Marea Hotel & Public Parking Lot | Wild Camping

Mexico

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Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
1.1 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
youtube.com

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Unknown
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Successfully spent three days and two nights here without a single person from the hotel asking questions or anyone else. No facilities but great view of the harbor and next great view of the hotels private beach that again nobody minded me using. I parked directly in front of the artistic wall mural next to the waterfront with views of the local battleship. Local fish men arrive early around 6am on weekend to load boats so FYI. I actually rate this spot a 9.0 out of 10 considering NO OTHER Hostels or RV parks in the area are in operation due to pandemic or closer down. I do however see a $20 Pension Baja Hotel down the street that is super clean that worked for one day to shower. My next best spot is to drive 50 minutes north to the famous Balandra Beach. Great spot here though for FREE.

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Good place for a night or two. Close-ish to the city. The spot is nestled between a Marine base and a restaurant with an all-night security guard, so I felt fairly safe throughout the night. This also seems to be a bit of a late night hangout spot, with a few couples dropping by every few hours, and a few smokers too.

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Great spot. Right on the street by a fisherman’s cove, In front of the hotel. Seems there is a bit of traffic all night but nothing worth moving spots over. Would def stay here again.

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Stayed here for 3 days with no issues. A smaller lot & good size for vans. We weren’t the only ones here “stealth” camping. Overall quiet & a nice view for city camping.

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End of the street parking in front of hotel. couple other rv's here that night. close to mechanic for the morning

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Stayed here for 2 nights and really liked this spot. It is in front of a hotel but we believe a public lot. Fishermen use the waterfront. An active Navy ship is moored nearby. It is quiet except for barking dogs and a little traffic but is at the end of a road. A few restaurants in easy walking distance. We walked to the malecon from here and also did a whale shark tour while parked here. There are trash cans.

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Great spot, can get noisy on the weekends especially around the 11-1 when ppl show up to play loud music. There are a few street dogs that come and go. But they will also bark at every vehicle that drives by. Would stay again.

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Successfully spent three days and two nights here without a single person from the hotel asking questions or anyone else. No facilities but great view of the harbor and next great view of the hotels private beach that again nobody minded me using. I parked directly in front of the artistic wall mural next to the waterfront with views of the local battleship. Local fish men arrive early around 6am on weekend to load boats so FYI. I actually rate this spot a 9.0 out of 10 considering NO OTHER Hostels or RV parks in the area are in operation due to pandemic or closer down. I do however see a $20 Pension Baja Hotel down the street that is super clean that worked for one day to shower. My next best spot is to drive 50 minutes north to the famous Balandra Beach. Great spot here though for FREE.

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