When? Who? Comment Place Location

Quiet for a night! No problems. This isn’t the most scenic spot, but we really enjoyed the peace and privacy. There are some deep grooves in the dirt road off the main highway, but it’s very manageable now during the dry season. A fine spot to stay & there is still very minimal garbage (:

Old Quarry -15.07819, -70.35413

Dump station use is allowed, but no RV parking overnight.

Rest Area 48.16900, -122.19061

Very friendly owner, helps where he can. There are live music on Fridays and Saturdays. You can hear cars from the street, but ver
y little traffic at night. Gas station around the corner

Howling Dog Saloon 64.95673, -147.61801

Really nice place. A little party until midnight but wasn't too much for us with earplugs. Calm after that and the morning no sound until 7/8. Good humitas at the cafe on the corner.

Train Station front & Main Street -2.20211, -78.84743

We stayed one night (Saturday) with overlanding friends in the vehicle beside us. We had a wonderful stay. The beach was very busy during the day and we met lots of nice people. At night, we had the beach to ourselves. No issues or even bad vibes. The next morning, university students came to do a survey about the impact of COVID on tourism. The place filled up again. The water is perfect for swimming—clear and a great temperature. No complaints. We probably wouldn’t stay by ourselves, but have only the reported stories to base this on (not our personal experience).

Punta Uva - Arrecife 9.64237, -82.68450

good store with a lot of items, bolts, screws, metals, ty-raps, etc. sold in boxes or per item. a lot of choise

hardware store 40.12129, 44.73671

Grand stationnement de la Gare ! Le train a passé à 3h dans la nuit, mais sinon très tranquille. Pour une nuit, c’est très bien !

Village relais Amqui Parking 48.56059, -67.62159

Still fresh and cold water to fill up your bottles!

Road side spring 41.65763, 75.81818

Nice find for gas. Great place to stop and shop.

Shawanaga Gas and Variety 45.53979, -80.26736

Works perfekt with a van. And I think its the only place on the island where you can spend the night without taking a gravel road. One picnic table. Some people in the evening were noisy, but didn‘t stay long.

Brier Island Wharf 44.25609, -66.34204

There are about 6 dispersed campsites with fire rings along a small stream. Most of the sites are large and would accommodate a few big RVs. The road in is gravel but in good shape. There is a pit toilet at the beginning of the road by the trailhead.

Mike Harris Creek Campground 43.55378, -111.07705

Chimborazo Lodge is very close to the Chimborazo and Carihuayrazo volcanoes, the house has two bedrooms, kitchen, kitchen room, dining room, bathroom with shower. The price of one night is 15 dollars per person, open every day of the week from 8 am to 6 pm WhatsApp +593 93 968 4289

Chimborazo Lodge -1.40939, -78.86688
Murielle et Marc

place located near a body of water possibility of water skiing, very friendly owner, electricity, hot shower, toilets ... I recommend

Camp Wakeboard La Paloma -34.85185, -58.06208

I think we stayed at the Hotel on the other side of the road, Nanga Parbat Hotel, slept in the van on the car park for 500 a night. But: The road to the village is a bit rough but doable in a 2wd van.

Regarding trekking: even after long discussion with the police it is not allowed to do the Trekk to the base camps on your own. You need a guide, a porter or a police man comes with you. We insisted, wouldn't pay for something we don't need and at the end we were partially accompanied by a police man. There are no security issues, the path is easy to find, glacier crossing is no problem but "it's their duty".

Killer Mountain (Nanga Parbat) Guesthouse 35.23866, 74.72909

Very nice gated Finca with amazing owners. Very friendly and so giving. We had a wonderful stop here and its a great place. Shower and toilet provided. They made us very good food for us and our two boys. I highly recommend you stay here after landing and getting your rig from the port I’m Cartagena. It’s very close (45 minutes) from the city and allows you a safe, grassy stopping point to get your rig organized before moving on with your adventure. We emptied a lot of our contents out on a large mat and got cleaned up! Not expensive, and very pleasant.

Finca Jardin des Délices 10.43035, -75.37405

Forest service campground. Two loops. Electric 20, 30, 50 amp., water onsite. $20 a nite, 10 with pass. Next to Lochsa river. Picnic tables and fire rings. Nice and quiet. Labor Day weekend, almost full. Haven’t seen restrooms yet, but they gotta be here somewhere.

USFS Powell Campground 46.51060, -114.72256

Open parking spot on the side of the lake. plenty of space to park over night with your camper

Arija 42.99603, -3.94663
Fuga de Rotina

One of the best campsites in northeast Brazil. Excellent structure, gas shower, water, 220v electricity, dump station, well demarcated areas, large communal kitchen, bathrooms always clean. Best of all are the hosts, Manu and Rubens, who make the place become one big family. Location is excellent to do the South part of Chapada Diamantina.

Camping Mucuge -13.02570, -41.43923

Go approx 2km down the road and you will find a parking lot with space for about 3 cars. We stayed here without problems, beautiful spot right by the lake.

St. Mary's Pull off 48.89268, -123.54906

Different prices depending on the spot you chose: wind sheltered, refuge or simple ground with a table. We went for the most basic one for CLP 7'000 pp (low-season price). We were super protected from the wind and didn't need more. It was extremely quiet for a Saturday as we were the only guests. We had the opportunity to fall asleep with the sound of waves nearby. Hot showers available provided by solar energy. Nice and attentive owner.

Eco Camping La Caletilla -34.38807, -72.01671

Despite the busy holiday weekend it was a good place to camp out and head to the reservoir for some fishing the next day.

rooftop tent park n camp 38.97053, -105.00460

Wet nice place. Very clean toilets and hot shower. Fast WiFi.

The only downside is that there isn’t really a ‘camping spot’. And there isn’t any flat spot in her entire property (it’s quite sloped) except for the driveway just inside the main gate. So that’s where we slept. Her garden is still beautiful and we would stay again.

70BOB for 2 people in a van.

Las Lavandas Josiane -18.18530, -63.87271

The beach all the way down at the fishing wharf is pretty quiet. Few cars come down to see the sunset. Parking area is fairly level. Perfect for a class B camper. No services. We saw two individuals dedicated to clean the beach.

Stroll Shore Wayside 48.53736, -58.56745

Fuel Post with exclusive area for motorhomes, with power point, water and wi-fi. Hot showers for $150 P.A., in heated bathrooms for 5 min, but cumulative. We even got some extra chips. very friendly staff.

Post de Combustível com área exclusiva para motorhome, com ponto de energia, água e wi-fi. Duchas quentes por $150 P.A., em banheiros aquecidos por 5 min, porém, acumulativo. Inclusive ganhamos algumas fichas extras. Pessoal muito simpático

YPF - El Calafate -50.33162, -72.23061

Great free camping right by the gorge with swimming and hiking. Plenty of places for many vehicles, people even bring caravans in, though the access road is a bit rough.
Really nice spot.

Barnett Gorge free camp -16.54177, 126.12864

Estuvimos allí casi una semana, lugar muy tranquilo !

Next Balneario El Remanso -31.79850, -64.98259

Beautiful view. Stayed here with off-road motorbike and small tent. Rough double track down / up to the spot but it’s quite short. Great spot!

mountain view 46.26763, 14.00265

Stayed 1 night with no issues. Other cars were parked overnight for backpacking. Ranger saw us in the morning and didn’t say anything. Parking lot fills up fast in the morning.

Alum Cave Trail Head and Pit potty 35.62936, -83.45199

Superbe endroit, propre et même si c’est près de la route très tranquille, on se croirait au bord de mer avec le bruit des vagues sans parler du coucher de soleil assis autour d’un feu.. étions un VR deux van life et une voiture d’un côté et l’autre quatre roulottes. Chemin en gravier, quelques arbres frottent un peut sur le toit, magnifique

Pancake Bay - Lake Superior 47.05846, -84.76105

Bicycle and tent. Very safe and tranquil. As per descriptions above a great spot to spend some days

Pousada do Peralta -21.11817, -56.50072

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