We were here on a Saturday night, and even so it was a quiet night. The cops appeared at 10pm, but they said nothing to us -we think it's just their route.
I In the morning we used the bathrooms of the bus station - they were really clean and heated!
We got here with our Defender, but don’t think you will need 4wd in dry season.
We spent one night on this location, facing the “Arco de Piedra”, and it was a peaceful night, with an espetacular sky and no wind - I think we were lucky about the weather.
No facilities, no cellphone coverage.
Well… as told before, avoid this place!
We stopped to have lunch, as it was the only place opened in the “city” and we were hungry. We asked a milanesa with french fries to share, and it costs 1500 pesos - besides the food being very bad, with lots of oil, minutes before we heard the attendant charging another person (a local, maybe) 1000 pesos for the same food with drink. In this way, we were charged more for being foreigners.
The camping was closed because of the low season, but they allowed us to stay here with our rooftent for a couple nights.
They charged us 700pesos per person per night (low season price).
Really good and clean bathroons, hot showers, well equipped kitchen, good wifi, large common area.
We spent the night here with another 5 RVs, and it was ok.
There were other cars around making loud music, until it was a Saturday night, but nothing that bothered us.
There were many trash around, unfortunately!
We stopped here to spend the night with others RV’s and the Guardaparque said to us it was not allowed to sleep here.
Buuut we had taken a paper in the visitors center, which was showing that this was an area allowed for motorhomes.
So he allowed us to spend one night here, but we would have to leave early in the morning.
Really good laundry with friendly staff!
12 pieces for 500 pesos - they don’t charge underwears.
Each “campera” (large coats) costs 500 pesos as well - but even then, it was the cheapest option we found in town.
Free camping, with beautiful landscapes! There are bathroons, with no showers - during the week, they let just one cabin open, in the weekends they open one or two more.
Energy just near the bathroons - but pay attention because the energy can shut off when it’s full of RV’s using it.
There are several barbecue spots, and flat areas and it’s really near the National Park entrance.
We stayed here for 3 weeks and it was peaceful (excepting during the weekends) and really safe.
You definetly will get visits from zorros and horses during the night :)
4G Claro coverage.
We parked behind the gas station with the Trucks.
It was a quiet night, totally protected from the wind.
The showers are only for the truck drivers, but after fuel our tank with gas (70L diesel) they allowed us using the showers.
The Wi-Fi is really good and fast, and the bathroons were always clean.
Good YPF with a large parking lot not protected by the wind.
Good hot showers for free!
There is a point for eletricity behind the “servicompras”.
Good open Wi-Fi, but you should reconnect every 30 minutes.
Good and large gas station!
Really hot free showers, and clean bathroons.
It’s a little far from the city, but it is In the way of Ushuaia - a perfect option to rest after a long day of aduanas coming from Rio Gallegos.
Reaaaally windy, so be prepared!
It’s an old camping, but you will get wind protection, fast Wi-Fi and really hot showers :)
We slept here one night before the way to Rio Grande, and besides it is far from the city, you will get easily the way for the aduana.
A lot of good spots along the “Costanera”.
We arrived In the afternoon and there were many people around, but they left after the sunrise.
Even behind the rocks, really wind at night 😓
Sunrise stunning from the beach - wake up early and don’t miss this spectacle!
The name of the place couldn’t be better 😂
It’s really In the middle of nowhere! We stayed here the night before visiting the National Park.
Very peaceful, starry and wind night!
No signal of cellphone, of course!
Yes, the showers really worth the stop! 🚿♥️
We stayed here for two nights - the first we stopped close to the bathroons, and the second behind the store, on a parking lot with anothers RV’s.
The Wi-Fi works average, but the Claro signal was ok here. If you fuel gas, you get the showers for free!