Centro Vacacional la Trinidad | Established Campground



7 months ago
2359.0 masl
246-461-0700 ext 677


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Beautiful place in a resort. We are staying on a secluded parking lot, since we could not possibly stay up in the camper area. You can hear the train, but quiet at night. 100 Pesos per night - including swimming pool. Near Mex 136. Marked, but have come from Tlaxcala.
2/10 2017 the price was 150 per night for 2 persons


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We stood in the camping area for 2 nights. It is a very large complex with hotel operations. There is an indoor swimming pool and outdoor pools. Restaurants are also available. We didn't use anything. There are playgrounds for the children. Hot showers and decent toilets in the camping zone. It takes a little longer for the warm water to come. 110 pesos/night/person.

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Entering the main entrance, speak to the guard. You will park and walk up to reception to register and pay. After that you will essentially drive clockwise around the perimeter of the resort up to the back. Acampo is printed in the road as you drive up and around. When the paved road is about to end you are there, just turn left up into the area for rigs to camp. There are tent camping spots as well as places to have a campfire.

Quiet night. Heard the train once off in the distance. There are school groups around during the day. There was a security guard up around the camping area that knocked on our van at 9:30 after the boys were asleep, asking if we were going to have a fire and sleep in a tent. He was harmless. Just didn’t know we sleep in our van. Must be a new guard. He also knocked on our van at 6:30 am saying he had hot water if we wanted to bath. Kind of random. We just called out that we were still trying to sleep. We were able to use a desk in the reception area to get some Wi-Fi and work done.

Pools are awesome. Basketball courts. A small hedge maze near reception that the kids played tag in. Bathrooms are basic. Cold water showers in the camp areas, hot showers by the indoor and outdoor pools. 110 pesos for adults and 105 for kids. A little pricy for camping in Mexico for a family of 4, but the fun was worth it.

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Can’t say much more but to echo the comments below. Wishing we’d turned up a bit earlier than 5pm to fully use the facilities. 220 pesos for the two of us to camp.

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Its a nice place but the showers are cold and the wifi at the reception is not working at all

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very nice place! quiet, safe, secure. as others mentioned the bridge is quite narrow, but it was fine for our sprinter van.

we have 2 dogs and nobody said anything, although they were in the back of our van so the guards at the gate wouldn't have noticed them. we weren't asked when we paid for the camping, and didn't see any signs anywhere saying no dogs.

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Great place, quiet and safe. 220 pesos for 2 in a van. Huge in- and outdoor pools open. Highly recommended!

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Camping ground has full bathrooms nearby, clean by Mexico's standard.
There are grills and tables and a playground.
It is secluded from the rest of the vacation center.
It has walking patrols by the center's security personnel day and night.
There's a very vague but constant sound of a highway at nights, but not loud enough to be bothering.
Paid 105 pesos per night/person with a tent and a van.
All in all very nice. Would go again.

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Very nice place and a must visit for families with small children.

Stood here for five nights, mostly alone.
weekends a few camper. The swimming pools were always well attended.

For motorhomes: The places in the camping area are not possible for rigs wider than 2,30 meter, because there is a narrow bridge.
! But every size of rig is possible to stay at the parking area in front of the hotel! see fotos. But maybe this pitch is better because an open sewer runs along the campsite, which often stinks.
On some days you can hear the train passing the complex, often honking.

But if you've seen the pictures, you'll definitely go here.

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Dogs are not allowed on the grounds. We turned around.

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Very luxurious establishment. Indoor Olympic-size swimming pool. Outdoor pools, spa, restaurant, etc.

85 pesos per person, per night for tent camping.

Gated, with night roaming security. Fast internet in lobby.

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Stayed here one night in our Westphalia VAN on the ground on the top of the area. Interesting place - and old textile factory, that has been rebuild to a modern recreational center with indoor and outdoor pools and picnicareas. There is also a textile museum - ask for it, if it is not open. It is interesting if you like crafts and mexican textile culture. There was not hot water when we were there. We could hear the train.

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Really nice Hacienda with colonial flavor. Very good services, restaurants, pools, playgrounds, etc.
75 pesos per person 24 h. They give you a bracelet to move around the resort and to go in and out. Walmart is 10 minutes away.

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If you've got kids, this place is amazing! Though they still charge $75pesos per kid, FYI, so 300 for our family of 4.

GoKarts, a zip line, mini golf, and a ton of playgrounds. We didn't try the pool as it was pretty cold. No train could be heard from the actual camping area, maybe a little traffic but just mild background noise.

Excellent LTE Telcel service. Didn't try the wifi as it's not available way up in the camping area.

From the lower resort, beautiful bird of a snow capped mountain towering above it all.

Night security, but way up in the camping area I doubt anyone would come this far up anyway.

Electric in the bathroom. Nice clean restrooms and campground.

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beautiful spot with camping available. we camped up the top in the camping area in a 20ft rv,the bridge from the reception to the camping area is very small, we had an inch on either side to get through! the bathrooms up the top near the camping area are nice and there is more down the bottom near reception. a few outdoor pools, playgrounds and an indoor pool plus sports courts like basketball and tennis. there is no power in the campsite but there is power points in the bathroom so you could possibly arrange it!

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nice friendly place,big heated pool,good wifi by reception.
75$ per person
nice dog walk in grounds

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very large and clean resort, hot showers, pet friendly, we stayed at a quiet and empty parking lot with 2 rigs, 150 pesos per night, great place - would come again!

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great place for day or 2.
friendly staff great pools.nice walks around grounds.

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kind of strange resort area secluded from town, camping is very far removed from the rest of the resort area. very secure, gated, well patrolled by security who will view campers as a curiosity, but very friendly. bigger rigs may have trouble accessing camping area via narrow bridge.

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Beautiful place in a resort. We are standing on a secluded parking lot, since we could not possibly stand up in the camper area. You can hear the train, but quiet at night. 100 Peso night - including swimming pool.

Near Mex 136 was marked, but have come from Tlaxcala.

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Parking lot in a great Mexican resort which offers an outdoor swimming pool and a huge, heated indoor swimming pool. Beautiful picnic areas with fireplaces in the camping area. Ample hot showers and clean toilets at the pools. Free WIFI in hotel building next to the front desk.

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