Although larger RVs could make the tight turn into the park.. the sites are not even close to level and you'll definitely need lots of leveling blocks, etc. Luckily for us we were able to pull in forward and keep our tires in the more level area. The electricity did go out while were there. However there were 3 class C RVs in our party and were all on the same side as the host told us the electricity was better on that side. They did fix it the next day and luckily it wasn't hot at night. Electrical issues at "RV Parks" has definitely been a theme so far throughout Mexico though and luckily we all have inverters and solar. It was not located near anything except the roadway, so it was a drive to go anywhere. It is also in a jungle area so the bugs definitely come out. If you're here be sure to go see Tamul waterfall! It made the entire stay for sure! We'd stay here again if we wanted to see the area, but the camping here was definitely not a destination. Cell signal was poor and barely worked even with a cell booster. We have T-Mobile (TELCEL towers)

Blog: ImNotLostImRVing

Place: El Banito Balneario y Restaurante

Visited: February 7th, 2020

Location: 21.91500, -98.95139


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