Portapotty restroom. Clean overgrown primative camping. It is in the middle of a city but quiet.
|Exploring Limits Wilderness Retreat||41.12222, -80.63154|
As previously reported. Nice campground with large open spaces and water hookup. Pit toilets are clean. No Verizon. Good AT&T. $10 per night.
Note that I had my LED light on in my camper after dark and the door open with bug screen closed. A 1000 very little flies got inside my camper. Be warned. Certain times of year there are tons of little flies.
|Conchas Lake South Recreation Area||35.37746, -104.18999|
Park with beautiful waterfalls! Definitely worth visiting! It’s a easy walk to the first waterfall with is already beautiful! From there you can walk uphill. If you turn left at some point you will find a red warningsign that leads you to a beautiful view on the biggest waterfall. If you walk uphill until you can’t go any further you will find the river where you can walk uphill through the river with small pools!
No entrance fee and dogs are allowed!
|Parque Estadual do Vale do Codo||-24.26674, -49.69602|
I spent one night here and was no bothered, it was a Friday night so there was some noise but other than that very peaceful.
|Canyon Point Free Parking||40.01579, -105.28525|
We parked on the other side of the road, close to the building named Hosteria on the map. There was a lot of traffic on the road as the pass had been closed for several days because of snow. However, we could sleep very quiet and didn’t hear the trucks or cars.
Nous nous sommes garé de l’autre côté de la route à côté du bâtiment indiqué Hosteria sur la carte. Il y avait beaucoup de trafic sur la route étant donné que le col avait été fermé plusieurs jours à cause de la neige. Néanmoins, nous avons très bien dormi sans entendre le bruit des voitures ni des camions.
|Car Park||-32.84008, -69.84348|
We spent one night here, parked on top of the hill to not be right next the road. Still you can hear the cars but it’s calmer at night. The camping area is very pretty and well maintained. Clean bathroom and showers. Very friendly staff.
|Vaguara Camping - Hostel - Cabañas Mocoa||1.08272, -76.72894|
the guy running the place is very friendly. rooms for 8000 with bathroom, 6000 and 4000. not in the best shape the rooms but fine for a night.
|‘Awesome Lodge’||-13.43698, 33.38398|
As described. Free water.
|Martha Creek Provincial Park||51.14815, -118.20049|
On the riverside of the road (other side of kiosco) you see four little shelters connect to eachother without a roof. (Don’t know what it has been) One of those spots fits a 2p tent. Super protected from the wind. We used another for storing the bikes and a third for cooking an a fire (suggested by a guy with cows that came by and even came back later with some wood)
|Protected tent wildcamp||-22.96721, -65.43591|
I uploaded some pictures. And the remark to not forget to ask for permission at Augustin from the kiosco to put your tent here :)
|Protected tent wildcamp||-22.96723, -65.43584|
Visit of the ruta de la seda. Local silk farm
|seda natural||2.35405, -76.68548|
We paid 280 for 2 people. The place looks abandoned and run down (its for sell and looks like the owners are letting it go) but its ok for a night or even 2. Power available and multiple braii options. Sites are not really defined (you park where the braiis are i guess) but there is a lot of space available so its private enough. We really liked it. Its a beautiful little place in a beautiful little village in a beautiful little valley ! Small Spar in town and a few restaurant/café/pub.
|Olienhof Restcamp||-33.21875, 22.03628|
Stationnement gratuit à partir de 19h à 8h am. La fds=gratuit. Au centre des attraits touristiques de Fredericton. Tout se fait à pied, piste cyclable , skate park à proximité ainsi que le fleuve St-Jean.
|Library Parking||45.89554, -65.89695|
I was going to spend the night at the Hot Spring's overflow area, but I'm so glad I decided to take a look at the nearby boondocking options, this spot is a million times better! It's far enough from the road that you only hear some noise from a distance, the river is very wide and in spring it's full and running fast - I don't think any bears would go for a swim at this time of the year. There are beautiful purple fowers blooming all over the place, birds singing and I'm glad I didn't run into any wildlife at this spot. There was a herd of bison resting on the other side of the road, though. The access from the airstrip is narrow but was enough for my 2.5m wide camper. It's my favorite spot on the Alaska Highway so far.
|Liard River||59.51643, -126.37316|
The campground was full when I arrived, and they offered the overflow area across the road, it's just a big gravel parking lot right on the road with many RVs. I'm glad I checked the nearby wild camping sites as I found a gorgeous spot 19km west, right on the river and with hardly any highway noise.
|Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park||59.42723, -126.10371|
Wow! So delicious and affordable. Typical Tico food with lots of options, vegetarian options, good service, English menu. 3800C for all types of Casado plates that include real fruit juice drinks. Big portions. Parking on street easy by using app on signs and paying 340C per half hour. Also paid parking lots around.
|Soda y Restaurante La Cosecha||10.32282, -84.42987|
Monumento del Pueblo Puntano ( paso de San Martin )
|Turismo informacion||-32.59116, -66.12728|
Great restaurant! 4800 for a picada to share, fantastic food!
|La Casona||-23.62692, -65.40857|
Parking near the river Main. Restaurant and park nearby.
|Restaurant Main Haus||49.76781, 9.95366|
Little turn around by a pond. On a road that ends with gated field
|Turn around with a pond||40.07970, -81.15775|
This is a one-spot parking for rigs of 24 feet and less. It is located on a private property. The owner lives there full time so you can call ot text at +52-333-127-0273 or Canadian phone number 438-738-0729 one hour before just to make sure there is space. There is wifi service. You will have access to a washing machine, Private full bathroom only for you. There is a hook up dumping station and there is a 50 Volt plug. So if you need a few days to relax and plan for the next trip this is the place to be. You will be surrounded by passion fruit plants, banana trees, Lime, avocado. You have enough space to put out your BBQ outside as there is a huge counter and sink you can use. The owner is very discrete yet very friendly.
|Casa Maracuya||20.36103, -103.19639|
Waterfall is OK but the road itself is stunning ! We hardly recommend doing the loop Oudtshoorn -> Prins Albert -> Oudtshoorn. Make sure you use the Swartberg Pass AND this road ! Amazing scenery both way !
|Meringpoort Waterfall||-33.40782, 22.55820|
Spent a night with my two little kids, fished, fire pit. Desiring weather should spend a whole weekend here or explore other places
|Turn around with a pond||40.07966, -81.15762|
Short trail of 800m or so to an interesting ruined building covered in paintings, with a view out over the coast. Takes you through the jungle; I went for sunset and saw lizards, monkeys, motmots, lots of toucans.. A few other people mooching around taking in the view and walking dogs.
This point is a hotel at the start of the trail; drivable to here but there's nowhere really to park and turning is tricky. Instead park at the little shady carpark by the main road, or on a side street below. You may or may not be asked for 2000 colones to enter, depending on whether there's anybody around. Watch out for mountain bikers descending at speed. Nice little excursion!
|Mirador El Miro||9.59826, -84.61701|
I drove up early, on the way I met the guy in charge of the gate. He told me the gate was very locked and gave me the key for the lock. When I drove back I met him again and he asked me for 10 Sol. It looks like the gate is locked at night. Nice day trip by motorbike from Huarez. I think it would not be a problem to carry the equipment to the lake and camp there.
|Refugio Llaca||-9.53037, -77.52641|
Still free to dump. No potable water available, as the spigots are just next to the dumping station. We even asked the employees and they strongly advised not to drink the water. You have to get the key for non potable water inside the store.
We stopped here because we had issues with one of our tires ! As we parked he came out checked everything and helped us out from there ! Highly recommended
|Gomeria Gran Prix - tire service||-24.20654, -65.28373|
The space is pretty nice. It's agood place to cool off on a hot day. The wifi is kind of slow though. And, it won't let me use a vpn.
|Castlegar Library||49.32656, -117.66320|
Home of the annual June Jam Fest. Festival Grounds. Private Land. Listing this spot to help gain a frame of reference to other locations on the map open for dispersed camping near this site.
|Playa Ponderosa (June Jam Festival Grounds)||34.98989, -111.57592|
Small campsite in town park. 7 RV sites with hookups. Toilets with shower.
|Hazelton Park||46.48401, -100.28100|