Not far from Ensenada, on the water. The father of this family spent most of his extra money from the last ten years turning his house into a mock castle, turrets included. There are nice shady palapas and farm animals roaming around the camping area. Wifi available near the house.
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.
A shady palm tree filled place. The owner comes around to collect in the evening. The water was sketchy at best, we bought bottled water in town. The environment in general was questionable esp. since it is on a main road in terms of security esp. at night.
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.
100 peso per night for vehicle and 2 people (11/2015)
Internet available from Annas 20 peso per hour.
Watch out for the sand fleas here, you won't notice the bites until you have tons of them. The facilities suck, but in this place, it's all about the beach. They had toilets but no water.
Cold showers 20 peso.
Dump point is up track just to the north of the smaller restaurant.
There's a restaurant and a beach bar. Lots of overlanders and older snowbirds. Usually very crowded in the high season so if you like peace and quiet, find another place.
A central place in Loreto with plenty of space for RVs and a few flat patches to pitch tents. There is a nice covered common area for campers with electricity. Rates are $5USD (60peso) per person if you are in tent spots at the end of park, $16USD for spots at front with no electricity, $18USD for spots with electricity. On site Laundry available. Very well looked after. Wash sink to do dishes in and nice common area with electrical plugs and tables.
A huge RV park on the water. They have a big area for temporary travelers to camp or park. There is a restaurant on the beach front with cheap happy hour cocktails, wifi, electricity and a pool. A great place to chill for a few days, especially if you like to fish. Electricity and internet available at restaurant
Camping is free if you buy a few drinks at one of the kiosks/bars on the beach. The restaurants will let you use their bathrooms for a fee (or if you are a good patron). Bring your own water supply. No showers, free!
This place is huge and fantastic! It has a lot of long term residences from mostly the US and Canada, but also plenty of space for those passing through or weekending from Guadalajara. The spots are well shaded under large trees and every spot has electricity and water (you will need the 125V RV adaptor for the power outlets though). The pools (yes, more than one) are clean as are the washrooms and showers. They have about 5 wifi connections so you just new to choose the one that suits your location best. If you are a sports fanatic, than you may be right at home with the volleyball, beach volleyball, soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts all inside the park walls. A lighthouse is locate closest to the water that you can walk to the top of, and the area around the lighthouse also doubles as a off-leash area. Plenty of playground equipment do kids as well. We payed 250 peso for one night, but the normal rate is 150 peso per person. 4 stars in my books.
After trying 3 different nearby camping places, and all were closed, we ended up at this hotel. It was nice enough for two nights while we went to see the butterfly reserve. They had a restaurant but it was closed when we were there.
Nice big area with grass for tent campers. There was a big indoor common area with power, chairs and tables. Wifi didn't reach the sites far from the buildings. We had power and water at site but wifi only works with enhancer
See last check-in stating may be open until Jan 2016
A pretty crappy place, but only a 20 minute walk from town. There were cockroaches crawling over our tent at night and the bathrooms were disgusting. We just heard a new RV park opened nearby. It would be worth investigating before staying here.
Nice new bathrooms and a big common area with a pool table and kitchen. Space for big rigs and fluffy grass for campers, just watch out for snakes! Internet may be not working sometimes, but when it works it works well... although it doesn't reach the rv sites. You have to drive through San Cristobal to get here, which has very narrow streets and can be difficult for larger vehicles.
A hippy paradise, this place was our first experience with the noisy howler monkeys. Nice grassy areas, and plenty of parking spaces. There are hot showers all day long. Its a short walk to the entrance of the ruins.
This park is in a beautiful beach front location, but unfortunately is very overpriced. We paid M$250 per tent a record cost that we didn't break until Torres del Paine in Chile. Showers were usually hot. Room for RVs
The rooms here were basic, if a little expensive. We heard from other travelers that they were allowed to pitch a tent on the roof, which would be awesome. There is a communal kitchen with stove and fridge. Parking is on the street and a serious pain to find close to the hostel.
This is a restaurant with a small camping area, mostly designed for RVs, although you can pitch a tent if you want. It was the only place to camp nearby the Uxmal ruins. The bathroom block was decidedly sketchy. There may have been electricity in the restaurant, we didn't ask. Watch out for spiders here, there's plenty and they are big n' hairy.
Excellent hostel, with all the amenities. Parking is about a block away but there is a height restriction. Our 4Runner barely fit. They did have a small camping area, but we opted for a room. A simple breakfast was included.
Big cement areas with covered palapas are in the back of this hotel. You have to park out front and walk all your things to the back. (For TENT camping). The wifi was good, but didn't reach much past the lobby. They have a restaurant but it was closed when we were there.
This resort essentially caters to long term vacationers who build shacks around their RV's, but there is a Nice enough parking lot for RV's or campers (relatively small number of camping spots). 47$ us per night for RV's. No Internet is available for campers. The hotel is nice with bathtubs and a small kitchen area and quite fast Internet hotspots in each room. Hotel rooms look out over the ocean and are cleaned daily. The pool is clean and refreshing and is included in the camp/hotel fees. We negotiated a 30% discount on hotel fees as we were staying for 5 days, but the price still amounted to 1300 peso per night.
In Xpu Ha, there are 2 campgrounds. This is the website of the campsite MUNDO CHALIO. The name of the other camping park is BONANZA but now they call themself GLAMPING Xpu Ha. The sign for our CG has just been stolen, but we will renew it as soon as possible. The access road to our campsite MUNDO CHALIO is easy to find. On the road 307 in direction from Tulum to Cancun You turn right DIRECT !!! at the kilometer marker 265 towards RESTAURANT LA PLAYA and the diving club BAHIA DIVERS. They have large signs. The coordinates direct at the kilometer marker 265 are N20'28.631 / W087'15. The coordinates directly for camp ground are N 20'28.342 / W087'15.505. The CG is a beach front location with enough shady spots to keep you cool. All spaces are FULL HOOK UP with 30 amp. terminals. Even very large RVs will have no problems with us. Also for the 2016 / 2017 season, we charge per night 295 pesos, per week 1800 Pesos and for 4 weeks 5950 pesos for each RV ( NOT per PERSON! )
The hosts, Vera & Dierck will be ON THE ROAD from June to September. But the camp ground will be open for this time too, of course. So therefore ask at the BLUE HOUSE or in the small shop direct on the beach to Mr. Roman, and he'll help.
You know English is not our mother tongue. We therefore will have made mistakes here, please excuse.
We wish you a safe trip and a pleasant stay at our campsite MUNDO CHALIO direct at the beautiful beach of the Riviera Maya.
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RVPark with full hookups but also a primitive camping area (and even beach camping). Right on the beach. Owner is friendly to negotiate price. ~USD $10.00. List price is $26 for the RV park area with full hookups. Primitive area is free and right on the edge of the beach.
Primitive campground near La Bufadora outside Ensenada. Great views of the ocean (you are up on a cliff). 70 pesos or ~USD $5.00. If you go to the end of the road you are on cliff with pit toilets and no water. If you stay in the dirt parking lot up the mountain near the entrance (left after the "store") you get access to running water, toilets and shower, as well as Internet 3mbps up/down)