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Admin Note: Camping in the National Park is only allowed on official campgrounds.
Good place to spend a night for people with RV or cyclists. There is free access to the laguna Verde and many areas where to put a tent. it's a good alternative if you don't need the amenities of the Conaf camping. The only downside is that there is no running water near and I wouldn't recommend drinking the water form thr laguna as it is stuck water.
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This place is permanently closed! Sign says no entry, no camping!Report Check-In
Access to this spot is now blocked with a wooden post and rocks.Report Check-In
Nice spot at the lake. Just beautiful and quiet at night. Access is a bit steep but possible with a 2WD Van. You are visible from the street.Report Check-In
Very nice place, good windprotection (we had heavy rain with windgusts and were well protected). We recommend 4x4 for the drive down (soft part at the beginning). The water in the lagoon was clear.Report Check-In
Heading south the turn to get off the road is on the left just after a very small bridge. We had passed the turn by the time our navigation indicated we had arrived. Small gravel/rock track that leads all the way down to the lake through trees. Nice and quiet.Report Check-In
Nice place, the lago is not stuck water so I think it is ok to drink it. Lots of patagonian flies during sunny days, but go away with the sun.Report Check-In
Access not so easy for bikes. few flat spots close to the laguna. we didn't stay.Report Check-In
Cyclist - We didn't stay, but stopped for lunch, and it seems a very good place to spend the night. There was a creek near by if you don't want to drink the lagoon water. access was not that good for campervans or even overlanders, maybe motorcycles. For bicycles was ok!Report Check-In
Good place to spend a night for people with RV or cyclists. There is free access to the laguna Verde and many areas where to put a tent. it's a good alternative if you don't need the amenities of the Conaf camping. The only downside is that there is no running water near and I wouldn't recommend drinking the water form the laguna as it is stuck water. Please follow the leave no trace practices and bring out your own garbage.Report Check-In