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Camping cost $100 pesos per person a night. Functioning toilets and cold outdoor showers did exist. We were the only people around aside from a couple friendly guys who were doing labor on the property. Lots of privacy here, campsite is around back of the property which is several hundred yards away from state road 26, about 1 km north of town square of Cuatro Cienegas.
This place also has hostal rooms; not sure of the price but cheaper than other places in this town.
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Super cool and kind host. 150 pesos per person. We have a small self contained van so didn’t need hookups so I’m not sure what that’s like but our spot was perfect to just pull in and park! There’s tables, lots of space. We were the only ones there. Bathrooms very clean, once again didn’t try the shower so can’t report on that. Lots of super cute puppies and beware if you go in January it might be very cold at night like it was for us!! Still amazing. Will stay on our way back through.Report Check-In
Nice place, quiet, bbq, table, mountain, Toilet, shower warm water. Host friendly. I pay 150 p à night. I stay 4 nights, close to the city with a marquer like small Walmart.Report Check-In
Very nice downtown. This seems to literally be the only option for tenting / vehicle camping ( we asked around and asked other hotels )
We were the only ones there, and it seemed like there hasn’t been anyone there in a long time...
The matriarch of the family speaks great English! And answered all of our questions. The son and mom (matriarch) were both very nice. Cost 150 pesos per person (vehicle camping) for a 24hr period of time ( no matter when you get there ).
We did not use the showers so not sure about hot water, bathrooms were relatively clean. They sell firewood if you would like it 50 pesos for a bundle. Beautiful mountain views , extremely peaceful evening.
( horses ran by our van in the middle of night which was a surprising noise to wake up to )Report Check-In
price has gone up to M$150 per adult, including wood, indoor accommodations also available. Very nice place to camp. there is no camping in the nature reserve as far as I was told.Report Check-In
200 pesos per night 2 adults and 2 children.
There was no water in the restrooms so we could not use the amenities.
Very quiet night and day.
100 pesos per person. Really nice place to stay, Genaro the guy who manage The place is very friendly. Clean bathrooms, showers, bbq zone. Is like a dessert but a little bit cold during the nightReport Check-In
I was surprised despite reading information that there were several places to camp here that La Maquina was the only place I found despite asking various locals. It is a rather nondecript place located just outside of town on the highway to Ocampo. You can't miss the entrance sign. There are 4 generations of a family that own this place which was years ago a grain mill. The lady who runs the place is very nice and accommodating. She does speak some English.
Cuatro Cinegar is located in the desert so it was still quite hot during the 3 days I spent here the 2nd week of October and cooled somewhat at night. My biggest complaint was the flies everywhere and they seem to be most prevalent from 12:00noon to 6:00pm during the warmest time of day. The campground does have some shade but it is minimal.
There is electricity at the one large palapa and bathrooms/toilets. There is hot water if you request but it was so warm during the day that I took cold water showers. This place can accommodate RVs as well as tents. It is a short drive to stores and gas in town. I would have stayed here a couple of days more had it not been for the intense heat and constant flies since I was tent camping. That is why I gave this place a 3-star instead of 4.
Camping cost $100 pesos per person a night. Functioning toilets and cold outdoor showers did exist. We were the only people around aside from a couple friendly guys who were doing labor on the property. Lots of privacy here, campsite is around back of the property which is several hundred yards away from state road 26, about 1 km north of town square of Cuatro Cienegas.Report Check-In