Aventurarte Campground | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
about 1 month ago
Altitude:
1634.1 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
+524448574717
Contributor:
lambin.a

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

This is a campground owned by Christian. He Charges 100 pesos per person per night. There is no sign at the entrance, so better to come during the day.

Lots of very good cave sport climbing here, but you need to know some locals to tell you where to go.

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Road is rough getting in but passable with most any vehicle. No sign so trust your GPS. The place is ok, not well kept but cheap (100 pesos per person) Ok for the night.

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AMAZING place. great food and vibes. Don't miss it.

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Great place. Loved the pizza, hiking and climbing. Facilities are rustic but scenery is beautiful and vibes are great. Lots of friendly dogs. 2024 price is still 100 pesos per person. We will be back!

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All good. Showers and toilets basic! Cafe on site. Safe and friendly.

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Aventurarte is a campsite, Rb Park, cabins and restaurant that Finn and Christian manage. At Aventurarte you can sleep very peacefully and you can eat very good pizza, burgers and other dishes that they prepare there with a lot of love and dedication, the cost per night is $100.00 per person per night price in 2023

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We just are finishing up a 3 day stay. It was supposed to be one night, but it was so peaceful we did not leave. Dog friendly. Owner was not here, but we messaged him and got an immediate response. It was $70pesos pp to stay. On Saturday some locals came and camped, and were very friendly. It has all basic needs of a camp, plus gorgeous views of mountains and horses. A bull ran through out campsite, but a friendly neighbor on horseback came and got him. We felt very safe and will come back again someday! We have a short bus, it would be rough getting in here with a bigger rig then that but we had no problems. Pizza place was not open during our stay, there is not much in town, pack food.

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I stopped here tonight. Nice spot! the guy was pretty cool, price is now 100 mxn. I could hook up 15 amp on my small van, 👊😎

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Simple camp with restaurant, bathrooms and camping area. There is enough space to park your Van. Nice place.
140 pesos 2 people.

Campamento sencillo con restaurante, baños y zona para acampar. Hay espacio suficiente para aparcar tu Van. Lugar bonito.
140 pesos 2 personas.

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Nice place, tasty food, nice people. Still 70 pesos per person.

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GENIAL! sentiments d'être à la maison, puis aller manger au resto c est délicieux et bon marché.

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Fantastic family!
We did a Workaway here and only met great people 😊

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Very friendly place. 70 pesos per person. Warm shower. Friendly donkey. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

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70 Mexican dollars par personne et par nuit douche chaude car à visiter dans le coin idéal pour les grimpeurs. Cuisine commune tres sale par contre.

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Stayed here 2 nights, paid 70p each night. It's a nice spot in a nice quiet town. The general store down the street had a shocking diversity of supplies given its small size. There is a lot of amazing sport climbing and bouldering in the area. We met a lovely group of climbers from Mexico City and Veracruz who had been camping at Christian's for a few weeks. The restaurant is nicely decorated and pizza hit the spot.

There is Wifi here, but you have to ask Christian for it and get a login (kind of like your do in a chain hotel). It was 25p for 4 hours. Fast enough for a Zoom call.

Last note: given the overall chillness of this site, we were given very little information about where to park and just stayed in the parking lot. We didn't even meet Christian until the following morning. It's a really, really laid back place.

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really cute little place! we're here in the off season. a little hard to find, follow the signs for the pizzeria and you'll find it

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The camp is now called Aventurarte, it has a restaurant with very tasty pizzas, and the stay has a cost of $ 70.00 pesos per person per night.

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Everything as described as before. Really cool place to hang out and meet other travellers. Showers were lovely and warm and Christian was happy to help out with Spanish when needing to make an important phone call.

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Enjoyed our one-night stay here. We were able to use a little shade from the one tree in the camping field. Had a yummy pizza for dinner, along with French fries my husband kept raving about (don’t judge us for eating carbs on carbs). Christian was a gracious host and we LOVED the murals and overall design of his gathering space. Very cool vibe. We also met @maptheunknown there, an awesome couple currently overlanding through Mexico.

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We met so many cool people who invited us to go for some hikes and tried (almost) everything they have in the menu (the pizza and the pasta is soooo good) Christian really helped with everything we needed. We were supposed to stay just a few days, and we ended up staying more than 2 weeks. Thanks so much Christian and family!!

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Current price is 70 pesos per person per night.

Delicious vegan pizza.

Be aware that on weekends the campsite can fill up and you may not be able to get your vehicle out due to all the tents

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Really nice campground! Christian is a very welcoming person and he makes you feel at home! He now charges $50 pesos for the night...

Bathrooms with water and there is one shower with hot water!

They sell food and the pizzas are really good!

Also there is always climbing people and sometimes they will invite you to go climbing...

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Christian is very friendly and helpful and even speaks some English.
He now charges 50 pesos/person a night.
When we arrived there was no water in the bathrooms but Christian filled the water tank the next morning. Shower had still very little pressure so we didn't use it.

They also sell pizza and other food on site. Didn't try it though.

To get there follow the paved Reforma road and turn right onto the dirt road at the sign to Pizza Aventurarte.

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The campground is perfect for climbers and outdoor lovers

the fee is $50.00 per night

The biggest cave for climbing is 4 kmts walking from the camp

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Hi I'm Christian and I'm glad if Yuu stay here you can put your tent or park your van

we ask for a fee of $30 pesos per night so we can pay de the water and the Energy

There is a lot of nice places to climb or to do another outdoor activities like hike

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This is a free climber campground owned by Christian. He does not charge anything for it and you might not even see him here during your stay. There is no sign at the entrance, so better to come during the day.

Lots of very good cave sport climbing here, but you need to know some locals to tell you were to go.

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