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 available and WiFi around the grounds. Separate sections for RV’s and non hook up vans/tents. Friendly owners and it’s peaceful!
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Really nice resort RV park with nice showers and a nice community. Easy to mountain bike to the trails.Report Check-In
dropped in for 2 nights in tent area in our van. paid $400p / nite. decided to stay 5 more nights and topped up our payment to $2400p / U$120 per week. it's mostlyi at described. Wifi was sketchy at out tent site but ok at pool office etc. when it wasn't breezy we had a bit of sewer smell. ( we've experienced this many times in Mexico ) our site is just around the corner from the sewer facility. regardless the stay is going well and we'll probably stay again. ps. sunrise Beach walk with a coffee is great. there's good hiking/ biking trails above the highway.Report Check-In
Stayed here for two night and wish we could have stayed longer! $18 USD per night in the tent camping area, but you get access to showers, WiFi, beach, and pool. Central location in town so everything is walkable. Good cell service on ATT. We did try to stay here last year, but it was fully booked. Worth calling to see if they take reservations if you will be in Los Barriles during the busy season.Report Check-In
Nice campground. January 2020- paid 500 pesos per night. Nice and clean. Sites not very large but I saw smaller sites in Florida.Report Check-In
Planning to stay 2 nights but probable will stay longer. Very nice RV park, pool, beach, nice bathrooms, lots of snwbirds that are staying for many months, negative: too many
ATVs-500 pesos per night
good campground with clean restrooms and showers, washing machine. beach access and very central. office was closed when we arrived but someone came by later to collect the fee. stayed there on two different occasions and would come back anytime.Report Check-In
The reviews are confusing for us so after staying here I want to clarify the two options. "Tent" sites are not dry. They have power outlets at every site. Water spigets may not be at every single tent site but there are plenty around. Some shade but mostly sun. It wasn't packed so I saw very little difference between the two other than way less tent sites than RV sites. They had no problem with us parking our 7m van there. WiFi worked well, beach front pool was great, and the sand was sparkly gold :)Report Check-In
Clean with lots of showers, 1 washing machine and a pool in front of the ocean. rate now 320 MX$ without service.Report Check-In
We loved this placed. It has a great community of snowbirds, easy beach access, a nice pool and decent bathrooms. You pay 320 pesos in the tent/van/pick-up area and 500 in the RV area. We had a great large spot under a tree! Most spots however are small, so be advised if you don't like that, you don't get too much privacy. Also you really don't want to be next to the sewer system due the smell. Besides that, the place is great - We stayed for 3 weeks and it was still hard to leave :) :) :)Report Check-In
Very busy and compacted as they cram as many people in as possible. No privacy. Bathrooms are clean and there are washing machines but no dryers. Close walk to beach and town.Report Check-In
Got the last spot for dry camping.
Wifi was very good and the walk to the beach was short.
Lots of others there and you are parked very close to the others... our unit provided shade for the people beside.
We did not use the laundry. Washrooms probably the cleanest we have seen. Showers were great!
Great spot, we needed to recharge after beach camping and this is the place! We visited several parks and decided on this one. $15/300peso a night with power outlet, only in the non RV section. Owners are friendly, bathrooms are great. Worth the money :)Report Check-In
Good spot, 17 bucks a night, right on the beach. Short stroll to town. What more can you ask for?Report Check-In
Big RV Park with lots of permanent campers. Paid 300MXN for one night, showers and toilets very clean and good. Fast wifi. We found some shade under a big tree, but most of the place is in the sun. Beach is nearby.Report Check-In
While this place is on the expensive side for Mexico, it was well worth it after a week of wild camping. Resort near the ocean, swimming pool on the beach and lots of amenities.Report Check-In
This is a very comfortable clean campground with warm showers, pool and washing machine. A nice place to get cleaned up after much beach camping. Paid 300 pesos if you use water and electricity only.Report Check-In
super camping , douches chaudes , toilettes propres , piscine avec vu sur plage ,
very good place but 425 pesos per night
Campground next to the beach. a lot of americans drinking at the bar and fishing. nice litte pool. wifi ok, two washers working, no working dryer but you can hang up your clothes. too pricy 23dollar per night with full hook up. bathrooms a little bit run down, for us not the best place. good pizzas in town!Report Check-In
OK place to stay if you are wanting to see the town....expensive @ $17 USD for tenting compared to many other places we have visited so far.Report Check-In
Very full and busy but a great location on the beach and in town. Swimming pool and beach bar. Hot showers, laundry, book exchange, Internet and full hookups for $23nightReport Check-In
big RV park. got hookups and Wi-Fi. we specifically asked to be where Wi-Fi would work and she said we could park near hotel. worked well. nice big beach and bar is in front of hotel right on the beach. great location near town. $16usd. and you can use the hotel pool. bar has good happy hour pricesReport Check-In
Nice big campground/hotel with pool, restaurant, bar, internet, hook-ups. Right in front of the beach. Right in town.Report Check-In
It was an okay place. A big parking lot. Showers were good. Never got internet to work. Then we moved to playa Norte which is more expensive but much better. Spacious. Internet. Even better showers. Beachfront. A mile from town which is ok because the town is very American.Report Check-In
RV park right in central Los Barriles. Walking distance to downtown and all the food, and great beach access. Options to dry camp or full hookups for RVs. ~USD $15.00Report Check-In
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 restaurantReport Check-In