M$180 pesos/night. Clean hot showers with good pressure. Clean flush toilets. Water available. Some water facing sites, but we picked further into the big flat hardpacked parking lot for shade under a tree.

Friendly and mostly Canadian snowbirds. Good Restaurant according to residents that is open on weekends. Store across street at entrance with limited stock. We were told they are going through ownership change. Local lady come through with fresh baked goods and fresh seafood.

Not much to do here, unless you fish. No beach to walk along, cannot swim. Since its on the lagoon, the shore is muddy, with sharps shells and slimy that becomes evident at Low tide. Also told there are stingrays Swimming along the bottom, so walking into water is not a good idea.

internet decent and free near the restaurant.

Blog: DrivenToWander

Place: RV Park San Lucas Cove

Visited: January 25th, 2017


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Location: 27.218383, -112.214183