Camping ACA San Martin | Established Campground

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Last Visited: 5 months ago
GPS: -40.153250, -71.332867
Altitude: 673.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: No

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Camping is open. Next to the road but the only option for walking into the city.


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Closed between 01. May until 31. October 2019

Nice, clean and well-being organized place as described. A little on the expensive side. 250 Arg pp + 250 for car during off-season. In austral summer 375 pp + for car.

Very neat and organized campground. Clean and many facilities. 15min walk from center. Spots at the other side of the river have less road noise. 350pp. No charge for car.

Very good place. A bit loud with the road but we find a place across the small river and it was very nice. Hot water. Wi fi but doesn’t work very good. Expensive : 350$/p but it is the high season. 10min walk to the center ! Shops in 1 min walk.

Good place to stay couple nights.
Bit dusty but very close to city centre.
Clean bathrooms and perfect shower.

A good camping area a walk distance from the town. Electricity and some tables available. Great bathrooms, always clean and very good hot shower. We stayed for 2 nights and paid 1400 pesos for 2 adults.

Decent city camping, lots of families on Christmas eve, but also some youngsters. Road noise is only bad when you have to camp roadside.

Good Camping. Still off season so everything ok. Clean toilet and shower. Town walking distance. Road noise not really bad, sound of the river helps....250ap pP and 250ap pcar. 175ap as member of any automobil club.

After reading the other reviews we were prepared for the worst. But it turned out the camping wasn't that bad at all! Yes, it was dusty (we haven't seen many grassy campsites in Argentina..), yes it's near the road and yes it's quite expensive (250pp) but there's lots of space, the bathrooms were clean and the shower was really good! And the best thing is that you can walk from there into town for some delicious cordero (we went to Don Florencio restaurant yum yum yum). Oh there's a really nice panaderia one block towards the town, highly recommend it!

Good Camp i town but a Lot of noise from the street - best place a cross the streem - only 4 man’s toilets and no urinales - Way too long que in the morning - wifi very bad, unstable and slow prizy in season 275 ars pp

A dusty and very loud place. Nothing special.
Facilities basic and okay, but not very clean. Okay for one night if you travelled the whole day. Wifi sometimes works and sometimes not!
Quite expensive, even with a discount of the german ADAC Card

Great spot with the only downside being it’s proximity to the main road (with ear plugs I was fine but my partner didn’t have them and he slept very poorly). Hot and clean showers/bathrooms, surprisingly good WiFi, electricity at sites, and just a 5-10 minute walk into town. 140/person with AAA discount and 200/person without. Sounds like the price will go up in the high season.

payed 120pp with ADAX menbercard, road trafic noisy, 1 night,

With ADAC/TCS Card we payed 240 for 2 in a Landcruiser with rooftent.
WiFi is existing.... not more 😂

170pp. Wifi good, 10 mins walk to town centre and we had to buy car insurance, did laundry 120ar$, bought gas, chocolates ( there are couple of real nice shops), bread (good bakeries all over the town)had great Argentina type dinnerso all in all perfect stop. Road seems too close but it got quiet at night.

we paid 225 p.p.p.n (high season), good wifi near the reception, clean bathrooms, very shady

Der große Vorteil des Campgrounds ist seine fußläufig Entfernung zum Stadtzentrum. Dafür nimmt man den Lärm der dicht vorbei führenden vielbefahrenen Straße in Kauf.

We were turned away. Too early in the season I expect. We also tried in the garage next door with no luck.

A decent campground with all the facilities. Price was 100 pesos pp if you have a ACA or AAA membership, and 100 without a membership card. They accepted our expired AAA card from the US, but Dogs are not allowed, so we did not stay.

We were in need of some wifi so pitched up here for three nights ($170pppn). A bit dark, but the toilets and showers were pretty clean. If you choose a spot on the left hand side as you enter the gate there's a good chance the wifi will reach your van - we could even stream Netflix (with some patience)! Not the world's quietest campground, nor the friendliest, but otherwise this is an okay option close to town.

very nice campground has everything very clean. 170 pesos per person not a AAA or ACA member and 120 pesos if you are. Received discount with my us aaa membership.

Campsite closed when we were there. We saw that they cut most of the trees down. Not much shade left...

Was closed when we drove through on Nov 18th, 2015. The attendant said they don't open until mid-December.

A huge campground on the edge of town. It's very dark to camp with the huge, big trees, but maybe in summer time it's nice and cool. Toilets/Showers are very clean and Wifi.
We payed ARC 100,00 per person

Camping was closed when we were there (18 December 2014). Looks not very promising (dark sites) but close to town.