right up to. Also very nice beach to hang out and a lots of picnic tables.
|Free showers, potable water, dish washing||49.60733, -117.11623|
enter the fuel store and ask the guy. full bathroom with toilets. bring your own soap and stuff, clean and free.
|ULtimar Petro||48.59465, -68.20708|
Thank you town of Billings for the h2o. Free on side of building.
|Billings Township Fire Dept||45.90406, -82.25842|
Including more photos from this area. Last night was peaceful. We are headed out today.
|Kendesnii Campground (Nabesna Road)||62.52858, -143.25700|
This area is beautiful. High clearance and 4x4 to get here, due to rain water over road in a lot of places. Worth it if you can make it out here. Added photos.
|Jack Creek||62.46305, -143.10316|
Perfect for the night before heading East to Dawson City. Great view overlooking the city.Small pull off right off a gravel road. Just a few cars before nighttime
|Great Viewpoint On Dawson City||64.05578, -139.45865|
Very helpful friendly fast service. Single owner therefore can help you without appointment. Was able to remove our 4x4 drive shaft
|Jamie’s trailer repair workshop||58.81426, -122.77125|
Easy to enter from rest area (northbound as mentioned) at bottom of the hill. Several RVs here and some look like a longer setup. Has “random camping” sign so this is definitely more than just boondocking. We went to a lower level to get away from highway. Noise really manageable. Level surface, used by locals as starting ground for ATVing (based on signage)
|Cutbank Tiver bridge||54.63820, -118.68032|
Laundromat in cute area. Next to some restaurants. There is a change machine, soap dispensers, beverage vending machine, bathrooms, a bunch of seating/ tables. Very clean. Open 6am-10pm. Last load is at 8:45pm (machines turn off so there is no wiggle room there). 3$ to wash(25 mins), ~1.50 to dry (30 mins). FREE WIFI. No complaints.
|Lunar Laundry||47.67613, -122.36469|
nice campground with trails. fishing, & BBQ grills. Water & dump at entrance. There are water outlets throughout the park as well, but not at sites.
|Ft. Peck Dam||48.01062, -106.42980|
Free potable water. Also has free car wash if you get gas.
|Tesoro - Back of shop||63.33822, -143.00867|
Still cheapest gas. Went to the other station to fill up on water.
Auto propane available for 65$ first one. Paiement by credit card
|Wawa Station||39.28655, -76.53569|
Très belle place pour passer la nuit. Nous sommes en camper van et le bruit de l’autoroute n’est pas dérangeant. C’est bien de préciser que c’est la sortie 45 sur la 1, à droite sur la 170 et à droite sur Barker road jusqu’au bout et ensuite la trail jusqu’au pont démoli. Il y a même un nid d’aigle avec des p’tits bébés sur le poteau électrique! Gare aux p’tits chiens 🐶
|Digdeguash River Abandoned Bridge||45.17841, -66.95858|
A remote tent campground with about 12 small sites that are set up above Lake Superior. Many have trails to climb down to the remote shore for a swim. One pit toilet, no water. Nice walk to the point with a stairs leading down to an excellent, remote swim spot. Camping is $25-- must pay at the casino in Red Wall (about 15 miles away). Perk is that free showers are available at the casino for campers. This is a quiet campground off some remote (but well taken care of) dirt roads. 2 bars of Sprint. Only downside was a lot of biting flies by the water when we were there mid-July
|Point Detour Campground||46.95911, -90.87482|
The road is so horrendous!!! I wouldn't recommend going here unless you have 4×4, and not during bad weather. I went up but didn't feel safe enough to stay especially when the forecast said rain and windy, there's no reception either. If you're stuck on the road because of bad weather, you can't call emergency up there. I was seriously nervous driving all the way up. The view was nice but not worth it for that much trouble, especially if you travel alone like me. There are more beautiful places to stay at without all the trouble. Overall, I don't recommend this place unless you're traveling with someone else and have good 4×4.
|On Dirtroad To Cape North||46.97700, -60.45423|
this place has moved from the original location to in the plaza right by the church. still very tasty pizza. mediums for about 28 and large for about 34
|Cafe Europa - Italian||5.59945, -75.82036|
this place no longer called tabule and is now called tacos del mundo. very tasty but pretty expensive tacos at 8k each... I don't think it's the same fusion menu as previously mentioned.
|Tacos del Mundo||5.59937, -75.82005|
Showers and laundry for paying campers only. No tents or car campers
|Heritage RV Park||59.61103, -151.44083|
Parking lot by gift shops. Very busy but mostly just the sound of the waves. No “no camping” sign but I wouldn’t stay longer than a night.
|Next to AK.Starfish Co.||59.60277, -151.42612|
as of 7/19/22- they are not allowing anyone to park overnight unless staying in the hotel. they said it’s due to construction in the area where they usually let you stay. however, i noticed the last person who stayed here checked just 4 days ago. and the construction clearly has been going on longer than just 4 days. so maybe i just talked to the wrong security guard. either way- i didn’t stay here
|Grey Eagle Casino||51.00718, -114.14679|