[EDIT: prices are not accurate - check the website for updated information.] Small camping at the end of the road, around 22 sites. We were the last to camp for the season, we closed the camping with the owner, a great Canadian guy who moved to Chile a long time ago. He knows a lot about the hike around. We paid 8000 pesos for 2. Heaps of shade on the site. There is a dorm as well. Access to the lake for a swim or pick you up from the entrance with his boat. Cool place. He sells home bread and some food too! Really busy camping in high season, you have to book well in advance.
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Great camping. The sites are Candian style. Hot water from 16-21. Hard to get in with big rigs.
2 amazing hikes- Los Lagos and San Sebastián (hard)
Road update - able to negotiate road fine with 2x2 campervan including ford crossing. No worse than the road into the National Park!Report Check-In
Brief update: have not been at the camping but have been on the road to the camping. Currently you need a proper 4x4! Do not try! Suggest calling in advance!Report Check-In
Very nice place to stay while visiting Huerquehue National Park. Friendly family. Very clean and well maintained.
18000 ps for 2.
french speaker Canadian owner very friendly. I love this place. Lots of wood games, good place to relax next to fire on the evening and a beautifull beach to relax during the day. Sendero los lagos accessible from here. Only bad point the access no so easy but possible with a 2wd van.Report Check-In
It's a good site if you want to hike the national park next door. The owners are friendly and the site itself is nice, with a lovely private beach on the lake and a space for outside games (great for little ones!) Hot water is limited to the evenings and the ratio of showers/toilets to people is not the best. Also we booked a site that said it could take 6 people because we have a big 4 person tent (we paid extra for this) and the site was too small. We managed to squeeze in but if you actually had a 6 person tent you wouldn't have a chance. They do have other, more spacious sites so it's best to double check when booking. (We booked last minute, but the fact that the only remaining site was small was not communicated to us.)Report Check-In
Really nice and quiet campground at a beautiful lake with a great atmosphere. Cleanest hot shower we had in Chile, where you would not expect it in such a remote place. From the campground you can do several amazing hikes in the Huequerque NP. The owner is a really nice guy.
At this moment the road was not in the best condition but they started improving already (Nov 22). Even now, we managed to do it with a shaky 2wd diesel van, including crossing the river at the end.Report Check-In
Lovely place! The only open camping at the north end of the lake these days. We paid 18,000 clp for camper van spot and two people. This was inclusive with hot showers and clean bathrooms. We paid a little extra for some fresh bread and beer. Mostly tent sites here. Road in is rough, including drive through 1 -2 feet water through a creek, but we made it in 2wd camper van. While the campsite was pretty full, everyone was quiet and respectful. The hosts are very welcoming!Report Check-In
Great campground by the lake and at the foot of the Lagos walk. The way there is quite rough (big holes and a stream to pass) but we managed with our little car. The owner is very friendly, they cool breakfast (3000 pesos) and dinner (7000 pesos) and sell a few food and drink items. Bathrooms are clean, you have to pay 500 pesos for hot shower (cold is free) and 500 to charge you device (they don’t have power and fire a generator at night for 2 hours). We were on site 10 which is before the entrance and it was so quiet it was surreal after noisy nights every were else. It was 6000 CLP per person.Report Check-In
Schöner, ruhiger und gut gepflegter Campingplatz direkt am See im Nationalpark (6000CLP/pP)! Sehr freundliche und hilfsbereite Besitzer! Ideal gelegen zum wandern im NP (los lagos/san sebastiàn) und sich danach im See zu erfrischen! Die Strasse zum Camp war nicht in bestem Zustand und es gibt einen kleinen Fluss zu überqueren! Die Stellplätze sind eher klein aber die meisten mit Schatten und etwas Privatsphäre und Windschutz angeordnet- eher nur für Zelt (auch Rooftop) geeignet, bei jeden Platz gibt es einen eigenen Tisch mit Bank! Die Badezimmer (WC und kalte Dusche) sind sehr sauber und eine heisse Dusche ist gegen eine kleine Gebühr (500CLP) erhältlich!Frühstück und einige Lebensmittel sind ebenfalls erhältlich und sie vermieten Kayaks und Boote. Feuerstelle und Spiele im Zentrum- sehr gemütlich und relaxt, sehr empfehlenswert!Report Check-In
As described by others, really nice site on the lake with decent facilities. You can join the national park trails from the site. Bit more communal than some sites with the big fire in the evening and nice touches like volleyball in area next to the office. You have to carry your stuff to your pitch, about 100m, but they have a trolley to help with that. 12,000 pesos per night, which I felt was good value for the location. Road in is best with 4x4 or SUV but I saw small cars there as wellReport Check-In
Lovely camping into the foret, and very nice owners ! Hot shower 500p extra, electricity only for your phone 500p extra. Price 6000p/pers. The road to come is not easy with 2WD ( we don’t know if we can live this place :))Report Check-In
Nice spot. Clean bathrooms and hot showers. River was quite full this time of year so would highly recommend only vehicles with high clearance pass. You do *not* have to pay the National Park fee if you’re just going to the campground, though. If you decide to hike in the park then, yes, you have to pay the fee. Camping is 5,000/personReport Check-In
Great little Campground in a beautiful Park right next to the lake. The owner Antoine (French Canadian) is super nice and helpful. Highly recommended!Report Check-In
Nice (a bit alternative) campground with very clean bathrooms. Everything is relaxed and tranquilo. The location has its own charme.
Things we want to mention:
- the road to the camping is in bad condition. We were happy about 4x4 and you have to go through a small river. The end of the road was a bit muddy.
- there is not much space for vehicles on the campground. It's a long way to the campground, so you better ask in advance
- campground is in the national park, that means that you also have to pay at the entrance
- you can rent SUPs or kayaks
- the lake is super nice
All in all a very nice campground. Recommended.Report Check-In
Very nice and hidden campsite. They are sort of an eco-style camping, which means they have hot water and stuff, but they charge for it (500 CLP for hot shower, same for charging your phone). Also, they have paddle boards and kayaks and stuff for rent (4000 CLP for one hour).
The sites are nice and sheltered and it's a two minute walk max to the lakeside beach.
Lots of hikes also, but due to the fires, these are closed now...Report Check-In
Small camping at the end of the road, around 22 sites. We were the last to camp of the season , we close the camping with the owner, a great Canadian guy who moved to Chile a long time ago. He knows a lot about the hike around. We paid 8000pesos for 2. Heaps of shade on the site. There is dorm as well. Access to the lake for a swim or pick you from the entrance with his boat. Cool place. He sells home bread and some food too! Really busy camping in high season, you have to book well in advance.Report Check-In