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We planned on bush camping near the river but were surprised to find no less than a thousand Argentines crawling all over the muddy banks! We later found out it was a holiday. We’re finding friendly people on this side of the country. AR$8 per adult, $15 per vehicle.
Good sinks to wash laundry and separate to wash dishes.
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Large shady grassy municipal on edge of river and easy walk to centre Friendly caretaker toilets tired but work and reasonably clean. shower clean hot but simple pipe out of wall We were only ones there so very quite and minimal vehicle or people noise from surrounds Place looked closed when we pulled up as big chain and gate closed but Carlos came out soon after to open up Asked if closed 1/3 but Carlos indicated site open year roundReport Check-In
Nice space but bathrooms need updating. Water wasn’t warm enough for me or the kids and it wanna to cleaned in the three days we were there. We paid 520 for 2 adults, 2 kids, dog and small camperReport Check-In
Camping is open.
Bathrooms still need a lot of maintenance.
100pp +100 for the car.Report Check-In
It is open. Stayed there for 2 nights. 1040ar$ for a camper van and 2 adults. Not cheap but it's high season. Typical municipal camping in the center of the city, a little run down, but OK. Hot water, electricity at some sites, swimming pool next door. Fairly quiet. Friendly dueño.Report Check-In
Munucipal Camping is closed until 17.10.2018. Just 2-300 meters away are some good locations to stay overnight.Report Check-In
Closed for repairs as of yesterday (19.3.18) until 16.4.18Report Check-In
It’s open and still operating. Campground clean, hot showers but some of shower heads missing as seems usual in Argentina. Washrooms are in need of repair a 2/5 for washrooms but campground itself is good and secure. Had difficultly getting to entrance as road to campground closed under bridge but if you go to other side of bridge you can get to entrance. Fees 220 Ap for van and 50 pesos per person so 320 pesos for us. Water is potable.Report Check-In
It was open and very big but not too crowded. They have a swimmingpool and hot showers. Not that clean though. We paid 300 pesos for 1 night, 2 adults and a car with a rooftoptent.Report Check-In
Arrived on Sunday at 1600 and the place is closed.Report Check-In
large walled campground across the road from the casino and Howard Johnsons hotel on the outskirts of downtown Rio Cuarto. Power at my site, hot water and flush toilets. Manager very nice. Walk to downtown micro center and plaza in 15 minutes. Quite. A little run down but usable. Dec, 2015 $100 ARP camper plus 1 person 70/30.Report Check-In
We planned on bush camping near the river but were surprised to find no less than a thousand Argentines crawling all over the muddy banks! We later found out it was a holiday. We’re finding friendly people on this side of the country.
AR$8 per adult, $15 per vehicle.Report Check-In