traditional colonial styled hotel.
Beautiful little spot. room for two small rigs. Close to hwy so a bit noisy but the beauty outweighs the noise. Steep but navigatable hill. We are 10 feet high and had to be careful with trees but no problem.
|Cabot Trail towards Ingonish
Ótimo espaço para wild camping. Não tem estrutura, é afastado do comércio. No fim de semana a barraca do João oferece porções e bebidas. Pernoitamos numa sexta feira no mês de novembro e foi super tranquilo. Na maré baixa o mar recua bastante e ao lado tem o rio. Estrada de areia tranquila para qualquer tipo de veículo. Estão pavimentando com paralelepípedo, no futuro o lugar vai ficar mais popular.
Great place for wild camping. On the weekend maybe busier but you have some space more isolated. We camped here on Friday in November and felt safe. The road is easy for any kind of vehicle and they are working on it, in the future will be more crowded.
|Boondock camp spot
excellent food and the sweetest little server. level parking lot with 3 spaces for long RVs we have a truck camper so parked in a regular parking spot at the back of the lot.
|Sulphur Cracker Barrel
This place is the parking behind the city hall of Balneário Pinhal. Is very quiet at night, almost no transit, and near the police station. Good for stay during the night.
|City hall parking
When we stopped, the store was open. There were cars and pick-ups in the parking lot. In the morning, there was nobody. Relatively quiet. No cell signal. -2 degrees Celsius this morning.
|Cal Ranch Store
Although school buses are let into the national park here, they claimed that our BigRig (7.8m long, 2.3m wide, 3.8m high) was much too big. So no admission for BigRig at the moment. In Sinamatella we didn't have any problems entering the Hwange.
|Entrance to Hwange National Park.
Still other campers. Felt safe but pretty noisy next to trains. Reversing trucks in the night. Would stay again
Ok for a stopover night or two. $38.50 a night, includes electricity, water and sewage. Very messy, dogs barking constantly, no public bathrooms or laundry. Witnessed someone run into another motorhome in the park one night. Dead birds in a few spots. Most people seem to be long timers. Owner is an incredibly nice guy though. Good in a pinch, but don’t recommend.
|Desert Oasis RV park
First real gas station (with a pump) when going through the back country to the volcano. Diesel and gasoline, cash only.
nice cimetary, most of the graves are made like small cabanas. Nice view over the lake.
Caution! They built concrete cascades as a river crossing, but they are washed out and slippery as hell because of algae covering it. We drive a heavy 4x4 truck and we're sliding as on soap, 4x4 does nothing. Stay to the uphill part so you don't slide downhill and potentially flip upside down. There are deep holes on the uphill side though, so you will get into a very uncomfortable slant will sliding uncontrollably. Fun times... (level of algae might depend on season)
famous organic patisserie, café and icecream. very delicious. a dream!
|Nomad N Rad
Just to update and let travellers know the showers here are great but not free unless you buy 200 litres of gas! The price is reasonable though at $25 pesos per person. They are clean and each shower room has a toilet and a sink and has hot water. It was good to get super clean again!! It’s worth the drive through town to get to this place.
|Chevron with Oxxo and Showers
Very quiet spot. The place in the photos isn't available now, the herbs have grown. We parked just opposite on a small plot. The road to get there is very narrow, no big VR.
RV parking was pretty full when we got here last night around 6:30pm. Several RVs using loud generators. We parked in the lot between the RV parking area and the store. No issues.
This place is closed resp. does not exist anymore.
|Vets and Peks Clinica Veterinaria
|A very long Honeymoon
Didn't find the water guy but bought a 20l bidones in the tienda located here for 2500 Pesos. No problem to borrow the bidones for filling the tank.
Nice place to boondock. A little noise from the road but not bad. No services. Tmobile has good reception.
Very quiet night in a beautiful valley in the lower Eagle creek area. This place you access from 191N, lower Eagle creek road.
Longish drive down steepish curvy road. Not big RV friendly but I don’t own one. This road is bumpy and you have one wash out to cross. Plus, if you go to far you could be in trouble, no turn around and then water.
The hike is also an adventure of sorts, with a bonus at the end.
This is property of the mine you enter to access and we must respect their rules or ownership. We enjoyed our stay and adventure.
Saw some bighorn and a beautiful hawk.
|Lower Eagle Creek
We just arrived at this lovely campground directly behind the Dades Gorge. Clean WC, hot shower and a friendly welcome from the manager of this hotel and camping. Electricity is available. Tea in a lovely lounge in front of the fireplace and a nice chat.We will come again.
|Camp Hotel Berbère De La Montagne
It’s an option if you are looking for a safe place to camp. It belongs to the police so pretty secure, nice shaded areas with bbqs, tables etc… we paid ARS1500 for 2 people in a tent.
short hike up to the lake and forest, amazing views over the river, that spreads out in many arms, small islands and extremly diverse environment ... starts at 'dead end road' (on the other side of the pedestrian bridge) and takes max. 30min to get there, you won't regret it
|Bosque del Amor
Stop along Black Hill back country by-pass road.
|Black Hills picnic with a View
great place to charge your phone. there is also free wifi on one of the corner
|Abra Pampa square
Parks seemed to have three sections. Boat launch area was still open, but the whole area seemed to be taken up with trucks and their boat trailers. Pit toilets, women’s stall had no locking mechanisms on the doors.
The other two sections (one of left side of road and the other on the right side of road) of Park were closed for season. Was told it closed on Nov 1st. I would assume these could be nice spots when the part is open for campers. Gate was locked on the entrance side, and tire puncture security on the exit side to prevent people from entering that way.
|US Army Corp of Engineers - Eufaula
This place is beautiful. Haven’t had any issues. There’s a big pavement lot to park or you can make your way down the peninsula and park closer to the water! Very windy but the best views! A few cars have come down here then leave right after. Very quiet and secluded. My dogs love it. Pack in and pack out. There’s a bit of trash the further you go out but not too bad.
Spent a few nights camping here, some distant and close music, Friday night until the early hours from a disco close by unfortunately. Rest is great as mentioned. Clean and good ablutions, nice staff and good bar area. Can recommend during the weekdays ;)
Stop along Black Hill back country by-pass road.
|Black Hills back country road picnic site 2
Called beforehand and talked to security. They said RVs can park overnight in the "additional parking" across the street. I asked if we needed to come in to check-in with them or anything and they said no. The concrete parking lot isn't very flat but there are a few spots that are manageable. We are in a 25' class C. There was a large RV parked overnight as well in what looked like the fattest spot. There are a couple of trash cans in the lot. Its surrounded by cemeteries, just FYI if that makes anyone uncomfortable. We haven't gone in the casino yet. If we do and learn more, I will update.
|Lucky Chances Casino