Full-hookups (water, sewer, 20 amp electric) – $390 pesos or $22USD
Dry-camping – $290 pesos or $16USD (sewer dump and water fill available for $100 pesos or $6USD)
Weekly and monthly rates available. Camping in an orange orchard! This place is green and grassy - a nice change from the rest of the Baja. If you want to get off the beach for a few days and use the nice hot showers and flush toilets or lounge by the pool this is the spot! The owner Faby is very nice and speaks excellent English. You can help yourself to the oranges and there is a juice press for anybody to use. To find the place turn right on Icehouse Road, head west and follow the signs for RV Park. You can email Faby - [email protected] and her cell is (615)103-0935.
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Yes it is still closed. But upkeep has continued and the place is still very nice.
It is still for sale. All or in pieces.
Closed now due to Coronavirus concerns. Check website for updates or contact Faby with questions.Report Check-In
Indeed a very nice place - not so easy to find and way out of town. But a green oasis with lots of citrus trees (oranges, mandarinas, lemons) from which you can pick and make your own fresh juice (press is on site). Dry camping is Mex 270 or US$15. Unfortunately the pool was empty when we stayed (3 nights) and there is only 1 toilet/shower for the whole place (expect some waiting) There is no water faucet on the side of dry camping. Fabby the owner is very nice and the whole place is clean and well kept.Report Check-In
This is the most amazing place! We camped on grass...enjoyed the oranges and grapefruits. It is a bit out of town but wanted some quiet destination for a couple of nights. All the reports are true!Report Check-In
Though not officially open yet, Fabbi let me stay for a couple of nights. There were a few other campers. She apologized that the internet and pool weren't ready. I've been dry camping in dirt and sand for a month and it was worth 200 pesos just to put my feet on green grass. BTW, the place is for sale. Fabbi and her husband live in 100-Mile House Canada during the summer but full time caretakers keep this place polished.Report Check-In
Closed until December 1. Owners upgraded all of the electrical connections and added a new septic tank for the pool bathroom shower.Report Check-In
Town is amazing and festive. Very friendly. Streets are narrow in Heroica Mulege so be aware. Place is closed for the Summer.Report Check-In
It's all True! Fantastic Spot, we stayed 10 Days in total, 15$ per night for non-hookup - buy 6 nights, get the 7th free!Report Check-In
what a lovely spot. highly recommended. the oranges, lemons and grapefruit are delicious and smell amazing. we did dry camping and it was $240 pesos. the shower was solar and nice an hot. Fabbi the owner is a divine lady who is very friendly and loves to share her property with travellers so respect and keep it clean. There is a juice press and swimming pool and lots of shade areas. A true oasis. we will for sure be back!Report Check-In
Place is pretty good. The washrooms are great, clean, there’s real hot water and water pressure.
Orange juice is great and makes for a good workout.
Warning though, if you travel near by post date. there’s a long term guest with attitude who seems to think he owns the place and likes to yell at people.
Internet is average and at all sites.Report Check-In
Check out our video review of the campground here: https://youtu.be/Chd1cMaX_l8
Hacienda de la Habana is a green oasis in the oasis town of Mulege. On an orange grove and surrounded by working farms, there is plenty of shade and greenery to give the weary desert traveler a nice change of pace. We paid 350 pesos for FHU/night.
Approximately one hundred meters down the road you can also purchase a whole bag full of fresh veggies straight from the farm. A big bag cost us 75 pesos which comes to about $4 USD.
Although it is about 3 km down a dirt road, we were traveling with a truck and trailer and got there just fine. There were also Class A's and other large campers there when we visited, so it is worth the trek. Although we more or less followed the directions from Mike & Terri Church's Baja Campground Book, once we located the "RV Park" sign, we were able to follow the signage directly to the campground.
Some of the cons of this campground. The dirt road in to the campground is a long one. I can't imagine trying to navigate it after a rain storm. There is only one bathroom and shower but it seems that most campers are showering in their rigs. The water pooled at the bottom of the shower, so there was a bit of a slow drain when we were there.
Some things that we appreciated: having free unlimited access to the oranges and the on site juicer, the security, the wifi, the full hook ups, the friendly staff, and the warm water and nice pressure in the shower. Oh, and they also provide toilet paper, hand towels, and hand soap in the bathroom. This seems to be lacking in most campgrounds in Baja.
Overall we really liked this campground and would definitely stay here again.Report Check-In
This is one of the nicest parks we ever stayed in. The road to get to it is a dirt road (just follow the signs) but we were able to navigate it without a problem with our 40+ft rigs. They have both pull-thru full hookups and back in dry camping. $18 for full hookups when the pool is not full and $20 when the pool is full.
It is such a beautiful place with many citrus trees around and guests are welcome to pick as much as they want. They even have a juicing station and poles to help get the oranges from the trees.
Town is just a few min drive with many restaurants and groceries. Beach also within a short drive.
Shower/restroom was clean and had very hot water. WiFi available but didn’t work too well for us. Trails to walk around are gorgeous.
The electricity outlet is 15amp on 30amp service which made our adapter melt a bit so make sure you adjust your rig to not take more than 20amp and have a surge protector. We also had a few instances where the breaker tripped (and everyone else around us too).
Host was super nice.
Overall we had a great experience and do plan to comeback.Report Check-In
Great spot! Lush green and a lot of oranges. Toilet & Shower are very good. End of January the pool was still closed. WiFi is fast.Report Check-In
Great spot. The road in is a little sketchy. Follow signs for RV Park and DON'T use Google maps if you have an RV.Report Check-In
Every good thing already mentioned is true.
This place is so peaceful and beautiful.
No one has mentioned the guys 100m up the road who will sell you a huge pile of freshly cut organic veggies for MX$100.
The property is for sale and I hope the new owner will love it the way Faby has.Report Check-In
Very quiet place. Only one other van this night.
Non hookup is now 240 pesos, hookup 360 pesos, which seems a little overpriced, compared to Huerta Don Chano in Mulegé. Wifi is one of the best we had in Mexico in 4 months.
Ray is dead. His wife. Fabi runs the place with her new husband. It is now called "Hacienda La Habana"Report Check-In
Echoing what everyone else has to say! This place is amazing, a true oasis. Bathroom is immaculate and the area is beautiful. Paid $270MXN for the night and am drinking my weight in orange juiceReport Check-In
Grassy field. Nice owners. Pool. wifi. Oranges. Follow signs to RV park,. Couple miles outside of Mulege . Left.
Beautiful oasis in the desert! Friendly owners, oranges to pick & squeeze, nice shower w/ hot water. Full hookups, crickets at night! They had just painted pool (they do it every year) so was not full, bummer as would have stayed more nights to lounge by nice pool. Off the beaten path but worth it. Nice to walk on grass & be surrounded by greenery. $20 night.Report Check-In
un oasis de verdure, d'arbres fruitiers, d'oiseaux...très beau Hélène et Gaëtan de MontréalReport Check-In
Great place. A couple of large RV's and a few permanent Canadian residents. All very friendly and welcoming. All the fresh OJ you can drink. Nice change from the beach. We paid $300 MX with hot showers and electricity. Well worth it.Report Check-In
great place to relax and get off the beach. hot showers, wifi, pool. Orange juice a bonus. $240 pesos a night includes everything.Report Check-In
Beautiful oasis in the desert. Good parking in a grass field with hookups, one bathroom with a hot water shower. The highlight is definitely the pool. $300/mxn with Wifi. Note: it is only open from 12/1-4/30 (the owner goes to Canada for the summer). Follow signs to Rays.Report Check-In
Nice place for sure! A bit sketchy road to get here but that place is worth it. Oranges are in season already and the pool should be filled in a week. But maybe not and it will be done in "manjana". With WIFI it was 15 us or 300 pesosReport Check-In
Follow signs to Ray's. Closed until November 10th. Nice neighbors! M$200 a bit much unless the oranges are in season...Report Check-In
Really a nice place. Pool is finished. 10 $ without hook-up. 5 $ for wifi.Report Check-In
Really a nice place. Pool is ready to use. 10 $ without hook-up. 5 $ for using wifi.Report Check-In
great location! camping in an orange orchard. Help yourself to the fruit and there is also a juice press you can use. 255 pesos or $15 USD without hookup but with Internet more for full hookups probably. pool was not yet in season.Report Check-In
SO LOVELY!!! Dirt roads from town felt a little scary. "Will we find it???" But we just followed the signs to "Ray's Place" and no problem. Green, grassy, level, open spaces. Lots of shade trees at outer lots. Would be a little tight at full capacity. Spaces are small. But there were only a couple of other folks there when we stayed and it was dreamy. Favi invited us to help ourselves to oranges from the orchard. Even a juice press sitting out on a table by the pools so guests can squeeze their own for breakfast. .. Or anytime. The pool had just been painted and was drying so we didn't get to swim but look forward to it next time. Only one toilet/shower stall so it could get busy if more than a few campers didn't have their own facilities in their rig but it's very clean and spacious and pleasant. Water was hot. Scent of orange blossoms everywhere. Heavenly respite after the drive through the desert. We found it after reading older copy of Church book and were surprised to learn Ray passed away 3 years ago and restaurant is closed indefinitely. Apparently there is wifi but Favi didn't seem thrilled to share the code and seems worried about people downloading anything. Electricity at every site. Don't remember the water/sewer situation as we didn't need/use either. I think we paid about $15/night.Report Check-In
Price 18usd belle environnement très bonne orange gratuit H2O douche chaud full hookup gazon vert beaucoup d'oiseaux très bon Wifi très agréableReport Check-In
Unable to access this location. The road to it is a gravel road that eventually came to a dead end. Could be location/gps not logged correctly.Report Check-In
200 pesos for full hookups. Less for tents/no hookups. Camping in an orange orchard! This place is green and grassy - a nice change from the rest of the Baja. If you want to get off the beach for a few days and use the nice hot showers and flush toilets or lounge by the pool this is the spot! The owner Faby is very nice and speaks excellent english. You can help yourself to the oranges and there is a juice press for anybody to use. To find the place follow the signs for Rays restaurant - it was on site but has since closed down.Report Check-In