Mendoza - Parque Suizo | Established Campground



Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: -32.855000, -68.896667
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Slow
Kitchen: Yes
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Yes
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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A not-tranquilo place a few miles outside of town, 7 km from the city center. Covered shelters for tents, tables, chairs and of course grilling areas too.


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Stayed here for a week to take Spanish classes in town. Very busy on weekends with families, they all leave Sunday night and it is quiet during the week.
I guess we are in high season because we paid 700 for 2 people in a truck camper per night.
While the facilities are old they are taken care off and clean. Friendly people and good vibe, you meet other overlanders here.
Took bus 302 daily to the center for Spanish class, need to buy your red bus card at a kiosk and load bus fare on it.

camping muito tranqüilo, com água, luz internet, piscina. ficamos 3 noites pagamos 500 pesos por noite.

Shortly to confirm the excellent care of Lalo and the beautiful environment, compensates the come down / old infrastructure.

Super schönes Gelände, gute Betreuung durch Lalo! Wäsche wird waschen, Taxi wird rufen, gute Tipps und Restaurants Empfehlungen!!! Preise liegen immer noch bei 500 Pesos. Duschen alt, aber sauber und 🥵 heißes Wasser. Wir waren 5 Tage hier und würden nochmal wieder kommen.

500 ARG for 2 and a motorhome. Staff is very good and explained all the stuff. I just used energy, water and wifi, all running well. There is no noise here, I don’t know if the season is going down know. Recommended.

camping suizo à recommander ! Ombragé avec palmiers et eucalyptus, piscine spacieuse et très clean. Sanitaires propres et eau chaude toute la journée, peu de monde, chaque emplacement avec tonnelle paillée, cinéma plein air le soir pour les enfants, bus a la sortie du camping pour 18 pesos. Prix pr 2 adultes et un cc : 550 pesos

Expensive, crowded, dirty and noisy. Paid 550 argentinian pesos (250 p/person plus 50 for vehicle) for a night and got non-functional wifi (not simply slow but unusable), an unlevel dirt campsite that barely fit our 7.2m motorhome, and noisy neighbors on both sides and at the front, all with their radios on at high volume until 2AM. To top it off, no water at the faucet near our site, and toilets were at the other end of the campground. Will be sure to never stay here again.
EDIT: forgot to say that, disregarding the fact that we checked in at 17:00 and they told us nothing about it, when we inquired about leaving the next day after lunch, they said we had to be out by 11AM or we would have to pay for another "night". No, thanks...

local wooded, with good structure, easy access, distant 7 km from the center. I stayed a few days in December and paid 500 pesos a day for 2 people and big rig.

We had a terrible night because of the dogs from te surrounded area where barking all night. payed 500 for 2p and camper. Wi-Fi was very slow. Bathroom showers nice hot with good water preassure but outdated.

We already had to pay 600 pesos the night for a camper and 2 persons.

Green, shady, quiet. But the best days are over: Messy and dirty places around showers. Expensive, 400 Pes. for 2 pers. + Rig. Laundry 100 Pes.

Ok place if you feel the need for a warmish shower and wifi. Otherwise very dusty/muddy and rundown.

Now is open. No problem to acess with a big RV. We recomend. 400$ AR 2 persons + RV.

We agree that the camping sites are great considering you are in a big city. But the faculties are really run down/ we were very happy to have our own ones in our car. 400 ARS per night.

We are still in low season so the camping is nearly empty. We like the shaded spots, all surrounded and covered by trees. Each spot also has a protected area where you can have table and chairs. Barbecue is also available at each place. The showers and bathrooms are basic but clean and the water is really hot!
The camping is little bit out of town which makes it quiet. With a bus (number 3 / 114-115) you can really easily go into town in 30 min for 11 Pesos. The spot for our car and 2 people is 400 pesos.
Next month the swimming pool will be available when the temperature will be warmer.

Closed due maintenance. No facilities, only power & wifi. owner was very helpfull & helped us out. let us stay for 1 night. Needed only a secure park for the car

it is close at the moment, they are doing some works

stuck here for over 2 weeks. great host, super friendly, helpfull, hot showers, best place around mendoza for camping.

Beautiful, silent and very international, I only stayed overnight on the way back to Chile "surrounded" by 2 Australians and 1 Italian.
Excellent hot shower, rustical but functional installations.

place is ok, quiet at night, electricity at side, fast internet, friendly people, showers a bit tatty but clean. 350 pesos for 2 + rv

Not so bad option around Mendoza. Green and shady. Quite expensive 350ars for 2 persons plus a car).
Facilities a bit rustical but clean. Hot showers. WiFi works (average).

We paid 350 per night for 2 pers and a car with rooftoptent. Showers still need an update but clean and hot shower. Friendly owner took us to town for free. Very safe.

RUM : Wir standen 4 Tage auf dem Platz und der Preis ist angemessen. 150 Peso p. P. u. Nacht inkl. Unimog u. Strom. Toiletten und Duschen haben schon bessere Zeiten gesehen, aber alles ist sauber und funktioniert sehr gut. Duschwasser wird heiß und läßt sich gut regulieren. Für die Waschmaschine haben wir 50 Peso pro Füllung bezahlt.....5 kg. Der Platz bietet viel Schatten u. auch Regenschutz. Er ist nett angelegt u. ein recht großer Pool ist auch da. Das Einfahrtstor ist immer verschlossen. Der Besitzer bietet auch Enpanadas und Pizza an und beides ist sehr lecker. Seine Frau (Erika ) spricht auch etwas Deutsch. Sie hat 2 Jahre in Deutschland gelebt. Die Bushaltestelle liegt genau gegenüber und der Besitzer stellt seine Preypaidcarte gerne zur Verfügung. Im Bus kann man nicht bezahlen. Eine halbe Stunde dauert der Hinweg in die Stadt. Kosten...34 Peso hin u. zurück für 2 Personen. Die Besitzer sind sehr hilfsbereit. Wir können den Campingplatz nur empfehlen. PS...gleich in der Nähe ca. 300 m gibt es 2 Kioske und eine Schlachterei.

It is an ok place to visit Mendoza. We checked some other places but ended up here. Bathrooms are old but clean. Hot water in showers works well. Every site has a fireplace and most of them a shelter. WIFI works well sometimes and sometimes not. We payed 150 Pesos per people per night. The owner helped us out with a prepaid card for the bus system. It’s the best way to visit Mendoza from here.

200 pesos por pessoa

nice looking campsite under beautifull trees. friendly owners. we paid 150pp and nothing for the van. kids are for free as in most places in argentina.

very nice campsite with lot of trees and shade. very quiet and secure. very helpful owner and staff. bus station to go to the Center just opposite the gate. hot water, wifi free. 50 pesos to use washing machine. electricity plugs everywhere. manuel water points. tables and chairs available. shelters to protect from the rains. no mosquitos in november. possibility to use gas for cooking. minimercado 5 mn walking. bathrooms old but very clean.

Good camping in Mendoza, a bit far from city, but safe. In low season the shop is closed and restaurant too. Toilets and showers clean but run down.

buen camping pero los baños en mal estado

It was a good place to visit Mendoza. Very helpful owner. He helped us to change our tire without asking and came with his own jack as ours wasn't really useful.
It's easy to go to town by bus. Ask the owner for a bus card. The bus station is just on the opposite of the entrance gate. Wifi was very good even for whats app calls. Don't expect too much from the bathrooms and put some Mosquito repellent on. The mosquitos even bite through cloths.
We stayed here on a Monday and Tuesday, no party.

Still 310 Pesos for 2 persons and a van. Bustickets are available at reception. Bathrooms are rundown. We tried 3 other campsites before, two in Maipu (first where tents only, second for day use only) and the one next to this was closed. So this was the only option around Mendoza. Campsite itself is nice, below some trees and with light. WiFi works perfect.

A very good place to visit Mendoza. The busstation is just in front of the Campground. We stayed there for 3 days and payed 310 Pesos for a motorhome with two persons/day. They offer delicate empanadas and other food.

Same Price, 250 for 2 Person and a Camper.
Verry friendly and helpfull owner. Called us a Taxi, gave us his Buscard etc.
We fellt verry safe, cause the main entrance is allways locked with Key. We got a Key from the owner to come in and get out by our selfe! No strangers on the camping spot.
Bad Internet (did not work). At least a bit to expensive.

Like the other comments: there are better and worse places. We paid 250 pesos for 2 persons and a camper.

This place was started by a swiss man, but since some years the place is owned by an argentinien family. O.k. the place is not a hit, but still the best one in Mendoza. Dont expect too much from the sanitary site. Because the prices for eletricity in argentina are so high, that they turn on the heater only if you asked for. No problem. We had good wifi, and most off all we became a lot of help when we needed to go to an hospital. Erika (she speaks perfekt german) and her husband gave as a lift to the hospital and helped us trough all inside the hospital :-)). !! We stayed 3 nights and we paid a very fair preis, no rip off. The gate to the place is always closed, so ring the bell, ring the bell again and wait, it needs a bit ;-)

Nice park under trees including palms with covered picnic tables and braais. Mediocre maintenance of ablutions. ARS 290 (2 adults, camper). Wifi didn't work. Showers 20 min. after request available. Overpriced.

Washing machine works again, cold water only, 40 Pesos per machine
Internet was ok as long as people were working …..
We paid 290 Pesos per night for 1 large RV and 2 people.
The whole place is a bit run down but ok. We have seen worse …..

Lovely site. Very helpful owners. A few mosquitoes still in the showers in late March.

250 pesos for 2 people and a van. Yes, there are mosquitos but Off worked well to keep them at bay. We stayed here over a weekend and there was no noise from any disco. The bathrooms work, but are only OK. Very dog friendly.

OK place. A bit noisy from other campers & an overland tour bus, but that will obviously depend on who is there. Didn't notice any mosquitoes. The bathrooms are far from top-notch but seemed to work fine. Hot water all day. 100 pesos per person plus 50 for truck.

Arrived here quite late. The family were so helpful and found us a nice spot near one of the family homes....nice and peaceful. It is peak season so we were charged Ap100 per person plus Ap50 for our camper....but compared with the other offer we had seen around this was actually good value. That's the good news. The bad news is, that the local disco is just across the road and goes all night, the campground at this time of year is just alive with mosquitoes and the toilets seem to be blocked whenever you visit despite the attempts to keep them open. So really...not such good value after all....but hey, welcome to the city!

A chilled and shady campsite with deep pool and hot showers. Lots of other overlander info exchanged with guests. An oasis from the heat.

Very very noisy at night, next to a club. Camping is nice, but a lot of mosquitos. Would not recommend it!

Great place to chill out for a couple of days. Lots of shady trees to keep you cool. We paid 70p per adult, 30p for our 6yo son, and 50p for our camper van. The first load of laundry is free and it is 40p for each additional load.

Really enjoyed this place. Wifi was good. Nice palapas, lots of bird sounds in this mini tropical forest. Paid 150 for 2 people and truck with roof top tent. Toilets are a bit run down but clean. Place is pet friendly but also has lots of dogs.

75 per person per night for tent camping with motorcycle. Really hot water in shower. You have to request shower and they hear water. Decent wifi. Good grills and palapa. They bring you a table and chairs.

Great camping area. Very secure. Walmart is on the way and has grocery's. WiFi was good. Getting to the city requires a card...ask Lalo for it and detailed instructions.

Nice and quite campground, lots of shade, clean, friendly owner, wifi was good, showers hot, cost: 70/person & 40 for the car

Wanted to charge 110 for my tent and I but went down to 100

good organized campround, hot showers, old but clean infrastructure, fresh bread in the morning, a bit noisy in the night

Super friendly owners (English speaking and very helpful) and a cozy place northwest of the center. A bit far out from the city, but a nice complex with pool, warm showers, bathrooms, and wifi. Laundry service is available and here's a kiosk with basics and some got food. Projected a couple of movies onto a big scree while we were there - fun vibe.

Back here again. High season prices, 70 pesos per person and 40 for the camper. Kids free. 180 pesos in total.

We left, as they wanted to charge 70 peso per person + 50 for the car, so 190 peso in total. I'd rather wild camp for that price.

It looked nice though.

Nice campsite. Quiet when we were there. Hot showers on request, wifi, potable water and electricity. 135 pesos a night for a truck camper, 2 adults and 2 children. Bus or taxi into town. Spent 4 pleasant nights there.

TWICE this winter (south American winter season) I ended up at this campground, and TWICE was the gate locked with nobody reacting to door bell and calling out - so obviously CLOSED!
So do NOT RELY on this campground being open in winter season!
First time happened on the 24th of May 2014, second time on 19th of August 2014. I have listed a wild camping spot not too far away...

Good overnight place to some extent, quiet, shower and toilet, water, electricity, WiFi Peso 100./Night

Camping is a few steps from the bus station for the Centro. Peso 2.50 per person

A little bit outside of town but frequent bus connections. They also do openair cinema. Recommended.

Price:112 ARG Peso

Quiet camping area. Lots of shade from trees. Palapas with power and lights. Water is available. Toilets and hot showers. Very slow WIFI accessible throughout campsite.AR$100 per night.

A tranquilo place a few miles outside of town. The internet was painful, most of the time we went to the little cafe next to the Walmart a few minutes drive away. Covered shelters for tents, tables, chairs and of course grilling areas too.

Large campground with beautiful, but very small sites. Most sites have a large palapa and a barbecue. Table and chairs are provided. The whole area is covered with large shady trees and well maintained. Hot showers, clean toilets, (slow) Free WIFI. There is a pool, but has no filter system, so the water is quite dirty.

(50 arg. Peso / person and 30 arg. Peso / vehicle)

920m. Tranquil wooded setting / 24h hot water / clean pool / grills / tables. Cheaper than Pilmayken but further out of town and slower internet. Advantage Suizo as their wifi is campground-wide and this is the place to meet other travelers. 20 minute bus ride to centro (Bus #3, $1.40 in change only). Mangrullo is next door but had no campers and charges $40 per person

AR$30 per person.