When? Who? Comment Place Location

Semi trucks have their own parking area in the corner. Called and asked about vans/cars/etc and was told that it is fine to park overnight anywhere toward the back of the parking lot. Murphey gas station in the parking lot. Plenty of grass to walk your dog.

Walmart 34.43563, -100.23325

Very informative displays on climate, energy, pollution, policy and traditional medicine. Worth the RWF6000 entry fee. The only Environmental Museum in Africa!

Museum of the Environment -2.06061, 29.34772

Restaurante Flutuante Mirandinha. Lugar tranquilo pra ficar as margens da represa do Rio Aruman. Tem uma tomada no poste que liberam pra motorhome.

Balbina -1.91024, -59.46064

we asked inside the Love's and the lady said it was not potable.

Loves 39.61839, -119.26603

Super nice place. Not cheap, but not expensive either for what it offers. Nice and relaxed atmosphere, clean beach. Clean facilities, good food, cold beer :)
Lot of shaded areas to put up a tent or park a car. Friendly owners and staff.

Zebrabar 15.86495, -16.51210

Very cool place! Amazing 360 view. We also camped up here with no problems. The road up is narrow but fine, a good dirt road.

Real equator at Catequilla 0.00001, -78.42864

Super clean spot tucked into the backyard. Was able to park our little vans (2) in the driveway and locked the gate overnight. Owners are very helpful and share helpful advice. Wi-Fi is real good too!

Yellow Plum tent house -51.72848, -72.50935

The roads to Mucheni George have improved and are easy now. The road to the entrance is good too.

Mucheni Gorge View -17.64607, 27.87672

Good for one night, but I saw an RV & another van stay parked for an additional night. I guess if you need to stay longer you should ask so they don’t start putting up signs. Quiet, no issues. Felt very safe

Meijer 41.13824, -85.16358
Travel Sin Prisa

We came here several times, although the first time we couldn't find the entrance (it's easier to miss when you're coming from San Jose). It's kinda squeezed in between a big hotel and a housing complex.

Very safe and much calmer than Tule and actually any other overlander spot around. There's plenty of place for everybody, big rigs too. There are horses coming to the beach daily and they are very picturesque to watch with the sunset. There is also a fireworks show almost every night from the nearby hotels.

Overall nice for a few days. Decent Movistar and good Telcel signal.

Desert Park Natural Reserve 22.97517, -109.77557

Na praça há 3 torneiras com água potável

El Peñon -26.47558, -67.26512

Came here and asked an employee who rudely said no. Not sure if a different person would have said yes but unfortunately we were not able to get water here.

Lowe's garden center 33.39190, -111.63157

Verry nice :) good idea but yeah 270 pesos

Mexita - the best pizza ever 17.07679, -96.71977

Bairds does septic tanks and porta potties. they allow you to dump and rv tank for either twenty dollars or two cups of black tea. the tea is the cheaper option. I would guess they prefer the tea in the morning.

You need your own dump hose as you dump onto a large man hole cover.

there is no water there to rinse.

as far as I know it's the only place on the area during the winter when campgrounds are shut.

Bairds Septic Tank Dumping 45.39052, -63.30210

Great free area suitable for rigs of all sizes. Large flat area with fantastic views of St. George & mountains. Tons of atv trails accessible from this location. Note ** this area is popular with people that like to come out and shoot guns so you’ll hear that often but it’s not a safety concern at all. St. George only minutes away, as is Hurricane and the Sand Hollow UTV riding area and state park. Strong cell signal

Empty dirt lot away from the city 37.05596, -113.46663

As described, dump station with non potable water

Beckman Mobile Home 29.15775, -81.02251

Ample parking for large vehicles. Great spot.

Free Parking Overnight 34.51092, -93.04645

I-95 Southbound rest area near Walterboro, SC

reste area 32.79915, -80.77320

Islandia is a great spot if you’re not looking for anything fancy. The town of Viejo Kino is walking distance with many affordable restaurants and taco stands. The town has seen better days but everyone was friendly and I walked the streets alone at night and never felt threatened. The campground is a mix of travelers staying a night or two, some snowbirds there for the winter and some people who are there year round. Very friendly vibe. It’s a little funky but I’m not looking for fancy. The beach is right there. Not the greatest beach but the water was great and sunsets amazing. The restrooms are spartan but functional. Marta, the owner, speaks great English and she welcomes you with open arms. She wasn’t there when I checked out and her helpers asked me for another $300 pesos, which was $700 total. On my way to San Carlos I got an email for Marta that they’d overcharged me $200. Honesty at the forefront. I told her to use the $$’s to buy a mirror for men’s bathroom. All in all, it was a great stay.

Islandia RV 28.82268, -111.94536

buen lugar para pasar la noche
parqueadero y a 30 metros de la playa,
el dueño es muy amable Ivan Giler,
desde 12$us por persona
facilitan la cocina para la preparación de los alimentos.

Hotel cabañas arcoiris 🌈 +590991154466 0.87405, -79.84809

The site is on a small ranch 2 miles from Alamos, Sonora, Mx. There are hookups (water and electric and septic) for 3 campers not bigger than 25 ft. The view is outstanding and surrounded by forest and mountains. It is very quiet. Potable water but no shower unless you want to hose yourself off. Lots of places to hike, bike, and bird watch. Lots of bird species. Very peaceful setting. Special meditation room available.

Rancho de la Soledad 27.03234, -108.97824

Ein Wasserhahn mit agua potable auf der Raseenfläche

plaza de Gaiman -43.29141, -65.49861

this is mostly unrestricted public parking between some hotels with beach access and public restrooms that have cold showers. no parking on early Monday mornings for street sweeping.

Beach 32.79066, -117.25493

We took the third spot along the river about 1 mile further. Ok for the night but no more. Pretty dirty and the nearby road is well used until dusk and after dawn. But we had a quiet night. Pretty muddy in the rain. Full ATT signal.

Yachats River Road 44.30748, -124.07522

This place is permanently closed.

Parking Majid Hotel -2.73633, 111.73021

A good place for overnight. There are some spots with nice view. Monkeys in the area.
The coordinates are correct!

Flat gravel spot 21.07380, 40.27371

for 25usd great room, clean bathroom. comfy beds. modern appearance. has kitchen for you to use. beautiful furnishings. great staff. warm showers. secure parking is around the corner for 1$/night.

Hotel Anahuac 13.84447, -89.74761
John Gabel

I loved the location for our class B but it was a bit noisy. Will consider for future stay if I don’t find another option.

planet fitness 44.01924, -92.46946

60 soles for double onsuite secure parking fast wifi

Casa de Vago -9.29171, -76.00914

Beautiful view of the mountains. Cows grazing around. Seclude and quiet. Beautiful sunset. Windy. 2-3 bars LTE AT&T. Very peacefull. We loved that place. The roads to access this site were in good conditions but there are many washes so I wouln’t recommand this site after rain.

Quebradas - public lands 33.98557, -106.76685

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