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RV Park San Lucas Cove | Established Campground

Mexico
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Last Visited: 4 months ago
GPS: 27.219150, -112.213403
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Yes
Toilets: Yes
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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A typical RV park full of snowbirds. When we pulled in there was an open spot on the water where we could pitch our tents. The crowd was friendly, inviting and partied late into the night. There is really great fishing if you can talk one of the old guys into taking you out on a boat.

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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.

Stayed here to explore Santa Rosalia. The snow birds here are very friendly and invited us to there music night. Had a spot right on the beach but move the the center to get level. They have showers but we did not use them.

An Out of the way RV park, right next to the water, no electricity but most that I talk to are friendly snowbirds. The bonus for me was one of the residence had taken in a litter of stray feral puppies and I ended up with one of them to keep me company on the road.

On the beach, protected, palm trees and Palapas. Small restaurant on site

Lol. 180 for everyone else. 200 for us because we had 2 motorbikes... still a good place with lots of friendly Canadians

Great spot, I was reminded of the Florida keys, rv park with some long term snowbirds. Lots of space available. We pulled in at dark and got an oceanfront spot. My 2 kids played with our dog and the place seemed quiet and relaxed. Showers and toilets are up on the small hill away from the water. (I couldn’t find them in the morning ;). Good spot to stop and get adjusted after the long drive from Ensenada.

This place is beautiful. We ended up getting here late because we stopped in San Ignacio to get new brakes (for which we were SO HAPPY as we did the crazy descent down to Santa Rosalía!). It’s the busiest RV park we’ve stayed in so far in Baja, lots of older people who have dug in. They seem a bit uncomfortable with a family with kids here, but they’re friendly enough and we’re enjoying our short stay. One of the long-timers drove me just across the highway to a hidden little spot to have my laundry which is basically winning the lottery to a mother of 3!

As an update to my review yesterday, I filled up the fresh water tank (for showers, dishes and toilet as we never drink this water) but I shouldn’t have. There is green junk coming out of the hose which I did not see except when I filled a water bottle. So be warned, don’t fill up your RV tank.

And make sure you turn to enter when you see the big yellow sign for the RV park as we missed it and our GPS was off

After driving for a few hours from Guerrero Negro to Santa Rosalia, we wanted to find a nice place to relax by the beach and found this place. Fairly large RV park with many snowbirds from USA and Canada all very friendly. Spoke to a resident and he said just pick a spot and someone will pass by to collect.

Beachfront $13, 2nd and 3rd rows $10

We chose beachfront with a great view, lots of birds in the area and a nice breeze as it was hot.

There is a restaurant nearby which we did not go to. Bathrooms and showers (Hot) are nice. Water and dump station are available to campers.

Overall great place to spend sometime.

This place is great, great restaurant, the cool cats here gave me a Hugh yellowtail filet, the showers are the BEST I have encountered in Baja. Cool vibe, very friendly snowbirds 180 pesos one row off the beach

Great place, warm showers with water pressure.
Waterfront p 135, none waterfront p 185.
First night we was invited to a family band playing in the bar, great Spanish and rock-and-roll music.
We didn't eat at the restaurant, but was told it was good food.

Tent-camped here 2 nights w/dog. I've stayed here before & not much has changed. Plenty of space for tents as well as RVs/vehicles. Good wi-fi & water. Restaurant on site but didn't eat there. Bathroom/hot showers. Tents 180 pesos/night.

We stopped in around 5 pm to go to the restaurant and ended up walking in on the caretaker’s daughters graduation party. We were invited in for some delicious tacos:). Their hospitality and generosity was A+.

It was a beautiful spot I would definitely recommend it. Quiet and safe. The police patrol as well. We actually slept with our back doors open due to the heat. If you are closer to the water I think the gentleman charges a bit more pesos. 180 up to 240.

Nice place on the beach, But swimming is not recommended, as the water is full of stingrays. If you have a kayak or SUP it's really nice cruising around in the bay. Some permanent campers out here, who are super friendly and helpful. We paid 180 pesos for the night. Wifi only at the restaurant, the bahia restaurant is only open on weekends during this time of season. no hook ups. But they have a dump station. Clean toilet and showers. Faculties are kept very well.

Good place for one night. $180 pesos per night. Not good for swimming but has good showers. If you have T Mobile you get good wifi here. Tip: don't use Google maps as it will take you through Southern entrance with rough road and like a maze. Take earlier Northern road entrance.

Safe, quiet, pretty view. A bit buggy when I visited but I think that's due to the unusual rains this year.

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.

This was an okay place to sleep for the night. We came in late so we couldn't find any electrical spots. Other people also said they couldn't find any either. $10 USD for the night. Wish we would of drove a little further to Playa Santispac.

Paid 140 pesos for a parking spot with no hookups. Very close to the lagoon. Hot showers. Dim lighting in bathrooms. Limited water pressure for showers. Bring your own toilet paper. Not far off Highway 1. Friendly owner. Not overly crowded. There are some long-term friendly campers that will swing by and see that you are doing okay.

A typical RV park full of snowbirds. When we pulled in there was an open spot on the water where we could pitch our tents. The crowd was friendly, inviting and partied late into the night. There is really great fishing if you can talk one of the old guys into taking you out on a boat.