excelente lugar para barraca ou casa rodante, do lado da ponte e do rio. Estivemos com outras duas vans de amigos chilenos. Muito bom.
3 very sloped RV spots. Even to sloped to levle with blocks. It's right next to the Hwy and fairly noisy. Especially when that LOUD motorcycle or LOUD car drives by. There are a few level regular parking spots. I give this location a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10.
|Cracker Barrel||28.66626, -81.38976|
Stayed here for 3 nights lol! We broke down so had to wait for the mechanics, so we did errands all over the city which was surprisingly easy, also went to movies across the street. Good Walmart, lots of overlanders with us back right side by the hotel. Never had any problems and didn’t see many homeless. Didn’t see any cops patrolling like some other reviews on RVParky had mentioned… grateful for the space to park overnight!
|Walmart Las Cruces||32.31512, -106.75108|
there are 14 stone Graves. In a side valley of the swakop. We hope people can tell more about it.
|14 graveyard||-22.66227, 14.84114|
(Note there are three iOverlander pins for the same place.) We spent two nights here and enjoyed our stay other than the rain! Paid 50,000 COP per night for two adults, one child. We didn’t buy the additional breakfast. The lawn for parking is quite small. It wouldn’t be able to accommodate a second vehicle of our size. But we were able to get level with blocks. The hostel area has great amenities and is so beautiful. Indoor and outdoor kitchens, both with stoves and sinks. Two bathrooms with (very) hot showers. Laundry is 25,000 COP/load to wash and dry, but we didn’t use that. WiFi is not fast, but it works fine. Hammocks to relax and colorful birds to watch. Caspian and I walked to use the pretty pool one morning. Two nights was not nearly enough to take advantage of the tours and hiking opportunities.
|Hostal Venecia||5.03720, -75.56582|
Main parking lot where you access all the things that are mentioned. Takes an hour to walk it if you just need to sightsee. You can ca.p here too. it takes 25 pesos per person to car camp. I had no time. so headed to Palenque.
|Parque Ecoturistico El Arcotete||16.72588, -92.58418|
First premex since San Cristobal. No gas station until here. vendor are selling in gas containers in front of their shops. I bet cost is pretty up there. Make sure your tanks are full until here
|Premex station||16.89387, -92.10090|
stayed her in the parking lot by the cascades where all the restaurants are. Used La Cheiba restaurant wifi until it was timed out. I will try another restaurant that does not time out the wifi.
|Cascadas Agua Azul||17.25702, -92.11354|
Agree with all of the below - this place is paradise. Mario and is family are the most welcoming people. The pool is surrounded by tropical plants and is a fantastic place to beat the heat of the day. The camping area is flat, good baño’s etc. But Marios hospitality is the best part of this place. He brought us water, bananas, and even a fridge! Go and enjoy this place while it is quiet because it is bound to get popular soon!!!…..
|La Parcela del Valle||20.38542, -89.55410|
Very nice lodge with campsite. We enjoyed the privacy and also the luxury to use the restaurant and lounge. Staff very helpful and friendly. We did a game drive to QENP from there and enjoyed 4 nights. US$ 10 pppn. Possible the best camp in this area. Can recommend at all.
|Engiri Lodge & Campsite||-0.13986, 30.05158|
Called and asked about parking for overnight. Front desk said they “can’t officially endorse it” but that this is the lot to do it in as long as we aren’t loud and reckless, we should be good to go. One other vehicle in the lot with me through a snow storm. Woke up with 6+ inches on the car. No plows came to that lot. Quiet and convenient.
|Jay Peak Resort 242 lot||44.92820, -72.50225|
lot was empty overnight and noone bothered us! we didn't leave until around 9:30am. used the casino restrooms without problems.
|Sky City Hotel/Casino||35.24217, -107.94622|
We could stay in the garden of the hotel. Fresh water to fill up our tank. we could also use their cold shower. we spent 3 nights there for free but we ate in their restaurant. good food and good staff! the manager arranged the trips to the NP. he helped us with everything!
|Ranthambhore Tiger valley hotel with campspot||25.98636, 76.34998|
Still available. The place is a bit dirty. No problem with the neighbors.
|Lakeview Lane||20.50847, -99.90215|
Open place on top of the cliffs with plenty of space for many vehicle. Incredible views!
|Parking / Camping area next to the road||-32.52541, -69.01404|
Shitty border (sorry) to exit Mexico. The Banjercito is open between 8am / 4pm.
|Banjercito, Visa & Tip Office||28.69717, -100.51339|
A couple of other vans here. I was in an SUV. Around 6am, someone went around knocking and saying no overnight camping. Guess you can get lucky here given the comments before but maybe the Walmart parking lot is more reliable.
|Outter Range Brewing Parking Lot||39.58922, -106.09909|
Indeed a quiet paradise, owned by friendly people.
|Quiet paradise||-17.90115, -63.31682|
|Cinquentões na Estrada (Marcia &Marco)||
We stay for 3 days we pay 10 dollars a day, 8 days or more, it's 5 dollars a night, when you arrive you hit the gate if they don't answer you, go to the hostel to check in, then someone will take you to the parking lot.
ficamos por 3dias pagamos 10 dólares por dia, 8dias ou mais fica em 5 dolares por noite, quando chegar você bata forte no portão se nao te atenderem vai no hostel para fazer checkin, aí alguém te levará no estacionamento.
|Parking Hostal Macaw||-2.16188, -79.89223|
|Cinquentões na Estrada (Marcia &Marco)||
Recharged my 3 kg Argentine cylinder, but you need to have the adapter. Open from Monday to Saturday, from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm and Sunday from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm. It cost 9 dollars. Marcia is the owner's name, she is not the one who fills it, but she took it to fill it for us.
Recarregou meu botijão Argentino de 3 kg, mas você precisa ter o adaptador. Funcionamento de Segunda-feira à sábado, de 6:30 às 18:30 horas e domingo de 7:00 às 14 horas. CUSTOU 9 dólares. Marcia é o nome da Propietaria não é ela que enche, mas levou pra encher pra gente.
|Distribuidora de gas y agua Montedeoca||-2.19539, -79.88909|
A big area in the forest next to the beach with plenty of spots for tents. Ideal for cyclists. It is completely hidden. To access you need to walk along the beach until you enter the forest.
|Camp by the beach||-39.26095, -71.97210|
Super nice place. Its 2000 per night for 2. If you need electricity its 500 more. Wifi is ok, place is clean. And Monica is super friendly and sells delicious empenadas. Easy walk to the wanda mines from here
|Camping Panambi||-25.96860, -54.58481|
Basic green lawn campsite with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Ablutions are ok, one toilet for ladies and one for men. Three shower available.
People managing the place are very friendly and offer different activities to do as well (hikes, horse riding, etc.) Perfect spot for a first night in Lesotho. Paid R100 per person.
|Moorosi Chalets||-30.23218, 27.89236|
We stayed a week at a site just before this one, was lovely with a small fire pit, trees for shade and wonderful views. Not many people/atvs here. Some shooting on the weekend. Good loop hikes on atv trails. Road ruddy/bumpy as mentioned, but doable in our 4x4 van. Would keep bigger rig closer to main road. Lots of old wood for firewood. Some coyote noise in evenings. AZ permit required, but no one came around.
|White tanks||33.64116, -112.58083|
Great view of the bridge and river. Decently flat spot off to the left before the bridge. Fairly quiet overnight. Good spot!
|orange bridge view||-45.22521, -72.21887|
Excellent place to stay within area of El Chalten and Lago Desierto. Very nice spot hidden between trees and almost not visible from the road. With moderate to strong winds also good for roof tents for extreme winds excellent for normal tents!
|Camp spot with excellent wind shelter!||-49.15131, -72.94486|
Slept one night arriving from Puerto Natales with my bike.
Some fisherman when I arrived. I Took water from the river.
|Cycling Hotel||-52.05432, -71.42854|
big empty lot near fire station. hopefully they don't run to many calls tonight.
|Municipal lot||36.36270, -94.21388|
Camping beside an unpaved road heading down a wash. We accessed this area in a Sprinter van. 4x4 used at one transition point near the beginning for both getting in and out.
No cell coverage.
Quiet Only one other vehicle seen heading out the night we stayed here.
Lake Mead National Recreational Area. However, we were unable to reach the lake. A fence blocks the road before reaching the lake. RTE# 4713. Road is Functional Class 4: "Primitive Park Roads. Public Roads Roads which provide circulation through remote areas and/or access to primitive campgrounds and undeveloped areas. These roads frequently have no minimum design standards and their use may be limited to specially equipped vehicles."
|Fire Cove Road||36.40300, -114.39490|
Huge open area, lots of other campers. 3 bars T-Mobile LTE. I arrived after dark but had no issues driving in or out in 2wd sprinter
|BLM dispersed camping||34.19771, -116.27305|