Torres de Paine - Rio Serrano | Established Campground

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Last Visited: 10 months ago
GPS: -51.228067, -72.970950
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: Yes
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: No
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Excellent and well-maintained camping with good — although somewhat distant — views of the Cuernos del Paine. Each site has a fireplace and a great shelter with benches, lights, power and a table. Water available from outside taps at bathroom block. Clean, hot showers; toilets with paper. CH$10,000 p.p. wood/carbon excluded from price.


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Very nice camping with shelter, electricity on sites, clean bathrooms nad cooking places. The wind is not strong there. Little expensive - paid 20 000 CLP for 2 people with camper van.

Nice place, grassy, all spaces very clean. Shelters with tables for meals.

Decent place, but way too expensive for what you get. No WiFi, hot showers but only for short time. 20,000 Chilean pesos for 2ppl and a Land Rover. Definitely would pass if you can.

nice camping as said. a bit better than Pehoé. In Pehoé we were surprised with a quiet puma at the camping. the restaurant there is more expensive then the restaurant here. good food.
each 5 campspots have 1 baño.
some places can be a bit wet next to the river. Very good wind shelter. campspot 8.

Well maintained camping, place near the river. We were with a 4x4 campervan. Water and electricity available. Price 10.000 pesos chilenos p.p. Perfect spot close to the NP TDP.

As described, incredibly well maintained camping. Staff very nice. We intended to stay only one night but came back for a second after having compared with the other camping in the park (Pehoe). It was not so nice and more expensive (11000 pesos pp). We also went to the restaurant. A bit expensive but with a tremendous view on the mountains!

espectacular camping. todos los servicios y ademas todo impecable...

It's 10000 clp p.p.n. now. Water and power available from 8 am to midnight.

This camp is definitely OPEN. It was only closed for a few weeks after heavy rain. Probably the smartest campsite we’ve seen in South America, see comments below. We sheltered here from an ‘extreme high winds’ weather warning.

Currently closed due to high water level, check at administration.

Great campsite with restaurant lovely position and views

Just confirming descriptions below. Well maintained and nice campground, even if a bit on the expensive side (for foreigners). Recommendable.

Excelente camping. Limpo e organizado. Recomendo apesar do preço que achamos elevado. 25.000,00 pesos Chilenos a diária para o casal no Motorhome.

Good campsites with warm water, toilettes and fireplaces. 8.000 p.p. children under 12 pay less. Carbon 6.000 if one needs or wants it. Don't have to pass the entrance of the park. Off season with just 1 other couple here.

Nice camping with a shelter for each site and cooking space. Electricity at the sites. Price is $6000 pp for chileans and $8000 pp for foreigners. Showers mostly hot, but I had to keep adjusting the temperature to maintain it because it was very irregular. We were told there were only coals, not wood, for firing the parrilla, but we didn't get it so not sure if it's free or paid. Overall it's a good choice if you need shelter & showers.

As below written, just beautifull.
Price now 8000 per Person for foreiners.

Sehr schöner, gepflegter Platz, direkt am Fluss.

Staying another night because it was very nice and quiet! See description below.

Great scenic campsite by the river just before entering the NP. Each site has its own shelter with a table and two benches. Several clean bano buildings with two toilets and two showers each, toilet paper, soap, paper towels and even shampoo and conditioner provided. Each site has a parilla by the shelter that even has electricity and light. Peaceful place in the middle of nature. Very nice and helpful staff. They sell wood for 2000 per 20 pieces which is enough for two BBQ nights. Camping is 12000 per night for two adults in a Defender. Worth every peso! Enjoy and safe travels!

Grassy campground with trees just outside the park. Every pitch has its own shelter covering against wind and rain. Well maintained place. View on snowcapped mountains. CLP 12,000 (2 adults, camper)

All info current, but we missed the free firewood. Charged 6000 pp despite the signs indicating 7000. Great place if you're looking to be out of the wind and rain!

Beautiful and well maintained!! Worth the money (7000 pp). Hot showers, great private shelters.

This is total glamping. Power, hot showers, a fire pit, a covered picnic table. Cost was ~6000 clp, so not cheap, but not terrible. Location in the park isn't great, though. It's a long drive to scenery.

Great spot - $10,000 for two with free firewood. Just outside the park entrance. Gets busy on weekends - when we visited they were full on Friday night. On-site restaurant and shop.

It's quite a bit further away in terms of vistas than Camping Pehoe but otherwise better equipped and much better maintained. It's also quite a bit cheaper. We stayed at both camps and preferred Rio Serrano.

Well organised. small sitios. we paid 5500 per person.

Very nice campground! Nice owner, clean bathroom, big shelters and fireplace, cheaper and nicer than Pehoe

Camping at the southern entrance to the park. Nicely sheltered area with fire pits and wood and tables with benches in a sheltered area. Good place to fill up with water and get some hot showers. 5,000 pesos per adult, 2,500 pesos per child.

Beautifully kept and friendly. $5000CH pp with free wood. Very nice bathrooms and clean sites. Long views of the Torres. Much quieter and nicer camp than Pehoe. This Park is astonishingly beautiful and well worth the fee (which is good for three days). Also restaurant on site. Was not open when we were there.

Nice campsite with good views. Grills, shelters with benches, lights and a table. Power. Water available from outside taps at bathroom block. Clean showers and toilets. Pay Campsite. CH$10,000 for two with free wood included in price.

Camping with electrical hook-ups at the southernmost park entry. We didn’t stay.