Rancho San Lorenzo | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
2023.3 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
jfdioverland.com

Amenities

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

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Description

150peso per night. Located in Parque Nacional Cascada de Basaseachi, with lots of hiking opportunities, including a hike to North Americas tallest single drop waterfall. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and eager to help in any way they could. The bathrooms are dated and only available at the Rancho camping, they have flush toilets and ice cold showers. We were here mid week and had the park to ourselves. Churches guide states that rigs up to 30ft would fit, we would disagree, anything over 24ft would be a challenge, as would anything without decent clearance, unless you stayed in the parking lot.

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They asked 500mx a night for dry camping. We left and stayed at the parking lot of the mirador which was free.

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Price for dry camping in our van is $200 mx. Manuel greeted us as we entered at sunset and walked us to our spot, brought wood and made sure we were settled. Very nice man. We’ll update after a couple days of exploring.

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Very nice place, run by a very nice family. The places are inside forest with fireplace and grill. They will serve wood and water if you ask for. Sanitary is clean - and the shower is hot if you know how to deal with the heater on backside. Very nice walks. Highly recommended!

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No services, but a good spot to park and do some hiking. Some reviews say that they couldn't find it, but I don't know how you could miss it. Great peaceful location. Fernando, Alonzo, and Rita are friendly, helpful people. A bit pricey at 300 pesos per night for dry camping. Washrooms available in the main building. They let us use hot showers in one of the cabanas.

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Where this is marked we walked in and looked around. Did not see camping opportunity here. Cabanas for 1500 pesos per night. Before you get here, lower in the canyon, is another place with the same sign, San Lorenzo. It looked like there was places to park but the gate was locked. Last weekend there were people in there who were picnicking. The entry into that place on the left as you come up the canyon looked bad. Steep, short and over hanging trees. 200 pesos for camping, 50 for picnic, the sign said. No bano in sight. We did not stay. There is lots of wild camping potential on the way. Little pull off here and there. Since it's a dead end road, should be quiet.

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The location is a little tricky if coming from Hermosillo side. Go PAST the town. Then signs are great!

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150peso per night. Located in Parque Nacional Cascada de Basaseachi, with lots of hiking opportunities, including a hike to North Americas tallest single drop waterfall. All the staff we encountered were very friendly and eager to help in any way they could. The bathrooms are dated and only available at the Rancho camping, they have flush toilets and ice cold showers. We were here mid week and had the park to ourselves. Churches guide states that rigs up to 30ft would fit, we would disagree, anything over 24ft would be a challenge, as would anything without decent clearance, unless you stayed in the parking lot.

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