An RV park for snow birds mainly. Kiki is very friendly and he can get you a good price. Walking distance to San Felipe. Right on the beach. ~USD $33 per spot. Wifi is mostly slow, but varies a lot. Tent campers can camp on beach for ~5$ per person.
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Busy Saturday afternoon. Best showers I've had all winter! 600 pesos though.
on the beach, not much space but easy to find, which i needed after a long day. Only downside is that I can't find an open bar walking distance.
We stopped in after driving from Bahia LA, the person running the place quoted us $35 usd. We left and drove around San Felipe for a bit and realized this town looks rough. We booked it for Ensenada.Report Check-In
If you want a place in town within walking distance to the malecon this will be fine. And if you are lucky to score one of the 6 beachfront spots you are also fine. We did not get such a spot and all the others feel like you are in a “stall” parking spot and it is very tight. Certainly safe and very clean bathrooms/showers. The beach is pretty too, but for us a one nighter, ready to move on to more open space.Report Check-In
Not cheap at $35 but good for what it is. It was our first time down so we needed a place to get our bearings and Kiki's worked well. Hot showers with good water pressure, palapas at each site. Quiet while we were there, mostly snowbirds in RVs. Seemed to be more vans 2 doors down at Las Palapas. Beautiful beach to walk on. Wifi spotty and slow, better closer to the office.Report Check-In
Price is steep at $35 for dry camping, but seems to be the going rate in San Felipe these days. This place is packed when the other beachside RV parks surrounding it are not, but I don’t think it offered much more than a safe place to sleep.Report Check-In
Was here two weeks over Xmas and it was very nice. Mostly quiet besides the occasional beach dog fight and roaring dirt bikes. Great showers, toilets and beachfront access. Full hookups and only $350US for two weeks. Will stay here againReport Check-In
Expensive, but clean and safe with a gate and 24 hour security. Hot showers, wifi worked great, could Zoom in my spot close to the office. Staff is really friendly, right on the beach and close to town.Report Check-In
It’s expensive but definitely worth it. We stayed a week and loved it. Within walking distance to tacos and the grocery store. Staff is awesome and they keep the place spotless. WiFi is good the closer you are to the office, basically nonexistent at the beach front spots but just walk to a palapa near the office for better connection. Worked from here the entire time doing Zoom calls and accessing multiple servers.Report Check-In
This is a really nice and clean camping. It is not cheap but you will get clean restrooms, hot showers and a palapa. If you are lucky you stay at the first row directly on a beautiful long and clean beach. It was quiet at night except friday and saturday night. The town and Malecon are a 15 Min. walk away and have different restaurants and stores.Report Check-In
Rolled in at 3pm with only one other rig. Just over border at Tecate, which was a breeze. Got front row spot, but price was steep at $35.00 dollars. Too tired to negotiate. Random staff helped me back trailer front row, and place was extremely clean. Caretakers working on non stop. Sunrise was incredible and only four rigs total on property. Restaurant appeared closed, but I was two beers and bed tired, so might have missed it. Wifi a solid 7/10. Showers cool and super clean. Bring own toilet paper as usual. Video and Cell calls via WiFi worked great. Cemex for groceries in town were great btw.Report Check-In
Pasamos dos noches aquí $1400 pesos súper caro a mi parecer,
Parqueamos frente a la playa el lugar 2.5 estrellas.
Si piensa parar por aquí prepárese a liderar con las moscas.
Nice spot. Clean bathrooms, oceanfront with hookups if you have a rv or camper. WiFi is terrible doesn’t work.Report Check-In
Small, cramped, at the beach. Very well maintained. No garbage, trash cans emptied daily. Very clean restrooms- must bring your own toilet paper and soap. Nice hot showers. Shower stalls don't have the most clever design, but everything works, pressure is good and it's really clean. Compared to Ruben's next door it looks a lot better! $600 per night. Wifi worked ok. San Felipe is nothing special in our opinion.Report Check-In
Bit of a rip off, but the whole town is pricey. Promises hot showers and wifi, neither of which worked well at all. Had to bring our own toilet paper to (clean) washrooms. Were parked right on the beach, but sandwiched between huge RV and wire fence to neighboring property. Paid $500MEX but Reuben’s next door charging $350 for same. Read that Reubans doesn’t have as clean toilets as Kiki’s... and heard their internet was no better. Still, don’t think Kiki’s was worth the extra $. Beach is marvellousReport Check-In
Really friendly managed to find us a space
Some odd snowbirds but also some friendly ones
WiFi is not amazing but fine for www and email
Full of off roaders in the motel
Stayed here for a couple of weeks. $2580pesos for 1 week. We heard it was about $620pesos for 1 night.
Very clean bathrooms, flush toilets, hot showers with good pressure.
Wifi very hit & miss depending on capacity.
Right on the beach. Popular with Snowbirds. Dog friendly. They have Security at night & CCTV.
Younger fellow who works there, nephew I believe is super friendly.
This place is always seems to be busy, even though the places around are not. While we were there they were constantly upgrading/maintaining the property, this likely why it’s so busy & the cleanliness of bathrooms. This is one of the best places we’ve stayed in our 2 months so far in Baja.
Motel Rooms go for approx $1200 pesos per night.
Noisy. snow birds. small site. short term partyers. good bathrooms and friendly staff. free sites are more fun.Report Check-In
As described, a campground with clean facilities and friendly caretaker. The spots are very tight & close to each other. Lots of Canadian snowbirds who stay for the winter. We were able to get a discount because we were 4 cars staying 2 nights and payed 360 pesos instead of 500 pesos per nightReport Check-In
Nice Camground with good WIFI, clean Showers and Restrooms. Palapas have a 2nd Floor with sea-view. The sites are realy tight.Report Check-In
We got oceanfront cabana for 5 nights for $25/night. Tight campground but good facilities , wi-fi, etc. walking distance to malecon. Friendly staffReport Check-In
Sharing space with another vehicle for 30 usd per night. 240 pesos eachReport Check-In
Beachfront spots are occupied by snowbirds, all very friendly. Shared one campsite with another couple for 480 pesos per night. San Felipe in general seems a little pricey, but El Kikiriki on the malecón serves up tacos al pastor for about $1US each and whole chicken meals that can feed 4 people for 125 pesos. Wifi is good at times.Report Check-In
No beach front was available and they wanted $35 per night to stay here In a parking lot! Did not camp, went to Poncho's Beach Camp outside of town instead. If they have space and you can get it for less than $35 it might be worth it.Report Check-In
Campground right on the beach. Each site comes with full hookups and a two story palapa.hot showers, clean bathrooms. Fast wifi. Friendly expats and campers. Love it here. 350 MXN/night.Report Check-In
Good place to ease into real camping. Showers were hot no problem there. Wifi was fast. Variety of rigs. Spaces tights. Secure. Walkable to town.Report Check-In
Facilities are nice and clean, being looked after. Lots of friendly snowbirds. Met a couple who have traveled around the world for 5 years. Hot showers were hot only on 3rd day for men, more like warm between cold usually. Rate is 25$ per spot. We had two cars and 4 people so sharing a spot was a cost saving option. Wifi was there, but speed varied a lot, mostly it was slow.Report Check-In