Victor’s RV Park | Established Campground

Mexico

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Last Visited: about 2 months ago
GPS: 31.012988, -114.834903
Altitude: 1.2 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Another option within walking distance south of San Felipe just called 'RV Park'. Two beachfront sites (and a couple of other sites in the courtyard) with full hook-ups and palapas which come with your own sandy terrace with deckchairs under palm trees. WIFI at the sites. Very good bathrooms and showers. Run by a very friendly Mexican couple (Lilly and Victor; she speaks pretty good English). Paid US$ 20 (without using the hook-ups).

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This is our second time staying at Victor's. The dry lot was full so they had us park next to the bathrooms for 200 MX. This place was very busy, but the beach was empty and we enjoyed it. The restaurant and bar are open even with Covid. Would recommend as a safe spot to stay after crossing the border.

We love Victor's and it's our GO TO stop in San Felipe. They have upgraded it recently with some new bathrooms and a new giant palapas bar on the beach with hammocks and such. It's not the Ritz Carlton but starting at 200mx or $10US for off beach dry camping up to more expensive 2 BR cabins available and every option in between it meets all needs. Super hot showers, slow internet but STRONG 4G. Lilly is so nice and accommodating. We wild camped a few nights but spent more on gas getting out and back. Close to town and GREAT PEOPLE! Thanks Victor's, we will be back.

We stopped in just to check it out but did not stay even though it looked fine. Beach front full hook up was $25, non beach front was $20? Dry camping was $10, only 1 or 2 campers there, restaurant closed. We might have stayed if we didn't already have beachfront reserved elsewhere.

stopped here heading north. nice little place. open during covid closures while most other places were closed. paid 400 mex for beachfront dry camping.

sleep here for 1 night, very nice beach, the showers hot and nice toilet, electricity available in the sites
pay 300 MXC$ per car

We stayed there last night with our tent on our bicycley trip. After negotiate we payed 200 mex for the night for a dry camp. They gave us a nice spot at the beach for no extra fee. For some reason just the men's shower where hot. Quite some noise from atv's and fireworks nearby until a few hours after sunset. They had a guard all night long at the entrance gate. Overall a good place to stay

Newer bathrooms now. Good hot showers. First offer was $40 for beachside spot. Ended up paying $450 pesos ($24)for hookup not at beach line.

Stayed in dry camping (secure dirt car park) for 15USD. We didn't negotiate (long day) so you may get it cheaper at 10USD which we got on our second day. Showers cold for some reason, WiFi medium speed (HD on netflix most of the time). Security 7pm to 7am, come round with his torch before we fell asleep so we felt secure :)

Really enjoyed our stay. Found a spot right in front, next to restaurant. Front spots have nice shade. Paid USD$25/night for 4 nights with electricity, water, sewer. They had lots of empty spots but only 2 or 3 at the front. Showers were nice, even up to USA campground standards. Hot water. Mostly quiet at night. WiFi worked... mostly with some outages. Great location, just a short walk along the beach to center of town.

We stayed at the beach front spot which was very nice. The food in the restaurant was very good but a little expensive. You are walking distance from down town. The family is very nice that run it and very accommodating.

Beautiful beach front camping. Very clean flushing toilets and very clean warm freshwater showers. Good WiFi. Very professional and polite onsite owners. Great customer service!

Victor’s RV Park.
Lily speaks English and showed us around. She’s very nice and was even took our kids to bathroom while we were setting up. We paid $30 1st night, $25 second night.
We chose spot directly on the beach with electric hookups, picnic tables and palapas.
It’s an easy walk to Mercado (boardwalk).
I haven’t seen any water for cleaning dishes etc..
Nice toilets and showers. Shower was cold for a long time then got very warm. It also turned off and on a lot but at least came back on each time.
WiFi has been spotty. I really haven’t been able to do anything with it other than message family back home occasionally to say hello.

Another option within walking distance south of San Felipe just called 'RV Park'. Two beachfront sites (and a couple of other sites in the courtyard) with full hook-ups and palapas which come with your own sandy terrace with deckchairs under palm trees. WIFI at the sites. Very good bathrooms and showers. Run by a very friendly Mexican couple (Lilly and Victor; she speaks pretty good English). Paid US$ 20 (without using the hook-ups).

We stayed here for a month in our RV. Victor's RV park is a friendly place. Lilly is very helpful. Price with monthly discount for full-hookup was around $20 per night.