Free parking at the entrante of the archeologic site near open air ceramic museum, police 24 hours at the site and clean running water toelets. The site is very interesting: very good restoration and beautiful nature environment.
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Ignore Google opening hours! Archaeological site currently open Wednesdays-Sundays 10-3 only. (Carpark is accessible regardless as it's outside the gate, so is the little exhibition of figurines.)Report Check-In
Extrêmement bruyant. Le train passe en sifflant à 3m devant le parking à 3:45 et à 7:15. On entend aussi très bien la circulation sur la route malgré les bouchons d’oreilles. Bel endroit, mais je ne recommande pas pour dormirReport Check-In
Great place, very calm and safe, but the site is close, we sleep for free and the police officer take my name and my plateReport Check-In
Nice and interesting place to visit with our children.
We pay 55 pesos for adults, only one of our 3 children pay.
The night with our rv of 26" was ok.
You can park bigger RV here, we just park on the grass close the parking, so you don't disturb nobody with your RV!
Yep the train is realy close and the horn is terrible and funny..
But the last one was in the evening, so we sleep like a baby.
Nice crew, and we fell safe.
Enjoy your trip
Hmmm this was a weird one for us. The police officer lives there with his family and we asked to stay he said it was fine. Then he hung around and asked an infinite amount of questions, including value of the van who's phone was this etc.We thought nothing of it then he kept staring whilst on the phone to someone right at us. We didn't feel comfortable, not sure if he wanted money? But we left after we had eaten as we were still being stared at and went to the pemex. Bad vibesReport Check-In
archeological park @55 pesos per person
free is visit of outdoor park with statuary.
exactly as described. Some statuary displayed near parking and a ruins park across train tracks for 55 pesos admission.
We have received permission from security to stay overnight.
Guard was friendly after he learned that we are from Alemania.
Only one train in the morning after 8 am and a few trucks not very loud (I guess I only heard them because I was awake anyway) during the night.
Good for a night - train passes by really close to the parking lot. Security lady was super nice.
Entry to the site was not free though - only for Mexican residents, 55 pesos for non-residents.
We didn’t stay here for the night, we just visited it and they let us in for free :)Report Check-In
we stayed here for one night. the woman (police officer) was very friendly and we talked a little bit with our Spanish ! at dusk the Mosquito came (a lot of them) and during the night a real loud train past us three times....very close by. it's for free....for one night OK.....Report Check-In
As described. The Policia Municipal woman on duty that night was really nice.
After dusk there was toads and light emitting bugs (don't know the precise word in english)
50 pesos per person for the entrance of the ruins, which are worth it.
Really clean and safe place, with Policia Municipal working 24hours, really helpful and nice man. With washrooms. FreeReport Check-In
Stayed overnight after visiting the ruins. Security wasn't super friendly until he find out we are not from USA. Train passes few meters from the parking lot, security all night.Report Check-In
Didn't camp here, but this is a wonderful site of over 1000 year old stone settlements. Free for extranjeros who do not support Trump.Report Check-In