Camping Río Colorado | Established Campground

Argentina

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Last Visited: over 1 year ago
GPS: -38.980304, -64.108822
Altitude: 79.5 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Municipal camping next to the Balneario. Free during off season. for residents 90 per car and 60 per person in the season. Hot showers. Benches, BBQ areas. Nice trees, some noise from the ruta.

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was charged 420 pesos.. 300 for my tent and 120 pp. seemed a bit high but it's the weekend and I rolled in on my bicyce at 9 pm after a long day so I wasn't going to argue either way. had a quiet night next to the river.

The camping isn’t good, too dusty, with only a few electricity points far away from the pitches. Men bathroom looks like a horror movie scene. The camping was crowded because there was a city event going on.

350 for 2people plus car. hot shower, a lot of space, clean, but rustic. ok for a nights rest but not pretty.

The campground looks abandonned in September: there's nobody, no lights in the bathrooms, almost all the trees have been cut, there's no outdoor lights...we didn't feel safe and went sleeping at the Axion gas station.

Arrived late afternoon and no one was at the office. Only met someone later. Free in this season, no hot water/shower. Bathroom was open but cold water only. Good place to sleep though we could hear the road noise

Giant campground but on low season no facilities, cold shower! But has a Nice view

This place is the municipal camping. It is right next to the beach and connected to the Balneario through a gate that closes at night. We paid 90 + 2x60 peso for the van and our family of four. Showers were hot, electricity at the lamp poles. Not many people here in January.

Was fine for a night driving through. Charged the tourist price of 60 ARS pp plus 90 for a tent, 210 in total. Although expensive, the price was similar to what we were charged at other camping sites throughout the country. Bathrooms are a breeding hotspot for mosquitoes, be warned.

Despite of really noisy traffic and the fact that it was NOT free (140 for two and a van) it's a great spot and a little oasis in this BORING stretch of land. Trees, grass, shade, playground (argentinean style) and a river. Maybe we were just unlucky having to pay or it was the fact that easter is at the end of the week. We had a good time.

We went to this place and it was perfect, exactly as described here. With only one or two local families making BBQ. However by 9 PM a man came to charge a fee of 40 ARG Pesos per person + 60 for the car, if we were sleep there. Then we said no thanks and went to the "Balneário Public" which it is just crossing the street. There it is also very nice, with all structure except showers (bathroons were dirty). There was BBQ places, tables, power electricity, light, plenty of syncs and tap water, many trees and shadows by the river. There was nobody. It was all we needed after have taken showers in the camping.

Nice place to stay. Lot of shadow from big trees. Parking and camping with a big rig even between the trees is no problem.

Free as it still seems to be off season and no one to collect. Arrived on a Sunday and place was packed with locals barbecuing and enjoying the river but most gone by around 7pm. Bathrooms ok but men's got dirty with pee due to volume. Place perfect mid week. Water really hot in bathroom.

Free on off season. Hoy showers. Benches, BBQ areas Nice

The campground was officially closed for the season, so we didn't have to pay. However, the bathrooms were open and there were clean toilets and hot showers. Between the trees there are very narrow sites which are too tight for an RV.

(14 arg. Peso / person, 21 arg. Peso / vehicle)