Camping Ser | Established Campground

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Last Visited: 4 months ago
GPS: -41.095637, -71.507734
Altitude: 782.6 masl
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Electricity: Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: Yes
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Great Camping with lots of trees in Colonia Suiza with very good facilities and a very helpful and nice host. We enjoyed a very comfortable living room, good WiFi and full equiped out- and indoor kitchen. There is an easy bus connection to Bariloche. They have also several cabanas and little stores and restaurants nearby. We paid Arg.Pesos 60 per Person/night.
In January 2018 - 150 pesos.

Update February 2020:
Arg$ 300/person/night, motorhome is free
Bus No. 10 to Bariloche (schedule attached) for Arg$ 35, but you need a SUBE-card.


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Good camping, with wifi, potable water and hot showers. Very close the center of the village.

300 per person/night. No charge for the MH.

Lovely campsite for vehicles and tents. 300pppn. Not too busy on our trip, everyone had plenty of space. Safe and quiet, Wi-Fi pretty good for working if you go inside the dining room. We were able to borrow the SUBE card to ride the bus into town and travel the circuit while leaving vans at the campsite. Great option for Bariloche!

The host is very welcoming and friendly, the showers are good (hot and good pressure) and the village is fun. Unfortunately when we were there it was very busy with lots of tents all very close together. Almost all the tents were on very dusty dirt so after two nights our tent and every item in it was covered in dust.

I don’t think I’d stay there again as I prefer somewhere a bit quieter.

Ana is a really nice and helpful person! We had two quiet nights.
You can go by bus no.10 to Bariloche. I attach a picture of the schedule. One way was Arg$ 35, but you need a SUBE card. Ana offered us one, but we had a card from Buenos Aires (SUBE card works all over Argentina).
Camping is now Arg$ 300/person/night, motorhome is free.

cordialidad y buenas instalaciones: WiFi y todo para hacer de tu estadía tu casa..

We spent Christmas at Anna’s campground where we met up with friends. There were plenty other Overlanders there in addition to hikers, bikers and families in the cabins. The kitchen and communal room was very cozy and warm, much appreciated on these unusual cold nights. Anna went out of her way to welcome everyone to the celebration on Christmas Eve.
We all had a great time, bathrooms and showers were clean. Paid 400 pesos for 2 people in a truck camper.

Very good camping, cheap (400 pesos for 2 persons with a campervan, for one night). Good for dogs too. The women is very friendly. Hot showers with good pressure.
I recommend this !

I was stayed in camping ser for two weeks because the first week i have fever and flu. Anna is really a nice person offered me cabanas for free because she saw me sick and it was a bit cold that time with raining sometimes. But i refused it because i feel comfortable to accept it and i was ok inside my tent . For the tent, it just 200peso in December 2019. Have everything there, complete kitchen, clean toilet with toilet papers, hot shower , bbq places. This campsite cover with trees everywhere. Less than 5mins walking to the beach, the village kiosk(centrals), and the only one groceries shop in this village... you can park your car or campervan for free if you plan to go somewhere. And i came here with motorbike .

Spent 3 Nights here since Bariloche seemed to be an unsafe place to wild camp. Ana is a lovely host who also recommended us to leave the car at the campsite while hiking because of car break-in. Enough hot showers for everybody and a big kitchen to use!

Nice campsite. Big water for hot shower and big fire of stove in Kitchen. There is also have Argentina BBQ equipment the size looks a shop^^Nice stay. 200 peso per person for camp in car.

price now 250 pppn with tent.
wifi very slow and not many people connected.
try to reach the owner or the office at 5 p.m. but it was impossible. things seems very old , I liked the location but
did not stay.

Friendly owner! 200 pesos p/p. Quite busy and everything is a little tired and dirty. Showers hot and WiFi fast but we are not staying another night.

As described, nice camping with friendly staff. Argentinian facilities..

Friendly place, shade, good indoor and sheltered outdoor common areas. The owner had a bbq feast with some returning overlanders/guests and we were invited as well. Had a great time meeting others this way.

Nice campsite with lovely owner. Lots of shady places for tents and small rigs. Big and well equiped kitchen and common room. Decent WiFi.
Lots of school classes seem to camp here regularly. Because of this, Anna let us stay for free.
Toilets and showers were not fantastic but ok.
Keep in mind, off the season EVERYTHING in Colonia Suiza closes at 7PM!

very very good place, quiet and safe.
nice town, in weekends with "feria " food and beer.
ana is very friendly, in this moment the camping is officially close, but she leave us to stay for free 😍😍😍

Nice Campground. Very charming owner. Enjoied our stay.

Beautiful camping as everyone has said, and Anna was super friendly! Lovely location too, just a short drive into town. we arrived for two days of rain intending to camp, but 2 beds in a heated cabin (all to ourselves as it's low season & a Monday/Tuesday) only cost 200 pesos, as opposed to the 150 for camping. Excellent deal for us!

Familiar, agua caliente, cocina bien provista, baños y duchas, comedor, wi-fi / Familiar environment, hot water, well prepared kitchen, bathrooms, shower, lunch room, wi-fi

Very nice camping! We stayed here for three nights. Ana is just the best host and cares a lot.
Good showers and bathrooms. Wifi is pretty slow, but it could be worse.
There is a kitchen and a common room you can use.
There is a lot of shadow from the trees. If you need sun for your solar panels, like we did, it‘s a bit difficult.

As mentioned the lady running this place is lovely. Price was 125pp but that was with negotiation & mentioning iOverlander.

in the high season this place is really busy and dusty. we stayed for one night because we arrived late and had to but there's not much going for it. Maybe in the off season it's nicer.

The place is packed on a February Sunday. Outside people are stepping on each other's feet because of the feria. We met the host and she offers us a place for the camper and our family of four for 300 peso. She is very friendly. It is a really pretty place with all the facilities described. The ground is dusty but the rest is nice. On the outside of the camping there are 'for sale' signs. Super close to a crowded beach. Had a quiet night and a peaceful morning. Met some german overlander here.

Good option to camp in Colonia Suiza. Good infrastructure, clean and well managed. We paied 300 ars for 2 peoples.

ótimo camping. Ana é muito cordial e simpática! passamos o ano Novo. é bom e barato. possui cozinha disponível a todos e local para comer compartilhado. churrasqueiras, local para lavar e estender roupas. Ana disponibiliza detergente, grampos, sal, óleo, fósforos, lenha... clima muito agradável aqui! super recomendamos. pagamos 250 pesos para 2!

great camping. Ana is very friendly and friendly! spent the new year here and full can suffer a bit ... falls light, warm bath. but lacks because it is good and cheap. has kitchen available to all and place to eat shared. barbecues, place to Wash and extend clothes. Ana offers detergent, Staples, Salt, oil, matches, Wood ... climate very nice here! Super recommend. pay 250 weights for 2!

What a wonderful stay! We spent Christmas and New Years here with a bunch of other overlanders and it was hard to leave. Ana welcomed us in like family and we had an amazing time using the parilla and sampling local cuisine. Hot showers, strong wifi, multiple kitchens, heated indoor space, power (with extension cord), situated steps away from charming Colonia Suiza -- what else can you ask for? $125pp, cheapest we found in the area. Check it out if you're looking for something close to Bariloche!

Lovely camping place. Agree on previous comments on kindness and hospitality !! We paid 200 peso's for a family with 2 adults and 3 children.

In our opinion this is the best campground for your money near Bariloche. Super friendly owner. Ana is very attentive and helpful. Camping prices vary depending on the season. We pay 140 per person during low season. No charge for vehicles. Hot showers. Average speed internet. Big kitchen, large dining/hangout area. Parrilla pits and outside cooking shack. Highly recommend.

CLOSED until 23.12.2017!

Such a lovely stay - and the incredibly friendly owner (Anna) certainly enhanced the whole experience. Plus it was quiet, the showers are HOT and strong, WiFi works well near the main building (this campground also seems to be the only one in the area that even has WiFi), there’s electricity, shade, and the only other people there were staying in cabins. Good spot to base yourself for all the hikes in the area, too.

Closed, Looks like the compound is for sale. Maybe just to early in the season.

Lovely place. We rolled in just as a three day snowstorm had started, hoping to find a campground open and some power and hot showers. Anna welcomed us with open arms even though she was officially closed. And she told us right away that it would be free. Perfect spot for us in this cute little village during these cold days. Never ever ever in two years from Canada to Patagonia did any owner of a campground tell us to stay as long as we like without having to pay. Recommended. P.S. No problems for us entering and leaving the town, we are 5 tons and 6m long. Both bridges go until 10 and 21 tons

still all good, paid 100 pp, stayed 3 nights

No problem to access the camping by both roads with a 7m, 4t+ motorhome.

Nice camping with friendly owner and her three dogs. Clean toilets and hot shower. You can use the big indoor kitchen (incl pots ans and pans) and sit inside. There is also a outdoor kitchen. Recommended!

Nice campground in Colonial Suiza and friendly owners. There is potable water, a kitchen, hot showers and loads of trees. The neighbor house has a laundry service. Just ask the owner for direction.

Anna the owner is very kind. A lovely place to stay . All facilities. We recommend !

At the moment 130 pesos and it takes 1,5 hours and two buses to go in the center.
BUT Anna is indeed very friendly.

As everyone else said - lovely campground with lots of shade. Not too much space for campervans though. Mainly tents around. Wifi is pretty much non existent once there are a few people using it (9am onwards). It's now 120pp and no charge for the camper.

Relaxing, quiet, nice, lovely. We love this place.
Campingowner Anna is verry kind.
Top Wifi. Verry good Toillets and Douche. And a lot of shade.
Have been here for a Week :-)

Wonderful place. Unfortunately it's mostly used for large children's groups (mostly primary school age) who stay up late, so not tranquil although the kids were very well behaved. Only room for 2 small vans realistically. Access for heavy vehicles (over 10 tonnes) probably difficult as rickety wooden bridges on both roads into the village and low branches. However the bridge at ? the eastern end says 21 tonnes. There's a lovely pebble beach beside the lake a few minutes down a path which is just opposite the entrance and there are great walks nearby. Also the best chips & cakes at stalls at the little craft village on the same side of the road as the camp a few minutes up the road by the shops. These may only be open on Sundays and Wednesdays. The delightful manager, Ana, wouldn't charge us as there were so many groups here. (We paid anyway.)

Great and peaceful Camping at Colonia Suiza. The Colonia Suiza is wonderful place and there is a fair with handmade products produced directly from locals. Camping is secure and Directly next to the policestation. Bus station Nr. 10 to Bariloche is next to the Camping. There are some tracks to walk and it's near to Llao Llao. Ana was the best host we ever had here in Southamerica. She helped us with everything and gave us a lot of information. There is a great kitchen, good warm showers and a Camping with trees. Wifi works good all over and is fast.

Open during low season! Anna is very hospitable, she offered us to stay for free and let us cook and eat in the house just because she had a couple of school groups camping. They didn't bother us so we paid nevertheless.

Great place, very nice and helpful owner!

The price is now 90 pesos per person, no charge for vehicle. Everything works great. However, when it is windy, the dust in the camping area is horrible. Other than that, it was a nice stay.

Charged 90pP high season prices. It's basically a medium size pine tree lot lined by strange little cabañas and a large building with kitchen, eating/computer room, and bathrooms. Wifi was decent. Good hot showers. Bathrooms with toilet paper. I believe they have laundry service, on top of simple hand washing stations. There are bbq places. Lots of tents dispersed all over and full of backpackers. The place isn't very pretty but fairly comfortable. There are no assigned spaces and it was a little chaotic. The owner is very welcoming though which makes up for a lot. They have two or three male dogs but were ok with more pets. Stayed two nights.

Very nice campground in Colonia Suiza village. Good price and good facilities. Friendly hosts. Could leave our car there overnight during our mountain hike. Walking distance there are some restaurants and touristic stuff, but nice atmosphere.

Welcomed us with open arms. Very Pet friendly. Can we pay with Chileanos? Sure no problem. Super friendly and nice place. Hot hot showers. Free electric hook up, free potable water. Even lent us her bus pass to get to downtown. She charged us 50 ARG per person. Stayed for 4 days. Very recommend

Perfect place to recharge the batteries (literally and figuratively). Good WiFi and power available. We stayed for free as there were many chicos staying and Ana was concerned that the noise would bother us. Great kitchen area with gas cookers. Potable water available. Usually 60 per person.

Anna is very hospitable! Nice place with warm clean showers and good WiFi!

Very nice spot, friendly people, kitchen, hot water. Price 50p/P

Great Camping with lots of trees in Colonia Suiza with very good facilities and a very helpful and nice host. We enjoyed a very comfortable living room, good WiFi and full equiped out- and indoor kitchen. There is an easy bus connection to Bariloche. They have also several cabanas and little stores and restaurants nearby. We paid Chil.Pesos 60 per Person/night.