Well not all of them have been free, but certainly a lot of them were.
Our regular readers know that we've spent a lot of time in Mexico, so of course quite a few of these pics are from that part of the world. Mexico offers some of the most interesting camping spots!
Camping in your motorhome on a boat!
Definitely interesting was the 17 hour overnight ferry ride from La Paz in the Baja to Mazatlan on the Mexico mainland. They actually put Sherman on a huge elevator that brought us up to the top level of the ferry. And they even plugged us in to 120v electricity.
Free camping at the beach is always good...
Free camping at Barra del Tordo on the east coast at the Gulf of Mexico.
We spent a couple of nights in a farmer's field. The cows didn't seem to mind!
Kevin, and our friend Steve, playing backgammon with the cows.
Sherman, parked in the greenery!
Definitely one of the best places we've ever stayed was our friend Kathe's property near Chetumal, Mexico and the Belize border. What a beautiful spot! We spent two weeks there.
The best wrong turn that we ever made led us to a great free camping spot by the Rio Colotopec near Puerto Escondido...
Planned on spending one night and ended up there for over a week!
Free camping at Steel Creek Park, Lake Whitney, Texas.
One time, we were traveling through the mountains near Morelia, Mexico and we spotted a dirt road leading into the pine forest. We hadn't planned on stopping for the night, but that road led to a cell tower and there was a perfect spot for Sherman to get into. If we hadn't been low on fresh water we would have stayed longer!
Free camping in the mountains near Morelia.
Watching the Pacific ocean crash to the shore at a secluded beach in Michoacan, Mexico.
There is some fantastic free camping available in Nova Scotia!
One of the best sites we ever got at a paid campground was this one in Meat Cove, Nova Scotia.
Not many people have ever RV'd at a Mexican National park. This is at Parque Nacional Laguna de Zapotlan.
And most recently...
A free site with a view overlooking Mexico's Copper Canyon.
Another great view, from site #11 at Burnt Corral Recreation Area, Arizona.
So...which one is your favorite...?
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