When? Who? Comment Place Location

It’s starting to have a bit of a weird vibe here. Quite a few campsites occupied by ‘unhoused’ folks, bathrooms are grubby, not sure if the 14-day limit is being enforced. There is a nice campground host, and we camped in one of the first few campsites when you come in, which felt quite safe.

White Spar NF campground 34.50602, -112.47795

Several rv parking sites in back of lot.
I got here early and no one else is here.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 35.19436, -101.81119

Yousef, a third generation Land Rover mechanic changed our clutch in record time. The mechanics are all from the same family and helped with all our car issues. The garage is the home of all the Casablanca landrover fanatics and it looks like they can fix anything. I would highly recommend this family of mechanics.

Garage Halif 33.60304, -7.61935
Sommer im Winter

This place is permanently closed.

Posada Casamatamora -34.44131, -57.69338

This camp ground is flooded out from all the rain. I wouldn't count on camping here for another 2 weeks to one month

camping municipal free, Paysandu -32.30028, -58.09245

This place is permanently closed.

City Market Parking Lot 20.89858, -100.75185

I wasn't able to find this place.

Boynton Canyon Trailhead 34.54445, -111.50918
[email protected]

Nous avons séjourné une nuit en RVLes places sont espacés face à l'océan. L'endroit est magnifique, nous étions les seuls.Immense plage, grande piscine et espace vert très bien entretenu. L'hôtel est isolé ce qui fait que la plage est propre, sans bruit donc immense plage rien que pour nous. 380 pesos pour la nuit, full hookupPour 2 adultes et 3 enfantsAttention a bien vous mettre d'accord de suite sur le prix. Un employé est revenu plus tard dans la soirée pour dire qu'il avait oublié de nous faire payer les enfants 100 pesos chacun. Nous avons refusé et donc payé que 380 pesos. Sincèrement c'est le plus beau camping que nous avons fait depuis notre arrivé au Mexique

Color Marino Hotel and RV Park 22.61243, -105.79139

The place, today, its close.

Camping Club Ina-Lauquen -41.03764, -62.81822

Lots of picnic tables. Huge camping area. No charge for camping, hot showers and clean toilets.

Balneario las cañas -33.16802, -58.35339

This place is permanently closed.

Calafate Beach Camp -50.32135, -72.26345
Athir Nuaimi

This place is permanently closed.

Kilimanjaro Backpackers Hotel -3.35629, 37.33999

Ficamos 4 semanas e e muito tranquilo ,somente nos finais de semana e que tem mais gente da cidade fizemos amizades com a cabana parmegiana praiao que nos deixou muito Seguro as barracas de praia tem pessoal muito bacana

Public parking Pajuçara beach / Tem que pagar -9.67250, -35.71618

A beautiful quiet spot for many cars, campervans, tents. Some locals arrive every now and then, but everyone seems very friendly. Saw some folks picking up trash from the beach. Overall, seems quite clean!
An hour before sunset saw seals and some massive birds (maybe condors).
There is some shelter from the wind between the bushes which are about 1-1.5 meters tall.

You will enjoy this place!

Mirador Contao -41.79907, -72.72664

Dry camping at its best. Plenty of room for 40ft fifth wheel, paved, with picnic tables and vault toilets. BLM campsite, $6/night or free for America the Beautiful Pass holders.

Sportsman’s Beach 38.68969, -118.76917

Arrived around 530pm with plenty of street parking. signs say no parking during stadium event. there are porta potties around but they are locked. restrooms in Bridge Building was locked but I presume they'll be open during business hours. some street noise and pedestrians talking throughout night but overall great location to Broadway and FREE.

Titans Way (next to Stadium) 36.16442, -86.77256

Went in and asked customer service if we could say, she directed me to a young cashier who seemed surprised at being asked and gave a shrug and a "I don't think they'll care, I see vehicles out there all the time, should be fine." Weird but we had a peaceful night (besides all the normal Walmart noises). Nobody else stayed the night here with us.

Walmart 32.46165, -86.41623

Hidden parking spot near a river surrounded by lupin flowers. Turn to this spot BEFORE the bridge if you are coming from Taupo.

Lupin parking -37.71219, 176.05571
Must Hike Must Eat

Conditions are the same as previous reviews, I stayed in my SUV. Like mentioned, it is smoky inside and just using the bathroom the odor stayed with me in the car for a while. Very nice staff and so close to JT north entrance. Beat my attempt at the BLM land on the other side.

Tortoise Rock Casino - Twentynine Palms 34.12037, -116.05052

I have a room available in my 2 bedroom house and I also have a school bus with a queen sized bed for rent.
I’m a bit of an artist so the place is very cozy and quirky!
Hot shower, cold fridge and stove top available. I have electricity so no worries about draining power.
Ocean view and only a 15 min walk to the surf break.
The gringo’s favorite bar Shaka’s is just a short walk away.
The bedroom has its own entrance from the patio. Secured gated parking. The school bus is also behind secured gated parking. It’s a bit of an art bus with flowers and butterflies Beautiful sunsets views.
1400 pesos a night
Please contact +52-612-136-6529 or [email protected] for enquiries.

Room with a view! 23.34436, -110.16951

Found this spot via Google maps satellite view while looking for some trees. Drive to the end of the village and up to the dam. Drive down on the other end of the dam and you'll end up on the dried up bottom of a lake (so don't go here in wet conditions, can be very muddy). Drive across the lake and find your spot amongst the vegetation. This particular spot is in a small ditch where your perfectly sheltered against the wind. Heard coyotes/wolves at night.

Decent internet reception with Irancell.

Hidden and sheltered ditch 28.68734, 53.60944

Lugar legal para passeio em parque, nao ha churrasqueiras mas ha banheiros disponivels em alguns pontos, alem de campo de futebol, pista de skate lanchonetes, entre outros. e area para descanso.

Aeroparque -25.54562, -48.53693

Overnight camping parking in large paddock (free or gold coin donation). Toilets available in pub when open (outside portaloo tends to be locked),access to beach, bins available, No showers, No water.

Dunalley hotel -42.89422, 147.80578

Filled up our gas bottles here. Looks like a fairly new facility

Caligas Station 23.68042, -109.71174
Chris Pettinger

Amazing State Park. $30/night. Fully reserved all the time. Book ahead and enjoy hikes along the shoreline.

Cattail Cove State Park 34.35321, -114.16768
Des routes & nous

Not possible to camp anymore. There is big sign at the entrance and in the wadi saying that it's prohibited to camp.

The drive is very nice and the walk on the left side is beautiful. Lot of little pools to have a bath.

Very busy when we where there. Couldn't park at the end. Better to stop at the little plateau on the right side just before the end of the track and walk.

Nice Drive Through The Wadi Lajab 17.60325, 42.93363

Good campsite but a few large groups. Parked on the far side away from groups with view overlooking crater (through trees). Good clean facilities and hot shower. Zebra, buffalo and bush buck graze on the site in the evening - v habituated. Significantly colder up here though.

Public Campsite Simba A -3.22742, 35.49063

Still 3500T per person, rooms are clean and comfortable enough, WiFi is pretty painful but no Kcell/Activ signal at the port that I’ve found so it’ll do!
Still, the rooms are actually some of the best we have found at this price…
Not much to do at the port if you are waiting for a boat or weather, best to bring a book!

ABK hotel 43.16930, 51.44064
Up And Beyond

perfect and quiet place. Indoor climbing wall, dinner and lunch available.
Young and friendly climbers are running this awesome place.
Felt very well and rested 2 days

The Crashpad 28.36746, 77.18111

What you see is what you get. There are a few people here who appear to be in it for the long haul, as it were. Either people are being kinder and picking up after themselves or the area has been cleaned up recently, as there isn't really much trash to speak of. About 75% RVs and van lifers and 25% car camping/tents. There didn't appear to be obvious dispersed camping on the north side of the road, even though it is BLM as well.

Snyder Hill, West Side-Tucson, AZ 32.15774, -111.11582

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