Playa muy linda para quedarse pegadito al agua. Nos quedamos una noche y cuando llegamos había otro vehículo de viajeros. Está alumbrado desde arriba y nos sentimos seguros. Había algo de música de los bares (jueves noche) pero nada insoportable.
|Playa Chicama||-7.70201, -79.44093|
|Fish and Kitty||
As described, rest parking area along I-90 just east of Buffalo. Next to the interstate, so there is some road noise, but the interstate didn't seem too busy overnight. Our van was the only vehicle there on a Thursday night in May. 3 bars Verizon, but internet ping times were horrible overnight so beware connectivity might not be very good. No services, but there are garbage cans, and a short path to a view of the nearby Bighorn Range to the west.
|I-90 parking area||44.34035, -106.63425|
as expected parking in Boston was difficult so came here. would def recommend. quiet, woodsy, a couple other van lifers there and only a 19 min drive from where we were in Boston. nice trails for dog walks in the morning
|Willard Woods Parking Lot||42.47036, -71.21938|
checked this place out. it was very full, no room for a van. otherwise seemed like an okay place for the night. went 19 min away to Willard's woods for the night, which I would highly recommend
|Longfellow Park||42.37605, -71.12693|
Huge space, fairly level. Open to the sky for satellite use, solar coverage is solid towards the middle of the space, you get shadows on the edges. Not far from highway 44 so there is road noise but it quiets down through the night. Signs of campfires but NO fire rings. We stayed 3 days and didn't have any problems.
|Battle Creek Road pull out||40.58149, -121.56188|
Nice and quiet, few local came around and leaves at 22:00 or around. Didn’t get disturbed.
|Former military base picnic site||47.28320, -53.98349|
Nice place with some good craft beer and a nice menu.
|Darwin Beer House||-34.59043, -60.94686|
No potable water. There is a hose but it looks like it's for rinsing dirty tanks...
|La Tuque dump station||47.41638, -72.78523|
Don’t know why this is marked as closed- I’ve just filled my tank with propane today
|Canadian Tire||44.65036, -63.67303|
Nice quiet parking to park during the DAY ONLY, has picnic tables perfect spot to stop for lunch time, has a few easy flat walking trails NO DOGS ALOUD here, as there is a lot of biodiversity. Has a very clean porta potty, and garbage bins and recycling. (Near the trails)
|Parc écologique de L’Assomption||45.84816, -73.42772|
peaceful night sleep, beautiful area. vault toilet open. excellent T-Mobile signal and good att+ Verizon. watch out for ticks, they are terrrrrible here
|Whetstone Creek Conservation Campground||38.96709, -91.73166|
Sandy road, had to put in 4wd. Super chill spot along the river. Good service.
|Cut River||44.42819, -84.65351|
Yes, still working. Dump station, water, and propane all at the same spot on the left side of the parking lot.
|Yukon Motel Free Dumping and Water||60.16833, -132.70946|
Parked in front of Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center in a random spot on the parking. Nobody bothered us, no sign saying it is forbidden to park overnight.
|Street Parking||33.88907, -118.37796|
Road is absolutely destroyed and steep. We can here and had to leave right at the dirt road. The road was fully washed out
|Hosteria Candamo||-4.33711, -79.92335|
First campers of the season, had the place to ourselves! Very serene, only had 3 cars go by between 6pm and 9am, so even though it's on the road it's quiet, just a super nice spot right along the creek. It has two distinct spots with BIG picnic tables that can accommodate larger rigs (we fit a Suburban with 15 ft trailer), but could pull in multiple smaller rigs. Pretty level. Has portapotty and trash canisters. For the anglers out there, there's wild arctic char and dolly vardens in the river.
|Rufus Creek||62.65955, -143.84427|
Kinda steep but well maintained road up to county gravel pit with a couple pull outs. This gps location is a relatively level spot (blocks/rocks will help) w shade and some Verizon reception (decent w weboost) and a fire pit.
A couple vehicles drove by in the afternoon, one I think car camped farther up the road.
PS - second chance humane society at the bottom of the hill is great. Super nice and helpful staff. I stopped by and adopted a dog!
|County road 10b||38.18574, -107.73646|
We made the Left Hand Collet Road uphill from Whole in the Rocks Road. This road is absolutely 4WD with reduction and high clearance. Steep rocky steps! Drive only when it’s dry. Road and river use the same lane.
|Collet Top||37.45560, -111.47404|
Large flat area, sandy, fire ring, easy access from road, very quite and remoted, some shade from pine trees
|Alvey Wash Road View||37.58072, -111.61033|
verry nice spot, everywhere are mountains and the lady that helpt us is verry kind :)
|Bear River RV park||55.95231, -129.97877|
We spent 4 really nice days at their place. Claudia and Michel are a great couple, full of crazy stories about their adventures. We even went mountain biking together and had delicious dinners at their cousy and warm house. Fix, their dog, is super lovely and a really well trained dog. We would highly recommend meeting them! Thanks, guys, for the awesome time spent together :)
|Claudia & Michel's Mountain Cabin||-32.95244, -69.27167|
Slept here last night and felt safe. Went to a bar and left the rig with the dogs. Im in a 23 feet camper. “Tourist police” showed up a couple of times and waved. Its pretty quiet, hostess from the bar said its supposedly safe. Wifi reaches the parking spot.
Excellent burgers which look exactly the same as on their picture outside. Nice location and also the prices are reasonable, starting from 25 BS including delicious fries plus different salsas. Highly recommend this place!
|FOREST BURGER||-19.05305, -65.26333|
not friendly. Couldn't say hi or anything else.
|Taller Mechnico||-20.45496, -66.82588|
accessible en RV, silencieux et beau panorama.
|BLM - Plateau with great views||44.34770, -108.70564|
stayed for just one night and it was okay for a stop over. no wifi available and limited cell service. road noise was a little loud and a few other semis and campers staying the night. grocery store is still open despite being marked as permanently closed on google.
|Family Fare Grocery Store||46.40630, -86.65041|
stayed with 3 others. 28 ft fit.. deep slope. watch out with overhang on long vehicles. stayed one night
|Parc des Chutes||47.83110, -69.53039|
A pleasant surprise. Parking for any size rig. There is a tall entry gate, we are 3.3m and had no issues. You can walk down to the river and along it a bit to a small sandy beach, great for our dog. The termales are now $2pp ($1 for child) and caps are rented for $.50. Quiet overnight, some farm animals around, the restaurant was not open on a rainy weekday, and cars start arriving pretty early. Free.
|Thermales San Luis De Guachala||0.00729, -78.17842|
Can also walk there and back in about 90 minutes. The old houses were behind barbed wire now but you can still get a good look at them. The cemetery is accessible. It's a very nice walk, little traffic.
|Old Town / mawka llakta / Cemetery||-0.21792, -78.07187|
Just as described, stayed only 1 night - arrived after 10pm, there was one car pulled off right in the beginning but there were at least four other pull off areas - we chose the closest to the emergency boat ramp. No problems all night only one car came by and it looked like a police car with its overhead lights on - no problems. Left in the AM just as foot traffic started jogging by.
|Titusville River walk||40.31205, -74.88792|