When? Who? Comment Place Location

We loved staying here. We kept extending our stay each day. You can tell the enjoy working here. They do have some full fulltime campers/residents here. On the weekends, they have some activities like ice cream nights, breakfast and bingo.

Starke/Gainsville KOA 29.93242, -82.12019

This is possibly our favourite campsite so far in western Zambia! It is off the beaten track on the bank of the Kobompo river, across from the west Lunga NP. We chose to camp next to the last chalet (Lion) near the slipway. The other stands are not on the river’s edge but further back under shady trees. In summer they must be lovely. We were allowed to use Lion chalet’ s toilet and shower. The facilities are a little run down but so what. There’s flushing toilets, hot showers and the river is wonderful.
There is friendly staff who can do any camp duties for you like washing clothes, lighting hot water donkeys and general help.
The half day boat trip was an absolute highlight but be aware that park fees will then apply.
The birding is really good! Our first Schalow’s turaco and the fishing was excellent too.
This is the kind of place one could spend a week or more. We really recommend it and hope that it can get more visitors to get back on its feet.
Justings Mubanga runs the place and you can contact him via WhatsApp +260 97 7441567

Kabompo campsite and chalets -13.11915, 24.73865

Really beautiful campsite, flush toilets, hot water and a kitchen with a gas cooker, gas in a tank, sink and undercover. Communications via email vague and intermittent.
Birdlife somewhat disappointing but a great privilege to see the pockets of evergreen bush and various game kept on the farm.
Campsite recommended.

Nchila Campsite -11.26362, 24.31613

Instead of the sandpit, we chose the road to the beach. There is one building and fisherman’s landing. We talked with the fisherman and he said it’s OK to camp here. Fairly level. Not a large area but suitable for a class B camper. No services. Very quiet. It could be very windy.

Three Rock Cove 48.62497, -59.09777

No one bothered us after we arrived late, no gate, quiet, very little road noise

Boat Launch 47.63843, -121.92624

Clean, with large distances campsites, great takecarer

Klein Lake Camping 49.73371, -123.96507

Quiet, clean rest stop. Slept overnight, no problems.

Rest Stop 42.10119, -96.18779

Stayed 1 night with no problems. Didn’t go to the top of the dam, stayed at the parking area right before the gates

South Holsten Dam 36.52370, -82.08851

great place to stay in the desert! the main road ist easy to drive and should not be a problem for 2-wheel drive. great nightsky

Dove Springs Recreation sites BLM 35.42101, -118.01267

Plenty of great spots on the river near mighty boabs along this track. Unfortunately River was dry in early sept, but this would be epic camping right next to swimming earlier in season.
Plenty of room here for 5 vehicles, need high clearance to get in

Top of waterfall camp -16.91985, 125.77563

Passez une nuit à cet endroit tranquille et sans pollution lumineuse avec deux autres campeurs
Très bien comme endroit

Hurkett Cove 48.84023, -88.48874

Bear Lake. Fresh water spout,by picnic area. Also has garbage cans. FREE. Lots of room for big rigs to fill up.

GP Gas station 54.49345, -122.68293

Husky fuel,Esso card lock .Quiznos Sub,& Food store. This place has it ALL folks. Gas,propane,potable water,Sani dump,rv/car wash,guns and ammo, lotto,laundry and MORE. North side of Prince George with a second location in the South as well.

KG Corner Store 54.00457, -122.80167

Our 28 foot Sunseeker fit in,had to back out tho. $85. Guys were great! Easy to find

Great Canadian Oil Change 53.91012, -122.78065

Several gravel campsites with a turn around at the end of the campground.Nice lakeside walking trails,some downed trees along the trail,we got 3 warning growls from a bear so we gladly went back to camp. Plenty of bear sign and sightings here. 2 long term campers by the dock,they seem a little territorial about their spots and the dock. Caught a nice rainbow off the dock for dinner tho.
Quiet at night even tho it was almost full,lots of wood to scavenge here. Some distant train sounds but wasn’t often.

Cobb Lake 53.95852, -123.56007

Quiet night. No one else here. Heard distant train in a.m.

Gravel Pit Stop 46.20763, -80.81101

Road is really bumpy, took us about an hour (to make sure the car doesn’t get destroyed) from Whitehorse with our high clearance 2wd.
3-4 vans fit, leveled enough for a night, but absolut worth the 360* view. Especially when it’s aurora borealis night.

cell-tower 60.65952, -134.88345

exactly what the others said. perfect for a night. close to Tremblant village, the mountain and the trails.

Visitor Center Parking lot (à Tremblant ) 46.17552, -74.60293

petit emplacement tranquille au bord du lac

lac des crescent Chastellux sur cure 47.37853, 3.93434
monte aventura

He pasado una noche aquí en carpa de techo sin ningún inconveniente, algunos camiones alrededor. Cuentan con habitaciones privadas para pasar la noche. Baños regulares, sin duchas.
En la cafetería sirven pizzas y empanadas de rico sabor.

I have spent a night here in a roof tent without any inconvenience, some trucks around. They have private rooms to spend the night. Regular bathrooms, no showers.
In the cafeteria they serve pizzas and empanadas of rich flavor.

Estacion de Servicio Del Oeste -38.14425, -65.91711

large roadside turnout. right across from the lake. fishing/swimming area. bylaw enforcement Whistler told me about the spot for overnight stays.

Whistler BC 50.15247, -122.94692
4ever2wherever (Margriet & Jan)

Bakery and cafe with a good selection of wholemeal bread, baguettes, etc. On Sunday morning people were lining up to buy bread.

Holey Artisan Bakery 13.73791, 100.56643

Muy lindo lugar. El wifi anda muy bien. 5 dólares por 2 personas. Cerca de lugares para comer y la laguna. Baños limpios con ducha de agua caliente. Los viernes y sábados hay fiestas en el complejo así que podría ser ruidoso. Muchos pajaritos y en un lugar con guardias y cerrado.

Club Social Akaray -25.52632, -54.62671

Motorcycle camping at it's best!! Took the spot at the far end away from the lighthouse beam. Such a beautiful spot! Sat by the Cape until mosquitoes found me. Peaceful night.

Cap Egmont Lighthouse 46.40160, -64.13218

Awesome spot! The old boat is gone now, some rubbish but someone put it all in a plastic box next to the picnic table.
a bit of noise from the road on the other side of the lake but otherwise very calm

Camp by the lake 44.34272, 17.21327

Olga y Marcos son unos anfitriones maravillosos, se preocupan por el bienestar de sus invitados, haciéndote sentir como en casa. Pensábamos quedarnos una noche, pero nos quedamos una semana para relajarnos y disfrutar de el espacio y la compañía.
Fuimos honrados al probar la tradicional crema de maní con papas de Olga, las tortitas de chócolo, los patacones con queso, y los huevos de sus gallinas.
El baño y la ducha ya están construidos, y el espacio está en excelentes condiciones para los viajeros. Este es ahora el único y mejor camping si quieres relajarte a solo 30 minutos de Popayan.

Olga and Marcos are marvelous hosts, they care about their guests well being, making you feel like home. We planed to stay only one night, but we stayed for a week to relax and to enjoy the place and company.
We were honored to taste Olga's traditional peanuts and potatoes soup, corn fried cakes, patacones with cheese, and even eggs from their our chickens.
The bathroom and shower are now built and clean, and the whole place is in great conditions for travelers. This is now the only and best camping spot if you want to relax just 30 minutes from Popayan.

villa lolita 2.54550, -76.58916
Alan Rayner

Excellent, well thought out campsites, immaculate bathrooms with the best pressurised hot water camp showers that I've ever experienced. Outside cold water shower for cooling off, nice barbecue area and a shade structure, perfect for taking meals. The campsites have electrical plug points (round RSA type), and have a switched orange light within the campsite as well as a flood light facing the water to keep the insects away.
The Staff were very friendly and helpful and provided us with fresh bream fillets. The Owners, Margot and Richard were very welcoming and friendly and as campers themselves, know exactly how to run a campsite. The rates for camping were very reasonable too. My only regret is that we were only there for 3 nights, we will be back. Alan, Nic & Tom Rayner

Maabwe Bay Campsite -17.80608, 27.15582

The driveway is moderately bumpy and stoned so you can't drive thru with a standard mobile home. The spot it's nice but no great view of Atlas just nice.
The spot it's just right next to a path used by sheep herders, lumberjacks on donkeys... so don't be scared if one of these people cross over there by at any time of the night.

Cool spot overlooking the atlas 32.47013, -5.79212

Beautiful sunsets. Have a bug screen with you if you camp here.

Freezeout Lake Wildlife Management Area 47.66541, -112.01707
Wilde Weite Welt

Big south african style caravan park with full hookup at each site. OK restrooms with laundry (washer and dryer). Eucalyptus trees provide shade, 100 m to the beach. Not very nice but ok if not fully booked and you need some facilities. 300 ZAR at weekend, 170 ZAR Mo-Th. per site. No Wifi but 4G MTN Signal.

Dwarskersbos Caravan Park -32.69378, 18.23392

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