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Date Place Comment
October 18th, 2017 Rock creek state campground

Amazing spot!!
From oct to april $6 for primitive spots with table and firepit. $11 for electric sites 30 amp.
There is potable wates and waste bins. 9 miles from i-80.
There is trailes, fishing, beach access, hunting and more. More than 90 spots , nice grass area. Many spots are just not leveled. We stayed near the water,nice and quiet.

October 18th, 2017 Lake Mc Conaughy staterec area

There is lots of primitive abd paid campground inside this huge Rec Area.
This are the coordinates for a Boondocking spot. Last 2 miles are dirt road.
Check the maps in the pics with paid facilities.

It was quiet and we where allone all the time.
You are suppose to get a $6 dayly permit for Nebraska Rec Areas but no one came to check. You can also get a year round permit for $45

October 1st, 2017 Duncan reservoir

Nice camping space around water reservoir. Valut toilets, tables and fire rings. Access on good dirt road 5 miles
Quite at night

August 30th, 2016 Sand Flat Summer Free

Summer or when there is no snow on the roads. Sand flat free campsites more than 20 with fire rings and many big enough for big rigs. Quiet and deers on site

August 26th, 2016 Salt Creek Falls

A little pull out that has pit toilets 100 meters away. Super quiet and robanli open from april till october. When you arrive to the sno-parking take the gravel road to your left and drive 50mts on the left is the camping spot with a fire ring, probably big enough to fit 1 big rig. Very nice and quiet, little noice from the nearby route. During winter you can camp on the sno-park directly.

August 25th, 2016 Annie Creek Sno-Park

When you get to the sno park parking lot there is a gravel road that goes down a little bit, you can probably access even with big rigs. Many nice shady camping spots, check the pics. Only pit toilets and no phone signal. Water from natural source.

August 22nd, 2016 Closed: By the river

Good for overnight, we stayed 1 night and no problem.

August 20th, 2016 Ozette Loop Trail Head Parking Lot

Big Parking lot at ozette loop trail head. The near by ozette campground was full (only 8 spots) so several cars and campers spent the night here. Lots of people leave their cars here while camping on the beach for a few days, so technicly the rangers dont know if you are sleeping inside your car or just camping on the beach. Just be sure to hang your national park entrance tag or Olympic park entrance tag from your front mirror. Restrooms next to ranger station, fantastic access to the ozette lake just 5 mins away inside the campground, good to swim. Non potable water at trailhead info board

August 8th, 2016 Picard Creek Forest Recreation Area

Next to the main road but very quiet. Has a nice river, picnick tables and fire rings. Free up to 14 days

April 3rd, 2015 Pemex parking

As it is not possible to park and sleep in the parking lot or around the archaeological site of Chichen Itza, we found this gas station a bit noisy, but safe for the night. There are bathrooms, exterior faucet with water and is open 24 hours. It's free, and the truth that has the same services as any other 2 campsites in town. It is located just off Piste, which is appropriate given the proximity to the archaeological site. We were 3 mobile homes sleeping on the site, very quiet
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Como no es posible estacionarse y dormir en el parqueo o los alrededores del sitio arqueológico de Chichen Itza, hemos encontrado esta estación de servicio un poco ruidosa, pero segura para pasar la noche. Hay baños, canilla exterior con agua y esta abierta las 24hs. Es gratis, y la verdad que tiene los mismos servicios que cualquiera de los otros 2 campings en el pueblo. Se encuentra justo en la salida de Piste, lo cual es conveniente dada la cercanía con el sitio arqueológico. Eramos 3 casas rodantes durmiendo en el sitio, muy silencioso

March 3rd, 2015 Nututun hotel and camping

Camping Nututun was the best option to visit the ruins of Palenque and enjoy nature of this city. We were here about 3 days, the first after several hours of operation allow us to reach a comfortable room, parking and rest after handling. The next day we visited the ruins, which are about comfortable kilometers from here, and honestly we consider one of the best in Mexico. The campsite has all the facilities, showers, toilets, electricity, wifi and much, much green space to pitch a tent. Cars can only go to the parking lot is large and can sleep there, just across the river. The best thing about this place is undoubtedly its location on the banks of the river Chacamax that generous forms a sort of natural lagoon where you can swim and cool with water constantly flowing through there. Price $70 pesos per person, the amazing lake here is something worth to enjoy
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Camping Nututun fue la mejor opción para visitar las ruinas de Palenque y disfrutar de la naturaleza de esta ciudad. Estuvimos aqui unos 3 días, el primero luego de varias horas de manejo nos permito llegar a un sitio cómodo, estacionar y descansar luego del manejo. Al día siguiente fuimos a visitar las ruinas, que se encuentran a unos cómodos kilómetros de aqui, y honestamente las consideramos unas de las mejores de todo Mexico. El camping tiene todas las comodidades, duchas, baños, electricidad, wifi y mucho, muchísimo espacio verde donde armar una carpa. Los autos solo pueden entrar hasta el parqueo que es grande y pueden dormir alli, justo frente al rio. Lo mejor de este lugar es sin dudas su ubicación, a orillas del río Chacamax, que generoso forma una especie de laguna natural donde podrán nadar y refrescarse con el agua que fluye constantemente por alli.

March 3rd, 2015 La Peña de Bernal

La Peña de Bernal, is the world's 3rd largest monolith, making your visit is almost obligatory for anyone who steps on Mexican soil. We camped right in the parking lot entrance and there was any problem. It has no bathing facilities, electricity, especially at night, but during the day they can access the site bathrooms for $ 5 per person.
To us they did not charge us stay there, or the entrance to the Peña, but try preferably go on weekdays, where no one, because we were informed that the weekend comes a lot of people, and if there might be someone who parking charge them for the night ($20 pesos per car, nothing too bad)

February 15th, 2015 Hierve el Agua

Very good, the price was $40 mex per person, but we bargain the price, at the end we paid $40 for 2 pax.
Clean bath, no electricity and no showers.
Amazing view at sunset ! lots of nature, cold at night

February 7th, 2015 Haina Hostal

This hostel is a great option for those looking to be within the metropolitan area, only 15 minutes by bus or car from the best beaches and also provides a quiet and friendly to rest from the long nights of Cancun space. It offers shared and private rooms, air conditioning, very communal kitchen and a delicious breakfast. Lot of parking space in the street, nice and calm during the night

Recomendadísimo for those who like long walks in the city, close to everything, is ideal for stocking in the market turn and cook some delicious meals in the hostel`s kitchen.
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Este hostal es una gran opción para quienes buscan estar dentro del área metropolitana, tan solo a 15 minutos en bus de las mejores playas y a la vez brinda un espacio tranquilo y amigable para descansar de las largas noches de Cancun. Cuenta con habitaciones compartidas y privadas, aire acondicionado, cocina comunitaria muy completa y un riquísimo desayuno incluido.

Recomendadísimo para quienes gustan de largas caminatas por la ciudad, cerca de todo, es ideal para comprar provisiones en el mercado de la vuelta y cocinar unas ricas comidas en la practica cocina del hostal.

February 5th, 2015 Playa Delfines parking lot

During the day you will have access to toilets and public showers this community beach. The parking is free and evenings allowed to sleep there with your motorhome. Also within walking distance is the tourist police case. It's free and bathrooms are open from 8am to 7pm, quiet at night and the view is something amazing

This is for us the best beach in Cancun.
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Durante el día tendrán acceso a los baños y duchas publicas de esta playa comunitaria. El parqueo es totalmente gratuito y por las noches esta permitido dormir allí con su casa rodante. Ademas a pocos metros esta la policía turística por si acaso. Es gratis y los baños estan abiertos de 8am a 7pm

Esta es para nosotros la mejor playa de Cancun.

December 11th, 2014 Informal camp on Akumal center

Find place to park in Akumal is somewhat complicated, too many private parking and few places in the street. For those wanting to go see the turtles should note that the stay for the car costs $ 50 mex, or you can go to the village and park where you can (so hard to find a spot). At night private parking closed and all tourism goes, being practically deserted, we ask permission to spend the night in front of one of these and had no problem parking, it was quiet from 10pm to 7 am and bathrooms were open untip 9pm, costs $5 pesos.
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Encontrar sitio para estacionar en Akumal es un tanto complicado, sobran los parqueos privados y pocos los lugares en la calle. Para aquellos que quieran ir a ver las tortugas deben tener en cuenta que la estadía para el auto cuesta $50 mex, o bien pueden ir hasta el pueblo y estacionarlo donde puedan y los dejen. Por la noche los parqueos privados cierran y todo el turismo se va, quedando practicamente desierta, nosotros pedimos permiso para pasar la noche frente a uno de estos parqueos y no tuvimos inconveniente.

December 3rd, 2014 Public beach free camp

In Tulum are few public access to the sea, because to get this almost always necessary to go through private properties or hotels. On the way to the coast by going to the ruins found 2 tickets publish the sea, where there are spaces to park the car, so if you want to camp this is the cheapest option. The site is free, there is no any kind of service, only space to park the car. Super quiet to sleep
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En Tulum son escasos los accesos públicos al mar, ya que para llegar a este casi siempre es necesario pasar por propiedades privados u hoteles. En el camino de la costa yendo hacia las ruinas encontraran 2 entradas publicas al mar, donde hay espacios para estacionar el auto, por lo que si quieren acampar esta es la opción mas económica. El camping es gratis, no hay ningun tipo de servicio, solo espacio para estacionar el carro. Super tranquilo para dormir

December 15th, 2013 Pucara next to museum

After talking with people from the museum and buy our ticket of admission, we explained that we thought spending the night there and very kindly allowed us to use the bathroom that day and the next morning. Next to the museum is a quiet little street where you can park for the night. Please note that everything closes at 19hs and there are no people in the streets.

November 13th, 2013 Yurira lake camp

At 4500msnm in full route to Puquio stopped at this beautiful place where you can camp freely. Due to the extreme height makes a cold night and we woke Glitter in the kombi. In winter snows and the lake freezes.

No service and as it's a pretty desolate place should go with food supplies since no store nearby. You must now manage to use natural bath. The view of the night sky at this place is amazing.
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A 4500msnm en plena ruta hacia Puquio paramos en este hermoso lugar donde se puede acampar libremente. Debido a la altura hace un frió extremo de noche y nosotros amanecimos con escarcha dentro de la kombi. En invierno nieva y el lago se congela.

No hay ningún servicio y como es un lugar bastante desolado se debe ir con provisiones de comida ya que no hay ningún almacén cerca. Nuevamente deberán ingeniárselas para usar el baño natural. La vista del cielo nocturno en este lugar es increíble.

March 31st, 2013 Parking lot, near thermal springs, Yura

Facing one of the revenues of the baths there is a public beach area parking lot where we were to spend the day and night. For $ 5 soles can go to the baths and rest a bit before going to the big city of Arequipa. Front has 2 moderately priced restaurants (menu $ 10 soles). Please note that everything closes at 17hs in the village.
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Frente a uno de los ingresos de las termas hay un playón de estacionamiento publico donde nos quedamos a pasar el día y la noche. Por $5 soles se puede entrar a las termas y descansar un poco antes de entrar a la gran ciudad de Arequipa. Frente hay 2 restaurantes de precio moderado (menú $10 soles). Tengan en cuenta que a las 17hs todo cierra en el pueblo.

March 27th, 2013 Saywite arqueologocal site

In the archaeological site you can camp because it has a field at the entrance and a serene charged input from 7am to 17h. The place is very quiet and small with not very large resort to visit, but with interesting rock model of the Inca empire that was worth seeing. No features amenities only a source of "clean" water that can be used for cooking, washing and fill the water tank of your camper. While there has bathroom, you will find many shrubs that can serve as a natural latrine.

If you continue down the path 3S 1km after the fall of Saywite you will see a large gazebo with left hand shoulder of where the cars stop to sleep and to find some tents.

March 27th, 2013 Sillustani ruins parking lot

Spend the night in the parking is no problem as they often go many with their campers and has no extra cost. The security people removed at 18hrs but it is a very quiet place. Bath all night $1 sol
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Pasar la noche en el estacionamiento no es ningún problema ya que suelen ir muchos con sus campers y no tiene ningún costo extra. La gente de seguridad se retira a las 18hs pero es un lugar sumamente tranquilo.

March 13th, 2013 Tito´s camping

Just 2 blocks from the beach we found this nice camping where you can stop both the vehicle and the tent. Young atmosphere has a small bar that is ideal for a drink and chat with other travelers staying there. At night it is very quiet and you can rest very well listening to the sea.
Only for tents and small campers


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