We camped in the non-electric sites here. Had to book online ahead of time. Need state park sticker or day pass to enter. It was about $30 a night. The sandy bottom is probably nice for tent campers, but it was so dry and dusty and mixed with ash from the fire pit being moved around. I’ve never been so dirty in my life. The electric sites looked a little less dirty (more mulch).
The showers were alright. Older but clean and have hot water. The kayaking is amazing and there are hiking trails that are on some nice hills but nothing super steep.
|Mirror Lake State Park||43.56517, -89.80238|
The kind owner let us camp here, it’s an old station but is now a tienda. Concrete area with roof. Tap for water , WiFi, cafe nearby , quiet apart from the dogs and the cockerels!
|Estacion Potosi||3.38822, -75.17040|
|Don Van Nostrand||
small rocky/gravel drive to a small stream. backed in and spent one night. clean/quiet with some road noise which is to be expected since you are at the confluence of two roads. I am in a 19ft camper van. Nice little place.
|Pull off - Martin Road||48.48212, -121.59178|
Not sure which crazy person put this on Overlander. No camping option and $150/night.
|Casa de Hacienda La Jimenita||-0.23476, -78.34955|
Gate was locked, no-one answered the bell and no sign outside. I moved on.
|Arie's cabins||-0.21601, -78.36101|
Stayed here 3 nights. It was fully booked out, so we stayed in their extra parking spots with no hookups. 40 bucks a night.
|Moab Rim RV Campground||38.54336, -109.51951|
Safe and suitable place to park and sleep for the night, pretty much anywhere along the beach. Police pass by now and then. Some live music at the kiosks but didn’t go too late. No bathrooms, wifi or running water.
|praia Itanhaém bopiranga||-24.22298, -46.85447|
Nice little spot for over night. Some road noise, nice and clean.
|Jackman Flats Park||52.93104, -119.37213|
Overall - quiet and isolated spot good for a few nights.
|Kalaloch Creek Site #3||47.61347, -124.36490|
I'd say it was the best Municipal Campground we've been to so far. Very well maintained and clean bathrooms. 1500 Pesos (2,90€) for two persons and a Landcruiser.
|Camping Municipal||-30.95083, -58.76981|
Several no overnight parking signs present. Was told by a man with an RV here that he had spoken to the general manager at this location, that they will be fining overnighters and that it is not permitted to sleep here. Decided to take a chance as there were many other vans rvs etc. no issues but may not be for long.
|Cracker Barrel||40.69900, -111.95112|
Cool lil spot on the water. Only room for @4 vans along the lil jetty road here. Right on the road but people drive super slow so no worries. I had a good sleep
|Pier pull off||41.74613, -124.20008|
You have privacy behind the gravel mound. We were the only one’s here Friday night on Memorial weekend. It was very quiet. Woke up to fresh snow on the ground.
|Close to the Dalton highway||69.42313, -148.69271|
Very easy border crossing. It looks and works almost exactly as the border from Ghana into Togo (north of Lomo).
Coming from Togo, there is a small tin shack on the right where they note your vehicle details coming in.
When entering the main site the signs are not overly clear but staff are friendly and help to show you where to go. Park up under the roofed area, right by the counters. Ignore the fixers, this is very easy.
There's a counter for passports for Togo and another for Benin. We gave the chap a print out of our e-visa and he stamped our passport and gave the printouts back.
There's another counter next to it for Benin police to register your vehicle in.
As for the carnet, it is stamped out for Togo via a counter to the right with a sign up about laisser passer. For Benin, head over to the large building behind where the lorries are. Head up the steps and to the left. Find the office for the Chef Piste who stamps the carnet.
|Benin/Togo border||6.24079, 1.63136|
We arrived in the night. The offroad was doable with Honda Africa Twin and Royal Enfield Himalayan. We camped a little off the road. It was silend and almost flat. Lots of wind when we stayed there.
|completely hidden spot for small tent||35.13442, 50.93053|
Simplistic but beautiful overall. Very level sites. No lighting at night. Bathrooms have no hand sanitizer or anything so plan ahead. $5 on reservation.gov BUT $8 additional fee. Well maintained and decent trails close
|Brick House Campground||34.44843, -81.70710|
Nice relaxed place with good food and great drinks
|Maua Cafe, restaurant and Information||-8.89145, 33.44514|
Great spot - flat quiet - easy in and out
|Sign Forest - Watson Lake||60.06408, -128.71236|
Stayed for 1 night, beautiful swim spot and nice flat grassed sites, picnic tables and fire pits. one of the better spots in the area. got absolutely eaten alive by mozzies.
|Chubb Lake Campground||53.28116, -122.56819|
Walmart Grand Falls. Park at point between Walmart and Sobeys where dirt bank is. Good spot and Walmart team very friendly. Level, quiet and any size rig.
Amazing place in a meadow above Murol with a view to the volcanos of Monts Dore. It's at a dead end road, just the farmer drove by and waved with a smile. Gras, firewood, just beautiful.
|Volcano View||45.59172, 2.94636|
We spent 3 nights here. It’s a nice neighbourhood with lots of restaurants around. Lots of locals in the park in the morning so you’ll likely to get attention but not too much.
|Parque La Floresta||6.25573, -75.60198|
Excellent place if you have an Iveco. They have all types of trucks in the system.
|Listo Big Garage||6.24844, -75.58273|
Right next to the air. Right after the entrance on the right
|Easy access water tap at Primax Station||6.11392, -75.63036|
Não é um camping, mas um espaço de lazer com piscina, banheiro e duchas. Banheiros e duchas não muito limpos, mas usáveis. Pagamos 1800 pesos para 2 pessoas e o carro com barraca de teto.
|camping suetra||-24.37063, -65.09886|
Difficult gravel track to access, beware if 2 wheel drive and raining! This is the location of the single compost toilet and not at the wild camping 0.9 miles away. Room to park small RVs. Really quiet.
|Bogachiel River Trail head||47.88201, -124.27549|
As described. Took road 15 at fork. Multiple sites many with some cell. Ticks and black flies are relentless, mosquitoes take the evening shift.
|York Pond Road National Forest, Jericho NH||44.48763, -71.30160|
a nice pull off on this mountain side-road overlooking mountains, trees, stream, and a little waterfall. beautiful spot near trails. we camped there for a night.
|Gravel Pull off near stream||38.79920, -120.23727|
Turn off on the north side of Porcupine Creek bridge. The dirt road leads to a wide open area about .5miles off the Alaska Highway. Clearly people have camped here as evidenced by the numerous rock fire rings.
|Porcupine Creek||60.07277, -130.84507|
spent two nights memorial Day long weekend so very busy and becoming a popular spot as close as possible to Yosemite that's still free because wild camping in Yosemite isn't allowed, if staying on weekend get there early evening to avoid disappointment, merced River is pumping so lots of rushing water noise and occasional late night honkers, still convenient spot for day hikes in Yosemite, patchy reception (T-Mobile)
|Yosemite Sign Camp Pull Off||37.67916, -119.76031|