Villa Marina | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
23 days ago
Altitude:
5.0 masl
Website:
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Tony LEE

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Yes
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

25 full hookup spaces, each being a huge carport big enough to drive a full-size RV under. Each has a patio overlooking the beach or a lookout deck at each site. US$35
Open spaces with palapa and water and electricity are also available for US$20
Huge community room with kitchen.
Spotless amenities block
Off-site laundry service available
Satellite Internet available US$15 per week but limited to 70Mb per day
Dogs on leash
Clean deserted beach.

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Nice camping spot overlooking the sea. The spots are a tight fit for larger motor homes or travel trailers.
The rates as of January 29 2024
Nightly $35 usd $150 usd weekly and $450 usd monthly. Each site has 30amp electric, sewer dump and non pot water. Large common kitchen area and shower block. Great beach, easy walk.

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Nice place just off the highway enough that there's no traffic noise. Looks like a lot of full timers, but there were a few great spots on the edge of an embankment, above a beautiful beach, available when we arrived. Just stayed one night. Washrooms were clean and the host was nice. Showed use the clubhouse/games room. A little dated but fun. Paid $450 pesos for a full hookup. Power was on all night. Did not get cut-off at 10:00pm (as noted by others) for us.

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This place is beautiful the lady at the office was super nice. It has beautiful view for dry camping with kids. It has all the amenities needed. We loved it and will be coming back for sure.
Showers had nice warm water big plus for us. Palapas have tables, grills and running water and electricity. Bathrooms are near the camp ground. We paid $500 pesos around $25 dlls a night for 2 adults and 2 kids. Very very nice place. They also have wifi for extra charge but with Cricket wireless I had 2-3 bars LTE doable signal for us. Kids where able to watch their shows on their iPads at night time with that reception no need to pay extra for wifi big plus for us. And it was nice and quiet away from all the party and of the loud quads from the Malecon.

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As previously mentioned, about 6 spaces on the bluff available for travelers. All of the other covered spaces are for seasonal residents (mostly retirees). Vans will easily fit, I have a 20’ overall trailer and there is plenty of room. I wouldn’t push it much past 30’ though. Electricity, (slightly salty) well water and sewer trunks that I think are connected. Bathrooms work and are good, showers are so-so but no hot water.
Daniel the owner is nice and speaks good English as does his cousin who care takes the place. It’s quiet and safe. You can leave your stuff unattended and run to town (about 15 min north). Empty beach, tidal swings aren’t really that large.
One bar cell but I have Starlink.
I think it’s about $25 USD a night but they haven’t charged me yet and I’ll need the chase the owner to pay him.
Good layover spot highly recomended.

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We are the only ones here!! Beautiful deserted beach. There are 3 gentlemen managing the property very nice and helpful with questions. There are only 6”5 or 6 spots available overlooking the beach the rest are filled with what appears more permanent RV’s & 5th wheels. The communal space is big. Toilets & showers are run down but work if you need it. We are happy to have power since it is an average of 80 sun up or sun down to run our AC! And half the price of campgrounds in San Felipe! $26 per night.

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Arrived late in the evening on Good Friday & the gate was closed so I ended up boondocking outside the front gate. in the morning I booked in and the place was swamped until Easter Sunday. After that I couldn't believe how quiet and peaceful it is here, the place is well maintained by Geraldo the groundskeeper. Bathrooms are clean and the atmosphere feels friendly and secure. $35 US per night with full 30A hookups, water and sewage and can accommodate big class A rigs. I'll definitely be coming back here, close enough to San Filepe, but far enough to get away from the noise. A really nice stay!

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Howdy, this place is nice good wiew I could just sit there and drink ma beer while thinking about life kinda miss em kids at home while I was thinking I drank ma beer and then it was all empty, Jesus Christ so I went to get a new one from ma beer fridge and when I started opening the damn beer it spilled all over ma self Oh my god I wasted a beer AND spilled it all over ma self don’t worry I took another beer sometimes when sad things happens u just gotta try again. God bless y’all

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really nice spot overlooking water. hammocks on the beach. beautiful. great community room.

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Nice bluff camping with full hookup for 500 pesos a night. lots of permanent campers. Did not see any shower blocks. there is a central building that was a restaurant but not any longer as they can't find workers. now it has a pool table, ping ping table and lots of seating area. also a full stocked kitchen, but did not look used.
ok place for a couple of nights, though the spots are small and you are squeezed in like sardines. there is more open spots away from the beach in the hill.

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Pretty full when we got here but there were a few empty spots. 400 a night for one person 500 for two. Bathrooms are clean and power works great! Staying for two nights before heading south.

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Don't let the view from the road put you off. This is a great stop. It was very quiet and the hosts friendly. There are some seasonal rigs. We got a spot on the bluff over the beach for 500 peso per night.

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Bathrooms and showers are clean. Restaurant wasn't open during my stay but they're using the space as a sort of common room with pool table, ping pong, table soccer, lounge chairs and plenty of space to just relax.
About 10 spots available for transients right on the bluff, another 6 or so on the hill in back. The rest look to be year-round.
Staff is nice & helpful. Views of the Sea are fantastic, watching a pod of dolphins swim by as I type.
Two observations... water pressure from the tap was pretty low and it looks like the drain line from the lower sites may have overflowed in a spot or two, no sewer messes but gray water spill.

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As described before. The toilets and showers has lack of maintenance. Woman's showers do not have hot water, man's only one out of 3 has both taps. All is very dirty and stinking.
500 pesos p/n.

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Had a really good time here. Stayed for the night and sat on the beach and watched the ocean ocean. They charged us $25 a night and it was very enjoyable.

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great place, friendly people, beautiful beach

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nice row of about 10 palapas right on the bluff. they're close together and there is a bit of light from the restaurant at night, but the morning view and friendly neighbors and staff are unbeatable. great opportunity for bird watching, not to mention the sunrise and view in the morning!

the cost was $25USD for a single night. there are tables, grills, and sinks at each spot. you have to bring your own coals though. the bathrooms are clean and stocked. the food and drinks were good. definitely a hidden gem.

heads up! if you bring your dog there is one resident dog that's not very kind to unknown dogs. he's a black and white lanky dog. he took a decent little chunk out of our dog (a 65lb male) so just keep your dog near you.

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Great stop. A little pricey, $20 for a palapa with electricity. Arrived late and didn’t haggle. Warm clean showers and flushing toilets. Camping spots get a little too much light at night from the restaurant, but overall great last minute stop.

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Great place to stay and enjoy the beach. Pull up directly with your van to a little beach hut that provides shade. Grill, power and water hookups are at each station. Cost for one person with van $10/night. There are also several covered RV lots. The place is well maintained.

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25 full hookup spaces, each being a huge carport big enough to drive a full-size RV under. Each has a patio overlooking the beach or a lookout deck at each site. US$35
Open spaces with palapa and water and electricity are also available for US$20
Huge community room with kitchen.
Spotless amenities block
Off-site laundry service available
Satellite Internet available US$15 per week but limited to 70Mb per day
Dogs on leash

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