This is a small, locally owned park with mature fruit trees, palms, grass and a nice, slow vibe. The owner sees you pull in and greets you on his scooter. Water and hot showers included. Restaurant now open. The hurricane damage is apparent along the riverbanks. Including this access road. There is a little traffic noise. Beyond this park is a tiny seafood shack right on the ocean where the river meets the sea. There are a few permanent little homes in this park. Everyone was friendly and quiet. Very family feel to it. Owner-managed and improved for the last 22 years. You can tell they care very much.
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Our favorite camping so far. Good vibes, loooots of green and shade. They sell fruits that grow there (mango and banana). They also have a restaurants and books to exchange. Bathroom is clean and hot showers with low pressure. we paid 50 for laundry (only washer). they also rent bikes. We paid 300 for our rooftop tent.Report Check-In
I was here in 2018 and now again. Place is great, it has a restaurant now. They have washing machines, showers (low pressure) and its super quiet, with a very relaxed vibe. Full hook ups or dry camping. Paid 400 to have electricity because its just too hot. Wifi works great. Manuel, the owner, is a very sweet guy, and Jose, the security at night, is also very polite and good to talk to. I love this place.Report Check-In
Very nice pay campsite, some dry, some full hookup, lots of long-term leasers. Everyone there is happy and easy to get to know. The campground has a tropical feeling with lots of palm, banana, and plantain trees, flowers, and grass covered campsites. Nice (for MX) toilets, showers, and laundry. Very nice little restaurant and bar. Tranquilo. The drive in IS tight. I did it in a 25' class C no problem. There were a lot bigger rigs than mine. Enter through the arch (Moctezuma), head right on Calle Gral. Martinez past Asadero Danny's to Playa. When leaving veer left at Asadero Danny's onto Romero Rubio, then left on Zaragoza under the bridge, then left along the river to the south of town. If you're spending any time in Mulege, this is the place! 400 pesos/night w/ hookups.Report Check-In
I had to stay here with my van was being worked on and really enjoyed the place. It's clean (they rake and clean each spot after a camper leaves), they have three bath/ shower houses around the park, and they do have a hot water. Bathrooms and showers are clean. It's a nice place right on the river and only about a mile walk or drive from the lighthouse. The restaurant has good margaritas (careful they are strong), good food, everyone is very friendly.Report Check-In
Nice little pit stop on way south nice restaurant & bar 400$m for large RV 7pm is happy hour 👍Report Check-In
Great place in the forest in the middle of the desert. Lots of space and Privacy. Great restaurant. $400 per night. Hot shower with little pressure. WiFi OK. Couple of bars of ATT.Report Check-In
This park is too tight to get big RVs in. We have a 28' towing a cargo trailer, and it was inches getting through town, going in and out. It's definitely not worth the risk. In the park, it was pretty full of snowbirds and vans.Report Check-In
DO NOT DRIVE BIG RV IN! We have 28'+ cargo trailer was inches tight through town!Report Check-In
Very nice vibe. Got to park in the back with full hook ups and easy access to the wash to walk/run the dogs. The more full time neighbors were really nice.Report Check-In
Nice vegetation between sites. Full hook ups about $300 pesos if I recall correctly. Nice people; many semi-permanent. Booked a rock art tour from here with Salvatore Castro Drew that was great. Also hired a taxi to take us around town and to the local mission. Recommend Hotel Serenidad for quality food and ambiance.Report Check-In
Very nice people, very lush and beautiful park. We had a truck camper and a small trailer and found it easy to get in, but anything much larger would need a great driver and still might have issues. Very well kept, bathrooms kept clean, showers were great. We look forward to coming back January '24.Report Check-In
Very nice (lush/tropical) RV park w/clean restrooms & showers. $400mxn per night w/full hookups for 3 ppl in Sprinter van. Office mgr is very friendly and speaks fluent english. Onsite restaurant is GREAT!
Located right along the river walk so great place to stay and explore on foot.Report Check-In
After all the great reviews we were disappointed with our stay. We have a long trailer so ended up having to stay at the far back. We had a view of junk on a back road, there were glass shards in the rocks where we parked, and the bathrooms by our camp spot were subpar. The rest of the park had lots of foliage as described and beautiful houses. It just seemed like more of a place for longterm residents. At 400 pesos we didn’t stay for a second night, went down the road to do some free camping instead.
To top it off, in avoiding a stone wall on the other side an overgrown orange tree scratched the side of our airstream on our drive out. It’s not all bad but definitely didn’t find it to be the oasis others did.
Nice spot. An oasis after a couple of days of wild camping in the desert. The showers are hot, with good water pressure. Laundry is $50 pesos/load, but no dryers. We used some p-cord to rig up laundry line for drying. Folks come by the camp with delicious local treat including empanadas, cakes and cookies, and tamales. Nice flat biking on the malecon along the river. Shady spots, eclectic vibe, and lots of overland travelers. A nice respite from the dust and cactiReport Check-In
Lovely campground a short walk from Mulege - about 10-15 minutes. The restaurant is really good and the grounds are quite nice with lots of vegetation. Was only meant to be a short stop but stayed another night. Walk to the beach is 20-25 minutes.Report Check-In
Great spot! Previous descriptions still accurate. Water to the sites and laundry (washing machine only) is intermittent throughout the day, shower water was tepid. Grounds and facilities are well maintained, owners are very friendly and helpful. Would absolutely stay again!Report Check-In
Really wonderful campgrounds with clean bathrooms, flushing toilets, and hot showers. Sites are close together but they've done a great job putting a lot of foliage between them so you get a nice feeling of privacy (and also lots of shade). Neighbor noise can be a problem, though. Road noise not bad at all. The restaurant has decent food but played terrible music (we heard My Heart Will Go On twice!) all day and evening. The sites in the back are probably quieter and there is a separate bathroom in the back as well. WiFi slow but good cell signal.Report Check-In
well, the owner and the place is really nice buuuut unfortunately we had more than a small problem with the power hook up.
my girlfriend got a big shock when she touched our camper door while it was hooked to the power from the campsite.
the shock was that big that she fall from the leader with a lot of pain in her muscles.
the owner tried to fix the power plug and found a few loose wire.......
we are more than easy going but this is more than unsafe!
got our money back and choose another campground.
check your power box before you plug in!
Very nice campground under the fruits trees which give you some shades. You can even buy some mango, grappes and bananas that grow in the campground
300 pesos for a night (400 pesos for the big rv) with full hookups (electricity, water and dump), toilet, shower, little pool and laundry.
We also ate at the restaurant which was so good and the staff were really friendly ! There is a very slow wifi at the restaurant.
(We did hesitate to go to the other campground Villa Maria Isabel RV Park next to the highway but it was 500 pesos a night and not nice compare to this beautiful paradise)Report Check-In
Nice sites with grass and fruit trees. $300Mx / site, no discount if dry camping. Good showers & toilets. Quiet this time of year.Report Check-In
correction on previous post : driving in town was NOT IMPOSSIBLEReport Check-In
After driving from USA this is the most relaxing park on route. With a 40 ft rig and toad driving though town was tight but possible. Manuel and family are super friendly and helpful. We planned to stay 2 nights but staying at least 5. Lots to see and enjoy in the area. All prior info is good. The food at the onsite restaurant is fresh and good. Across the street at the food stand too. We would come back.Report Check-In
200 pesos for a motorcycle. this camping is a little paradise, it feels like hawaii at some spots. staff is friendly, wifi is correct and there is a restaurant where you eat for around 250 pesos a dishReport Check-In
Kinda loud at night for tent camping, otherwise a nice place. All previous postings are accurate.Report Check-In
Nice grassy campground with 2 showers and 2 bathrooms! Wifi is slow but it’s nice a shaded. There is a restaurant on site (never ate at it) but heard they have good micheladas. Campground right in a river and there is a taco stand across the street! We made $300MXN to stay one night!Report Check-In
Very nice campground. Sites separatet with palms and bushes. Very friendly staff. Toilets and hot showers ok.Report Check-In
Spent the night here. Great little spot with full hookups. Restaurant on the grounds with music at night. Sadly didn’t try the food but we got tacos from the place across the street which were excellent.
Great cell service and there is free wifi in the restaurant. The host is very friendly. They also have laundry and hot showers here which we didn’t use cause we only stayed one night. Would have liked to stay longer but we had to move on.
We paid 300 pesos for a truck and camper. With water, sewage, electrical. Larger vehicles are 400.Report Check-In
Nice RV Park quiet and friendly. Internet is “ok”, has showers, has restaurant, 30A power, water is intermittent (so fill tanks when you have it) and sewerReport Check-In
This is a great park, but we will most likely not be revisiting. The park itself is great, but driving through Mulege is not a pleasant experience. especially if you have a rig of any decent size. we have a 24' 5th wheel and getting out of mulege was one of the highest stress moments of our trip. accidentally take a wrong turn and you could be in serious trouble.Report Check-In
This used to be a quiet campground with tents, motorcycles, vans and a few truck campers; now filling with oversized class C's. Most of the desirable sites are now filled by permanent trailers and palapas. It is quickly becoming a trailer park, not a campground. I have been coming here for 15 years. I won't be back. 🙁Report Check-In
Nice tree covered campground, which was a much needed change of scenery after coming from the north. Lots of mosquitos, which I had not been missing. Restaurant, book shelf, ok showers, laundry machine. Lots of retired Americans and Canadians so felt a bit of out place as broke mid 20s travelers (lots of staring at us lol).
300 pesos per night for hook ups, and 200 pesos per night for “dry camping” which Is just a gravel parking area way beyond the main camping area. There were multiple open spaces when we arrived, but due to having a van, and not an RV, we were crammed into the smallest spot :/ other larger spots remained open during our stay which was unfortunate, but we’re used to being treated this way amongst more RV oriented campgrounds.Report Check-In
Loved staying there was very nice and well maintained. Great food at the restaurant.Report Check-In
Beautiful and quiet campsite. Friendly staff, weak Wifi but still working! Electricity and clean showers/wc. Totally recommend it!Report Check-In
wonderful camp spots, our 20 foot trailer for a couple of nights, 300 pesos a night with power no water hook up. Melissa was super welcoming and spoke English well. it's not everyday you can camp with banana trees in your campsite. Beautiful lush vegetation!Report Check-In
The place itself is adorable. Water and electric. Such friendly staff. $200 pesos per night.
However very underwhelmed with the on-site restaurant. I would highly recommend to save your time and money and walk down the road to the nearby restaurant. Or eat in town. Also, the restrooms and shower are not up to par. Found mice droppings so I did not use thee facilities.
Other than that, I would highly recommend staying there if the above doesn’t matter.Report Check-In
Best place we have stayed. We stopped for a night and stayed four. All the descriptions listed here are accurate. I would add the the entire time we were there the staff was cleaning and improving. To the last person they never failed to smile and say hello every time they saw us.
The food was great.
This is a great place to base yourself and take advantage of the wonderful beaches to the south. Our favorite was Playa Coyote.Report Check-In
As described, very full as compared to other spots we visited. Of you gave a bigger rig (like ours-30’) you must go on the highway to the town. Call ahead and someone will lead you to the property. Do not attempt to use the given coordinates which take you to the lower road and into the old part of town as the roads are too narrow, (we leaned the hard way!) otherwise a lovely RV park right along the river.Report Check-In
Pleasant campground in a convenient location in Mulege. On the river, less than a mile to the beach or town. $200 pesos a night. Electric, water, flush toilets, shower and wifi on site. Flat grassy sites with palapas and picnic benches.Report Check-In
absolutely beautiful, friendly, clean. have hook ups available. The river leading to the Sea of Cortez is right across the street. Walking distance to anything you would need. Has restaurant for breakfast and lunch. Showers and bathroom.Report Check-In
Beautiful oasis in the heart of Mulegé. Backs up to an arroyo which is great for off leash dog walking. Good cell reception . Ok internet. Showers have hot water and good pressure. Nice covered shared area to eat, read or hang out on devices. $10/night ($200 pesos) or $300/month (can rent an improved space for this).Report Check-In
Total Garden of Eden as described! And we felt super lucky to get the last spot (it’s full during COVID - lots of permanents and long-timers here). Still 200/night.
Jesús greeted us as soon as we arrived and gave us the lay of the land. Friendly neighbours. Super quiet and delightful - fruit trees, flowers, hummingbirds. Riverfront with a couple of restaurants (some closed during COVID).
We decided to stay for a month and use this as our home base for visiting the locals beaches. They opened a restaurant while we were there - yummy. Manuel takes amazing care of his property. We can totally see why people come here then never leave!
They handle turnover well - I would advise calling in advance, but also don’t let that deter you...they’ll probably squeeze you in.Report Check-In
Each site it private with a palapa and table. Walking distance to town.Report Check-In
Very nice place for spending some time in a quiet small town. Hot water, wifi, eléctricity, full hookups for the rich guys and a clean bathroom for us.
Enjoy the place and see you at the road guys..!!!
4.5 STAR spot.
4G 4 bars of Verizon service. parks internet strongest at Pavillion near sites 1,2. Multiple bathrooms and showers. Observed regular cleanings being done on the 1 near pavilion. I chose to clean a less used one. Washer on site. Love our site. Huge greenery seperates sight from neighbor. Tropical plants, green grass underfoot. Town a mile 1 direction. Beach 1 mile the other direction. Will definitely extend my stay in this great location.Report Check-In
Excellent stay. Like a little garden of eden. Nice owner, 100 pesos per person. Has electric water and sewer hookups. Highly recommendedReport Check-In
Very nice place, indeed. As described. We walked to town and beach (town is closer) and liked it. Good for more than 1 night. Payed $200 for a hook-up site. Shower and restroom basic but very much ok to use.Report Check-In
Great camping spot, close to everything, hot shower. Very friendly, highly recommend it. We ended up 5 nights instead of just 1!Report Check-In
Good RV Park, very green. Your are camping right next to other campers (it's an RV park after all...) but there is a green wall between sites. Showers were very clean and hot. TP at toilets (a + in Baja).Report Check-In
Somos mochileros y hemos armado nuestra carpa en una de las plazas de los coches. Hay toma corrientes, baños y duchas. Por nosotros dos pagamos más o menos $MXN 180 por día si mal no recuerdo. El dueño y la joven de la recepción fueron muy amables con nosotros, hay café por $MXN 10 en las mañanas. Está alejado unos 10 minutos de las tiendas y unos 15 del mar. Está cerca de un bar donde paran en su gran mayoría estadounidenses seguido de canadienses. Muy buena onda la gente en el bar.
La huerta es muy tranquila y agradable, genial ver las estrellas en las noches.
Friendly staff greeted us upon drive up. Waited patiently as we walked the park looking for a good spot. Very friendly folks staying in the park. Beautiful location across from river. You can walk, bike or drive to Centro Mulegé.Report Check-In
Hi everyone!! i am jesus. I work at Huerta don chano .please be advised that our prices are still $200 pesos/Níght for campers and small vehicles and $300 pesos for RV's and motorhomes. Thankyou.
We loved this place - it was an oasis of green that we didn’t even know we were missing in the Baja deserts. Wifi was slow but worked in our site (and we stayed far from the road because they warned us it could be loud). Clean, all the amenities, a treat. 200 pesos for one night.Report Check-In
Nice campground with all the amenities as described, but the owner wanted us to pay 100 pesos per person, although it was supposed to be 150pesos without electricity or 200 pesos with.
We are a family of 6 (2 adults, 3 teens, 1 kid), no way I would pay 500 or 600 pesos for a night in Baja. We badly wanted to have a hot shower, so I negotiated and he agreed to let us stay for 300 pesos.Report Check-In
Great place and the best value for money (200mxn no budging) so far in Baja. Nice owner. Proper hot showers and pressure. Strong Internet (but we were the only ones using it). Avoid spots closer to road on weekends, the locals live driving up and down with loud music until 3am, but we didn't care to be honest.Report Check-In
One of the nicer pay sites we’ve been to in baja, clean bathroom and solar shower, great wifi everywhere in the campground (able to down load podcasts and a few movies) friendly people! Not sure if we met the owner or the son who may run the place but he spoke very good English and was very helpful. Slightly expensive at 200peso for one night, no budging on that. We are in the off season and the many large fruit trees provided some much needed shade and they said we could pick as much fruit as we wanted! (Banana, lime, mango, papaya, guava, plums)
We camped right next to the office. WiFi signal is very strong, however while we were there the actual connection to the internet didn't work. The Telmex cellular signal was strong however and I got 4G throughput on my T-Mobile phone.
There two bathrooms very close to the office and a shower-- which has excellent water pressure and temperature. There is also a covered area with a hammock and shade. The campground is well watered and cared for -- with green grass and trees.Report Check-In
Good place to stop for the night. Manuel is very welcoming and speaks good English. The campground is nice with grass, papaya and banana trees. Tropical vibe. Also: BEST shower in Baja (warm water and powerful stream). There’s a bar/restaurant down the road that you can walk to in probably 15 minutes. Both places are dog friendly.Report Check-In
Lovely place along the river. Clean bathrooms and shower. Can get a taxi into town if needed.Report Check-In
Car des fois avoir l'électricité (assez fort pour l'écran et la PS4 de notre fils) et internet, c'est agréable... Ici, c'est rempli d'expatriés de la Californie ou du BC. 200 pesos, 14$ Can. avec tous les services.Report Check-In
Really nice campground. Two sanitary buildings with one shower and one toilet each.
Sites have power and water. And Palapas with picknick tables! Where do you see that in Mexico?
Front row gives you sun in the winter and a nice view of the river. Wifi depends on where you are, but can be rather good at the office building. 200p all included.
Stayed 2nights; for 200Pesos/ night with power and water; everything else like described! But the WiFi was pretty slow at our two days of vacation.Report Check-In
Oasis in the desert along the river. Quiet and friendly. Very clean and safe. Enjoyed the view, palms and flowers.Report Check-In
Nicest RV park we have seen in Baja. nice view of the river. right on the road but a pretty quiet road after 7 PM. Didn't have to wait for the bathroom or the shower ever despite it being full which was surprising with only 1 of each. The grass and the trees really made this nice even though we were all very close to each other. the River view was great and it was less windy then on the coast. Town had everything we needed. We did laundry, stocked up on food, got a tire repaired & refilled our water.Report Check-In
Really nice Campground. There is more than one bathroom available, and they are really clean and cleaned every day. Staff is super friendly, it is quiet at night, town is in walking distance, wifi is good... What else do you want?Report Check-In
Nicest campground so far. $200 a night all included. Electric and Hot shower!! Grass, flowers and many fruit trees! Manuel is very friendly and accommodating. Next to the river, close to beach and town.Report Check-In
We were asked for 100 pesos per person a night. There were four of us so it was not worth it to stay.Report Check-In
nice places with lots of fruit trees like mango, Papaya and banana. showers are electrically heated and very hot.Report Check-In
Beautiful located campground. Small lovely Village with lot of food and market nearby. Wanted place with No water and electra because we are selfcontained but was not possible. Paid 200Report Check-In
Great surroundings, nice vibe. Stayed two nights at site with electricity, 200 MXN per night. People come up with breakfast(yum!), fish, banana bread and kayak rental. 15 min walk from town, 25 min from sea.Report Check-In
Tent-camping here 3 nights with dog. In my opinion, this place continues to be one of the best campgrounds on the Baja peninsula. Good wi-fi & clean bathrooms & friendly people. No evidence of damage from hurricane at this time. Price includes all utilities. 200 pesos/night/campingReport Check-In
Only one toilet and one shower but clean and good water pressure in shower. 200 Mpso for our small truck. Nice sites with water and electricity. Grass is a nice change to sand and dust.
Nice place, we’d stay again 😊👍
Stayed here in our van, 2 people 200 peso per night. Really loved this park it’s lush green and has perfect little parking spaces, ours had a picnic table and a palapa shade. Lots of permanent trailers but it had a lot of space available too. Really cute and quiet. WiFi was strong and fastReport Check-In
Beautiful Campground, with a nice owner. There are only two flushtoilets and one shower. But it's clean and the shower is strong and hot. The wifi was good and fast enough to upload pictures to my blog. Power on every place. Paid 200MXN and stayed two days. Everything is green and shady.Report Check-In
Lovely grassy camp spot.
Hot showers and toilets available.
200mxn per night
wifi rather slow but available.
Our favorite RV park in Baja, by far. The owners put a lot of love into this place, it’s clean, comfortable, and really pleasant right on the river.Report Check-In
Beautiful place, highly recommended. Would stay here again on my next trip to Mulegé.Report Check-In
very lush and green. some sites are very private. Lots of gringos. we paid 200 pesos which included water and electriciyy. Internet is hit and miss.Report Check-In
Awesome camping! Really the best one we've visited in a while. Super clean place, you can see there's much of love put in this place. Private camping space between several fruit trees (papaya's, banana's, oranges). Clean hot shower, clean toilet, really nice owners and security all day/night. Loved it! Stayed 3 nights. Place is 200 pesos per night but well worth it! Close to beach and (small) village. Grab groceries at Leh (big supermarkt) at San Rosalia if you're coming from north.
Nice English speaking car mechanic(s) - first car shop at your right when heading in to town - named Daniel Buckabecks (something like that) if you wanna do a check upon your car. We just did a tire fix.Report Check-In
We stayed here two nights, just before it fills for the winter. 200 pesos with power and fast internet. Owner is very sweet, super friendly expats and locals. Great place. Nice green oasis.Report Check-In
Positives: Good price (150 because low season), decent wifi, warm showers, nice lots, good power, shady, nice owner on arrival, free papaya.
Negatives: After initially telling us we could use a fridge set up next to our van, the owner sent a pickup full of workmen late at night to remove it, making us get up to remove all our things from it. Lights were also kept on all night, which didn't help with the already abundant mosquitos and wasps.
A nice place, and assuming the fridge thing was out of the ordinary, seems like it'd be a nice place to spend a few nights. (Just be sure to bring repellant!)Report Check-In
Very nice, well maintained camp sites. Easily talked the manager down from 200 to 150mxn for a car camping spot. Manager stopped by to check in several time and brought us papayas from the trees that divide the spots.Report Check-In
what an awesome spot to chill! hang your hammock! paid 100 pesos full hook up, great wifi at camp spot, fridge, bathroom, shower.... just great!!Report Check-In
Price was 200MX for a car/tent camping for 2 of us. Road not long annid easy to maneuver through with our 2WD sedan car. Like others said, yes abundant fruits you can pick and beautiful flowers and birds. We were given a spot next to washing station and bathrooms/ showers. It also included a small fridge. There was cleaning bottles by the sink and wrapper in the sink. Bag of dog food on floor by wash station, CD and empty cigarette box left at the site. Once the lights dimmed so many night insects including huge cockroaches around property and inside fridge. The place looked like nice but cockroaches and questions of cleanliness will keep me from returning. Though I've heard from gringo locals and friends whom traveled to hot humid countries, cockroaches are common as they like to live in the leaves of the trees.Staff was super nice and other guests.Report Check-In
Stayed here for a few days. Very nice campground. A lot of privacy as trees separate the spots. Internet was working well. Shower and toilet is nice and clean. Jesus (manager) is super super friendly and helpful. He checks on us all the time and helps us with what ever we need. Fresh fruits from the trees are yummy. The town is 15 min by foot and the ocean around the same. You can rent kayaks if you wish. 200!pesos with hook up
We would stay here again.
Nice site with tropical plants. Good hot shower, clean. Near to river. English speaking, friendly people. Close to Mulege.Report Check-In
Beautiful garden with a lot of exotic birds. Excellent value @ Mex$ 150 (without electricity) per car including WIFI and hot showersReport Check-In
Nous confirmons tout ce qui est dit dans les commentaires précédents. Manuel est un propriétaire très attentionné et qui s'occupe bien de son business.Report Check-In
Now run by Manuels nephew,now has second shower plus additional toilet along with improved wifi ????
200$m per night.
Well kept, very green campground. Hot showers, flashing bathrooms and fast wifi. Town is only 15 minutes walking distance. Water, electricity at most sites. Free sweet oranges. M$ 200/per night. Stay 7 days and 8th day is free. We loved this this place and stayed 5 days.Report Check-In
Nice little RV park with more folage (trees, plants, etc.) than the typical Mexican RV park. View of Rio Mulege from park and short distance to a gravel beach. Close to central Mulege. Good wi-fi with electric and water. Camping allowed.Report Check-In
Nice spot with well kept grounds and clean bathrooms. Price for non-electric is now $150MXN and we had to push a little to get that price (we HATE doing that), but knowing we don't use electric, we didn't want to pay $200 a night. The biggest downside to the place is the close proximity of the spots. If you are unlucky enough to be near folks that like to party late every night (as we were), it's not easy to escape the noise.Report Check-In
A really nice place with individual sites separated by fruit trees and bushes. Everything very clean and very friendly hosts. The nicest commercial CG in the BC so far. We payed 200 M$ per night, tentsites 150M$Report Check-In
Beautiful location, we had a canopy covered concrete slab, and a place next to it for our RV, friendly people and nice hot showers, can highly recommend this placeReport Check-In
Only stayed here one night but found it really comfortable with friendly owners. The wifi was fast, the shower had hot water, our pull-through site had RV hook ups. There were also basic areas for tents in the front for 100p/night. There is only one bathroom to accommodate the campground but never had any trouble with waiting. Cost 150p/nightReport Check-In
Nice, clean, shady place a lot of green plants. Water, electricity and sewer on every place. Hot shower, clean bathroom. A lot of dogs, most are friendly. Fast WiFi. Good distance to town.Report Check-In
100 pesos w/o electricity. Hot showers, wifi, shade under the trees and very quiet. Dont miss it on your way south to La Paz.Report Check-In
Excelent place, clean, hot showers, water for the camper, and great wifi! 100 pesos.Report Check-In
We paid 100 pesos for a spot without using electricity. Near town and the beach, pretty trees with fruit and flowers, grassy spots. Was very quiet at night; a few other PanAm travelers here at the same time. Shower was hot, as previously noted, only one shower/bathroom for all campers, so sometimes busy.Report Check-In
We paid 150 pesos/day for a nice level gravel spot with electric, non potable water, a sewer dump, picnic table, shade trees, and an outdoor sink (although the drain emptied onto the ground). There is one bathroom for everyone to share, so it's best to time your shower accordingly. The shower has hot water and good water pressure. The owner, Manuel, speaks English and is very helpful. We even had laundry pickup and delivery. Friendly expat community here. We stayed 3 days.Report Check-In
pulled in and immediately was asked for 200 pesos for a night... agreed on 150 with no electricity. tractor was working for couple of hours right next to me, very noisy. anyway i got what i wanted - dump and place to stay overnight.Report Check-In
Very nice place close to beach with wifi and Hot shower. friendly ownerReport Check-In
Nice spot. Shaded. $10 US. 1 bathroom with shower between all camping spots. Clean. Manuel the owner is very nice and speaks English.Report Check-In
This is a small, locally owned park with mature fruit trees, palms, grass and a nice, slow vibe. The owner sees you pull in and greets you on his scooter. We paid $100pesos for a night with water and electric and hot showers. The bathroom is a single room, so there could be a wait. And since the road washed out, there is a bit of traffic through here. The hurricane damage is apparent along the riverbanks. Including this access road. Beyond this park is a tiny seafood shack right on the ocean where the river meets the sea. There are a few permanent little homes in this park. Everyone was friendly and quiet.Report Check-In