4 pesos per gallon. Fill up with hose on the left.
12 pesos per garafón.
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Right place to go in town to fill your potable water tank. Very easy, cheap and friendly.Report Check-In
Very easy and friendly. We filled up 2, 1 gallon jugs, and 2 5 gallon jugs for about 30 pesos. They did have a hose as well, but we just took them to a window while he filled them. Easy!Report Check-In
Great spot! Friendly, efficient, and open on Sundays (we tried Purificadora de Agua San Marcos, Baja Pura and Ecopura Planta Purificadora and they were all closed on Sunday!). they also let our toddler use their staff bathroom, which was sweet.Report Check-In
Closed on Sundays, try Agua San Marcos, the only one open on Sundays and you can operate via coin to fill your own jugsReport Check-In
Got purified water here. Reverse osmosis. Potable water! Cheap. We paid 24 Pesos for about 50 litres. Friendly. Quick. Pulled out a hose to fill our camper.Report Check-In
23p for 23L + 11L jugs
cheap and clean
whoever is getting ripped off and upset - hablo un poco espanol!
No fix price. I don’t know how these vendors charge. We arrived in the evening and the middle age lady said 5p / gallon. But they were closing so we were told to return 8am tomorrow.
We returned next day, the gentleman in blue tshirt uniform decided 3p/ gallon. We had our rv tank filled . Then we gave him a 10litre container and he said 1p/ litre. 1ltr=4.54gallon.
So if you do the math, it’s cheaper if you are filling by the gallons or calculate by gallons instead of liters. In the end, it isn’t much in the grand scheme of things but we don’t like it that they choose to charge whatever price to different people?
The water taste fine, they had a water hose hooked up which we used. There is a meter inside the room which you can watch - and we did so they didn’t ‘round up’ the final cost.
It’s tricky for big rigs . We had to turn at next block and return from the back to position at the water station. Cables hang low when you turn into those blocks and may hit your roof. Also, often other automobiles are parked in the side street where you need to park to fill. We had to wait for someone to move their vehicle . Not ideal. I suggest go elsewhere .
Filled our RV tank (we could attach our own hose) and other containers. 66 peso voor ~80 liters.Report Check-In
Relatively easy in and out, had a hose (manguera). Filled 3/4 of our RV tank for 60 pesos.Report Check-In
Pulled my trailer on the side street, next to the building. If water truck is there, they will move it. The window closest to the side street has the hookups inside it. Brought hose but they had one ready. 25 gallons cost $72p Gentleman at the other slider window will collect your money and give you a receipt. Happy TravelsReport Check-In
90 pesos for 30 gallons via hose. Quick and easy!Report Check-In
$15pesos for 23L containers.
Parking directly out front.
Purified water right on main drag into town. 35 gallons for 90 pesos.Report Check-In
17 galons for 44m$. They took the hose to fulfîl our tank and bottles. Good service.Report Check-In