|Last Visited:||16 days ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Internet:||Yes - Slow|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
The camping leaves something to be desired, especially if you are in a tent. Mostly these are just gravel spots for vans or RVs to park - it's a parking area behind restaurant/hotel. The restaurant is great, but expensive. Clean facilities. Slow wifi. Lots of noise from street. $15 or 185 pesos per vehicle per night.
Large motorhome 240Peso per night full hookups (30 amps out of a 15 amp outlet).
Dogs MUST be on a leash at all times/
Restaurant prices range from below US$10 upwards. Ambience and food both excellent.
Normal daytime street noise but around back very quiet at night. Quiet time after 10pm.
Uhhh so-so. Hot showered but almost no pressure. Big parking lot. MUCH better option at kadekaman hotel 45 min south in Vizcaino
With discussions we did pay 186, they want 215. Good Wifi, good showers and Toilets. Very friendly.
A basic stop, RV park. Very safe location however expect some noise from the city. Toilets are clean and flush, warm showers.
Very empty. Not anything more than a safe place to park on our way south for a night.
Truck with camper paid 215 pesos... Steep price as you could also park a 45 ft motor home for that price....
186 for the night. We had a quiet night. Wifi was oke, food was great (expensive but very good).
186 pesos. Parking lot behind a hotel. Hot non salty showers. Power at the site.
Paid 185 to sleep in our truck, prices are not negotiable. Bathrooms clean and showers are hot! Restaurant looked amazing but was a bit too pricey for our Mexico budget. Walked 5 minutes down the street to a cheap taco stand instead :)
we was the only RV there, clean bathrooms, the sewer smells. nothing special. good place for one night on our way south
186 pesos per night with no electricity. Hot showers & wifi are included in the price. Restaurant and gift shop are in the front of the property. Didnt shop or eat anything. Basically a parking lot for gringos' huge RVs and buses. When is humid and hot, the sewage stinks bad. You will notice the rocks on top of the holes. Nice play to spend the night after a week of wild camping. Very friendly staff. Recommended place on your way south or north. In general, the whole town is a good place to stock up.
not much more than a parking lot. Bathrooms were pretty clean but old, one of the showers was missing a head. 186 pesos per night for a tent. The food at the restaurant was really good and inexpensive in comparison to north of the Mexican border, $30 for drinks, main (filet mignon) and desert. In retrospect we would camp somewhere else and visit for supper.
Ugh. Will not stay here again. Cramped parking spots. Only one or two still available when we arrived. Reeked of sewer smell. Closed all our windows to keep the flies out but couldn't get rid of the smell. Skipped showers and Left at first light.
Bien pour le prix RV 240$ pesos full hookup douche chaud pres de tout bon wifi
Decent spot to stay for a night. Paid 186 pesos for dry camping. Showers were hot, wifi was slow and only worked up by the restaurant. Food at the restaurant was pretty good.
Paid 185 pesos for camping behind the hotel. Sites have water spigots and regular electrical plugs. Also flush toilets and HOT showers. Restaurant is good but a little pricey compared to taco stands.
Safe place. Good people. Food is very good. We got our car stuck in the sand dunes and the owner pulled us out. They were very cool.
Yep, still there, but we didnt camp, took a 580pesos room in stead:-). Camp site, no shade, but hookups etc,
got here mid afternoon after checking two others
had a very nice dinner in restaurant
$13usd a night for hook ups
good hit showers
good place to spend the night when driving through baja, not so much for hanging out. restaurant and bar is nice and the owner is very friendly. wifi worked outside at the level of the bar. hot showers = very welcomed cause it was freezy by night and awesome after some days at the beach without any amenities! toiletpaper and soap at the bathroom. the town is not so welcoming, you rather drive further to the bahias. 185 pesos per car/night
Paid 185 pesos for a parking space with electricity hook up. Hot showers. Wifi didn't work. Basic facility, but clean and quiet.
This is more like a parking area behind a hotel/restaurant with concrete and gravel surfaces. Showers were actually nice and hot and facilities clean. But again it's just a parking area near the main street with lots of noise at day&night. 15$ or 185 pesos per vehicle, cheaper for tent campers. Restaurant is expensive but nice. Wifi painfully slow.
Paid $185pesos for a van with no hookups. As stated, concrete pads and not much more. The shower room I picked had barely warm water, but hubby had hot. Internet is sporadic. It worked for a night.
The camping leaves something to be desired, especially if you are in a tent. Mostly these are just gravel spots for vans or RVs to park. It was the only place to camp when we went through town. The restaurant is great and there is usually wifi, although it was broken when we were there. Wifi was broken when we were here.