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Former KOA, lots of cabins to rent and lots of RV sites, however grass has not been cut in RV area for some time. Electrical hook ups work, water does not. Bathrooms/showers available off lobby. There is a restaurant, bar and gift shop, 10 minute walk to "down town" Creel. .
Our GPS was slightly different: 27.74159,-107.63618
This place is in Creel. Located on one of two main streets in town.This was a KOA at one time so the amenities met those standards once. Now the RV and camping area is run down but certainly useable. The Casa Club (main building) has very clean modern restrooms with soaps and papers! There is a laundry service on site and a restaurant, game room with foosball and ping pong and a small store. They can book tours here also. We did not rent a cabina but some were in use. Appeared tidy inside.
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We wanted to sleep here but they asked for the incredible sum of 350 pesos per person or 700 for two. So we went to the nearby lake where we slept really well.Report Check-In
They wanted 200 pesos per person per night.
There was only one toilet available. It was too expensive for us, I think they are no longer interested in RVs.
We stayed here 3 nights, needed nothing, had to pay 300 per night although we traveller one night in the train. Internet did not work and for 100 l water theo wanted 600 pesos, so never again.Report Check-In
Price increased to 250 pp p night. The night we are on the train trip is not charged and we can leave the vehicle in their yard under camera surveillance .Report Check-In
RV needed repairs so we rented a cabin for 2 nights which was great with large dogs. $2100 pesos per night with full breakfast. 3rd night stayed in RV. Didn’t try electrical but it was an empty former KOA campground with lots of room for dogs to run around. Restaurant was good. They let me fill my rV with potable water. Camping is now $200 pesos per night. Several dogs live on site but were all friendly and in decent shape.Report Check-In
We took the 2nd RV spot just after the entrance of the park, in the tree line, and got a functioning electricity plug right away. There is a water tap at the left of the entrance road, first parking lot. Good food in the restaurant. 7°C in the night.Report Check-In
Spent one night here after exploring the adventure park up the road.
Alright place. As others have said the RV park is run down and not maintained but the main building is beautiful. We found one Sani-dump station at one site.
Took a bit of searching to find a working electrical box but we did find some. Looks like they took out all of the water hookups at the sites.
We paid 200mxp per person per night.
Cabins looked nice, bathrooms are nice and have clean showers.
Wifi was spotty and didn’t work well.. but there was full Telcel 4G serviceReport Check-In
200 pesos now for a tent. Cabins were all booked up for Easter weekend. The lobby area is nice, has showers and a nice bathroom for use, as well as small restaurant and bar. Electrical hookups in RV area worked for me.Report Check-In
Restaurant and renting nice Cabanas. No official Campsite for RV's anymore but very nice and helpful people. Plenty of space to park, using toilet of the restaurant and filling water. No electricity anymore. Quiet and save. 150 Pesos per night. Shuttle 1,5km to El Chepe train and/or tours possible.Report Check-In
The RV parking area is unmaintained, however most electrical outlets still work, even the 30 amp outlets. Some sites have a usable sewer dump. Non potable water available at the back of the restaurant building. Cost is 150 pesos per person for camping. Wi-Fi not working during our visit, but good Telcel signal.Report Check-In
Tres bien pour visiter les alentours. Électricité mais pas d'eau au site, il y en a peut être ailleurs. Il y a des trous de vidange mais je ne sais pas si ils fonctionnent. 200 pesos, très grand.Report Check-In
As described. (614) 421-7088, 421-7089. toll free US 01(888)610-2095, in MX
01 800 710-6422
Still cold showers,dang. Great base camp for area. Left truck here while took train to ElFuerte.
150 pesos/ night for a big rig
Laundry : huge load 60 pesos wash+ 60 pesos dry
Quiet huge campground Each Sites with BBQ and electricity.
Nice wood cabins too. A playground for kids and a mini market.
Not so good. Cold shower, slow wifi, grass overgrown. 150$ is overpriced (forgot to negociate...) Close to nice town centreReport Check-In
nice spot paid $150/night. cold showers mediocre wifi. cozy lounge.Report Check-In
Site is huge and empty. There is a ton of space, though it's very overgrown, and muddy in places. The lobby, bar and restaurant were nice to have. Wifi was super slow where I was camped, but a bit better if you're sitting in the bar. Hot water was broken, so cold showers only, and he charged us 100 pesos per night. I also left the rig here for a few days while taking the train (same price). Secure place to park, worked well. All in all, a good place to stay for exploring the area.Report Check-In
We paid 100 pesos for a small rig after we asked for discount. No hookups. Excellent place to stay in Creel.Report Check-In
Agree with others camping a bit run down but modern hotel where toilets and cold showers are. Friendly staff. Paid 100 pesos per person a night. 3 Amigos, travel agent in the town very helpful with information of the area and can purchase map.Report Check-In
Located on one of two main streets in town. Just past The Lodge (notable as a Best Western chain) about 1K. This was a KOA at one time so the amenities met those standards once. Now the RV and camping area is run down but certainly useable. The Casa Club (main building) has very clean modern restrooms with soaps and papers! There is a laundry service on site (paid 100p for a large bag) and a restaurant, game room with foosball and ping pong and a small store. They can book tours here also. We did not rent a cabina but some were in use. Appeared tidy inside. We paid 200p for a space with no hook ups. Some look like they have electricity but none have water. We felt secure enough to leave chairs and such outside- but it is a shortcut for the nearby school gymnasium so people trickle by through out the day.Report Check-In
We camped in an abandoned RV park (it may have been the old KOA campground that is talked about in travel books). The hotel and cabanas as well as restaurant are still in full swing and they will still let folks camp. Any RV hookups that are still seen are not useable. There are clean bathrooms and hot water showers in the reception for use. And, there is a small store. The restaurant was often busy but we didn’t eat there. The staff were very friendly.
We stayed two times in and out of the canyons. The wifi was pretty slow at the tent.
We paid 200 pesos/night/per tent
Former KOA, lots of cabins to rent and lots of RV sites, however grass has not been cut in RV area for some time. Electrical hook ups work, water does not. Bathrooms/showers available off lobby. There is a restaurant, bar and gift shop, 10 minute walk to "down town" Creel. 100 pesos per person.Report Check-In