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A shrine and some (clean) picnic tables under some trees. You can camp here in vicinity of the road or hide quite well in the forest by driving up some meters on a dirt track. Parots and the wind in the pine trees are the only sounds at night (+some passing cars,
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Bello lugar de picnic. Hay sombra, mesas y un baño gratis en muy buenas condiciones. Los perritos disfrutaron mucho también. recomendable.Report Check-In
We stayed one night. It was a very quiet night. felt safe. The only thing to say is that in our opinion its better continue the dirty road up a little bit because early in the morning come people to pray. No amenities. No phone signal.Report Check-In
Good place for a night if you need to stop and are nearby. much better than Pemex.
There's a small hill on the side so you don't have to sleep by the road and are partially blocked from the road by trees. Nothing level, but good for a night.Report Check-In
As described a typical Mexican rest area with a newly painted shrine. This shrine even has a hole for donations. the picnic tables are also new and made out of concrete so they will last. a little bit up the hill you find two WC with real toilets and a basin with water to flush.
plenty of room to park away from the road.
Had lunch here but didn't stay for the night. It's a nice quiet place and it looks safe.Report Check-In