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We were told by a local that there is an old cowboy who is a ‘shoot first as questions later’ kind of guy, so staying here is not recommended. We did not stay the night.

BLM pullout near highway 33.11655, -105.92499

We stayed there the night before we get in the Park. Really nice spot with a beautiful view! Cars are passing by, but quiet at night. Little bit windy, but okay!

Next to main road with amazing view! -51.21675, -72.96226

Beautiful and easy to access spot, close to Zion National Park. It rained the night we visited and the ground got very muddy, so we decided to stay another night till it dried out. We watched some folks try to leave while it was still raining, they got stuck a few times and seriously rutted the road. So keep the road nice and avoid driving here when wet!

BLM Virgin Dam Dispersed 37.20632, -113.24045

great place, easy to communicate in my limited Spanish. I thought I had 2 loads but they only charged me for 1, 150mx. it took 2hrs for everything. try and have exact change.

Lavandería la Rana 26.00838, -111.35020

great spot, they had a long hose that reached our tank, but we don't need attachments so not sure what they have. 28mx for 15gal. they filled some of our bottles too which was nice. very clean

Tabor aquaPura 26.01096, -111.34921

we stayed on the main place. easy to park for a big rig. free. quiet at night and safe. nice spot

Zocalo in Chiapa de Corzo 16.70833, -93.01772

Super nice veterinarian en El Salvador. Located in a richer area, local come here with their pure bread dogs. We came here to spade our rescued dog and they were really supportive and answered to our questions.

The main veterinarian “Pablo” speaks a little english.

They also do grooming and dog “daycare”

Veterinaria La Casa del Perro 13.68931, -89.24405

After driving around we finally found a parking with normal parking fees, or beter to say super cheap. Most asked us almost 2 euros per hour!!! Crazy! This guy asks 0.20 for the first hour and after that only 0.05 cents per hour.

Cheap guarded parking 29.61209, 52.53388

Not the nicest suburb of SLC but this parking lot was safe and quiet. I asked a Walmart employee and he said to park in the southern most row of the parking lot (near the gas pumps). He said it’s best to park in the brightest spots instead of the dark area around the back just so you don’t look sketchy. They don’t have “no overnight camping” signs and they have strong wifi available in the parking lot.

Everyone was nice, buy dinner and supplies from them to show support!

West valley city market 40.67006, -111.98811

Camping with a hostel atmosphere. The managers are cool. The pitches are not demarcated and not separated from other campers and the wifi is terrible, same in El Chaltén , the two downside for me. The common sanitary facilities are neat and new. Rather central. 13,000 pesos in cash

Camping El Relincho -49.32533, -72.88918

As described, it is 15000 per night. A small room, not well separated from neighbours. Mine had an open window, and I clearly heated all from other room.
The old lady is pleasant, showed me her garden and ... 8 filming cameras showing the street, the dining room, the entrance ...
She let me enter my bicycle in.
The kitchen is well equipped, you can cook your dinner, no problems. Water is drinkable. Shower hot and ok.

Alojamiento con pension completa -38.25035, -72.66416

free shower in the baños next to the restaurant. not sure if they're open 24h, but we stopped at the restaurant for lunch and they were.

servicentro el eden 16.10679, -89.37004

still here. just wave us. nothing bad just so down ;-)

Chisamba police checkpoint -15.01227, 28.19144

150pppn so we didnt stay. 10 the 500ml of milk on the road at the entrance.
also double rooms very expensive.

Kamfinsa Dairy Farm -12.91008, 28.33223

We spend one night here, shower was hot and the Refugio okay (no hot water for dishes though). Good wifi as well. 5000 clp per person.

We highly recommend the kayak tour with Jorge. It was beautiful, safe and fun. 35’000 clp per person (cheapest option we found).

Bellavista Hospedaje & Camping -46.62893, -72.67433

We had lunch there today, friendly atmosphere and staff, great family run restaurant. Ask for their specials of the day! Today they had milanesa of cordero, guanaco and porkloin in sweet and sour orange sauce. The guanaco milanesa was superbly prepared and very tasty. Servings are generous and prices reasonable.

Restaurante Naos -49.31177, -67.71623

We arrived at 10 pm and had to leave early in the morning. We slept inside our car. Neighbours just said hello in the morning. A good place by being inside a big city.

Camp Without structure -16.72036, -49.22798

Carrefull! When it’s wet (it snowed a bit this morning) the road is really bad. We reached the spot with our 4x4 high clearance but we left because we did not feel safe to drive back the day after. Easy to stay stock in the mud or hit a tree.

BLM 37.23600, -112.81983

We parked our Kombi here late afternoon, went to town and came back during the night. Had a good night of sleep and left early morning. Nobody asked for any money. Felt safe. Tourism buses park here during the day.

Wild Camping on Penninsula 6.23562, -75.15429

We didn’t have a great time here, but you might. There’s not a lot of privacy as others have mentioned. We don’t mind that because we understand the land is shareable, especially when it comes to camping. We were only looking for a place to sleep and leave early in the morning. Things were getting full and people started to get territorial and strange. Lots of city folk here. Wouldn’t camp here again. Next night we went into Valley of Fire and picked up a spot easy for the night, campgrounds always say full, they often aren’t (specially a weekday in autumn) go check on spots there. But like I said, *you* might have a great time!

BLM dispersed 36.46219, -114.44359
Gert Jan ter Haar

on top of a dune in the desert near Sakaka.
several places available, closer to the main road also reachable by 2x4, the sand dunes require 4x4

in the desert near Sakaka 29.84162, 40.24104

Don’t know why - but we didnt find this place. The GPS got us to a parking lot, right in the center, but they didn‘t knew about camping there or anywhere around.

Zona de Camping 5.63257, -73.52592

Providing an updated check-in. Separate parking for cars and semis. It's a bit off the 5, but still some truck noise depending where you park. Still VERY clean bathrooms & showers (if you want hot water, visit the showers on the Semi side. low non-potable water tap. Staff is very friendly.

Safe camping/picnic area -36.09666, -71.79469

huge camping ground, we were here shortly before high season and could choose from vast spaces but shops and restaurants were closed. we decided not to stay in the forest but on the parking lot right beside the Santa Teresa sign to have a view on the sea. the park itself is quite confusing, but with nice and quiet surroundings. the registration is right at the park entrance but they had no map or further information of the park. at the laguna we spotted carpinchos so we were happy ;)

Camping Fortaleza Santa Teresa -33.97652, -53.53305

Stayed the night with a 23ft trailer. Had no issues. Was kinda crowded with cars in the RV spots. Several trailers here and a couple vans near the backside. Had no issues. Arrived around 7ish pm and Had dinner. coffee in the morning and then left just before 10a.

Cracker Barrel 33.68698, -85.15409

from the coast to Lascano we drove on Ruta 14 - 76 km of ripio/ gravel. First 30 km were okay, the last part was with washboard gravel and big stones and holes, we could not go faster than 20 km/h (we don't have a 4x4)

Ruta 14 - bad condition -33.90369, -53.68582

Great quiet street. It did smell really good in the morning and the walk to the beach steps is really nice.

Residential close to mesa beach steps 34.39943, -119.73082

Basic, cheap and clean place for a quick stop over. Bicycles fitted in the room.
30000 TSH for two rooms.
No network and quite a challenge to find good in the village.

Kisiwani Guest House -6.12676, 38.29983

We stayed here while we visited Bonito. A very safe place and city. We left our trailer there and went arround with our van. 1 km from the centre, shops and the main squared, easy to walk. On the main squared we sold our craft without any problems, people there are very nice.
Be carefull with the water from the gas station (for use, it wasn’t potable).
In front of the CAT you can buy the tickets for the tours (all agencies charge the same). For us it was an expensive place but beautiful.
We stayed here 5 nights.

Tourist Name Information Center -21.13373, -56.47824

The cheapest car insurance in the sector. Small office with two very nice women. I paid 18,000 CFA for my Nissan Patrol for one month. Ideal for crossing Nigeria with the brown card!
Vehicle papers only needed.

NSIA Assurances 6.36271, 2.39825

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