Hard packed sand/dirt at drive in close enough to the ocean to negotiate with 2 wheel drive vehicle. At present there are 4 vans, one small class C, a monster MOG and us, a 22 foot travel trailer. This is THE spot to be for turtle hatchlings release which happens every night in January and most nights in February. The road in is a bit daunting with some very tight turns. Would not suggest anything longer than about 30 feet. Sign posted says no camping but locals say they just don't want tents or temporary structures here. Spent 2 nights with no problems. No amenities and no services.
|Rice & Beans San Ignacio||
Great terraced park that offers parking for any size rig. Hotel and restaurant on premises. upper terrace bigger rigs, lower terrace smaller and has pool and 4 showers that are "adequate" Wi-Fi is very limited and does not work all that well away from the restaurant. Very friendly and accommodating. $200 pesos got us a good level spot within steps of the restaurant. Although some guides and signs indicate they take Visa and MasterCard, they may not if the internet is acting up. Bring cash....pesos and dollars work. A couple of the staff speak English, but with just a couple of words in Spanish under your belt it isn't a problem. Food here is very good and reasonably priced. if you have eaten at Rice and Beans in San Felipe, it is the same owners.
if you are on the upper terrace there is a bit of road noise but very quiet on the lower level.
There is a small pool that in warmer weather would be delightful.
This is a busy place if there are any races in town and is well known (and used) by the off road racing crowd.