was charged 235 pesos per night, stayed two nights. I used the RV dump station and fresh water fill (I have a filter) Dump station is slightly tricky as there is no rinse water at the dump and drain recetical is above grade, so getting you dump hose purged requires care.

Camped in site #10. Right on the water. Nice view of bay. We paddled our kayaks right from the site and explored the mangrove bay just North of the campground. When the tide is below mid-point the bay is too shallow for kayaks for long way across sand/clay. But above that tide level easy paddling. Wind picked up each day around 10AM easy before that, after noon winds too strong for enjoyable paddling.

Blog: Randy Oakley

Place: RV Park San Lucas Cove

Visited: March 29th, 2019

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Location: 27.219150, -112.213403