Tabasco Beach Parking beside Cascade. 100Pesos/night. Pretty busy during the day. But quiet at night. 100m to the beach and a short walk to town.
Local and public beach parking lot. 30 pesos for parking, 300 to spent the night in RV or truck. Portapotties. From there you can rent sup, kayak or whatever to go to the arch. Many local families around come to spent the day in the beach.
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Beach parking lot by day, and you can pay more to stay the night. ~25-30ish minute walk to downtown. I paid 40 pesos for the whole day (the ticket stub said it was valid 7AM-7PM, but the gate guard said I had to be out by 9). I ended up staying till around 11:45PM with nobody bothering me, and I was one or the last 4-5ish cars in the lot. I get the impression I could have stayed the night (without paying the 300peso nightly rate) pretty easily if I wanted to.Report Check-In
300 pesos for 24 hours or 200 pesos for the day. Large lot, felt safe, it was nice being walking distance to everything. We were with a convoy that had 4 buses & we all fit with plenty of room. Was surprisingly quiet at night considering we were so downtown. We would stay here again in the future.
It looked like there was a free lot down the road on the right but we didn’t see it until after we left.
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Beach front camping in my RV. 300 pesos til tomorrow afternoon. Portapotties.Report Check-In
300 MX for us because we were “too big”. (Dodge Ram 3500 with flatbed pop up camper). Tired of driving so we stayed.Report Check-In
It is a huge parking area right next to the beach, for all kind of cars. You may stay for 24h, people at the entrance charge 200 Pesos. No facilities. Lots of Restaurants around. we felt safe.Report Check-In
200 pesos per night. 10 pesos for porta let. Excellent location and safe.Report Check-In
Lots of vendors on the beach.
Nice and quiet but we were here on a Monday so it may be different on a weekend. Great seafood at a near by restaurant called Cocos. No one else camping here this night but us.
100 pesos for day use, 150 pesos for 24 jours, too much noise, loud music, noisy. Nice place to park to get access to the beachReport Check-In
150 pesos for overnight-100 pesos for day use only
Full of vendors.
Fish Tacos at Tabasco Beach Resto are awfull.
Paid 100peso, beautiful landscape but overcrowded. We didn’t move since there were two more vans and having neighbours felt quite safe. Night was quiet.Report Check-In
spent here 2 nights, 150 MXC$ per night.
all day parking full, in the evening nobody there.
This is not a quiet place: on a monday night loud music until 11pm, starting again on 5am! Someone tried to break in our car, when we turned on the light he went away, nothing was stolen. We were lucky. So this is not a safe place.
Nice beach is very busy.
Ok for one night we got charged $150 pesos but ok for just sleepingReport Check-In
we stayed her lastnight (friday) with 2 other vans , paid 100pso on the way in through the gate. gard told us he will be here overnight and there is no noise or other people after 12pm when he locks the gate.
lots of familys and locals hanging out, music and beers all around but all in good fun and was slowly dieing out as we left at 11pm.
we walked to a salsa club and danced till 3am.
after walking back to the lot sure enough the gate was locked it was deadly quiet we where the only 3 cars in the lot. the gard unlocked the gate to let us back in.
we all sleped with the doors open on the vans to allow the breez through and felt 100% safe.
lot filled up in the morning as its a busy beach nothing to mentionhave been relaxing all day and will be here again tonight.
for us this has been a Gem for cabo , beach front, safe to leave cars late at night/ sleep, walking distance to town, relaxed.
perfect for van dwellers
Very simple place, empty dirt lot that allows overnight parking for 100 pesos and they do not take American dollars. Security makes it very safe and gates close and lock around midnight. The late night noise has been completely stopped. The police will come through around midnight to make sure everyone is being quiet and not bothersome. Absolutely no loud noise any time of night. It still is technically a public beach though so during the day you may get a large amount of weird/sketchy people and some noise.Report Check-In
200p to stay overnight, but after doing whal watching (bookable right on the beach for 50 USD), we drove away to Todos Santos. Did not feel safe enough here to stay for the night.Report Check-In
We were here on a Friday. Very busy. Till 9 Pm No much noise but then a lot of cars came in and put on Very loud music, each car Its own Sounds. People make a lot of noise too. Could’t sleep at all so we drove away at 12 Pm. Went to the big and free parkinglot Santa Maria a few miles east. Much much better and safe!!Report Check-In
Si quieren dormir, NO VAYAN A ESTE LUGAR. Pagamos $100 pesos para pasar la noche y habia 5 autos con la musica a todo lo que daba. Fuimos a reclamar y nos dijeron que era un lugar para ir a tomar y escuchar musica y nunca nos advirtieron de eso cuando les dijimos que queriamos dormir ahi.
Nos terminamos yendo a las 2 am a una estacion de servicio (por suerte nos devolvieron la plata, aunque al principio nos querian devolver la mitad)
En 5 meses de viaje es en el primer lugar de ioverlander que tenemos problemas
Very loud. Avoid if possible. Plenty of street parking which would be better. We tried to stay in the 20peso lot across the street in the hope that it’d be quieter, but the police kicked us out a midnight.Report Check-In
Spent the night in this lot, parked next to the wall. Paid 30 pesos for the night and 10 pesos to use the toilet.
There were trucks/cars coming and going all night blaring music. Can't say that we slept much or felt extremely safe.
Cheapest place in Cabo! Dirt parking lot between two beach resorts. Not the nicest parking lot but has a beautiful view to the ocean and the islands. We paid 20 pesos for overnight parking. Little blue outhouses are 10 pesos. To empty our cassette toilet in one was 20 pesos.
Its sunday morning now and there was a LOUD party outside of our wheeled house until 4-5am. Dont know about weekdays, but if you like sleeping in the night time then best avoided in weekends for sure.
Pretty decent. In the middle of luxury hotel. Rented bathrooms available to use. Little restaurants in the parking so you get to eat at site. Palapas for the sun available guess for the same price you just have to get one It looks crowed.Report Check-In
We paid 35m$ to park and we stayed all night. We were supposed to paid again at 7am but nobody asked for money when we left at 10am. We were there on a Sat night and people were having party all night until a storm starts at 4 am. Don't park too close to the beach but close to the wall because the ocean water can go near the parkinglot when there is a storm. There is guard all night at the entrance. We felt safe.Report Check-In