Loreto Shores | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
9 months ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
Website:
Phone:
None
Contributor:
BodesWell

Amenities

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

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Description

RV park with lots of permanent residents who have built homes that block much of the ocean view from the park. The view from the pool is super and the beach is very nice. The park has a dirt, gravel and ground stone lot. WiFi - fair. Swimming pool - refreshing. For the amenities, including 30 Amp electrical service the prices are higher, but worth it.

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As described except one thing…. The crowing roosters everywhere that start before the sun comes up. It’s funny and annoying at the same time. But clean, safe, and we were here on a Saturday night and didn’t hear any music. It’s a good place to stop, get a dip in the pool, and get a shower if you beat everybody else to it since there is only two. ☀️🌈❤️

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Very crammed campsite. Many long termers, mostly Canadians.
Only 1 shower/ toilet/ sink for women and one for men. If occupied, you have to wait.
There is no sandy beach, water comes right up to the built up area. Waterfront is built up with buildings so no beachfront parking. The camping also has lots of storage units.
Did not like the busy, crammed feel, nor the facilities. There is a pool with partial view of the sea but the pool was covered when we were there.
580 pesos/ $29 per night.
lots of stray dogs outside the gate that bark all night.

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Fairly easy access. Follow Ugarte from Mex 1. Great management. Big park. Ocean access

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Other descriptions are accurate. Yes, this may be higher priced compared to other parks on the Baja peninsula it is worth it. The pool is refreshing. The views from the pool are excellent. The park really has 30 amp electrical service so we could enjoy our air conditioning on a hot, humid August night.

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We stayed one night after a long day on the road. The pool was a welcome reprieve for the kiddos. Clean bathrooms with hot water, spotty WiFi, coin-op w/d that only takes US quarters, and tidy grounds. Right next to beach access, but view is blocked by condos. Cramped sites. Paid $525 pesos. Office closed at 3pm, but after just pulling into an available spot, the property manager swung by and checked us in.

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A regular type RV park - some $24 spots for no hookups required. Pool. Clean shower and toilet with beautifully strong hot rain shower type shower head.

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VERY pricy for what you get. Very Noisy. Band or loud music playing after 9:00 pm. worst wifi we have ever had anywhere on the Baja. Slow, disconnects and password that seldom works. Would not recommend for anyone.

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VERY pricy for what you get. Very Noisy. Band or loud music playing after 9:00 pm. worst wifi we have ever had anywhere on the Baja. Slow, disconnects and password that seldom works. Would not recommend for anyone.

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Friendly enough however quite expensive for where you are has WiFi but very slow

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Casa de Victor!
El mejor en todo de Mexico!!

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So far decent place for the night, but way overpriced 525 p/ night. Got to LS late around 5pm. my planned stop was Puerto Escondido but I don’t drive at night, so till tomorrow.
Have full RV services including laundry and freshwater pools, but for 525/ night it’s a luxury for me I don’t enjoy alone.

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Pricey we paid 525 P $ 29, for full hookups.
Not our kind of place, as mentioned houses all around. best way to describe it is, all the campes clumped together in a courtyard.
They have tried to make it nice with some landscaping.
No complaints about bathrooms, clean and hot showers.
If it wasn't because we needed to clean and do laundry, we would not have stopped here.

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Stayed for one night. Good for big rigs. No views at all due to all the villas. Out of town, probably 10-15 minute walk. Clean washrooms. Bar down the street blasted music until about 3 in the morning. 525 pesos per night for full hookups. Ok for a quick stopover(not a pretty site)

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30A full hookups. Great for big rigs. Clean and well-kept. Cons- obscured view due to lot being completely built-up by permanent dwellings.

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30 A full hookups. Good for big rigs. Cons - obscured view due to lot totally built up.

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caved because we were tired, there's a pool, Laundry and wifi- but it's ridiculously over priced. 410 pesos. after we paid and checked in, they informed us water would be off, and the coin laundry is 2.00 U.S to was and 1.25 to dry.

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Campground with pool and laundry facilities. Hook-ups. Restrooms, showers. Pricey 300 pesos per night.

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RV park with lot's of permenent residents. Most have build homes to block the ocean view. Dirt lot, wifi, swimming pool, but overall an expensive choice out of town.

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we chose to come here so that we could meet up with our (soon to be) Brazilian friends – PROS: Free fast Internet, hot clean showers, beautiful pool, electric and water hookups – CONS: expensive, basically just a parking lot, gangs of dogs bark All Night Long – 25 USD/night

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