Los Baquenanos | Established Campground

Argentina

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
798.7 masl
Website:
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Anna Caroline

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

The place is 2000 pesos argentinos per person (they don't charge the motorhome). Incredible beach, hot showers, bathrooms. It is a large space, no motorhome restrictions.

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no dogs allowed, because it is in the national park

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We like this place.

Arrived around 6pm on a Sunday evening and were able to get a spot right on the beautiful lake with a gravel beach. Scavenged wood, had a nice fire in the fire pit by the picnic table.

Tons of flat places with shade.

Super quiet at night. HOT shower in a clean bathroom.

We paid a total of 24k arg for 2 people and a Land Cruiser.

Would stay again.

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Otimo lugar para motorhome! Vista espetacular
8000 pesos duas pessoas
Restaurante com comida regular e cara

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Hermoso bosque y playa al lago Gutiérrez. Spots cómodos. No hay wifi ni electricidad en las parcelas, canillas de agua escasas. Los baños dejan bastante que desear para el precio del camping, y cuando estuvimos no había agua caliente. El precio es $4000 por persona, fue el camping más caro de los que estuvimos.

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Now the price is 4000 Pesos per Person. We left.

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Nice campground, very big, green, right next to a lovely beach at the lake. Bathroom doesn't look great but works fine, including hot water. No electricity and wifi on the spots. Gets crowded during the day (especially when good weather).

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Beautiful location, BUT additional price increase:
2000 pesos per person, even if you arrive very late and leave early, they would not give us any discount

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1600 p. RV
800 p.P.
Power only on a couple places.
very big camp ground.
Grill and wood on place.

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It's now 800 pesos per person it's expensive but worth it, a complete paradise

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Price increase of 33,33%, now it is AR$ 600 PP.

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Beautiful location (as most campings in the surroundings) but the facilities are poorly maintained. The showers are even after cleaning still dirty. Broken sinks, etc. 400 peso pp is too expensive.

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Very big camgground at the lake. At the weekends a lot of people. Nice place, clean. A little bit expesiv, 400 AR$ PP.

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Huge campground and fantastic scenery! but... when we were there, there were no kayak rental, no shop, no restaurant, no WiFi. However we had to pay the full price of 250 ARS pp.
At first, bathrooms seemed to be ok, but didnt get cleaned and stopped working in the evening. It was gross. When we wanted to complain, no one was there and no one showed up the next morning.
Regardless of the toilets it was a nice stay.

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This campground is probably the best established camping I've seen in my life. This is talking about scenery. The restrooms and showers are a bit dirty and pretty smelly and the really good spots have no electricity. Price is quite steep, 250pesos p/person! However, I can't seem to leave this place.

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It is 200 pesos per person per night. Expensive! The place looks beautiful though

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This is a very large campground. It is fitted out for camping and day use. Fire pits, bbqs, tables at sites. Large building with showers and toilets. Clean. Sinks outside this building. The setting on the lake is beautiful. Long pebble beach. We were the only ones there. There is a large horsestable on the same location, as well as all sorts of outdoor activities. In season this place can be busy and noisy. Easy access through a dirt road, big rigs will enter easy here. No wifi. We paid 200 peso for a small campervan and two crew.
At night, horses graze on the campground. Lots of horse popoo around, watch your step. There is a main building also, where some sleeping accommodation is offered. When we were there, this building was only open on office hours.

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