opening hours are now: Mo-Fryday:8:30 - 16:30 and Saturday: 8:30-12:30 (see photo)
|San Matías Aduana||-16.35456, -58.41047|
A pousada Ipê Salinópolis PA apoia os RVs o preço é justo tem água e energia e banhos. localização 5 km das praias. piscina muito bom o atendimento dos proprietários. Gilberto e esposa e Luiz que é o gerente geral. Todos super atenciosos.
|Pousada Ipê de Salinópolis||-0.64646, -47.31905|
Makes their own roof racks. We got one installed for our Land Rover 130 for 4000Tl, 1/10-23. They make them custom and they have some in the shop already. Good guys!! You get what you pay for, but strong metal and seems good so far 😁
|Özcan koruma||41.03388, 28.91366|
RV Park with full services located ~ 1 mile south of Salida. Turn east on County Rd 102, cross the river and your there. Backing on the Arkansas River with 158 sites and Clubhouse, Laundry, Showers, Sanitation Dump Station, Pickle Ball,, Fishing, Propane refills, Playground, Dog Friendly Sites. The area Mountain Biking Trails connect to the park, and it is 30 Minutes from Skiing at Monarch.
|Salida RV Resort||38.51201, -105.97235|
Yo soy un habitante del lugar en el cual vivo hace 36 años,el pueblo se llama Salto de las Rosas y pertenece al departamento de San Rafael Mendoza..Es un lugar tranquilo en el cual se puede dormir, descansar,por cualquier otra consulta o más información les dejo mi correo electrónico.. [email protected]
|Frente Casa de Saul||-34.73782, -68.22820|
Potable water near the main road. Slow but you can fill your bottles. Free
|White foutain||39.41269, 27.94731|
I found this place on Sekr - as I showed up, a large part of the lot is fenced off for what looks like construction, but I don't know how long that will be. Doesn't seem permanent. So only a small lot remains but as I pulled in there was already another camper van. So it might be a bit tight for parking.
I have AT&T service and only have 2 bars here.
Near the Washington and Old Dominion Trail which looks nice, leads to some parks.
Not far from a lot of useful resources.
Easy to get to.
Not super loud at nightime, but near an apartment complex so sometimes people talking and near the main road, so far it's mostly empty but there's a few cars going by every minute or so. So be prepared for that. Not anything like highway noise but not dead silent either.
Parking lot isn't flat but for me it's not an issue - the slant isn't too bad.
I attached the two photos from Sekr and one I took myself.
|Public Parking Lot||38.85615, -77.10824|
Just checked the papers. We had no issues.
|Police control tries to get bribe||-26.35958, -65.95691|
+56 9 9454 2711 is the WhatsApp number to contact. Really lovely place. You book it in three hour slots, 12000 clp pp. The facilities are very basic but clean and convenient.
|El Sauce Hot Springs.||-44.02903, -72.53299|
Small restaurant that serves delicious food. Can't see a name, but you'll see the food in bowls inside the window. Got rice chicken & meat. Cold drinks too
|Restaurant with no name||-10.06731, 124.22583|
Very nice place quiet and friendly very safe 5$us per night
|Rancho San Miguel||13.67820, -89.97897|
As far as I dont write comments here, I have to. This was the most amazing camping on CostaRica, which we had in 4 weeks of being here. Dont need to describe equipment, which is really fine and nice to rescue after some days of wild camping... I want to say, that the human side of this camping is amazing. Really nice guy Dixon and his young doughter welcomed us with really good english and qe enjoyed stay here by 5$ per person per night. Whats ad-hoc?
Dixon is really good experience wild life guide doing amazing river journeys with his captain on boat. We came on Sunday 6pm and he organized for us whole day journey for following day. And what we seen? I guess everything. 100+ animals including monkeys, crocodiles and caymans, slotsh, various types of birds, jesus lizards and other reptiles, butterflies, snakes and spiders etc. But what was amazing was the program of his journey. We ate nice lunch and tasted coconuts on local farm on carribean coast, enjoyed quiet places of Tortuguero forrests where most of turist are not coming... and all with support with Dixon as a guide, one of best I have ever met. All this journey has been organised only for our little group for 100$ per person per whole day. He gave us the best CostaRica experience...Highly recommend to everyone.
|Dixon' s Place||10.35411, -83.73521|
We parked one night on the boardwalk, behind the "Hotel del Norte" it is safe, the place is in front of the port and it becomes very noisy. In the previous street there is a restaurant, bar and a cafe, at night there is food for sale on the boardwalk and toilets... we only spent 1 night here, the noise does not let us sleep.
|Malecon Puerto Barrios||15.73535, -88.60437|
Simple church-affiliated accommodation, 1500 for a clean single bedroom with communal cold showers and pit toilets. Nice people running it. A good budget option... although there is a distressing number of cockroaches running around at night...
|CCAP Rest House||-9.70506, 33.27681|
Since new years you need a 'certificate de residence' to apply for a Ghanaian visa. You need to go to the police bureau (10 min drive) with a 'attestation d'hébergement' saying you temporary life with them (find an example on Google), copy of a resident card and a water/electric bill from your 'host'. Costs are 2000cfa and takes about 20-30 minutes.
The only problem might be finding someone who is willing to 'host' you and providing you the documents. For us going to a place all expats go in the weekend worked. Kame Surf camp for instance. Here we spoke to many expats who were interested in the car and after some chatting were very willing to help.
|Ghana Embassy||5.35882, -3.98705|
Very knowledgeable, hardworking and resourceful young mechanics who were able to solve my Toyota engine problems after two official Toyota garages were not able to do so. Highly recommended!
|CnC Power fuel injection engine specialist||-34.69468, -58.53306|
like other comments, really nice place to stay.
|Lago Villarino||-40.44680, -71.54482|
passed by early on a Tuesday morning, qt 9am. nothing to see
|Bribery - Roadblock||16.33869, -95.27657|
didn’t make it to the site, the road was far too treacherous for my SUV. had to drive through a lot of what looked like private property, wouldn’t recommend without 4WD, even then i wouldn’t attempt. ended up taking a wrong turn and our car was chased by a pack of beagles, so definitely don’t do that lol
|Dispersed Camping||36.67869, -83.77346|
A public parking lot in San Miguel Allende. pay 400 for 2 nights. It's 10 or 15 minutes walk to the city center. Feel safe
|Public parking||20.90614, -100.75168|
alors waow! je conseille, car 300$p la nuit peut paraître cher, mais tout est réuni ici.
|Casa Estrella Wellness Center||21.04263, -101.26030|
We asked in the police office about sleep in our car in front of it and they said there were no problem, the wifi signal of Jujuy Energia Viva works good and fast!
|Street Parking||-23.39781, -66.36745|
parked in frony if thus location.seaside.there s about 2 kms of restaurants-palapas with parking all along the beach.any will ket u park.I ate here yesterday.didnt ask for $ to park.will stay 1 more night.showers n wc use paid separately 1-2000
|Park lot Azul Profundo||10.95215, -75.03299|
Drinking water available at the spigot located on your left at the very end of the stalls where you can dump.
The spigot is painted in red. Be careful, one is for drinking water and the other, for rinsing when you dump.
|Flying J||29.77963, -95.95242|
Un arrêt apprécié après une longue journée. Ne pas arriver trop tard parce que ça se remplit. Dans notre cas, nous avons pris un des derniers endroits de stationnement. 50 pesos pour la nuit. Les gardes sont sympa. Notre chien a pu marcher sans se faire harceler par des chiens errants. petit espace gazon dans le fond. Beau réseau cellulaire.
|Hotel del Viajero - Pemex||17.99909, -93.39607|
|Warden & Ariane||
We didn't have a ticket, we couldn't book online because the last step in the process didn't work. I sent them an app twice, but no reaction. We showed up this morning a little bit before 10 o'clock and we could do the tour. Nice to see the animals. We paid 12000 pp.
|Reserva Natural Penguino Rey||-53.46078, -69.30601|
We checked it out, no way are you getting in with a travel trailer or anything much bigger than a small class C.
|Free Dump station||18.50199, -88.32519|
Reiterating what others have posted - although it says no dogs on the signs, they do allow dogs.
|Rada Tilly - Camping Municipal||-45.91740, -67.55128|
Very nice place. Oscar and his family are very nice. Good place to stay.
|RV Park Eco Tours||27.42980, -112.52605|
It’s now 100 pesos per person, lots of room, telcel coverage, dog friendly it’s okay for a stop or if you have a very large vehicle. The owners are not very talkative, not overly friendly but not horrible either. You pay your money and that’s it 😉 they keep the place clean and they also have 3 small/medium size dogs which are friendly with people and other dogs.
|Camping sindicato de azucareros||18.69407, -88.38666|