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Camping south of Mendoza. In a sport, soccer area with swimming pool. Power,water and hot showers. Price: 100Arg Peso per person
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We arrived on bicycles and paid 1400 per person to camp (it costs more if you want to use the pool). It’s a large site and it was very quiet towards the back - overnight there wasn’t even another tent in sight of our pitch. Toilets were basic, hot water in the women’s and cold in the men’s, some cubicles without any curtains or doors. Lots of shaded spots to pitch with plugs and tables and chairs dotted around.Report Check-In
New Dump station .Nice pool, big rigs alowed. A lot a wineries closeReport Check-In
The whole campground looks abandonned. the toilets are disgusting. No not water. No electricity and only half the lamps work onsite.
We were told 100 AR pp and once we got settled and ready to cook, a random guy showed up and asked for 200 AR pp (ridiculous considering the amenities). We didn't feel safe and eventually decided to leave.
We arrived here and all was closed :(
Nobody in the camping.
The lady working said that today the cost is 120 p/per person plus an additional 100 for our camper so 340 p! We left. Looks nice though.Report Check-In
Large campground with run down dirty bathrooms. Squat toilets and one normal toilet that was broken. No hot water when we checked. Unable to locate camp host and ask about pricing so we left.Report Check-In
nice. out of season. 50 p/p + 100 p/tent. hot water in shower.Report Check-In
Nice campsite, showers, toilets and bbq. Electric available. Only one other group of campers when we stayed here so plenty of space. 100 for the van, 50 per person.Report Check-In
Down a very rough stone track about 1km. The camp is really more for sports and tents not for big rigs or campers. Out of season and mid week it would probably be ok but at this time and at a weekend all we could see were boom boxes at every asado....we turned around and headed out. Also they tried to charge us AP100 per person and AP100 for the camper. When we asked why so expensive they said we were tourists so we could afford to pay more....then when we said we would leave the price came down to AP200.Report Check-In
Location is okay, facilities are run down, and very loud music till after 5AM prevented a good night sleep. They charged 150 pesos, we only paid 100. Would not recommend the place!Report Check-In
Paid 50 for two people as hot water not working. Very quiet and freezing cold night. Bathrooms not very clean, lots of graffiti.Report Check-In
We were charged 100 pesos total for 2 adults and our rig. No extra charge for a tent. Hot water was good and consistent when we were there. Bathrooms are old and rundown. Moderate weekend traffic even during low season, but only for the sports complex. Some sites have palapas with lights, electricity, tables, water, and grill.Report Check-In
Huge complex with pool, soccer, and what seemed like a summer camp. Lots of day-use picnics and family gatherings during the day, quiet at night. Bathrooms and showers with hot water but seemed pretty inconsistent - the water stopped midway through and only started again when it felt like it. Convenient to wine tasting.Report Check-In
Camping south of Mendoza. In a sport, soccer area with swimming pool. Power,water and hot showers.
Price: 50 Arg PesoReport Check-In