When? Who? Comment Place Location

Road washed out. We walked the first mile, awesome large flat spot at one mile.
Would be passable with high clearance 4x4, but not recommended with 2wd currently.

Daylight Pass Road 36.75054, -116.93652

Reception says they definitely stopped hosting campers.

Maya Bell Campground 17.48752, -92.03856

A great spot to park and next day visit San Pelhorinho or to park and get super drunk at the numerous bars at Alem do Carmo, and get back to you home sweet home at safe walking distance. Feels super safe, nice view. “Yolo”cafe it’s sort of pricey but has good bites and great internet. (Soseviveumavez)

Largo Santo Antônio além do Carmo -12.96298, -38.50353

Nice and quite place along the small river with many barbecues. Some facilities as food shops and small restaurants and bars in this quite village. Around the Village walk like the Cero Colorado climbing. We were there during the low season, we dont know how it is during the high season.

Cerro Colorado -30.09640, -63.93044
Petra Schaftenaar

Good location near town, nice staff, separate places for motorhomes and tents. Cheap. 1000 for two people and a motorhome for a night. Showers weren’t really hot en toilets a bit worn down. But we’ve seen worse where we had to pay more.

Camping Municipal Malargüe -35.46908, -69.59171

I becoming a fan of these clean rest stops. If you are well prepared for food and staples, then these stops are great. Walmarts are good but there's lots of people coming and going. This spot has highway noise but with lots of green space to stretch out, even with your dog, I'd say this os better. The whole place is well lit and safe.

Sallisaw Rest Area. East Bound I40 35.40617, -94.68113

-Great facility.
-Hot water.
-No time limit (be fair).
-1 “accessible” stall with chair.
-They have shampoo etc if you need it. Ask at front desk or use the soap in the stall.

$3 for a shower.
They require photo ID.

May have room for big rigs depending on that day.

YMCA 43.97348, -78.18647

Just another spot in the Inyo National forest. Seems like there is a lot of people who disperse camp out here. I took the first site I could find. Fire pit and level if you don’t drive up the hill. 1 bar Verizon and 1 bar TMobile home internet. Texting is fine but anything else is slowwww

Another in INYO forest 37.33449, -118.52828

Please avoid camping there.... If you do try to arrive late and leave early. If not there are few other spots not very far from RR!

Red Rock Canyon Road 36.14993, -115.37143

Very good water pressure, started very hot but got colder at the end.
And when I left I discovered a dry sauna in the mens locker room. If only I had known before taking a shower.

Club West Fitness Center 47.60600, -120.65692

It is a big parking next to the road, but not very level. The road was busy until about 10pm.

Ponderosa Community Trailhead Parking 47.74479, -120.65934

a bit noisy. but should be ok if wear earplugs.
well lit. many cars/vans parked at both Cracker Barrel and Walmart

Cracker Barrel 38.96269, -78.19038
Mueller Klaus

the best place in town for motorhome and tents. clean and heated bath and toilets.
absolutly worth the price ( 6000 ppn cash, 7000 ppn cards).

Camping El Relincho -49.32539, -72.88899

This area is full of bee hives! Someone is keeping bees here. I know this sounds like a joke but I'm not kidding! Bizarre.

Holdrige Road 32.73178, -115.27630

Esta rua fica atrás da rua principal de Trindade, onde se localiza o posto de saúde. Local permitido estacionar, tranquilo, próximo de tudo. Porém, não tem água nem energia, mas há ducha para banho grátis, da associação de moradores, a 50m. Muitos motorhomes estacionam neste local. Neste dia tinham 3 Kombi estacionadas, uma delas a 1 semana.

Praia do Rancho -23.35140, -44.72336

Random hot springs. lol
we followed the directions, but missed it somehow and ended up going thru the cattle gate. when we got there we walked over, put the plug in and walked back to make dinner. went back, and the tub was too cold for my blood. hubby was fine. probably around 95-99 ish. only soaked for about 15 minutes. decided to go to bed and let the source water work it's magic. this am, maybe about 99. the source is definitely warmer but piping was too far from it. beautiful, clean.

we cleaned and drained for the next person

Bartine Hot Springs 39.55807, -116.36112

Super busy rest stop, thus lots of road noise. But felt safe for one night.

i-95 Mile 220 SB Rest Stop 28.70857, -80.88764

estación de servicios con duchas pagas y muy limpia.

km 139.500 -33.73359, -56.32169

Pull off right on old highway 89. 2 bars Verizon.

Riverside #2 37.62144, -112.45661

As others mentioned, bumpy road going in but made it fine with our low clearance 2wd van. Lots of campers here and decent cell service. Nice and close proximity to Zion.

BLM LaVerkin 37.20576, -113.24175

Camping completo por 800 pesos o motorhome. Ótima opção!

Camping Municipal . General San Martin -31.36105, -64.26312

Fantastic and íknowledgeable as everyone has said. He makes the process incredibly clear. I wanted to add a picture.

Veterinaria Clinica 11.43754, -85.82865
Fish and Kitty

Large, clean laundromat with various front-loading washer sizes and big industrial-sized dryers. Uses a card system: you pay $5 up-front for a card with $2 loaded (the other $3 is a deposit for the card), and you can add additional funds as needed. Washers are modern and range from $3-9/load depending on size. Dryers are $0.45 for each 7 minute increment. The remaining balance and the $3 deposit are refundable with a big caveat: you can get only a maximum of $5 back. So be careful and don’t overload your card. Detergent, dryer sheets, and other incidentals are also available for purchase.

Grande Laundry Place 33.14216, -117.20117

We reserved the tour with Solo Expediciones (112 USD per person) but they cancelled due to weather conditions on the day before. Then we tried to go on the next day but they said they are full on that day. Finally they said we can go, but the tour is still not sure to happen due to weather.

Communication is quite poor from their side and it is very weather dependent. You can try going, but just remember there is high chance it won’t happen… we also read some blogs where they said the whole boat was vomiting on the way back haha

Well anyway, we will try to see penguins in Puerto Madryn area in Argentina instead

Isla Magdalena - monumental natural los pinguinos -52.91994, -70.57140

Between the park and the police station. almost level, a lot of light but the park is very nice. at one corner is a very clean dixy toilet. quiet at night.

Moguegua -17.18218, -70.89966

They still here! wonderfull. thousends.... a bit far away but beautifull

Flamingos -16.83440, -70.07285

Great place to over night. We parked off to the side of the overpass. There was some road noise but had no problem sleeping through it.

Keith road 49.33425, -123.11899
Guy Giesa-Wilson

This was a really great area to camp. I didn't feel comfortable in the exposed spot right on the road, so I rode my motorcycle a bit into a pasture just a few meters to the west and set up camp there. It dumped rain in the middle of the night but the sun was out again in the morning and the mist rolling through the forest and valley as I was getting camp packed up was spectacular.

Canyon Apurimac -13.33678, -73.24788
Guy Giesa-Wilson

Rode through here and picked up on a strange and unfriendly vibe from the locals so decided to continue on and camp rather than stay at the hotel. I can confirm that the hotel is still in operation but I didn't see any of the rooms. The camping spot 20 miles up the road was great though.

Hostal Cusco -13.41064, -73.16089

If you look at the satellite image you can see there's parking by the semi in the back. I stayed there because you can't hear the traffic, only idling semis which I prefer. Also you're not right near the bathrooms so people aren't pulling up next to you playing music etc.

Gold Run Rest Area 39.18005, -120.85042

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