|Last Visited:||11 days ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Fast|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Yes|
Great little RV park. Clean. Internet. Pool. Beach. The couple that manages the place really, Noe and his wife, are really kind and gracious people. Great ambiance. Ask the owner about "Las Labradas", a cool archeological site on a nearby beach. great point break for surfing, a nice long left.
A great place for us, we were the only ones there with a view on the Pacific from our vehicle. Extremely quiet, the perfect sound of the waves, beautiful sunset, very nice owner Noa. His 9 year old daughter is very nice, she speaks very well English, our kids enjoyed playing with her in the pool. Toilets very clean with tp and hot shower. We paid 400$/night RV and 5 people. I also did our laundry (1 washing and 1 drying) for 80$ total. Great place !Report Check-In
warm welcome in this great place after our nearly 3 months travel through Mexico. Noe improved the bathroom/shower and lots of other small things. Always stay longer here than planned.Report Check-In
Nice clean little park. Noe the owner is very friendly and helpful. Would like to recognize veterans and first responders. Although unsure how at this point. But let him know when you arrive. Maybe a discount in the future. Good power, water and sewer.Report Check-In
Super !!! Noé est très très sympa et professionnel. L’endroit respire l’ambiance familiale et calme. Possibilité de laver son linge avec sèche linge en plus :) on peut manger pizza ou poisson ou autre dans les restaurants à côté à pied par la plage. C’est un endroit hors du temps où vous ne manquez de rien. Merci pour ce bel endroit :)Report Check-In
We stayed here for two nights on our first RV trip to Mexico. It was wonderful. There was only one other semi permanent RV there. The beach is beautiful and it is remote and beautiful. The bathrooms were very clean and the shower was warm and great. This is a bit rustic but we loved it.Report Check-In
Fabulous location and Noe is a gem. He provided a canopy for me and set it up. He has gone above and beyond to make sure I’m comfortable. Now my camping experience is doable and comfortable. This is my first major outing, solo, and with a small teardrop. I’m really inexperienced. It’s quiet here, only one other camper. It gets 💯+ in my books and I will be staying for at at least a monthReport Check-In
Noa greeted us and spoke great English. 2 main camping areas. 1 up top by the gate, which is locked all day and night, for very long RVs or people like us who wanted a bit more privacy (you can still hear Mex 15 and the train), and a lower lot where the nice views are as well as the bathrooms and wifi. beach is pretty clean. 7 campers here with room for at least 15. pool area is pristine. so many coconuts to eat, if you like that kind of thing, Noa has a special tool too get down as many fresh ones as you like. I tapped out after 5! while we were there the turtle sanctuary nearby let some baby turtles go on the beach! I can't imagine this happens a lot, but it was magical to be there when it did! one night he invited us to a yearly family get together with tamales, beers, and a really hardy pinata that was so tough that just about everyone got to take a swing before some of the teenagers pounced and tore it open. it was a hoot and a half! really nice to meet everyone camping. truly made us feel like home. maybe more fun then home. we didn't want to leave. first actually hot shower in a while. 300 a night. no mosquitos from the fogging was worth every penny!Report Check-In
Campground is really nice. We stayed there for a week. Laundry, refill of agua, pool, nice waves; everything is there to have great time. Noe speak english very well and he is very welcome!Report Check-In
After a long drive from Alamos we arrived late afternoon. Beautiful sites with the seaview were taken by RV's which stay for months. Right about that for it is a lovely, safe and quiet place. We stayed at the back, unfortunately no Wi-Fi there and train noise and a very noisy, long ongoing wedding nextdoor. But Noa & family are great hosts. Laundry facilities, full hookup 300 peso for our Campertruck. We had hot showers.Report Check-In
Nice,quiet, safe little RV park.
New contact info 11 Nov, 2021:
email: [email protected]
We think this so far is one of the better RV parks we have been at. For camping it cost 300Ps/night, for which you get a pool, and a big Ramada with chairs/tables overlooking the beach, and an elevated platform too. There is one shower, which is currently faulty wrt providing hot water, only happens 10% of the time. Noa has promised to fix. Hopefully when the next review occurs he will have delivered! There are no stray dogs here, and no mosquito's because the area is regularly 'fogged'. So you can sit out at night and really enjoy having discussions with your fellow campers.Report Check-In
perfect again. Nice to go to a safe, family run RV Park. Also the rooms are sweet. Noe is gearing up for the year. We hope you stay here. Please know it has been a tough couple of years for these folks. Please give more than Noe asks to help keep this place going. Know they need the pesos to keep improving the place. We are grateful to have this wonderful place. But it takes bucks. So leave a little extra if you can.Report Check-In
Amazing! Grass, palm trees, lots of shade, super secure, surf camp next door, 78 degree water, fishing (guy caught 2 red snappers in front of me with a lake pole), palapas, WARM showers, no food. Here’s the catch. It’s marked “closed” and it’s small. Definitely stay here. 300p / nightReport Check-In
We reserved a space ahead of time with Noa, he was helpful and responsive and welcomed us when we arrived. The park has been closed due to covid, but just starting to reopen with precautions. He took our temps and sanitized our truck and camper upon entry. We were the only ones in the park. Had ice cream and a garrafon of water for us to purchase and filled our water filter with it. The beach was beautiful and empty. Trains ran through at night. Will for sure return here and highly recommend.Report Check-In
THIS IS THE PLACE. A absolutly amazing spot. Noe and his family is very nice an helpfull. You arrive as a customer and you leave as a friend. There was only 5 rigs there, also more then enough space for all.Report Check-In
As described. Unfortunately very busy. Maybe call first if you can. 2 TVs were turned away today.Report Check-In
Nice clean Place, very friendly and helpfull Owner and Staff.
Access-Road: Take the exit at Km 79 through the village Celestino Gazca Villasenor. It is paved till to the railroadcrossing than only 1 Km to the Place. The one at Km 75 is really bad.
Lovely RV park. Safe. Great owners as mentioned before. The beach is wonderful and peaceful and Quiet. Our third visit. Will return.Report Check-In
This is a very secure, safe place, gated and locked. Beautiful trees, shrubs & flowers. Nice pool area, wifi, lounge area off beach, gate/fence to public beach, full hook up is 300 pesos per night, flush toilets, cold showers, also has hotel rooms for rent at 800 pesos per night. Very friendly owners, speaks perfect English, pet friendly.Report Check-In
A great little spot with full hookups.Noel the owner is super friendly and helpful. The sunsets are spectacular and for $300 pesos you get full hookup showers and wifi. Great first stop of the ferry from la PazReport Check-In
I stayed here in a tent. Noe suggested I set my tent up in a porch area, protected from sun and rain, with a table and chairs (see photo). I had originally planned to stay only one night, but the place and people were so nice I stayed for 2 weeks. Great place.Report Check-In
This is a small park with a hotel on the grounds. Noe and his family are very accommodating. It is better for smaller rigs.The largest size they can accommodate is 35ft. We paid 300P /nt. 30 amp service , water and sewer.
Short walk to the town of Celeste. Stayed here for 3 nights. Wifi is weak, only available near the office
A really delightful place. We were going to stay a couple nights and ended up staying for a couple of weeks. And then stopped in again for a couple of weeks on our way back north. The amenities are as everyone has described. The owner, Noe is wonderful. He takes pride not only in having a really nice place, but creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Should you need help with anything, such as where to get supplies or repairs, he can help with that. We needed a couple of repairs on our rig, and he recommended great repair guys who did excellent work for an amazingly low price.
Speaking as dog owners, the place is very dog friendly, but if you bring your dogs, PLEASE be courteous to others and clean up after pets and control their barking. No one wants to listen to your barking dogs.
Truly as lovely as everyone says. A beautiful and quiet place with extremely friendly and helpful owner and staff. We stayed 4 nights. Facilities are clean and well kept. This time of year only one other camper was here for a couple of days. The owners dogs are very well behaved and good with other dogs. Big waves at the beach and fun to watch the surfers. The little village down the street has small tiendas with the basics and several restaurants. La Cruz is an easy 20 minutes away for more groceries and necessities.Report Check-In
Une super place pour passer du bon temps. Nous devions y rester une nuit mais nous avons prolongé notre séjour. Le proprio et le personnel est vraiment accueillants et très sympathiques. Piscine et mer pour surfer et se baigner. Le coin est très tranquille et on se sent en sécurité. Le proprio parle espagnol et anglais. Ne pas s’en faire si le chemin (1,5km) est en terre et un peu raboteux, cela vaut la peine d’y venir. Wifi qui va bien et douche à la mexicaine mais bien.Report Check-In
We loved the owner here, he is very sweet and helpful. He takes his time to explain the area and gives you tips on future travels. We paid $300 pesos per night with a full hookup. Right in front of the ocean with a great left turn point break
and a really safe area. Don Juliano and Doña Bety help take really care of this place.
Clean, comfortable, peaceful. Noel runs place. He speaks English and was super hospitable. We paid 300 pesos a night for full hookup. Beautiful beach. Space for 8-10 class c’s. Large van no problem. Quiet town. I will definitely stop here again.Report Check-In
Friendly host, spent the night here after coming la Paz to Topolobampo. Shower cold which I like but was pretty dirty, bathrooms were okay, wifi didn’t work. No ocean views from the camping area although the beach is beautiful. Paid 300 peso for the night, price didn’t change when we said no hook ups. Enclosed with a gate so we felt safe. We were the only ones there and I think maybe things would have been cleaner and more well kept had we not come during the off-season.Report Check-In
As described above many times this place is a game maker. If you pass by don’t miss it.Report Check-In
We were asked $400. Otherwise as described. Noé was a super friendly host.Report Check-In
As described in previous posts. Excellent location. Excellent host. Excellent beach. Excellent vibe. At 200 Pesos to set up a tent, I found it very expensive. There really isn’t any nice grassy areas for tenting either. Parking/gravelly areas or on a tiled area under a motel room sandwiched between the new toilets and old one/ current shower. So just be aware it is a motel and RV park first and camping as an after thought. I still highly recommend it.Report Check-In
Great beachfront park with all amenities. Unfortunately the best ocean view spots are taken and there is only 1 shower (that is lukewarm at best).Report Check-In
300 P a night.
Electric, sewer and water at site.
This is a great RV park. We arrived on a Friday evening and got the last available spot in the upper section that accommodates bigger rigs. It was full for the three nights we stayed. There are 6 spots down below that are next to the beach. Many are longer term guests. We are in a truck camper so have a little walk down to the beach and bathrooms (there are now 5) and shower (there is only 1).
The rolling waves are fun for our 5 year olds to boogie board and there's usually a big enough wave out front to surf on high tide. Mellow beach with oyster fisherman out most days. We got a huge bag for 100 pesos directly from them. When in the small town my husband got a bag from a man in town and they were much smaller.
Nice, safe and friendly. Friday night group dinners are very welcoming. Cost was 300 pesos no matter whether you have a big rig or a tent with no services.Report Check-In
Noé asks me to mention that you should leave the highway at km 78 and not 75. I tried it and found it much easier.
I was the only “non trailer“ but was given a suitable place and was given good advice. Don‘t miss Las Labradas, petroglyphs on the sea shore. Noé can give you more information.
Noé is a wonderful host and a hard working guy. The place is peaceful and beautiful and a diverse experience! If you are looking to camp on the water, he has spaces available right on the ocean! If you need a room, his rooms are clean, the water is hot and it’s the perfect stay if you don’t mind simple without a lot of bells and whistles.Report Check-In
This is great place and Noah the owner is the best. All of the services were fine and the the beach is great. Three currently is only one toilet for RVers but as we were there they were installing 4 more for the upcoming holidays. I can't so enough about this service. The site have a wonderful crowd of regulars. ++++Report Check-In
Really great spot with a lot of room for full sized RVs. has power (30) and water and dump too (can be off for a day if full) but also super close to the beach. Noe is super welcoming with great english too.Report Check-In
Also they have laundry and purified water.. beautiful quiet spot .. super friendly owner.. a few seasonal campers and some overlanders.. wall through the gate onto the beach.. just perfect!!Report Check-In
A little paradise. Wie wanted to stay one night and stayed for a week. This was our longest stay at one place singe May 2018. Very friendly people.Report Check-In
Beautiful spot and during this time just a few people were here. Very friendly. Nice beach walking to restaurants in the village.Report Check-In
Stopped here to stay one or two nights, but stayed through Xmas and New Years because of the pristine beach in both directions and the warm and generous hospitality of Noé, the owner, and the local Mexican people. The park is beautifully maintained; it’s obvious to me that Noé takes pride in Villa Celeste and wants visitors to be happy. He invited guests to a catered New Year’s Eve party and breakfast the next morning. Please don’t be influenced by previous reviewer who expressed unfounded “wonder” about the safety of the area because the Villa has walls and “cameras everywhere,” which is not true. There is one camera at the front desk. The reality of Mexico is that almost everywhere you go there are “walls,” and it’s not always because of security. Also, the spots were not all taken by seasonal renters; there are only two seasonal renters and six possible spots above the beach for smaller rv’s, and many more above. We camped in one of the smaller beach sites in a truck camper and had enough room to unload camper. Amenities include excellent water pressure, 20-30 amp breakers, internet that at times is spotty, and ostiónes you can buy fresh right on the beach from the oyster divers. Celestino Gasca is an easy 1 mile walk north on the beach where you’ll find abarrotes for food staples any many tiendas to buy mariscos. Noé’s wife is a doctor, so if there are medical problems, she is there. If you need a ride to La Cruz, he can arrange it. Rent for a week: 1800 pesos. A deal for what you get. He needs your business, and you won’t be disappointed.Report Check-In
nice spot. stayed one night. fully walled in with cameras everywhere which makes me wonder about how safe the area is. looks closed at first but if you honk they'll come open the gate. I didn't stay longer because the place they put travelers is near the front of the property - 2 min walk to the beach (or so). all the spots near the beach are taken by seasonal renters.Report Check-In
Absolutely loved this place. we were camped in the rear part of the property, but it was so close to the beach it didn’t matter. We became friends with all the long term renters as well as Noah, the owner. It had the most pleasant atmosphere. Noah took some of us on a tour to the tequila distillery LosOsuna which was very fun, then on to the beautiful town of El Quelite for a fabulous lunch in an historic restaurant. Pot luck dinner on Friday night happened to be my birthday and turned into a celebration. Stayed for a week and could have stayed longer. Everything you need is a short drive away in La Cruz. Can see why folks stay for the entire winter here. Thank you Noah.Report Check-In
Perfect spot! We came for one night and ended up staying for an entire week. Noé is an incredible host. He made sure we had everything we needed and even went the extra mile to keep us all entertained. He hosts a pot luck on Friday evenings and if you’re lucky, he sometimes plans day trips with the guests to visit the area. He brought us to a tequila house and an amazing restaurant in a small colourful town. It is right on the beach, and walking distance to Celeste Gasca, that has a few seafood restaurants and a few corner stores. Great stop before heading into Mazatlan!Report Check-In
Nice as described, if you can get a spot on the beach. It’s a pleasant, short walk on the beach back to town where you can find seafood restaurants (La Fortaleza is on the beach and serves fantastic oysters on the half shell). You’ll find a tortilla shop and a lady who sells bread across the railroad tracks from La Forteleza and up a couple of blocks. It’s a small village and people will help you find it.Report Check-In
We stayed here for two weeks. A wonderful place to stop for the night or stay for the season. The owner is very knowledgeable about the area and even took a group of us on a day trip to a historic tequila house and beautiful small town and restaurant. You will also find rooms and bungalows for rent on this beautiful beach front property. You will not regret your stop here.Report Check-In
RV park/motel/campers option off the toll road with beach view! Noah charged us 200 pesos to camp on a tile veranda near flush toilets and a shower (only reason he opted here instead of grass is because our tent required stakes). Several snow birds in RVs here! Nice community feel. Did not see inside motel rooms. You could drive back up dirt road to town that you pass on the way for dinner or breakfast but we happened upon a community potluck night! It was wonderful! We followed instructions for south bound travellers on toll road 15 to turn right at bridge after km marker 78. Followed dirt road through a town, over railroad tracks and veering left along the shoreline until we reached the gated community that required a HONK or ringing of the bell to get in :)Report Check-In
Petit camping avec quelques chambres à louer. le proprio est super sympa, il parle anglais couremment. tout le personnel est très gentil, il nous ont même offert des noix de cocos🤩.
L'endroit est très joli, en bord de mer avec accès direct à la plage. piscine propre, douche chaude et toilettes. Nickel.
This Place is Heaven on Earth. The owner is super friendly and speaks excellent English. He helped us a lot with our broken RV and invited us for a BBQ. The facilities are clean and you have the ocean right in front of it. We really just can recommend this place.Report Check-In
As descripted by the others this place is awesome! Noah is such a great man, who borrowed us his ventilator for the three nights we stayed here and gave us a lot of tips for our journey. For 250 pesos/night you get full hook up, a hot shower, a clean pool and a really nice beach and ocean for surfers (but the waves were too hard, so we couldn’t go swimming). I can only recommend this place!!Report Check-In
Just as described by others but it's getting tired and a bit run down. Noah the manager is super nice and very helpful. The sea is really warm! Not sure the "boutique" is appropriate!Report Check-In
This was a great stop. The owner and his family are extremely welcoming. It’s in a beautiful location, right on the beach. He’s done a
lovely job of making the place nice. There’s a pool, shower, with hot water and toilets. We paid $300 pesos for full hook up
Stayed 2 nights. Paid 300 pesos per night full hookup. We were just one RV on the small campground for 4-5 RVs. Nice stuff and great spotReport Check-In
Must stop here! Fantastic place with wonderful owners. Noah speaks English and will help you with whatever you need. Beautiful beach with a nice point break, looks good for beginner or intermediate surfers. Clean and shady swimming pool. Can’t recommend enough! We wish we could have stayed for a week.Report Check-In
Stayed here for a week about a month ago and now staying on the return trip. Very nice place with pool, lovely gardens and nice shaded sitting areas. Great beach area out front. Safe, friendly town nearby. Be sure to buy some delicious homemade bread from the little old lady, who sits in her stall on the right, just as you enter the town..Report Check-In
Well kept campground. Really nice owner. WiFi slow to average and only at the office. Two areas to camp. The area by the beach is very small. There is an area up top which is where we camped. It was quiet. Water and full hook ups. $300 peso for our family of four and small RV.Report Check-In
Beautiful, small spot IF you're down by the water, but there are only a few spots and most are long-term winter residents. The overflow area up top is barren and depressing. 300 pesos a night is a bit steep. Great sandy beach. Shrimp restaurants nearby. Quiet.Report Check-In
Very nice small spot at the beach rarely found in this area of mexico.
250,- per night without electricity. Clean basic Bathrooms. There are also rooms for rent.
This is a region famous for oysters - oysterfestival while we were there.
Most of the campgrounds in the neighborhood seem to be closed.
Noah speeks very good english and is very helpful and informative.
Really a wonderful place with very helpful people. Stayed here for 10 days waiting for our parts - had wonderful time at this relaxed place. Shower and toilet is clean, you can buy drinking water and internet is availabe (sometimes slow). Beach access from the garden. Thanks to Noe, the owner, for all kind help and translation (he speaks a good english)Report Check-In
Nice place to overnight or stay a few days. Nice clean beach with a lovely palapa. 300 Passos per night for a clean safe spot.Report Check-In
Tent-camped here 2 nights. On the pricey side at 300 pesos; wouldn't stay here longer due to price. Mostly people with trailers here. Nice quiet park on a pretty deserted beach. Easy access from Hwy 15D. Electricity, non-potable water & internet. Clean bathrooms/shower on site. A few dogs on the premises. They have villas and rooms for rent as well.Report Check-In
Beautiful campground. Great WiFi around the office but didn't seem to work in the morning. Great patio overlooking the beach. Full hookups for RV's. Communal bathrooms and shower were very clean and had warmish water. Great staff taught us about coconuts and I taught them about washing clothes. lol. ( we found out washing machine was broke the hard way, but had a good laugh over it ). We will be back.Report Check-In
Awesome little RV park and hotel. Definitely try to get a site in the lower section by the beach if you can. Clean restroom and shower. The surf was great during the three days we were there. Definitely put on bug spray before going out to the beach. Suzie was extremely helpful and sweet.Report Check-In
Lovely quiet spot, with great management. I used the beach and the pool every day, and the outdoor patio with upper deck was popular for sunset happy hours. The other guests were friendly, and the host, Noe, was extremely helpful. He speaks good English, and provided lots of advice on places to go. I'd be happy to come back if I'm passing this way again.Report Check-In
Owner is Noah. He is a wonderful man. The phone # is 6671020617 or 6969642020. Travelling south on 15d take the exit by the bridge just after km 79 marker. It's km 78. Don't go in at km 75. It's a long dirt road which you don't want to drive on if it's been raining. We got stuck on it and Noah helped us find a man with a 4 wheel drive tractor to pull us out. How traumatic! Couldn't have done it without Noah. Bless him.
The place is quaint. We ended up renting a room. It was small but cozy. l don't know if they usually feed the guests, but they made us breakfast and dinner. It was delicious.
we spent here two nights and relaxing day's. it is very familiar with a nice garden. direct on the pacific Ocean. we paid mxn 250 with electricity. the owner was very friendly. if you will call and ask or a place or room (small Hotel) +52 667 102 06 17 Noe David Rubio Robles.Report Check-In
Very nice and friendly, nice camping spot in front, near the sea. Cool pool with shade. 250 pesos for the night, 2 adults and 2 kids.Report Check-In
Noé, his family and his stuff are really nice. You can make a campfire on the beach just in front of the place – there's plenty of driftwood. Paid a mere MEX$ 200 including electricity.Report Check-In
Very nice place. We paid 250 peso's. internet was slow and only available around officeReport Check-In
Coming from the South on autopista 15 take exit Celestino 11,5 km before La Cruz. The exit is not very well marked, looks like a farmers road. In case you miss it, carry on, exit La Cruz, make a U turn, return on the motorway 15 direction South/Mazatlán, after 11,5 km take exit Celestino. Carry on on the main road, cross the railroad tracks, turn left carry on ca. 1,5 km until the sign on the right side says "Villa Celeste". Ring the bell and you have arrived in a haven of calm, shade under palm trees, small, nice swimming pool, beach and sound of the waves a minute walk further down. Many places offer shelter from the sun as well as the restaurant directly at the beach to sit and enjoy the view. It's a good surf spot too. The owners are very nice and pay attention, that the place does not get packed. 250 Pesos/night for two persons and a van. Laundry/Dryer 30 Pesos per load. We spend one refreshing night before carrying on to Los Mochis.Report Check-In
Nice Campsites by Villa Celeste. There are sites under palms just by the sea. Follow the signs and you will find it. Owner is very friendly. We payed 200 Pesos for one night.Report Check-In
this is THE place. The owner Noé is very nice and helpful. we had a great time here under the palm trees facing the ocean and enjoying the pool. just perfect with 2 kids. a little bit difficult to find though....follow the instructions of one of the visitors below.Report Check-In
We stayed there only one night when we first thought staying 2. We paid 250m$ for a van and electricity. The place around the hotel rooms is nice but the parking lot for van is not. Just a parking lot with few shade and electricity stopped at night. The only shower/restroom are in the same small room, dirty and the door doesn't close. Maybe it is like that because we are not in the high season but this campground is expensive for what it is. The owner is nice.Report Check-In
Paradise! Love it here. Would like to stay forever!
200 pesos per night for camping
Paradise! Love it here. Would like to stay forever!
200 pesos per night for camping
Stayed here week. It was great. Awesome family that owns it. Super quiet for a few days then others rolled in and we had a great time. Beach is good for surfing and swimming. A 1 mile walk to town in the beach yields all you need. Pool. Water available. Laundry. Awesome.Report Check-In
Great place! Noah and his family are very accommodating and friendly. Their daughter was a month older than ours so that was a huge bonus. 200MX per night fast internet and a great beach.Report Check-In
Great spot on the grass, overlooking the beach. 200 pesos, very nice English speaking manager. Shower is outside, so wear your swimsuit. Bathrooms get clogged easily, but also fixed fast.Report Check-In
Had a difficult time finding..once u cross rr tracks and turn left(south)..must travel about 1 mile..on right behind big gates...looks like houses/apt but rv hookups are down towards beach...$250/nt...nice and quietReport Check-In
schöner Campingplatz am Meer , aber man darf die Abfahrt von der Autobahn nicht verpassenReport Check-In
nice RV park. actually called villa celeste. 200 pesos for night with hooks ups and Wi-Fi albeit slow. small hotel and a pool on site. Also a washer and dryer for 30 pesos ea. nice manager, Noe, was very helpful. nice beach. well maintained. website: villacelesteboutique.comReport Check-In