This resort essentially caters to long term vacationers who build shacks around their RV's, but there is a Nice enough parking lot for RV's or campers (relatively small number of camping spots). $50 us per night for RV's. No Internet is available for campers. The hotel is nice with bathtubs and a small kitchen area and quite fast Internet hotspots in each room. Hotel rooms look out over the ocean and are cleaned daily. The pool is clean and refreshing and is included in the camp/hotel fees. We negotiated a 30% discount on hotel fees as we were staying for 5 days, but the price still amounted to 1300 peso per night.
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Van Travelers, we paid 200 pesos/pp
Electricity & water point are available, also showers and toilets. The price for camping one night allows you to use the palapa & restaurant facilities.
The beach is beautiful & quiet. Definitely worth staying longer after checkout at 12 to enjoy the facilities and stretch the price as much as possible.
The restaurant sells very bad filtered coffee, no choices for milk 50 pesos each. We asked for hot water and they also charge 50 pesos per cup….!
To van travelers I recommend to come and tell them at the gate you want to go to the restaurant, get a coffee and use facilities all day till they close and head off somewhere else.
Great stay here right on the coast. It was 200pesos pp. So for us in a van it cost 400pesos each night. It did seem like there were some varied prices and it took a little talking to settle at 200pp. We were able to plug in and have shade from the palms. Seems like 10 or so spots for transit visitors. Would recommend for a spot between Cancun and Tulum.Report Check-In
One of the rare camping with facilities atbthe Riviera Maya. We stayed twice and enjoyed the nice atmosphere with expats from the US and Canada who lives here. Restaurant good with friendly staff, nice beach.Report Check-In
Big RV spots with hookups if you need... those are 50 usd a night. I have a van and was told it is 200 pesos for camping for 1, beach access, and super secure. Might be the only place around that offers beach access for Rv/ campers. Very very nice community of expats around as well ❤️Report Check-In
Bem localizado. Bonito, com uma linda piscina e um ótimo restaurante. Água não potável, energia (30 amperes) e esgoto. Banheiros e chuveiros (água fria). Não tem Wi-fi.🇧🇷Report Check-In
Stayed for two nights as we did not know where to go. Way too overpriced. Dirty sanitary facilities. Dont let them park you right in front of the office, there are more places on the peoperty and there is construction work going on all day.Report Check-In
Muy bonito sitio para estar pero caro a nivel USA, 50 usd por noche. Tiene duchas de agua caliente, baños limpios y restaurante que cierra a las 20:00.
El lugar tiene hotel y Cabañas tipo palapas en las cuales los Canadienses y Estadounidenses han metido sus motorhomes y han construido . Hay un local en el que puedes alquilar equipo de buceo y kayaks, pero no lo recomiendo, la persona que lo lleva es un poco especial .
Very expensive campground for Mexico but correct for Riviera Maya... 50$US/ night. Full hookup, clean pool and restaurant.Report Check-In
Nice campground if you like retired Americans with cabanas over there motor homes and no Mexicans except those paid 100 pesos per day to work. Payment is in US dollars direct to their US dollar account with Scotiabank. 20% tax if you pay in Pesos indicating that this is not Mexico but an American town. Move to Florida rather than live here. Terrible seaweed problem over the entire Maya riviera I will never return to Quintana Roo or the Yucatan as the entire region is actually owned by Americans. I visited 40 years ago and Playa del Carmen was a nice Mexican town now little reason to leave the US to visit same experience in Florida at a cheaper cost. Owners wanted to charge me $50 US to use there dump station because I did not stay a minimum of 3 nights. No showers or wifi. Grotesque place.Report Check-In
The beach is so nice. Many fishes to see snorkeling just a few meters from the beach. So I come back for 3 nights more even if it's very expensive.
Very clean bathrooms with lights by night now.
Good cocktails at the bar/restaurant.
50 US $ per night. Water and electricity at site. Sewer included only if you stay 3 nights or more. Very nice beach. No Wi-Fi. No light in bathrooms at night. Very expensive for what you get but no many options on Riviera Maya.Report Check-In
Paid 400 pesos a night for our truck camper. The camping site is good enough with trees, electricity and water. You hear the exhaust fan from the restaurant on your site.
The privat beach is nice, facility is very clean. The treasure of this place for us is that you are able to walk several km's on a nice trail and/or along the water to several small, secluded beaches. We enjoyed exploring.
The sites are $50/night, but the pool and beach are beautiful. Has a restaurant. We did not eat there.Report Check-In
Il y a que très peu d'emplacement 3 ou4et une construction en cours au milieu,un vrai chantier ,on nous a proposé une place sur le parking face à la réception ( le parking)pour le même prix!!
Nous sommes partis
This is an easy R V park to enter!! Lots of long term units . NO WiFi strange for a place like this and did I mention it is expensive $50.00 / night with alittle discount if you stay a week. Beautiful beaches pool and a restaurant that is expensive too!! But it is Cancun area!!!Report Check-In
Great campground. Only 400 pesos if want to plug in but don't have a/c. Clean washrooms and showers. Restaurant right in front of main camping area is only cash. Great snorkeling, but not the best for just swimming like in Tulum; too much rock and coral. No wifi.Report Check-In
Prix fixes et affichés 47.50$US par nuit pour deux adultes. Pas de prix supplémentaires pour les enfants.
Oui c'est plus cher qu'ailleurs, mais pour les VR plus longs, c'est très acceptable. Le terrain est plat et de niveau, très sécuritaire, avec piscine et plage a accès direct. Eau, électricité 30 ampères et égout sur la majorité des terrains. Quelques uns ont pas le drainage. Nous y avons passé la semaine. Service de buanderie vient chercher vêtements et les livrer au camping après. Épicerie très complète à quelques km à Puerto Aventuras.
***DO NOT GO*** after paying USD$47 PER NIGHT they tried to make us pay another 900 pesos ($45US) just to leave!!! They shouted at us and tried to scare us into paying. They threatened to call the police and so when we encouraged them to do so, they finally let us leave. SCAM ARTISTS!!!
Full of garbage, expensive restaurant.
Don't go :(
TRES CHER :( 47,25$ US par nuit. Electricite 30 amp. Eau. Toilette et douche. PAS DE WI-FI. Petite plage. Piscine. Resto-Bar. VERY EXPENSIVE 47,25$ US, Electricity 30 amp. Water. Restroom with hot shower. NO Wi-Fi. Small beach. Pool. Resto-Bar.Report Check-In
It's an expensive place. We paid 600m$ per night for 2 people n motor home. No wifi n conditional electricity ie no use for air con. Hmmmmm good points we were able to go diving from here which was good. Beach walk is nice n relaxing . Toilets restaurant pool and generally a good place for 1-2 nights. There are only handful RV parking spots as mostly permanent folks from USA. Can get busy during day with locals in pool. At night avoid the guy parked with tent playing tv all night.Report Check-In
530MX per night with electric and water. Expensive, but we need to plunk for 9 nights before flying home for Christmas. Andrea (who turns out to be the owner's daughter) started off wanting $47 USD (817 MX) per night for full hook up, and eventually came down to 600, then gave us a night free as we're staying 9 nights. She said "NO" to any dump station. But, as we've gotten to know a few people here, they all said to just head up any of the "streets" and find a unit with a sewer hookup that isn't being used. Everyone does that apparently. We are steps from the beach, on level ground. Excellent restaurant with reasonable prices. Very clean bathrooms with hot showers. It's the Mayan Riviera. Not really any other choices. We tried Xpu-Ha but trees too low and sites quite crowded and no dump station at all.Report Check-In
this is a nice trailer park with vacation homes and a restaurant. the area for camping is small, but will fit big rigs. if there are a lot of other campers then it will be very close quarters. this place is expensive, about 600 pesos per night, but does have 30 amp power and full hook ups. but NO wifi. there is a restaurant and bar with average food. options are limited in this area unfortunately. don't do it unless you have to or don't have to worry about money :)Report Check-In
Great camping with lots of shade, restaurant, swimming pool and private beach access. The only problem is the internet. No wifi for campers, just in the cabañas. Full hookup Paid 330 MXP per night.Report Check-In
Pool & residents here are lovely. It's like a like an rv park / retirement community / commune all rolled into one! The path to the north of the park will bring you to a great beach!Report Check-In
Ok camping with water and electricity. Restrooms are mostly clean and hot showers available. Dogs are only allowed on leash and not on the beach. Beach is very close and another remote beach approx 3km where a small trail exists. 300pesos for one night. Sometimes loud cause lots of people come to the restaurant and use the swimming pool too. Quiet at night. Security everywhere but they do not disturb you.Report Check-In
Wanted 47 US for a space in the car park! Negotiated down to 300 peso's / night with no electricity / water or wifi. Pool and restaurant OK, Cenote diving with Mario from Scuba Mex sensational. Disappointed with the park, but was worth the stay for the diving alone. Mario was magnificent as a guide through 2 local Cenote's. Nothing was too much trouble for him and his knowledge and attitude to safety exemplary.Report Check-In
150 per person is a bit too much for this parking lot. The amenities are nice and the beach is close by. There is a small pool and a nice restaurant.Report Check-In
This spot was a little bit more expensive than we ha all hoped for (we had our campervan, some friends had their Toyota truck and another family had a 22 foot Rv) but we had all needed the break from traveling before we parted ways. We were able to negotiate the price a bit as we were all checking in at the same time, so it got a little bit cheaper (especially since my gal and I were checking into the hotel for our own reasons). At that price we paid for the hotel (5 nights) they should have let our friends stay for free. The camping is directly in front of the main office and with all the security, very safe. To the last party who said that they were told to put out the charcoal fire next to their tent - of course they would! There are children playing throughout the park! We found the staff pleasant all around and spent a couple nights just sitting around in the camping area having drinks and sharing laughs. We had the room, so we shared our Internet, which I do think they should offer a a service to the campers but do not. Despite the price, it is a nice place to spend a couple days (even though the snorkeling and beach are not too exciting). Pleasant enough!Report Check-In
A nice campground with all sorts of facilities about 15 km south of Playa del Carmen. Beach here is nice (but small), but you can walk to other beaches that are even more remote. You can also snorkel here, although we found that it isn’t great.Report Check-In
This place caters to long-term RVers and the management was quite rude to us. You can get internet only if you sign up for a very expensive one month plan. We made a small charcoal fire on the dirt near our tents and in the middle of cooking dinner we were told to put it out. There are much nicer and cheaper places further south.Report Check-In