Small parking lot on the spot of the quiet and safe village on weekends there may be a little noise.
|La Punta||11.29521, -73.26410|
Couple of points to note. Dogs/pets are allowed in the park, just not on the trails. At this time of year, there is no water in the park so no showers and only chemical toilets. We came in the south gate from Danville and we're glad we are not bigger than our 22 ft C Class. Quiet the drive! Once in the Live Oak CG things got even tighter. But we made it. Maybe Juniper is better for bigger rigs? The sites are not big or level. 12, 15, 17 and 22 are the best. But a fantastic spot for $28 with the senior discount. ATT is site dependent.
|Live Oak CG||37.85113, -121.93805|
Pretty quiet wal mart. Spotty wifi by the garden center/auto shop. About 5 vehicles here including us.
Incredible spot. Very quiet cul-de-sac, plenty of other camper vans/RVs/big rigs. Woke up later than usual (10 am) on a Monday and no one seemed bothered by our presence!
|Street parking in industrial park||33.79765, -117.87108|
Beautiful Wild spot with amazing view to Tota Lake. Surrounded by trees
|Over the hill, lago Tota||5.54747, -72.94350|
parked in front of the public library and volunteer fire department for the night. wifi til 9pm with like all of the libraries.
|Stephenville Crossing Public Library||48.50180, -58.43534|
Find a functioning hose bibb out in the parking lot just north of the EV chargers (last parking space.) Good pressure. Able to fill 100G in about 3 minutes.
|Terrible's Hose Bibb||35.78256, -115.33285|
A small family restaurant with secure walled access to a large flat grassy area near the centre of Panajachel. Also has separate restroom with sink, soap, toilet paper and light.
|La Herradura||14.73757, -91.15662|
Excellent. Clean w warm showers (mediocre pressure), dump, fresh water, and bighorn sheep.
Hiking in the park is out of this world.
|Atlatl Rock Campground, Valley of Fire||36.41722, -114.55195|
Very popular with the gringas (and the gringos) lol. At least 25 rigs parked, with a heavy emphasis on European plated vehicles - including a European city bus converted! Super clear water, great fishing, though lots of folks brought their own boats to land the bigger sport fish. Get out on the water early to dodge El Norte, which was blowing 10-18 while we were there. Those same strong winds in LA Bay (apparently a local ex-pat name for the area) are also fun for wind sports enthusiasts. We didn’t pay anything, though, some people report a $100pesos/night trash pickup fee
|La Gringa||29.04022, -113.54284|
large and quiet parking lot with a view on the lake, can accommodate big rig, we stayed 3 nighs, we asked the manager before and no problems
Nice place and Nice Host. Angelica is Very friendly.
Amazing European-standards supermarket with everything you might need, including more tropical veggies (like avocados), and tofu, etc…
Prices are cheap, even for imported products. Also big selection of alcohol (beers, wine, vodka, rum, whisky,…).
Private secured parking on-site.
|Huge supermarket (“Bhatbhateni”)||28.08892, 81.64835|
It is really basic but a good stop for one night. Toilettes are clean.
|Good Energy Camping||43.02913, 17.55159|
Quiet spot. Good T-mobil service. 2wd ok on road.
|Crickets Landing||40.66322, -116.26408|
Ein kleiner Stellplatz direkt neben der Therme, welche man mit der Gästekarte täglich 1,5h umsonst nutzen kann. Der Platz ist sehr schön. Dusche Toilette,Wasser und Internet sind vorhanden.
A small parking space right next to the thermal baths, which you can use daily for 1.5 hours for free with the guest card. The place is very beautiful. Shower toilet, water and internet are available.
|Womo Stellplatz Bad Tabarz||50.87801, 10.51959|
Typical opening at the end of a forest road. Easy to reach, no 4WD needed.
|Big opening in the forest||62.45794, 14.52673|
Stayed here the one night. Arrived at 7 and left at 7. No one was there. Payed $4 and parked in the far corner. Left no trace. In the morning we did see a no camping sign across the lot near the picnic tables. Unsure if it’s just for over there or the whole lot?
|Panther Creek recreation area||34.69952, -83.42003|
I was going to stay overnight on the paraglading ramp when I passed this small area by the road. In the middle of the forest, flat and very quiet area. There is some car movement (not much), but practically none at night. Not sure if Big Rigs fit here.
|Wikscamping besise the road||-22.87876, -46.32179|
Gas station 24/7 , paid showers , clean bathrooms , space for vans , kombis , tents , Restaurant , good wifi , electricity .
|Posto Oliveira||-15.49650, -44.37035|
We had a great day exploring the marble caves by kayak. Francisco & Edu are fun people who explain you how to kayak and provide a lot of information about the site and the surroundings.
|Tour to the Cavernas de Mármol of Puerto Sanchéz||-46.59220, -72.57955|
If you have a rough-road vehicle, Unimog or Land Rover and 4-wheel drive, the difficult roads will not be a deterrent. Very hard to find even with GPS. Locked up tight, no one responding to calls from the gate.
What an amazing place to stay. Ricardo and his wife are lovely people. Ricardo loves to chat and share information about the area and give you tips for your ongoing journey. He even made fire for us in the kitchen which can be used by all campers and is great to hang out in cold and wet nights.
You'll get your own clean bathroom with hot water and all this for just 8.000/person
They also sell delicious dishes, homemade cakes, and proper coffee, so even if you don't need a place to stay make sure to stop for some food.
|La Nutria||-46.61379, -72.87338|
4 Washer (Queen, middle size) starts 2,25$, 4 Dryer (1,50$ 30min), clean
|Red dirt wash and dry||37.52414, -111.99216|
easy, lots of space, free, portable water also open on 13.11.22
|Kodachrome Basin Campground||37.52865, -111.99241|
2km from Kodachrome State Park on unpaved road (impassible if wet), nice place also for big rigs next to the quite road
|Just off Cottonwood Road||37.49740, -111.97346|
No official campsite but we asked if we could stay with our car and rooftop tent on the parking lot which was ok. Toilet available and there is a guard all night. Wifi was slow but available. No drinking water.
We asked for the price, which the staff had to ask to the manager who was not around. Once we got our tent up, they came to us and charged 500 kwacha which we think was way too much. We could negotiate it down to 300 (but still seems a lot for an informal campsite in low season and without facilities).
|Country 24||-12.28884, 33.18010|
An eye for the wild is an animal orphanage that rehabilitate wild animals and releases them in wild or if that is not possible on their game farm. As an example they have an epileptic lion, in the coming months they hopefully get two lionesses from Ukraine to rehabilitate. They gets schools to educate children on wildlife. To cover costs of the orphanage they started to offer camping and other activities. Campground has spotless abolutions with boiling hot water and is in the game area, so in the morning you might wake up with wildebeast, eland, impala or sable antelope. They might get giraffe and zebra. Braai facilities, bonfire, fishing pond, etc. All is self-catered.
camping adults 15 usd pppn, children half price. horseriding 15 usd/hour. They offer game drives, night drives, nature walks and ofcourse a tour along the animals in the orphanage.
|An eye for the wild||-18.93893, 29.89535|
Nice place. Closes down at 23.00 but they advised us to park for the night behind the station, being safe. However we were the only ones there.
There is indeed shower, although only one small, so you might have to wait in line, costs 50 pp.
|shell station||-33.77659, -69.06159|
camping allowed south of access riad 6 as mentioned. nice breeze. love the waves crashing.
|Beach Camping is Allowed S. of Access Road 6.||27.57536, -97.22372|