Neat air museum in giant blimp hanger. No overnighting. Cafe has good burgers.
|Tillamook Air Museum||45.42074, -123.80394|
i was here last year and stayed for a week. I had a great spot at the end of the road. there were a couple long term campers at the entrance but it wasn't trashy.
|Sunshine Bar Campground||42.71215, -124.31093|
Right at turn off. Big open area. I stayed here 4 nights with trailer. Good spot to park and walk down the road to see if your vehicle will make it. First 1/4 mile down road is ok with a turnaround. Gets rough after that. It is 1.6 miles to river crossing and another 1/4 mile walk to spring from this spot.
|Turn off to Twelve mile H.S.||41.23735, -114.98233|
Cool spot. Fire rings at some turnouts. Next to a logging road but very quaint and private. Saw 3 spots and they were only good to fit 2 camper van max. Would come back again !
|Alder Creek Rainforest dispersed campsite||47.83454, -124.23900|
Best views you’ll have from a campground in Tatacoa. The guy who welcomed us said at first they charged 30000cop for 2 person but when I said I had friends paying 25 he said ok.
|Laberinto El Cusco||3.23358, -75.16872|
Très calme. Peu de bruit. On s’est installé vis à vis le garden mais au fond du stationnement.
|Walmart Coralville||41.69689, -91.61296|
Dormimos una noche allí, estuvo muy tranquilo, fue gratis y el paisaje es muy hermosos. además puedes hacer otras actividades.
|La Layenda||-5.91695, -78.07814|
|It's not a slow car, it's a fast house||
While this is a kind and generous offer- there is no way to contact Javier. Ayuda??
Dispersed camping available at designated sites in this area .
great spot, very quiet, little bumpy dirt forest road but don't need to go far in to find a nice spot, arrived 6pm left 8am, confirmed with ranger national forests are free to camp in beside any forest road between April and November I think
|Forest road||37.87362, -119.85740|
just as previously described, nice large space with clean toilet, lots of other campers but was quiet
|Deer Gulch||44.70082, -114.04417|
A spacious parking lot and gravel area looking out at Mt. St. Helens and Elk Rock. There are no hours of operation, no signs prohibiting overnight parking. Just views so gorgeous you couldn’t pay for better. According to the maps, it is not inside Gifford Pinchot National Forest. I have a 40-foot skoolie and a Beetle toad, and there’s room for 10 more like me. Was able to turn around in the parking lot without backing up. I stayed in the gravel part overnight with zero issues. No cell signal for me at all, but starlink works great.
It is slightly slanted no matter where you are, so bring wedges or blocks and please don’t abuse!!!!
|Elk Rock Viewpoint||46.29481, -122.34166|
supermarket is in front of this hotel and a Cafe is next door..close to the plaza and restaurants
|Hotel Casobara||11.16118, -72.59105|
NOTE: showers etc are not open until May 26, the start of the official season. I stopped in on May 25 to do some hiking in Rocky Mtn before needing to buy a season permit and was informed that showering wouldn’t be available till the following day
|Meeker Park Lodge||40.23448, -105.53023|
Awesome view of longs peak. Briefly rained before I got in but the dirt road seemed fine, could’ve definitely been worse after a night of storms though. The last 50-100 yards up the hill are rocky and rough on the hydraulics but there’s good trails and seclusion to be found
|Edge of Roosevelt NF||40.23478, -105.50020|
Take the most west road from hwy 40. that was is better. en in good shape for our 24ft camper. A lot of trash around the spot.
|BLM Land - Blue Mtn Plateau||40.30521, -109.12525|
$7 for a dorm room, $8 for a private room with shared bathroom. Easy choice. They asked for $10 but I showed them it was cheaper on booking.com. Decent WiFi, basic but clean room.
|Hotel Valle Segrado||-4.26078, -79.22335|
like the description says! total solitude. we went further up the road than this spot for an even better view. high clearance needed once gravel road ends.
|amazing views... total solitude||44.51105, -108.66394|
Exactly like described above. We arrived late and left early. Loved that it was right in the forrest, but still close to the entrance.
|Kaibab National Forest||35.98740, -112.13381|
Yup. Standard Walmart. Stayed the night here. All good.
Nice spot for the night and part of the day. Little creek close to one of the fire rings. Could easily fit 2-3 rigs separated. Large area, easy to get to. A bit of trash, I picked up most of it. I watched a forest services person dump a large trailer of yard waist in the area. Kinda weird but it has been mostly quiet.
|Large Pullout/Dirt Lot||43.46956, -123.31548|
camped on the grassy area, place for 2 vans or some tents. the waterfall is a half hour walk, small and smooth area. from the campsite you hardley can see the lake. beautifull area and nice people. simple but clean spot.
|Las Margaritas||1.13133, -77.12983|
Nothing else around here, so a reasonable place to stop and overnight.
|Wanberra Rd Wayside||-33.82465, 142.25938|
Definitely a nice break, when your passing this point. We didn’t have to pay an entry fee, and there was no guide. But we could explore everything by ourselves. They have toilets as well, a big parking lot with a cafeteria close to it.
|First Church of Ecuador (1534)||-1.72374, -78.76260|
We were on our way to another spot and found this one by accident. It’s a relatively big gravel plateau above the road. Depending of your size of vehicle and the area you choose to park, you might be invisible from the street. We really liked the view and parked closer to the edge. Until 9pm cars where regularly passing by, after that it slowed down. And as soon as E35 is repaired, there will be probably less traffic on E487. And not sure if it’s always like this, but it was only a bit windy, nothing bad. Cellular signal (claro) isn’t strong (mainly E, sometimes 3G).
|Flat Plateau above the road with nice view||-1.75031, -78.80095|
Lovely place in Jaibalito for the view and the ambience. Food was excellent. The owner was a great host and her staff were attentive. I had a great Old Fashion cocktail, and the smoothies were tasty as well. We took a water taxi back from here to our stay at Pasajcap.
Took a tuk tuk to Lomas de Tzununá restaurant and hiked to Jaibalito from there. (You can’t drive to this spot.)
|El Indigo||14.56076, -90.72923|
This was nice! Saw lots of wildlife. Families camping nearby were kind. The lake is stunning. I slept very well car camping and would stay here again!
|Elk Rock State Park||41.39918, -93.08836|
|For The Love Of Kate||
How do Mosquitoes get so big but find their way into everything!?! The lake is beautiful, the area is beautiful, this spot is wonderful!
|Lakesite place (Across rest area)||60.38131, -133.77797|
A large paved parking lot next to the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium. We asked inside if overnights were permitted and they said “yes” and that vans and RVs park here all the time. Also, there are no signs that say “no parking overnight.”
Suggest that you park away from the rivers edge as people like to sit there and play music in the evening. Also, trains will start running and blowing their horn at 6:30AM. I did not hear any horns during the night however.
Public flush toilets nearby.
|Mississippi Museum River Parking Lot||42.49535, -90.65833|
Very close to highway. Pass the utility area thats fenced in you’ll find several level campgrounds next to some juniper trees.
|Nice spot off highway||41.76481, -121.30779|