There is a parking place close to the beach. One big palapa on the left of the beach and couple of tiny ones. A family takes care of this area and they have clean toilets setup as well as a cold water shower. 50 pesos per person for camping.
the is also a 1 mile hike to several coves with great snorkeling. The last one is the best.
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A free beach camp spot outside of a small fishing village. Many boon docking spots within 100 m of the beach and up the arroyo. Spot is known but still lots of room. Flying manta rays and dolphins visible from the beach. Nice snorkelling at the foot of the cliffs. The fishing village looks a bit sketchy, but the fisherman only live there a few days at a time. Free
Primitive camping facility near agua caliente (which is not so caliente). Very remote and quiet.
Simple campspot near natural hot springs. 50 M$/person. Nice shady area. Cool pool above dam with hot springs pouring into it. Walk up the canyon approx. 20 min to more pools and waterfall. Access via Santiago and Aguas Caliente. Proceed through village West to the end of the dirt road
We didn’t camp here because we arrived early in the morning, but you definitely can! There is a beautiful waterfall and pool that you can hike down to and swim. Highly recommend at least a visit even if you don’t decide to camp for the night. ~10USD or 130 pesos per person.
Park next to the beach under palm trees. 220 pesos / vehicle / night. No facilities. Bathrooms and showers available nearby for a separate fee. This is an amazing beach but it will fill up with buses on the weekends, so try to hit it during the week. We loved it. Wifi at beach-restaurants & bars.
This is a full service campground with all the amenities and it is right on the beach. There is another campground in town, but it was stupidly expensive. Great campground with grass, patio sites, ping pong table, fast wifi, hot showers, laundry, and steps from the beach.
A full service RV park just oustide of Puerto Vallarta. It’s got an amazing pool and OK wifi, but it was expensive (450 pesos/night) for two adults and the wifi was spotty. There were a ton of french canadians here during our stay.
Simple no-frills park with a million dollar view for about $100 (USD) a month. 15 amp electric available. Walking distance to town and a stone's throw to the beach. No security and very open area. Safe during tourist season since there are always people around.
A camping spot on a beach that has great surf. It was still a little stormy when we stayed here but we had a great time walking up and down the beach before heading into town later that night for some great tacos.
This is a little restaurant with enough parking space for a few RVs. The beach here is absolutely stunning. There aren’t any hookups but the restrooms were clean and we just couldn’t get enough of the beach. I suspect this may get busy on weekends.
Ok, here’s the deal. We just found a restaurant with a seemingly closed camping area next to it and asked if we could camp there. There is another camp site in town just a couple blocks away, but this one is right on the beach! This beach is stunning, probably one of our favorites in the Michoacan. Highly recommend a few nights here.
This is a great little RV park in Patzcuaro. Big rigs may have some difficulty getting in, but we saw RVs while we were here, so they manage somehow. There is a great little cabana area where tent campers can escape the elements and enjoy a book and even make a fire.
This is more of a parking lot at the owner's home, but if you can get in the tight entrance, you have great walking access to central Guanajuato, as well as a beautiful view. To access this place, make sure that you stay on the access road that goes around the city. Do NOT let your GPS route you through the middle of the city (it is a nightmare).
Also, don't confuse this place with the junk yard up the street! Some spaces have electricity and running water. Bathrooms are clean and well maintained.
A combo RV Park + Tennis club near central San Miguel de Allende with full hookups, private bathrooms, and a friendly owner who is very helpful. We spent over a week here while taking spanish lessons (ask the owner) and exploring San Miguel. Entrance from Cale San Antonio trough a big gate with a really small sign!