Newly opened (June 2022) hostel in the very centre of Dilijan, catering mainly for hikers, but also welcoming overlanders, cycle tourers, and other adventurous travellers. There are 10 beds in two dorms, and basic facilities including an outdoor kitchen/lounge, laundry, etc. There is a steep, unpaved driveway to the building for unloading luggage, but it only accommodates one vehicle at a time. For longer-term parking there's a large open area by the main street just next to the hostel which the locals use for parking. The owners also have a reasonably equipped workshop and plenty of tools for any basic maintenance and repairs you might want to do yourself while you're there.
Beautiful place next to a outside old theater. In the morning some cows and sheeps will wake u up (very nice) . Local doesn’t care that we were here. 20min away from city and easy accesible. (Tents also)
Approx 10 motorhome spots in large public car park. No elec but dump station, cassette clean out and fresh water available. Camp up to 3 nights. 12 pounds per 24 hrs or dump free.
close to center of Portrush.
at the end of the tar road, overlooking the palm trees and old mud houses, there is a flat large area perfect for the night.
you can walk down to the palm trees and a natural spring.
note that you can be seen from almost every house of the village in front !
we spent a very quiet night there.
Please take all tin and glass with you. The locals have no way of disposing of this, which is evident from the piles of it amongst the houses. Presumably they burn other waste, but we took all our rubbish with us to Sesfontein.
small lay-by access blocked by boulders. Access to 2 wheeled vehicles. Great spot protected from high winds. Pitch the tent deep and to the right, behind the copse and under the cutaway (next to the fire ring). Quiet, no traffic in the night and mostly hidden from view. Next to River Garvie.
Don't fall for the National Trust website that says you must have reservation and there is no parking for motorhomes. We were there at the end of June and there were 4 motorhomes parked there!
You only need reservations for the Experience. Provided you can find a parking space (or ride the shuttle from Bushmills) then you can bypass the Experience part to the right and walk under the archway and down to the causeway free. There is an accessibility bus that takes you all the way down the hill. Return trip is 4pounds.
Eight, wonderful, shady, designated sites (do not make your own), above the fabulous Arkansas River with short descending trails for river access. Metal fire rings, pack it out, two central porta-Johns. Mountain views, river music. I feel like I hit the camping lottery. Sites far apart. If you have 4wd, there are more remote, designated sites with metal rings off the dirt road on the right as you turn off the highway. And yes, there is a stone cabin. Quieter than Clear Creek Cg. Which is packed around July 4th weekend.
This place is at the end of the road, if you stop earlier you are not in the Public Land territory (you can see the limits on Google maps).
The road is not the best, but we did it in a Grand Caravan with no problem.
The site is pretty much a large clear area with rocks. Depends were you park it’s pretty flat.
They’re a lot of room for different cars, even not on the same party.
They’re bugs and mosquitoes and only a bar of cell service.
This site is not the greatest, but if you want a lot of room and to see no people, this is the site.
Large parking area beside the river . Launching for kayaks. Tubers . Good for one night sleep. Other cars parked here that would be floating or paddling downriver . River not suitable for swimming due to current
In the rivercrossing is a long piece of reinforced steel that is bent in towards the road (concrete slab at the drift). This will cause damage to vehicles. I have already driven past and the coordinates might be slightly off. I came from Sesfontein towards Palmwag.
Quiet area up in mountains with a nice view. There are few parkings on a way up, there are playgrounds for kids. Relatively cool temperatures, a bit windy. Some families come in evenings, but at night it was empty. Beware of monkeys!
We find a place to refill the water behind tourism information. we are not sure if its potable.
Encontramos una canilla detrás de la oficina de turismo. pedimos permiso y fueron muy amables. No sabían si era potable o no pero para la ducha y platos viene genial
We intended to go to the Oklahoma welcome center but you can't get there from the south without overshooting it and and coming back so we decided to try this place and it worked out. Kind of noisy but no knock on the door!
State Park, admission is 9$. Acces to dump station, water (witch is brown but potable). Very Nice place for day use, nice picnic table by the lake. Nice trail for walk or bicycle.
You can also take a hot shower for 1$ (4 minutes).
There is also some camping spot, the price change with the service you take.