Wild camp

Free Camping Area | Wild Camping




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Last Visited: 8 months ago
GPS: -44.744580, -72.699520
Altitude: 18.3 masl
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Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Unknown
Pet Friendly: Yes

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It is closed to camping. We were warned off by a guy who appeared very quickly. Signs for no camping too.

nice for one night in low season. Maybe you will get a local with loud music, I was lucky. I had only loud frogs. Good for a camper, solid ground at meters from the shore. Good night.

Like others I had some mixed messages regarding whether or not camping was allowed. I arrived in puerto cisnes, saw the map in the center with “municipal camping” indicated to the south and then even double checked with a woman at a tourism center that there was free camping south of the town. So I made the 2 km trek to the area and was told by the guard there that there was no camping allowed. I insisted a couple times and finally he led me over to a place he said I could camp as an exception. Not really sure what the deal is but I ended up staying two nights. Not the best location to be honest. Quite dirty with trash and dogs tried to enter my tent and steal my food. Worth a shot though if you have a car.

camping municipal con quedada gratuita.hay duchas con agua fría, baño en muy buenas condiciones, pileta para lavar la vajilla(aunque la use para lavar la ropa) y quinchos con fogones al centro. Queda a orilla del mar con una vista de la ciudad y de la bahía brutal. Muy limpio el lugar y acceso sin señalizar, pero preguntando a los lugareños por la Playa La Media luna enseguida te sabrán informar. ya llevar los víveres porque queda lejos se la ciudad si no se anda en vehículo

Beautiful sheltered beach and municipal park. Great views of both sunrise and sunset.

Tent camping IS allowed. We spoke to locals and one of the watchmen, who explained that this is a new rule, effective 2018.

Toilets with running water onsite and showers. All kept clean. Free to camp, although big rigs may be asked to park alongside the park, rather than in it.

The camping situation was quite unclear as we were told different things by different people. We then talked a while with the night guard and he explained that this is a day site until 23.30. If you sleep in your car, you're allowed to stay. But if you sleep in a tent, your can't.
The guard was very helpful though and pointed the tent campers literally 20m away where they could stay. Chilean logic! :)

There were some locals when we arrived but they didn't stay too long so the night was really quiet. Nice place. We went back to have our lunch after visiting town and a municipality workers told us that we could stay all day here but not sleep in our car during the night.
Clean bathroom, cold shower and sink to do the dishes.

Great spot for the night, space and facilities (cold outdoor showers, sink and water, toilets) . It is allowed to stay overnight and sleep in your vehicle. There is a very friendly security guard all night long.

There's a sign stating that camping is prohibited, but we stayed for one night along with another campervan. Good shelters for cooking, sinks for dishes and baños opened up in the morning.

we stayed here with our motorhome. there is a no camping sign for tents. a lokal seguridad official told us for motorcamper it's o.k.

if we had a choice we would have drove further....
but since it was really raining, we needed the shelter!
we took the last shelter, to be out of sight.
toilets were closed, barely wood and a lot of wind.

at night there were some locals, playing music and getting drunk (monday night!!)....
all by all a place to sleep and nothing more.

the brewery in the village was closed (low season), we heard it is worth a visit!

Two days max stay. Nice and helpful staff. Security at night. Everything very clean. Shelters for tents. Outdoor cold showers (beach like). Bathrooms 200pesos open from 9am to 7pm. With a good wifi Antena or a booster you can reach the ChileGob hotspot from across the bay.

Free camping área whith shower in water potable. Possibilit make beef in quincho. Place quiet in night whith secuirit.

2km before entering town. Nice area.