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This location has everything and is about 10km south of San Blas (sand flies at dusk). By everything that includes: tent camping, RV spots (small rigs), cabanas, hotel, and other rooms. There are two pool areas and a small restaurant. It is on the ocean but the beach looked a bit rocky out front. It is a very beautiful spot and there are bathrooms with flush toilets and hot water showers.
Electricity: 110v at most camp sites
Internet: good wifi near office
We wanted to avoid actually staying in San Blas because of the cautionary tales we’d been hearing about the sand fleas so we settled for Miramar which was just down the road – PROS: Beautiful resort on above a rocky beach, pool, cement pads to park on (or you can park in a grassy field), electric and water hookups, restaurant on site, free wifi, reportedly have hot showers but we didn’t try them out – CONS: super buggy but not with sand flies
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This is a beautiful place to camp. It is a resort that offers camping and cabanas. The view is fantastic and there are two pool areas. The best is the giant tree overlooking the water that is the perfect place to relax during the day. The showers and toilets were good as well as the wifi. We also tried the restaurant on site and it was great value for moneyReport Check-In
Beautiful park and scenery, but the utilities are not conveniently located. Dump and water are on the right side and the sewer was full, I had to empty my tanks little by little. Lots of space for rigs not needing utilities. Not much downtown, no market to buy food except the Oxxo. Gate is always locked. Paid $400mx/night. If you stay 7 days, one night is free. WiFi wasn't working when I needed it but the day before it was.
For 2 or 3 days, it's a beautiful spot, right on the rocky beach. Rocky road to get there.
This place is an absolute paradise. Beautiful grounds, fantastic view, and two pools to choose from. Incredibly peaceful. We were looking for a soft place to land after taking the ferry from La Paz and this is exactly what we needed. We paid $400 per night (two people, one dog, one transit). Initially it was $500 but when reminded the lady we needed no services it came down to $400. People next to us paid $400 for full services. Go figure.Report Check-In
We went there with the aim of spending a night or two there, the place looked very beautiful. The lady at the entrance asked us 600 pesos per night for our class C 24 ft, impossible to negotiate (same price dry camping)... We finally slept at Platanitos. They should charge less and full there places and restaurant!Report Check-In
They asked 400 pesos even if I told them that I didn’t need electricity. Didn’t stay and went to Las Olas at Playa Los Cocos ( IOverlander)Report Check-In
We arrived yesterday. Staying 4 nights. Very nice, clean, secure, friendly people, several pools, restaurant, grass in camping spots. We would definitely come back here.Report Check-In
Very beautiful place, peaceful and amazing vegetation and view of San Blas bay. It also has several pools, and restrooms + showers (rudimentary though). We paid 200pesos/person for tent camping with a motorcycle. 100% worth it.Report Check-In
Spent 3 nights here! Beautiful campground.
Full hook ups at site. We were one of the only people camping at the time. Hot showers and nice clean bathrooms. Restaurant right there but we didn’t end up going to it. Looked good, cheaper then the beach restaurants.
Beautiful property with a large pool to cool off and a large shaded palapa to eat or do work. Wifi was average and would cut in and out a bit.
We paid 450 pesos a night but would have been 400 if we didn’t have a dog. Safe area, gates are locked at night. Far from anything except some beach restaurants. Lots of birds and squirrels and shade.
Would recommend.Report Check-In
Beautiful quiet, treed place with nice pool, good wifi, hot showers, good Telcel signal, and electric at sites. They charged us $200 per person and $50 for our dog (never had that before). The place is super secure with locked gates at all times.Report Check-In
Very nice campground. Toilets and showers are clean. Friendly staff. Lots of birds and squirrels around. Really relaxing.Report Check-In
Drove all the way in only to find out it is closed to RVs during pandemic
bonito lugar Luz 220 internet restaurantes casi pie de carretera drenaje agua albercas muy recomendableReport Check-In
Great spots. Sandflies a bit annoying at dusk but the surrounds are lovely. We are the only campers here. Cell signal not too bad. Wifi okay for streamingReport Check-In
Great well kept tropical garden with 8 hookup Sites and many more dry camping places on a grassy area shaded by big trees and palms. Nice view with great sunsets, Many brown pelicans and fregatbirds at the beach. Many amenties like free Wifi, swimming pools, full hockup, restaurant, shaded patios.Report Check-In
Excelente lugar, solo falto playa, buen lugar para acampar y RVReport Check-In
very nice tropical campground, on a rocky beach
beautiful Little swimming pools - kids réally enjoyed, and another bigger pool.
restaurant OK, many local restaurants more
inspiring 5 min walk on thé beach
price from 250 to 400 pesos depending on véhicule sizeReport Check-In
Decent place on the coast for a night or two. Not the least expensive though. Food and margaritas in the restaurant were good. Showers get hot after a bit of a wait. Gates locked all day/night so well secured if that's a need of yours.Report Check-In
Another big old RV Park past it’s glory days. It’s got big beautiful mature trees and gorgeous grounds, but the facilities are worn (but very clean) and WiFi only works by the office. They determine price by the type of vehicle (I added a photo of the price sheet). We paid 324 pesos for our van (included power and we could run our AC). Good choice if you don’t want to be in San Blas and while there were mosquitos, there were no sand flies. Bonus was the sea turtles we could see in the water!Report Check-In
Great spot but a bit expensive. Was charged 320p with no hook ups. Bugs are quite bad and when we were there the water in the main building (attached to the restaurant) stopped working. Had cold showers by the large pool. Water was fixed in the morning. We also ran out of propane when we were here and they let us use the stove at the restaurantReport Check-In
As other's have said, lovely spot on a bluff above the ocean, watch the oyster divers in the morning and the seaturtles in the afternoons. Run by a nice extended family. The little restaurant makes everything fresh and is very reasonably priced, there are also other larger restaurants a very short drive down the road.Report Check-In
Beautiful safe and secure spot as described. Grassy spot overlooks ocean, lots of palms, very lovely tropical setting.Report Check-In
This is a great place! We were the only ones camping for the first night then a few tent campers showed up. There is a nice pool with an amazing view of the ocean. Grounds are well kept and the wifi worked well. Bathrooms were fairly clean and there was actual hot showers with good water pressure! Also way less bugs then San Blas. Not sure why more people weren’t here. We recommend! We paid 325 per night and were able to plug-in.Report Check-In
Lovely grassy spot on a hill overlooking the ocean, as described by others. Well cared for. seemed to be a party nearby the night we stayed as there was music playing loudly til the wee hours although it did not bother us. Bathrooms clean, shower hot, wifi decent. Paid 300pesos for our truck camper, 2 of us, and 2 dogs. Would stay again.Report Check-In
Good campground, clean washrooms, hot showers, decent internet, paid 300 pesos in a pickup truck/camper, not bad considering the lack of good boondocking options in the area.Report Check-In
Most of the descriptions are still correct. The price is higher however. We paid 324 pesos for our VW van.
Wifi doing quite well. Didn’t try the restaurant.
Beautiful spot on the ocean, with restaurant, unheated pools, clean bathrooms. RV sites are basic and a bit rundown. 250 pesos a night.Report Check-In
Bridge being built. You can still access by going s to miramar go almost to town then turn n on a small road. Go thru 2 black gates ( looks private) down a rock road past lots of houses and casitas. Across a bridge and you’re there!Report Check-In
500 pesos pour deux nuits en Van, on peut se brancher en électricité et en eau, il y a une dump station, wifi, douche, plusieurs petites piscines. Jolie vue sur le Pacifique, accès direct à la plage, jardins ombragés, terrasse sympa, petit restaurant et bar. Personnel agréable.Report Check-In
Stayed here 4 nights tent camping with my dog. As mentioned, this place has many things going for it. But...the beach is not one of the highlights. If you've been to many beaches here in Mexico you'll agree that this beach is not one of the prettier ones. It has rocks and limited areas to walk and beach sand is brownish. So don't expect a pretty beach to go along with the property. December high season campsite 125 pesos/night/person. Adequate wi-fi, electricity, nonpotable water and minimal bugs (only nighttime) so you'll still need repellent. Weather here not as muggy as beaches farther south.Report Check-In
beautiful campground. lots of trees, swimming pool, hot showers, wifi at the restaurant, at the sea. clean. 125pesos for a nightReport Check-In
beautiful RV park , grassy camper spots with electricity and water. fast wifi was available at our site near office. we paid 250 pesos, but where so happy to find the place just when it got dark. most of the spots and parks between San Blas and here seemed to be abandoned. I assume due to damage from the September tropical storms.Report Check-In
Beautiful garden teeming with birds and butterflies. There are even two small rivers running through the premises. And every afternoon we saw sea turtles swimming just in front of the place. The beach is rocky and not perfect for swimming, so try the public beach just south of the property. Great value @ MEX $ 125 pppn. Stay a week and get one night free.Report Check-In
Stunning camp spot. Lots of coconut palms, mangoes and papaya trees around. We picked fresh mangos. The price depends on your vehicle size. They quoted us at 320 pesos and bargained for 270 for 2 people and our truck camper for 1 night. However, we paid 170 pesos at the reception desk with credit card (possibly an error by the worker). Wifi worked well. We ate good food at the restaurant overlooking the surf. It has good potential for a session with the right swell direction. A perfect day of relaxation and mango margaritas by the poolside!Report Check-In
Great spot! Beautiful view over the ocean. Sea sided pool. 200p per night. Food in restaurant is oke (if they don't mess up your order).Report Check-In
They charged us 300 pesos per night for two. We stayed for 2 nights. Nice spot. Lots of small little bugs come out to eat you as soon as the sun sets. Mosquito nets on our windows did do the trick to keep them out. Other then that the place is definitely worth of checking out if you are in the area. For inexpensive seafood walk to the village from the beach. 10 minutes max. The last restaurant is called "Leo's" and thats most popular with locals. Fresh oysters are 12 for 80 pesos!Report Check-In
Amazing!!! This place is so gorgeous and has it all. Beautiful view, right on the water, clean restrooms and wifi. $200 pesos/nightReport Check-In
What a beautiful place! We were here 8 years ago and things are still the same. 250 pesos for 2 ppl. Clean, no bugs, good restaurant.Report Check-In
Beautiful property, nice people, facilities are a bit run down but everything works. 200 pesos for 2 people with hookup for rig. Beer and food in resto great value. Bugs not bad at all.Report Check-In
Higher-end place to stay. Two pool areas and a restaurant. Plenty of room amongst the trees to camp and lots of fruit to pick. Beautiful sunsets over the water. The area is recognised as the mosquito capital of Mexico though so bring your repellant and coils! If not, it's an easy walk into town along the water to get some.Report Check-In
Beautiful place for 100 pesos per person. Just got a lot of bites...Report Check-In
Beautiful place. A holiday paradise. We paid 250 Pesos for two people.Report Check-In
Real nice location.Showers hot.The Garden is great.We were totally alone.Two Pools, clean and maintained.Like holidays during overlanding.
Bugs are there, but not as bad as expected.Short walk to the Village.The Breakfast is not as good as the place....but a lot of palapa restaurants around...
4 Stars for this location.
Beautiful place that was almost empty. No issues with bugs or mud at the time. Internet only ok. 200 mx p for dry camping in our van (2ppl). Worth it. Stayed only for one night, wish we could have stayed longer. Didn't go to the beach but used the pools.Report Check-In
Great spot at the ocean, friendly owner, fast wifi, hot shower, several swimming pools. 100mx p/person for camping, worth the moneyReport Check-In
Very nice. 225 pesos a night. Mosquitoes and bugs, but not horrendous. Good restaurant.Report Check-In
Great lil hotel and rv park. Safe in closed behind gate with security guard all night . Right off the beach with refreshing pools. Walk down the beach to lil restaurants where the fisherman come in with fresh catch. Hosts speak English very well. Showers,bathrooms and wifi. Also restraint on premises. 300 pesos for rv and 100 pesos to camp. Also rooms for rent. Relaxing and quiet.Report Check-In
We didn't stay here, but would recommend this place over El Chaco. Grounds are beautiful!!Report Check-In
This location has everything and is about 10km south of San Blas (no sand flies). By everything that includes: tent camping, RV spots (small rigs), cabanas, hotel, and other rooms. There are two pool areas and a small restaurant. It is on the ocean but the beach looked a bit rocky out front. It is a very beautiful spot and there are bathrooms with flush toilets and hot water showers.
Electricity: unknown though there are likely some outlets at restaurant
Internet: unknown though they advertise “blazing fast” internet
100 pesos/night/per person
We wanted to avoid actually staying in San Blas because of the cautionary tales we’d been hearing about the sand fleas so we settled for Miramar which was just down the road – PROS: Beautiful resort on above a rocky beach, pool, cement pads to park on (or you can park in a grassy field), electric and water hookups, restaurant on site, free wifi, reportedly have hot showers but we didn’t try them out – CONS: super buggy but not with sand flies – 225 pesos/nightReport Check-In
Sites in a beautifully landscaped tropical garden of the hotel. Several swimming pools and palapas to stay. Electricity / water / waste water at sites. The bathroom facilities were ok, but not the usual Mexican hotel standard. Unfortunately, the campsites were used as parking spaces and it was a little over the top with the grass watering, so everywhere quite muddy.
(Usually 225 pesos / day - more RV 250 pesos / day - discount for one week: pay 6, 1 day for free)Report Check-In