Sta Rosalia. Guerrero Negro | Wild Camping

Mexico

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Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
RAV4Girl

Amenities

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

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There is a beautiful hidden gem we found on a side pull-off (where our car broke down). We pulled our trailer behind some trees for the night, realized how special the place was and we were surprised it wasn’t on this app since there are not many wild camp spots near Santa Rosalia. Flat enough spot and ability to hide by some trees. Beautiful foliage with mountains in the background, donkeys and horses nearby (if you hear noise of footsteps overnight, it’s probably them so don’t stress like I did). I wouldn’t recommend too big of a rig (20+) if you want to be hidden from the traffic of Hwy 1 (unless you have 4x4 / good tires and drive deeper in through rocky terrain). You will hear noise from the highway and this may be a spot for locals to hang out as there was a lot of garbage we cleaned up and a firepit. It’s clean now and I hope it’s like that when you arrive. Absolutely worth it for the view. seems better hidden than the beach camp spots down the road as you enter the city. No cell or data signal here.

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Didn’t spend the night, just checked it out. Lots of highway noise! Also, it’s the bottom of a wash; don’t be here if rain threatens.

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Become one with the desert donkey. Quiet and hidden!

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There is a beautiful hidden gem we found on a side pull off (where our car broke down). We pulled our trailer behind some trees for the night, realized how special the place was and was surprised it wasn’t on here since there isn’t many wild camp spots near Santa Rosalia. Flat enough spot and ability to hide by some trees. Beautiful foliage with mountains in the background, donkeys and horses nearby (if you hear noise of steps overnight, it’s probably them so don’t stress like I did). I wouldn’t recommend too big of a rig (20+) if you want to be hidden from the traffic of Hwy 1 (unless you have 4x4 / good tires and drive deeper in through rocky terrain). You will hear noise from the highway and this may be a spot for locals to hang out as there was alot of garbage we cleaned up and a firepit. It’s pretty clean now and I hope it’s like that when you arrive. Absolutely worth it for the view👌👌 seems better hidden than the beach camp spots down the road as you enter the city. No cell or data signal here.

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