Moroncarit Beach | Wild Camping

Mexico

Details

Last Visited: about 1 year ago
GPS: 26.695683, -109.606577
Altitude: -0.3 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
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.

Long stretch of undeveloped beach, very quiet during the week, only a few 3 groups of people were there during the day but left before 6pm, probably busier on weekends. Pick a spot up from the high water mark down by the dunes. The RV park down the beach is nice and was open but totally empty when we passed by.

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We visited on a 'puente' and the beach was packed with people tailgating so we opted to camp on the other side of the dunes back from the beach. There were a few young guys ripping around on motorbikes who were friendly and took off before dark. Seems like everyone else cleared out around that time too and we had the place to ourselves. It was quiet and peaceful (also less trash on the road side of the dunes)

This is an amazing place to wild camp. Miles of open dunes. Closest thing around for supplies (groceries etc) is the city of Huatabampo. The resto at El Mirador is only good as a last resort. It was a Friday when we were there and there were ATV's running along the beach till dark. After dark a few locals came down to hang out on the beach but was very quiet.

Absolutely empty when we were there. Drove up & down the beach as well as the road..... Finally settled on the spot under two palm trees short walk from the RV park. Did not feel very secure.

Still one of the most beautiful beach camping spot but it has become even dirtier since my last visit.

Stayed one night, this an incredibly nice beach that is treated like a garbage dump, very disheartening to see and not enjoyable to stay at because there was not one square foot of sand without garbage,broken glass or bottles on it, they do have crews do clean up during Semena Santa and not sure what event if any there was before we arrived but when it’s not cleaned up the place sucks.

Long stretch of undeveloped beach, very quiet during the week, only a few 3 groups of people were there during the day but left before 6pm, probably busier on weekends. Pick a spot up from the high water mark down by the dunes. The RV park down the beach is nice and was open but totally empty when we passed by.