Here we were looking for a replacement for our tank, which was contaminated with diesel plague. Mauricio speaks a little German and took a lot of time to find a suitable tank. Unfortunately, none of the tanks really fit. We still have a second tank and are doing well with it at the moment and will eventually have a suitable tank shipped from Germany to Paraguay with Kunzmann.
|SB Acessórios||-26.86653, -49.09940|
Designated spot #55. Flat spot for a 30ftbus. Can hear the road a tiny bit. Spot #56 further down is better if its free.
I collected an entire bag of garbage from the area on arrival. I wish people would be more respectful.
Nice views, flowers, few quail running about.
Strong AT&T signal
|BLM Designated #55||37.20498, -113.23197|
Typical large lot. Park away from front door and truck unloading routes. Associates gave permission and directions.
|Walmart Branson West||36.69987, -93.37131|
Food was cheap and okay. She let is sleep in front of the restaurant for free. But this is also a truck stop. So we spent the night between semis with running engines. Still better then nothing. We asked two times for wifi but didn't get it from them. Think they needed it for Netflix
|Restaurant Melany||28.92429, -114.15341|
Water tap outside. Washroom inside building
|Adrian East Rest Area||43.63688, -95.98140|
Honestly such a hidden gem. Incredibly quiet, great view of Mt Shasta, and a lot of privacy. I’ve been traveling for 2 months and this has been such a nice place to stay for a few days.
Verizon goes between 2-3 bars LTE, and TMobile was a full 4 bars of 5G.
|Sand Flat Adjacent||41.34616, -122.24291|
I had such high hopes for this place. But the insanely bumpy road made me want to turn around in my short bus. It’s not 4WD, and I would not recommend anyone going down that road unless they are not worried about their tires puncturing. I got to the end and there was only 1 bar of Verizon LTE. Decided to stay in the lot right across the road from the entrance which I stayed for a few days.
|Sand Flat Wild Camping||41.35416, -122.24982|
If others hadn't vouched fire this place, I would have been a bit hesitant to stay here as a single woman. But it's only for one night. It really seems run down, but I did see one very large, shiny, expensive RV at the campground, so it's not just dumpy trailers (just mostly.) Some of the spots seem to be occupied by disabled vehicles.
I think there is water and sewer at each site. I didn't need those, so didn't really check to see if they worked.
Since it's a Monday, and past Labor Day, it's not crowded, but the owner was nice and only charged me $15. It seems the price is somewhat flexible. There are showers and restrooms, but when I checked them out in the morning, there was no lock on the door, and the toilet stalls only had curtains, not doors. I think I'll pass.
|Kadoka Kampground||43.83725, -101.52120|
Super belle place au bord de l’eau. Endroit très tranquille. Belles tables à picnic et même une toilette sèche mais t’es propre.
|Nipigon Marina and Campground||49.00781, -88.25603|
Great museum about the history of Cumberland. Well worth checking out especially if your here on a rainy or smoky day.
Tuesday - Sunday
|Cumberland Museum & Archives||49.61899, -125.03181|
Seems great, but every site was occupied when I visited on a Monday. Took more than half an hour to drive up the rough road. Some big unavoidable potholes and pretty steep at parts given it’s dirt and rocks, but made it through in my (non-4x4) 170" WB Sprinter.
|Wash Creek Numbered Campsites, NFS||35.41242, -82.64588|
Beautiful place, completely silent. Bumpy dirt roads to get here but nothing terrible. Watch out for cows. Bathrooms and dumpster available, plenty of sites with fire pits and picnic tables. No one was here at all.
|Salmon meadows||48.65973, -119.84060|
Lots of dispersed camping along Notch Mt road on the way to halfmoon trailhead & campground. Rough dirt road but 2WD friendly (my 2006 subaru forester made it no problem). One bar LTE verizon. Pit toilets at halfmoon trailhead at end of road
|Notch Mountain Road||39.51387, -106.42909|
|Hubert on Tour||
Moderator Note: Travelers report that no camping signs are now posted on the whole road. Still a great road to escape the crowds for a lunch break
|Cache Valley (outside of Arches National Park)||38.72789, -109.48280|
|Wind and Whim||
As described- great place to fill up water jugs. Very popular.
|Natural spring with views of the ocean||37.88945, -122.62996|
As described, clean showers, friendly staff. Still open as of Sept 12th, however I didn't ask when they will close for the season.
|Meeker Park Lodge||40.23426, -105.53030|
super nice place 🚣
super schöner Platz
|Accessible lakeside campground||52.29165, -116.37494|
hot shower costs $5 for 6 min
heiße Dusche kostet für 6min 5$
Coffee, sandwich with small shop fishing supplies, Dutch oven (a must), clothes
Kaffee, Sandwich mit kleinem Laden Angelbedarf , Dutch oven (ein muss), Kleidung
|General Store||52.47788, -116.07166|
A nice campground with squares right on the lake. Day use places, unfortunately not open at the moment due to renovation. Price per night without service $28 with service $36
ein schöner Campground mit Plätzen direkt am See.
|Fish Lake||52.45431, -116.14506|
Es un área para estacionar junto a un río proveniente de la cascada El Salado. Es totalmente gratuito y nosotros aprovechamos a bañarnos, lavar la van y llenar el tanque de agua. Cocinamos y no hubo ningún inconveniente. El agua es fresca y limpia. La carretera está asfaltada, pero es bastante inclinada.
|Cascada El Salado||6.13694, -75.56825|
Water fill with hose threads and bubbler in park next to swing set. Water was on the hen we were there 9/12/22
|Water fill and bubbler in park next to swing set||47.12308, -118.37078|
Zeer grote ‘meadow’ met picknicktafels op ruime afstand van elkaar. (Privacy) Sommigen langs bomenrij, anderen in open veld. Rondom uitzicht op bergen. Direct toegang tot Provincial Park (wandelen). Op afstand van de highway en de trein dus heerlijk rustig. Alleen losse toiletten verspreid over het terrein. Cad 29 per nacht is maar iets meer dan op de drukke campings in het Provincial Park. Dumpstation en water aan de overzijde van de weg. Ook in het hoogseizoen nog nooit vol!
|Rafter Six Ranch||51.07553, -115.03304|
Parked with a few other rigs. No issues.
|Walmart Parking Lot||40.02446, -78.44690|
Just updating. Got some fuel, and asked the nice lady inside if I could fill up my water jugs. She said yes no problem. It’s on the side of the building facing the highway. Don’t need a hose if you have jugs. Just be respectful of course
|Mobil Fuel Station||48.07656, -123.15668|
We parked along the back wall, no 'no overnight' signs but the manager told us we weren't allowed to spend the night.
|Costco - Kelowna||49.88170, -119.43264|
Checked the place out, there are signs now saying no camping allowed.
|Dog Park parking lot||49.95045, -119.36900|
station de vidange et remplissage d'eau non potable. Prendre le chemin qui mène aux Giant sand dunes.
|Te Paki Carpark||-34.50520, 172.79659|
It’s now a chevron complete with Oxxo, clean restrooms and showers. Overnight stay is fine
Great spot to get water. fast tap and lots of parking
|Hecate Community Park||48.74287, -123.62686|