When? Who? Comment Place Location

We stayed here one night. The place has wifi and bathroom. There are no showers. It was quiet at night.

Terpel Station 6.64926, -73.94829

hideaway spot next to creek off of Golden chain hwy. no signs stating no parking. 1 bar of t mobile. slept here over night. hidden by trees. peoples lights not shining directly in your car. past the no parking for 2 miles sign

hide away from the road 39.31188, -121.11125

We feel really fine in Hotel Freiburg! Good beds, very clean, and quit! 10 Minutes zu walk to center, safe parking, and a charmant Chef Jürgen and his thaughter. Thanks for your Hospitality! Drink a beer here, Cerveca Tovar, so good made by German Beer law!

Hotel Freiburg 10.40464, -67.28370

the dump station is on the way out of the welcome center.

Rest Area/Visitor Center 30.31104, -89.60086

Great spot, beautiful views and well maintained site. Toilets without seats and one shower has a tarp for privacy, others are open. Paid 320 pesos for 2 adults/2 kids. When I said I thought he would be 260 from recent check ins, he said price raised by 60. I didn’t really care because kids needed to get to the playground after a long drive day and grounds were beautiful

Campestre Zapotitlan 18.31870, -97.50858

Secluded campsite near Honaker Trailhead. 2WD accessible, 3G T-Mobile. Beautiful surrounding views and hiking Honaker Trail to the San Juan River is a must!

Honaker Trailhead 37.18850, -109.95098

huge parking lot behind hotel with no signs of no overnight parking.
quiet and good cell service. we stayed only one night and left in the morning.

big parking lot behind hôtel. 37.50472, -122.48446

Woww what a camping. Clean toilets and showers. Nice restaurant. Full hook up if needed. Perfect to stay.

Yax Ha Resort 18.56150, -88.24951

Nice hot shower. Water turned on before putting tokens in but I’m not sure if the tokens trigger the hot water or if the showers are free for the off season. Regardless, very worth it!

Shower at campground 36.99703, -111.49525

We're not fans of informal sites. However, we were caught on the highway, which was closed due to smoke clouds for over 2 hours, so it prevented us from going to the place we had planned to go, and we had to find a place quickly to spend the night safely. There was no attendant on site. But we parked (level!) and went to do our grocery shopping. We even had time to walk a little in town before sunset. The town is not touristy, and we were able to enjoy Mexican life. In our little RV, we slept very well, no noise. In the morning, we had to pay 256 pesos according to the time elapsed, however, the regulation says that a lost ticket costs 150 so I found the parking attendants, who are not easy to find, and told them that I didn't want to pay more than a lost ticket. In the end, we paid 150 pesos and had a good night!

Soriana paying parking 19.17760, -99.47103

got the knock at 9 pm, local cop said parking lot closes at 8 and you can't just sleep in cars and need to go to motel etc. also for single car setup he said things that block out your windows like reflectors or curtains are illegal in NY, idk I'm from out of state

Reeves Meadow Visitor Center 41.17373, -74.16846

Someone has gone to a lot of trouble to warn people away from this area. probably so they can have it all to themselves, I guess, but it is definitely NOT on private land of any kind. This is Utah state trust land and open for camping with the usual rules. Why do people do this for no reason? if the area were closed to camping, there wouldn't be campers, as there would be signage saying no camping and/or there would be reports of the local agencies running people off, which there is none of. Stop being ridiculous, please!
In fact, after walking around and checking the survey markers, I realized that the folks that own the adjacent private property has illegally posted no camping signs on the BLM and State Trust land. Not sure how they're getting away with that, but it might tell you something about how often the BLM or state agencies come to check on this area.

La Verkin Overlook Road 37.21527, -113.25060

So glad we decided to stop. Wonderful garden to stroll. We really lucked out and met Lupe as soon as we arrived and chatted for a few hours. Such a neat guy. Learned so much about the flora and fauna, medicinal and recreational properties. Who knew you can pet cacti to relieve stress. I'll upload a picture of him.

Cactus Sanctuary 23.74588, -110.11234

Beatiful view on St-Laurence river. house and street light close. no sign indicated for camping permission or not. we were for winter camping night. may be busy place on summer.

Rue du quai 46.65128, -71.92675

the restaurant is good, but the accommodation is running down,

Roxy Resort -3.41440, 37.52098

Dormimos uma noite neste local. É bem tranquilo e seguro. Para ingressar na Comunidade é cobrado $2 por pessoa.

We slept one night in this place. It is very quiet and safe. To join the Community there is a charge of $2 per person.

Parking Lot at Laguna Quilotoa -0.18308, -78.48583

Outside the botanical garden entrance. Shady with some traffic noise during the day. The security personnel is at the gate 24/7. The trees provide good shade. Free access to the park. There is a bus stop a few meters where you can catch the bus downtown.

Outside botanical garden -25.25165, -57.57781

Operator tells us that he no longer allows parking.

Pecsa Gas Station -4.66390, -80.24499

They allowed us to spend the night. There is no bathroom, but there is access to water.

Nos permitieron pasar la noche. No hay baño, pero si hay acceso a agua.

Grifo BUME -4.66293, -80.24267

Many RVs and Vans. Power in numbers! Come late and leave early. Should be fine.

Walmart 39.58736, -106.09550

Still under construction. No access. Doesn’t say when it’s gonna be open

Vista Point 32.83668, -116.66062

lots of people using the pull outs. great flat spots for vans. some people had tents.

Next to Skull Hollow Campground 44.39617, -121.06117

Still a perfect place. Still 10 Dinar p.P. for a delicious diner by the fire. We enjoyed a very hot shower and a clean bathroom. Gave us information about driving through the wadi. We felt very welcome. You can easily enter the place from village Dibah and avoid the visitor center by that way (to keep your Jordan pass untouched).

Rum Planet Beduin Camp 29.65010, 35.47998

très bon bivouac le long de la corniche.
la police a demandé les passeports et nous a autorisés à rester là. bien pour la visite du Musée.

Bassorah 30.50477, 47.85489

Nice bakery and coffee with really good baguette and croissant.

Block Butter bakery -34.80145, 20.05176

This is one of the best camps in Botswana! the way to the Campsite is a litte sandy, but very fun to drive!
it has a pool, bar, restaurant, slow wifi, lots of acitvities. Saw, crocodile, elwfants and hippos on the mokoro.
Its188pppn, but we got a very good spezial price for 3 nights.

Etsha 13 - Guma Lagoon Camp -18.96295, 22.37357

very nice! the best shower in Botswana!
Good pool, reataurant, wifi. its now

Audi Camp -19.93428, 23.50954

The place changed names. It's now called Gueye service.
The staff is really kind and the food isn't very expensive. Plus you have a lot of choices, and it's close to Auberge Sadio.

Restaurant Gueye Service 13.76590, -13.67548

There is an abandoned village at the top which is interesting, but even more wonderful are the views and tranquility and the “bonkers” mountains!!!
Entry still 1000N ($0.70) pp but we had to take a guide. 10,000N for 3 people which we would recommend. 2 hour hike.

Old Idanre hill top village 7.10636, 5.10619

Basic hotel. Very friendly. Safe parking even for big rigs. Single room is 7500N ($5.50). We were 3 people in 2 cars. We had to buy a single room to have access to bucket shower and toilet for sleeping in the car (although room had fan and was tempting) but at <$2 each it was worth it.

Hotel Rock Valley 7.13445, 5.10068

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