*Possible seasonal closures.
Campground on a cliff overlooking the sea with full hookups, bathrooms, hot showers, fast wifi, and purified water sold onsite. $250 pesos for tent/dry camping sites, $350 for sites with hookups, $400 for ocean view sites. For kite freaks - you just can go down and enjoy the windy beach. We are more into MTB and the trail start is nearby - just follow the street and after 3-4km you'll see a sign on the right. A block from a mini mercado that has everything you'll need.
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Great stay! Beautiful sunrises…great wifi and facilities. Clean bathrooms, showers and they had a kitchen area and lovely seating area . We have a 26 fter and we had a little view and we’re close to the front and paid $450 pesos per night. Well worth it. Everyone was super friendly , very quiet!…and all were kite boarders. Nice community. Stayed 4 days…We will be back!Report Check-In
One of my favorite stops in Baja. Facility has an outdoor living space, communal kitchen, nice bathrooms with hot water, beach access and great views.Report Check-In
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
We spent one night here. No one was here when we got here so we got all setup and then the owner came later and said they were closing the next day for the season so we could stay one night.
Nice little spot right above the beach, restaurant/bar was closed obviously but it looks nice. Their bungalows looks really nice too.
We paid 400 pesos for one night for a beach front spot. Pretty pricey, we would have just moved to a back spot for cheaper but we didn’t want to argue since they were technically closed already.
Full hookups, showers, laundry, flushing toilets, apparently there is wifi but we didn’t use it as we heard it was very slow. Full bars of cell (Telcel) service though.
Looking at the previous pictures it looks like a lot of their property fell off the cliff. See new photos. Retaining wall must have collapsed. They’ve added some nice shade structures at each spot on the beach. Not much shade at the back spots but with the wind I’m sure it would be fine.Report Check-In
En Semana Santa, nos cobraron $800 pesos por día, en lugar con conectores eléctricos y ahí, frente a la playa. Tiene mucho potencial este lugar, pero también la limpieza deja mucho a desear. Basura por todos lados, mierda de los perros por donde quiera, baños y regaderas que sabrá desde cuando no les dan una buena limpiada :(Report Check-In
American style camping & rv park - nice clean bathrooms, lounge area, full hook ups. Pretty good restaurant and kite surfing lessons right next door.
Sites along the side and back of the property are posted at 350p/night. I got a spot in front with 180 degree unobstructed (minus a palm tree) beach view for 500p. Downtown area and shops are nearby.
Very nice RV Park, a bit expensive.
Showers and Toilets very good.
Wifi very very bad!!!
Cellphone Signal much better
Nice campground with some level spots. Shower and toilet are ok. Wi-Fi is slow...Report Check-In
Campground and bungalows on a cliff overlooking ocean with stairs down to restaurant/bar La Tuna and sandy beach for snorkeling and wind sports. $250 for a few tent/dry camping sites in the very back, $350 for spots with hookups, more for ocean front sites. No discount for weekly stays.
Pros: Small communal kitchen with stove and sink. Fast wifi available (good for digital nomads) in a nice lounging area with tables, ocean view, and hammocks. Showers and bathrooms with toilet paper and soap. Purified water sold onsite. Walking distance to grocery store. Great spot for kiteboarding.
Cons: Hot water is randomly available. Had some cold showers. Bathrooms weren’t clean (maybe maintenance took the weekend off?) and smelled pretty bad. Dog poop at campsites. We were made to pay extra for hookups we didn’t use because the few tent/dry camping spots were taken. Music from bar below can be heard at campsites, especially the ocean front ones.Report Check-In
Great location and nice place. Host wasn’t around last night when I arrived. But another camper (Ian, thank you) ‘filled me in’. I found a good spot and was happy. Host(ess) was around this morning and very nice. I was tent camping so was 250 as previously mentioned. The 500 spots are really nice but watching my budget. Great views and easy location to access town, dining etc. nice little restaurant just below the bluff. Beautiful beaches and fishing. Not windy season so no kite surfing and getting warm but always a nice breeze. I did awake a few times to grazing cows nearby that have bells around their necks :) only two other campers here.Report Check-In
Spectacular view from the front places. Nice beach.
Toilets and showers are not clean and in no good condition. (Where not cleaned up the time we have been there.)
Altogether price is much too high - for dry camping 500 Pesos p.N on from places.
Very nice spot and beach right there, windy at the afternoons but not crazy windy. Very nice owner. All the hookups and lots of aspace for big rigs..!!Report Check-In
Nice small campground with clean, hot showers, a kitchen, space to relax outside and direct beach access over stairs. The prices are: 250 for dry camping/tents, 350 normal hook-up site and 500 for beachfront site with hook-up. We stayed at a normal one and it was pretty uneven. Still a good spot thoughReport Check-In
Crowded. Seems to have lots of full timer. Space not leveled. Quiet. Nice kitchen. 250 MXN dry camping. 350 MXN with servicesReport Check-In
Buen RV park con cocina comunitaria, duchas y baños. 250 pesos para acampar.
Bueno si te estás quedando en un RV, mi impresión es que no es tan bueno para carpas. Demasiado gringo y poco local.
Good RV with kitchen, showers and restrooms. 250 MP for campsites. Better for RVs than for tents. Not really local more of a gringo spot.
Nice campground with view on the beach.
Bathrooms are ok, water is hot.
Full hookups at all sites.
Good kitesurfing spot.
Lots of reservations for November onwards, but only one other camper right now. Great front row campsite on a bluff, stairs down to the gorgeous beach. Electricity and strong WiFi at campsite. Hot showers. Four, very cool casitas being completed for winter season. $200 pesos/night. Dog-friendly. Mini supermarket around corner.Report Check-In
Fermé après pâque . Dommage c'est la meilleur saison pour pas voir les Gringos.De Mai a Septembre.Camper chez YoYo.
The place is closed after easter week end..Too bad because its the best time to be here in LA VENTANA , if you d'ont wana see all the gringos..Between May to September. Camp at YoYo place...Report Check-In
We stayed there two nights for 12$, 240pesos/night w/o electricity. There was no way to negociate lower than that even if we showed her the reviews on iOverlander of other people that supposely paid only 100pesos. She said is not true. The shower water is cold and salty. Wifi is very weak and unstable.Report Check-In
bon camping , plage super , douche eau chaude , toilettes propre , eau électricité dump
900 pesos pour 4 nuits
nice campground , free kayak , camp kitchen , hot shower , power , fishing , snorkling.Report Check-In
Wonderful place. We camped there in our van for 100p per Night. Clean bathrooms. Very nice Beach there!Report Check-In
Really nice place, beach access, hot showers, community kitchen, hook ups. Carl was a super nice guy. 100 pesos. Dog friendly.Report Check-In
Beautiful views from cliff above a long beach. About 1km north of el sargento. Bathrooms/ hot showers/ and hookups. $20 beach view hookups and $10 for non hookups in back. Our front row site had broken electric so got for no hook up price. Beach is gorgeous with lots of kite boarders but sharp pebbly sand- not so pleasant.Report Check-In
Cost has increased, for full hookups it's now $14 usd or $224 pesos for full hookups. La ventana and el sargento are wind sport meccas. On a good day in December/January you'll see hundreds of kite surfers in the sea. There are about 4 spots that are big rig friendly. They're expanding the electric hookups To créate more full hook up sites. We parked in spot 14 which is the highest and in the corner. Two issues: we were right next to the water tank (water is gravity fed, not pressurized. We have a filter that requires at least 10psi to operate. It didn't work and so we didn't have any water :(. Other problem was the ground. It's sand. When we tried getting onto our leveling boards we dug a hole and had the duallies hurried to the rim really quickly. Otherwise it's a small quite campground. (Only go here if you need full hookups. There are two boondocking places to the north closer to the hot springs and the beach.Report Check-In
Nice little campground with full hook up, clean cold showers and toilets. The owner is a young guy called Oliver - very nice and helpful. You have a perfect beach view where you can see beautiful sunrises everyday. For kite freaks - you just can go down and enjoy the windy beach. We are more into MTB and the trail start is nearby - just follow the street and after 3-4km you'll see a sign on the right to enter into the trails. There is one loop signed out but furthermore some fun trails a bit further up - be careful with all the cacti ;)! The trails can also be used for trail running. Nice view on the valley - you'll love it! Start early as it is getting very hot! The campground with hook up is 150M$ and 100M$ w/o. We love it here!!!Report Check-In