Parque Chabunco Camping Area (East) | Established Campground

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Last Visited: 4 months ago
GPS: -52.98733, -70.81427
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Scenic spot looking out over the strait. You can camp back in the trees or down by the shore. The only amenities are a trash bin and the only downside is the proximity to highway 9. Check out the western part of the park for more sheltered options.

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Near to The beach, beside kids gane, Beatiful views

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Perfect spot to stay in Puerto Natales. Quiet at night, some locals during the day.

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Nice option to stay in Punta Arenas. Recommend!

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pitty of the rubbish. but good spots, also for a rooftoptent. there should be more big green bins at the parc. nice to walk to the sea view. from there you can see wales splashing their water at the horizon.

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Good place to sleep, view over the Magellan detroit, lots of spaces to park
A group of Argentinians came to party and listened to music until 5am but they were far away and did not bother us so much
I think it is squatted in the week end :)

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Ok place for a night. Can be quite windy. A lot of garbage. More than I have seen anywhere else.

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Okay place for a night. Firepits are useful. Right next to a street. The usual trash around.

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we moved from here into town an back again two nights. its a big park and lots of space. bigger and higher RV's can stay in the park at the other site from the road where they removed the high barrier.

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The more southern entrance looks to be better camping - more trees and shelter.

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Nice place to spend a night. Got a bit windy in the morning. There are lots of sheltered picnic tables and fire pits.
Outhouse style bathroom.

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Good place for a quiet night by the water. Don't bother with the toilets... You wouldn't believe how scary they are. Bit if rubbish around.

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Fewer sheltered camping sites and closer to road than western part of the park. Views of Magellan Strait.

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Look at the coments bevor. Gates werde build so far it is not possible for Cars higher than 3.20 m. To reach the area near the beach with cars higher than 3.20 m use a hole in the fence 200 m along the road and drive back on gras. If it is wet you beter have a 4weeldrive!

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Good free camping option just outside Punta Arenas. East side has beautiful views of the channel, west side has more shelters to cook in. Gets really busy on weekends with locals picnicking but most of them are just there for the day leaving the sites nice and quiet in the morning

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Nice site, picknicktables and shelters. Police patrolled once at night. Lots of garbage.

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Camped here one night, lots of sites available. There are no places to camp with big rigs in Punta Arenas, except the waterfront which is next to the Main Street and busy.

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Free camping area near ocean with areas around trees with wind blocks for tent campers. We parked next to water with nice views down the bay. A bit unkempt and trash is blown about, but nice enough for a free camping area. Gross pit toilets, fire pits, trash cans and tables with benches. Wind can pick up a ton at night, we had to move at 11 pm to a more sheltered spot. Traffic noise in some spots is loud.

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Still a nice and pretty quiet place left and right side of the Hwy, They call it now a Paque Chabunco, nice firepits.

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Free Camping areas with fire pits and some corrugated iron shelters. By sea. Some trees for wind shelter. We parked right on sea front but below the area with trees.

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Scenic spot looking out over the strait. You can camp back in the trees or down by the shore. The only amenities are a trash bin and the only downside is the proximity to highway 9. We spent several relaxing nights here.

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