San Fernando RV Park | Established Campground



Last Visited: almost 2 years ago
GPS: 23.259408, -106.459138
Altitude: 9.3 masl
Place Website:


Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Fast
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Non-Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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A full service RV park with blazing fast wifi! You are a couple blocks off the beach and away from town, but it’s easy to catch a bus into old town.


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Awful place and very unfriendly people!
He wanted 600 pesos for 2 nights for a VW Van, we were a bit surpise because that’s almost high season price and we were the only one in the off Season!!!
So i started argue that the toilet/shower weren‘t clean and the pool was discusting too!
Well he gave us a 100 pesos discount...
Saidly this is the only good and safe place in Mazatlan if you have to take the ferry...that’s why it was our 3rd time here.

Ended up here because we had to wait for one day to get on the ferry.
Everything is OK, but the price is sky high with 520 pesos. Also for dry camping. And not even water on our site.
All people here are American long stayers. Not full, a week before Christmas.

Nice Campground with a nice pool! A couple minutes walking to bars/restaurants and the beach.
With 440 Pesos for dry camping, to expensive!

RV Park ok but expensive for just being a parking lot
close to the beach and restaurant
but not so cute
negotiated 300p

Very nice pool and yakuzzi and showers. All clean and well maintained. Laundry on site and cheap. 200 meters to beach.
2250,- pesos for 1 week without electricity. If you are a shrimp lover this is the place. 160 pesos per kilo for fresh caught shrimp from street vendors near the mercado.

Nice pool, hot showers, laundry in a central location. Ana, the manager is extremely helpful and nice. we paid $20usd for no hook ups.

Nice place to stop after arriving on ferry from La Paz. In town and able to get acquainted with the town.

Didn't stay here because they wanted $26 US, "bargained" them down to $400p and decided to leave to free camp up north.

The place was full when I got here, and prices were at 460pesos. It's pricey, but understandable in this location. Ana managed to squeeze my small rig in anyway, and gave me a discount for no electricity. She was very helpful and friendly. She said the reason it was so crowded is that they sold off a portion of the park, so don't have as much space this year. The location was good - close to the beach, tons of restaurants nearby, and easy to get a bus to downtown. The pool was a wonderful place in this hot weather!

Nice place to stay with kids (swimming pool). Bathrooms and restrooms are clean. Wifi is great.

Full hook-upsb(15/50amp, water and sewer) 300 a night. without electricity 250 a night or 900 a week. nice grassy lot, close to malicon. bathrooms old but clean, small swimming pool. can't seem to get WiFi to work. but still a good deal, as some other parks aren't even open!

We paid 200.- for dry camping. no hot water, wifi was not working. seems safe but it's a bit noisy. At night ok. Clean restrooms, nothing special.

Stayed here. Price for off season was 200 pesos for the couple. Peak price is 26 USD. Swimming pool is nice and people too.

As described by April 2017 visitor. One other tent in the park. The gates were locked the entire time we were there, which was fine. Owner on premises wth his family is very nice. Clean bathrooms and showers. Warmish showers.

Walk or cabbie to town. Dog friendly.

Since april 2016 new management, they charge 494pesos/26US$. Wifi is very slow.

Great location off of the strip. Great wifi and clean bathrooms. $26/ night

nice place. pool and wifi. met neighbours, friendly.

i would have stayed a few days if i wasnt rushing. nice pool. close to beach. dog friendly. 100 pesos a night for 1 person/car/tent and dog.

this place has jacked up their prices to 400 pesos when we were here. all other campsites were closed. we haggled her down to 200 with no hook up but still a huge rip off

U$25, very slow internet...

Paid 250... Cold showers but quite refreshing in this heat... Wifi not what it used to be... But functional...

Convenient, campground/RV park. 250 per vehicle per night. Full hook-up. Restrooms, cold showers, pool. Close to the water front but far from el malecon.

Nice location in the town. Within a two block walk to the beach (access point directly down the road) and just beyond that in either direction is little shops and restaurants both of the tourist and local style. We paid $600 pesos for two nights for two adults and two young children. The pool made the cost worth it for us! The kids are enjoying the nice pool!

Clean bathrooms and showers. RV price is $25USD + $5 for wifi. We slept in our truck and paid $20USD incl. wifi. Small pool and open-air lounge with books to read. Mostly long-term snowbirds. A short walk to the beach.

Nice enough for being in the city. No Internet available it is broken or not longer available we don't know they don't know. Hot showers. Electrical. Close to buses.

Clean and cozy. Fast wifi. Bathroom could use some repair and updating, considering its $25/night. The pool is mostly unused and not upkeeped. Mostly big buses and pretty tightly packed. The Volkswagon taxi is a fast and cheap was to get to the old town, since there isnt a lot of parking.

Internet was slow, and no hot water for showers. Plus the first two hook ups we tried had the wires crossed and shocked both of us when we tried to open the door to the camper. $25 USD

A full service RV park with blazing fast wifi! You are a couple blocks off the beach and away from town, but it’s easy to catch a bus into old town.