Los Arbolitos | Established Campground

Mexico

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Verified:
27 days ago
Altitude:
8.2 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Song of the Road

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Open 7 days a week.
There is a parking place close to the beach inside Cabo Pulmo Park. There is one big palapa on the left of the beach and a couple of tiny ones. A family takes care of this area and they have clean toilets set up as well as a cold water shower. 150 pesos per person for camping. Great snorkeling right off the beach.
There is also a 1 mile hike to several coves with great snorkeling. The last one is the best but requires a licensed guide.

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We have stayed here a few times. Yes it is a sandy parking lot but you are close to the beach and a morning hike to dinosaur eggs (cabo del shiro) is worth it. This is nicer than the beach camps north of Cabo Pulmo that we checked out. We had a 2wd promaster. We had no problem getting out but we had learned from other situations that a little bit of momentum goes a long way.

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Still a great spot. We think the 150 pesos per person a night is reasonable considering the flush toilets, shower, and trash. Their little dogs did bark a bit at night and the roosters are still there but not too bad.

Something to be aware of per a new sign and officials from the park is that you need a lifejacket to snorkel and must stay within the cove by the beach otherwise you need a licensed guide.

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We didn’t stay because it was very windy so snorkeling wasn’t an option. Posting because the last stretch of road before arriving at the beach is steep, very bumpy, and narrow. Our front wheel 2W drive promaster barely made it out. It’s possible, you just need a lot of oomph and cheering!

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Best snorkeling since we are in Baja! It’s best to check wind report before driving up there because it is not interesting when it’s windy. If you go further out the beach, go before or after the boat tours to respect their business. Nice to have a cold shower, toilets and garbage on the site. More of a parking spot than a real camping. 150 per person per day.

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Wonderful stay here! There is a trail leading out of camp to the south that goes to “dinosaur egg” cove. Excellent snorkeling here even if choppy at camp. Facilities are as described and reasonably well maintained. 150 per person to camp.

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Le spot de snorkeling est vraiment riche. Nous avons dû des tortues, murènes, et toutes sortes de poissons tropicaux. Nous avons passé un moment magique avec nos enfants de 10 et 7 ans. La plus petite de 4 ans a aussi réussi à voir des poissons là où elle avait pied. C'est un peu cher au vu des installations. Une chose qu'on n'a pas beaucoup vue dans les commentaires. Il y a un passage pas évident. Pour l'arrivée en descendant, ça va. Mais pour la remontée, pas hyper évident. Des américains étaient embourbés dans la montée. Nous sommes passés avec nos roues jumelées, mais je ne le recommande pas avec un simple essieux. De la Ribiera, nous avons bien dû rouler 1h sur des pistes ondulées. Ca se fait bien, mais c'est long. En tout cas, aucun regret, nous avons passé un super moment. Précision, nous avons un camping car de 24 pieds.

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très petit camping pour RV. sable très mou. vous allez vous enfoncer si vous voulez une place "sympa". sinon vous allez vous garer derrière le bric a brac de la famille qui habite ici. nous n'avons pas pu faire malheureusement de snorkeling car beaucoup de vagues et de vent ce jour là... ATTENTION!!! le chemin pour y arriver est correct, avec une grosse descente vers la fin, mais pour repartir, la montée est très compliqué si vous n'avez pas une propulsion. nous étions 2 RV, 1 avec propulsion est passé, l'autre est resté bloqué. solution: faire la montée en marche arrière en enlevant un maximum de poids a l'arrière... ça nous a pris 2 h pour sortir de la...

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As described, a beautiful spot right on the beach. Very good snorkeling, lovely cats and dogs! Showers and toilets are simple but working. Rough sandy road but we did it with our 2wd van

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Sehr schöner Ort im Nationalpark. Traumhafter Strand und nette kleine Wanderung. Um dorthin zu gelangen muss man von La Rivera kommend ca. 15 Kilometer Gravelroad zurück legen. Kurz vorm Ziel gibt es eine schwierige Kurve. Die Straße ist ausgewaschen, kurvig und steil. Um mit einem Wohnmobil/Van mit 2WD dort hoch zu kommen bedarf es viel Geschick und etwas Glück.

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very nice place, quiet and the owner very helpful

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beautiful place, quiet and easy to park 150 for parking overnight, they have bathrooms and showers, reception is not so good, there snorkel equipment for rent, 300 pesos per 3 hours
wifi password is: ranchocoraldefrailes

we stayed two nights and it was great
they close at 5:30 pm but there is a phone on the gate so they can let you in if you are arriving late

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150 pesos p.P for day and night! A really nice beach, toilet and shower dort, but you have a super tranquilo spot withouth Musik and alcohol junkies 😀super for snorkeling 👍

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This is not really a campground. On a weekend the place is busy. Won't recommended spending the night here. Pay only the day fee and go somewhere else. Dirty toilets, only one shower is working. The family was not very friendly.

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Came for the day, $100mx/per person. The road from La Ribera is paved until km 16ish so the last 10km to Cabo Pulmo and the 5km to here is washboard. Not the worse road for our Promaster 2WD but it was washboard and slow going.

This spot has flush toilets and direct access to the beach. The trail starts at the camp and passes a series of bays. We snorkelled in the last one and saw many fish, coral, a sea turtle and heard whales! The paid snorkel tours come here so it gets busy with boats. One captain drove close to me while I was in the water near the rocks to tell me that you have to wear a life jacket in the park and need a guide. Many people out doing the same thing as us.

I’d go early and avoid the tour boats. The bay in front of the camp has nice snorkelling too at high tide. My partner saw three sharks and I saw a stingray. The beach is beautiful and is a great place to hang out. Sunday gets busy with locals coming down

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Vehicle: Ram Promaster 3500

Stayed one night here. Easy drive down to the campground but a little gnarly on the way back up in one area. But it's doable.

It's crowded, especially if you get there late like we did. The sand inside the campground is loose in some (most) areas and we got stuck pulling into a spot. But after a couple swipes with the E Tool, we were free and finished backing in.

Beautiful area with crystal blue water. If you follow the trail to the right along the beach for about 1k, you'll hit Dinosaur Egg beach which gives you a great snorkeling experience.

Yes, the roosters are loud but they're not terrible.

Would stay here again!

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This is a great little spot for dry camping. I drove in here with a 25' class C, no problem. You need to air down your tires for the east cape road or the washboard will kill you. Small camp area for rigs, but I saw a a few groups in cars pull out tents and hike up the beach to camp. The roosters do make a lot of noise, but it wasn't bad. I paid 150 p/n for 2 nights. Long beach walks in both directions with incredible bluff geology. Windy one day, calm and snorkeled the next. Very good snorkeling. I'd take this place over the site north of Cabo Pulmo, even with the roosters. The caretaker should start making chicken tacos...

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this is a great beach for snorkeling, turtles are sighted plus coral and an aquarium of fish. however camping is tight and the 5 or 6 roosters start growing incessantly by 3 a.m. I suggest doing the day pass then sleeping at Friolis or the beach just north of Pulmo.

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As described. Be careful if you bring your dog. The owners have several dogs, and one of them attacked a visiting dog on a leash. It took two people to get the biting dog off. The cats were friendly though. The roosters welcome you starting at 3 am. Great snorkeling, saw a sea turtle.

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This beach is gorgeous if you can sleep through multiple roosters. I wore earplugs both nights and still didn’t manage to sleep much past 3am. If you can, it is a gorgeous beach that you can snorkel and sup right from the shore! Shower and bathrooms were standard baja. Cats will jump into your rig if you let them.

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Stayed for two nights. Simple restrooms with flush toilet and well stocked with paper. Cold outside showers. 150 pesos per person to camp

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Just as described - felt super safe, great amenities for being right on the water. Beachfront was epic, snorkeling was amazing, so many gorgeous kinds of fish and water life. Great trails from this beach down to many other rediculously gorgeous beaches… walked the trails to the right of the beach for about 15 mins and stopped at another point area they called Dinosaur egg beach. The snorkeling there was even more great and the huge round rocks everywhere and other amazing rock formations were radical! Highly recommend! We didn’t camp, it was a little windy that day and we wanted to keep moving, but we spent the whole day there mostly and would highly recommend!

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150peso for overnight camp + use during the day. Open all days now - Spoke to gatekeeper, closure days was previously for covid regs. road in is dicey with some ruts and wash outs with a tight corner for trailers. they can help you get out if you need! Amazing views. hike south is sandy and w bit of cliffside fun. easy in sandals. really enjoyable time here :).

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We were recommended this place by a local as an alternative to expensive snorkeling tours. We rented snorkeling equipment for 15$ and came here instead. The parking was around 40 pesos a d the beach is AMAZING. Water is crystal clear and turquoise, snorkeling was out of this world. If you don't have money to do the whole snorkeling trip in Cabo Pullo (which is around 80$) this is an option for you.

We didn't stay for the night but we saw there are all the amenities, and a lot of space provided. The price was 150 pesos per night at the time we visited

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Great beach with excellent snorkeling. Basic facilities, the camping was just in the car park could tent on beach however very windy when we were there so would not recommend. Best snorkeling is a 1km hike south. Worth the walk as water so much clearer and much better marine life. Prices as previous reported. Road very manageable we rode in two up fully load and had no issues.

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Nice spot, 150 MX / Person per night but also cover for your next day park entrance. So if you don't know how to math here it is for you (50MX day use + 50 MX camping+ 50 max next day use)
Fair price, bring all your food and drinks, although a nice lady can cook you stuff in the day with a decent park tax (twice the price for a taco)

Over all very worth it as you can see some turtle, sharks, crazy colored fish, corals and more!

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Nice white sand beach in a cove for day use and overnight camping. Parking is restricted to the parking lot but that is right next to the beach. 150 pesos per person to camp. Day users are asked to leave by 6:30 and the gate is supposed to be locked then. Visited on a Sunday. Place as pretty well cleared out by 6:00 pm. Looking forward to a quiet evening. Showers are more a trickle but it works and was hot late afternoon.

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Really nice snorkeling here and overnight stay. Stars were incredible. Part of Cabo Pulmo park. Some amenities here - w/c and you can get some food and drink here. Sweet place

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As described but there are no palapas on the beach. Camping $150 pesos, no hookups. Fair bathrooms, cold showers, bring your own food and water, must wear life vest while snorkeling (in ALL of Cabo Pulmo Park), $50 pesos. The snorkeling is fantastic here!!! Biodegradable sunscreen required.

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I was skeptical when we drove in since camping is in a tight, unlevel, sandy parking lot. Plus we had to pay $150 pesos per person. That said, this place won me over and I would definitely come back! The main beach is packed with families but take the trail up the cliffs to the right until it ends (about 1/2 mile, maybe less) and you’ll be completely alone! I find it’s even prettier as well. It seems that’s where the best snorkeling is too because the boat tours always stopped there. They come and go quick and don’t go on the beach so we still felt like it was peaceful. The rocks out this way are really fun too! Tons of odd shapes.

There’s debate on whether you need a life jacket or not. We swam without one then heard they prefer you wear one to keep you from diving down and accidentally disrupting the coral. It’s $50 pesos to rent.

Room temp showers. We showered around 5pm and the water was warm!

Also took our dog out to the secluded beach but didn’t let her swim too far past the shore.

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Du vent aujourd hui donc barriere fermee. Pas facile d y aller. Alors cabo pulmo c est bien !!

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Tiny, sandy parking lot off a beautiful beach with some good snorkeling (the only reason we decided to try it out). We must have gotten unlucky in our timing. Despite a weekday stay, we were packed in like sardines with closer quarters than the most crowded RV park. Because you pay for entrance and camping at the gate near the road, you don’t get to see where you are paying to camp first. Perhaps with better Spanish than mine you could arrange something at the gate, but I could not. Road in has a steep, blind and partially washed out section. The sand in the parking lot is very soft in places and luckily 4wd rigs seemed to park there leaving more packed surface for others. Despite a “closed gate” at 6 pm we had noisy cars coming and going after 10 pm in addition to an endlessly barking dog that lives on the property. The roosters before dawn didn’t bother us since we were already up anyways! We must have gotten very used to peace and quiet in Baja for good sleep and enjoyable space to camp in. This felt miserable. I’m imagine it could be a fine place to stay with a little luck.

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As described, a fun camping &/or Day Use beach with a great view and funky restrooms. For the price and location… it’s a Gem!

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Beautiful beach, very quiet, great snorkeling. Gates are locked at 6pm. RV Camping is $150pesos per person. Cold shower is just a trickle. Lower lot near the beach is sandy. We parked there but not too close cause looks easy to get stuck. Stayed 2 nights, really beautiful here.

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CERRADO LOS LUNES.
Los demás días Solo de 10am to 6pm.
Si quieres ingresar son $50 MX pp.
Para hacer camping es $150MX pp.
El restaurante estaba cerrado así que mejor traer tu comida antes de ir.
Ducha de agua fría.
La playa muy bonita.

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Camping is in parking lot/Vado. Gate closed 6pm-10am. Closed Mondays. Some restrictions on snorkeling: guide, 8 max persons. PFD required farther than 20m from shore. Biodegradable sunblock required. Cold showers and flush toilets working.

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Seems as though you cannot camp here anymore, there is a gate and a newer sign stating the area is only open from 10am-6pm, the guard at the gate reinforced this, drove a little south to a sweet spot.

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120 pesos per person, only camping for van/RV was in small unlevel parking lot. beach looked nice, we did not stay.

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Very nice place to camp. We camped here for 2 nights hoping the wind would quit for us to snorkel. It never did so cannot comment on the snorkeling. We did take the hike along the beach (south) and it was very beautiful. There are flush toilets but the water ran out midday and the toilets would not flush. The cost was 120p for the two of us and we felt very safe.

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It‘s a campsite at a great place: impressing rocks, lovely small beaches. We rent a gear for snorkling (200 Pso/4 hours) and saw colorfull fishes but only few corals (maybe we haven‘t been at the right spot). The day we arrived they installed a new and good working flush-toilett. We paied for 2 persons and our small rig for the first night 200 Pso and for the second 150 Pso. The road down to the beach was rough and we were happy to have a 4x4 though there were also vehicles without.

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Nos quedamos 3 días y 2 noches. El camping es tranquilo y humilde, perfecto para disfrutar de la bonita playa, de la torre con vistas al mar y al atardecer, y bucear en el arrecife de coral. Las duchas son de agua fría pero están bien y para el baño utilizas cubo. Muy recomendable, seguro y bonito.

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nice beach, felt safe when I slept here. not crowded at all on a Sunday.

4wd not mandatory, but high clearance highly recommend to get there, lots of fun offroading to get there.

paid 60 pesos, bucket toilets, shower, no electricity. Telcel full 4G

The must is going for at sunrise in this warm water. you'll have the beach for yourself !

ps : bring the bug spray

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Arrived late the night before as the road to get there is really bad - heavy washboard the last 15 km and all together 45 km dirt road from San Jose. Gate closes officially at 7pm, but lock was not closed. Untangled chain and got in. Paid 60 Pesos/person and night. Pretty run down toilet and bathroom. As a thunderstorm came in, we parked on higher grounds. At 6am it poured heavily and vado (sandy river bed) went from dry to knee deep flood. 5 cars got stuck parked in there. Host and all campers helped to pull them out - 4 were ok, van got stuck and we had to shuffle him out of the sand taking up about 3 hours.

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Stayed one night. Shower and a bucket toilet. 60 peso pp to camp. Went for a quick snorkel before sunset right from the camp site and saw a turtle hanging out in the reef! Spent all morning and afternoon snorkeling. Hiked the 1 mile trail and went in a few of the spots but the waves made the visibility poor. Went back to the campsite and from there we went out to the right and a ways out and found an amazing part of the reef with another turtle and many amazing fish! Best spot we have snorkelled all of baja

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40 pesos per person to park. add 20 pesos per person to camp. some food service. roosters to wake you. good snorkeling.

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Great spot for a hike along the cliff side trail to snorkeling spots. You can rent equipment and buy tacos here too. The people are super nice. The camping is a little tight fit for my taste, more like a long narrow sandy parking lot. However it is safe and secure and not crowded. Really beautiful spot with a lovely cove beach and access to great snorkeling.

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Here in our 22 RV made it no problem. Road in is rutted but 100% passable without 4wd. Maybe come early or late to get a good spot if you have a bigger rig and back in it so you can get out easily.

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2wheel drive mini truck=Road is good getting there, was 60 pesos per person to camp. I think 40 for dayuse, Amazing snorkeling!! They keep the restrooms very clean, there is a shower and taco truck with cold beers, they have rentals, snorkels kayaks etc. Also do guided trips. The local dogs keep the cows at bay and theres plenty of roosters to give you that super authentic that your looking for. Were in a mini truck so i dont know the r.v. Beta but seems like it goes. Morning and evening shade, the last cove southeast is great for naked snorkeling. We’re major dirtbags so its not often we are stoked on paying for camping. Stoke was high.

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Got in no problem with a 2WD 22' sprinter. Some soft sand but hey its Mexico! Amazing snorkeling and a chill vibe. water was calm and good for swimming, kayaking, and diving too. Hope you like your 3am rooster wakeup calls! haha but hey it wouldn't feel right if there wasn't a rooster!

if you are tenting on the beach, know there is no shade. :)

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Overnight parking in the Arroyo at Los Arbolitos. You can put a tent on the beach but car camping is possible only at the parking lot near the beach. The road to Los Arbolitos has one steep section but it is ok for most RVs. There are cold showers, "rustic" toilets and a small restaurant. Camping is not very scenic but snorkeling between Los Arbolitos and Playa Serenita is great.

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Fantastic place for snorkelling but don’t try to get there with a 22 feet RV. You need a 4x4 drive for the last 200 m. Very steep and huge holes on the dirt road . Very few place to park because of soft sand . Getting out of there was a nightmare.
Coqs and dogs very noisy

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Fantastic place for snorkelling but don’t try to get there with a 22 feet RV. You need a 4x4 drive for the last 200 m. Very steep and huge holes on the dirt road . Very few place to park because of soft sand . Getting out of there was a nightmare.
Coqs and dogs very noisy

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Very good place ! Nice people and good for swimming if no wind, otherwise it’s not possible to see anything while snorkeling. Please note that it’s feasible with a 30ft RV (2D), with a medium clearance coming from the North road (Los Barriles) but it’s a bit sporty !

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Very nice place right on the beach. That day to much wind for good snorkeling. Clean toilets. Road good for our 24 ft RV. Last 100 meter little difficult but we did it

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Buen lugar para una o dos noches. A 20 minutos de playa La Sirena (snorkel Epico). Duchas frías (baja presión) y baños funcionales. 60 pesos p/p. Se puede rentar equipo de snorkel en el camping.
Good for a night or two. 20 minutes away from La Sirena snorkel spot (EPIC). Cold showers (low pressure) & working toilets. 60MP per person. You can rent gear at camping

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Great place. Road was ok for our 21ft Toyota Dolphin. It is ‘just’ a parking lot, but the surroundings make it so much more. Moreover it empties at night. Cold showers and toilets with buckets of water. Stayed two nights: 60MXN pp per night. Lifevests for rent: 50MXN, supposed to be obligatory, but didn’t seem to be reinforced. People told us the restaurant was good. Great snorkeling on left & right, beautiful little hike to Mermaids beach. Dogs ok, during low tide you can explore all the adjacent beaches off leash. Notes: it can be windy here, we had one bad day, two good ones (for snorkeling).

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Awesome. Camping right on the beach, fish/shrimp tacos available. Friendly and helpful staff. 20min walk to epic snorkeling. BYOB. 120ps for 2 people per nite. Cold showers, toilets, 3G service

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Beautiful place to camp and snorkel. Incl (cold) showers/banos. Campfires allowed. 60 ppp. Just one setback; the chickens/roosters.. They kept us awake for most of the night..

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Life jackets for snorkelling are mandatory in the park. First we were not happy we need to rent them (50mex/person), but it turned out to be very comfortable. Day use in this campground is 40mex/person. I wouldn't be probably happy with the roosters if we stayed overnight.

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We stayed here for a night in our van. I would not recommend staying here on a weekend like we did, it’s packed full of cars carrying large families camping in tents on the beach. No good spots to park, loud all hours and torches shining into the van all hours. Nice spot tho during the week and walking up over the dune was cool :) 60pp per night

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We stayed here for one night. Nice location, beautiful beach. It gets kind of crowded on weekends, but since there are many smaller beaches in walking distance from here, it doesn't feel that crowded. Pretty clean. Still 60MP/pp. The sea here is way calmer than in Cabo Pulmo town, perfect for snorkeling. No surfing here. Decent Telcel signal. Beware, the roads around Cabo Pulmo are dirt roads. As they said, every piece of land is fenced, with a few exceptions. Coming from the North, we passed by a spot where you could drive to the beach for free (Playa Miramar), right in the entrance of the NP. After that we only saw fences.

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Small private clean beach. Fires allowed. Rigs camp in the parking lot or you can pitch a tent on the beach. 40p each plus 20p per person to camp or sleep in your rig. Great snorkelling. Clear water. Fantastic beaches all around. Toilets very basic but cleaned occasionally. Restaurant not good. Hire snorkel gear here but not the canoes for some reason. Most of the time we got reasonable but slow 3G . There is no hook up. The parking lot is a dry wash and lots of people get a bit stuck but 4wd should be ok.

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Pretty much just a sandy parking lot right on the beach. If your in a 2wd pick your spot wisely and look before you leap as sand is soft and deep in places- easy to get stuck! Paid 60pesos a man. Outdoor hose shower and bucket toilets.

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Great and clean beach to camp and go snorkeling. The road leading in is sandy but manageable without a 4wd. It took us a couple of hours to get here from San Jose Del Cabo on a dirt road. Camped overnight in the parking lot for 60 pesos pp. Snorkeling gear is available for rent for 150 pesos pp. It costs 40 pesos pp to enter the beach (it's fenced off) and it's a national park. It has cold showers, ok bathrooms and a small restaurant that's open until 7pm.

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Quiet place super close to the beach. Very beautiful surroundings around the coast, sandstone hills and some greenery. It somehow reminded me NP Tayrona in Colombia a bit.
60pesos per person, cold (but okay) showers, bucket toilet (clean). I'd stay longer if I could :)

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This camping is a really nice place to stay. Just next to the beach which is nice but specially for the snorkeling which was just awesome. We saw many things here and 5 turtles. You can swim with them and they are really nice ! A bit further at the second point there are sea lions who lives here. You can swim all the way or go by foot. Highly recommended !

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As described, nice place inside the cabo pulmo park. Turtles and various fish right at the beach and rocks. New price is 60 pesos per person per night. Snorkel and kayak rental now only tied up to a ‘tour’. 30 dollars per person including all equipment. We had our equipment and did not needed.

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This is a sweet place as described by "song of the road". Beautiful beach, friendly host and such a deal for 50 pesos per person. The bathrooms are clean, the hose shower worked perfect.
We drove in from the south, 42 km on dirt road, beautiful coast line with many opportunities to stop. However even in November there was a section of the road heavily flooded and we barely made it through. We have a 2 wheel drive, Toyota Tundra pop up camper, just an fyi.

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All 50pppn or 40 for day use. lovely beach, clean enough facilities. hose shower still functioning. lots of snorkel kit for hire (sorry, can't tell you prices as we didn't need it). great snorkelling right off the beach.

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New price: 50 pP.
Nice area, but camping nothing special (just a sandy parking lot with many annoying flies and roosters)

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Its 40 pesos per person now and 20 for the parking of your camper overnight.

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Nice spot. Bit crowded but maybe because of the full moon. There is 3G Telcel signal.

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50 pesos per night, nice owner, facilities as described. Stayed two nights there, under the palapa on the left side of beach, owner gave me extra mattress, all people were gone after sunset.

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Really "ROBINSON CRUSOE" feeling......Snorkeling... hugh fish's....Resto El Caballero, 5 km in Cap Pulmo, good +cheep.

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nice little parking lot directly to the beach. very quiet at night. very basic. cold showers with a hose. nice for snorkeling. you can rent snorkeling equipment. the streets to cabo pulmo from the north is very well and the last 10miles are off road and a little bit difficult but we managed it with our 25feet normal RV. bring enough food and water and you will have a great time.

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After checking out the other options for wild camping in Cabo Pulmo and Los Frailes we landed here. 80 pesos for two ppl and parking. we camped in our truck with an awning. we arrived later in the day on a Saturday and the parking and beach were packed, but the owner told us by evening everyone would leave and we ended up scoring a parking spot to stretch our awning out and a view of the beach. if you have a tent, you can camp right on the beach. felt very safe, good vibe, good snorkeling.

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nice, easy camping for 30pesos pp plus 20 for a car. we stayed in our 20ft rv with no issues. a family stays there and is pretty safe, there are basic cold water showers and flushing toilets and palapas and good snorkelling

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Takes a little bit of time driving the dirt roads through ranches and desert, but well worth the effort. When I went it was 50 pesos per person per day, cold showers and plenty of beauty to explore. Spent only a few nights as we weren’t prepared food wise. So bring everything you’ll need to be comfortable, water, food, cooking items and plenty of gas. Only major bummer imo we’re the sand fleas, standing too long in one spot one will find their legs being invaded by the little buggars. I used tea tree oil to repel them quite effectively, so stock up!

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Opted not to camp here...just a parking lot near the beach. You are allowed to pitch a tent under a palapa, no vehicles on the beach though. Great snorkelling! Fresh(ish) water showers--they warm up later in the day. 30pesos pp for day use, 40 to camp.

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Great place with toilets and showers for only 80 Pesos for two persons/one night

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dry camping right at beach
warm showers included for 40 pesos ea
great snorkelling
wonderful sand on beach

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Came here for the day to go snorkeling. 30 pesos/person for day use and another 40/person if we wanted to stay the night. Palapas on beach. Many people came in the morning for day use, started to clear out in the afternoon. Toilets clean, didn't use showers. Not a proper restaurant, but they will cook for you if you want. Friendly man. Can swim or hike to many snorkeling spots, where tour boats drive to. A lot of fish, saw multiple turtles and a ray.

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Primitive camping by playa Los Arbolitos. Cold showers, restrooms. Nice palapa and nice snorkeling. 80 pesos per night.

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Fee of 30pesos per person. Park in the sand parking lot. Rental gear for snorkel or kayak. Sort of a restaurant. Palapas to pitch tents under- cannot drive on beach. Beautiful sights. Showers not warm. Toilets okay.

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Basically just a parking lot right on the beach. A family takes care of this area and they have clean toilets setup as well as a cold water shower that is nice. ~USD $5.00

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