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MODERATOR NOTE: No overnight camping allowed, please respect the wishes of the locals.
The residents of this neighborhood (retirees from North America) do not want travelers in vans, RVs, RVs, parking here overnight. You will be quickly spotted and people from the neighborhood will come to ask you questions and ask to leave.
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We slept here with our camper. Small area of houses. If you park north far from highway it’s quiet. Two canadian ladies came to ask us if we had autorisation to sleep here!! There is a lot of canadian and american who leave here in these residential area. Finally, after talking they have seen that we are a family with kids and they let us sleep here. They have a facebook group where someone told that we where parking here! They arrived one hour after our arrival!!
Funny to think that we have been sleeping in such places for two month in Mexico without any problems from local mexican (they even invite us home…) EXCEPT here with people from « north »……
we wanted to camp in the beach but the sea weed makes the area smell really bad, so we came back to this little cenote and parked at the end of the street with the caseta de policía (empty).
there was so many mosquitoes and we don't have a mosquito screen so we pitch our tent in the little garden with bench, no one bothered us.
just a bit of noise from the highway, get earplugsReport Check-In