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Las Palmas Midway Inn & Trailer Park | Established Campground

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Last Visited: 3 months ago
GPS: 23.660580, -100.635710
Altitude: 1561.0 masl
Place Website: laspalmasmidwayinn.com/

Amenities

Electricity: Yes - Not at Sites
Internet: Yes - Fast
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Non-Potable
Restroom: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Unknown
Pet Friendly: Yes

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The Inn and Trialer park is right off of the Highway as you pass through Matehuala, and is also right across the highway from the Walmart (Which is a good reference point). It cost 360 peso a night to stay here, and the RV park is at the very back of the facility in a gravel parking lot. RV's of all sizes would have no problem here, but Tenters would have a rough place to set up. The minigolf is a little run-down. There was Electricity (in the restrooms) and Water and drain available at each site. The bathrooms were relatively clean. They have a night watchman who when we visited, was very friendly and assured us that the area is safe (although there seemed to be a "short-cut" for locals through the back part of the parking lot). With that being said, we had no problems.

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We were the only people there. The rate was 364 pesos. Bathrooms were clean. Each site has sewer, water and a power outlet. The power is 110v. As we were only there one night, we didn't try any of them but everything seemed well looked after. The RV area is a large lot in the back corner of the hotel property. We would stay here again.

Still 360. Very nice staff. Pool was very cold and not so clean, but the kids went in anyway.
Nice playground, mini golf is 25 per persons...
I don't think there was electricity, but water and drain at all site.
Restrooms very clean.
We were only two rv.

Place was empty when we stayed here, VERY CLEAN bathrooms!
Hot shower, even soap and toilet paper provided. Pretty fast internet. Paid $360 pesos for an overnight stay.

Nice, clean, good food. A bit on the pricey side but better than I expected.

Stayed one night on way S. Hotel restaurant Open late and very good. Electricity not working at all sites. Staff very accommodating. Didn't use other facilities. Would definitely stay here again, especially to enjoy dinner. Try the cambuches!

373 pesos per night. credit cards accepted. nice walk inside the grounds. clean bathrooms w/hot water, soap & toilet paper. we had 1 pair sandals missing in the morning-watch your things!

Very good for the price. For not much more than the price of a shower at flying j, which are very good, all facilities are here with the possibility of good food and ambience. As regards tenting me and my wife have camped with our motorcycle in much worse places without the facilities.

Waiters in bow ties, mini golf, and a big neon sign. A quirky throwback stop. Parking area is pretty basic, and the prices are on the high end ($360 for parking/camping and ~$900 for a room), but there is something charming about it. Also, there is a pool.

this place got expensive they are asking for 360 pesos for a might now.

The Inn and Trialer park is right off of the Highway as you pass through Matehuala, and is also right across the highway from the Walmart (Which is a good reference point). It cost us 250 peso a night to stay here, and the RV park is at the very back of the facility in a gravel parking lot. RV's of all sizes would have no problem here, but Tenters would have a rough place to set up camp. The pool was completely dry, and the minigolf was a little run-down. There was Electricity and Water available at each site, and the bathrooms were relatively clean. They have a night watchman who when we visited, was very friendly and assured us that the area is safe (although there seemed to be a "short-cut" for locals through the back part of the parking lot). With that being said, we had no problems.

Not a bad place, gravel parking-lot style camping in the back of a motel. Good internet a clean washrooms. Cockroaches on steroids all over the place to watch out for.