Los Coihues | Established Campground

Chile

Details

Last Visited: 5 months ago
GPS: -43.18837, -71.87315
Altitude: 0.0 masl
Place Website:
Phone: +56 9 93268777

Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Yes
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

The campground is just before the bridge right on the main street, which is paved. It has plenty of space for all types of vehicles and the access is good. There is no height restriction. It has 14 delimited spaces equipped with water, light, table, lamp and barbecue. lots of shady places with trees and grass. 4 toilets and 4 showers for each gender. hot water from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.

Right on the river just before town. There are covered areas at the campsites, and plenty of tables and fire pits. There's a covered kitchen and area to wash clothes and dishes and each site has a light and outlet to change. The fishing is excellent.

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Showers only in the morning. Costs 9000 per person per night. Overpriced

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10.000 pesos chilenos por motorhome/ trailer/casa rodante/RV/ camper + 9.000 por persona/dia. Agua caliente/hot water: 8:00 am to 12 am.

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Camping a la entrada de Futa, a 500 mts de la plaza y a orillas Del Río espolón. Algo polvoriento, tiene muchos sitios ( algunos muy vecinos entre sí) con electricidad parrilla y mesa en cada sitio, baños limpios con duchas y agua caliente de 8 a 12 am. Existe un refrigerador del sitio para dejar alimentos. Es la única opción cercana a Futa si vas en motorhome. $ 8.000 p/p y $ 10.000 por la camper x noche

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Stayed for the New Year's Eve. The price was raised to 7000 CLP pp. The hot water should be available 2 times a day (8-11 and 19-22) but during our stay was only in the morning (beginning of season?). Other than that - the place was okay but kind of expensive for the services provided.

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Big camp ground next to the river, near the road with easy and wide access, but not very well maintained. There are showers, but seemed dirty and cold inside (not sure about the water, we chose not to stay) and an area with sinks outside (also dirty).
There is a lot of space to fit big rigs.
The area is a bit messy overall and the owner was not too welcoming, told us CLP10,000 pesos for 2 hours to fill up water and connect to a plug.

Price to stay: CLP 7,000 per person + CLP 2,000 per vehicle. Seems pricey for the service provided.

If you need a lot of space and are ready to pay, could be ok.

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Price is now 7000 for camping, which is high considering its very basic with no wifi or kitchen. The location is good with camping spots next to the river. The dirt road is a non issue as you can easily find a spot away from it.

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Really good camping, just 5000 pp per night and you get hot decent showers, a plug and a light next to your tent, every camping spot has a firepit and a barbeque and also their own little tap for potable water. Really good price/quality. Oh and horses walk across the campsite:)

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Since it's still early in the season, we're the only ones here. Hot showers in the evenings, places to charge electronics, and a good bonfire pit. Very comfy despite not being full service yet. They're currently working on expanding the place too.

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Der Platz liegt neben einer Staubstrasse die den gesamten Platz einnebelt. Sehr unangenehm. Duschen sind rustikal und wenig warm, lieber free camp 6000 pP wir gingen wieder

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Nice owner, dusty place by the river under big trees. Also grassy areas away from river. Bathrooms ok for a short stay, but not too clean and somehow strangely constructed. You bang your head each time you want to sit down ;). Hot water from 6pm till 22pm. Some pitches have wooden benches and tables, some even a fire place. Indoor area which seemed a little dark and cold, so not very welcoming. No wifi. Few minutes walk to town. It was ok for us. Safe travels!

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Good place for camping close to town. Manager lives on site. Was 5000 CHP per person no charge for the vehicle. Camp host Cynthia speaks good English. Free wifi in town (easy walk). Easy money exchange at bank.

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Nice Camping! They are renovating it! Opens officially on December 1st. Nevertheless let us stay. Sourrounded by a very beautifull river.

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super quiet campground. vast areas under the trees, even giving the possibility to put your tent in the leaves or grass if you don't want to camp in the dust/dirt.
lots of firepits, chairs and tables. next to the river if you want a bath or fish...
showers on schedule, good waterpressure and if the fire is burning good temperature too. the owner only drops in a few hours a day. gauchos on horses on the passing, too.
a very relaxing place. 3000chp.

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Right on the river just before town. There are no covered areas at the campsites but plenty of tables. The fishing is excellent.

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