El Litro is located on a dirt street at the edge of the Todos Santos. To get there you drive through a dusty Mexican neighborhood filled with curious dogs. The park is basically a large dirt lot ringed with palm trees. About half of the spaces are taken by permanent residents, and the rest are open for travellers. According to the American woman Sylvia who manages the place with her Mexican husband, a fire occurred around 7 years ago and we couldn't see any signs of it. The place is a little shabby, but felt very safe. It's about a 10-15 minute walk to the center of town. We paid $300 pesos/night for electricity and water.
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Je suis passe sur ce site mais ce n est pas un camping. C est un terrain pour campeur de longue duree. Pas d accueil a la nuitReport Check-In
checked it out but not big rig friendly. Anything over 26 ft would not fit. Seems to be many permanent residence here and was only one site open.Report Check-In
Difficile à qualifier, ordinaire où moyen, attention ajuster le prix 300 pesos pour 3 services.Report Check-In
Better not to stay! This place is a terrible. It’s infested with FLEAS!!! In the morning our friends who don’t have a dog noticed fleas in their camper. Then we stepped outside to fill up water and within a minute or so our pants were covered (!!!!) with fleas! We found some on our dog too. The permanent residents said the area in the back around the office has been like that for years, they don’t do anything about it. When we asked for our money back they only gave us 2/3 and said they don’t have more. They were not honest the whole time and that’s what annoys me the most. They know that they have fleas so how can they even rent this place out?! If you really, really need to stay and you have a small van stay on the right side where the palapas are, as far away from the office as you can. Also the bathrooms were dirty (but showers are hot) and when we arrived the owner Mario was asking 250 pesos and when we talked to Pepe who is the manager he said it’s 150. All very weird. I know there isn’t much in the area but I’d highly recommend looking for something else.Report Check-In
Do not stay here if you have a dog or if you don’t want fleas in your camper/van! The spot we stayed in is infested with them! We didn’t notice at first until our dog started scratching all night long after we got here. We saw fleas on her (she’s never had them before and is on flea control) and then in the morning stepped outside and fleas started jumping all over us! The lady that runs the campground is nice and did give us our money back.Report Check-In
sleep here for 2 nights
electricity available, got shower and toilets.
250 MXC$ per car per night
Could be better if they clean the grounds. Showers are clean. Walking distance to centro. Friendly management and campers. 150 including electricity.Report Check-In
A rustic Rv park with somewhat full hookups and warm showers in the afternoon.Most are log term stays but there are a couple of spots available. Pepe the owner is nice and speaks good English.150 pesos for dry camping and 250 pesos for hookups. Great for 1 or 2 nights.right downtown in Todos SantosReport Check-In
Stayed 1 night, enjoyed the town. Place is mainly full with long term campers and a bit run down - didn’t want to check out the showers. Paid 150 Pesos for dry camping.
PS: People warned us about the Palm Beach as their car was broken in and passports gone, rather go to Playa Cerritos or further south. Beaches in Todos Santos not good for swimming.Report Check-In
250 pesos full hook up
only 2 o 3 sites for travelers, the other ones seems to be for permanent residents.
was the only RV park that we found were we could dump.
we didn't use te bathdroom and only stay 1 night.
it is small rv park. if you dont mind to be too close to the neighbour it is good enough spot to sleep. they have hot shower. 150 pesos for dry camping.Report Check-In
Near town center, warm showers, 100 pesos w/o hookups. Paid 30 pesos each for a shower last week but didn’t camp here.Report Check-In
Visit the campground and mover. All sand and dust and small. Strange people who stay here allways. With our 23 ft rv difficult to come because the streets before and the campground is not paved. Felt not safe enough to let the RV alone when we want to visit town.Report Check-In
100 MXN per night for dry camping. Easily accessible and close to town. A bit run down indeed, but good showers and friendly owners. Our car broke down here (alternator issues) - just as we arrived - and Pepe went out of his way to find someone to help us out. In two days we were good to go!Report Check-In
Didn’t stay, but went looking because we wanted a shower in town. El Litro offers nice hot showers for $60MP.Report Check-In
Para llegar a este camping debes pasar por calles con mucho polvo y grietas (no se encuentra en el sector mas turístico de Todos Santos), por lo que no lo recomiendo para un gran RV. El camping posee sitios con descarga de agua y sitios secos (200 y 100 respectivamente). Nosotros nos quedamos en el sitio seco durante 10 días y dejamos todas nuestras pertenencias en el camping mientras hacíamos paseos por el día a las playas de alrededor. Incluso hubo gente trabajando en el camping durante dos días y todo estuvo OK. Recuerda que el camping se encuentra en un vecindario mexicano y no en una burbuja gringa, te vas a encontrar gente mas local y algunos residentes de temporada que nos trataron super bien. Solo cosas buenas para decir de Pepe y compañía. Tienda de mercadería cerca.
To get to this campground you have to drive through a local neighborhood with dusty streets and many holes so I wouldn’t recommend it for a large RV. You can get water for your RV and there are also dry spots (200 & 100 each). We spent 10 days and left our belongings in the campsite while doing day trips to nearby places. There were even some guys doing work next to our spot and everything was OK. Keep in mind this campground is located on a local neighborhood and is not a gringo bubble RV site. You will see more locals and the permanent residents treated us very well. Only good things to say about Pepe and company.
Great little place to stop for a night or 2. We paid 100ps, for a dry camp spot at the lower side of the site. Perfectly ok for the night. Showers are good and plenty water pressure. 20 min walk into town with very little shade so be prepared for a hot dust walk. But the town itself is nice. Expensive restaurants and tourist shops but back streets offer more local places to eat.Report Check-In
Stayed here for 4 nights while we recovered from the flu. Quiet, clean, pretty much perfect. Hot showers!!! Sylvia is chatty and friendly, she is not the owner tho she runs it for the owners. Water and electricity outlet in each space. All round good vibes and great location in town! We paid 100 peso a night no hook upsReport Check-In
It’s the only camping spot within walking distance of the town center of Todos Santos. 200 pesos with hookups. It’s a very shabby dirt parking lot but there are a few shady spots in the palms. One night of our 2 night stay some “no see ems” bit us at night so we closed up tight and ran the a/c. The shower is really nice here, plenty of hot water and good water pressure.
As another reviewer mentioned there are several long timers here and it does feel pretty safe. In general this was probably the roughest RV park we’ve seen in Baja, but It was fine for a couple nights so we could explore todos. Owners were nice.Report Check-In
El Litro is located on dirt street at the edge of Todos Santos. You reach it by driving through a dusty Mexican neighborhood filled with curious dogs. It's basically a large dirt lot ringed with palm trees. About half the spaces are taken by permanent residents, and the rest are open for travellers. According to the American manager, Sylvia, the fire in the park occurred about 7 years ago, and there weren't any visible signs of it that we could see. The place is a little shabby, but felt very safe.Report Check-In
El Litro is located on a dirt street at the back edge of Todos Santos that you reach through a Mexican neighborhood filled with curious dogs. The campground is basically a large dirt lot ringed with palm trees. According to the Americamn manager, Sylvia, the fire occured about 7 years ago and there were no signs of out that we could see. About half the residents in the park are permanent, and the rest of the dirt spaces are available for transient campers. The place is a little shabby, but clean and feels secure. It's about a 10-15 minute walk into the center of town.Report Check-In
Pretty good for the price. 100 pesos with no hookups. I paid an extra 50 just to dump. But the best thing about this place is the shower.Report Check-In
Pretty much as described. Dirt lot, a bit of trash around, friendly American lady Sylvina runs it. Showers are probably the nicest I've seen in 2 weeks. Well worth the 100 pesos (no hookups).Report Check-In
This was a good place to stay. Clean restrooms with a wonderful HOT shower. Walking distance to town. Dogs bark, but hey, that's pretty common down here.Report Check-In
We came in yesterday with 23 ft trailer. This place is in the running to be the most beat up, noisy, junky place we have stayed in Baja. Manager lady is nice, though. We stayed here while we scouted out nearby beach camping options, walked into the kitschy town for some dinner (Miguel's )..and we are leaving manana. Oh, ya, the dogs DO bark all night..bring earplugs. Paid 200 pesos for hookup..,just used electrical.Report Check-In
Does the trick for a night or two.
Quick walk into town.
80 pesos dry, 150 for hook up.
Lots of dogs in neighbourhood that go all night long.
We checked this place out, we sized up our RV and said 150, but we looked around and had a hard time thinking it would even be worth 80. Run down old Rvs, dirt lot, no shade. We just parked on the streets.Report Check-In
The lady running this place wanted to charge us M$200 for dry camping! We said we knew others were paying M$80 less than a month ago and she said the owner had to increase the cost. This manager said the owner had to insist on a price hike to cover costs hence the big difference earlier in the month. We refused to pay in the end and went to the beach instead (La Pastura). While there we met another couple who said they were charged M$250 for tent camping here at El Litro!Report Check-In
Closest established campground to town. 10min walk to town. Hot showers and flush toilets. Small dirt lot with many RVs.Report Check-In
Small campground with a very friendly owner. Still a lot of damage from the hurrican in Septembe 2014, but there is a decent shower and a couple of toilets. Campsite is located close to the center of Todos Santos and has a nice relaxed feel.Report Check-In
A great little place within walking distance to almost everything. The hot shower is HOT, worth the price all on it's own. For 80 pesos a night not much else could be expected. If you like Birria, look for the street vendor Birria El Molino!Report Check-In
80 pesos for the night without and hookup. Good value for money even though it is still a bit rundown with clean bathrooms and plenty of hot water.Report Check-In
somewhat run down, very dusty but close to town. no Wi-Fi and electricity does not work at all sites. hot showers. we paid 150 pesos with hookupsReport Check-In
Great location about a five minute walk from the centre of town. Park had been hit pretty hard by the hurricane in sept. and were still struggling to get things repaired. Super nice owners, dog friendly, good showers and only 150 pesos for full hookups!Report Check-In
Also known as El Litro park. Great option if you want to stay right in town. 150 pesos w/ hook ups 80 pesos without. The owner is super nice. The place looks a little run down when you get there as it was hit hard by the recent hurricane and business has been slow lately so they have been struggling to get back on their feet. No wifi when we were there but great showers!Report Check-In
This place was still rebuilding from hurricane odile. It seemed like more of a permanent trailer park than a campground. The lady who runs it was very nice, but we opted to free camp at Cerritos beach, and also camped at Surf Camp and Casitas just outside of todos santos, they had a great pool there and we paid about 7.50 usd per person.Report Check-In
RV Park and campground with decent amenities and close to town. ~USD $12.00Report Check-In