A quiet family campground on the river. The bathrooms were pretty nasty, but the owner was nice and the view of the river was spectacular. It's a great place to stop just before or after the Argentina border.
Great owners, good campsites with plenty of space and grassy areas. Only problem is there is no shelter if you get caught in the rain. If you need any help filling propane tanks, the owner can show you the place.
If you want to stay here, book in advance online, we got a much better deal than what was advertised for walk ins. The hotel claims to have free parking, but it is a very small valet only garage a few blocks away. There is a pay garage around the corner that will let you park (and keep your keys) for about UYU 200 per 24 hours. Parking lots nearby.
We were told that as tourists we did not need to pay for camping. Large grounds easy to get away from the crowds. Electricity is only at the sites closest to the check in area. There's a nice river in the back if you want to explore. Only some spots have electricity.
Tables / grills / grassy / warm pools / restaurants / panaderia / riverside. The biggest campground we’ve laid eyes on with separate areas for youth and students. Can get very busy. There are indoor and outdoor thermal pools you can enjoy for an additional fee.
Well maintained picnic area right on the shore of the reservoir. Benches, tables and grills are also provided free of charge as well as electricity and water. There are toilets at the restaurant. We have asked before and we were assured that we could camp here without any problems.
Very nice camping area. The guy running the campsite is really friendly.Price: 140 p.P.; 150 Car Uruguaian Pesos. Correction: now charging 180pp and 200 mh for foreigners. Way too much for facilities it offer.
This is a backpacker guesthouse 2 minutes walk from the “old” town in Colonia. Great little town with nice, quiet streets, and okay restaurants. Relatively expensive. Parked in the street just outside the hostel, no problems.
Nice camping close to the beach (not on the beach). Walking distance to a couple of restaurants and grocery shops. Internet and hot showers.
Prices (01/2015): 215 pesos oer person and 105 pesos for the car
Note recent report 02/17 " Comment: we went here for the Night and at midnight the police asked us to leave.. "
There's a lighthouse and open space to park without restrictions in the point of punta carretas. It's close to restaurants, a mall, and a hip part of Montevideo.
A large camping with lots of campsite, really lots, like 1000. It's a good and cheap choice for those want to go to La Pedrera. Some of the section can be noised, but we found a quiet place to stay. price: from 100 to 200 $UYU, depends on the distance from the restrooms.
Municipal Campground with showers (hot water vom 10-12h and 19-22 h), toilets, electricity spots. 60Pesos per person/day and 70Pesos for the camper. Recommendable for staying close to Montevideo, takes a 15-20minutes ride to the city center.