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Pet owners use caution, reports of attacks on animals have been reported here.
Price: 300 pesos for two people in car. Nice Trailer park with clean bathrooms/showers on the outskirts of Mexico City. The park has easy access to the pyramids which are within walking distance (about 1.5km) The owner is extremely nice and she’ll help you with whatever you need. There is a bus stop down the street that will take you to the North bus terminal in Mexico City. From there you can board the metro line and go anywhere in the city (the metro is very easy to use and costs 5 peso per ride). The Bus to the city costs about 40 peso and the return trip can be payed for at the north end of the north bus terminal). The owner does have about 4 dogs, two of which can bark at anything and everything all night. She will put them in their kennel upon request which really does make a huge difference to the amount of sleep you get. All sites have electricity and water (about 12 sites in total) and the water is apparently from a well. Might be an idea to still boil it. Be sure to check out the taco stand on the corner near the main market in town (it is only open at night) and is absolutely delicious! In addition, the owners daughter is a dentist, so you can have your teeth checked and cleaned while you are here if you want to!
Beware if you have dogs.
We stayed here for 1 night before and after we stored our truck here to visit Mexico City for 4 nights. They have 3 dogs, an older white male that is super nice and 2 Dalmatians (male and female) both who bark a lot and can’t be trusted. Initially our male dog of similar size got along with all 3 dogs, but shortly after our dog was attacked by the male Dalmatian when we were inside our truck at our campsite for a few moments. Our dog was sleeping while attached to a 20ft leash when the attack happened. He sustained 2 injuries, a teeth puncture wound to the leg and a graze on his neck from trying to escape the dog while on his leash. I discussed this with the camp owner who did lock up the 2 Dalmatians throughout the day, while we were there. However they let them out to roam the camp at night (in which they bark till 11pm). There were very little apologies were few. The response was, these are animals, what can I do. We contacted a previous guest who said they stayed here a month before us and another couple had a smaller dog who was attacked by the same Dalmatian, and ran away for a few hours. When they found it, it had injuries and had to go to the vet for treatment. After 4 days the puncture wound on our dogs leg is getting worse and may also need a visit to the vet. If you don’t have dogs or small children, I would say the campground is ok and the storage was secure but beware if you have little ones. If we hadn’t already made plans to go to Mexico City we would have left immediately. But we didn’t have many options at such short notice. Upon leaving I confronted the owner again about the need for treatment for my dogs leg, and after a lengthy discussion about our dog and the previous guest’s attack, with very few apologies, she did deduct $200mxp off our bill for medication.Report Check-In
We stayed here for 1 night before storing our truck for 4 nights whilst going into Mexico City, then 1 night on the return trip. They have 3 dogs, the older white dog is nice but the 2 Dalmatians are always barking and can’t be trusted. Our dog (of similar size) got along with them for the first few hours but then the male Dalmatian dog attacked our dog when he was on leash at our campsite and we were inside briefly. By the time we broke it up, he had left two wounds, a puncture wound on his leg and scratch behind his ear. I have shown the owners and they are now locking up their dogs when we are here but the apologies were few. The response was, these are animals, what can I do. We contacted a previous guest who also stayed here and he said the same dog attacked another couples smaller dog, who ran away for a few hours. Once they found it, they had to take it to the vet to treat its injury’s. The puncture wound on our dogs leg is getting worse after 4days and may also need a vet visit. The campground is ok and the storage is secure but beware if you have pets or small children. If we hadn’t already made plans to visit Mexico City, we would have left asap… But we didn’t have many options on such short notice.Report Check-In
perfect fit what we were doing for a few nights. Had the place to ourselves. Saturday night noise was not an issue, saw some hot air balloons in the morning, 3 nice dogs. didn't shower, but there is one. close to food and temples and entertainment. great host! green grass to park on, barefoot friendly, water and electric plug ins. no road noise at night to speak of.Report Check-In
The owner is friendly. She help us with some ishues. Her daughter make the taxi for us at two Times ($). The camping is ok but not more. She have 3 bigs dogs on the side and one is very territorial. I have 3 kids - it’s not the Best. 3 services and a savety place for 300 pesos /night.Report Check-In
Mina is a wonderful lady, her (and her daughter’s) support during our stay was fantastic. They arranged a balloon flight for us, dropped us of etc. Recommended! 300 pesos per van.Report Check-In
As described in previous reviews. The owners are very nice, kind and helpful! The campground has 2 entrances. One is right next to her house and has lower hanging cables. If you are a taller rig (maybe over 3.1m), you want to use the second entrance on the other side (same road) closer to the church.
There 3 (free roaming) dogs on the property, that are friendly, but watch out. Another camper had their dog playing with them and realized after they had already left, that their dog got bitten and needed a vet. Just watch out if you have dogs.
Mina and Maria are lovely and helpful. The toilet and shower are basic and often clean. Sometimes they have no water. Maria collect two DHL Pacage for us and we storaged our van for six days. All works fine.Report Check-In
Mina (and daughter Catherine) also provide drop-off and pick-up services during all hours: contact them for a transfer from the airport (and save on hotel costs), or have yourself dropped off very early for a balloon ride over the piramides.
(We finally left on a retorno seguro after 18 nights because we were getting nowhere with SAT in CDMX for a renewal of our TIP (temporary import permit).)Report Check-In
We returned after an unforeseen almost 2 years (because of the pandemic) to find our Land Cruiser just the way we left it. Mina had kept us up to date with pictures.
Batteries were completely dead and would not accept any charge,. because of bad preparation (we expected to be back in 2 months, not years). Erik Salgado (known to Mina) was called and sold us two new batteries.
Bathrooms are the same as 2 years ago, still 3 dogs, town still noisy. But it makes a nice basecamp to sort expired temporary import permit issues, repack luggage, clean, visit CDMX for a few days.
Very friendly atmosphere. Recommended.Report Check-In
We stayed here 6 nights for $290 per night. She does have 3 dogs, they bark when you come in but they do not bark all night. They are very nice dogs. We dropped our laundry off around the corner and told them we are at the trailer park. They delivered it later that day when it was finished. See photo of location circled in blue on the map. We were also allowed to have a few packages delivered to the park while we were here. To save anyone confusion with the bus to Mexico City, there is a photo of the map, in yellow is the way to get to the correct bus to the Central North Terminal. 41 pesos each way. Note the red X . This is where the bus stops when you come back from the city. It does not go right back to the ticket office. Keep and eye out on your first trip or you will end up in the next town. Not great if it is the last bus of the day. To get back, go to terminal 8 at the central north station in Mexico City for Teotihuacan tell them you need a ticket for San Juan, that is the stop you need. They also have different busses to the pyramids. If ever in the area again we will stay here.Report Check-In
This is the place to stay for visiting the nice village, the pyramids or even Mexico City. Currently are also about 12 Vehicules in storage of poeple flying home and coming back sometimes. Full hook up, good toilets and shower. Mina is a nice Lady and very helpful. 3 lovely dogs. We stayed 5 nights. All overviewed with cameras. Fence but not huge wall around the place.Report Check-In
excellent place for RV's of all sizes. stayed two weeks, no problems but sometimes noisy from passing parades.Report Check-In
Nice campground near the Teotihuacan Pyramids and about an hour outside of Mexico City. It's in the heart of San Juan Teotihuacan so it can be very noisy. Fireworks, cars driving by, dogs barking, but it's a good spot to explore the sites. Visiting the pyramid (and night tour) is 100% a must. Mina, the owner if the RV park is so kind and accommodating! You're really parking in a gated grass parking lot next to the owner's home. Her daughter is a dentist with an office on site, so if you need to get your teeth cleaned it's a great place to do it! Electricity wasn't strong enough to power our A/C when other RVer's/campers were there. Dumps are at each site, although we had to dig ours out (we couldn't find it at first because it was covered with dirt). Water at each site but pressure is low. Suggest filling your tanks to use the water because the hose wasn't strong enough for us.Report Check-In
It's a good place to park your motorhome for visit Teotihuacan pyramides.
You walk 30 mn maximum for rhe access.
We let our rv here to visit Mexico city.
The price of the bus was 180 pesos for a family of five.
The taxi between the Mexico terminal bus and the historic town was between 100 and 150 pesos.
For the camping we pay 460 pesos for 5 persons and a rv of 26'.
But it can be cheap, depend the size of your vehicle and the number of persons.
For the storage of our rv when we was to Mexico City it was 180 pesos by day.
You have electricity, dump and water.
The restroom are like the other people let the place...so..!
The 3 dogs are friendly but take care where you walk!
It's a litlle expensive but it do the job to visit the area.
The owner is friendly.
Enjoy your trip
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 19.68292, -98.87041Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at 19.68292, -98.87041Report Check-In
Spent two noisy nights (traffic, dogs, church, fireworks) here. Bathrooms typical for Latin and South America. I prepared my car for storage during the day. Left it in one of the spots under a roof.
Mina (Ruiz) can be contacted on +52 55 3457 2634 (cell phone and WhatsApp) or [email protected]
Mina keeps a few pieces of luggage for overlanders: she'll lend you a suitcase during the storage period. I'll leave the one I already bought.
Paid MXN 290 per night (one person) for camping. Storage costs MXN 1500 per month. Partial months possible; paid half my 2.5 month stay ahead.Report Check-In
We stayed four nights. Place is good for pyramid and/or Mexico-City trips without rig. The owner is very nice.
Showers could have more pressure and heat.
Convenient location. Relatively easy to access in a bigger rig. Several vehicles appear in long term storage. Staff friendly. Bathrooms need work. Accessed pyramids and Mexico City from here, rather than fight the big city chaos in a larger vehicle. Stayed three nights.Report Check-In
Good place to store your car. We found ours after 5 months exactely as we have left it. We especially appreciated that it could be stored under a roof.
Camping could be better for the price of 290 pesos / night. The bathrooms were dirty and there was not always hot water.
Nice campground close to the pyramids. Stayed 2 nights, 290 pesos the night. Full hookup. Great hot showers and friendly owners. The grass was great for our dogs to roam around and it is located walking distance to the little town. Ate pizza at a nearby restaurant, there is a bank, produce stores and lots good places to eat. Took a cab to the pyramids for 40 pesos. Weak wifi, great telcel. Also, there is a church bell that rings at random times throughout the day.Report Check-In
Looks like a nice place. Owners are lovely and they have lots of RV’s parked long term. Didn’t stay the night.Report Check-In
After storing our Pickup camper for 10days while we explored CDMX we stayed another night there. Save place to store/park your camper for short and long periods.Report Check-In
We stayed another 2nights; tried the showers this time but couldn’t found the hot water= just cold showers; during the weekend especially at Saturday night the neighborhood was pretty loud with music until 1amReport Check-In
Stayed one night for 290Pesos; when we arrived at 4pm the owner wasn’t there but a camper opened the gate and told us to come in and park our rig wherever we want; the restrooms were tidy and with running water; the night was calm and without issuesReport Check-In
Not happy with this place at all. Stayed here one night. No water when we arrived, they briefly turned it on in the evening and that was it. Then again, no water in the morning. Toilets dirty and not cleaned at all (flushing not possible because they had the water pump turned off), only cold showers. Overall, massively overpriced for what it is. Payed 290 per night.Report Check-In
Nice place and good sanitarios. The street in front is a little bit noisy but quiet at night. We take an Ubertaxi for going to the piramids.Report Check-In
We payed 290 pesos a night unlike all the others here who paid 270....🤔
Showers are good. The whole place is slightly run down in my opinion and bit overpriced. No toilet paper, no soap on the sink, no possibility to choose between price with hookup or without, you can enter the property with no keys, you just have to open a door and nobody’s checking you most of the times. Not the safest place to leave your van with your properties in it.
The owner Mina, didn’t tell us anything. You have to guess.
However is the best option if you want to visit Mexico City.
Great location in Teotihuacán ! You can take the bus to go to Mexico City near the campground. Hot showers and clean restrooms. There are some dogs in the campground they are kind. 270 pesos/night for two people.Report Check-In
We were there around 6pm, it was all locked up and looked more like an old RV storage yard and did not look well kept will dogs in the yard. Maybe it is no longer open?Report Check-In
Conveniently located for visiting the town and the pyramids as well as the bus to Mexico City. The owner was so very kind to us. Suzanne was very ill and we had to go to a doctor so she took us and interpreted then took us to the pharmacy. Thank you so much. The campsite is clean and tidy with several vehicles parked up for a long time so good place to leave if you need to fly home from MXCD.Report Check-In
It’s a bit utilitarian but definitely serves the purpose-if your intention is to visit the pyramids or Ciudad Mexico.
the shower water was hot, the toilets clean and good power.A bit of the challenge using the internet-best signal next to office.
Can’t remember what we paid. The owner was extremely friendly and helpful.
Grassy place next to the street. Quiet noisy during the day. 270 Pesos/night and 1500 Pesos/Month to store your vehicle.Report Check-In
Small fenced grassy garden area five minutes from San Juan Teotihucan centre. Full hook up. Excellent Location to visit the pyramids. Also safe to leave vehicle and visit Mexico City. Catch bus from town, 42 peso takes under an hour. Owner Mina is very helpful we were in a 40 ft motor home.Report Check-In
I come here for the second time entering and leaving Mexico to USA. The cheapest campground we found in Mexico. Full hook-up. Nice place. Center of the city by feet. Easy to come in. 270 pesos per night and mid price when you go to Mexico city for a few days. Highly recommended !Report Check-In
Place is in Walking Distance to the ruins (3km) and next to the citycenter where you'll find a market, restaurants, a gym and the busstation to Mexico City. Cons: we found it loud as it is direct at the street. Price: 270 Pesos / 15 USD p.N.Report Check-In
It’s amazing how your impression of a place can change so dramatically.
For some reason my husband and I didn’t realize how big this city was.
We pulled in on a Thursday afternoon and it was mad chaos, traffic bumper to bumper and cops directing traffic everywhere. It was very stressful getting to the campsite so our first impression was not great.
Then about an hour later everything cleared up and the city became much more relaxed for the rest of our stay.
Campsite was empty when we arrived and now practically full. We stayed 2 nights then went to Mexico City and left the van and then stayed two more nights.
If inside the campground facing the gate, you go right for restaurants, hair stylist, laundry, Tiendas, Telcel.
To the left is a huge supermercado a little further but still walkable.
We walked to the pyramids 2.5-3 miles each way. Outside the pyramids there are countless restaurants.
The showers were hot. We paid 270 pesos per night to camp and half that to leave van parked while we visited Mexico City.
Good place to stay as well as store the trailer while we visit Mexico City. $15 USD per night full service and $7.50 USD per night storage for both of our vehicles.Report Check-In
270 pesos la nuit (électricité, eau, vidange eaux usées, wifi, douches chaudes, toilettes, endroit fermé sécurisé). Nous sommes restés 10 nuits, Mina l’hôte nous a fait une bonne ristourne. Elle est accueillante, nous donne de bonnes infos sur les choses à faire et voir, elle nous a même eu des billets pour le show nocturne son et lumière des Pyramides !
Idéalement placé, à 5 minutes en taxi (40/50pesos jusqu’à la porte 3) du site Teothiuacan, a 40 minutes de Mexico City en bus. Le village est sympa avec son marché, ses halles, sa street food, les locaux sont au top, tout est accessible à pieds.
Beaucoup de voyageurs s’arrêtent ici, de belles rencontres. Le seul hic, les 3 chiens de la propriétaire. Ils aboient beaucoup et surtout peuvent être agressifs avec votre chien quand ils sont tous les trois, nous avons été témoins de plusieurs attaques sur plusieurs chiens de voyageurs dont le notre. Restez vigilants. Mina peut d’ailleurs les enfermer si vous lui demandez.
On recommande l’endroit ;)
Great place! stayed 3 nights to explore ruins and Mexico City. full hookups, hot showers, everything walking distance. Owners speaks good English and very helpful. 3 dogs on site, no problem getting along with our 4 year old Lab. We did laundry, had great BBQ chicken bought in town and ate at our site. 103 pesos for a whole chicken with potatoes, onions and hot peppers! Highly recommended!Report Check-In
Great place to park if you are visiting Mexico City or Teotihuacan Pyramids. Nice vibe, friendly owner. Plenty of overlanders to exchange ideas. We had a great time. Hot showers, WiFi, fenced, close to San Juan market, restaurants, shops, laundry, barber, supermarket, bus to Mexico City. Pyramids at a walking distance. A convenient place, indeed.Report Check-In
It is a covenient place for visiting the pyramids and to meet other travelers. Mina is a heartily, friendly and helpful person. Regular cleaning in the old sanitary facilites would be desirable.Report Check-In
Place idéale pour découvrir Mexico Ciudad en prenant le bus à quelques mètres du camping (39p le ticket).
La ville de Teotihuacan est mignonette, le marché agréable et les pyramides surprenantes !!
250p/nuit pour notre camion, WC et douches chaudes. Branchements eau et électricité sur tous les emplacements +dump. (le bloc sanitaires a besoin d'un petit rafraîchissement mais reste fonctionnel !)
Mina la gérante est adorable, pleine de bons conseils et d'informations intéressantes !
Ses 3 chiens protègent le site avec amour 😊
Petit bonus, le passage des montgolfières au dessus du camping au petit matin en prenant le café 😊
Agréable 15jours pendant Dia de Los Muertos !!
Julien et JulieReport Check-In
Very nice place, Mina is very sympathetic
We meet an another French family and a Spanish family
Las piramides are at 3 kilometers but we take a taxi at the place
On the place there is a bakery with French "croissant"
Nice location by town. Yes I can hear activity but I don't mind it.
Grassy, full hookups, wifi.
We arrived with a truck camper. Paid 260p night. Dogs were no problem to us, and did fine with our 2 dogs. Easy walk to laundry, shopping and more. Lots of stored Overland rigs. Street noise and barking dogs covered easily by fan at night. Birds all day in shade trees. A lovely way to feel able to visit the pyramids and Mexico City.Report Check-In
It would be really helpful if to post the size of your rig in review. We have a 38 ft rv and they are charging 360pesos per night and we do not need electricity as we have a great solar set up. If you are heading South on the road to the park and are in a big rig you will have to make a u-turn to come in form the other direction. We find this rate to be to high for what is provided. It is a very noisy street that sits one and there is not getting away from the street noise.Report Check-In
It's a nice campground with a friendly owner. But don't come here when it is a national day off for Mexico, or a religion day. Than it is party time with loud music in the village and loud bangs all night long.Report Check-In
Fast wifi, located in the centre of town, hot showers, electric and water at sites. Dogs are super friendly. About an hour walk to the ruins or a 35 peso cab. Big rig and and tent friendly.Report Check-In
Dogs are fine - 2 are absolute sweeties, but one is a little territorial so the owner immediately put him in his cage for the day. No barking overnight either, unless you go to toilet block by their cage, which is fair enough.Report Check-In
The owner of the campground is super helpful and helped us with everything from getting our propane tank filled (on site, while we were out site seeing) to getting clothes mended. The showers were hot. The wifi is better the closer to the house you get. We paid 270 pesos per night. As other posts have mentioned, she does have 3 dogs. We found them to be super friendly!Report Check-In
nice grassy park. They only have regular 20 amp plugs for power, and the wifi isn't that good, but the owner is a very nice and friendly person that speaks English well enough. nice neighborhood that has a decent restaurant (the weekend buffet isn't bad for 100 pesos and they have live music)Report Check-In
Great place they have a couple dogs but are very sweet and welcoming. We have two dogs of our own and they get along great. Owner is very nice and willing to help out if needed. Very clean wild definitely recommend.Report Check-In
We arrived and a friend saw just before how a dog of the campground killed a street dog. We left to safe our kids and our dog because the owner want leashed her dogs but she doesn't and all the dogs came to our RV and don't go away.Report Check-In
Nice place, $270p/night. Showers were not quite luke warm, which was a bummer, was really looking forward to a hot shower. Dogs were great, dunno what all the previous complaints were about. Pretty quiet at night when we were here, owners are very nice.Report Check-In
Nice place inside the city. 3 amazing dogs watch the place. Very nice owner.Report Check-In
Nous sommes restés 12 jours.
Ce camping offre, eau, électricité 15 amp et égout. Toilettes et douches très propres.
2 min a pied du zocalo. Nous avons laissé notre VR à deux reprises pour aller a Mexico pendant 4 et 5 jours. Autobus 36 pesos et c'est une heure de route.
Épicerie, restaurant et buanderie à pied.
Nous y retournerons.
Not my new favorite spot, but did the trick. Spent three night here. Needed a place to chill after lots of one nighters. Water, and power hook-ups nice for even a non RV. Get everything charged, wash some laundry. I would not say the showers are hot. Internet if your close to owners house is good, unless your uploading/downloading something, but that's normal Mexico bandwidth. Bathrooms were clean. Overall overpriced. There are other places to camp in town not on iovelander that we saw on our walk to and from ruins. We really needed the showers and ability to wash laundry. Dogs: The Dalmatians bark a lot, but night time bed time owner put them away. The female is kinda snippy, but once you ignore her she is sweet. There all sweet. Yellow dog is a big love. Just ignore there barking. There just neurotic. 270pesos for 2ppl.Report Check-In
We arrived and a friend saw just before how a dog of the campground killed a street dog. We left to safe our kids and our dog because the owner want leashed her dogs but she doesn't and all the dogs came to our RV and don't go away.Report Check-In
We confirm all previous comments, owner really nice and helpfull. Bathrooms very clean and hot water all day. Central location, close to all you need. Good speed wifi.Report Check-In
Quit dogs, verry frendly. Sleeping at your feet.
Nothing to worry about.
Watch for the electric cable at the gate. They can be to low from the ground.
As all said- great location, friendly owner, and loud dogs. We were a bit concerned with previous dog comments but all 3 were super friendly with Aspen and even went to town and the bank with us as a pack! Loud at night due to urban location. 270mx nightReport Check-In
Great option for central trailer park. Super friendly owner. Relatively small but grassy, good bathrooms with warm water, easy walking distance to the plaza for great street food. Also good woof fired BBQ (Argentinian) just across the street. Super close to the ruins although I suggest walking one way and taxi back if you spend all day exploring.Report Check-In
We pulled into Teotihuacán on 11th and used this location not only to visit the pyramids here, but stored for a week while we took the bus into Mexico City. The daily rate was 270p and storage was half of that. Showers are clean and there is hot water. Owner speaks English and was helpful in advising us how to get the right buses and metro stop. Dogs were kenneled at night so problem with barking.Report Check-In
Muito agradável , tranquilo , seguro, ótimo local e o atendimento da proprietária é sensacional . Recomendamos muito!!!!!!!Report Check-In
Nice grounds with grass and in a good location close to San Juan and about a 40 minute walk to the ruins. It is also close and easy to catch a bus into Mexico city for the day, it cost 36pesos one way for the coach. the toilets are nice enough, a bit old. we paid 270 per night which was pretty expensive to be honest. As other people said the dogs are very excitable and will jump up and try to play fight even with children so I suggest being careful. they played fine with a larger dog but scared our friends chihuahua and bit him. also make sure you discuss a price first especially if you have a second vehicle, she told our friends they had to pay an extra 200 pesos per night for parking of a station wagon which they hadn't realised until we left.Report Check-In
As described. We paid 270 pesos with electricity. Dalmatians were friendly. Great location for visiting Teotihuacan or Mexico City.Report Check-In
We've stayed for more than 6 weeks with our two cockers and had no problems with the doggies. In the beginning they took turns running around, but after a while they tolerated each other very well. The place is fantastic !!Report Check-In
Ok place $270 a night for our VW. Owner super nice and helpful with getting around and finding what you need. The little stream (sewer?) outside the park stunk so parking away from the fence was preferable. Bathrooms not cleaned regularly and the bathroom away from the main building has seen much better days. Like others have said the Dalmatian can be aggressive. It regularly lunged at our dog when we were away from the van and growled, barked and followed my wife when using the bathroom at night. Wifi was strong.Report Check-In
Rates are in US, $15 without electricity. Sometimes that is Mex 280, sometimes it is Mex 250. You pay 50% for just parking your vehicle when you visit CDMX.Report Check-In
Nice campground with hot showers and reasonably clean restrooms. Very close to town. Good place to meet fellow overlanders. The daughter of the owner is a dentist and did a good job cleaning my teeth.Report Check-In
We payed 350 Pesos per night for a big rig (over 24ft). Easy walking distance to town (5 min) and pyramids (40 min, cab is 30 Pesos). Big rig note: campground is easier to access from south (park at roundabout and walk first, the camphost will open the bigger entrance gate.Report Check-In
peu de considération pour le client. Notre fils s' est fait déchiré son t-shirt par un des chiens de la propriétaire, nous sommes allés en discuter avec elle pour lui faire part de notre inquiétude face à des attaques ultérieures, elle n'a pas présenté aucune excuse et nous a même demandé de partir! attention aux jeunes enfants!Report Check-In
arrived and were only ones here. later in day another couple arrived. lots of stored RV's here. nice grassy spots. Wi-Fi crapped out often. Telcel decent. showers left something to be desired but washrooms very clean. Paid $15us a night with discount for nights we were in Mexico city. owner very helpful. dogs were no issue at all.Report Check-In
A great place to visit the pyramids of teothiuacan and mexico DF. mina is a great host, very friendly and helpful! we felt very welcome and she really took care about us. gracias por los tamales muy ricos!Report Check-In
Great Campground for visiting the Pyramides and Mexico City. The owner Mina is a great person who help where ever she can.Report Check-In
Very Very hot showers. 225 pesos. We took taxi to go to the pyramids. 30-50 pesos one way.Report Check-In
Great Place to call home for a few days so you can explore.. $225p ($15) per night we are 2 adults + 2 kids ... Very helpfully owner , showers ok , San Juan Teotihuacan is a great town , easy autobus to north bus terminal in Mexico City , then jump on the metro .. Pyramids are just a 5 min ride from town .Report Check-In
$225mx for the night even with no hookups. Didn't use showers. Thought it was expensive for what is offered. Found cheap but nice hotels in the centre of the city for practically the same price. Stayed only one night before going to the pyramids, where it is a good idea to get there as soon as it opens. Bathrooms were clean. Dogs running around all day.Report Check-In
250 pesos per night. Nice place to visit the pyramids, get some food at the market and explore the town a bit. The owner IS nice and we got to meet/chat with other travelers. Clean, secure.Report Check-In
Campground in walking distance to the pyramids. Watch your steps, there is a lot of dog poo everywhere in the grass. M$225Report Check-In
Fab place, good option for storing the rig after visiting the pyramids, so we can go out exploring Mexico City.Report Check-In
Good Location to visit the pyramides but we found it not so clean. The bathroom was old and not so well taken care of, there was a Lot of dog poop on the grass, also right before the washrooms. Noisy church. The Dogs weren't bad at Night. Friendly owners, but We've stayed on MUCH nicer campgrounds. Wifi bad...Report Check-In
The owner was not there when we arrived, but the plant store owner next door (toward the church) had the key and let us in. We did not see the owner for the first 3 days. The yellow lab was a good guard dog for us, the neighbor took the constantly barking dalmatians away somewhere.
The park is loud because it is in town. Between the church bells at 5 am and parties across the street until 3am, you need earplugs.
The mens showers have great water pressure and hot water. The womens have so little pressure you have lean against the wall to get wet.
The location is great, a five minute walk to the bus terminal to take you to Mexico City. The minibus terminal is a bit farther and will take you to Teotihuacán for 8 pesos. Lots of nearby good dining options.Report Check-In
We paid 225 MXN for camping and the half for only parking. Very friendly and helpful owner! Clean restrooms, unfortunately we had only one of three days hot showers. Good spot to park your car and stay a night or more in Mexico City. Easy transfer.Report Check-In
We stayed here at same time as Live.Travel.Play, FlightlessKiwis, and OurBiggerPicture. Hanging with other Overlanders was a BLAST! The owner is very nice as stated before,and the campground is an easy walk to the Pyramids. However....the owner has several dogs, it's very noisy, and one of the Dalmatians took a large chunk of our dog's ear. Most folks that have met Sprite know she can be a PITA, but this time she was actually making nice when the other dog bit her. Later, we were told by another camper the same Dalmatian had attacked her dog earlier. So, nice owner, convenient to pyramids, but noisy, and if you have a dog be careful. We would not go back.Report Check-In
People are very nice. Barking dogs not so much. Bring earplugs. Quick access to Mexico City.Report Check-In
Perfect spot to explore the pyramids of Teotihuacan. Easy bus/metro ride into the city (1-1 1/2 hour ride). Helpful host and green parking spots. Water pressure was extremely low and wifi barely functioned. Be cautious with the outlets closest to the street. $200pReport Check-In
Nice campground right in the middle of town. The noise was no worse for us than anywhere else that we've stayed, better than many. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and tiendas, within close walking distance. The pyramids are not a bad walk, and really impressive! We couldn't get wifi to work here, but another couple had luck sitting right next to the office. Her dogs didn't bark at all while we were here. We paid 200 pesos per night.Report Check-In
Nice spot. Clean and secure but fairly noisy. Great for visiting the historical sites nearby.Report Check-In
Great location close to town, the owner is lovely and very eager to help, left our rig here while we went to Mexico City for a few nights. Camping 200peso storage 100 peso.Report Check-In
Trailer park with nice bathrooms on the outskirts of Mexico City. Easy access to the pyramids. The owner is extremely nice; she’ll help you with whatever you need. In addition, her daughter is a dentist, so you can have your teeth checked and cleaned while you are here if you want to!Report Check-In
Grass pitch with electricity, water and dumping. WiFi. Loud all night was "gebÃ¶llert". Night Peso 200 -
Of the Mex 132 turn to San Juan. Go to church in the village. In the transverse or side street is the campground.Report Check-In
Family campsite with grassy sites. Water and electricity at site. New bathrooms, but unfortunately only with cold showers. Free WIFI at the front desk building. The river smells sometimes bad (according to the owner it is even worse in the winter). In 20 minutes you can walk to the pyramids. The taxi to go back costs 25 pesos.
If you want to storage your RV for several days during a visit to Mexico City it will cost 100 pesos / day.Report Check-In