Big campground (Argentina style). Hundreds of campers. Big area. Clean but kids are joy-riding through the campsite on ATVs at high speed. Windy, though lots of sheltered spots. No wifi at the campground.
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hay para cargar agua , lugar para pasar la noche , entrada por atrás de la ciudadReport Check-In
The camping was closed end of april, so sadly we couldnt enjoy this apparently memorable experience. So, if you come in a certain month, be ready to not have a single place on the whole peninsula where you are allowed to sleep and have toilets/showers at night.Report Check-In
Worst camping we visited in both Argentina and Chili...With 6000 pesos for 2 people in a camper way overpriced...Camping spots are sand dunes without water and electrical sockets are 2 meters above the ground so unusuable.. Showers are closed in the morning and open at 19u at night...Bathrooms are really filthy and there is not even water to wash your hands...Stay far away from this campsite if possible!!!!Report Check-In
Camping com muito espaço, energia, banheiros limpos e duchas com horário (quando fomos funcionava somente por 1 hora) mas muito limpos e água muito quente. Um pouco difícil de achar um bom lugar com sombra e energia para a barraca. No geral camping muito agradável!Report Check-In
We stayed 5 nights, 4500pesos for 2persons + motor home. Limited facilities: no WiFi, no toilet paper, showers only between 7-9PM. Water cut off majority of the day, not allowed to do dishes in toilets (where water was running). Although whole Valdes struggles with water and power issues.
Toilets and showers very poorly maintained and not clean at all.
The last night there was rave party 5 meters from the camping. It was extremely loud, our camper was shaking from the bass. We left at 4AM because we would not stand it any longer. We felt ripped off since we just extended for 1 extra night and nobody informed us about it.
Not sure we recommend, location is ideal (and the only legit option) if you want to stay at Valdes for longer, but please be prepared
We were given a massiv discount upon mentioning that we are pensioners. They asked for a document an copied our Swiss ID without problems.Report Check-In
What a messed up place! Unfriendly stuff, sites dirty and full of garbage. 2500 Pesos pppn, showers just open 19.00-22.00. For me the worst camping so far in Argentine!Report Check-In
We tried to stay there for Christmas but all gates were closed. There was just a paper at the gate saying that it’s mandatory for all motorhomes to reserve in advance.
So we drove to the public parking at the end of the beach…great spot for free and a brilliant view!!
The Campground charges 7500 for 2 persons and a Campervan per day!!!
Camping com muito espaço. pagamos 3.000 pesos argentinos por RV e 1500 pp. não tem lugar para descarte e não oferece torneira para o RV. Água racionada. O chuveiro tem hora determinada entre 17 e 21hs. Banheiros limpos. @MotorhomenorumodaventaReport Check-In
Este é o único camping existente na Península Valdez. Possui uma boa estrutura de banheiros. Poderia ser um pouco mais organizado em relação às vagas para acampamento, mas é um bom camping.Report Check-In
For Argentinan standerds it’s not bad at all. Bathrooms are clean and technically OK.
We were almost alone here.
Vários jogos de banheiros e churrasqueiras. Muitas tomadas de energia. Pontos de água apenas nos tanques. Falta constante de água no verão. Próximo da pequena cidade.Report Check-In
We spent two nights here, we were told it's the only option for motorhomes. There are "motorhome parking prohibited" signs along the edge of Puerto Pirâmides, so we decided not to risk it. There was no one to answer when we arrived. The showers are only open from 6pm to 8pm, too bad that.
1.000 pesos ARS p.p.
Passamos duas noites aqui, fomos informados que é a única opção para motorhomes. Há placas "proibido estacionar motorhome" pela orla de Puerto Pirâmides, decidimos não arriscar. Não tinha ninguém pra atender quando chegamos. Os chuveiros só são abertos das 18h às 20h, muito ruim isso.Report Check-In
nice Huge Campsite with new renovated bathroom. very clean.but Not much visitors at this time of the year. paid 2.500 Pesos for 2 Persons and 1 campervan.Report Check-In
large but quiet campsite with 20 spotless very clean douches for the women, I think for the man too. hot water 18:00-20:00 this time of the year. paid 2000 for 2 persons in truckcamper.Report Check-In
Place now OPENED! Water, toilets, electricity and hot showers (from 6-8 pm). They clean the facilities every day. 2000 pesos for 2 people and 1 car/per day.Report Check-In
We don’t stay because the showers was closed. Only open 1h : 6-7pm .Report Check-In
desde este viernes, el camping esta abierto por la temporada, y CON servicios (agua, 220v, banos y duchas muy calientes). costo : 750/pp y 1250/motorhome.Report Check-In
we were able to sleep for free at the campsite which was no longer occupied. area protected from the wind. but from October 24, 2022 the campsite is closed for rehabilitation.
nous avons pu dormir gratuitement au camping qui n’était plus occupé. zone protégée du vent. mais à partir du 24 octobre 2022 le camping est fermé pour réhabilitation.Report Check-In
Huge campground, closed at this time of the year. But you are allowed to use it. We were told at the entrance/ visitor center that it is the only place on the peninsula where we can camp. Toilets, showers closed. No water. WLAN encrypted with password. Only electricity is there.Report Check-In
o camping é imenso e bem estruturado. esta com aspecto de abandonado e nao tem funcionários na recepção para cobrar as entradas. acampamos duas noites e não pagamos. não conseguimos usar os banheiros por causa da sujeira. acredito que não nos cobraram por se tratar de baixa temporada. tinham outras pessoas usando o camping e também não pagaram. custa 750,00 pesos argentinos por pessoa + 500,00 pesos argentinos por barraca.Report Check-In
Lausy, filthy, dirty...the place is now wheather open nor closed. You can stay there like nesrly wild, they say, that electricity should work. But there is no water, therefore no shower and only the mens bathroom was open, but in very dirty condition and not usable. We can not understand, that the community will let the place in this condition. It is the only place on the island, it's forbidden to camp wild on the island and there are travellers coming during the whole year! What are they supposed to do, if they are in need of toilets? Leave the island in the evening, looking around for a proper place, and come back the other day, paying the entry again? It's just a big shame...Report Check-In
We asked the tourist information on the first street next to the whale's tail about this campsite. the answer is that it is free, only the toilets were not working. but at the gate that was open there is a sign saying to call on whatsapp to open and they charge you. it seems abandoned but there is energy in the sockets, but for this doubt and there is no need we didn't stay at the campsite.Report Check-In
Very well protected from the wind that was blowing quite heavily on the wildcamp spot on the beach and clean hot showers. 2000 for 2 people plus a rooftop tent.Report Check-In
Very expensive, paid 2750 pesos for a motorhome and 2 persons. Nothing special about this placeReport Check-In
Camping enorme e bem estruturado. Pagamos 2000 pesos (Kombi + 2 pessoas)Report Check-In
Recommended that you ask first if there is any space available. Use the WhatsApp number: +54 9 280 434-4345. Prices for the 22 season in the pictures. Water available from 10:00 to 13:00 and 19:00 to 22:00.
Consulte se tem espaço disponível e faça reserva pelo número de WhatsApp +54 9 280 434-4345. Preços pra temporada de 2022 nas fotos. Água disponível de 10 as 13 e de 19 as 22.
'Completo' at Thursday mid-day, so we moved further to the west for RV beach parking. It would have been nice if we had been informed of 'completo' at the entry gate or the visitor centre. Maybe it's a good idea to inquire at entry and ask about other options as it is a long drive back and Puerto Madryn would be the best option.Report Check-In
Big campground! We arrived quite late ( 21.00) found out the camping was fully booked! As wild camping is not allowed at the peninsula we managed to get one ( last) spot in the middle of an un sheltered sandy bottom, thanks to the very friendly staff! Luckily there was not a lot of wind…Showers extremely clean, hot water! A big building, toilets separated from the showers. Advice: make a reservation for this camping or ask at the entrance of the national park (where you pay) if they can call the camping, otherwise you have to drive al the way back. Probably this is only necessary in high season.Report Check-In
Actual closed. There is a sign that said up to 28.10. the camping is closed. No information about reopening.Report Check-In
the camping is now free but with no service . only running water from some tape near parilla places.Report Check-In
Very Nice place to stay. We paid 250 pesos per perso and 150 for the car with roof tent. The bathrooms are very clean, but due to the scarcity of water, the shower is only available from 7pm to 10pm. Near to the beach.Report Check-In
Since it is the only camping site on the peninsula, you do not have that many options. Considering that, it is a solid and clean place. Everything is fineReport Check-In
Only camping on the island. We stayed there two nights from Friday to Sunday. While it was culturally quite interesting (kids running around and nocking at our door to see who is inside, Parilla and fiesta until late) it was not so relaxing like usually on Patagonian camp grounds. Hot showers were provided in the evening depending on the time the ware truck arrived. The beach is directly behind the camping but has the tendency to get crowded in the summer (and a bit dirty). Big downer was that on the beach and the camping the dunes smelled like pee because many people went there when the bathrooms were closed. If you are traveling with a motor home I would recommend to stay at the parking in the port area (it's ok I asked the rangers).Report Check-In
Big Places....showers between 19:30 to 22:30..proceso 650 argentinian pesos for 2 persons and a big rig. No WiFi.Report Check-In
Hight season. Campsite not delimited. 650 pesos/2 pers/1 car with roof tent. 250/p, car/150 pesos. Shower 7pm-10pm and 6-10am. Hot shower.Report Check-In
hot showers WiFi close to the entrance it cost 500 for 1 person Moto and tent and people are driving around on quads most of the eveningReport Check-In
they clean so much and every time the bathroom is closed. At "prime time" in the morning you basically can't use it. ait's really counterproductiveReport Check-In
affordable, very clean (a little exegarated, they clean all the time), cheap but very noisy....and this even before the beginning of the season. Don't want to be here un january...Report Check-In
Stayed there for two nights. Very sheltered from the wind. No views, toilets tolerable, showers closed and power at the lamp posts where the lights were on. Met the „manager“ who said it was free because of no showers. No potable water there.Report Check-In
Open but not free at all! 250p per person PLUS 150p for the car. We didn’t stay and just parked a few meters away at the beach. There’s a sign saying “no camping” but we asked the police officer if we can sleep in the car here and he said yes right at the parking lot we can stay - for free.Report Check-In
No one was there when we arrived eventhough the travel agency we used in Puerto madryn to book the whale cruise called and was told the camping is open.
Toilets were open and clean (there was even a cleaning lady in the morning), showers were closed and there was no electricity. I talked to someone that said the day before they paid and everything was running fine and there was someone at the gate, not sure what happened the night we were there. We stayed for free, no one was there at night or next morning to collect payment.
As it is the only legal option, we stayed here. However, the campground itself is not really nice, toilets are ofter very dirty and showers are only open 2 hours from 6-8pm. Showers were hot though. Camp manager is often not here, doesn‘t really care. We paid 650pp and night. After claiming, that it is too expensive we didn‘t have to pay for the 3rd night. If it weren‘t for the good company we would have left right away.Report Check-In
Not a nice place. Little to no shade. Electricity is only available where the campsite employee wants it. The employee also determines the opening times of the showers. The times are completely different from the times shown and are at times when nobody actually takes a shower. Water is often only rationed or not at all. The showers and toilets, like all sanitary facilities, are catasrophal dirty and defective.
Here you can clearly see the excesses of capitalism combined with a monopoly.
This place was the most expensive and worst place in Argentina.
We were already here in 2018 and nothing has improved until 2019.
With 1000 pesos for 2 adults, 2 little kids (no costs) and a camper quite expensive as it is the only campsite on Valdés. But the campspots near the dune in the lower area are quite nice and wind-protected. Great showers, but only open between 6 pm and 7:30 pm. Bring enough cash as you can‘t pay with credit cards and the only ATM in town was not working.Report Check-In
One look in the toilet bowls was enough. Gross.
bye bye and see you never again
Off season - quite okay. Basic toilets- no shower working at our stay. But the stay was for free.Report Check-In
We asked the tourist office and they told us that the camping is acessible in low season but has no servicies (meaning the showers are closed and nobody cleans the bathrooms...), there is electricity at least. There are no guards at the camping. It is free of charge.Report Check-In
When we came the place was closed but it was possible to stay. There is electricity but thats it. The camping is clean but the sanitair building is very very very dirty. But the place is free and is a good place to stay and visit the town.Report Check-In
Officially shut but electricity and bathrooms (no shower) and sinks for washing up/clothes. Clean and comfortable.Report Check-In
Nice camping near the beach. Free because its the off season... The toilets were opened, lot of barbecues, really quite !!Report Check-In
Leaving today, gladly. Wife tried to wash her hair before leaving, but it was forbidden to do it in the showers (what?!) and "as a special favor" was allowed to do it in one of the sinks. What an expensive, overregulated place!Report Check-In
2nd night here. Left the motorhome at the campsite and drove away in the truck to explore Peninsula Valdez. Arrived late to a very warm home (tree cover is deficient, and that at the best site we were able to find as the campground was quite full -- and when I came to the reception to pay for one more night, they told me it gets even more crowded during the weekends! I'm glad we will be leaving before then).Report Check-In
Really big campground, many separate areas for motorhomes, tents, and travel trailers. Quite expensive: we paid 1000 (!) argentinian pesos for a night with only 2 people in a motorhome (250 per person + 500 for the motorhome). They don't take cards, can only pay in cash. When we arrived there was no electric energy, and the guys at the reception didn't warn us about it, so we spent the best part of half an hour trying to figure out why I had no electricity inside the motorhome after plugging it in. I almost left then and there, but the electricity had returned by the time I went to the reception to get my money back. Guy in a trailer next site said it was out for 4 hours, but that blackouts were quite unusual (he looked like he was camped there for a long time). Also, no wifi, and the showers have a 3 minute time limit.Report Check-In
big campsite. got stuck in the sand once. so don't go to the part near the shop. was free for Christmas. a lot of locals driving quats all night. no light in the bathroom facilities, maybe for the best...Report Check-In
spent three nights here. apparently it was "closed" until the 23rd of December, means showers are closed but toilets open (not so clean though). Else lots of space for any size camperhome.Report Check-In
Still officially closed. Toilets are open but not cleaned... Water and electricity. Still free. Easy access to the beach. Good wifi and clean toilets at YPF station nearby.Report Check-In
Toilets open but showers closed. free (out of season). Very close with access to the beach! Spent two nights and enjoyed it!Report Check-In
Dirty, but free (out of season) and not noisy. No toilets open and no electricity.Report Check-In
Camping closed during off season. Gates open free camping. No services except water.Report Check-In
The place is still closed for off season although it’s high season for viewing the whales. Gates are open, potable water available and the bins are regularly emptied. Good shelter from the wind. Typically between 5 and 10 campers here per night, consequently parts of the site are ‘disgusting’. Complete madness not having the toilets open and a health risk. Toilets in town open from about 9am to early evening.Report Check-In
Not open end of September but the gate was not closed and we stayed anyway. Site is well located behind the dunes and the outside dish washing facilities worked well.Report Check-In
The campsite is closed for off-season, but the gates are not locked. we spent one night, the wind finally did not bother us.Report Check-In
Oficialy closed, but we were informed by rangers that we can camp inside without using facilites which are closed.
Anyway the status of the place appeared to be strange. Gate was closed and locked sometimes, but still couple of places were occupied.
Rather dirty and dusty but with good wind protection and free at this time of the year. Facilities were closed indeed but electricity and running water were still available. We spent two nights there. All other spots were too windy that days.
Worst place during 2 month car trip.
Do not recommend this place:
- shower closes at 8pm
- no water in toilets at evening and morning
- drunk people walked at night
- few aggressive dogs
- some unpleasant staff
- dirty camp areas
Only one thing we liked was good shelter from the wind.Report Check-In
Very crowded, no shade most taken by permanent spots. Very dirty toilets , showers were locked. Dusty/ sandy
Lots f kids on quad bikes Les till early hours
Loud music from a number of sites till 0430 am
Hard to recommend this place at any time
campground officially still not open, but allowed to be used, toilets (very clean) and water but no showers and electricity, much spaceReport Check-In
Even though the campground is officially closed at this time of tbe year, bathrooms were very clean (but no showers) and electricity is available. It's a big campground in front of the beach and close to the city. For free when it's "closed". I loved it and stayed for 5 days.Report Check-In
At this time of the year it is officialy closed and not fonctional. No water, no electricity and toilets closed. But you may enter the grounds and park any where you like for free or put up a tent, no problems. Do not know the official opening date....not posted anywhere.Report Check-In
Big campground, but it looks like a parking lot. You have a little shelter from the wind. No electricity and no Wifi. Facilities are clean. You can have a shower only in the evening. We paid 320 ARS for two people and a VW campervan.Report Check-In
330 Pesos for the park
150 Pesos for the camping
20 Pesos for the 4x4
Arg Standard, nothing to add
City is quite close
Stayed here. Not the cheapest one... But had Electricity and Bagnos. Good for one or two nights. As allways, if its touristic, it is more expensive. Camparea is big.
150 p.Person plus 50 for biger Cars and Trucks
Checked in at the gate, but way too expensive for what its worth. Went looking for informal campsite 2 km further north. In the dunes.Report Check-In
We went to ask if we e could take a shower there and they said we would still have to pay for the whole day, which is 150pp. So thanks, but no.Report Check-In
150 pesos per person plus 20 pesos for the vehicle. did not stay.Report Check-In
We stayed here as we arrived late
in hindsight I wished wed pushed on to the wild camping. it was jam packed with tents everywhere as had to squeeze ours in a tiny spot next to the rubbish bins. they ride round the site on their atvs all night, the toilets were filthy and over half in the ladies didn't even have doors. We packed up and left the next morning, after telling the guy how unhappy we were he refunded our camp fee. the wild camp's are beautiful, I'd just go straight there
Try to wild camp somewhere because there is hardly any running water anyway.
Positive : close to the beach
Preis: 260,- ( 80,- p.P./ 100,- Auto)
Der Preis für das Auto gilt 5 Tage. Jede Person muss aber täglich die Gebühr bezahlen. Heisse Duschen von 18.00 - 19.00 Uhr. Guter Windschutz.
$80 each. Many hundreds of campers on a summer Saturday. Big area but tents are side by side. Chaotic. Kids joyriding through the campsite on ATVs at high speed at all hours. Lavatories overloaded and flooded. Showers only available between 9 and 11. Windy though lots of sheltered spots. Rock bands on beach and loud partying all night. Only legal place to camp.Report Check-In
Big campground (Argentina style)
You can use 'hot' shower only one hour per day in the evening. You have to show your entree ticket. We didn't use shower/toilet
Price: ARC 80,00 pp