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Amenities: 4.5, no hot water / cost: 3 / quality: 4. Nice riverside campground with plenty of shade. There’s a dock for fishing and/or sundowners. It is run by two friendly retired folks who get a lot of international overlanders. Only downside is the water which has salt and sediment and no hot water. The (wifi) internet connection is temperamental but the bandwidth is good. The grounds are far removed from everything but you can taxi to downtown Tigre (AR$30) and take the 50 minute commuter train to Buenos Aires for AR$1.35. AR$60 per night, $AR20 to park.
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netter ruhiger Platz günstig gelegen vor Buenos Aires, ohne Strom und Warmwasser für 2 Pers. und Wohnmobil 400 Pesos.Report Check-In
Gate was closed, but owner Beatriz appeared after yelling "Hola" a few times. Still possible to camp here for 600 pesos p/n (big rig + 2 persons). Camping has had its best time, but it's a nice and safe place with a nice view on the river.Report Check-In
21-03-2019: arrived at 21h without previous notice (our mistake, car trouble). truly the street is very unwelcoming... upon arrival gate was closed. an old lady saw us, came out and yelled “its closed”. don’t know if permanently but doesn’t look like a running business. my advice, if you really decide to go, call beforehand. surrounding area not very nice. some very humble neighborhoods next to fancy yatch clubs and private condominiums.Report Check-In
Le camping est atypique. Les sanitaires ne sont pas ultra propre, mais en Tong, ça passe. Et Béatrice est très gentille. Vu sur le Rio. Possibilité de faire des assado. Et il y a des jeux pour les enfants.Report Check-In
Very run down. A lot of dogs (very noisy at night). No lights in toilets and no shower (and very dirty). Much trash. But the location on the river by an old rusty ship is interesting.Report Check-In
The access street is very uninviting, but the campsite looks nice and the owner is very friendly. Unfortunately we couldn't stay because everything was flooded shortly before and the area as too muddy plus the owner feared it might happen again.Report Check-In
200pesos per night for 2 people and our 4runner. I feel like this place gets a negative rap here on ioverlander, but it's actually quite unique and sweet. The access road isn't encouraging, but when you get to the campground it is nice. Right on the water, you can sit on the jetty and watch the boats go by all day. It's got a bit of a south-east Asian vibe to it - sure it's slightly decaying, but it's very laid back, with lots of trees and the sounds of river life. The elderly owners have a few friendly dogs. We got hot salty showers (had to wait for them to heat). Toilets are basic and don't always flush. Electricity available. There are two options to get to town from here. 1)early morning commuter ferry to the city. I think it was about 7am and will drop you at the buquebus Terminal. Not sure of the cost or logistics as we didn't do it. Option 2) 9.30am ferry to Tigre, and transfer to train. This ferry was 35 pesos per person and takes about 10 mins. Then the train is 120 pesos return per person. The last ferry back to the campsite from Tigre leaves at 6.30pm, so when we got back at 9pm we took a taxi instead (130pesos). Taxis in Tigre are white and don't stand out - there is a cab rank by the train station. If you don't care for the boat experience you could easier drive and park in the city instead of doing all this - parking can be as cheap as 100pesos per day, so if you have more then one person it can be cheaper overall then taking public transport. Anyway, we liked it here. Give it a go when you next visit BA.Report Check-In
Like the Madrid beached just to the right of the campsite and slowly rusting away I free this camp site is going the same way. What a great pity because it is such a nice spot right in the Tigre delta. It is still barely capable. Everything old, run down, and falling apart. The kiosk is going the way as the Madrid... had nothing but a few cold beers and enormous 2.25l Coke bottles. Few truck load of broken concrete was lying unattended. Seams like the owners are try to prevent the site washing into the delta. Why can't owners just dispose of there crap in stead of piling it up on their property. No WiFi.Report Check-In
We found the place closed on Sunday evening. I do not know if that is permanent or not.Report Check-In
Very friendly old couple running a beautiful camping directly at the river. Park your car and take a boat from their private pier directly to buenos Aires.
Paid 180 for 2, no hot water though.
This place is ok..... The facilities are very basic .... The shower is working - cold water only but that's fine when it's 30 degrees and really hot... 150 pesos... We are justifying this by thinking of it as cheap parking as we will get a boat into Tigre from the end of the garden....Report Check-In
Nice and quiet place but way too expensive for what you get. 140pesos while there was no running water so no possibility to wash or even flush the toilet, no internet as well. You can bushcamp for free and have the same luxury.Report Check-In
Nice and quiet place, wifi is not working anymore. Currently there is a problem with running water so no showers available.Report Check-In
Amenities: 4.5, no hot water / cost: 3 / quality: 4. Nice riverside campground with plenty of shade. There’s a dock for fishing and/or sundowners. It is run by two friendly retired folks who get a lot of international overlanders. Only downside is the water which has salt and sediment and no hot water. The (wifi) internet connection is temperamental but the bandwidth is good. The grounds are far removed from everything but you can taxi to downtown Tigre (AR$30) and take the 50 minute commuter train to Buenos Aires for AR$1.35.
AR$60 per night, $AR20 to park.Report Check-In