Quebrada de los Cuervos | Established Campground



7 months ago
277.6 masl


Running Water
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50uyu/ person administration fee to the gorge, 55 uyu for camping per person. No electricity but water. nice. good information at the admin office. barbeque places, toiletts, shower. was quiet as not many people stayed here overnight. If you drive trough the park to the farm where the cascada is you can buy milk, eggs, meat and the have a little restaurant. Restaurant not open all year round.


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The park is closed monday and tuesday, this means you only can camp from wednesday to saturday. Sunday afternoon they close.

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peaceful, nice view, toilets. We were two European campers, plenty of space. 220 Pesos for 2 people and 1 car for one night.

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Très bien. Accueil chaleureux.
En pleine nature.
Nous y avons passé 2 jours.
Visite de la Quebrada très intéressante.

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hermoso lugar con. miradores y senderos espectaculares!
abierto de jueves a domingos de 8 a 16hs

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the price is currently U$100 pp.
IMO, this park is not worth the detour from the coastal road. great to get out of the car if you're passing through the country, but I'd recommend to stay south.

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Campground is still closed. They don't know when or if they will reopen. Park is open for the hike. We were allowed to stay in front of the administration office for one night . Clean toilets.

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The official campsite was closed but we were allowed to camp directly in front of the entry to the national park. There are clean toilets with a tab to fill your water tank with potable water.

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Stayed the first weekend in Semana Santa. Entrance was UR$110 per night camping plus UR$100 for the park. i.e. UR$320 for two nights. Moto plus tent. From what I've read here it looks like I paid for 2 people even though I was solo plus moto.

The restaurant was open by the guys from El Capricho and oshoasis.net

No electric but for UR$20 you can plug into a generator if there is one there.

Needless to say, no Wifi.

Cold showers. Many people built campfires on the grass but there was no music.

A sign at the gate indicates no dogs.

Unusual to not hear barking dogs through the night for a change.

There's a road to cascada y laguna that leads to a snack hut that serves cakes and coffee etc. also, accessible directly from the road about 100m north of the Quebrada de los Cuervos entrance.

The viewpoint is worth a look and the 3km hike is worth a couple of hours down into the gorge and back which finishes at that same viewpoint. You can see how rough and steep the last section is before embarking on it. This last segment is the toughest. The hike basically goes down to the river and back up again.

Even though there was a lot of people, it was quiet for sleeping.

The camping area is mainly on aslope but there are flat areas around. There are few trees for shade but it's mostly grassy field.

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This place is amazing! The administrator let us camp for free because we are sleeping in our vehicle. It is only around US $2 anyway. Nice toilets, showers, wash bins, fire pit, picnic tables, and to top it off we are the only ones here! Amazing place to camp!

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Nice place. We have it all to ourselves! Nice bathrooms especially the one near the admin building. Grass needs to be cut but that’s about it. Nice covered shelter with bench’s and tables, lots of areas to camp and they can accomodate anything, tent, van, camper or motor homes! Running water, flushing toilets and showers, cold but they are showers. Nice trails and very peaceful. Sweet location and only 50 per person. Way better than anything else around.

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Such a nice place for camping. All facilities are clean. Price is still 60 uyu pp for camping and 50 uyu pp entrance fee for the park. They didn‘t charge for the second night (off-season???).

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Nice campground, with potable water. The close hiking tour was a little harder that expected, wear good shoes! (2h from the camping & back) But what a view, definitely worth it!
The 20km road to there is a really bad gravel road. If you come from the other side (not trom treinta y tres, but from the west side) the road is even worse. But nice views.
The camping costs 60 pesos per person per night, 50 for the national park.

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Park is now open every day of the year, also in low season (june - august). Low season price: entry 30 pesos pp, camping 33 pesos p.p. High season: entry 50 pesos, camping 55 pesos.
Very nice campground.

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Beautiful campground. Simple but clean toilets and cold showers. 2km from campground starts trail of 3 km with steep decline, but roped. Very nice.

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24 km unsurfaced access road was ok for our 2wd 6 ton van.
500m boardwalk with an amazing (for Uruguay!) view of a gorge and river.
Longer walking trails available to waterfall and lake (poor signposting, check route with warden)
Access cost is 50 pesos per person. Camping appears to be free: squat toilets, cold showers, covered area with tables and benches, open fires.
Camping area is sloping, with bushes and small trees (got waterlogged after prolonged rain when we were there)

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It is 20 km from the main street to the park.
In June July and August only open from Thursday to Sunday.
Bathrooms very clean. Very quiet place.
The river is 4 km away from the park entrance. You drive 2 km, leave the car and then walk about 2 km to the river.

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50uyu/ person administration fee to the gorge, 110uyu for our camper incl us two/ night. nice. good information at the admin office. barbeque places, toiletts, shower. was quiet as not many people stayed here overnight

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