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A central place in Loreto with plenty of space for RVs and a few flat patches to pitch tents or park small camper vans. Toilets with paper and soap. There is a nice covered common area for campers with electricity plugs and tables and wash sink to do dishes. On site DIY laundry available. WiFi available, but with varying speeds. Antenna attached to reception. Very well looked after by Mrs Yolanda.
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We have stayed here for the last four years. Yolanda is very accomodating. The bathrooms nad shpwers have hot water and are immaculatly clean. WifFi sketchy during normal hours. 25 full hook up's, 7 car camping, 12 tent sites. Presently rates are $19 full, $16 no power, $5 dry. Bewing in town sites are vert tight, but very doable. Excellent sequrity! All in all a great place to stay. Be it a night or sevral weeks or months.Report Check-In
If you have a big rig, check ahead of time to reserve a spot recommend. We lucked out on getting a easy in and out spot. 30 pesos for laundry. Very clean. Been here many times, is close camping and usually full. Best camp though for big rigs. 3 or 4 spots to get in and out.Report Check-In
A very well run RV park with all the amenities. But when it gets busy, they tend to pack you in very tight. Not much room or privacy, but this is typical of all the downtown parks in the area. Internet is OK until it fills up. Hot shower and good laundry.Report Check-In
Very clean and crowded park. Dry camping for 200 p. One night to see Loreto. Local hikes are spectacular!! Tabor Canyon and San Javier were fantastic.Report Check-In
This place makes a can of sardines look spacious.
Im not sure how anyone can actually enjoy a stay here, and I’m convinced the people who are here longer are just caged in these tight quarters and can’t get out. 🥴
I pulled in to just dump tanks and Yolanda told me she no longer offers the service but I could for today only. She was going to charge $60 pesos and I mentioned it being $50 and she agreed. But said it’s no longer something she offered.
It’s ridiculously tight in here… even if she did continue dumping services… I’d definitely dump elsewhere. I have a 24 ft rv that felt cramped just navigating in and out. Not a space I’d even pass through again…
Decent enough location. Stopped in, planning to stay the night but the spots were on top of each other. Just ended up flushing my tanks, stopping by the supermarket and getting back on the road. Paid $50p to dump.Report Check-In
Just two showers for the whole campers community. Wifi is totally worse. Stay just 1,5 meter away from the next RV/Trailer. Absolutely not recommended.Report Check-In
Just checked in. $19 USD or $380 pesos a night. Didn’t seem negotiable (I’m staying two nights). So far Yolanda is great, site seems secure. Super packed here. Water and electricity hookup and spotty WIFI at your site!!. Laundry 30 for wash 30 for dry.Report Check-In
Full hook up campground with laundry services and relatively close to town. Clean facilities. I would recommend as a stop over to dump and
refill with water or if you are staying in town for a few days. It’s nice to have full hook ups after dry camping for a while.
Very friendly campground. 300 pesos for electricity hook up
Nice shaded area, warm (or not if you prefer :) showers with private toilet.
Close from everything!!!
Beau camping, très sympa. 300 pesos pour électricité. Près de tout! Douches chaudes ou tiède, en c'est temps chauds, avec toilette privée. Grand endroit à l'ombre.
Exploravan du QC au Costa Rica!Report Check-In
je recommande ce petit camping très bien situé en centre ville, calme, avec emplacement sympa pour poser une tente ; douche propre et chaude ; patronne très arrangeanteReport Check-In
Nice campground. Washing machines and dryers. Clean
toilet and shower. Very friendly staff.
Tight spots, but not as tight as Romanita (where they offered us a spot in between two occupied palapas) and fewer visitors. Semi-permanent snowbirds on the outside of the terrain. No Mexican visitors here.
Nice communal area with BBQ. Well maintained and clean. Good pressure hot shower. WiFi comes and goes, not good enough for video chats.
Price for two persons is MXN 320 for the sites with full hookup, MXN 200 for dry camping (in smallish spots) in the back.Report Check-In
Nice place, very friendly and clean. Like having laundry on site and since we are in a small van we enjoyed the community palapas for eating, cooking and cleaning.Report Check-In
If you enjoy sleeping, don’t stay here. Place is packed to the brim with other RVs, mostly from Canada. People are friendly and it is safe and clean.Report Check-In
Perit camping sympa personnel tres accueillant a 1 kms du joli centre. Le meilleur a loreto 100 pesos petite place et 260 plus grande. Machine a laver 30Report Check-In
Central for sure to cute and quaint Loreto, which means tight spots and dogs and then dogs and roosters at night. It's spotless, best showers I've had, do it yourself laundry on site, or have it done across street. I'd try Romanitas next time, also right in town, but looks more spacious.Report Check-In
Nice safe park near everything. Steady electric at 115 volt. Friendly management. Nice laundry across street where they return your clean cloths well packagedReport Check-In
Traveling with 24’ RV trailer, FHU, tight accommodations, easy walking to the plaza, agree with amenities comments.Report Check-In
Nice RV Park. Squeezed in very tight. WiFi great one minute, gone the next! Awesome showers. Laundry available for a fee. Lots of seasonal snowbirds! Like mini British Columbia here! We are recharged, re-watered, tanks dumped and headed for a wild spot again. Would stop here again. Walking distance to everything. 380 peso/night. Class.C towing Jeep.Report Check-In
I have spent over 4 weeks here in the last 14 months. I have voice control of my dogs and no matter where I go they always listen to my commands. Owners of dogs need leashes when they do not have control of their pets with their voice. I know this is not for everyone. It works for us. The owner approached me and said if I did not put the leash on my dogs I would not be welcomed back. I explained my dogs are well educated and only are placed on a leash when rarely punished. It did not matter to her. I did not bring to her attention that water was leaking in the bathrooms, the Wi-Fi did not work for three days and there were 15 other dogs here. This used to be my favorite RV park in Baja. It’s still good if you have to chain your pets. I’m fair and easy but Im not in Mexico for more rules. Disappointing endingReport Check-In
the place is open again, after it was closed for several weeks. Lots of space
at the moment.
Sign on gate says Temporarily Closed. No notes as to when they will be open.Report Check-In
Not sure if it was a bad day for the place or not but the entire day and night the RV park smelled like crap. Literally. Smelled like sh*t! To make matters worse, the stray dogs on the street were barking ALL night non stop.
Shane bc it’s a cute little place and the guy who looks over it is super nice (Jose) but would not stay again only bc of the smell and dogs barking. Normally i wouldn’t complain but if I was woken up in the middle of the night by the smell AND the barking, then it’s pretty bad.
Nicely laid out campground in downtown Loreto. Basically a gravel secured parking lot but nice showers, laundry facilities, flush toilets and decent wifi. Charge was $10 US for no hookups. Only two blocks from the beach. 4G coverage on Verizon.Report Check-In
Great spot! Will stay here next time through. Caretaker helped us right away picking a spot that fit our needs best. Location is perfect for a walk to harbor, restaurants, and town. Spots are close together but it’s in the heart of the city! No 30 amp or 50 amp power so expect only 110 power. I wish the website and phone would work for future reservations. Nothing is worse than getting there and they are full or closed!Report Check-In
Exactly as described. Pretty, gated community - super secure. We were greeted when we arrived and everything was well-explained by Yolanda herself. Rates are as described and posted for you to see. Nicest bathrooms I’ve seen in all of Baja.
Few blocks walk from Malecón and central plaza. Lots of markets and restaurants.
Only downside for us (we’ve been boondocking) was the noise of being in a city. No worse than anywhere probably, but to hear roosters and dogs all day (and a lot of the night) was hard. Garbage truck came by at 5:30am and woke me up through ear plugs.Report Check-In
If comparing it to sites in the States it doesn’t complete. However, as far as sites go in Baja, it ranks in the top 10%. Note that although it says power, it’s only a 20a, 110v receptacles. Everything else is as described and there are 3 little old ladies across the street that will do your laundry. Believe it or not, I pulled a 44’ 5th wheel in here! Don’t try it! Just driving through town to get here pulling any RV is a rush you want forget, let alone the turn you have to make to enter the gate.Report Check-In
We stayed at this place for 10 days. It is clean and well maintained. Very friendly and helpful staff. Walking distance to shops, restaurants and beach. Highly recommend.Report Check-In
Very nice place near to the beach. For dry camping and for the rich guys too😬😬😬😬
Good wifi, clean bathrooms, nice área for cooking, laundry machines.
Lots of orange trees for a nice morning juice...!!
The owner is very nice and friendly.. right around the corner there is a place for buying fresh fish.
Two blocks away there are a nice couple of restaurants.
We paíd 180 pesos for night...
Enjoy the place..!!
Super clean park and the least expensive I have been in all of Baja. They have everything you need including laundry facilities. Local store only 2 short blocks away. No shade or tables. Great location.Report Check-In
As described - nice, safe and well kept place within walking distance to the seashore and the touristic places. Quiet. Payed $350 with hook-up. Good wifi.Report Check-In
I love the place to the core. I’ve stay there every time I come through, since the first time I came to Baja.Report Check-In
A beautiful campsite that is larger than the others in town. Also nicely laid out with warm and clean and hot showers and clean toilets. There is also a covered '' room '' where you can sit together in the evening or in the morning. The owner is a very nice elderly lady with whom you can get along well she has a lot of patience for people who don't speak Spanish so well.
We paid for our Syncro T4 without electricity 180 Pesos or 4,97€.
In addition, we got a piece of paper where the prices were again on it it says 2018/2019 on it she said but they are still valid.
Just ask friendly :-)
It is very central and nice
Ein schöner Campingplatz der größer ist als die anderen in der Stadt. Zudem schön angelegt mit warmen und sauberen und warmen Duschen sowie sauberer Toilette. Es gibt auch ein überdachten '' Raum '' bei dem man zusammen sitzen kann abends oder morgens. Die Besitzerin ist eine sehr nette ältere Dame mit der man sich gut verstehen kann sie hat viel Geduld für Leute die nicht so gut Spanisch sprechen.
Wir bezahlten für unseren Syncro T4 ohne Strom 180 Pesos sprich 4,97€.
Dazu haben wir noch einen Zettel bekommen wo nochmal die Preise drauf standen es steht zwar 2018/2019 drauf sie meinte aber sie seien noch gültig.
Einfach freundlich fragen :-)
Ist aufjedenfall sehr zentral und nett!
Nice place, very helpful owner. Perfect spot to run all errands. Cleanest showers/toilets we have met on the Baja so farReport Check-In
This place has blown up since posting here last. Yolanda and Rick must be stoked!Report Check-In
Folks are very friendly. Good bathrooms and showers, but only four shared for the whole campground. Laundry is handy and there’s waterReport Check-In
Nice park with hot showers, eating area and dish washing sink. Play yard for kids. You are tightly packed in but grounds are nicely landscaped and long termers are nice. We negotiated $12/night for a truck camper with electric. On sites laundry for $60 pesos wash/dry or pay $80 pesos per load across the street at lavenderia. DEFINITELY BUY TAMALES FROM TAMALES LOS CERRITOS—$16pesos each and the best we’ve ever eaten!!Report Check-In
Very Friendly owners, clean hot showers, full hookup and a short walk to the Town square. Would stay here again. A bit hard to find but well worth it.Report Check-In
Nice place to stay for a couple nights. The showers were hot and good pressure. There are 2 bathrooms with a shower and toilet and 2 more showers that did not contain toilets. We decided to get electricity for the night. Would recommend this place.Report Check-In
nice place hot showers pretty close to yer neighbors for 320 pesos a nightReport Check-In
Nice and Quiet, walking distance to town. Has all facilities.Report Check-In
Great little RV Park. I like the vibe here better than one of the others we checked out. Older expats that seem to all know each other and are very friendly. Yolanda who manages the place is awesome. Very accommodating. the showers are the cleanest, warmest and best functioning I've seen in Baja so far. bathrooms super clean.
we are truck camping and at first opted for the back by the campgrounds but quickly moved toward the front as it's farther from the street and felt a little more secluded and safer. they shut the gate at 10 pm.Report Check-In
As described. Paid 90 pesos for dry camping. The showers are cleans and hot. Well located: 5 blocks from downtown. Noisy.Report Check-In
They sure pack them in here. Especially at the back for the campervans. If not for the vacant spaces on both sides of me, I wouldn't be able to open my side doors. Same with the truck camper over there - the stairs to their side door extend into the vacant space beside them. And some of the bigger rigs in the serviced sites - they must have built the park around them.
Still, the showers are hot and clean. The toilet flushes - but just one per gender for a lot of sites. On site laundry and a lavandaria right across the street. Good wifi - when it works which so far seems to be most of the time. Short walk to the beach and everything else. Owners/managers very friendly and accommodating.
Inexpensive at 90 per night for 1 in an unserviced site.Report Check-In
Good Campground, well maintained, a bit noisy but ear plugs help - it's Mexico isn't it 😂
Paid 180 Pesos for a dry Pickup Camper.
great camping with laundry, showers and WiFiReport Check-In
small campground as described by others. showers hot and clean.Report Check-In
Stayed another 3.nights for 480Pesos at a dry site- if you want a silent night better choose site No. 2-3....No.7.is quite noisy during the morning and the Rushhour!Report Check-In
Stayed 3.nights, paid 160Pesos a night; the restrooms are still in a good shape- very clean! roosters and barking dogs are a part of Loreto..you’ll get along with that we like it here!Report Check-In
Nice location. Rooster city at 5 am. Great group of expats.Report Check-In
Nice spot walking to beach and town center. If you like to hike one of the residents has created a guide for the area and sells it onsite. Great base for kayaking, snorkeling and hiking.
Great Showers, Community Area with Outlets.
WiFi is hit and miss but always works great earlier in the morning.
$18 full hookups. $300 for the month.Report Check-In
Sweet little campsite. We were cycle tourists and camped in the back. Great location and easy to walk to places. The best showers between here and Tijuana.
Bicycle tourists: ask for Pepe Cabañas at the office. He is a local bike mechanic that lives next door to the site as is an absolute bike whiz. He doesn’t advertise but he rebuilt a wheel for a surly and helped us with our Trek 920. Great day and much better than the stores in town.Report Check-In
200 MP for dry camping in our truck camper.
Clean and well taken care of. The showers and toilets were amazing.
About 15 minutes walk to downtown.
As per our arrival we had a couple issues getting there due to street repairs. This makes it harder to reach camp if you’re coming from downtown. If you’re coming from the north it’s quite easy.
Gets quiet at night.
Great little RV park. We were in the back area (nearest the bathrooms) and there were a few dogs barking late into the night and early morning. Spots closer to the front were quieter (though less shade).
Good for tents and hammocks.Report Check-In
Yolanda is super nice! My BF has stayed last year, so they remembered him, laundry is cheap for diy, or just down the street there is a nice little old lady who will do it for you! Haven’t tried yet, but may have them do our blankets since the washers here are not as large. Centrally located, mission and downtown are just blocks away. Showers and private bathrooms are also appreciated! Highly recommend this place! Super affordable compared to the hostel and hotels in the area! Great for camping too!Report Check-In
great location, price and facilities. The dogs and chickens go all night though and there are street lights in the campground. One night and gone.Report Check-In
2.nd time here- still very well maintained, same prices and a short walk into townReport Check-In
Our second time stoping here. Nice spot. Nice people. Well maintained.Report Check-In
Stayed 2.nights; 200Pesos/ night for a dry campsite; the restrooms are very well maintained, the WiFi was slow, the laundry=old North American washing machines=...the result was not as clean as we prefer but o.k; we like this place..perfect walking distance to town;Report Check-In
200 pesos for 2 people in a roof tent at the back. Wifi is rubbish. There seems to be a chicken farm nearby so be prepared to be awoken by the sound of 1000 chickens laying eggs and 200 roosters crowing.Report Check-In
Paid 160pesos for 2 people to sleep in van. Showers are nice and hot and wifi is decent near the office and communal space, where laptops etc can be charged. Not too far to walk to town.Report Check-In
Great spot and cheap if you have a small rig and don't need hookups. $180 pesos for two in a VW Vanagon. Showers and bathrooms are great. It's entirely Canadians here, most in large motorhomes.Report Check-In
Not a fan! This place was crowded like campsites in the US. My husband referred to it as, "camping at Cosco's" because the spots were so tight. It was expensive. There was internet but we could never collect. The owner charged us $18 USD w/electric. Only perk: it's in town.Report Check-In
Nice place to camp while scoping out the rest of the townReport Check-In
We crashed there on our first night in Loreto. The small spots were large enough for our 25' RV. No shades, Wifi wasn't good and the owner came back to us after registration process and on a ruf manner to ask for 3 more dollars so we could use the rig AC. Bad behavior and vibes. We moved the next day to El Moro RV park where we were nicely welcomed for the same amenities, closer to center town and half the price. Lesson learnt.Report Check-In
Open. Laundry mat diagonal across streetReport Check-In
Rivera del Mar es un lugar muy bonito, lleno de flores, atendido personalmente por sus dueñas, tiene todos los servicios, pero lo mejor son las regaderas de los baños con mucha agua, esta ubicado muy cerca del mar y cercano al centro del pobladoReport Check-In
Petit RV park avec toutes les commodités. Emplacements trop serrés. ..idéal pour 1 nuit et proche du centre à pied.300 pesos la nuit.Report Check-In
Popular campground with nice hot showers, bathrooms and hookups. Wifi is fast enough, town is 10 minutes walk away. When it is full, space could be tight. We stayed here 3 nights and did not hear the loud music others mentioned. 320 m$/night with hookups. Nice common area. Great washer and dryers for m$20 each load.Report Check-In
Excellent camping area. Good security, Friendly staff and well kept facilities. Narrow camping sites. Only 15A power but full hook-ups available,/ and big rigs can maneuver into the back-up sites. Pleasant stay and great value for money. Internet connection is slow.Report Check-In
Packed to the gills in mid Jan with giant snowbird rvs. Room in the tent area in back though if you're in a vehicle no larger than a van or SUV. The loud music a lot of folks mention is actually from a nearby gym. For us, it makes it much easier to tolerate knowing that. It doesn't go through the night and it didn't wake us up too early. Just be aware that it exists, bring ear plugs and smile knowing someone is having a blast working out to the pulsing music nearby!Report Check-In
Very nice, well kept spot. 80p for tent camping.Report Check-In
Clean RV Park. Paied 150 pesos (2 and a van). It was good for one night. We had wifi in the car, but not always good ([Password removed by moderator.])Report Check-In
Didn't sleep well because of noise. Dogs, rooster and loud music from the neighbors. We where in the tenting area.Report Check-In
Great place. 260 pesos for 2 pax without hook in. Early morning music from nearby crossfit training center. The owner already took actions against them but they don't know when they're going I move.Report Check-In
PROS: Wonderful facilities, clean modern showers, hot water, and nice shaded common area with Wi-Fi. $150 pesos for two people and $20 pesos for each washer or dryer load. Close walking distance to beach and the rest of town. CONS: Sleeping was awful. The worst in Mexico so far. A house about a block away was BLASTING music all night long. You have to have brain damage to enjoy listening to the same never-ending repetitive beasts that just NEVER stop. That is my only explanation for why the roosters were also going off all night long. I'm taking about 2-3-4am roosters talking to each other non-stop. Which makes the dogs bark. Yeah, fun times. Will not be staying anther night.Report Check-In
clean hot showers, close to town, 150 pesos for no hookups, 2 peopleReport Check-In
Very clean facilities, nice place as far as an RV park goes. We were small enough (LR defender 110) to fit in a tent spot and were charged M$150. Good HOT showers. Wifi slow and would only connect nearer to the office but probably as too many people were trying to connect and blocked from the wall of RVs in the middle of the lot!Lovely palapa/shelter area with tables and chairs and barbecue area. M$20 each for washer and dryer, large machines. Quite a compact lot that fit a lot in but pleasant area and walking distance to town and the beach.Report Check-In
Excellent rv park. Great location walking to beach and downtown. Run by efficient Yolanda. Hot showers ,wifi,laundry paid $18/ntReport Check-In
We didn't fit in a tent space but we were able to share a regular space for 150 pesos per vehicle (normally 240 pesos for a spot for 1 vehicle). It was quiet where we were sleeping, but we weren't right next to the property fence where the tent spaces are. Onsite laundry is 20 pesos per load for washer and 20 pesos for dryer.Report Check-In
RV campsite, very good. We stayed in a tent at the back for 150pesos - good, clean toilets with hot showers, central undercover area with tables, chairs and plug points. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Very popular and social. Fantastic spot.Report Check-In
Excellent. Clean, safe and close to downtownReport Check-In
Pro: Nice little Rv Park.Good and clean banos.You can walk into Loreto town...about 10min.Was 150 pesos ncluded Inet....showers...two people.
We parked our pickup at the rear gate.....usinga tent space.Nice big palapa for general use...so you can eat and sit around tables....even equipped only with a tent.
Con: not the quietest place....you will hear barking, streetnoise, music....City roads are direct nearby. Blowing Wind goes through, brings dust from the road..
overall a good, value stay.We stayed to nights.
very nice RV park
well maintained with clean modern hot shower
has laundry facilities
paid 270 pesos per night
two blocks from water, four blocks from town plaza
Campground close to town, clean showers, nice palapa, WiFi, washers and dryers ($20/load). Our vehicle (LR Defender 130) was small enough to fit in a tent spot which are cheaper ($160) then the RV sites.Report Check-In
Clean. Simple. RV park but still a great place.Report Check-In
Friendly owners. Paid 230 pesos for a parking place with electricity per night. Clean facility. Hot showers. Has pay laundry or laundry service across the street. Wifi was spotty at best. Campground was fairly full, but quiet. Location is close to the malecon and downtown.Report Check-In
This place is very well looked after. Good location. The showers are hot and internet can be fast, but not during the day when everybody is on it. Seems to be a popular spot amongst travellers as we met quite a few. Rates are $5USD (60peso) per person if you are intent spots at the end of park, $16USD for spots at front with no electricity, $18USD for spots with electricity. On site Laundry available.Report Check-In
Now closer to $20 USD. Friendly, English speaking owners. Several gringo permanent residents in the park. Fast internet. Be sure and take a boat out to Coronado Island and snorkel - should be able to get a private boat for $100 USD.Report Check-In
Miniature RV park with tight spaces.Report Check-In
- ca. 170 pesos
- nice showers and bathroom
- good fish tacos down the street (South)
- practically in the center of Loreto
- small parking space on gravel - not very pleasant for sitting outside, but there is a nice common area with a grill and seating
A nice campground with good showers and wifi. ~USD $10.00Report Check-In
A central place in Loreto with plenty of space for RVs and a few flat patches to pitch tents. There is a nice covered common area for campers with electricity.Report Check-In