No Fuego Marina | Informal Campsite

Argentina

Details

Verified:
almost 1 year ago
Altitude:
201.0 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Unknown
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
Unknown
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Nice place to camp after the glacier. The town is not much but there are some good views. We drove to the end of the road and stopped in the marina. After a few minutes a bloke popped up from the military or coast guard vessel moored near by and say hola. He had no problem with us camping here but was just concerned that we didn't set the ground on fire because it is a marina and there may have been some fuel spilled on the ground in the past. He was a really nice guy and gave us a tour of his boat. He offered us hot water and I am sure he would have let us use the toilet (or possibly shower) if we asked. If our Spanish was not horrible I could imagine us hanging out with him on his boat. He seemed pretty bored. Not any wind protection where we parked but there are some gravel parking spaces closer to the lake that might have limited protection. There is also a gravel spot by the lake that would have done. It is just before the small national park entrance, just before the town

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small car park of the prefecture. we asked a person from the prefecture who was in a moored boat if we could sleep there, it was ok. quiet but windy night. right next to the port entrance to take the Maria Turquesa boat which does the gourmet cruise. if you are lucky you can sleep in front of an iceberg.

petit parking de la préfecture. on a demandé à une personne de la préfecture qui était dans un bateau amarré si on pouvait dormir là, c’était ok. nuit tranquille mais venteuse. juste à côté de l’entrée du port pour prendre la bateau Maria turquesa qui fait la croisière gourmet. si vous avez de la chance vous pourrez dormir devant un iceberg.

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Beautiful views and quiet but can be very windy and no place to get out of the wind .. no facilities . We parked down behind a very small hill but it was still very windy

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Dormimos uma noite em frenge a Prefeitura Naval, pedimos autorização para 2 homens no barco e tem uma tomada no poste, e NÃO DEIXAR LIXO NO LOCAL .

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Tranquilo pra passar a noite, tem uma tomada no poste mas não utilizamos então não sei se funciona.

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Lindo local para ficar, muito silencioso e seguro. Ótimo sinal Internet (Claro) e tem uma tomada próximo ao poste.

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Quiet place, in front of the Naval Prefecture. It's a little windy at night. It has no facilities. There is an power plug, but I don't know if it can be used.

Lugar tranquilo, em frente a Prefectura Naval. Venta um pouco a noite. Não tem facilidades. Há uma tomada, mas não sei se pode ser utilizada.

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We was here with a bigrig. Super place. The poeple from the naval was very friendly. Absolut quite in the night.

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Very good place to stay with a motohome.
No noise. Safe place.

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Parking lot at the marina, outside of the Marpatac harbour. Very convenient if you make a cruise with them in the morning so you don’t have to drive all the way from El Chaltén.
Quiet at night but very windy when we where there! One has to park „nose into the wind“ otherwise the car is rocking like hell :-)

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Quiet and beautiful place, but very very STRONG wind!

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Parking lot at the end of the road just opposite the private Marpatag harbour. Nice view to the mountains. Quit at night. Windy.

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Nice place to camp after the glacier. The town is not much but there are some good views. We drove to the end of the road and stopped in the marina. After a few minutes a bloke popped up from the military or cost guard vessel moored near by and say hola. He had no problem with us camping here but was just concerned that we didn't set the ground on fire because it is a marina and there may have been some fuel spilled on the ground in the past. He was a really nice guy and gave us a tour of his boat. He offered us hot water and I am sure he would have let us use the toilet (or possibly shower) if we asked. If our Spanish was not horrible I could imagine us hanging out with him on his boat. He seemed pretty bored. Not any wind protection where we parked but there are some gravel parking spaces closer to the lake that might have limited protection. There is also a gravel spot by the lake that would have done. It is just before the small national park entrance, just before the town

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