River Bank | Wild Camping

Chile

Details

Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: -45.631270, -72.121744
Altitude: 246.1 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

About 2 kilometers from main road it is just aside Río Pollux, where can be crossed with a bridge. There are flat grassland for at least 3 tents in a small wood, but some trash too.
It rained a lot the day we were there, so we actually not drove our van done into the wood, which was a little bit flooded. We only stayed next to the bridge. There were some traffic like every one or two hours a car, also in the midnight! If in the small wood the sleep might be better.
- graveled road leading there is good even at rain

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good spot for a night, especially if you leave coyhaique quiet late. but we didn't found it super comfy.

Not suitable in winter/after heavy rain. Simply too wet to even park a car. Would be lovely in summer.

Good wildcamp option to stay around Coyahique, as described before, very close by to town, but far enough from the traffic. Cross the stream for grassy camping options. Great location if you need to get stuff done in town. Big rigs may struggle to get here.

Very nice place. We drove in on a sunny Sunday, there was a lot of families, some stayed in the evening. We came back on a Monday, and we had the river and all the place for ourselves. You can be hidden from road but there is almost no car passing by... we spent 2 very quiet nights. Very good option, 10mn from Coyahuique center by car.

great spot, if your car is not so big you can go further to a better spot... spend a quiet night.

hermoso lugar a la vera de un río pequeño. Es un lugar u y tranquilo y había algo de leña. Se agradece que quienes vayan recojan su basura pues había bastante

Beautiful spot by a small river. We have 4wd so we were able to cross over a small stream and set up camp in the woods. Very quiet at night. Friendly cat came down and made friends with us for the evening.

Not the best option. Some kilometers from main road it is just aside Río Pollux, where can be crossed with a bridge. There are flat grassland for at least 3 tents in a small wood, but some trash too.
It rained a lot the day we were there, so we actually not drove our van done into the wood, which was a little bit flooded. We only stayed next to the bridge. There were some traffic like every one or two hours a car, also in the midnight! If in the small wood the sleep might be better.
- graveled road leading there is good even at rain