Access off Miguel Hidalgo on to Romanita, left onto Salvatierra, the popular walking path through Centro Historico. Across the street from Santo Nino. Look for the blue hut on the left advertising tours, the sliding entrance gate is just after it. Never locked.
Beautiful location, just steps to the Sea of Cortez. Close to all amenities. Restaurants . Shopping The Lucero family has been very busy . The hookups of electrical, water & sewer are complete in the 3 palapas and 6 sites back of property amongst the palm trees. The RV size up to 33 feet. Pets are welcome The bathrooms with showers. Hot water yes. Wifi yes.
PRICES (Apr 2023)
$300 pesos a night for dry camping
$400 electric and water
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Nice place to stay… just by the center… great for RVs but you can also camp… some nights it can be noisy, but that’s part of being just in the center of the town…
Only 2 showers/WC one for women and another for man…Report Check-In
New prices in effect:
350 with no hookups
400 with power, water, and dump
Buena situacion, justo en el Centro de Loreto. Espacio valido para todo tipo de RV's. Baños muy limpios y con Agua caliente. Si volvemos por Loreto volveríamos aqui.Report Check-In
Amazing location in the city center. 300 without service and 350 with service. Bathrooms are super clean and shower has great pressure. There is a sink to wash dishes and laundry (I am not sure if it is working though. Didn't try). There was no one there but we called a number in the office. Owner came to collect money. He also organizes tour to Isla Coronado. 2500 MXN f
My 22' C Class with 12' height fit under the third palapa! The road to take looks more like a walking path with planters along the sides but you can fit! Look for the little blue hut on the left that advertises tours and the sliding gate to get in is just after it.
Easy place to stay with no frills. I stayed here for 4 weeks in the off season and became friends with the regulars. There was an electrical issue that lasted 2 weeks so I moved to Rivera RV park 4 blocks north so I could have enough volts to run my a/c. The wifi here was very inconsistent. I was able to receive packages here. No laundry, the machine is broken with no signs of being fixed. Definitely take a boat tour with Alberto and have others join for a lower cost. $3000 mxn per boat to Isla Coronado. Very clean place!
$400 mxn/night with a/c. Dogs are loved there.Report Check-In
Great location: one block from the malecon and half block from town square. Stayed a week. 400 pesos with AC. If you stay a week, seventh day is free. Showers are ok, good pressure but not very clean. If you need electricity, it’s very unstable. Three big palapas that will fit vans and small campers. Super safe.Report Check-In
The park is clean — clean grounds, clean bathrooms, etc. Dogs can freely roam if they are friendly and other campers were very helpful. We tent camp and being that the campground is on a main pedestrian walkway between the Malecón and the restaurants/bars we did gave some noisy drunk people walk by a few times. Our tent was at the edge of the park; meaning, we also had all the street noise & light. If you’re tent camping try to be in a back corner or opposite the street, otherwise it can be a big distraction for sleep (just ask our 19 month old). I’d stay here again if I had an RV or could guarantee I’d be opposite the street noise.Report Check-In
Top spot. Tried to stay at another rv spot that was a block up but was packed. Really friendly staff. Restrooms and showers with hot water. Spacious enough for many kind of rigs $250 with no hookups. If you are staying a week they gift you the last night.
If ever back in loreto with our rig will definitely stay here again. Loreto is beautiful
Now $400 for hookups, $350 with no electricity, $300 for dry camping. Wifi was great!Report Check-In
Such a GREAT SPOT for a city day! The price was $300 pesos for dry camping. The showers were excellent and the wifi worked better in some spots than others. Great location and well kept.Report Check-In
Great little campground in the middle of Loreto. There were 9 other small rigs and it didn’t feel crowded, but I can only imagine how it feels with 20+ campers. Bathrooms, water, electricity & dump are excellent.Report Check-In
Agree with all recent reviews. Tightly packed in, but for some reason it doesn’t feel offensive. Definitely not here to spend time in our rig, but out walking and shopping and this is the perfect location. Very friendly! We were able to shower and dump our cassette toilet- so it was worth paying for a night.Report Check-In
Cute small RV park for small and medium campers. The manager and employes are very kind and will help you with tours and with mechanic problems (that was our case and we had help in a minute). 300$ a night with hook-up, 250$ without, in the center of the town. Everything is walking distance and we felt very safe there. Will come back for sure, we loved Loreto!Report Check-In
Packed in, but it feels more "neighborhood-y" and cozy than your average packed RV park. Location is the absolute best.Report Check-In
Location is great! It’s a block from the melcon but right on the walking street with shops and restaurants. The campground is quite small and while they pack you in tight it doesn’t feel full at all. Most of the people camped are long termers. The bathrooms are very clean and the showers are warm to hot. There is a bit of noise from the city but the camp itself is very quiet. Many palm trees offer shade but not enough sun in most spots to charge with fixed solar panels. $250mp/nightReport Check-In
Location! Location! Location! Yes they cram you in but you are less than 350 ft from the Plaza and close to the Malecon. We stayed three nights $300 pesos per night. Loved it. Had laundry done at La Rana. Walkable but not close and took a taxi to the mission at San Javier. The best city camping thus far.Report Check-In
Stayed here for 1 night in my 4runner and loved the access right in town. Literally a block from the downtown. I'd recommend making a reservation. They snuck me into a corner makeshift spot because I didn't need connections. I would definitely stay here again for proximity.Report Check-In
sometimes it is nice to be in a town. Loreto is nice and the campsite perfect
very small, clean toilet, hot shower and safe. you are in the middle of the touristic city life.
We went here at the recommendation of other Baja travelers and this site. We got there by noon and it was bumper to bumper double parked in, way overflowing. Like a foot between rigs tops. They were trying to Tetris in a couple more. Seems like it could be a cool vibe with like 15 or so, not 30+. Can’t even imagine the bathroom/shower scene with only one of each for that many people. We opted for El Moro a block away and only two other vans. Nice place. Clean. Friendly staff. Had our own picnic table. Decent internet for uploading pictures. Walk to all the things. Gate locked at night. No idea why so many would want to cram in when there are the same amenities a block away.Report Check-In
Please pick up after your dogs. It is a small area and you have close neighbors.Report Check-In
Arrived on Dec. 19. I know, because it was my wife's bday and I had used WhatsApp to contact the mngr to reserve for that date. Upon arrival however it turned into a big affair as the on site mngr had to call the actual mngr who said, 'no, I didn't actually reserve it for you'. This was pretty uncomfortable, and the only time in a month of traveling I felt the need to really push back on how we were treated in Baja (including mordida scam in Mexicali). Even showing the messages we exchanged it was everything I could do to hold our ground on this.
I'm not sure why this was such a big deal. There was, in fact, a coned site (which we assumed was ours) and no one ever came for it that night. We ended up staying a few nights, and really liked the location. The showers/bathrooms are clean, there is a dish washing outdoor sink, and a washing machine you can pay to do a load (spin cycle is almost non-existent so wring them dry then hang on a line).
Town noise isn't bad, and fun to have the adjacent walkway sounds (e.g., youth). Proximity to everything is great, including a great juice bar and the most expensive margarita we bought on Baja.
If you get your reservations firmly documented, I can think of no complaints about this site. We are glad we were able to stay there, and found the on-site mngr quite friendly (as were the other campers we met).Report Check-In
Really squeezed in car park. I couldn't believe how many vehicles he was fitting in! Half the campsite seemed to be long termers from Canada who sat up playing their music so the rest of the site couldn't sleep. Talking about their love of guns. Some people can be so obnoxious. The campsite manager lives on site so really should have managed the situation...nevertheless, great location and clean toiletReport Check-In
Cute place with decedent showers and wifi. 250 pesos/night. Loud because you're in the center of town; dogs barking, roosters, street traffic, and the church nearby plays recorded bells at 6am.Report Check-In
Nous y avons passé 1 nuit agréable. Très bien pour faire la ville à pied. Eau pour remplir le cc, douche avec wc (1 homme, 1 femme) propres, machine à laver. Portail fermé la nuit.Report Check-In
Perfect spot near the water in the middle of town. 300 pesos for RV palapa with power. 250 no power and 150 to camp.Report Check-In
Great campground right off the main pedestrian street in Loreto! 300p for electrical hookup, dump, water (not sure if potable), shower & toilet, and the van fits under the palapa! Nice owner who can hook you up with tours to the island. Even on a weekend it was quiet at night. Would definitely stay here againReport Check-In
A beautiful square in the middle of Loreto. The plaza can be reached on foot. Shower and toilet very clean. The owners are very friendly. The owner also offers boat tours. We can only recommend it. We felt very comfortable.Report Check-In
Nice little campground in the centre of the tourist area.
2 bathrooms with shower and toilet (one per gender)
There are some shades with the palm tree for high vehicles.
We paid 350 pesos a night as we were using our A/C. Without A/C it’s 300pesos.
The wifi is very slow but it’s better than nothing
Great spot, no issues. Alberto is very kind. 300 a night with hook ups. 70 for laundry, and 50 per day for AC. WiFi works better sometimes than others but is a bit slow. Would deff stay again!Report Check-In
Nice location… can be a little hard to find if it’s your first time in Loreto. From Miguel Hidalgo you’ll have to drive down a “pedestrian only” street to access the entrance - not a big deal unless there’s a cruise ship in town. If there is you’ll have to push through the crowd.
They have a washing machine on site for $70/ load. There’s also a nice dish washing station and water at some of the spots.
On weekend and holidays there’s a lot of loud-ish foot traffic but that dies down around 1 am at the latest. If you’re a light sleeper look for a spot along the back wall.
Lock up your belongings, especially at night. When we were here most recently a couple of campers had a good amount of miscellaneous gear stolen over night. We also saw a group of teens leaning over the fence checking out some of the unoccupied sites in broad daylight. In almost four months touring Mexico it’s the first in-camp theft we’ve heard of…
If you really want to be in the heart of the more touristy part of Loreto it’s a great option. But understand that this is in a busy area and that the campground isn’t that well separated from the public - as I’m writing this a chest high wood fence separates me from a group of about 8 middle school aged boys and two kids that are probably in grade school - pounding beers. But to be fair it is
Nice little RV park! Clean bathrooms and they charge $70MXN to do laundry per load. (No dryer). It’s always seems to be breezy in Loreto every time we are here, I feel like the RV park seems pretty protected from the wind. Right in town 2 min walk to historical district. The directions to get here tell you to drive down a road that says “walking only” it’s okay to drive down this road in order to get to the RV park! Loved staying here charged $250/night (with no hookups) and $300/night (with hookups)Report Check-In
Great location, 250 pesos, amazing hot showers with great water pressure after coming from Bahia Concepcion. Could not be better location. Close quarters but still feels quiet and peaceful and plenty of room to sit out with rug and chairs under the palms.
Can also arrange tour to islands from here.. or get a number to text..? I just went out to harbor and spoke to someone there as I was solo and didn’t want to pay for private boat. Found an awesome guy named demitri who found spots for me and another solo traveler. We waited about less than an hour while he worked his magic. 700 pesos for 4 hour Coronado tour with dolphins, sea lions, snorkeling, and beach. Perfect day, great campsite. Oh and decent free WiFi👍
We have been here for a couple days and the spot is nice for being in a town however the staff have been very rude to us. We got asked why we would have so many kids at a young age (3),with many frowns and scowls. (We are not even young). Then when we went to pay for the second day and the male manager took our money and decided he didn’t want to give us our change back and we literally had to complain to get the rest of our money back, even then he still didn’t pay us the rest fully back. Definitely did not feel welcome here, and we are a very mellow family of five with not much to complain about.Report Check-In
Stayed for three night. Great location. Everything else as describedReport Check-In
It is a tight squeeze and I felt a bit claustrophobic but after all you are smack in town. Had a great shower, emptied our waste water and refilled the water tank. Enjoyed an evening in town and off we went to the wide open beaches south of Loreto.Report Check-In
The campground is a bit cramped but everyone is friendly so it’s a good way to meet some fellow travellers and get advice on things to see and do.
We like this little park.
There’s only one toilet/ shower for men and one for women so that means if someone is using the shower then the toilet is busy too. Not a great set up when the park is full but it worked fine while we were there. The good news is they are kept very clean!
There’s a dishwashing station with hot water which can also be used to hand wash a few clothes if necessary.
It was pretty quiet the few nights we were here. We’d stay again.
Best location in town (5-minute walk to malecón, beach, and plaza) and two clean bathrooms with toilet paper and hot showers. Price for no hookups has gone up to $250. There are three large palapas. If you get one of those it’s the same price and you can hang a hammock and have a bit of space. Otherwise you get crammed into a spot in the rear near the neighboring construction or between palapas. Too close for comfort when it’s busy and there’s a pandemic. Good wifi only near router (the old wood buildings on the left) and if no one else is using it. We couldn’t use it to work online at the sites. Would stay again for a quick stopover to enjoy Loreto but not recommended for working online because you never know if the wifi will work at your site or not.Report Check-In
Great spot for seeing the town of Loreto. They pack the Rv's in as tight as they can them, our neighbours were 2 feet from us. Construction noise during the day, noisy neighbours at night. $300 pesos per night.Report Check-In
Loved it here. As easy walk to the ocean, mission, restaurants and shops. Felt very safe. Internet is not the best but improves late at night. Highly recommend taking the boat with them to the national park. With 6 people going it was $30 US each plus $5 for the park pass. Saw sea lions, blue footed boobies, more dolphins that I have ever seen and a giant puffier fish.
Bathrooms are clean and nice. Sites are close together but we didn’t mind for the location. $12.50 with water and dump $2.50 more for electric.Report Check-In
On Monday November 22, a nefarious person made off with the camp cat, Babba Nina. NOT COOL.Report Check-In
Small, packed with 18 of us in variuos vehicles yet still, its just right. Walk everywhere, plaza to the west, malecon to the east, shops, mission, brewery, cafe all close. 200 pesos without hook ups, 250 with.Report Check-In
Celeriac and Alberto were very helpful. Sweet spot close to the Malecon and civic plaza. wonderful! went to Isla Coronado with Alberto.Report Check-In
Hard to find! Many narrow roads with arched tunnels of trees (lovely!) but are not suitable for larger rigs. We paid 350 pesos for our 25’ and car. It’s across from Villa Santo Ninos.Report Check-In
Stayed here two nights. Very well kept and relatively quiet for being in the middle of town. Bathrooms and showers were clean and there’s a washing machine to use for 70 pesos per load. Definitely will stay here again.Report Check-In
Nice location, bad manager.
We arrived today and got a full hook-up under a palapa for $200 pesos per night. We paid for two nights. The nice man who checked us in told us to park our car in the space between our palapa and the one next to us. That was the deal.
This evening a man claiming to be the manager said it was $50 extra to park there. He said the car was a second ‘vehicle’. Tell me how you get a trailer there without a car or truck?
This is not about the money, it is about a dishonest manager. Once a price is agreed that is it. Coming back later to change the terms is dishonest and should not be supported.
Avoid this place.Report Check-In
great little RV park right in the middle of the square area and the Malicon. tricky to get into though, have to enter on a side road that actually says you can't drive it.Report Check-In
Good park right in town and right by the square. We were able to drive in with our 32ft rig and pulling our car pretty easily. Awesome location overall, nice staff. They do charge for every additional thing but it’s way more city life here so we get it. Laundry but no dryer for 70 pesos and you can go down the street to the wash and fold for 80 pesos so more worth it it to do that I think. Overall spots are closer together but also provide good size hangout spaces and we got a Palapa spot which was nice! 350 pesos bc they charged extra for the car...Report Check-In
Love this RV park and it’s close proximity to everything in town. Sad to see it so empty compared to this time last year. This place has everything you need, showers, laundry, electricity, and WIFI. Paid 250 MX for a site with electricity.Report Check-In
Super quiet place right in town with easy walk to everywhere. 2500 pesos full hookup and 75 pesos to use the washing machine. Hot showers both day and night. Loved this place! Hard to get to though!Report Check-In
200 pesos for car camping under a palapa or 250 pesos camping with electricity. Nice staff convenient location, Hot showers available and laundry for 70 p per load. wash only air dry. Be advised all markets restaurants and bars close at 7:00 p.m. Due to covid So plan accordingly if you want to get dinner in townReport Check-In
Excellent park with Ms. Yolanda. VERY secure, good showers but only 2 toilets.Report Check-In
current manager will try make the most money out of u is possible!I got a ride when he went out,to get water n was 100pesos! for 2 kms..our conversation ended when the "you are a rich man" type of answer received!then was trying sellin me some junk from his storage(?!) I cqnt imagine this place full(he said 10-13campers! with only 1 (neglected)toilet!??dogs can bark anytime day/night.I left day after!Report Check-In
I moved here after a night at Riviera because I didn’t like all the big rigs there. This is really chill and more spacious. Twice as much money but for me I feel it’s worth it.Report Check-In
Would stay again. Great location. Spent 3 nights. Quiet. Hot showers. Can walk to many restaurants bars and cafes. Only $200mx for dry spot. A bit shady for our solar panels. As described.Report Check-In
Parfait, Alberto très gentil et négociable si vous rester quelques jours. Salle de bain et douche toujours très propre. 3 jours ici.Report Check-In
Stayed here for 4 nights.
$200pesos p/n with water & sewer line.
Additional $50 pesos p/n for electrical hook up.
Great location, centrally located.
2x Shower/bath combos. Last day was very busy had to wait quite a while for a shower or use of toilet. Previous days were ok though.
WiFi wasn’t bad, some congestion when everyone is back on site but that’s expected.
Owners speaks English.
Gates are closed at night time.
Nice,clean,close to everything,owner on site,good for children, i’ll be here for 4 daysReport Check-In
Very central to all the action and 1 street away from the water. 200 pesos with a water and sewer connection. Gates across the front, so you feel very secure leaving your van here. The guy who owns the property is very nice and speaks English. Highly recommendReport Check-In
A great place directly in the center of Loreto. Very clean and private Bathrooms! Quite in the night. A lot of Restaurants just 5 minutes walk around. The Manager Alberto ist very friendly and helpfully. You have to drive trough the pedestrian area at romanita street to get there. Don't worry about it, it's OK! We will really recommend this place! The price is 200 peso per night, with electricity 250 peso. Enjoy!Report Check-In
A buetiful place directly in the center of Loreto. A lot of Restaurants around. Quiet at night. Super clean and private Bathrooms with good hot showers. The manager Alberto ist very friendly! We will really recommend this place! Enjoy!!Report Check-In
Very nice camp. We stayed three nights there. Very clean. You can use a wasching maschine for 80 Pesos. Lots of shadow. Super quite. Lots of overlanders.Report Check-In
Super great location. Alberto and Paola are very nice people. When we arrived we were nots sure about the entrance because Romanita St has a sign: no vehicles allow, only pedestrians. But we ask Alberto and he said that no problem it is ok to go through there if you are coming to de RV park.
200 site with water + 50 pesos for electricity + 50 pesos if you ar going to use AC. So was 300 pesos for us (is september but still to hoy here)Report Check-In
Great little spot in Loreto. As mentioned, it is a bit tricky to get to- use the directions mentioned above, not google maps. Showers and bathrooms clean, spots are flat, would recommendReport Check-In
Camping still 200mxn + 50mxn for electricity. Friendly, well maintained and clean. The water pressure in the shower is just great!Report Check-In
Cool place, superb located, very nice owners, clean bathrooms, 250,- pesos per car with full hook up, 200 without. Only 3 palapas but the other side has some shade from palm trees. Restaurants and everything only 5 minutes of walking.Report Check-In
Came back to this rv park going back north. It was much more quiet with carnival over.
Layback place and you can walk to everything.
Great little camping area in the heart of Loreto. Clean showers with hot water. Alberto and his family do a great job of keeping the area clean and secured. 200 for no hook up 250 with hook up.Report Check-In
We really enjoyed staying here. Incredibly short distance to shops and restaurants in the plaza. Don’t bother calling the manager’s number when you arrive, just find a spot and he’ll come around to collect in the early afternoon. Safe, friendly, and clean with an *awesome* hot shower. Outdoor communal kitchen with a sink and dishsoap. Good vibes and friendly management.
As it’s right in the downtown area, it’s not the quietest spot. The mission’s hourly church bells go through the night.
M$200 without hookups.Report Check-In
A nice little rv Park for small rigs , vans or truck campers. Just steps away from the downtown. It is a bit noisy at night. The showers are nice and clean. The family that runs it is very nice. The have dry camping as well as full hookups. Really enjoyed staying here and exploring Loreto.Report Check-In
Went to have a look. It says to call manager. Too complicated to pay more. Uploading pictures with prices. $250mxp. Bigger than El Moro. Right on the pedestrian street.Report Check-In
Good location, showers & toilets. 250 Pesos. Not many overlanders. Mainly snowbirds.Report Check-In
Location is awesome, close to everything. Alberto, the camphost is very nice and helpful. Restrooms clean and the shower is really hot and has such a good water preasure. 200$ for dry camping with a van.Report Check-In
I would 100% recommend this place. The owners were super nice. We only stayed one night but there was full hookup, hot showers covered parking. Right in town so you can walk around and right next to the water. It was only 250 pesos for full hookup. Awesome place to stay and a beautiful little town!Report Check-In
Pas facile à trouver avec les nouvelles routes piétonnes (il faut d'ailleurs rouler sur une d'elle) Très bien entretenue. Prix avec tous les services 250 pesos 17,45$ Can.Report Check-In
Excellent location, in the middle of this beautiful small city. This place is overall very good with good ambiance.
We went with our 32ft RV with no issue, can be a bit tricky at the entrance, but feasible !
we stayed 2 nights because the location was so convenient. its across the street from this GPS coord so look at that location for directions as it's a little hard to get to if using Google maps it will route you on undrivable streets. very nice people. fairly quiet for a in town park. spots are close but it wasn't so full that it was a problem. lots of dogs from town amd guest. we parked and walked to laundry, meals and stores and are stocked up. wifi was very slow likely to too many users abusing it. dirt parking lot is messy and hard to keep your feet clean but that and wifi were only dislikes.Report Check-In
Great little RV - Park. Alberto is a great host, super friendly and helpful.
Clean bathrooms and hot showers.
Close to plaza, restaurants, bars and beach walk, everything is walkable.
Great vibe and many friendly Overlanders.
Ended up staying 2 weeks there - had a great time ✌🏼😊
Great place clean bathrooms hot showers and very kind people, so far the best rv camp in baja.Report Check-In
Great place near sea and restaurants. Frendly staff nice vibe. Clean restrooms.Report Check-In
Nice place close to downtown and beach
Quiet, shadow,full hookups for 250pesos
And restrooms and hot shower super CLEAN!!
great little park in town, the owners try hard to help people & the place is clean and tidy. 2 showers/bathrooms with hot water. Full hook up. 250. Ignore the no vehicle signs when driving. there.
DO NOT use the BBVA cash machines nearby, they are renowned for swallowing cards as I found out and had to fight to get them to return my card. Later met about 6 more people who had the same problem.
Great little place in downtown, you'll only fit in with a small trailer or camper - we would think max 30 feet.
Hot showers and clean bathroom.
Wifi comes and goes, close to a cell tower.
full hook-up 250 P - week 1596 P.
no services 200 P - week 1200 P.
Owner Alberto was super helpful.
This place had the first doctor of town in the 1800 living here, distant family to the owner now.
Great spot in the centre of Loreto, 200 MXN for dry camping. Clean bathrooms and good showers! The bells of the church play at random times day and night: if you’re a light sleeper, take earplugs. Stayed 3 nights.Report Check-In
Súper gem in the heart of town ,steps to the Sea of Cortez. Walking to all amenities is wonderful.
Wifi super strong, hot water tank and water pressure in the showers. Full hookups at 3 palapa’s sites. Also full hookups in the 6 sites amongst the palm trees. Suitable for RV s to 33 feet. Come and discover the beautiful Loreto location .
Romanita RV Park
Beautiful location,just steps to the Sea of Cortez.
Close to all amenities. Restaurants . Shopping
The Lucero family have been very busy . The hookups of electrical,water & sewer are complete in the 3 palapa’s and 6 sites back of property amongst the palm trees.
The RV size up to 33 feet.
Pets are welcome
The bathrooms with showers. Hot water yes.
Beautiful location, just steps to the square and the malacon,Sea of Cortez.
Full hook-ups, bathrooms, accommodates units up to 33 feet. Access off Av Miguel Hidalgo on to Romanita Street.
Just love the palm trees and palapa’s. Super close to all amenities.
Awesome spot right in the heart of town! They have recently added two showers, water and electrical hookups and are ready for the season. 200p for basic or 220p if you want electricity hookup. Shower is not heated but water a little warmed from sun. Everything is very clean.
You get lots of privacy here with shade from palm trees or park under the three vehicle palapa coverings. Best of all it’s on the main walkway to the square, half a minute away and 2 minutes from beach. Super location!!
It was started last year but have now made it more official. Wifi and stronger shower pump pressure apparently is being installed in next 10 days. The property is owned by a young local couple who come daily to clean. Right now Dave and Alberta from Canada help collecting fees and get you setup. They have an RV setup here. They are very lovely and helpful.
Getting here is a bit tricky. You have to turn off of Hidalgo street onto Romanita street (which is marked as a walking path only street, but if you have issues just say you are going to this RV park as it’s quite close). Then turn left and Romanita RV will be on your left about 20 meters up the street across from Santo Niños guest house.
We initially planned to stay here a few nights but now are spending a week- you just can’t beat this location when you have a van or are camping!Report Check-In
Great little spot nestled amidst the town centre, adjacent to Mision, walking paths, beaches.
They now have power, running water, bathrooms and showers (sun warm water with plans for hot water in the near future).
Not suited to big rigs but great for smaller vans, tents or smaller trailers.
Very friendly owners - Alberto (son) & Ray (father). Alberto speaks some English, Ray none.
M$ 200 per night.
No facilities at present as they are revamping. Baños will be ready by end January. 200 pesos per night for 2 people.Report Check-In