Campo Mosqueda | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

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

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Campsites are on the Rio Hardy. This is a gringo community that is popular for water skiing and wake boarding. campsites have palapas and grills. Clean/nice bathrooms but no wifi. Nice stop for bird watching. Restaurant is open on Friday-Sunday. NOTE: road due east of here to join the BC1 is smooth-ish dirt but EXTREMELY narrow in places with a steep drop-off on both sides. down to the swamp-marsh.
Came by to check it out August 24rh 2019. Had the place to ourselves:) Rented kayaks for an hour for 100 pesos for single and 150 pesos for double. Hot but nice to paddle up the river and back. No bugs at 11am.

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Rather expensive camping (paid 250 pesos per per person per day+night), but very nice people, well maintained and a paradise like environment. We really liked the variety of birds here and the refreshing swims in the river. Most locals only spend the day here, so in the night it is very quiet. There are nice, clean hot showers and some mobile reception but not very good. We ended up staying 5 nights.

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Great spot to spend the night before border-crossing. We stayed on a Saturday, so during the day, the camp was busy with locals having a good weekend. At night, most day visitors left, and only a few campers remained and it was very quiet. Great birdwatching, and sheltered campground. The only con is that if you arrive before sunset, it's 300 pesos per person to camp. After sunset, it's 150 pesos pp.

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Arrived on a Thursday at 5pm and were able to pay to camp. $150MXN per camper. A few other camping vehicles were there. Overall, the facilities were nice with lots of space for camping. Things were mostly quiet (some ducks quacking at night) and felt safe. The store opens at 12pm on Friday and 9am Saturday and Sunday.

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Lovely camping along river. We were the only ones here on a Wednesday night. A few mosquitoes, but not a problem. Tons of birds!

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Really nice and quiet place to stay a few days. Busy during the week-end but alone between monday and friday.

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Beautifully landscaped and exquisitely clean campground. Charge 150 pesos per person per night. Lots of water and grassy areas to play in. Very clean flush toilets and cold water pull chain showers. Could take any size rig.bit didn't see any hookups. Mostly had the place to ourselves and restaurant was closed. Convenient for a last night before Mexicali border crossing. Light cell coverage on Verizon. No Wifi.

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Sprawling resort with palapas and soft areas for tent camping. It sits at the edge of the water, and on busier days you can rent jet skis and boats. We were the only ones here when we showed up on Christmas Eve, but there was a friendly non-English speaking man here to take the $10 for the two of us and our van.

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Hello
We haven't an other option, it's the only campground open in this area!
But we have chance, it's a nice place.
It's expensive, it's 200 pesos for 24h, by person.
But are arriving in the evening, so we pay only 100 pesos for the night.
We use our shower in the rv because their shower was cold.
If it wasn't so expensive we love to stay more time here!
Quiet night.

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This place is in wrong location - it is located at 32.15562, -115.27820

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Came by to check it out August 24rh 2019. Had the place to ourselves:)
Rented kayaks for an hour for 100 pesos for single and 150 pesos for double. Hot but nice to paddle up the river and back. No bugs at 11am. Met a cool semi local dude with a ski boat from Carlsbad Ca. We will be back in a month.

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We didn't stay here but it looks nice. NOTE: the road due east from here to join the BC1 is reasonably smooth dirt but EXTREMELY narrow in places with a steep drop-off on both sides. Definitely glad we didn't meet anyone coming the other way.

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Established camping ground by lake. Great array of birds!

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Very nice place. We really loved our time here. Beautiful birds !
You can have electricity at lights

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Nice & quiet this time of year. Pretty river & lots of birds. Playground for kids. Clean and pretty well kept area.

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Great campground off 5 on a peaceful lake with a variety of birds. Palapas with tables and grills that were all clean. Plenty of trash cans nearby each site. Restaurant and cantina were open but we didn't visit them. The grounds were spotless. $10 US per person for dry camping, includes showers.

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Deserted January 16. Clean bathroom. Nice bird watching. 360 pesos or $20 usd.

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Nice place to camp by the river. Good for moto camping, ground's a bit gravelly but good and firm for tent pegs. Had my own palapa and table. 200 pesos a night for tent. Windy all day but still once the sun goes down.

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Campsites are on the Rio Hardy. This is a gringo community that is popular for water skiing and wake boarding. campsites have palapas and grills. Clean/nice bathrooms but no wifi. Nice stop for bird watching. Restaurant is open on Friday-Sunday.

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