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This spot wasn’t on iOverlander, I found it by scouting Google Maps satellite photos for beaches with accessible roads. Lots of perfectly flat land to camp, lots of friendly locals using the beach.
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We used the satellite pics from google to find the road to here, great beach with big waves and amazing sunset. However we overnighted Saturday to Sunday so it was super busy! OTVs until 7pm then plenty of locals came to chill on the beach (was quiet since 10 pm). In the morning even more cars arrived from like 5am - mostly fishermen. Some 30 cars here right now (it’s 6:30 am)Report Check-In
I honestly do t know why anyone would stay at any other of the listings within 40km. This is a huge beach. Big arroyo. Sure. There’s traffic from ATV, etc during the day. And sundays many locals have family day. But after sunset everyone leaves. I was all by myself from 7pm until @9:30 am. Possible to find shade in the afternoon (if you’re small) and then move into overnight position to have shade in the morning. Total waste of an hour looking at the other spots close le to TS. I just came back hereReport Check-In
Pulled in here just after dark; app map took me right to it. Lots of different camping sites, but pay attention to the OHV trail patterns. Banked turns indicate high speed and dust whenever a buggy passes. Beautiful big beach with STEEP water entry, probably dangerous for swimming. OHVs weren't too bad. Nice contrast to the craziness of Cabo. Good cell signal.Report Check-In
from the north go to the right just before the bend. drive along the few houses and keep left: to the beach . we stayed here for two nights. one afternoon full of ATV 's, rest quiet with locals, camels and some horseback riding. a very big place to camp, with bushes for privacy and against wind. beautifull beach with wonderfull big waves but dangerous and not for swimming or what so ever.Report Check-In
Nice place. All Locals very friendly. Same groups with ATV‘s but that’s no problem. Good to stay for same nights. No other Campers was here. Good Cell Service Telcel.Report Check-In
Sandy and dusty Beach, this is the place where all buggy and quads vehicles came to play! It goes on the all day from 9am to sunrise! Not the quietest place to stay, ok for one night (if you don't mind all the dust)Report Check-In
Stayed a few days on the open beach. The sand is fairly drivable, lots of locals come here to fish and watch the ocean. I had a suv and trailer, my buddy had a class c camper.Report Check-In
This spot wasn’t on iOverlander, I found it by scouting Google Maps satellite photos for beaches with accessible roads. Lots of perfectly flat land to camp, lots of friendly locals using the beach.Report Check-In