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Several sites on a hill overlooking the ocean. Several established fire rings. Saw a 37 foot Grand Design Reflection 5th wheel on a bench just below us. Beautiful views of the ocean in both directions. Fairly level.
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But after the first night a very unfriendly american came and wanted 100$ .. We paid him but it was an incredible unfriendly jerk..Report Check-In
Lots of flat spots overlooking the bay. Good surf spot for beginners at least when we were here in June.
Quiet. Just a few fisherman around. No one else.
the owner of this ranch died and the sons are in dispute over ownership.
the Gringo that collects the fee lives in the hut with the solar panel he has nothing to do with the land.
the beach remains federal land there is no concession paid on it
Stayed here 3 nights, high bluff overlooking the ocean. Must be part of the ranch- paid 100 pesos for 2 people per night (300-total). Bought some fish from the guys in town. Worth the 10 mile washboard drive in. Come prepared with extra drinking water.
Lots of surfers- camping all over- wind sheltered spots to the south.
Nice place to Camp. No one came for collecting money. Watch for very big spiders! Don‘t use the way in the south which goes along the sea - much more terrible than the way in the north (only some washboard sections).Report Check-In
Great camping spot! The road is wash board and a little sandy but our rear heavy Sprinter van made it without getting stuck easily. We camped on a bluff overlooking the ocean. It was an epic view! The beach to the south fork in the road had a better beach but the camping was in the dunes amongst bushes and small trees. We checked out both north and south area and chose the north with better views from the bluffs. We did not have 4 wheel drive to check out the further end of the south fork. Many posts mentioned 4 wheel drive was necessary to access the southern end.
We were surprised to see at least 15 other vehicles camped along the span between the south and north forks.
We arrived here in the dark, after we took the ferry to La Paz. Levelled but windy place, located on a stony cliff.
When you drive down here, you’ll cross a privat-sign. In the next morning the owner came to us, and asked for some money.
He said, if we wanted to camp for free, we have to drive behind the next hill to the north.