Informal camp

Minas Viejas parking lot | Informal Campsite

Mexico
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Details

Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: 22.375963, -99.317271
Altitude: 301.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Unknown
Showers: Cold
Water: No
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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there is a small parking lot about 20 meters past the entrance to Cascada Minas Viejas. it's the parking lot for the waterfall but no problems staying there overnight. Free

we stayed there one night, no cars passing by, really quiet. no bathrooms but you can use the restrooms and showers inside the park for $5 pesos.

you can also tent camp inside park, we saw some people setting up their tent and there did not seem to be a fee other than the $30pp to enter

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Parking lot still free overnight. Campground currently closed as are toilets. Can plug in electric at office from 6pm-7:30am. Very quiet.

Stayed for one night for free in the parking lot a few meters away from the ticket booth. It was very calm and felt safe, we parked right next to the toilets, which were open all night. 30MP/pp for the entrance to the waterfall. There is another parking lot down the dirt road (not sure is free), but it was pretty steep and you just get a little bit closer to the waterfall, the difference is not huge.
Amazing place. Not too crowded, in the morning we were alone until 10 am (we didn't have to pay for another entrance ticket). Life vests are supposed to be mandatory. No telcel signal. Expect lots of potholes if you're coming from Tamasopo.

Very quiet place to park at the entry of Minas Viejas. Just by ourselves that night, felt very safe.

there is a small parking lot about 20 meters past the entrance to Cascada Minas Viejas. it's the parking lot for the waterfall but no problems staying there overnight. Free

we stayed there one night, no cars passing by, really quiet. no bathrooms but you can use the restrooms and showers inside the park for $5 pesos.

you can also tent camp inside park, we saw some people setting up their tent and there did not seem to be a fee other than the $30pp to enter