Check-Ins

When? Who? Comment Place Location
appallingwilliam85

stayed the night unbothered. sedan accessible. good views. bald spot on top of a mountain, therefore is exposed to the elements. plenty of good spots to choose.

White Top Mountain 36.63585, -81.60425
elatedbirdhouse03

Stayed here one night. No “no” signs. Fog horn that you hear in the distance, goes off every couple seconds, but not too loud. Exposed spot on a hillside so we got some howling winds.
Stayed on a Saturday night and it was busy! Lots of people driving up even at night, playing music from their cars. Died down probably around midnight.

Gorgeous views were absolutely worth it

Golden Gate Lookout 37.82878, -122.48613
andrewdboggs

Camping here is closed until August 2024 as per their website.

Medoc Mountain State Park 36.27264, -77.88986
salustiano

Local limpo, seguro, com guarda a noite. Fornecem energia elétrica e água. Tem local para escoar detritos.

Engenho Lanches -28.07364, -48.71362
bettinadownunder

Great Campground. Reservation and payment now required on Reservation.gov, no payment on site possible

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument 31.93986, -112.81227
m.m.e.gonecamping

Very nice RV park. Couple of things make being here a bit difficult. They no longer have a phone. The only contact is email [email protected] and you have to wait awhile before you get an answer. The office is rarely manned but searching the boat storage will lead you to either Raul or Jesus who will direct you to a site. Even though Passport America claims that they are members, this is not true so you pay the $20 per regardless. Lots of showers but we could not find one with hot water. Did not look for WiFi. 2 bars ATT. Sites are all roofed to keep the sun off and all have patios. Power is fine. Unless you fish, there's not much going on in town.

Kino Bay RV Park 28.86014, -112.02492
convenientgarbage86

rode up past through the railway up through to the gate pretty late at night. round 10. roads up were dry but some of them were dug in pretty deep so be careful. great night. can see so many stars out here and a nice morning view

County Rd CH 6 43.80770, -101.56167
greasycommunicant29

As described, large sites with firepits and benches. Showers are hot and clean, also a room for laundry.

Please take care of „sergeant whiskers“ the stray orange cat. For some food and water you will get back a lot of love!

Sequoia RV camp 36.75545, -119.16581
kalliesmission.com

easy overnight. flat spots and nice staff. many other vans stayed. street noise but that doesn't bother me, especially since you aren't gonna escape it in greater Phoenix

Cracker Barrel 33.46003, -112.35733
toxice-reader34

An excellent Auberge. Rooms, or park your RV or use a tent. Wi-Fi near the main building, hot showers and clean toilets and laundry. The host is friendly and helpful. A beautiful oasis which was peaceful and well shaded. I paid 100 Dirham per night for one person, one motorbike and one tent. A great place to stay.

Auberge Camping Le Lac 31.55412, -5.58495
roundaboutwest

Great tranquil spot within walking distance to the archeological park. Paid 35000 p nt for 2 people. Wonderful hot shower and a kitchen that can be used. Pablo is a great host and we loved the dogs.

Camping La Cumbre Del Macizo 1.89008, -76.28423
RdamNatas Panamericana NL

This place is permanently closed.

Waira refugio de la cocha 1.11607, -77.16841
black_snail_travel

We had a hard time to find this place but it was worth it!
Google map directed us to La Adjuntas where the highway 40D crosses with highway 40. Not totally wrong since there is a narrow dirt road on the left end side with a sign to the Parque, but it is a 2km on a very bad rocky road. Took us 30 minutes to reach the reception. There is another much easier and shorter entrance way from the 40D located at (23.7205414, -105.5057796). You can pull off the hwy just before (west of) the overpass and turn sharp right (south), then it’s only about 100 m before you see the Parque.
Now 220 pesos per person, they didn’t ask anything for the dog (but we also didn’t mention it at the check-in…)

Parque La Pirámide 23.72050, -105.50577
andrealoboaraujo

Quite nice place to visit, we also spent the night. Full of stars and no noise at all :)

Remok Castle 30.46898, 57.73494
km1quilt

This place is permanently closed.

Love’s 36.95179, -80.88251
76kato

This place is permanently closed.

Abandoned Copec -46.53635, -71.73135
76kato

They have also a fancy apart-hotel with 8 apartments at the water side. Very clean, fast WiFi, well equipped kitchen, with appliances. Good hot shower, the manager the manager speaks good english. We stayed her 10 days to recover from a motorcycle accident. Felt a bit like home. Paid: 67.000 for two.

Costanero Resto -46.53621, -71.73114
homelesshuman77

Quiet and clean place, with private bathrooms with hot water, with roofs for camping.

Refugio del Chucao Chiloe -42.36955, -73.74126
Apenas por Aí

This place is permanently closed.

Goiás Trailer -16.74970, -49.32500
IG:opusonthemove

If you drive a few hundred meters down the side road in the wash there are some nice spots to be out of the wash as well as out of sight of the main road. 4x4 recommended and probably a bad idea in wet season.

Rest at 3.850m -21.41903, -65.99915
En Bici Van 🚲🚲🚌

We spent the night in this beautiful spot. take care of the tide ( check wind guru or any other app) cause the water can reach the path in 3/4 HS during the night.
we asked locals and they told us it's not allowed to sleep here. but as it was out of season we had no problem.

Punta perdices -40.78313, -64.84357
delightedstore00

Perenoitamos na Rua Reinaldo Bertoluci - muito tranquila e bem calma. Não passam muitos carros. Só pode estacionar de um lado da rua. Tem banheiros no parque (lago). Fomos à pé no Mini-mundo, rua coberta e lago negro. Muito boa a localização.

Lago Joaquina Rita Bier -29.38565, -50.87657
donde.nos.lleve

Camping is not free. They charge 2000 pesos ( 2 dollar) per day for the motorhome. nov 2023. The bathrooms are good. But the facilities are deteriorated. Very abandoned. No WiFi

Villa Hernandarias -31.23028, -59.99271
sven

This place is permanently closed.

BLM Glen Canyon Dam 36.93671, -111.49773
info

fairly quiet, nice store no signs banning RV. Thanks Walmart

Walmart Jasper 30.90687, -94.01567
markus.dreifuss

This place is permanently closed.

Carlita's Casitas and Campground 24.09980, -110.42415
desmith755

Camping is available with electric and water for $15 Sun-Thurs. public bathrooms are pretty gross. Other than that it’s a nice park. The railway is close so trains go by frequently.

Pampa Recreation Park 35.53742, -100.93319
enrico.goetsch

Fantastic campsite with direct access (800 m) to the entrance to the waterfalls and then directly in the nature reserve.

Iguassu Eco Hostel -25.60903, -54.47964
remarkableinnervation84

Perfect spot if you need no amenities. Large dirt lot directly behind the fire station. Bridge was narrow and not at all lit at night but my van made it no problem; wouldn’t recommend a larger RV try especially at night. A few other vans comfortably spaced apart, very quiet. Excellent spot if you don’t need anything but peace and quiet in a safe spot.

Parking Lot - Fire Station 37.53361, -122.23961
ldpubs

As of 11/19/23 there is an official sign saying “no overnight stay”. There wasn’t anyone camping anywhere around the pond, while it was mega-packed last year when I camped there. So should be marked as closed.

Fortuna Pond, BLM 32.72418, -114.45294

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