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A fairly dusty place with plenty of space for tents and vehicles. Has a small covered common area with seating for six, a power plug, gas stove and refrigerator. Two blocks from the town square. One plug for electricity is in the kitchen. Showers are solar showers.
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really dusty place, it seems they never clean the bathrooms, it is good for one night to do your shopping in town. Then better go to Andes desert camp to relax, it is just 10 km south of town.
Prince is too high for what you get: 6000 pP, 3000 for electricity and 2000 if you want to fill your water tank.
closed when we arrived
cerrado cuando llegamos
fermé quand on est arrivé
Camping horrível tem água e uma eletricidade péssima paga a parte 3.000 pesos por diária!!!
Stayed here for one night as it is very conveniently located. Nothing special but warm showers and safe. Of course, 6.000CLP/pp is definitely a steep price but I guess you're paying for the central location. We were happy to shower and dust off after the Lagunas Route.Report Check-In
I’m surprised this place isn’t more popular. Large area to park. Can fit most all vehicles,no height restriction. Popular with tent campers, so the scene is super chill. Micheal who runs the place is great. Still 6,000 pp. No WIFI, but you need to get off your phone anyways. Solar showers are super hot in the afternoon, if not, just ask Micheal to turn on the pump. Close to all of SPA’s cool expensive(!) stuff. Super mellow.Report Check-In
what you pay is what you get.
solar showers, rudimentary kitchen.
I think is an ok camping if you have to save some money and your vehicle has basic resources to not depend on the camping's.
for tents there are better places in town.Report Check-In
We stay there 2 days, and is ok.
bathrooms clean all days, you have a little kitchen, and electricity, Michael the son of the owner runs the place and he is very very friendly. and for 6.000 pp it's difficult find another place.
they have a big gate, close all the day and give you a key, to enter when you want.
Can we call this a camping? We stayed for several days in this place where the owners are unfriendly by obligation as all the other campsites are overpriced without having a better service.Report Check-In
well located camping with a few trees, a little bit dusty which isnt nice when it is windyReport Check-In
6000 pesos/personne porte fermée et clé individuelle, chats et chiens errants un peu gênants un peu poussiereux comme partout a San PedroReport Check-In
6000 pesos pp, gate was closed when we arrived but you can knock on the door of the house on the left. Solar showers working well during the day. Best option we found inReport Check-In
Now charging 6000 per person + 5000 for water and electricity. Electricity available to our vehicle via long extension from their house, and had enough power to run air con.Report Check-In
The best option we found close to town. 5000 per night per person. Kitchen and bathroom facilities sufficient. Plenty of room for tents and cars some shades space for tents and many tables available.Report Check-In
The4Dutch. The wind is terrible strong, sothat the Sandy soil is An disadvantage. Very friendly owner and helpfull. Bathrooms not clean, but warm showers. Prive 5000 peso's P.p and 5000 peso's for electr and water.Report Check-In
Dusty place, spot in the shade for our tent, campervan on the parking area, warm water by solarpower, dirty bathrooms and showers, noisy at night, 5.000 CHP/person and 5.000 CHP extra for water and electricity for the campervan. (We stayed here a few days but moved to Campsite Puritama when we were in San Pedro the second time, which is a bit more expensive 7.000 CHP/person but a far better deal!)Report Check-In
Cost: Ch$5000 per person per night. Hot showers (solar), Water (others have reported paying for water fill but we didn’t), electricitu from kitchen. Small kitchen with gas cooker (no oven).less than 5 minutes to square where there is free WIFI (slow).Report Check-In
A fairly dusty place with plenty of space for tents and vehicles. Has a small covered common area with seating for six, a power plug, gas stove and refrigerator. Two blocks from the town square. One plug for electricity is in the kitchen. Showers are solar showers.Report Check-In
2440m Amenities: 4 / price: 4 / our rating: 2. C:4,000/per person; 2,000 for elec; 2,000 to fill water tank. Elec / solar showers / climbing wall / dirt lot. Free wifi on town square. We learned later that Hotel Takha Takha has water, elec, and wifi
Over $20US for two people elec and water.Report Check-In