Good garage, friendly and communicative staff, competent mechanics. Nice area to relax (and have a shwarma) while you wait.
|Mr Service Auto Repair Workshop||-1.92814, 30.07325|
Beautiful campsite set amongst many, many palm trees and on grass. You can walk out straight onto a lovely beach with good swimming at high tide. Use of a nice banda for hot water showers and electricity. Lovely bar and restaurant, free WiFi and excellent laundry service in a washing machine! 12 USD pppn
|Traveller's Lodge||-6.43386, 38.90533|
Very noisy. There is a gas station nearby which is handy to get stuff. But it also brings traffic. Right beside the main road.
|Parc des Chutes||45.83281, -73.88033|
|Des routes & nous||
We stopped here at the end of the day just before night. Around 10pm a truck came lights off. 5 guys unloaded what's look like petrol jericans (probably trafic). Then a care came and parked lights off. The truck left and came back 30 minutes later. An other car came and put it's lights right on our car. A man came with a light and a gun. He said he was a policeman (probably not in service) . He told us to do not stay here because it's a dangerous place. He ordered us to follow him to the next check point located right before Magba. He was effectively a police officer. We finally spent a good night.
|Wild camp||5.99868, 11.28286|
Officialy you can not spend the night here, the ranger told us. But when you are here in low season nobody will send you away, she said. Better take the dirtroad a little bit more up north to the laguna, where you cannot be seen from the main road.
|laguna Garzon||-34.79853, -54.56383|
Outdoor parking, flat lot, awesome location with large spaces. $15 for 24hrs. We parked directly under the Excalibur sign. Security in parking lot a added bonus. Bathroom in Casino an added plus
Parked on the beach for 2 nights, need a beach parking sticker available at all retailer, very nice place! Watch for the tide.
|Crystal Beach on Bolívar Peninsula||29.45547, -94.63816|
Maged is normally a couchsurfing host, but when we met him, he immediately understood what an overlander needs. A shower and a washing machine! He let us use his apartment for the day, while he was at work. And after work he took us into the city. We had a great time together! He's a great example of the Arabic hospitality, and genuinely a good guy. So don't hesitate to contact him!
|Laundry and Tours||29.25370, 48.07977|
Een prima stop als je op doorreis bent. Het is een tankstation met een grote parkeerplaats. We voelden ons hier veilig en het personeel was vriendelijk.
|YPF and camping||-37.31590, -59.97231|
Crossed the border at Brownsville, TX in the morning and made it to this Pemex truck stop for our first night. A little loud but earplugs help drown it out. Bathrooms and cold shower. Does the trick if you need a place to stop + crash. Felt safe, nice staff on site.
|Pemex free||21.80390, -97.77228|
Great place to camp, right at the lake. Frendly staff. Toilet and shower available. They also have rooms available. I paid 15$ for one night camping
|Iliza Beach Kibuye||-2.06319, 29.34342|
16 pesos for the cheap water now. Otherwise as described
|Aqua Purificado||24.16901, -110.30821|
This is a camping with beach access that can receive 30+ RV and that is opened year long. It cost us 22€ for one night in November. The bathrooms and showers are clean. Shower are 0.5€ for 5 minutes.
|Camping Salerno||40.59516, 14.87070|
|Cubby Van Life||
Hello road people! Great, free cg in Daniel Boone National Forest on a ridge. VERY narrow, long, hard road to get there. No posted fees or pay box so our night was a freebie. The ranger drove through. 10 sites, fairly close together with tables, metal rings and clean pit toilets. No trash containers so please pack it out. No one else here so it is quiet and beautiful. A great, 4.8 mile trail starts across from the pavilion.
I really liked this stay!
|S-Tree NF Campground||37.38590, -84.07261|
Nice place to stay! Very close to the ruins as well to the city center. Only a short walk. Enough space for big rigs. Only the road can be quite steep. If there are no guests in the guesthouse you can also use the hot shower. Only downside: You cant fill up water here as the water is not the cleanest. Very friendly owner.
|Camping La Cumbre Del Macizo||1.88994, -76.28425|
Great place to stay centrally located in Big Bend. Careful which site you pick if you are in a vehicle, because some are very sloped. You can hike the Window Trail from this campground. Close to Lost Mine Trail. Has a water fill and bathrooms. Flush Toilets. Very busy, and reservations required via NP website. Highly recommend.
|Chisos Basin Campground||29.27663, -103.30288|
Beautiful little park between the road and the river. Access point to the river. Fenced in tennis court where you could let your dog run for a moment (see photo), be sure to pick up after dogs. Playground, picnic tables, barbeque pit, basketball court, volleyball court, fishing ramp, trash cans, restrooms (may be winterized in winter months).
|Veltus Park||39.54610, -107.33158|
Great little park wedged between 70 and the Colorado River. Short walk along a paved path to the convergence into the Roaring Fork River. Many locals have dogs off leash in this park around the softball/baseball field area. River access, picnic tables, benches, trash can, recycling receptacles near boat ramp, skate park, playground, paved walking loop, and great newer restrooms (when winterized there is a porta potty).
|Two Rivers Park||39.55174, -107.33348|
Dog Park is a long the River Trail walking path. Most people park behind the high school. Inbetween the river and the football field is an open area where many locals let their dogs run, but there are no fences. Walk about 700 ft down the paved path to find the dog park. Small dog area and large dog area. Fence is about four feet tall, be careful if you have a jumper.
Glenwood Springs River trail is a paved path that runs along the east side of the Roaring Fork River for almost four miles. The trail begins north at Two Rivers Park. Connections can also be made to the Glenwood Canyon trail and the 42 mile long Rio Grande trail that stretches between Glenwood Springs and Aspen.
|River Trail Dog Park||39.53586, -107.32960|
Super pretty!! I also love how quiet it has been. Will be coming back :)
|Big Fir Campground||34.60443, -93.40747|
Camping com estrutura para Motorhome e trailer no pé da serra Atlântica, com energia 110/220v, água e ponto de descarte. próximo a praia do Gomes em Antonina.
|Camping Serra Verde Antonina||-25.47154, -48.68511|
Dormimos na rua de trás, ao lado do muro da escola. Noite super tranquila. Nos pareceu bem seguro.
|Tica Tica School||-20.14562, -66.31363|
Yuck. Lots of trash at sites before power station. After the road closes in and requires 4wd. I did a 5 point turn before road became jeep track. It was narrow and beautiful along a stream, but would definitely walk it before undertaking it, limited turn around points between rock wall and stream. Decided to to stay. 2 bar LTE ATT
|Mogollon Rim lookout site||34.26007, -111.18615|
Q 250 for Single Room. Pool and Breakfast included. Covered parking. Gated with security. Beautiful scenery and relaxing place. It seems to be a great place before or after the border crossing.
|Hotel Las Gardenias||14.69334, -91.85144|
Place to rest, Safe with WiFi bath, wash clothes, energy etc...
|Local para Descanso (seguro agua luz wifi banho etc..) wpp 55 996696122||-30.24315, -54.92306|
Only place in the area without a no camping sign.
|Small Wild Camping Location||46.09235, 7.77876|
This place is permanently closed.
|Creek banks||43.18290, -80.24921|
Laundry facilities were disgusting. I am very disappointed in this location.
|Pilot/Flying J Travel Stop||38.11703, -121.39366|
Open showers and a couple toilets. Nice small beach and great sunrise
|Beach Rest Stop||29.99080, -81.31527|
Largest Cabelas I've seen...plenty of parking for rv and semis