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This is an upscale park with nice concreted spaces and tidy bathrooms. Fully gated 24 hrs. Cost $500pesos for full hook ups only. Nothing else available. It is near the town of la paz and near the bay. Quiet at night.
Confirmed Open November 2019
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Permanently closed in rumors that the owner died. It is locked with weeds growing all over the inside.. I drove around the block into the east Cesar Marea Hotel & Public Parking for FREE and better location too. This was a great option because due to the pandemic bit of the hospitals and RV parks in La Paz are closed. I only option was to spend $20 at the pension Baja hotel down the 10 min east.Report Check-In
Definitely closed!! wee entered and the place seemed not very well maintened and, we talked to the guy who managed the place and he says that the owner died and that s why it close definitely !Report Check-In
Nice park right in the centre of town. Very quiet and a great view of the water. Have a 23’ trailer and our friends have a 35 ft class A. Reserved two sites 5 days prior by phone but when we arrived we ended up sharing a large spot with water, no working electricity and one sewer. No biggie for only a few days.Report Check-In
Nice location and nice people! WIFI is not very good. The park outside of town is newer an the same price, but the location is hard to beat here!Report Check-In
Jan 2020- 500pesos per night.
Clean bathrooms with hot water showers. Secured place with locked gate. Quiet. Close to the malecon
Definitely open! I double check with Juan and his cousin Lupe who are running it now. The owner is still there, very sweet and soft spoken, with her 14 year old dog Oso. I asked Juan if it would remain open and told him if the reviews of it being closed. He said yes. Seems they are trying to keep it going. Not upscale but good concrete and amazing WIFI and electric. This place could be amazing with a few upgrades and care. Clean both rooms with shower and very safe behind gate. I’d recommend just for the proximity to the malecon. We walked in a few times. Nice bike path all the way!Report Check-In
Very much not closed... We heard how nice this spot was and despite this listing saying it was closed we came by to check. The gate is kept closed as others have mentioned, but we hollered "Hola" through the gate and then shortly greeted by Ricardo who is managing this place with his Aunt. 500pesos is maybe a bit steep, but the waterfront view is nice and it's in the big city so maybe to be expected. I asked for a phone number if you want to phone ahead 6121988395. His Spanish is good, English, not so much.Report Check-In
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Can’t say enough about this place , Well worth the $26/or 500 pesos ... best place in La Paz to set up a base and explore ... wish there where more like it .. 5 stars ...Report Check-In
There is an older lady that runs the place, she is very sweet, but repeats herself a lot so be very patient with her. The park wasn’t very full but it was very clean. When you come to the gate just honk your horn and they open it for you. We thought it was a little expensive at 500mx. We just stayed one night.Report Check-In
We checked out this place because there are not many options in La Paz. We found it open however it is way worse than the Campestre Camping (which isn't too good either). We could not think of any reason to stay here. Whoever calls this upscale must have a strange sense of humor.Report Check-In
My husband and I are from BC Canada and purposely stopped by this rv resort for future planning. The elderly owner Maria (I think is her name) was there and she let is through the gate to check out the area. She has an employee on site staying in a modular type home by the gate. Everything looked clean but only a few RV'ers staying. Maria and her husband built this place from scratch many years ago and her has since husband passed away. She is a very sweet lady but had a hard time remembering things and repeats often. She used to be an airline stewardess. Bless her for still managing this place.Report Check-In
Aquamarina RV Park is very much still open. Great location right on the bay close to the zona commercial. We stopped by today to see if was actually closed and it’s not there was RV’rs there, someone pulled in right we got there we talked to the lady and it’s 500pesos per nightReport Check-In
Le camping est ouvert, pas de dump sur placeReport Check-In
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O.k. for a City campground. But expensive, 500 Pesos! The Cuquita Restaurant on
the other side oft the road is good and not expensive.
Easily accessible for big RV (even more than 30Ft) and very secure, we leave our RV couple of time while visiting La Paz (there is a gate). We chose this one, because it was very close to city, you can either drive with bikes or walk (roads aren’t too busy, secure and feasible with kids).
There is a small beach and restaurant at a minute walk.
Please note that before arriving there is a small dirt road (but very easy even for big rig), than you would have to wait at the gate until it opens. This place is own by a very nice and old women, who traveled a lot, she speaks English and Spanish. Very quiet at night, lovely garden ! Very good place if you look for something close to La Paz.
Stayed one night on a friday. 2 other rv’s. Nice campground and Very safe to leave your car while visiting La Paz by the gate. Great showers, dump, water and electra. Not Very cheap but Great and safe.Report Check-In
We drove down the street in our 28’ Class C to this RV park and it is a very poor area. Many cars on the street have flat tires, broken windshields, rusted bodies (you get the picture). Once we reached the entrance to the RV Park, there was a gate and no one was there. Decided to turn around (a bit tight but ok) and go elsewhere. I would recommend that you do the same, especially with a big rig.Report Check-In
Good spot, but a bit overpriced. 500 MXN for full hook-up per night. The lady is friendly but indeed a bit confused and forgets easily, so make sure you first fill in the registration form, only then pay and check if she writes down that you paid. Decent wifi, good showers and certainly safe. Ok for one or two nights.Report Check-In
There really aren’t any great camping spots in La Paz. We stayed at this RV Park a couple times last year and like the older woman who runs It a lot. But she’s in her 90s so yes I️m sure she gets confused a lot. Basically this spot is walking (or cycling) distance to the city center, and our experiences with Maranatha have been negative everytime we’ve stayed there. Aquamarine is 500 pesos, which is grossly overpriced, but Maranatha charges the same (also grossly overpriced). I’d rather give my money to the owner of Aquamarina. You get full hookups here and a bay view (which means a nice cool breeze off the water. There’s no pool but ever time we’ve been to Maranatha the pool is closed due to large (and noisy) church groups using It.Report Check-In
The old lady is very nice and speaks good English (her husband was American). You only need to speak slowly and clearly and in short and easy sentences.
She let us dump our toilet at one of the empty spaces for free.
The place looks very nice and well kept.Report Check-In
Patio en béton. tranquille. vue sur l eau. 500 pesos par nuit tout inclus. les jardins ont besoin d amour. nous n avons pas utilisé la douche et salle de bain. la dame est un peu confuse mais sympathique.Report Check-In
Woman tried to charge us 500 pesos a night, said it is the new price since people are not staying long term anymore and she needs to cover expenses. Just a rundown parking lot surrounded by buildings, barely any shade and wifi only worked near the office. Not worth it in our opinion, did not stay.Report Check-In
The woman is really a bit confused but very friendly. If you have a problem with the internet reset the router in the house of the woman and than it works. The park is expensive but very quiet, safe and the toilets and showers are clean.Report Check-In
Ok. Way to expensive. Safe but internet did not work, which considering the price is really disappointing. Owner is a nice lady but very much old and a little confused, forgot to give us our change. Showers are cleanish.Report Check-In
We stayed 5 nights since we were taking Spanish classes in town.
It served it's purpose of being very safe, close to town, clean and had hot showers.
The wifi mostly did not work and the park certainly has seen better times.
However there are very limited options in La Paz so it was just ok for
400 pesos + tax per night.
very high standard RV park with large sites and trees. each site is full hook up 50/15amp, water and sewer. price is 464mxn, which I think it's a little too much, however it's close to town and we needed to work on the van. gate is always shut, but there is a guy around all the time to open it. WiFi connects, but no internet. showers are clean and hot, has its own beach access, which is a nice touch. this was funded to a high standard, but has seen better days now. owner is nice, but again too expensive for what you get.Report Check-In
Small and empty when we arrived. The gate guard kicked the gate motor several times to get the gate open. The owner is very pleasant but unable to get the internet service working (and unwilling to call their service provider). No pool. Expensive (400 pesos + 64 tax) for what you get.Report Check-In
464,- Pesos / Night for Full Hook. Price is OK for this nice, clean, quiet and safe spot. Very friendly owner.
We did a Whale Shark Snorkeling Tour with http://wp.lapazviptours.com/wp/ (Anna Cabo) and each of us got a 10$ discount for the tour because we stayed at Aqua Marina RV Park. For the tour Anna picked us up at the dock right behind the RV Park. Only 6 people on a boat and only 2 people at the same time in the water with the Whale Shark. She is the best tourguide in town and took photos and videos of us and the Whale Shark for free. She is very busy so it is better to book in advanced.
We contact her with whats app (+52 6122003989) and we were very lucky and got 2 spaces for the Upgraded Tour on the next day. It was the best tour ever!!
nice place but wifi sucks and $128 tax added to the $800 pesos for two daysReport Check-In
Nice Campground if you will stay near to La Paz City Center. We payed 465 Pesos for 1 night. Expensive but safe and really close to Down Town. Only Full Hookup sites. Nice bathrooms with hot showers. When you arrive, the gate ist allways closed. Drive to the gate and wait, so they will open for you.Report Check-In
Aquamarina RV park is still open and is still the best camping spot in La Paz city. Clean small RV park right on the bay with decent wifi, good showers, and a wonderful breeze that keeps you cool even when the city is smoking hot. There is a security gate, but simply honk your horn and someone will open the gate for you.Report Check-In
It might look closed from the outside (always gated) but after honking they opened the gate. Had a nice stay here today. The place is upscale and well maintained but the central location to La Paz makes this a great spot to explore the city. The restrooms were clean and they had hookups (which we didn't use). The place is run by a charming old Mexican lady who was very helpful with everything.Report Check-In
This looks like a nicely maintained RV park, close to the city center with a small beach. The place is not closed, we just honked our horn and the gate opened and a nice lady came out to greet us.Report Check-In
Tried to check in here today.
Place is locked up tight and no one around.
Moved on.Report Check-In
Excelente RV Park, lo mejor de Baja California Sur. Pagamos M$400.- por noche, con agua, electricidad y Dump Station y Wifi. Muy bien mantenido y limpio. Su dueña un encanto. Muy recomendable, pese a ser más caro que otros.Report Check-In
Was going to stay here. Got all set up, the owner didn't realize that we had passengers in our truck camper and van convoy of 2. She came out to say we didn't pay enough for all of us even though we were dry camping. The place was totally empty! We asked how much more she wanted and she wouldn't say anything. We packed up after enjoying the shade for 30 mins. Gave her 20 pesos for using the bathroom once and even that was a problem as it wasn't enough apparently.
Too expensive, too many rules and totally empty.
Still open, nice place but expensive.Best thing: lots of shade.Report Check-In
The place is still there and open. We paid 400 Pesos for two people.Report Check-In
Lovely! Stopped at the park outside of town and it looked ok but saw this on ioverlander and decided to check it out and so glad we did! Not in church's Mexico book so little known but gorgeous bay view, small campground, super friendly owner. Wifi and hot showers. Walking distance to downtown. Spend your at 400 but other park nearly as muchReport Check-In
Quiet and nice a little pricey $400p but super close to everythingReport Check-In
Stayed for 3 1/2 months. Safe and clean (electric gate). The common area is so lovely to have coffee in the morning or cocktails at night. We paid 8000 pesos for 30 days. About a 15 min walk to the Malecon. Close to two grocery stores (Mega and Chedraui), a gym, pharmacy, potable water on Topete St. (8 pesos for 5 gallon), churches, marinas, laundromats, etc. Bathrooms have hot showers and toilet paper and are always clean thanks to Lupe, one of the groundskeeper. Ernesto, another groundskeeper, is friendly and maintains an eye on personal belongings. Mary Lou, the owner, is a very nice lady that loves a conversation but knows when not to pry. Good access to beach on bay area (not swimmable) to lay a towel for sunsets or you can go to common terrace and get a bird's view. Visited with friends and family on common area. Overall and outstanding long-term experience.Report Check-In
nice RV park; pricier than most but secure and with full hook ups, hot showers and good Wi-Fi. Mary Lou is very nice owner and we got a spot facing water. lovely Palm trees and a welcome breeze. there is a nice 3rd story patio to view the city and sunset from. staying here a week alone while hubby flies back to States for a week. feel comfortable doing so. got a weekly rate of 2680 pesos Inc using power for AC. very quiet here.Report Check-In
Great RV park, not cheap but excellent amenities and service. 15 minute walk from the center of town. Right on the beach and lots nearby. Highly recommended for the day and night before the ferry..Report Check-In
For Baja it is pricey, but it is a nice spot. Been here 3 days and plan to be here for about a month while I'm in Spanish school. Clean bathrooms, flushing toilets, hot showers, good wifi, friendly people everywhere, and safe. We can leave our Unimog and feel completely fine that nothing will happen. Gated and guarded 24/7 and not overcrowded. There is only about 10-13 spots here. Will come back because it's that awesome.Report Check-In
Very nice. A perfect break from the road. Pricey, but good internet and the best showers we've had so far.Report Check-In
Clean and comfy. Fully paved. Gate was closed when we arrived so we had to wait around for a while. Cost a a whopping 515 pesos. Definitely not worth that kind of moneyReport Check-In
This is an upscale park with nice concreted spaces and tidy bathrooms. Fully gated 24 hrs. Cost $400pesos for full hook ups only. Nothing else available. It is near town and near bay. Lots of rules.Report Check-In