The Ranch | Wild Camping

Mexico

Details

Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 17.917349, -101.869326
Altitude: -10.0 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: No
Water: Non-Potable
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

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.

Surf spot, camping right in front of break. 100% wild camping. Plenty of shady space under some big trees. But plenty of sun for solar too. our panels are detachable, and we have an extension cord, but you could park in sun too if need be. There are palapas in other spots, and a restaurant that we never saw open, but it's where ppl park to surf for the day. No one is down here except a few fisherman during the day and evening, but a shocking number of ppl come from Tracones for a morning session and they get here early. We were warned it was dangerous from ppl up north...but that's normal by now. We had a very peaceful, relaxing time, but did not spend a weekend day here. Free!
There is a well behind the restaurant. If you have a really tall rig you may not make it down here.

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Beautiful free camp spot as described. Locals all exceptionally nice. Lookout for a guy called Saul who is super nice and can give you board hire, lessons, and catch you lobsters for dinner (he speaks very good English). We will definitely be staying here again! Things to watch out for - road in is a little rough, some deep sandy spots by the beach and some ‘local’ gringos who think they own the spot.

Great wild spot to camp, the only restaurant is open until 2pm as the surf conditions are great just in the morning.
We haven't used the water from the well but I guess it's fine to take a bit.
Bring beverages and food!
Amaizing beach and waves.
Sr. Lorenzo is starting a new charming restaurant just next to our camp area he's lovely and can help you if need stuff from tienda in the village.

Nice camping areas along the dirt road leading to the restaurant, which wasnt open on a weekday. Two campervan were already occupying the site so we camped under the trees by the trail. Quiet, appears safe enough although locals say it is not safe to camp except in campgrounds.

Spent a night here. Exactly as described. super chill, fun surf, no one around.

Wild camping on a beach with a fun wave. A few palapas that need some love and not much else. Plenty of trees and shady nooks to park your car and sleep under.

Surf spot, camping right in front of break. 100% wild camping. Plenty of shady space under some big trees. But plenty of sun for solar too. our panels are detachable, and we have an extension cord, but you could park in sun too if need be. There are palapas in other spots, and a restaurant that we never saw open, but it's where ppl park to surf for the day. No one is down here except a few fisherman during the day and evening, but a shocking number of ppl come from Tracones for a morning session and they get here early. We were warned it was dangerous from ppl up north...but that's normal by now. We had a very peaceful, relaxing time, but did not spend a weekend day here. Free!
There is a well behind the restaurant. If you have a really tall rig you may not make it down here.