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Date Place Comment
Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico to Four Mile Lagoon, Belize

Easy and friendly crossing. The "fumigation" wasn't at all what I'd expected. It was just a small spray on the car and nothing to be concerned about; took less than 2minutes. Straight forward and a worker helped direct us as to where to go. White building afterwards is for insurance. Can pay with pesos US or BZ.

Yax Ha Resort

Great area to stay. Clean pool, not totally clean washrooms, average water pressure in the shower. Huge lots and electric at all of them. Fast WIFI. $300MX/2people/night. Kind of odd..the gate got locked around 8:30 and everyone left. No security guard overnight. However there were a few men doing construction and they slept at the site. No other campers when we were there. Gate opened around 8AM. Cabanas available.

Yaxche ecocamping

$280MX/2people/night...way too expensive. No electric or WIFI.

Parking Lot Tulum Ruins!!!

Guard said we could stay the night (in our small van) for the entrance parking fee of $160MX. However we went back after dinner around 9PM and no one was there to let us past the locked chain. I think as long as you get there before they close it would be all good!

Cavelands in the Jungle

Amazing place. Owner is so friendly and has two really nice dogs. The cenote is clean and beautiful. Small and nice cabanas for rent or room to park your rig. $100MXpp/night and $25Mx for electric.

Eco Hostel Casa del Agua

Run by a couple of really great ladies. Super laid back with a little bar. $500MX/2people/night. Rustic type of hostel. Wood used for doors and mosquito nets provided. Would stay again!

Tierra Del Mar

Beautifully designed hotel. Had more of a modern home feeling then hotel. Great value for the quality. Easily one of the nicest places we have stayed. Breakfast and fast WIFI. $2500MX/2people/night. Worth every penny.


You must park and take the ferry over. Very safe and many different little places to choose from. Ferry to Holbox $140MX/pp

Xkopek Camping

Great little place only 30ish minutes from Chitzen Itza. Jorge is an absolute sweetheart. Shower and toilets. Communal kitchen area. There's a small shop that sells honey from their bees. $200MX/2People.

Hotel Mision Campeche American

Spent one night here. 815MX/2people. Night big rooms, shower, clean, air co. Only two devices per room able to use wifi. We were in a room right by the kitchen and it was quite noisy. Parking super secure and friendly guards. However make sure to keep your cars clean...we picked up a hoard of ants over night. Also big rigs might have a problem here. The town itself was very safe.

military checkpoint

Waved us through without any trouble! Routine military check point.

Maya Bell Campground

350mx/night...a bit on the pricey side. However we looked at all of the other listed campsites (all cheaper 30mx/pp/night or not much more) but we found they weren't exactly "nice". This is by far the best place to stay. Nice music in the early evening and the pool is refreshing. Cold or hot showers. Tenting would be great here and cheaper.

Rancho San Nicolas

Nice big shaded forest camping. Ping pong, communal dish washing station, pool table (couldn't find the balls), big washrooms. Quiet at night.

Cocoleoco | Conception Bamba

Super chill vibe. Hammocks, slack line, and restaurant. Restaurant not open on the weekends! No cell
Service and limited places to buy supplies so stock up first. 50mx/person and 20mx/person for electric.

Cabañas La Habana

Stayed in the "camping" area for the cars. Nothing to rave about and definitely not our favourite place. However only 100mx a night. No electric. The bar beside us pumped music until at least 3AM. People rode around on quads all night too. No shade to park under. Would look for somewhere else to car camp if we came back to zipolite again.


Amazing Peruvian restaurant. Best Ceviche we have had traveling; great cocktails and affordable prices too! The owner is a super friendly young man.


Amazing Peruvian restaurant. Best Ceviche we have had traveling; great cocktails and affordable prices too! The owner is a super friendly young man.

Hierve el Agua

Spent one night and got up at sunrise to beat the hoards of tourists for photos. Was quite rudely awaken by three men in a "police" truck at 10PM. They shone their lights into our rig and yelled at us about them being police (which they weren't). They asked for 40Pesos/Person for the night. The spot is beautiful but the way we were woken up was really uncomfortable.


Blockade happening here. Pretty common area for them. Maybe try driving earlier in the morning to avoid!

Overlander Oasis

Great little place! Owners are helpful, friendly, and knowledgable Canadians. The little town is a great and safe place too. Excellent restaurants near by and a quick collectivo or taxi into Oaxaca city.

Trailer Park Las Americas

Big lots. Some areas to park with shade. Electric and water (non potable) at sites. Washrooms and mildly chilly showers. A small pool, broken but functional billiards table, and a rickety mirador. Paid MXN 220/night. Short walk to cholula centre and easy bus to Puebla (take the 14 from the oxxo down the street).

Trailer Park Teotihuacan

Fast wifi, located in the centre of town, hot showers, electric and water at sites. Dogs are super friendly. About an hour walk to the ruins or a 35 peso cab. Big rig and and tent friendly.

wrong place

It's in Texas

San Miguel RV Park

Close walk to the center of town. RV parking located in-between the two tennis courts. Not big rig friendly. 300MXN a night....seems a little pricey for what you're getting. Showers, Electric at sites, Water (non potable), WIFI - average/good speed.

Morrill RV Park

Best place we've stayed. Great owners, hot showers, beautiful view, and short walk into central Guanajuato. MXN 150$/night. Small fruit stand down the road with great produce too. Not at all big rig friendly so if you have a massive RV somewhere else would be better. Electric and water (non potable) at sites.

Hotel Guadalajara

Small hotel located in central San Luis Potosi. Tiny garage to park in (we have a small van) and I think they'd prefer if you parked in the parking garage or street beside the hotel. Not very friendly staff....one man said MXN $350 the another charged us MXN $400; however, cheapest place down town. Better to stay out of town and bus/cab in....SLP is VERY hard to drive in.

Hotel Hacienda Baruk

$350MXN/night. Big rig friendly. Hookups at sites. In a secure parking lot right off of the highway. Friendly staff and a good restaurant on site. Showers warm and the washrooms only open from 8AM-8PM. WIFI didn't work.

Hotel Imperial del Norte

500MXN a night. Located at the back of the hotel in a parking lot. Electric and water (not potable) at sites. Definitely too much for what you're getting. We only stayed because it was late when we arrived into town. Washrooms open and showers too. However not sure if the water got hot.

Kickapoo Cavern State Park Campground

Great campsite; very quiet. Potable water, picnic tables at each site, fire pit with grill for cooking. About an hour from the Piedras Negras/Eagle Pass border crossing.

Guadalupe Canyon National Park

Great views and trails. Washrooms available. We arrived late at night so we didn't park in the official RV lot. Parked our small van in the quiet tenting area.


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