Camping Maranatha is a wonderful place to stay. They have nice facilities which are very clean. A big clean pool, beautiful garden and the staff keeps the place perfectly clean all day long. Laundy and place to hang the clothes. Playground for the kids. Volleyball and basketballcourt. They offer dry camping or full hookups. Very friendly owner (speaks perfect english and spanish) she helps you with everything you ask her.
Nice cafe with garden in front of the camping (owned by her daughter). She offers great baked goods as well as sandwiches and warm things for lunch or dinner.
Very good wifi and quiet at night.
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Beautiful RV resort with pool, laundry, playgrounds, and a covered patio with picnic benches. Well-manicured gardens and clean, well-maintained bathrooms & showers. There’s even a café on-site!Report Check-In
Awesome showers!!! Hot and strong! There is a pool and cafe on the cornerReport Check-In
Full service US style campground with everything you need and lots you don’t. Pickle ball table tennis children’s playground not much shade and superb toilets and showers. WiFi works and there are tables in the shade for busy scribes.
An excellent spot to get stuff done, swim in the pool and make travel plans.
Stayed here for the night since we had dinner in town with friends! Super clean showers and a nice pool! They also have a small cafe onsite, we only got coffee but their food looked pretty good. They also have a washer and dryer for $35MXN each. We paid $300MXN for 2 people and 1 night!Report Check-In
While not a very fun place for me as a dog (I really like beaches and freedom). My parents loved it here. Cheap, 300 pesos a day for dry camping. Pickleball courts and balls. Swimming pool. Hot showers. The wifi is a bit, uhhhh, as the humans would say “wonky”. But they said this is their favorite RV camp they’ve ever stayed at. So that has to mean something!Report Check-In
Very nice Campground. Friendly Staff!! Clean toilets and showers. Bus (centenário) drive 20 past full hour to town.Report Check-In
USA-style RV park. Hot showers, Washers and dryers, flush toilets, full hook-ups available(or dry camping for 300 Mx). Nice palapas with tables and hammocks, and a swimming pool. Only 10 minutes drive to major shopping area.Report Check-In
Massive, clean and secure. Laundry, bathroom and showers are fabulous. Coffee shop a dream!
Dog owners: Beware of skunks at night!!
Just got off ferry from Mazatlan and headed here for breakfast and two day stayReport Check-In
As described by earlier posts, this place is first class, best we have seen in Baja yet. No hookups price is $15/night. North of town but makes for nice Basecamp for La Paz.Report Check-In
Wifi is terrible, the restaurant and bar are closed but there is a cafe up front and a basketball court next to the huge fire pit behind the pool. Clean showers and bathrooms but lots of road noise since Rte 1 is literally right there. 500 pesos a night and 7th night is free, but for that price the wifi should work flawlessly and the restaurant etc should be open.Report Check-In
We love this place. Best showers we had in Baja. We came back twice during our trip to use their laundry facilities. They have several washers and two dryers. It’s super super clean. They are on top of it. Plenty of dry camping.Report Check-In
Very big, clean, and safe. The owner speaks English. If you pay for 6 nights, the 7th is free. Wifi worked all except one day for us.
The bus is $10 pesos and takes you to Walmart (15 minutes) or Centro (about 30 minutes). This is like 2 blocks from the Malecon.
The coffee shop/cafe on site has great pastries.
Paid $150 pesos to dump our tanks and fill up with water. Best price we have paid in all of Baja. Park looked nice but not near downtown or the water. We didn’t stay.Report Check-In
Great camping with all the amenities.
playground and trampoline for the kids.
Hot tub has no water and the pool is small.
Great showers and there is laundering.
full hook up and safe, but sites are not private, nothing separating the site.
520 pesos per night.
Great for families with the playground, lots of other kids here from all over the world. I don’t typically like RV parks, but this place has been great! It’s rather isolated, but have everything you need onsite.Report Check-In
It's fine, not exactly sure why it gets rave reviews. 520 pesos, open rv parking lot, barely any shade but there's a swimming pool, laundry, electricity, wifi and so it's relaxing. Good for a night.Report Check-In
Very comprehensive RV site, fry camping also available. Full hook up, 30 amp power, laundry on site, safe. Family owned and operated- very friendly and accommodating.Report Check-In
This is the most wonderful campground we have found so far on the Baja peninsula. If you are looking for a place with services and not just roughing it. Clean, has everything you would want, friendly.Report Check-In
As described, clean well kept park. They speak English and Spanish. $500 pesos for full hook ups. We took advantage of the level clean hounds and speedy WiFi. Higher fee than what we have been paying but still very worth it. We will stay here again in a few days. They do still offer al acarte options for those passing through.Report Check-In
Perfect place to stop in La Paz. Beautifully landscaped RV Park with all the amenities Super clean restrooms and the best hot water showers we have had in Baja. 300 pesos to dry camp.Report Check-In
It's all been said. Very well maintained. Hot showers with good water pressure. Washers and dryers for 35 pesos each. If you are not staying and just passing though: Ala carte 65 pesos for showers, $6 to dump, $10 for dump and water fillReport Check-In
Nice spot with clean bathrooms and a pool. The dry camping area is small with no privacy. Right off the highway so there is road noise. Strong WiFi.Report Check-In
Nice and large place. Very clean bathrooms, good wifi, restaurant at the place, easy to move from there to “el tecolote” and “balandra” 300 pesos for dry camping and 500 for the rich guys😬😬. Lemon tree behind the laundry for you to pickup and save a few pesos😁😁😁. Near to supermarkets and downtown..!!Report Check-In
Our 3rd or 4th time here. Always clean & friendly with good wifi. Sling a hammock in the shade & kicked back while the laundry did it’s self. P300 for ‘dry camping ‘. Highly recommended. P35 p/load for laundry.Report Check-In
Clean, super nice bathrooms, kind of expensive after all the stops I made coming down from EnsenadaReport Check-In
We are seemingly stuck here due to Corona travel restrictions. Place couldn't be better, there's a laundry and even a very nice pool! Restrooms are excellent, clean and cleaned daily, with TP, soap and paper towels. There's a bus to La Paz, but it's too crowded for these days so we take Uber. WiFi is good here, too (depends which site you've chosen).Report Check-In
Lovely campground, clean and quiet. Great wifi, laundry, pool. A little pricy $27.00US or $500.00Mex. 15 min to Walmart and SorianoReport Check-In
65 pesos to shower - but yes it is so worth it!! clean, hot, beautiful showers !!Report Check-In
The campsite is your regular type of RV, etc campground. A little pricey at 300P for one person and dry camping but a welcome stop after the crazy Ciudad Constitución-La Paz Highway drovers! The restaurant is great. Loved their omelette breakfast with hash brown papas.Report Check-In
Second time this year. No improvement on WiFi. They warn you it’s slow but it really useless. Credit cards not acceptedReport Check-In
Nice place to recharge before going on. Close to everything needed Second time this year !Report Check-In
Full hook up 30A campground with pool, laundry, hot showers, cafe, and a playground. Busy street with road noise on the north side.
Good cell service. Wifi was unreliable (medium for a while then off for a while).
Stayed several days to explore La Paz and see Carnaval.Report Check-In
This place has really pretty nice facilities, however for the entire three days we were here most of the were off limits as they were reserved by a group (which we never saw any evidence of). Pool was unavailable until late afternoon, which was a disappointment.
most of the property is surrounded by a high wall of attractive stone. the front along the highway has only a low chain link fence.
Groups and long term guest stay towards the back of the property amongst talk trees providing some shade and away from the highway.
Sort term and transient guests are relegated to a gravel lot directly alongside the highway. it has only a few trees, most of which are still too short to provide much shade.
Reliable power, full hookups, and strong water pressure are definitely positives. The barren gravel lot and noisy highway are negatives for transient guests.
While we were there the laundry had only two washers and a single drier (though there is a large clothesline areas for air drying. The washers were so much in demand that there was often a line and several hour wait. We got a load in at 6:45am and took the second wallet. washer.
So a high quality facility in good condition, run by friendly and helpful people, with a noisy location for transients.Report Check-In
Awesome campground. Well maintained, clean grounds, hot showers, laundry. Office staff speaks some english.Report Check-In
Awesome Camp ground. Well maintained, clean, hot showers, Laundery, office staff has some English.Report Check-In
Great playground. Pool is NOT heated. Hot tub was drained for repairs. Hot showers and flush toilets. Mostly quiet at night. Very professionally run. Would stay here again. FYI we paid $300mx for dry camping with our Sprinter.Report Check-In
Stayed here one night and paid 200mxp. We camped in the front area near the bathrooms and discovered that the road was quite noisy. Used earplugs and had a good night. The bathrooms are amazing.. clean and HOT showers. The entire campground was very clean. Good security here. The front office had closed circuit TV so they can keep an eye on the place. Highly recommend this RV park.Report Check-In
Stayed here January 2nd & 3rd 2020, . Very Nice Campground, very well maintained. New sanitary installations with hot water and very clean. There are washing machines at $2US ou 35 pesos to pay at the officina, but be patient, very long cycles!!!
A bit noisy in the section by the pool since highway is near
Paid 500 pesos for a site with all hookups. 300 pesos for dry. Very nice place, new clean bathrooms with hot showers, clean pool. A bit noisy since very close to the main road. Nice welcome by Tania who speaks very well englishReport Check-In
As described. Good place to get organized for the ferry to the mainland. As others have noted, spendy at $300 for dry camping. And for that you would think the banos would get more attention. But - overall a good place.Report Check-In
Great camp! We watched the last two series of Mr. Robot and the internet was bombastic, we also uploaded YouTube video and some photos. Just park as close as possible to the office and voila. Evening was hard on the WiFi but many people used it probably, movies were still going anyway. It was quiet and the people are very nice, they let us ship a document for the car on their address. Showers were hot, hot, hot.Report Check-In
What a lovely place to park your motorhome for the night.
Everything is perfect so the price is higher because it's perfect..!!!!
We stay 3 days to take a break after the road.
Good place for a family.
The restaurant make simple and good food for a correct price.
We 'll be back to wait the ferry.
Absolutely beautiful place, immaculately clean, plenty of sparkling clean bathrooms, very clean pool, playground for kids, coffee / sandwich shop, full hook ups, dry/tent camping or any variety in between.... We had a tent plus only power for $400 pesos per night. Lots of trees & shade in the older half, less shade in the newer half. (They recently added about 30 new RV/full hook up spots) The showers were brand new, hot hot, with awesome pressure. Laundry & drying lines for 35 pesos per load. There are also rooms and casitas for rent. We have paid more in some places & received a lot less.... Great place to relax and recharge 😊😎Report Check-In
Great place with amazing hot showers and a nice pool.A little expensive for dry camping 300 pesos but it is La Paz and the staff are super helpful. I liked that they had price lists . We will come backReport Check-In
Stayed here for 3 nights during last week each 300 Pesos/night. Very clean, nice bathroom with hot showers and pool. Was especially great as it poured for 2 days and street as well as other campgrounds were flooded. Nice Cafe and fast WiFi next to it - a real oasis.Report Check-In
Nice clean and secure place. A bit pricey for camping. Camped in a gravel parking lot but there are a few trees and shade. Okay wifi. Pool looks nice. Bathrooms and nice and clean. Host is very kind and speaks EnglishReport Check-In
Very well kept and run but nice and helpful people. One of the guys who works here will do a great job washing your truck for a reasonable fee. Nice cafe out front with healthy fresh options. I've been here for three days doing so e minor repairs before taking the ferry to the mainland and have been the only one in the camp this time of year but everything is still open and being run professionally.Report Check-In
2nd time there and stayed 5.nights to got fixed some car problems; dry campsite still for 300Pesos/night; the whole campground is very well maintained and the pool had the perfect temperature at this time of the year; the laundry is definitely the best we had in the last 4.month-35Pesos one load- there is no dryer but a loooong clothesline...perfect location for a big camper cleanupReport Check-In
Nice rv park but expensive. It was good for one night to catch up videos, water and dumping. Met a really nice family in a EV camper. It was nice to be close to La Paz without having to stay in the city.Report Check-In
Great campsite/RV park. Very clean, nice restrooms and showers, accommodating staff. We have camped in our Westfalia and also stayed in one of the apartmentos. Highly recommended.Report Check-In
Stayed 2nights on a dry site for 300Pesos/night; some of the restrooms/bathrooms are very new and very nice with lots of space and you will get a hot shower with great pressure...best at Baja we had!- all of them are well maintained; when we checked in we were told the WiFi doesn’t work but after trying it worked slow with little outbreaks..Report Check-In
A great park. A bit pricey for dry camping at $300/night, but with clean showers and toilets.Report Check-In
Exactly as described.
We dry camped and got our laundry done. Wifi was very poor and had to stand by the cafe to get any sort of decent reception. Place is very clean and well kept.
The people spoke great English.
Pool was closed because the previous day there was apparently a large group who used it.
Caravans appear to stay here for a night or two as one was pulling in that evening.
We don't like this place very much. It is expensive 300 (dry) and 500 (hook-ups). You have road noise. Internet was not working. The pool was closed (as it often is due to groups using it). It is, however, ok to spend a night here. Toilets and showers are good. Quite a few overlanders here.Report Check-In
Nice and big campground with good facilities. Except in the weekend that the church group is visiting (every month). Then you’re sharing the bathrooms incl showers with 300+ people so they’re always occupied, without toilet paper and dirty. For me it’s ok that I can’t use the pool and there’s some noise if there’s a big group but the bathroom thing was really annoying. WiFi is hit or miss, the WiFi in the cafe in front is working best.Report Check-In
lovely place. very well kept! friendly staff. a little close to the road, there is a hum of road noise. dry camped, paid 300pesos.Report Check-In
This was our second time staying there. There was a church group staying in the camp buildings. They were up playing and repeating the same loud music as soon as the sun came up. They were also up pretty late chanting and screening. The pool was closed the next day which I think was because the church group were using it. It’s weird. If there is a group try to go somewhere else. Not worth the aggravation.Report Check-In
Great location!!! Nice spots. English speaking staff. Clean restrooms and warm showers. Gated and safe. Many sites have trees with shade.Report Check-In
Of the two RV parks in La Paz, this one is more kid and family friendly. It has a playground and a (cold!) pool. It’s a bit noisy at night and pricey (500 pesos for full hookups) but it’s really well maintained and nice for a quick stop. *If you are traveling without kids I recommend the other choice, it’s quiet and small and closer to town. :-)Report Check-In
Awesome “camping” here. Dry RV spots for 300 pesos, full hookup spaces, and hotel rooms. Laundry is 35 pesos (no dryer). Pool, ping pong, valley ball. Slow WiFi but excellent ATT LTE coverage. Really nice bathrooms with hot showers.Report Check-In
For a place with only electricity you pay 400 pesos. Full hook up 500p.
Very well maintained and good looking campground. Some bugs. Noisy during the day because of the highway. Area is not very special and it’s quite a ride to downtown La Paz.
For tenters there is a nice little lawn available.
This is one of the best RV parks we visited in Baya California. Only stayed one night, but would come back again. Dry camping is $300 pesos, full hook ups are $500, we paid for dry camping. You need to pay for dumpstation and water if you don’t pay the full price. Pool is nice, but did not have a chance to use it. Wifi was excellent and cell reception great too. Overall great but pricey.
Showers are nice and hotReport Check-In
price for dry camping was 300$. they let me camp on the grass lawn next to the house. showers clean, WiFi range ok, but internet went down a couple of times.
showers clean, big and warm.
was told there was security, but I didn't see any when I came back at night and hopped over the wall.
location was noisy along the carretera.
location not too great. can't walk to town, neighborhood is nothing special.
felt like 300 was a bit too much, 200 would be better for dry camping
Great place as said before.
This campsite is more like we are used to in Canada and USA.
They take great care to keep it clean and maintaining it.
Everything as decribed. Paid 300 MXN for dry camping. This is actually the furthest from the road, so less noise. Swimming pool is reserved for the boy scouts on saturday afternoon.Report Check-In
great camp site/RV park. excellent toilets and showers, like a hotel bathroom. all the staff are friendly and helpful, good wifi, great pool and the site is kept amazingly clean. bus to el Centro La Paz outside gate, 10mps per person into city centre, about 30 mins via Walmart and the big stores shopping area. ask anything of the staff they have maps and very good local knowledge.Report Check-In
never got so many mosquito bites in mi life before. horrible!!! but they have very clean showers.Report Check-In
Huge RV park outside La Paz. Price is 300MP for dry camping. If you want electricity, water and dump price is 500MP, if you only want to fill your water tank or dump, it's also possible to pay a fee and do it. Cleanest toilets we've seen for a long time. Hot showers with good pressure, locks, toilet seats, TP and privacy. No soap though. Decent wifi.Report Check-In
Clean, friendly, professional. really the best rv park in La Paz. Good HOT showers, clean flush toilets, pool. Small coffee shop on the corner. $300 pesos/night for dry camping.Report Check-In
Nice campground a little outside of La Paz. Super clean toilets & nice hot showers. Washing machine available (no dryers - but clothes lines provided). Small swimming pool and even a little café/restaurant. Only negative point are the prices :-( 300 Pesos for dry camping and 500 Pesos full hookup (non negotiable)Report Check-In
Expensive place to stay but only decent RV park in La Paz (and they know it so no negotiation is possible).
Good wifi, it worked OK on the dry camping spot. Security at night, pool and very clean toilets and showers. Nice coffee in the cafe next to the park, though wifi not so great there.
Clean and lovely showers but quite loud. Road noise, a lot of dogs at night, camp ground chanting until late, and then before 7am music blasted by the same church group.Report Check-In
A bit expensive (300 mx for drycamping), but really clean and well maintained. Lovely bathrooms, with hot shower (if you pick the right one ;-)), clean pool, sitting area's and friendly owners. Laundry can be done for 35 mx per load. No dryer available, but enough space to hang it to dry outside. Not really private camp spaces, but as it's not busy at the moment we didn't mind. 5 minute drive from walmart and about 15 minutes to La Paz downtown. Stayed 3 nights.Report Check-In
$400 pesos, great rv park with everything you need. Great hot showers in both the locker rooms by the pool and private bathroom/shower at the back of the camp. Pool and grounds are spotless. Owner also runs the bakery/cafe at the front. Tania who runs the cafe is American and speaks perfect English and is very helpful. Great playground for kids.Report Check-In
Endroit très venté et poussiereux.Wifi aléatoire .Assez éloigné de tout.300 pesos la nuit avec tous les services.Piscine disponible.
Dry camping: 300 Pesos. If you stay 7 nights, 1 is free.
Very clean with swimming pool and playground.
Wifi [Password removed by moderator.] worked only 5 days of 10 we stayed. At the coffee it was always working.
You can make laundry but it will be not very clean.
Good place, very clean, nice friendly owners, however, showers were barely warm enough to stand under it in the women's bathroom, the men's however have hot showers. Wifi is spotty. $300 pesos per night for dry campingReport Check-In
This is easily the most clean and well manicured place we have stayed in Baja. We paid $16usd for dry camping .
Our computer broke a few days before we arrived here and Lucinda helped us ship a new computer to her address and she says people do it all of the time.
Everyone was very friendly and we highly recommend this place!
Good campground to visit La Paz. We paied 300 Pesos for dry campsite. Hot showers (plenty of water!), flush toilets, laundry and WiFi.Report Check-In
Very nice place to stay when you need fast WiFi and laundry. We stayed here 2 weeks while doing a language course in la Paz. All is very clean, pool is very nice and the owners helped us finding a good mechanic to do maintenance on our car. Also she took care of some trouble we had with UPS parcel services. In weekends they sometimes have church camps, and you cannot use the pool. We paid 250 per night for dry camping. When you stay 6 nights the 7th is free.Report Check-In
Wanted 640 pesos for a truck camper and can camper for dry camping. Was told not allowed to use the pool as a church group was visiting for 3 days. Asked for a discount because of no pool access, wasn't interested in lowering price as pool access isn't included in the price just a bonus if no groups are renting it.
Free camping out of town at one of the amazing beaches past the ferry.
Came here from the beach to ride out a hurricane. Very friendly owner and nice grounds/bathrooms/other facilities from what we saw while we watched the storm. Wifi was super fast...until the electricity went out from the storm. Paid 300 for a hookup site.Report Check-In
very clean and spacious place. playground for the kids, clean and big pool. clean bathrooms. double load washer for two dollars or 35pesos, no dryer but you can hang up you clothes. very nice owner, english speaking. very fast wifi good coffee in the front of the campground. easy access for big rigs, not so many shady spots.Report Check-In
good place to get some "work" done
very clean with wifi,pool, laundry
Great location, very clean bathrooms, well maintained RV sites with water and electricity hookup. Friendly and helpful owners. The cafe has great coffee and good breakfast/lunch options. Mountain biking is close by. Only downside, you are not directly at the beach.Report Check-In
For people who need to work while traveling and have a nice spot during the week with good cell service, this place is great. Very clean, quiet campground. Lots of places to find shade. Pool, playground, clean hot showers and bathrooms, laundry. Nice coffee shop and cafe in front of the campground. Paid 250 pesos for dry camping. Not a whole lot nearby that you can walk to though unfortunately.Report Check-In
Stayed here for a few nights, while recovering from a stomach bug. The facilities are extremely nice, if you feel like you need a room with AC they also have them.Report Check-In
nice campground with pool and hookups; $22usd. Wi-Fi is only in cafe. nice owners.Report Check-In
We stayed here because the other place was more expensive. However, for $22 a night you'd expect hot water and free wifi at the sites. There was wifi in the café out front but we could not get on in the Campground even with an extender. Owners very nice; nice pool; clean amenities and nice grassy spots as well as gravel ones. there is a bus on the half hour to get into town but we opted to drive.Report Check-In
Gated campground/rooms for rent with pool, laundry, play areas, security guard all night etc. Place was almost empty when we were there. Campground wifi not working at the time, had to use cafe's wifi. Showers by pool not hot, but the ones by the laundry were. Wanted the equivalent of $16us for dry camping. Told owner, I'm Canadian and read 200 pesos and so she honored that price.Report Check-In
Well maintained campground with clean restrooms and showers, there is also a pool and a washer. The WiFi worked only sometimes, but there is a good coffee shop right at the street with good WiFi. M$200Report Check-In
Nice gated campground RV park with pool, hot showers, coffee shop with internet. Outside La Paz. 250 pesos per night.Report Check-In
Nice pace. Misty for RVs but they accept tents. Showers, bathroom , pool. It was empty when we stayed 10/1/205. 250 pesos total for two people and two tents. Would stay again.Report Check-In
Very clean and well maintained established campground. Right off of Highway Mex 1 on the outskirts of La Paz coming in from the north. Family owned. Very friendly. Spacious spots. Area for kids to play. Honor system laundry. Has full hookups or dry camping. Costs: 200 pesos for dry camping and 300 pesos for full hookups. Respite of calm. Cafe in front offers good soups, sandwiches and baked goods.Report Check-In
Nice facilities, with showers. Place appears to be clear with nice people and staff. 16$ or 200 pesos if you are dry camping for two people. No electricity at dry camping sites.Report Check-In
After many very basic campgrounds on Baja California a super well maintained campground with clean, modern bathrooms, electricity / water / waste water at site, a swimming pool and laundry (no dryer, but clotheslines).
The bus to the city of La Paz runs right in front of the cafe from the campsite. It is marked with "El Centenario" and costs 8 pesos / person. Stay in the bus until the last stop. At the same place the bus runs back to the campsite.Report Check-In