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Date Place Comment
December 2nd, 2020 Morrill RV Park

I came here with recommendations from friends and travelers. Please note that the following review is most likely different from past reviews due to covid. The owners were very nice and they live on site. There were quite a few vehicles that use this place for parking. It is a great place to be a little away from the centro but still a nice walk to it through the cobbled streets.
The Not-do-Great. They did not have any hot water I’m guessing they decided to not fill the tank due to not many travelers. They also wanted to charge me (one camper) 180ppn
At the end they gave it to me for 150pp ( my friends stayed for 120 about a year ago and had hot water. For what you get it was a bit pricey. The space had great views and you didn’t have to drive through the tunnels. Big rig friendly but follow past directions!

November 26th, 2020 Posada Valerio

Felt like a home away from home. Came down the 70 from huasteca potosina and arrived late afternoon. Daniel, his wife Martita and son Daniel were so welcoming! One of my favorite hosts on my trip through Mexico. Their place is great for larger rigs I have a high top 19 footer. Showers were hot and there are plenty of places to hang. They will soon be having a bar and sitting area as well as 2 cabanas to rent. Super sweet and they do speak some English. ♥️♥️

November 22nd, 2020 Mantezulel Cave parking

Overnight spot when going to the caves. Got to this area in the late afternoon. Asked my guide after the cave tour if I could park here overnight sand he said no problem. No facilities but safe and quiet. Didn’t want to attempt the road down at dusk. The people in the square Are very friendly and it’s community of indigenous.

November 21st, 2020 Casa Caracol

This place is convenient. To be honest traveling during covid has it’s challenges some campero have all together closed. They charged me 150pp to park my camper van. I was able to make it down the short road from the main Calle no problem. Now as of November there is NO HOT WATER. There is also NO INTERNET. It was a ok safe place to park and stay to go to the St Edwards gardens. The pizza place near here is excellent!!

November 20th, 2020 Campamento sauces

This place is CLOSED for pandemic reasons as are the other campgrounds along this road and area.

November 19th, 2020 Comedor on way to Puente Dios

Literally just off the hwy at a switchback in the road lies Angelia’s place. She has a parking area across the road where the highway goes around. Beautiful vista
Into the mountains. A bit noisy but after dark it’s quiet. Gelt very safe and is good for big rigs. The family is adorable and I enjoyed watching them dance to their newly acquired jukebox. They were finishing a restaurant that hopefully will be open soon. Charged me 50pp

November 15th, 2020 Rancho Viejo - teotihuacan pyramides

This was such a nice place to relax. The road coming in from the main road was great and big rig capable. Nice gravel road to establishment. Got here and was free ain’t Omar and his mom Juliana. Very hospitable and cost was a little high 250p/night but safe, hot showers, generous space. Planning to stay for a couple days and see the pyramids

January 3rd, 2020 D’volada

Great restaurant for panuchas, sopes y salbutes

December 30th, 2019 La Pausa

I have been traveling around Mexico and my mom flew in to visit. This was a great hostel, she stayed in a shared room and I parked my van on the street. Travelers stick around here a bit and from the street it often can look like a bunch of campers at a festival. I was here over the holidays and there was a impromptu potluck and party. I would definitely recommend this place if you like a social vibe. Showers were great, and street parking was safe and quiet

December 29th, 2019 Grutas de Candelario

What a lovely surprise! Quite clean and unlike other overlanders I thought the cave was amazing! Exploring further I found a underground cenote that I had all to myself. Quiet at night and the pools were clean. A great option when there are no showers. The owner was very kind. It was 100 pesos for one person and access to the cave.

December 22nd, 2019 Freedom Shores

This was the closest thing yet to campgrounds in the US. Large concrete pads with hookups. The spots are right next to the beach and fully fenced for the pups. Locals frequent the beach during the day and the sunsets are incredible!!! A bit pricey but that is what I found throughout the yucatan. Definitely big rig friendly and Thelma the host was more then gracious.

December 21st, 2019 Nututun hotel and camping

As others had said before. This place is WAY too expensive. They are not pet friendly either your pet cannot even be in the open air lobby or anywhere on the grounds.
The place was basically a parking lot and they insist you park with the company vehicles. I Initially wanted to stay 3 nights but decided on only one because it was too late to go anywhere else. 2 stars only for the security aspect.

December 14th, 2019 Mechanic, red building on the way to Oaxaca

Wow!! What a find. I first just pulled in here because it was next to the gas station and my car was running rough. Nicholas stopped everything and diagnosed it was a faulty plug. He speaks fluent English and it was greatly appreciated. I then came back for brake pads and drums. To all the Morga guys...
Thank uou for your hard work !

November 26th, 2019 Overlander Beach Campsite “Don Taco”.

Wow! What a gorgeous and clean campground. Frans and Anneke were always available and kept the place spotless. The bathrooms were wonderful, clean, and great water pressure( although when the place is full there is a cue for the shower, another one would be lovely! It was great having a communal kitchen that promoted community engagement with the other guests. The owners invest back into the place and are always looking at ways to improve. Their mascota, Don Taco, is a gem and gets along with other dogs. The surrounding area is beautiful and it’s easy to kayak, snorkel and SUP. I appreciated the small storage area they have for personal stuff like my fitness equipment and water toys!. Make sure to bring a 30/50amp converter for your campers- I spaced and after 2 weeks needed a recharge on my house battery. I NBC will definitely keep this place in mind for future rendezvous.
Can fit tall vehicles but nothing longer than a typical camper van!

November 14th, 2019 Rincón de San Agustin

Beautiful place in the valley of San Agustin Etla. The road was great and it was away from the main traffic roads. This place will accept tall rigs- my camper is almost 11 feet tall and places in the city were just not an option. Peaceful surroundings; amazing new showers with HOT water! There is also a lovely clean sink and cook area that campers can use. Amelia the owner lives on site and was such a gracious host, we never wanted for anything. You can also organize meals with her kitchen staff and she will also do laundry for a fee. Amelia pays special attention to the details and keeps the place and the cabanas perfectly clean! I really enjoyed her place it was actually nicer than the Airbnb’s I stayed at in the city. It is a quick drive to the city and surrounding villages.

November 4th, 2019 Dump El Rancho RV Park

Dump station and water near tule do it on the way to market

November 4th, 2019 Oaxaca View

For clamping after teotitlan and market day rugs ect

November 2nd, 2019 Markplatz Teotitlan del Valle - OK, FREE

Teotitlan for rugs
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September 8th, 2019 Harrison Hollow Trailhead

Like others said, pulled in after dark. The street was quiet and one other van here. For boondocking it was fine and in the morning I hiked the trails! Be respectful and keep this place clean

February 11th, 2019 Coco Ha

Amazing beachfront spot. Small, probably comfortable for about 4 rigs. In the evening it was quiet and the sunsets were beautiful. There was a nice shade palapa for chilling in the shade or a place to be protected for a quick workout. I enjoyed the promenade close by AFTER the cruise ship patrons left. Reasonable at 80pp and you can plug in if you have a long enough cord. Would’ve stayed longer but ran out of propane and the closest station was 45 minutes south. The woman who owns the place lives across the street and was very helpful and had a great family.


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