Santa Teresa National Park. Playa Grande | Established Campground

Uruguay

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
95.1 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
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:
Yes

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Description

National park just east of Punta del Diablo. There are thousands (yes thousands) of campsites in the park. We chose to go to the more southern beach of Playa Grande. We had a large open area to ourselves even though this is the busiest time of the year. We camped about 400 meters from the beach, left our vehicle during the day to go to the beach. There is a zoo, botanical garden and hiking in the park. We paid 1,050 for 3 nights (minimum). There is an Internet cafe at the other campground.
Electricity in the bathroom! Small resto besides the lifeguard.

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This location is incorrect. There are no camping signs all around here. You’re only allowed to camp in the north of the park. Nice spot to come spend the day though!

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1060 pesos por dos personas por 3 noches, que el mínimo que cobran por acampar en parcelas sin agua ni toma de electricidad (hay parcelas con agua y luz, pero cuando llegamos estaban ocupadas)

En playa Grande hay solo parcelas simples y cerquita de la playa (500m). Los baños son limpios y las duchas tienen agua tibia. Hay bachas para lavar ropa.

Hay tienditas para comprar cosas cerca de las parcelas y una en la entrada a la playa.

Es un lugar precioso!!!

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campingground is closed and will open in december

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uyu 185 per person per night for sutes without light and wather. uyu 250 por sites with them. bathrom for women are ok. bathroons for men are not so good. playa grande beach is beautifull.

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A huge campground connected during the nacional park wirh the Campground of Fortaleza (it took us quite some time to figure it out). Bathrooms of women nice, new and clean, the mens bathroom not as new as the women's.
We stood at the shady forest close to the salvavidas. Everything very safe due to military attention 24 hs.
Very nice, huge beach, beachwalks to Punta de diábolo.
We didn't have to pay, nobody some to collect and register.
No power, no WiFi but absolutely worth it!

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ampla área de camping. dá acesso à algumas praias. muita natureza.

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National park just east of Punta del Diablo. There are thousands (yes thousands) of campsites in the park. We chose to go to the more southern beach of Playa Grande. We had a large open area to ourselves even though this is the busiest time of the year. We camped about 400 meters from the beach, left our vehicle during the day to go to the beach. There is a zoo, botanical garden and hiking in the park. We paid 1,050 for 3 nights (minimum). There is an Internet cafe at the other campground.

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