Reserva Chara Pinta | Wild Camping

Mexico

Details

Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
2130.0 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

This reserve looks abandoned but their are many trails to hike inside.
here you can easily see the Tufted Jay (Chara Pinta) during the breeding season.
There are cabanas but we park on the trail to get some light for the solar panels. few people drive by. very quiet and peaceful. felt safe during 4 days.
there is a 3.5 km dirt road to get there. very bumpy and with mud places. we made with our 7m long and 2wd Iveco but we don't recommend for big rig.
There's nothing here but pine forest and birds so bring plenty of water and food.

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Stayed 4 nights and found so many new bird species for us. The nights are a bit chilli in winter but not freezing.
A mexican family came for the weekend and camped by the cambanas. Great place for nature lovers or if you just need a quite night. Don't agree with "not big rig friendly". I wouldn't tow a fithweeler here but no problem for an expedition truck. Spotty Telcel service. There is a watertank behind the two cabanas to the east and we gone fill our camper with the hose that goes into the tank. tank is overflowing all day.

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This reserve looks abandoned but their are many trails to hike inside.
here you can easily see the Tufted Jay (Chara Pinta) during the breeding season.
There are cabanas but we park on the trail to get some light for the solar panels. few people drive by. very quiet and peaceful. felt safe during 4 days.
there is a 3.5 km dirt road to get there. very bumpy and with mud places. we made with our 7m long and 2wd Iveco but we don't recommend for big rig.
There's nothing here but pine forest and birds so bring plenty of water and food.

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