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When? Who? Comment Place Location
@feralEXPRESS

Nice beach.
Lots of visitors. Not many bugs on that particular night.

Beaconia Beach 50.44385, -96.57583
arsmith1121

after checking out 3 different spots on the La sal loop road, this was the one I stayed at. easy and flat entrance off of the main road. multiple spots to camp. some small and can back your vehicle in between trees, but also a large area for bigger rigs. beautiful views of the mountains and sunset. had 2-3 bars with at&t.

Manti-La Sal National Forest 38.48444, -109.33394
Michal

This little gem features a handful of powered campsites and an area for primitive camping. Trees, grassy picnic areas, sheltered picnic area, hot water showers, toilets, kids playground, small pond for swimming, canoe rental, basketball & volleyball courts, horseshoe... other RV resorts and campgrounds could learn a thing or two here! Also the owner is very kind. Call in advance, sometimes there's no one here, other times it may be booked out.

Heritage Grove Campground 39.49946, -111.41566
caminandoelmundo17

Pasamos una noche, super tranquilo.
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We spent one night, very quiet.

Parking San Cosme y San Damián -27.31653, -56.33233
yaambock

Llegué al lugar por indicaciones de otros campistas y efectivamente el guardia autoriza para pasar la noche, ofrece luz, baño y agua, muy amable.

parque recreativo municipal Chacabuco -34.65545, -60.45316
siobhan.bartley

Great space tucked behind the trees on the wide of the road. Still noisy as it's right next to the highway, but at least it's not exposed like many other spots I saw. No one bothered us and we had the area to ourselves. Nice small area to walk the dog round too

Loss Creek 48.49421, -124.25640
Francine the Travel Machine

Level and quiet place to spend a night. The road is narrow and bumpy but we managed in our truck camper, even getting there in the dark. Nice sounds of river flowing. It took us about an hour to drive to the start of Palccoyo the next morning. Got there at 7:30 on a Monday and there were only three small groups hiking. Beautiful area!

River Spot -14.06452, -71.33759
Boondocker

Arrived late, Left just after dawn. Large parkinglot, gorgeous river view. There are what appear to be private residences surrounding. Clean bathrooms. Some noise from the nearby road.

Peru boat launch 44.61941, -73.44424
Instagram.com

still free vacuum. like described. free dump

Exxon gas station 46.61840, -112.01471
Instagram.com

free and clean. spigot right at the dog Park.

Greycliff Rest Area Eastbound 45.73403, -109.75727
after4adventures

Nice and quiet. Flat area with plenty of space, short walk to water’s edge. Nobody else there when we stayed. Note: don’t park by the chapel/historic site. Turn off the road towards the beach a bit before the “No camping beyond this sign” sign.

Doucette Point Free Camp 44.38449, -66.08152
grl_uk

Ice Cream Parlour, Campsite & Tea Rooms In Whitby, North Yorkshire

https://www.beaconfarmicecream.co.uk/

Beacon Farm Campsite, tearoom and ice cream 54.45882, -0.61895
Pamoja Kirstin and Vincent

If you do not like a wildcamp this place is great. Great views over the highlands

Auto camp Pisce 43.16358, 18.90078
Pamoja Kirstin and Vincent

Abandoned mountain station of the Bosaca skilift.
Fantastic spot.
Arrive late and leave on time.

Please leave no toilet paper.

Skilift Bosaca 43.17221, 19.07964
jsspwll

“Parking area temporarily closed to large vehicles and trailers.” There is still some parking at the front. I didn’t stay but there are no signs that say “no overnight parking.” The centre’s hours at 10am-5pm, so could be fine if you pulled in later and left early.

Rest Stop 49.73974, -95.13694
julie2011

Spacious property satisfying various requirements. Some spots by the river (can be muddy in the rain) and others on manicured grass/gravel. Hot showers, water fill-up, power hookups…Gislain was a super host and ver accommodating. Reasonably priced

Pura Vida Lodge & Sup 45.53514, -71.98987
Heather Raymond

3-5 acres of open field boondocking. would have been quiet without my neighbor 2 acres and a hill away running his generator all night. but free, clean and beautiful.

Cordell Hull Lake Horse Camp 36.31385, -85.79488
cydneyrallo

qbq hpapusa place with wifi and parkqkqbhhjqing on the street. pretty and secure qwqhwith fans blowing air

wifi big pretty papusaria with street parking 13.33838, -87.83985
Onwheels

Easy access also possible for BigRig. You can avoid low-hanging lines and trees (we are 3.8m high). At the lake, the place is very uneven. So we stood near the house. The place is really only suitable for self-sufficient vehicles and much too expensive. But you can negotiate. Very quiet at night.

Camping on the lake -19.13089, 33.40749
Vagabondvivant

There's actually room for a third van, between the two official spots, though it's a little bit of a squeeze to get in. Blazing Google Fi / T-Mobile.

Nook on the Lake 46.55439, -88.21506
elizabeth.cardenas714

Water on the corner. Free. I’ve available. Clean restrooms. Nice folk.

Sinclair station 44.73059, -116.07905
hourlesslife.com

Highly recommend camping here. $15/night. It’s a beautiful, peaceful location right on the Pacific. While the nearby beach isn’t particularly pretty, there are tide pools to explore and waves for surfing. Most importantly, the view is just really nice. Had lunch at the restaurant twice, both good. Happy hour is the best. The Tanqueray gin and tonic is surprisingly good and only $2.50. Tried our friend’s virgin piña colada and it was delicious. Bathrooms and cold shower are clean. Kitchen is nice, with a double sink, gas stove, and a few pots, pans, and assorted cookware. There is also a water faucet near the camping area. We were able to park on gravel/grass in the back and avoid the mud. Note that little seeds fall from the tree and leave brown color on awnings, etc. No biggie. There are, however, some dead tree limbs you’ll want to avoid parking under. Swimming pool is clean and beautiful! What a treat. Play structure for littles with swings. The one downside are the sand flies. They were worse than anywhere on our trip so far, more so near the end of our stay when it had been raining constantly. Still glad we found this place.

Hotel Playa Reina 7.62101, -80.99398
gogogauthiers

Two showers in the Laundromat building behind locked doors but we were told they’re currently under renovation, so did not get to check them out or use them.

Cenex Gas Station 48.41535, -114.04947
gogogauthiers

Little Laundromat behind gas station in its own building.
Half the machines were labelled out of order.
$1 to wash, $0.50 to start dryer (took about $1 to have our clothes dry- dryer #3 had a drying time double of #4 and #6). No change machine in the laundromat, but we were able to get quarters from the gas station.

Cenex Gas Station 48.41526, -114.04945
SadieRevel

Day Use Only site. No camping permitted.

Fairfax Rock 39.19258, -79.48792
melmkayyy

Stayed two nights at the one across from this iOverlander location, but either should be fine. It does have signs on the highway saying no overnight parking but as far as it looked it was not enforced, there were other people staying as well. Outlets for charging which was nice, and clean bathrooms.

Rest Area I40 West 35.43838, -78.53284
shane

great spot close to 94. besides the road noise this would be an ideal spot! good for any size rig, clean pit/vault toilets, picnic tables, and fire rings. 10 miles of shoreline with a lake filled with fish. we stayed 3 nights and would stop again if in the area.

Sweet Briar Dam State Game Management Area 46.87280, -101.27415
instagram.com/bisbald.ch

The guy before us got definitely ripped of! There is no fee! The guy from the Campground told us to go there, because its free.. Its nice but there are millions of flies currently..

Punta Bufeo 29.90853, -114.45294
fcmcn

There is a "day use only, no camping" sign now. I stayed anyway, as did about 5 other cars, no issues

Carmi Trails Recreation Site 49.47361, -119.50639
smith.dharma

Place was as described. No wifi but had 3 bars Verizon. We were in a rooftop tent and the highway noise was buffered satisfactorily by trees. We were exiting the park and this place was much better than those spots closer to the park, which were all quite side-of-the road. Busses running infrequently in morning in September, wasn't a noise issue for us.

Midpines County Park (Park & Ride) 37.54653, -119.92012

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