Motel and RV park with some hookup sites. Clean bathrooms with hot showers although very small hot water tank, free wifi Price: 10
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Decent place, off the highway, southbound side. 300 pesos for full hook ups (110, water, septic). Looks good for all rig sizes, plenty of room. Highway noise is a negative. Certainly a good spot to overnight and resupply in CD constitutionReport Check-In
Full hookups $300 pesos though we did not even try to hook into the electric box as it is just a regular plug in. Right on the road. Easy to find. It will work for a sleepover.Report Check-In
Works out for large rigs. Room to dry camp or hook up. Owner is helpful and knows the area. Was quiet. Would have been nice to have dog poop picked up.Report Check-In
Stayed one night on my way south. Mike was a great host, clean tidy and safe. Near the highway but not much traffic between 10pm-5am and slept great. 200 for the night no hookups. For sure will stay again.Report Check-In
RV Park is open. Very basic but ok. We paid 200 pessos for 1 night and 2 people with 8 meter mobile.Report Check-In
The RV park is besides a busy road and a bit dusty but overal the site is clean and tidy. We were the only ones here and the owner cleaned the toilets when we arrived. There is not much shade but we parked next to a tree and the bathrooms, it was very nice.
We payed $200 for the night and felt very safe here. We didn't see any dogs on site that day
Do not expect much. We arrived looking for full hookups and an English speaking gentleman recommended using one of 2 sites near the bathrooms. And yes, there was a spigot for water and an electrical box but while the water spigot worked, the electrical did not. The box was rusted, not secured and looked like an electrical hazzard. We tried 2 more sites. Same. We left. This location could be great. Needs maintenance and TLC.Report Check-In
Quiet, nobody but me. Safe. Nice place to stay over before going on 200 pesos dryReport Check-In
Located on west side of Mex 1 just south of the city. Level dirt lots with full hooks ups and 15 amp electric that worked. $300 pesos per night. We stayed in their back lot, very little highway noise. Would stay again.Report Check-In
We just sleep one night on the road.
It do the job, 200 pesos and I take water and dump.
We feel safe.
Quiet at night.
Nothing special but good and safe for 1 night. Dry camping costs 11 USD or 200 pesos. We were alone here.Report Check-In
good place to sleep from long driving. we paid 200 pesos for full hookups. it has showers, the water is not hot, but good enough. they also did laundry for us. we didnt really know how much they charge per kilo, we paid 155 pesos for a full bag of laundry. which is about the same of what paid at laundromat in the us. we enjoyed our stay here.Report Check-In
Pretty quiet place although quite close to the road. 2 people and a van 200 pesos. Wifi terribly slow and yes the guy’s racist.Report Check-In
This place is basic and no frills but we have been comfortable and very happy with our choice to stop. The owner is friendly (blunt but not offensive in any way and totally cool), the staff didn’t speak much English but they’re sweet and helpful. We haven’t used the showers yet but the full hookups at the sites are lovely. It’s the perfect spot to stop over and break up the long trip south to la Paz.Report Check-In
We had a completely different experience and will never stay here again! We’ve been traveling for 5 months already and this was the worst experience ever! The owner, an English guy, is a racist, sexist and very sleazy! He calls women hoes (a woman drove by with her two kids and waved hello to us, and Mike was quickly to declare her as a disgusting prostitute), emigrants a disease that destroys a country (he’s an emigrant himself😮) and is very obvious with his dislike to some nationalities. He also has 3 dogs, two which are very friendly, and one which isn't. He informed us that his one dog will rip people apart if he doesn't like the look of us and that he already had to put one dog down for attacking people.. this dog roams free by the way. The campsite was like many other in Mexico, just more cockroaches but sometimes you have to say no to peoples beliefs to make a change!!!Report Check-In
Mike is very friendly and chatty. The site is a big flat open space by the road. There's not much shade and some traffic noise but facilities are good. Showers available but hot water not working when we were there. Wi-Fi is slow but useable. $200M for dry camp.Report Check-In
Spent a very enjoyable evening here. Parked right next to the WiFi zone with beautiful plants and lighting. $200 for dry camp and use of the dump station.Report Check-In
Esta bien para pasar la noche, es seguro y tiene todos los serviciosReport Check-In
Good stop. Friendly, English owner. Very helpful. Hot shower, WiFi ok but doesn't reach to sites. Dry camped 190 pesos.Report Check-In
We paid 190pesos for one night for two people in a VW van. Wifi is correct and shower too.Report Check-In
Good clean RV park, hot showers. Good wifi. Super friendly owner. Had beers and talked Baja racing. Several other campers. $10 dry campReport Check-In
Good place if you are travelling north or south. Showers and restrooms ok. WIFI only at the tree by the office but ok.Report Check-In
Mike the owner is great and friendly with great advice for travels. Site is clean and level. Bathrooms ok. Wi fi is moderate. Safe location and near the whales.Report Check-In
We stayed here on our way south and back on our way north after 4 months. Good water to fill in your tank (better than La Paz). Electrical & sewage also available. Bathrooms are outdated but very clean. Wifi by cute little area close to office. Felt safe at all times. Ciudad Constitucion is not a destination city, but we make a point to stay here because we love chatting with the owner Mike who is very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. 240 pesos for full hook ups. Good place to stay and leave your RV if going to Lopez Mateo or San Carlos to see the whales for the day.Report Check-In
$10 for a night, no hook ups.However water is available for a small fee or pay for full hook ups.Free WiFi available under a beautiful tree in their garden with lovely dogs.Hot showers!Report Check-In
We paid $11usd for dry camp. Barely anyone else in this dusty parking lot. Hot water at clean, old showers. Road noise whizzing by but if your tired you hardly notice. It's a place to sleep.Report Check-In
convenient, owner is super friendly and very chatty, free (slow) wifi, hot showers, electric and water hookups – CONS: just a big parking lot off the highway, owner is super friendly and very chatty (What? This can be a pro and a con… we left almost an hour later than we were planning due to the chattiness) – 13 USD/nightReport Check-In