Parking slot used by the lokals for parking their tracks, nevertheless pretty quiet for a place in downtown. The next metro station is only a few meters away.
|Qatar National Museum - Doha||25.28459, 51.54936|
Filled up with diesel and they let us use the water
|Portal das Dunas Gás Station||-22.89674, -42.04067|
A couple of flattish spots for small campervan. No facilities but great moonrise and sunrise. Some shelter from wind. Building is currently under construction and open, so sheltered from wind to cook in.
|Cueva de los Manos bush camp||-47.17090, -70.68014|
This a ⛽️ and they have DIESEL and when they are closed you can call a nummer. Sunday are open to 13:00 uur!
|FJ Bande /tyres||-29.66265, 17.07865|
Local tranquilo, seguro e com chuveiro quente grátis.
|Posto Abrolhos||-17.91078, -39.82927|
it was a good spot for one night to stay.
|Los Tucanes||18.58845, -91.03903|
we stopped here, but we couldn't find a mechanic here.
|Taller mecanico El Negro||18.59667, -91.03289|
It's parking close to the road. A little bit noise from trucks. Nobody disturb us at night
Stayed one night here, one other van with us. Great parkinglot and leveld. 11pm somebody came with a cleaning machine, would say like an hour.. but after that at 1am there were a lot of cars and they honked together and some guys were at the home depot (inside?) and stood in front of the door.. that was a little bit terrifying. Seemed like they drove around us and that didn’t feel good.. but as always in Cali no other places allowed to stay
|Peaceful Home Depot||35.60710, -120.69212|
Cabins near the canyons with all the infrastructure
|Morada do Corujão||-29.09929, -49.92084|
The campsite offers on-site camping for socialising around the fire. There are 11 stands and every stand is on the grass and has a power point. The ablution block has showers, toilets and sinks. There is also a sink for dishes with hot water. Tents and stretchers are available on request. There is also a swimming pool and trampoline available for our camping guests.
Uncapped Wifi, Guesthouse on the premises as well as a Restaurant
|Die Hut||-33.15613, 18.65691|
Lovely. Everything was amazing! Clean and neat ablutions, Each person has his own ablution. Soft lawns
|Die Hut||-33.15613, 18.65691|
Several no overnight parking signs. No campers, TT’s or overnighters found
Nothing stating that the area is closed but the pit toilets are locked and the place is certainly not being maintained. Stayed here 2 nights without issue. Kind of close to the road and there’s a kennel up the road so some noise from the dogs barking in the evening but they settled down shortly after dark.
|Moodys Landing Recreation Area||31.05397, -89.11765|
Nice place, friendly people. I use my garden hose. Was perfect!
|Planta Purificadora La Chulita||23.59240, -109.58846|
nice plazoleta. wifi still work. some shadow, good place for a break. water tap in the center of the plaza.
|Plaza 25 de Mayo . San Jose||-26.81162, -66.07508|
The review on iOverlander is spot on! We stayed between marker 102 and 103. 3 days max stay in 21 day period. Rangers will take your license plate to enforce but not a bad experience. They are very nice! No parking permit is needed here. Park 10 feet off dune, leave space for road, fires have to be on the water side not the dune side, dogs off leash if recalled by voice command. Any questions, a ranger will come by so you can ask. They are making sure beach is clean and people are doing what they should. Safe feel!
|Free Marker 99-103||27.69836, -97.15361|
|Jacob and colleen||
Perfect spot to stay overnight on a long drive just to sleep. Wouldn’t reccommend sleeping here to hang out. The parking is on both sides ! There was quite a bit of trash in the grass but a good view. Expect a lot of truckers as well. No one bothered us !
|Designated Parking Area||35.73414, -105.04607|
We recommend that you book your ferry in advance : +505 8966-4983 or +505 2569-4228
|Port Of San Jorge Ferry Terminal||11.45975, -85.79072|
One of the really good workshops and spare parts places we encountered so far. Very friendly and helpful, all kinds if repairs on all kinds of vehicles
|Spare parts and Mechanics||13.98584, -89.56857|
US Army corps of engineers campground on Lake Allatoona.
150 sites, mostly back in and waterfront sites with water and electric. 34$ a night for waterfront sites, 30$ for regular. Beautiful and peaceful. reservations have to made online at recreation.gov
|McKinney Campground||34.10484, -84.69700|
Good wifi, but the showers for the womans are not working. Its broken. And the other shower is a bit working i gues cold
Very cozy place!
|Cabaña Lomas del Sur||-46.72723, -72.46685|
Nice quait place to rest or take a beach and ocean. Enter from vila tishka parkong place
|Beach without wind||32.72547, -9.05592|
Decent beach & view of the city (4G with Claro), but the bush camping up top is littered and not very sexy. There is less trash if you opt for less wind protected areas. Also, there are rodents here - along with quite a few beach spots along the coast. We believe they made their way into our engine for a late night plastic snack and shelter. We heard them and found a chunk gnawed off from our coolant cap… the dunes just south of town is the prettiest and secluded spot near town! We didn’t look at the spots further up the coastline from here.
|beach la compresora||-45.78605, -67.39442|
For 50cedi a person you get a tour to spot monkeys in the wild. You feed them bananas. They eat them out of your hand.
|Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary||6.90529, 0.38781|
Still open and a great spot to do laundry! Washers range between $2-5 USD. Very clean.
|Dolphins Wash||31.11431, -114.89954|
The 8113B road off the Scenic Loop has maybe half dozen spots along here, all nicely spread out. The road conditions get worse the further in you go, especially past the cemetery. But we made it, slowly, in our Ford Transit. The road conditions probably changes frequently, depending when it was last graded or recent rainfall. If you are nervous about the road, best to stay on the Scenic Loop or over on Bates Road.
The dirt road fords the river at a shallow section. You can camp on the river Bank to the right. In the dry season big parts of the river are also dry and you can camp on those.
Idyllic place for swimming, camp fires and a few trees for shade. Little fish and tadpoles in the water. Lots of birds.
Locals came in the early evening to swim and wash their car in the ford. One car used the Ford after dark. But they just left us to it.
Mobile phone reception with data works mostly.
|River Bank by Ford||16.98037, -88.40068|
This was a great pull off for one night. It was a little muddy but the ground was frozen so that helped. Road is well traveled and not super long. No problem for almost any vehicle unless it’s muddy or snowy. It’s a bit of a tight space for larger RVs. Fit our 25’ van easy. Service was shorty but no road noise though someone drove through on what sounded like a can-am with every possible modification to make it louder around midnight. I’d still stop again.
Make sure you stop at Thunderbird if you’re heading north for breakfast. Breakfast was AMAZING
|Kanab wild camping very nice!||37.07787, -112.54038|