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We spent one night here, it was perfect, the passerbys were as described before, they didn't see to really care about us. we slept in our car but there are perfect spots for a tent, with wind protection.Report Check-In
Super nice, silent at night. Our dog enjoyed running around the football field.Report Check-In
Very good place and super quiet!
Few mosquitos during the night but nothing serious.
Camped here in a Sunday night with the storms rolling in, no one else here but a family playing in the field. V friendly locals all wave and say hello as they pass.Report Check-In
We stayed here for one night and got to enjoy watching children play some soccer. Once it was dark we had the place to ourselves with very little traffic and felt safe.Report Check-In
As described. In the evening some kids playing football, in the morning some joggers. Quiet night.Report Check-In
quiet busy the weekend as it's the communal football pitch but good vibes. Once Sun goes down, quiet nobody pass thereReport Check-In
As described. We took the corner spot in front of the soccer field. Some garbage around but nothing too bad. We had a quiet night. The next morning people were getting ready to have a match which was fun to watch.Report Check-In
still fine here. Stayed for one night next to the laguna. Agree with other comments.Report Check-In
we spent one.night a made some.fire next to.the football camp... we slept really well...Report Check-In
Ample space with tables and firepits next to a soccer field. Few locals passed by throughout the evening, but it was all very quiet and came with a gorgeous sunset view of the canyon. The 2km road from town is gravel, but flat and easy to manage with a 2WD in dry seasonReport Check-In