Camping El Montañes | Established Campground



Last Visited: about 1 year ago
GPS: -32.973483, -69.235833
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Warm
Water: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Camping on Grass. Lovely large plot down by the river. Hot Showers. Power. Water (with long hose). Grills and picnic tables.. Sheltered from wind. Very tranquil. Cost AR$400 per night.


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Hübsch gemachter Camping. WC-Anlage jedoch nicht sauber. Duschen waren ok und es gab Heisswasser.

Lot of places to camp here. We couldn't use part of the camping because it would be irrigated in the morning.
The river was very dark when we where here, so no swimming. Lots of trash on the river side too, maybe brought by the river itself.
Tables and barbecuers in bad conditions.
There was no water in the toilet in the morning (used for irrigation).
Bright white lights stayed on the whole night. Couldn't turn them of individually.
250pp for one night.
Nice place if it was better maintained.
Wouldn't really recommend.

As described. Many people here in the carnaval holliday. Hot water is solar. i.e. no sun, no hot water. Drinking water from tanks in reception. 70 pesos pp and 150 for the car. May be high season price. 290 for 2 and a van. Beautiful site. In total there are 4-5 campsites around here. Talk with tourist info.

I stayed only one night, and I was the only one that night, so the place was super quiet. It is in a small valley, away from road traffic. There is power at every site, a playground, and a number of large picnic shelters. The hosts are very nice people. There was water in the washrooms, but all the men's toilets were plugged! I didn't try the showers.

nice camping park, with Power n water. dirty baths at our visit without hot water. veeeeery quiet n close to the river.

maybe i should try a wildcamp that should be the same

very quiet at this time of the year. electricity, fireplaces, barbecues, baños but didn't check them out... bumpy and steep road for about 500m. our 8m motorhome did good but larger vehicles might be a problem. paid 150 pesos for 2 persons and the motorhome.

Nice location. Shielded from the wind. Friendly owners. 60$ per person and 50 for the tent. Facilities have seen much better days, but still work. Hot water not working while we were here.

Camping on Grass. Lovely large plot down by the river. Hot Showers. Power. Water (with long hose). Grills and picnic tables.. Sheltered from wind. Very tranquil. Cost AR$50 per night.

Nice grassy areas, some shelters, tables, chairs and plenty of shade. On a river. The water went out in the showers and the owners were nice enough to open a cabin we all could use to shower. Plenty of space for big rigs.

One of the worst campsites we stayed in Latin America. But we are to blame, we should have had al look at the place before paying.There was a lot of garbage, benches and tables were often broken as were the grills. The toilets were either blocked or the water did not flush. There were supposed to be hot showers from 8pm to 12 pm, but there was hot water only at the men's bathroom.