Camping in a Mexican nature reserve. We camped right next to the deer coral. Nice options for hiking. Unfortunately there were no facilities.
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Wonderful place to spend a few days surrounded by tall pine trees. No showers but clean toilets with water and sink. We were the only people around due to being the off-season, the place was quiet and peaceful and super clean. Cold at night even in May but perfect during the day. One of our top-10 places in Mexico.Report Check-In
really nice campground in the forest. But be careful, when it rains a lot the street is very moody and it's not possible to drive very far. We been on the entrance and had a really nice place under a roof.Report Check-In
Really great park for camping. I was only person camping in whole park. There were a couple of day use folks but they left early in the evening. I camped at one of the first spots I saw but the road goes a little easy and you can camp anywhere there. The gate does close but I believe later than 6. Plenty of shade and perfect temperatures. Might be cold in winter :) also the toilets now have running water and a sink. This was nice. Was still 50 pesos for rent.Report Check-In
Price now 50 pesos p.p. Otherwise as described. Quiet.
There seems to be a campground in the nearby village for 100 pesos p.p. but we didn't check it out.Report Check-In
Nice place between the pines. 50 pesos for 2 persons. Pretty crowded during the weekend. There are toilets but they don't have doors, so not that much privacy. We have been here in November and it was crazy cold at night! We came from 35 degrees celcius at Concordia and froze our butts off here at -10 degrees celcius at night. So, keep all your thermal clothing within hand reach when entering Mexico ;-)Report Check-In
We chose a sheltered place under the pine trees in this nice park. Basic, no facilities but flashing toilets that were clean. 25 Pesos/person, no extra charge for the van.
People rent cabins here to spend the weekends.
A nice wind singing in the trees and the Wapiti gave that extra relaxing and refreshing plus.
Quiet overnight stop between Durango and Mazatlan. 25 pesos per person, kids free. Out bathroom available. No showers. Dry camp. We found a hood site on the basketball court. Concrete, flat, across from Elk coral. Mostly pine trees.Report Check-In
Trucks compression braking all night long. The camp ground is right next to the road. it was pretty run down and not well maintained.
There is flush toilets, but I opted for digging a hole.
a welcome place in a forest, nice and quiet
25 mex per person
there are flush toilets
boondocked one night here. paid 20 pesos per person. as mentioned no services but long walks are possible.Report Check-In
Still a good place to visit. No facilities but peaceful and quiet. Paid 25 per person for the night.Report Check-In