Camping Don David | Informal Campsite

Chile

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
29.1 masl

Amenities

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

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Description

This small campsite is in a family's backyard. You will be greeted by a very enthusiastic lady who speaks no English, but that won't stop her from showing you around the place.
She charged us: 10,000pppn adult,
5000 pesos for a wheelbarrow full of firewood and she included kindling and starting fluid.
The place is on a lake and she said we could use the cool little row boat. We didn't have time to try, but I bet it wouldn't cost much to use. Includes bathroom and showers. Not much hot water, but there is some. Each spot has a fire pit, table, an electricity point and roof over that table. A few floodlights at night.
The campground goes right down to the beach where a small creek drains into the lake. She said the water was not for drinking. It looked a little yellow to me. A few stray dogs were annoying, but not terrible. And NO bugs at the beginning of January. We liked it, simple with a great view.

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$10,000 per person, solar shower so was only warm for one of us and cold for second person. electricity at site. nice location by lake.

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This small camp site is in a family's backyard. You will be greeted by a very enthusiastic old lady that speaks no English, but that won't stop her from showing you around the place. She was a hoot!

She charged us:
5000pppn adult
1000pppn child

5000 pesos for a wheelbarrow full of firewood and she included kindling and starting fluid.

The place is on a lake and she said we could use the cool little row boat. We didn't have time to try, but I bet it wouldn't cost much to use.

Includes bathroom and showers. Not much hot water, but there is some. Each spot has a fire pit, table, and roof over that table. A few flood lights at night.

The campground goes right down to the beach where a small creek drains into the lake.

She said the water was drinkable. We only used it for cooking. It looked a little yellow to me.

A few stray dogs were annoying, but not terrible. And NO bugs at the beginning of January. We liked it, simple with a great view.

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