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Clean simple place. Lots of shade. Good hot showers. Good wifi in spots. Walkable distance from town. Electricity plugs everywhere. Sinks for washing dishes and clothes. Cats and dogs on site, but all very friendly and quiet. Maintenance guy will knock on your door to collect money daily around 8PM.
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$4.000 pesos per night for two people in a motorhome. Someone will come knocking nightly for that payment. Bathrooms are very clean. There is wifi, but we didn’t use it as the 4G here is so good.Report Check-In
We stayed one night 2p and motorhome and paid ARS 4,000.
Good hot showers. Toilets ok. Sites with electricity, BBQ and table. 1km to plaza. Prices at entrance. In evening someone comes by for payment
Great place - but make sure you have your ear plugs in place on a weekend. Two discotheques will keep you awake otherwise.Report Check-In
We spent 4 nights here. 2500 pesos for 2 with a small van. Great showers, HOT! Quiet at night and very close to town. No one at the reception but the same guy passes every night between 6pm and 8pm to take your money. Highly recommend this camping !Report Check-In
Lugar super seguro, bem na entrada da cidade (quem vem do sul). Minha esposa e eu ficamos 3 noites dormindo dentro do carro e pagamos $3.000/noite. Tem Wifi, mas não muito bom. Íamos a pé ate o centrinho. Espaço para todo tipo de carro e motorhome, inclusive caminhões. @esticaedaleeReport Check-In
Excelente opción! Amplio y seguro, baños limpios y en cantidad, duchas calientes, algunas mesas son techadas y entra la carpa abajo. Hay wifi pero no llega a todo el predio y se corta. La atención cordial. Muy cerca del centro. Precio acorde, $1000 x persona, $400 x auto y $400 x carpa. Super recomendable.Report Check-In
Be aware that Saturday nights, the local disco, aptly named CAOS, goes ALL NIGHT LONG.....YOU WILL BE KEPT AWAKE AT THE CAMPGROUNDReport Check-In
Supply and demand..Up to 1400 now. Next door shut..1000 +400 per tentReport Check-In
Good campsite along the way with good bathrooms and walking distance to town with everything you need (laundry, market, supermarket, restaurants). 4.000 A$ per night for one campevan and two persons.Report Check-In
A good spot within easy walk of the town square and many wineries. Also appears to be the only option at present as the neighbor is closed.
Pricing is still ARS1000 per person and 400 for the vehicle.
Finding a spot for the vehicle requires a little manouvering thanks to the many short poles placed around campsites but is manageableReport Check-In
área ampla para acampamento, duas pessoas em barraca de teto 2400 pesos. banheiros grandes com água quente todo o dia.Report Check-In
we were quoted 6000 per night for a van with 2 people and 2 dogs? crazy! we went to the spot next door and paid 2100Report Check-In
7/10 - Good
Northern part of camp site was so noisy until 4-5 am because of party in the weekend. A lot of birds sound in the morning.
Camping muy lindo en el ingreso sur a la ciudad de Cafayate. No es necesario estar afiliado al Sindicato de Luz y Fuerza para ingresar. Los precios por día.
$1000.- por persona.
$400.- la carpa.
Los baños son muy amplios y limpios.
El acceso al camping no incluye el acceso a la piscina ($500 extras por dia).
Parece que foi a única opção que sobrou em Cafayate, mas o camping é bem espaçoso e a estrutura é ótima. Tem até um local que vende comidas rápidas, onde comemos uma pizza.Report Check-In
The price has changed.
1000 pesos pp and 400 pesos for the van. We payed at the front gate and get a ticket.
A partir de 01 de janeiro de 2023 o valor passa a ser reajustado para $ 1000 pesos por pessoa e $ 1000 pelo veículo.Report Check-In
We stayed until the end of the year. Large camping, with barbecue, water point and electricity and wi-fi works close to the administration. The pool was closed. There is no reception, they charge in the car. Hot showers with good pressure but closed at night. It is very close to the center. We paid $1500 pesos (2 people and a defender). We were told that in the year 2023 the price would be $3000 pesos (2 people and a car) 😒
Ficamos até a virada do ano. Camping grande, com churrasqueira, ponto de água e eletricidade e wi -fi funciona próximo a administração. A piscina estava interditada. Não existe uma recepção, eles passam cobrando no carro. Chuveiros quentes e com boa pressão mas ficam fechados durante a noite. Fica bem próximo ao centro. Pagamos $1500 pesos (2 pessoas e uma defender). Nos avisaram que no ano 2023 o preço seria $3000 pesos (2 pessoas e um carro) 😒
Good place to camp when on the way to the south of Argentina. Price on december 2022 was 700 pesos, around 2.2 dollars per night.Report Check-In
Ficamos uma noite nesse camping. Boa estrutura, 10min caminhada até praça central. Cobraram 1000$ pelo carro e 500$ por pessoa.Report Check-In
Great place to spend the night, very quiet, near the city center, excellent showers, clean bathrooms, we pay ARS $ 1500 to 2 people + vw kombi and spent three nights here.Report Check-In
Typical municipal camping. Places for bbq everywhere and electricity close to every spot. Wifi at the reception building wich was not to bad. Showers hot and clean and the toilets too. They ask 500 pp and 1000 for the car per night. Many people here! Walking is only 10 minutes to centerReport Check-In
Good municipal camping with a lot of place for camper, big rig, rooftop-tent and tent. There are picnic tables. There are many trees and a swimming pool but it was closed and not including. There are a lot of dogs. Sanitaries (toilet and shower) are clean but the doors don't close. We paid 500ppn and 500 for our van with rooftop-tent.
Bon camping municipal avec beaucoup de places pour les vans, les caravanes et les voitures avec tente de toit. Il y a des tables de picnic à chaque emplacement. Il y a des arbres et une piscine qui était fermée et non inclus. Les sanitaires sont propres mais les portes ne ferment pas. Nous avons payé 500ppn et 500 pour notre van avec tente de toit.Report Check-In
We stayed for one night and paid 1'500 for two persons in a van. Bathrooms more or less clean. Many others overleanders.Report Check-In
Muy cómodo y tranquilo con todo lo necesario, amplios baños con agua caliente, luz y tomas de corriente, asadores, mesas y bancos. precio 500 por vehículo más 200 por personaReport Check-In
Good place to camp. Wifi only available near toilets.Report Check-In
Utilizamos só para tomar Banho, custou 250p.p. (Ótima ducha).Report Check-In
Quiet campsite, good location to visit Cafayate walking. 500$ pp + 500$ for our van.Report Check-In
Nice place, good hot showers, dog friendly. Power outlets everywhere. Paid 1000 pesos for one person in a van.
Wifi didn’t work that well, wouldn’t count on it.
It's closed in August 2022Report Check-In
VERY EXPENSIVE !
The most expensive camping we had in Argentina so far : 500$ pp + 1000$ per vehicule (children <10 don't pay).
Otherwise, very nice camping.
Shower hot and with nice debit.
Shower and toilets very clean (but toilets without toilet boards, as usual in AR).
Wifi of poor quality, only at the reception.
Swimming pool was closed in march.
Not far from pueblo center, reachable by foot.
Nice view on moutains and vineyards.
Ok camping, it was noisy at night and quite sandy. We paid 500pp + 1000 for the motorhome. The pool was closed.Report Check-In
Good place if you want to stay close to Cafayate, in a calm area. Sanitary okReport Check-In
Camping bem localizado, os banheiros limpos mas sem lugar para pendurar sacolas, ou colocar shampoo, cuidado muitas áreas tem arames baixos , rompemos um com nossa Van, sorte que não danificou.Report Check-In
The camping is well structured. There is drinking water, hot shower, enough areas with trees, tables and barbecue grills. There is also a manual hoop for washing. Very quiet and quiet. Wi-Fi is a bit slow and picks up only at some campsite points. It is close to the square and the main road of the city. We paid $ 500 weights per person + $ 200 weights for the vehicle.
O camping é bem estruturado. Há água potável, chuveiro quente, bastante áreas com árvores, mesas e churrasqueiras. Também há um cocho manual para lavar roupa. Muito quieto e tranquilo. A Wi-Fi é um pouco lenta e pega apenas em alguns pontos do camping. Fica próximo a praça e na estrada principal de acesso da cidade. Pagamos $500 pesos por pessoa + $200 pesos pelo veículo.Report Check-In
ótimo camping, pto de luz individual, água potável, banheiros limpos, duchas quentes, wife rápido, churrasqueira. 200 pp mais 200 a camper.Report Check-In
Spacious campground. Elec and wifi (with our antenna booster). 200pesos pp/pn plus 300pesos for vehicle.. Easy walk into touristy town. Lots of toilets and showers in decent shape. Quiet on a Sunday night.Report Check-In
Great place. quiet and cheap. nice spots in the shade to set up tents.Report Check-In
Nice Campsite, we had no WiFi on our site, empanadas were pretty good, small kiosque, pool was open again.Report Check-In
Camping ótimo , com banheiros bons e um chuveiro excelente! Muito bem localizado! Nos cobraram ARS 550,00 por 2 pessoas e motorhome.Report Check-In
If you have a big rig don't come here in the summer season, limited spots. We decided to street camp near the main plaza. Not as far to walk when you've done a few wine tastings and dinner. Lol.Report Check-In
Sorry, but not impressed! Unfortunately checked in before realising the other 2 that are marked almost next door as closed are now open or would have gone elsewhere. Actually be better camping on the river 100 m on than here. Crowded, muddy (torrential rain so toilets look like a refuge camp with everyone drying out), blocked and dirty loos, used tampax on the soap tray in shower, too many barking stray dogs. In its favour, the water is piping hot. And we paid 550 for 2 with car and tent. Good heap tortillas at gate though!Report Check-In
500 for 2P and motor home. Problems to find a nice place with a car height of 2,7 m! clean hot showers. Neighbours with incredible loud music during the whole night.Report Check-In
New prices in high season : 150 per person and 200 for our campervan. We left and tried the others campings.Report Check-In
Wanted 150pp plus 100 for tent! Looked elsewhere.Report Check-In
energia,água,banho quente,preço justo,piscinaReport Check-In
clean and well equipped campground for a comfortable night after few wild camp one the way.
price was 150 pp and 100 for a tent
They ask 100 peso's per person 80 per tent and another 100 for a car. The WiFi is really really bad everywhere.Report Check-In
Motorhome plus 2 people still ARS 350 (wanted to charge ARS 50 additional for our pickup truck, but relented when we said we were staying for 3 nights -- otherwise no discounts for long stays).
Showers ok, with warm water from 7AM until midnight, and good wifi near the showers (1.5MB/s down, unfortunately with frequent interruptions).
Not a lot of sites could accommodate our 7.2m-long and 3.2m-high motorhome, just 2 or 3 -- so keep this in mind if you're coming here with a big rig.Report Check-In
180 pp in a tent. Went to the municipal one which was closed, I slept in it anywayReport Check-In
As described. Spacious site. Large bathroom and shower block which were clean when I was here. Nice hot water. Ar$150 for vehicle. Ar$100 for adult. No discount for longer stays but it's a fair price
Swimming pool under maintenance when I was here. Lots of power points, water, wifi. No height restrictions. Close to town and Bodegas. It's the only one out of the 3 marked that is open at this time of year.
After all: especially in the afternoon an early evenings Cafayate is a dusty town. Also all the Camping sites. So we left the town and went 20 km north to San Carlos. Really green, silent and cool campsite. Look San CarlosReport Check-In
Nice place, next downtown, WiFi but some spots! 350 pesos for 2 p and motor homeReport Check-In
It was Argentine school vacation time so lots of families. Fee was collected in the evening and price was 300 pesos for two adults and our rig. Great showers. Ten minute walk to the main square. Great cell reception. Wifi speed varies. Park near banos for best signal. No TP. Overly lit at night.Report Check-In
Nice and clean campsite 5min walk to downtown. Even have a tennis court. Showers as hot as you like. 350Ars for 2pax and a van, if you stay more then 3 nights its 300Ars.Report Check-In
Very clean, nice showers and internet that works ok in some spots. Space for big rigs and calm surroundings. We’re on our 5th night paying 430 for 2 adults, 2 kids, a dog and a small camperReport Check-In
Great camp spot! Quiet, good wifi, hot showers and very clean bathrooms, bbq grill. A 10-min walk to the city center, perfect to enjoy Cafayate good vibes.Report Check-In
Basic campground 100 pesos per person and 100 pesos for the car. We paid 300 for a night. The showers are surprisingly good though - you can actually regulate the temperature perfectly and great water pressureReport Check-In
Campground with clean bathrooms incl hot showers. Walkig distance to town. We payed 350.- for 2 pers.+van.Report Check-In
Only campsite open in Cafayate. Guy comes every night at 8pm to collect, 350 for 2 + campervan. Saw a few cycle tourists just come in the day for hot water shower & fill up of potable water if you wanted to do that. Sandy, close to town, nice staff, nice showers & loos but no seats, hot water all day long. Safe & Quiet. Wifi was good enough to stream when we were there.Report Check-In
Big sandy campground with hot showers, WiFi and fresh water. Very quiet at this time. We payed 350 for two and a campervan.Report Check-In
Camping with space.
Not a lot of grass.
Space with shadow (Trees or protection).
Ammunities not new.
Wifi available but slow.
Big, clean site - lots of space in off season but imagine it could be crowded in high season. Good hot showers. WiFi small range but OK speed. Plenty of stray dogs + cats, but all friendly bar one dog (which I think actually belonged to another camper). Unfortunately kept awake til 5am both nights (Saturday and Sunday) by loud music from town - but don't know if that's normal! Paid 100P per adult + 100 car + 80 tent per night.Report Check-In
price now for Motorhomes and two people 350 arg. Peso. Clean and hot showers.Report Check-In
Nice big campsite with huge and clean toilets and hot showers. Tables, parilla and electricity at sites.
We paid 350p for 2 people and a van, did not manage to negociate. Someone came at 8pm to collect the money. They do not display prices before entering...
The prices have changed. It's now 100 pesos per person, 80 per tent, 100 per vehicle. Cleaning and nice campingReport Check-In
As before, all good. All other camp sites closed or empty. Really well looked after/maintenance/cleaned. All doors lock, all showers have working heads etc. Seen more nationalities here than just about anywhere! Cost 300 for 2+car+tent. We are 2+roof tent but cost same. Recommended.Report Check-In
Grand camping avec beaucoup d’espaces. Électricité, barbecue et table pour chaque emplacement. Salle de bain propre et bonne douche chaude. 80p par personne + 60p par tente + 80p par voiture.Report Check-In
WiFi was absolutely useless in top high season, just too many mobiles connected to.Report Check-In
Nice spot, walking distance to wineries and shops. Camping on sand, clean bathrooms with lots of hot water for showers. Good wifi accessible from our site.Report Check-In
Nice place, clean and quiet, close to the center. The WiFi was on and off during our stay. Didn't try the swimming pool.Report Check-In
Bastante espaço, vários pontos de energia, churrasqueiras, mesas, algumas com coberturas. Banheiros limpos, mas algumas pias necessitam manutenção. Funcionários atenciosos. Próximo ao centrinho da cidade.Report Check-In
Tried to charge 200pesos (80 for me solo, 120 for van). I was able to talk it down to the normal camping price of 80pp and 80 for van.
Other than that, decent place to be. Lots of people, but best spot in town.
140$ for a night one person and one tent.Report Check-In
Even on December 1st the only camping open in town for campers. Pool was full, but they did not have the right licence to let people swim :(. Large, empty, good Wi-Fi, hot showers. Some locals with music this Saturday night, but not too loud. Paid 240, 80 per adult, 80 for a tent/vehicle. Some sheltered picknick tables and bbq's. Friendly dogs and cat.Report Check-In
Clean place, hot showers, good wifi on benches nearest shower block. Friendly staff, friendly cats (who don't belong to campground, so bring some food for them 😊). 15 min walk to town. Lots of flies, but seemed to be everywhere in town, maybe it's the season?Report Check-In
Best shower in Argentina. 80 ARS pp and 80 for the car (I have no tent). Good WiFi and not far from town, walking distance. Clean toilets and showers.Report Check-In
Good Campimg.Clean hot showers with good pressure. Helpful staff. 280ap 2P and camperReport Check-In
Salió $220 Ars para dos personas y una carpa. Excelente ducha, falta de limpieza en los baños. A unas 6 o 7 cuadras del centro de Cafayate.Report Check-In
Best showers ever! Good installations, electricity,parrilla,potable water
We paid $50 per kombi just for the day, from 10 to 19pm. Low season
we're 4 kombis
It was much better than expected.
The guy who collected the money was very friendly, the WiFi was fast (we camped close to the bathrooms) and it was really quiet at night. The bathrooms were very clean and the showers hot.
Great campsite in the off season within walking distance of downtown Cafayate. Water, clean bathrooms, BBQs, hot showers, quiet. Highly recommended. $280 ARS for two people and a campervan.Report Check-In
Very nice and well kept Campground, very good and clean showers, 120 ARS per Person. You can walk to the city (5 cuadras). Stood here two nights.
Don't miss to visit the goat-farm (cabras de Cafayate)
Tent: 80Ars pp + 60Ars/tent.
Dormís : 150Ars pp
Good installations for a tent with shadow, parrilla, concrete table and bench.
Dormís a bit old but clean.
WC and hot shower shared by tent and Dormís users are very clean.
Good Wi-Fi (exodo123).
Doors for vehicles closed at midnight.
Lots of dogs and cats so the Dormís option is preferable.
No closed place for cooking nor eating. No refrigerator.
We are two people with two motorbikes, in a 4 beds Dormís (A bed for two people and 2 bunk beds). We have the key.
Nice camping, clean toilets, quite during week days. A few dogs around like normal!! 300$ 2persons, car and tent.
Clean campsite incl bathrooms and toilets. Paid 240 peso’s for 2 persons and a rooftoptent. Wifi is poor or nothing at all. Wifi code of Casa Muna is [Password removed by moderator.]. One night they played loud music next door (till 9 o’clock in the morning!!)!other nights were quit except for de dogs. Earplugs are a must!Report Check-In
We payed 240ars for 2 peoples and our rig. Verry nice bathrooms and wifi is working again. Good place to visit Cayafate out of season.Report Check-In
200 pesos for 1 person plus car&trailer is a bit on the expensive side , but it is indeed the only open place right now and it’s ok, clean and roomy, lots of people here as well, still quiet at night, no party, no dogs
waking to main plaza is 15 minutes
The WiFi was not working. Also were they till 3 am singing loudly and talkingReport Check-In
This camping is the only one open at this date. So, not much peoples around. Some nice shading for tent.
The guy who collect the money ( you only see him at that time) is not very friendly!
Asked 140 pesos for one tent, one peson!
Walkable distance from town. Pretty town Cafayate!, but mostly, the area around : quebrada de Cafayate » is amasing! Desert with so many colors..got tomgo there at sunset...
But, there was many dogs around in the camping, and they are barkling all night!
Dawn dogs!..could’nt sleep!
The only camping open the 11 marsh!
Owner?..the guy who collect...is not very friendly. Nobody is checking aroung and the dogsss bark all night!🙄 But I guess, it’s the cheapest place around, 140 pesos one tente solo person!
So, I did stay 2 nights, there is beautiful landscape around ( quebrada de Cafayate) and the little town itself is pretty!
Good camping for a day or 2. Lots of dogs and cats around, but all very sweet.
240 pesos for 2 and a van in March.
they tryed to charge us 260 the night...80 pp and 100 for the car. we found it was way too much...the place is nothing special and crowded. so we didnt stay there we moved to the hostal morada where you can stay for free at the parking lot.Report Check-In
Very large loveless typical Argentinian campsite just out of town. One person came to charge 240 Pesos but did not explain anything (80 p.p. + 80 car Defender camper). People worked until past 10 PM with loud tools to fix things around the campsite. Toilets are big and clean. We did not like it. Next time we would stay wild out of town.Report Check-In
Everything you need & good location to stay a few days. Very clean bathrooms, but weak Wifi. 170 per night/2pax with roof-tent. Recommendable.Report Check-In
Large campground. 5-10 min from main square. Hot showers, clean restrooms, slow wi-fi, grills and power next to camping spots. Convenient location. 170 pesos for one car and two people.Report Check-In
110 pesos for 1 with a car. As other people said, nice, clean with lot of space. Good value, good campsite.
Just one thing, it's written that the showers are open from 7am to 1am.
Whoa we're living Argentinean campgrounds! This one was a little bit dusty but it had everything, electricity to connect to, water faucets, grills and tables and chairs everywhere, and of course, fantastic hot showers. We paid 170 for two people in a roof top tent.Report Check-In
very nice campsite and well maintained. toilets very clean. hot water all day, shade for tents and WiFi available. only campsite opened at this time of the year in Cafayate. 10mn walking distance from main place of the town. we paid 210p per night for two adults, a tent and a car. children below 6 years old don't pay. in high season priority access is given to members of the Luz and fuerza trade union.Report Check-In
Large camping area on dirt with tree shade. Hot showers, potable water and clean toilets, but with no toilet seats. WiFi is weak, but enough for checking emails.
Five minute walk to plaza central, easy access to many wineries. Plugs for vehicles.
Three cats, two of whom are very cuddly, but who will absolutely steal an entire chicken off your table the second you look away. But very cuddly. The one with half a tail is named Cathy. Her full-tailed sister is named Bone Cruncher, after a chicken-stealing-and-eating incident.Report Check-In
One of the best campings we have been so far. good hot showers. Mostly clean.Report Check-In
We really enjoyed staying here because it was the perfect location (easy walk to town but far enough away that it's quiet). Internet was average but the bathrooms were super clean and had very hot showers.Report Check-In
very clean bathrooms with one of the best showers we have seen so far (a lot of hot water). we paid 170 pesos for two persons and one car.Report Check-In
Very clean. Hot showers all day. 180 for two and a tent. Well maintained. It feels very secure. WiFi only near the snack bar. (pass:exodo123)Report Check-In
Like the others already said, nice and clean, never saw that much toilets and showers just in the Mens bathroom!Report Check-In
Pretty well set up with wifi and nice bathrooms. 100 for one person and one tent. Very dusty though but good for cars and secure parking for bikes.Report Check-In
Huge Campsite, clean bathrooms and well maintained with electricity and bbq at each site. It was off-season and very quiet. Close to town (10 min walk). We liked it here.Report Check-In
Correct. 60$ p/p 100$ for the motorhomeReport Check-In
It is summertime and Sunday, so it was very busy.
We paid 60 Peso / Person and 100 Peso for our 6 meter motorhome (13,20 Euro). It is a short way to the plaza.
Easy Place, not too much space for big rigs when there are many if them, but it works.
2 Nights, 2 Person, 1 Truck total 260 Peso. Nice an clean place.
Internet not verry strong.
Out of season marvelous. Close to town. Quite clean and silence between 12 and 8. 130 pesos 2 pers. and 1 car.Report Check-In
A campground close to the city of Cafayate. Everything you need inside. Price : 110 pesos (6,50 euros) for two of us + Defender.Report Check-In
40 ars pp. 30 tend. clean. free wifi. better near administration. bbq. hot water 24hs. hot water thermo with coins.
Very clean !
Good campsite - paid 110 for 2 people and van. Powered sites with BBQ etc. Hot showers all day. Wifi was OK by office building and nearby sites. Tennis court, swimming pool etc. Short walk to town and close to wineries!Report Check-In
not a bad place to stay. a bit dusty but clean. also the sanitary is in good shape. wifi is so la la. we paid for two and a motorhome 130Pes. per night. drive in, find a place and later around 7 pm they come and collect the fee.Report Check-In
40$ pp, 20$ per child under 10y, 50$ for our big rig. We finally didn't sleep here but it was ok to take a hot shower for 20$ pp.Report Check-In
It's OK, prices have gone up to 40 pp and 50 for the car. Very clean bathrooms but no toilet seats in men's. Drinking water, electricity, and reasonable wifi on the first day. The second morning it didn't work whatsoever. This place is huge!Report Check-In
Well maintained and clean campsite with electricity and braais at almost every spot. Good hot showers from 07:00 01:00. Walking distance from Cafayate. Slow and unreliable internet. One of the best campgrounds we have seen in Argentina. ARS 130 (2 adults, camper)Report Check-In
Good location close to town. Good hot showers. Electric & water at our site (close to buildings). Wi-fi ok most of the time as we were the only ones on the whole site. $40pp + $60 for truck.Report Check-In
price for 2 people and one car: 130 Arg. Pesos.
Love the showers .....
Top tier camping. The best. 24 hour hot showers, WiFi, clean restrooms and power at sites. 70 ARP for camper and one person.Report Check-In
Wifi works, password hasn't changed. Also they have drinking water which is a bonus.Report Check-In
good place with wifiReport Check-In
A dry lot with a few trees for shade. Great hot showers. Internet worked only very sporadically. 90P for two+car. Very loud on Saturday night. Close to town. Wifi password was [Password removed by Moderator.], but it only worked well in the middle of the night.Report Check-In
70 pesos for two people and one tent and our two motorcycles. Nice place and easy walk to center. Wifi near office/bathrooms that also reached our camp spot. Clean bathrooms.Report Check-In
Nice camping...10 min walk to town...good place to grill meat at each site...no bugs yet.Report Check-In
The 4 Dutch.Nice big area, Sandy but clean. Good showers and hot, clean also the toilets. Good WiFi. Prive peso's 90 for Two persons and camper.Report Check-In
No charge for motos but paid 25pp and 40 for each tent. Under $9US for 3 of us, 2 tents and 2 motos. Hot showers and secure.Report Check-In
We stayed here for 5 nights. While dusty, it had everything that we needed: close to town, quiet (it is offseason), good wifi, hot showers, covered picnic tables, and a swing set. They charged us 25p / adult and 40p for our van. They did not charge us for our 6 year old son, even though their policy is 10p for kids that are between 5 and 10 years old.Report Check-In
Empty out of season. 90 pesos for two people and a van. Good hot showers, WiFi intermittent. Convenient place to stay.Report Check-In
We paid $25 pp + $40 for car.
Clean, walking distance to square, Internet doesn't always work, very tranquilo!
Great place, very clean and cheapReport Check-In
Good price vs quality! We paid 70pesos (2 persons + car). Nice hot showers!!Report Check-In
The charges are apparently flexible as they charged us 40 pesos for the car and 25 per person. Slightly more then we know they charged others at the same time. Wifi is on but too weak to be functional. Bit of a warning if you park to the left and near the back, the yard across the street has 3 German Shepards that barked all night long. Not sure if the camping is much better than at Rio Chuscha for 55 pesos per night.Report Check-In
A$25/person, A$10/vehicle, and A$20/tent. Nice clean facilities, electricity near the sites, hot showers, fast internet when it works. Be careful of the Mosquitos and maybe sand fleas at night.Report Check-In
25 per person and 20 for a tent. Bike free. Busy and a bit noisy until midnightReport Check-In
All the facilities as listed above. Hot showers 24 hours. Easy access to town and bodegas. 30 pesos a night for the truck, 20 pesos per person, kids free. Total 70 pesos a night.Report Check-In
- 25 ARS per person, vehicle free
- decent wifi if you're close to the main building or with range extender
- hot showers 24h/day
- electric outlets
- walking distance to the town
Cost per camper AR/20 + AR/10 per person. Hot showers + toilets. Water + Electricity. Most sites are unshaded but there are 2 or 3 shaded sides on dirt as you come into the campground on the left. 5 minute walk from town. WIFI near the reception block. There is also a big swimming pool around the back.Report Check-In
A big dirt area with thankfully a good amount of shade. All spots have tables, grills and electrical outlets. There is pretty good wifi that you can reach if you sit near the snack shop. It can get noisy here on weekends. Showers are hot 24 hours a day! Walking distance to town and many wine tasting bodegas.Report Check-In
Amenities: 4.5 / price: 2 / our rating: 3. There are 6 campgrounds in town! This was the only one with campers when we pulled in.. Laundry area / snack shop / dirt lot / grills / shade / walk to centro. Slow wifi available in campsites near the snack shop. Good potable water (for the first time since the US).
AR$ 10 per adult, 10 per car.Report Check-In