Laguna Verde Camping | Established Campground

Argentina

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Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
12.4 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
No
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Camping site on the edge of a lovely river. The National park entry fee is 160 pesos per person, (490 for foreigners) children free and technically is valid for 3 days and 2 nights camping. When the sun shines the park is beautiful. As it was high season when we were there it was busy. Toilets only available at the visitor center (3km away) although plans for more toilets are in the works.

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entrancw to the park is now 3200 for foreigners .I honestly felt has gone up a bit much ,when u can do quiet a few hikes foe free around Ushuaia.did not go

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Peaceful camping and with amazing views!
We got into the park after 4pm and they didn’t charge us. We slept here just one night.
There are bathroons open 24h, no shower.
No cell phone signal.

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so many moskitos!! we could not enjoy the time here the other 2 campings are way better (stayed on both, the one north after the entrance has Claro connection!!)

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In Jan 2021, the entrance fee is 2100 pesos per person which includes camping for two nights and 3 days in the park. Well worth it. Beautiful trails.

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Lovely bushcamp right on the river, no services

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Prices changed 580 pesos for 1 day/night.
For 2 days and 3 nights 850 pesos.
Nice camping spot.

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As already mentionned: Nice camping spot (both, for tents and campers), idyllic at a little river, very quite, clean chemical toilets. If raining this place gets very muddy, and is very uneven (for campers).
Park itself is sure nice, but nothing breathtaking if you’re from Switzerland.
But we’ve soent some nice, quite days here.
Saw (wild?) horses, magellan gooses, striated caracaras and of course gulls.
Parkrangers ripped us though, told us to pay 1120 ar pesos for 3 days and two nights. As it seems this is way to much. No one controlled when we left the park.

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Two nights here, free cause we came in after 8. Ranger didn’t care, friendly man. Great hikes near here. Clean bathroom (no shower). Great view. Highly recommendable.
Compared to the beachfront at “the end of the world”, a million times better.

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Lovely, quiet place near the river. In the morning kayaks will pass by.

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Très joli camping à l’intérieur du parc.

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beautiful spot, plenty of space, stayed 2 nights with big camper van

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Only spot they told us we could stay.
Great overviews. Plenty of flat space. Very quiet. Such beautiful stars sky at night. We loved it

No facilities at all.
Ranger told is the water was contaminated.
Allowed to do fire and asado

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Incredibly beautiful spot. I'm here in late April, cold but the colours of the forest are amazing, plus I'm all alone with the whole place to myself. Toilets are good and clean. Site is a bit muddy, but still plenty of spots, so careful you don't get bogged if you're coming in a van. Separate big, non-muddy area on the other side of the toilets for tents.

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Stayed here one night. Very nice place, toilets open all night. Park ranger comes by at night and issues camping permit. No issues.

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Lovely spot right on creek, a bit hard to get level. Super quiet and clean bathrooms.

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Beautiful free camping area next to a river. So quiet and peaceful which was wonderful after the noisy municipal sites. Didn’t fancy cycling in with 3 days of water so I drunk the river water either through a life straw or treated with tablets with no ill effects. The hike to cerro guanaco was my favourite. It goes right to the summit with great views and only took 4hrs both ways walking slowly, the sign saying 4hrs one way must be a mistake.

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We stayed on this beautiful place for two nights. There are a lot of other people un campers and tents, but quiet anyway. We parked directly on the river and had a great view. Clean pit tiolets available.

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Nice campground. Campers can park along the river. Bathrooms clean, park rangers really friendly. Great hiking trails all around.

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This place appears to be the same as the Laguna Verde Free Camping but at the wrong location. The other entry is correct. I looked around there is no way getting to this location. Also someone's comment states close to the road but there is no road on that side of the lake.

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This place appears to be the same as the Laguna Verde Free Camping but at the wrong location. The other entry is correct. I looked around there is no way getting to this location. Also someone's comment states close to the road but there is no road on that side of the lake.

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Coming from the end of "Ruta 3" you can cross the little creek right after the bridge, if you are walking or by bike. Then just follow the little grass trail to the right for about 100 m.
There are beautyful campspots in lushy meadows with bushes and trees for wind protection and even a fire place and a hidden lagoon nearby.
Nobody from the road or the neighboured campground can see you. Completely quiet at day and night!

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great place to stay if you're spending some days in the park. for foreigners the fee is now 490Arg-pesos and you can stay 3 days and 2 nights.
quiet and clean toilets.

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perfect to departure for the walks around. nice!

parfait pour y dormir et partir faire les randonnées autour. toilettes sur place. bcp de vent!

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We camped here for 3 nights and enjoyed it. Entry to park is now $400ARG. clean toilets, quiet at night. We walked to most of the hikes from here. Empanadas at park restaurant are delicous.

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2.4 km from the end of the N3. nice spot but lots of people around during the day.

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Great spot for overlanders, close to road, but road is quite, chemical toilets in the camp area. $350pesos to enter per person, pretty beautiful spot

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Perfect spot for cyclists.... enjoyed the cold water for a shower.

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Nice spot by the river, we stayed there 2 nights. Park entrance at 11pm was free.

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Entrance fee to the park now is $350args pp. You are alowed to stay for two nights.

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Very nice place with wiew on snowed mountains. We stayed there 2 nights. From march to october the park entrance is free and you can stay inside as long as you want.

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En esta epoca la entrada y el derecho a acampar es gratis, no hay electricidad, no hay baños y el agua disponible es la del lago, sin embrgo el sitio es hermoso, muchos senderos para recorrer, cerca esta el centro de visitantes donde hay restaurante, tienda de rregalos y centro cultural.

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Fantastic place to spend a quiet night just 20 minutes from Ushuaia proper. We were not asked to pay the entrance fee but were given great info on the park and a map. The camping area is simply a parking area with scattered fire pits. Wood is scarce in the proximity of camp but you'll find plenty of loose deadfall along the road.

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Nice place, but didn't like the mouse who visited us in the car during the night....
No drinking water in the entire park, so bring enough with you.

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We slept here for two nights with our VW Campervan. Nice and clean place with chemical toilets. Camping is free. You only have to pay the entrance fee.

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Nice,quite ,tents have better place to set up.

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Nice place, toilets and dump station available. Probably the best place for big rigs in the park.

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We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting the national park. Park admission was $210 CLP per person for foreigners. There are many more sites for tent campers than vans, but we parked along the river and enjoyed our time here. Friday night was busy and there were 8 or 10 campers parked by morning. Saturday was much quieter with most people being locals having a picnic for the day. We met some very nice people here and the chem toilet was cleaned daily. Would recommend.

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Nice Spot
Special; Toillets and Chem Toillet Dumpstation

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nice NP, but now 210 pes. p/p , valid for 2 nights 3 days stay. good for RV and sep. areal for tents.

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Stayed two nights at this nice campground, next to a sideriver of the Laguna Verde. Two big birds (don't know which) living in this area. Saw them in the morning and evening.

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Wonderful campsite between river and mountains. Nice walking tracks and the end of the route No. 3 is in the park.

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Free with park entry fee, currently 210ars per person for three days and two nights. Very clean chemical toilet facilities.

The entrance booth to the NP was still collecting entry fees at 7:15pm when we arrived so unable to get in free, no sign of control at the exit.

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No charge to enter the park (or camp) - maybe its free in winter, so camping was free too. Beautiful spot with walks nearby and wild horses around.

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Free campsite at a nice location next to a river in the park. Toilets and fire places available. Park entry ARS 175 per person.

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Spent a night here. Better suited for tent campers, we parked up in the car parking area near the river. It got very boggy in the morning when we left, so be careful not to rip up the grass when manouvering if this happens to you too. The toilet facilities in this park are excellent. We didn't pay to enter, as the office closes at 6pm. This does not mean the park is meant to be free - they request that you pay on the way out. Very much a personal decision, but remember that a clean, tidy park doesn't just happen for free... At least take out all your rubbish when you go,as it is a big job for the rangers to clear the bins and dispose of the waste.

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Info on park entry: We tried to enter the park on Sunday night around 8:30-9pm together with some other travelers. The ticket booth was closed but the Rangers stopped us to say we'll need to pay on our way back out. They did indeed have cones blocking the road on the way out. Not sure if it was unlucky timing or if they're becoming stricter. We also couldn't have had a fire and no pets are allowed so we decided to not go in since we had bbq plans.

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a simple grassland campground with toilet and a sink/tap to take water. No need to seek for that water though because the campground is located on the side of a river and lake. Nothing big here - free nights except for the park entry fee.
although nobody seems to care for emptying the trashbins....with the fox visiting this is not the best picture in the morning.

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Great camping site. After 18 hs the entrance to the park became free. Technically you can stay for 2 nights. Clean toilets, papervtowels and liquid soap. Great sights. Not so crowded even in january. Quieter if you camp away from the route but your vehicle will be away also. You may light fire only if you bring wood from outside the park and if the fire risk is not too high

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Muy buen lugar, hermosos paisajes lastima no tenga ducha!!!!

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We got a tip to enter the park after 20.00, as entrance would be free at that time. We came around 20.30, and the rangers let us enter the park without paying entrance fee. Not sure if this is policy or just good luck, but worth the try. Camped here two nights. Nice spots (no shelter), lots of firewood and clean (pit)toilets with sinks (water is not for drinking I guess).

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The2Dutch. Nice, quiet place. Clean toilets. We stay here 2 nights and different walks.

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Free camping site on the edge of a lovely river. The National park entry fee is 140 pesos per person, children free and technically is valid for 3 days and 2 nights. When the sun shines the park is beautiful. As it was high season when we were there it was busy. Toilets available. Free.

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To stay on the campsite for free you have to pay one time the park admission fee of 110 arg. Peso / person. The entrance fee entitled us officially to stay 2 nights / 3 days in the park. We stayed four nights in the park and no one bothered.

Magnificent site on grass right at the river and the Laguna Verde. Great view of the surrounding mountains. Outhouses and a barrel for dumping. At the park entrance you will receive a small map with beautiful hiking trails.

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