Camping Unquehue | Established Campground

Argentina

Details

Last Visited: 14 days ago
GPS: -40.75920, -71.65374
Altitude: 873.9 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: No
Sanitation Dump Station: No

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Description

Prices went up! It’s now 500 for 2 pax and a tent. Large, kind of central Villa La Angostura campsite. Each site has power, but there's no wifi. Quiet hours' between 12 and 7am. Despite the size, this campsite fills up quickly, even on weekdays. The supermarket is right next door. They also rent rooms in a building in front of the campground. Wifi works near that building but not on campground

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Super well run, very organized and clean though it is busy. Facilities are great and there are several young staff at reception eager to chat with you in English. Not cheap but this is a premium location in an upscale market- we paid 3,500 for two including camper in January 2022. Highest price we had ever paid in all South America until we went to San Martin the next day - where it was more again (and without the friendly service )!

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Muito bom! Água quente, pontos de luz para energia elétrica, com churrasqueiras individuais e torneira! Não tem Wi-Fi.

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Camping un poco más caro que los demás de la zona. $1000.- por persona, no tiene wifi. baños bien ducha caliente las 24hs.
si buscas intimidad, no es el lugar.
Camping a little more expensive than the others in the area. $ 1000.- per person, it does not have WiFi. Bathrooms Well hot shower 24 hours. If you are looking for privacy it is not the place.

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Hot water. Clean toilets. Good showers. 220v.

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Very friendly staff. Clean facilities. But crowded and noisy. 550 per person, same price for kids, PLUS 800 pesos for van! No wifi. //
Muy amable, servicios limpios, pero mucha gente y ruido. 550 pesos cada uno, incluso niños, MAS 800 para la camioneta! No hay wifi.

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We ask for the shower, and they tell us that the price is 250pesos. Too much for us.
Preguntamos por las duchas y nos dijeron que eran 250 pesos. Demasiado...

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Excelent campground. A little expensive for a couple on a RTT. 1.300ARS. But ok, good showers and barbecues for a healthy dinner!

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El único camping cercano al pueblo, es caro pero lo vale. Los baños están limpios y son enormes, hasta uno tiene bidet. Nos cobraron 400 pp y 100 la carpa. Cada zona de acampar tiene su mesa, parrilla y electricidad. Lo que no me gustó fue que hay avisos de hacer silencio total y no aceptan mascotas.

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Camping is okay, with nice hot showers. WiFi only works near the entrance and is not the best. We stayed one night, 900pp in total for two person with bikes. Supermarket right next to the entrance as well as Verdureria.

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They are open in off-season (August) but still charge 900 pesos for two people and a car. We left. For that money you almost get a warm (!!) hotel room.

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$900 per night, we are two and a small 4*4. Did not stay there.

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Big, good but expensive campsite. The toilet building is very big, there are lots of toilets, sinks and showers. Each side has its own picnic table and fire pit. There is a big supermarket and gas station next door. The wifi only works next to the apartments that are in front of the campsite and they told us it was only available for international guest. We paid 800 pesos in total for two persons (300 per person) and a small campervan (200 pesos). This was 21 usd at the time. The price for a tent should be a bit cheaper, for a big rig a bit more. This was the most expensive campsite we had in 2,5 weeks but I think it is an expensive village and there weren’t that many options for a campervan.

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expensive Campsite!!!

300 pesos per person per night, 250 pesos for your car (one time fee) and 100 pesos per tent (one time fee). supermarkets are close,bathrooms clean and good, campsites have portable water and electricity and they respect the night time. Can't really recommend it tho. too pricey but almost the only option.

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Nice, clean and organized camping near Villa Angostura main street. Bathrooms are the best ones we found since we entered in Argentina. Hot water even to wash the dishes and clothes. Very good structure. Prices are expensive, we paid 1800 pesos for 2 adults, but for one night, the location and for all the camping offers, its worth it.

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Good camping area, near the lake, very friendly staff. 250 pp. Best showers so far, really hot water in this cold city. Quietly at night. There’s no shelters for tents, but they have electricity and water near every bench.

This is the entrance point, do not follow the other location, gps may go wrong.

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$770 pesos for two adults, 1 kid in truck camper....and no wifi. Looked nice but we passed because of price.

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650 for big rig and 2 P. Is the most expensive campground found in Argentina so far, this is low season , only one other camper here, gets pretty cold at night but bathroom is not heated, nice trees and grassy area with tables and bbq , electric and hot shower and clean, but still way too expensive

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It's all true. Expensive and no flair. Ok for a night. 620 peso for a camper and a family of four!

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500 pesos for 2 ppl and a tent, no wifi. We cycled here and arrived late in need of electricity to recharge our batteries but I wouldn’t recommend it. Way too expensive for what it offers and still a bit out of town

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expensive! but close to town and hot showers all day. Administration is what You might rather expect on a campsite in Europe: First time in argentina that we have been told where to camp/park. Slots are rather tight and small but with water, Bench/table and Grill. also First time we had to pay for our 3year old kid. clean, nice campground, great, spacy bathrooms and fascilities, quiet at night and during the day... No WiFi. thats what You Neef to know.

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The guy asked for 510!!! for 1 person with a vehicle. no idea how he got that price, I left.

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ótimo camping. 590 pesos para 2 pp e o motorhome! caro mas justo. excelente banheiro com água quente 24h, até para lavar a louça, bem dividido, bem localizado, organizado, limpo

Great camping. 590 pesos for 2 pp and the motorhome! expensive but fair. excellent bathroom with 24h hot water, even dishwasher, well divided, well located, organized, clean.

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180pp and 60 for the tent. WiFi near the buildings on entrance road. Network: Dormas, Password: Unque

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420p for 2 people with a tent (and bikes) in october 2017.

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Completely empty during a weekend in December, most likely reason: the price! 460 pesos for 2 people, a tent and a car.
It's a big field with way too many sites. Not nice. We left.

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Large, central Villa La Angostura campsite. $350pn for two with a (small) campervan. Good, clean facilities. Each site has power, but there's no wifi for campers (plenty of options in town). 'Quiet hours' between 12 and 7am. Despite the size, this campsite fills up quickly, even on weekdays. The supermarket is right next door.

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Certainly the most expensive at Ar$190 for one person plus a motorcycle. Best bathrooms so far. You can throw a stone to Todo supermarket and La Anonima is just up the road. BUT...can you believe it... NO!!! WiFi!

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