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Check out our video review of the campground here: https://youtu.be/Chd1cMaX_l8

Hacienda de la Habana is a green oasis in the oasis town of Mulege. On an orange grove and surrounded by working farms, there is plenty of shade and greenery to give the weary desert traveler a nice change of pace. We paid 350 pesos for FHU/night.

Approximately one hundred meters down the road you can also purchase a whole bag full of fresh veggies straight from the farm. A big bag cost us 75 pesos which comes to about $4 USD.

Although it is about 3 km down a dirt road, we were traveling with a truck and trailer and got there just fine. There were also Class A's and other large campers there when we visited, so it is worth the trek. Although we more or less followed the directions from Mike & Terri Church's Baja Campground Book, once we located the "RV Park" sign, we were able to follow the signage directly to the campground.

Some of the cons of this campground. The dirt road in to the campground is a long one. I can't imagine trying to navigate it after a rain storm. There is only one bathroom and shower but it seems that most campers are showering in their rigs. The water pooled at the bottom of the shower, so there was a bit of a slow drain when we were there.

Some things that we appreciated: having free unlimited access to the oranges and the on site juicer, the security, the wifi, the full hook ups, the friendly staff, and the warm water and nice pressure in the shower. Oh, and they also provide toilet paper, hand towels, and hand soap in the bathroom. This seems to be lacking in most campgrounds in Baja.

Overall we really liked this campground and would definitely stay here again.

Blog: m.ena

Place: Hacienda La Habana

Visited: February 15th, 2019

Location: 26.870800, -112.018392

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