Disused asphalt road. | Wild Camping



Last Visited: about 3 years ago
GPS: -18.658168, -63.238553
Altitude: 476.4 masl
Place Website:


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

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Free, quiet spot between train tracks and river, close to road but I seen


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FREE. No facilities.

So much rubbish at entrance that it's now accessible for two wheelers only. Proceed to far end of tarmac and there is ample space for freestanding tents. Beware of broken glass and thorns.

4 wheelers can take sand track on east side of RN9 to 'river' side.

Not quiet, you will need earplugs :-(

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From this point turning to southwest behind the trees, there were full of trash. Some meters inside was much better, we parked in front of train track at the end of the paved way. Had a view on Río Seco (yes, it's really dry). Can hear a bit traffic at night, but notthing big. It's ok for sleeping a night.

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Free, quiet spot between train tracks and river, close to road but I seen

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