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Free Riverside Camping | Wild Camping

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Last Visited: about 1 month ago
GPS: -54.754200, -68.197350
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Not a bad spot right on the river and far enough away from the road to avoid most of the noise. A little dirty but it's free. Fire pits appear to be the only amenity, although it looked like there were bathrooms on the other side of the river.


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Level spots when you first come down the hill. Not much traffic noise. Used creek water to clean our gear after hiking Laguna Esmeralda. No cell reception.

Probably of the nicer option to camp close to Ushuaia. (8 km from the Ushuaia sign). Tucked in the river valley and somewhat protected from
the wind. Fire pits for asados available.

Super spot both sites of the river near Ushuaia. Plenty of sites with firerings for overnight. Free.

nice place to protect from the wind and the rain. There are fire pits and the river.
Horses lovers will be happy

Great location, was clean and several other campers around but well spread out.

NOTE - there are no toilets here the two buildings referred to by other posters are Natural Gas valve rooms.

Great spot at 10km from Usuahia with a small river passing by. Unfortunately there is some trash around, so please dump yours in a trash bin.

We spent two very quiet nights here and really enjoyed this free camp spot close to Ushuaïa city ! Plenty of fire places on both sides of the river. Many horses around ! Recommended

It’s called RIO OLIVIA. Close to road, but nice spot indeed, also for lunch (BBQ pits). You can camp on both sides of the river, good, free alternative to the village of Ushuaia.

Beautiful camping by the river with snowcovered mountain peaks all around. Was very clean. Lots of flat spots to put a tent.

Very beautiful BUT very dirty... it's so sad! After staying 2 nights in Ushuaia we prefered much more this quiet spot! The sites are a little bumpy, but still possible to level.

We spent here two nights. Perfect: free and just outside town. One night we parked our car at one of the lower places (2nd entrance coming from town), the other one closer to the road (1st entrance). We didn't hear the road, because of the sound of the river.

Very nice campspot in a beautiful surrounding. Some firewood around to enjoy a nice evening around the bonfire. Lots of spots to choose from so you can find one without garbage.

Very pleasant sites on the river but we sheltered from the wind right up against the mountain on the western side. We've started picking up a bit of other people's litter at these free campsites but cant do much about the toilet paper issue :-(

Nice place to sleep. Some noisy neighbours with no musical taste but the campsite itself is perfect

Nice spot right beside the river. Family and friendly. Don't leave any trash ;)

Not a bad spot right on the river and far enough away from the road to avoid most of the noise. A little dirty but it's free. Fire pits appear to be the only amenity. Lots of protection from the wind here, very peaceful during the night.

Very nice spot at the riverside with bbqs. Follow the sign rio Olivia!