Informal camp

Park Entrance | Informal Campsite



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Last Visited: about 3 years ago
GPS: -22.935080, -68.232620
Altitude: 0.0 masl
Place Website:


Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: No

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Parking lot of Valle de Luna entrance. Free, quite and view is nice. All gravel lot, little dirt patches off the back. (Didn't tent but, pretty sure they are ok with about anything)
Comment: This park entrance has been marked as closed but this is incorrect, we are there right now and its the only access to Valle de la Luna! :) the other entrance west is closed. camping description is correct, you can camp in carpark for free but no use of facilities.


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We are spending here the 2nd night on the parking place with our camping car. The staff gave us the permission to do so.
Today the whole day the valle de luna was closed because of heavy rain last night.

Camping was is not permitted anymore on the parking lot after visiting the valley at sunset.

Talked to the people and they didn't want us to camp there as "it's ruining the image of the park..."

We were kindly allowed to stay there for the night but a grumpy old guard kicked us out (around 22PM) pretending the toilets are always dirty when people stay overnight. He said a couple of other BS so we decided to move :(

this place is open! this is the only access to VdL. camping descriptions are accurate

we asked at the office and they allowed us to stay overnight on the parking areal. For peoples with a tent it's maybe not allowed.

Valle de la Luna entrance prices: 8-11.59am: 2500 pesos, after 12:00 3000 pesos

We ask, if we drove out after sunset if we can stay for the night,no problem

it's not allowed to camp here anymore. they told us,because of campers,who did a big mess in the bathrooms. it's a shame to hear that:-(

stayed here 3 nights out of the noisy town
very quiet and free
at night look at the stars !!!

Asked the lady working if it's ok, without hesitation she said yes park anywhere it's fine. More quite than in town, won't complain about the view either.

Free camping and toilets available if you buy an entrance ticket to the Valle del La Luna...

Toilets were closed during the night, as the nightguard didn't show up