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No facilities, but walking distance to a hot spring by the lake. Sheltered behind an old rock wall Price: free
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A park ranger came at 6pm and tried to kick us out. He said camping is only allowed by the establishments. With some begging he made an exception. Our friends who parked around the corner weren't as lucky and had to move to the other side of the lagoon. The 2wd Volkswagen Van who was with us made the ranger close an eye. It would have been really rough to take the bad roads as it was getting dark.Report Check-In
Best place we could find near Laguna Blanca/Verde because it has good wind protection.Report Check-In
Stunning view, we drove up the hill directly behind the buildings to be more hidden from the road.
The hot spring is the small hut/building you can see on the edge of the laguna. Warm water and a man made shallow pool perfect for dipping feet.Report Check-In
Great view. Excellent shelter. But too much toilet paper in corners of rooms for my liking. Still well sheltered to pitch tent on ledge outside the rooms.Report Check-In
Ruined building offering excellent protection from the relentless winds. Has three 'rooms' of which the middle is the best for pitching your tent. If you prefer not to be seen you can park your vehicle around the back. Off-road vehicle recommend.Report Check-In
No facilities, but walking distance to a hot spring by the lake. Sheltered behind an old rock wall
Price: freeReport Check-In