Trailer Park Los Cocos | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
8.8 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
espinosa2015

Amenities

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

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Description

Great trailer park with full hookups under palm trees with grass lawn throughout. The bar in front is named Bar Coco Loco. Walking distance to the beach and to town. I tent camped here for $100 pesos per person. Same price for motorhomes. Hot showers and clean bathrooms with 5 toilets in ladies restroom. Very quiet.

users traveling with a dog beware of the owner's German Shepherd. Not always friendly towards other dogs.

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Actually a beautiful very large (120 sites) RV Park. Meadow and palm trees. However, it has oodles of sand mosquitos. The stings you notice 12-24 hours later and these itch extremely. I had about 50 stings from 1 afternoon. Therefore, I can definitely NOT recommend this place. Even in the village, despite the stone floor, you get stung. The RV Park is for sale, so probably nothing is repaired at the showers. Of 3 men showers no one worked. Bathrooms very very old and mit nice. WiFi is ok. We paid 300 pesos for 1 night, 2 people + 6m Van.

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Bel emplacement sous l’eus cocotiers proche de la plage mais attention anciens marécages beaucoup de très petits moustiques. Coût 150 pesos. Je pense qu en venant de sayulita 15 kms avant il y a de meilleurs emplacements libre au bord de la mer

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50 pesos per person and we were the only ones here. the camping areas are immaculate, check in was easy and WiFi was slow but connected from anywhere on site. Showers are very hot, and not the cleanest but definitely not the worst we’ve seen

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Nice place good shade grounds were well kept. Close to restaurants. Restaurant on property wasn’t open when I was there. Some dogs barking and roosters crowing add to the atmosphere. Don’t forget bug spray place is for sale

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Nice place good shade grounds were well kept. Close to restaurants. Restaurant on property wasn’t open when I was there. Some dogs barking and roosters crowing add to the atmosphere. Don’t forget bug spray

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This place is permanently closed.

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we wanted to park here for the night but the place is now for sale and closed.

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quiet place, nothing special, we stood one night with camper, for 150/person. plenty mosquito also during day, at the bathroom they eat you... place needed some maintenance.

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esta bonito se me uso caro paramos 700 pesos

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Stayed 3 nights. The tiny mosquitos were bad in the morning and night, but their bites didn’t leave mark and weren’t itchy. Bathrooms not great but you can get a relatively hot shower. Wifi was good. Very quiet. Only saw 2 other campers. $150 per night weekend and $100 for weekday

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Stayed here plugged in and got eaten alive by bugs. The locals say the bugs keep the tourists away and they are right..so so right. Ouch

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La place est toujours à vendre, 3 douches pour femmes, une seule fonctionne avec à peine un filet d’eau. Pas de papier hygiénique, ni savon au lavabo. Nous sommes seul sur place. 150 pesos par personne.
Le seul point positif, la palmeraie et la tranquilité.
C’est un endroit ennuyant.
À l’instant où j’écris une grosse branche de palmier vient de tomber à 2 mètres de notre camper.
Un endroit très négligé excepter le gazon bien coupé

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Closed up tight with a for sale sign. Looks nice, hopefully it'll sell and reopen.

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This place is permanently closed.

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We wanted to be near town. pretty grass and palm trees. No wind so bugs thicker than elsewhere and stayed warm longer into the night. Beach area nearby had many Mexican families there for Epiphany. Fun to watch them celebrate.

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Drove past, looks closed.
Had a for sale sign in front.
Not taking it down, in case it reopen again.

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No one there. It seems closed. Saw a for sale sign.

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We do not recommend staying here. We stopped in here and were told it would be $400mxp for one night (150pp + 50 for each of our kids). We tried to negotiate but they would not, even though there was not a single other person in the campground. We checked Stoners but decided it would be too loud for our family and returned to camp here. After we parked we were told that we would have to move our vehicle because “it was facing the wrong direction”! We said we needed to face this direction so we would be in the shade but they insisted we must turn our vehicle. Again, we were the ONLY vehicle in the entire campground! We could not believe the way they were treating their only guests, so we left.
We recommend driving 15 minutes south to El Chaco. Cheaper, on the beach, great pool.

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Just a very bad place !!! Expensive, full of sandflies, bad owner, dirty bathroom,... but alone

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Almost empty in late February, only two other rigs. We were charged Mx150 for no hookup. Shower good, absolutely full of sandflies. Very ordinary meal on the town square, El Pesadito, one star. We are told there are fewer bugs further south so we are off!

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price is MXP 150 pp now, stayed at the empty parking lot around the corner instead (free)

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Super unfriendly lady-owner!!!

Doesn’t let anyone but customers use the showers, even when I offered money...despite that there were only 2 rigs on the entire ground. :(

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We stayed here for one night with our camper. This is a nice place with a lot of coco that you can take if it's the season. The woman is nice and speaks english. Bathroom and toilets were ok. Full of mosquitoes! Full hook-up. 200 pesos, prices are increasing!

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200 pesos, wouldn't negotiate. Beautiful place, and pretty close to the beach. Bugs weren't bad during the day, though they do like to congregate in the bathroom.

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stayed Oct 26. only camper in the park.

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Beautiful grounds, walking distance to the beach. pay at the bar, 200 pesos per night. bathrooms/shower has no door, and it is rough, but not terrible by Mexican standards. they are building a new bathroom building, but it might be ready in 2027 at the rate of construction. Wi-Fi is super fast. good value, I'd stay again. bring bug spray, San Blas is buggy everywhere, especially near grass and on the beach. I am the only camper in the park, Oct 26.

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At 2 pm already mosquito alert. We didn't stay.

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Is this really better than on the beach? Even at daytime we were eaten alive and the (disgusting dirty) bathrooms and showers were full of mosquitoes too. And no wind ...

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Pulled up and with 10s ive got many mosquitos on me. Turned around amd checked in a hotel up the rd. Also I couldn't see any shade in the mid after for my hammock.

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Good spot. Beautiful trees and grass. Pay at the bar in the front. Fast wifi. Showers where oke, the facility could use a upgrade. Paid 200 for 2 persons. Prepare for mosquitoes!!!

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Clean grassy grounds. Very pretty place to be. We set up our slack line between the palm trees, and watched the resident iguana sun himself each day. Very convenient to beach and town. Women's bathrooms were ok, men's bathrooms not as ok. No water pressure in showers but had hot water. Paid $200 pesos per night to the bar man at the restaurant out front. Some construction going on at the site, but didn't diminish the lovely atmosphere of the place. Hopefully they are building a more modern
bathhouse :)

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Fantastic camp site! Large grass area with loads of gorgeous palm trees for shade. Super fast wifi, hot showers. Yes, some mossies here but way better than the beach, which is a couple of minutes walk. Town is only a short stroll away too. 100P per person per night, but great value. Can't understand why this place isn't packed?!

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Great park as far as RV parks are concerned. Nice shady sites under coconut trees, and on nice comfy grass. 180 pesos with power and water whether you need them or not, relatively hot showers, a few do not work, clean bathrooms, and good wifi. We were the only campers there. A few minutes walk to the beach and Centro. Visit nearby Taqueria El Guiinas for great tacos, quesadillas and tortas. The sand flies and mini-mosquitos are fierce in the whole San Blas area, and the bites are not only very itchy but some people can develop severe reactions so be prepared with bug spray and possibly some anti-histamine medication.

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We paid 200 pesos for 2 people and the truck. The lady we originally talked to quoted us 230 but her husband at the bar gave us the hook up I guess. Big green grass lot. Restaurant and bar in front. We meet some fellow overlanders and we had the whole place to ourselves. It was rather loud at night and especially in the morning. Lots of mosquito and sand flys.

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excelente camping. pagamos por uma noite 180 pesos

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Great trailer park with 120 full hookups under palm trees with grass lawn throughout. The bar in front is named Bar Coco Loco. Walking distance to the beach and to town. I tent camped here for $180 pesos per . Same price for motorhomes. Hot showers and clean bathrooms with 5 toilets in ladies restroom. Very quiet.

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