Red Snapper RV and Campground. | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
3.2 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Adventure Trio

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Unknown
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Right on the beach. It's one of the only camping sites in town that we found that will allow tents.

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Prices have gone up. It is now 300 pesos per night plus 5 pesos/kilowatt hour if you’d like internet. The place looks somewhat deserted - you knock on the black door of the house to the left as you enter in order to stay there.
Right on the beach.

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Fantastic campground. NOT CLOSED!! Now renovating large palapa. Water supply good but we buy RO water for drinking. Some music from construction next door, but quiet at night. We’re here until March 2022.

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This place is closed to camping.
No one is around to ask.

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DO NOT CAMP HERE!!! The stuff was unfriendly, would have been 250 Peso for 2 adults plus 100 per child. Thats almot the price of a hotel. Didn't stay.

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Showed up later in the evening (2030) and the hostes was outside with some others. Was told price was 280. Gave 250 and that was accepted. Hot showers. Right on beach with views. Friendly campers in area. Met an expat who has been staying there religiously over last decade or so. Dog friendly. RTT was nice waking up in the morning. Stayed only one night.

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Great small place, enough room - just not many site's.
Showers was nice and hot.
Had fun in the waves, great beach - walking distance to town.
We paid 250 P a night, electricity is separate. We paid 95 P for two full days, from we arrived to we left we had two fans running full-time.

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Currently no restaurant on the campground, but there are plenty of restaurants in town. At this time, there is another van camper here, and an RV. No generators running here which is great. There were a bunch of bigger RV’s down the road at another campground. BYOTP - one small bathroom without toilet paper. Owner was very friendly - Elizabeth. $280mx. Per our neighbors - safe swimming, clean water, great snorkeling, possibility of petty theft at night so we put everything away and locked up the van. I would love to spend more time here.

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2 blocks to shopping, restaurants are close, the beach has large surf for swimming but fine on a calm day. Good spot for whale watching and a lot of repeat campers here, so it's friendly. Careful of the fast ATVs with ldrunk ocals. We were harassed by one Mexican threatening my husband when he was asked to slow down. So just be careful of the rental house on the corner. Pet friendly pesos were 250 nightly. Electric is extra. 5 per ow. Bathrooms are rarely cleaned, but the price is right. Lots of banana trees in the back. Not a secured yard as you can walk right in once the gate is closed. Nice quiet spot through to avoid the crowds.

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Beau petit camping pour des petits motorisés avec les trois services et wifi. Les propriétaires sont très gentils. 250 pesos par nuit.

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Stayed here for a night on our way south. 200 pesos (100 per person) for a spot right off the beach. It was off season, so the restaurant was closed, but the toilets didn't flush and there wasn't anywhere to put trash. So, basically wild beach camping. Might be worth it in season, but you're definitely better off elsewhere during the summer.

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Electricity has been restored as of January 13th.

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Nice location on the beach. 200p per night. Toilets and shower very basic and not so clean. Water and sewage available but no electricity.

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Arrived Dec. 5th. No power at the RS. Someone drove into their hydro pole and took it down. We are told the power should be hooked up again before Christmas. We shall see. This is Mexico.

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A camper took out the power here, so for the moment there is only water. This includes the bathrooms, restaurant, etc. Wifi is super slow and showering in the dark sucks. But... at the moment they are only charging 150 pesos per night which is a steal for this view! Nice beach, nothing much in town - buy groceries before driving in.

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Epic location, right on the beach with minimal hookups, seasonal reataraunt nov-apr its open. I was there in June and it was closed and only one other person at the campground. nice home owner who runs the campground. costs 100 pesos per person per night. Has showers and bathroom which was nice after a long day drive.
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RV park with 3 places on the nice beach
Basic restroom and shower
slow wifi
please test the french crepes at 100m on the main road...delicious

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70 Pesos per person without hook-up, didn't stay.

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Beautiful beach with RV/campground and restaurant. Walkable to restaurants and groceries. Price is 200 pesos or more depending on spot. Electric is extra. See photo for price breakdown. We tried negotiating down but it didn't work. Bathrooms with running water and showers under palapa. Nice owner and free wifi! Password: elmejorlugar

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The place has some damage from the recent hurricane but the the owners are great people and make sure that you have a pleasant stay. 8 sites with hookups, 220 pesos - without hookups 50 pesos per person. Take a few days down here, the beach is amazing and the town is lovely. There is a good restaurant right on the beach(open until 6pm) and a really good taqueria on the road with tables (1taco 10 pesos )

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Park is closed from May - Nov

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8 campsites most with hookups if needed. Right on the beach with a seasonal restaurant on site. 50 pesos per person per night. It's one of the only camping sites in town that we found that will allow tents.

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8 campsites most with hookups if needed. Right on the beach with a seasonal restaurant on site. 50 pesos per person per night. It's one of the only camping sites in town that we found that will allow tents.

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