About 200 to 400 pesos / night. nice pool. Decent restrooms could use updating, showers a bit gross. Big shady lounge area near a big pool. Each site has power 15amp, water and sanitary hook up. Ample room to pull a big trailer. Secure spots. Recommend over all other places in town.
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Some shade at the sites
We were left to do our thing
Restaurant just outside the gates.
Not so good
Very dusty especially in a breeze.
The campground needs some investment as it’s in a gradual decline. Water in the toilet came and went, the showers are dusty, the WiFi is not reliable.
If you need to stop this is a good spot. It’s not a long term camping proposition without some money being spent on it first to make staying here enjoyable rather than convenient.Report Check-In
Nice park with pull-thru spots. They have full hook up water electric sewer for 400 pesos per night. There is a pool and nice out door seating area. Patti who owns the park is lovely. In the morning and afternoon there is a buffet restaurant at the front of the park but you need to go back into town for dinner. Patti was happy to let us use the dump and fill our water tanks even though we did not get a full hook-up site.Report Check-In
Overpriced at 400 pesos. Pool was freezing cold and quite dirty. Very low water pressure. Lady at the front Paty is very nice. 15 amp and sewer/water at each site.Report Check-In
Right off of hwy 1, easy to find. If you are traveling south it is on the left hand side of the hwy. Park is clean, with beautiful flowers and greenery around the pool area. There used to be shower rooms but those are now closed. Instead there are 2 washrooms with showers inside. Clean and good water pressure. We did not use but I did check them out. The sites had full service with 15amp electrical. Water is clean and clear. Sites are sufficient for any sized rig, sandy and flat. The caretaker is delightful, she speaks wonderful English. There was a bit of dog poop around but not too bad. There is a farm next door so if you are a light sleeper the chickens and goats may bother you and they are up early, as are the workers. I have a Telcel chip and it has 4 bars, worked fine. A bit of road noise but all in all an excellent stop over. Oh there is a pool as well but it's a bit too chilly for this time of year. Will definitely be staying here again.Report Check-In
We tried to stay here. The gate was closed. Sign said they were open. No one there. Looking through the gate, the place looked in disrepair. We drove around the side and peering through the fence, saw a total mess. We moved on...Report Check-In
Great RV Park! Secure and nicely kept. They have full hook-up’s 15amp circuits I believe. Also water and sanitary constructions at each spot.
A bit expensive expect to pay $300 to $400pesos a big high for RV parking in the area.
The restrooms are not the best, the showers could use updating.
The Wifi is only available near the office and nearly non-exciting at the RV locations.
No resturant on site, the pool is nice but at times rented out for private events and RV guest are not allowed to enter pool. Overall a great experience for a night stay.Report Check-In
Nice place next to the road. Clean bathrooms and good wifi. 100 pesos per person for dry camping. Electricity available. Do not leave your shoes outside you vehicle. The dog will eat them 😩😩😩.Report Check-In
Paid 280 peso for a dry spot after our Sprinter broke down in Cuidad Constitution. They wouldn't negotiate on price even though we were the only people here (unfortunately we didn't have a choice). We had a good time enjoying the pool, but everyone should know there are a ton of hornets and biting bugs IN the water. My daughter and I are now covered in welts. Probably not worth the price.Report Check-In
Nice place. But in the low season the pool is rented to the local people and cannot be used. With over 40 degrees a pool would be nice already we have decided for a hotelReport Check-In
I payed 100mxn with my tent.
I camped under the roof at the reception.
Very nice camping with a little pool , hot showers and restrooms. WiFi available. We have paid 100 pesos per person with a tent and our bikes.Report Check-In
Very nice place to stay overnight. Very friendly and english speaking hosts. Recommended.Report Check-In
Maybe the best place in town but disappointing, and overpriced. Your best plan is to plan and drive through this area.Report Check-In
Entrance is at a yellow arch in the street. Clean and nice campground. Very friendly english speaking staff. We Where alone. Restrooms near the pool big and clean. Other are restoring but working. 300 peso’s full hookup. Internet at reception. Quiet at night.Report Check-In
was received by friendly owners. could pick any spot for camping under big palmleave roofs. WiFi worked,but slow.
toilet clean, didn't try shower, looked old, but clean.
bit of highway 1 noise during night, but just use earplugs.
paid 100 peso.
friendly young dog on property.
was only one staying, but the town doesn't seem popular in general, nothing much except for overnighting on your way along Baja.
Really nice spot for an overnight. Lots of nice, shady sitting areas, and the pool was clean and very refreshing on a hot day. The owner speaks perfect English and was very kind. Bathrooms and whole place were very clean. 300 for full hookups.Report Check-In
the place is okay, the showers cold and agly, the net works good in the morningReport Check-In
Stayed 2.nights, 280Pesos/night dry campsite; WiFi was o.k very early in the morning or late in the night; the restrooms needs more maintenance! I would say the 280 is a little overpriced;Report Check-In
An ok place with pool. Burning garbage completely ruined the stay - gagging on smoke the whole stay. Bathrooms are in need of work but reasonably clean. WiFi was all but useless.Report Check-In
Had the place to myself. Friendly people. Showers were cold but i was hot so didn't care. Tent and moto parked under a palapa. Wifi was good by the office. 100 pesos a nightReport Check-In
Nice place, very well kept but ... the bathrooms definitely need improvement. When we arrived in the afternoon they looked pretty dirty & shabby so that I didn't want to use them. In the morning they had obviously been cleaned and looked much better.
MNX 280 dry camping
MMX 300 full hook up
Password for WiFi was displayed at office door.Report Check-In
Really really beautiful campground with palapas, swimming pool, cactus and palm trees at the beginning of the city. We felt like home. In case, the owners speak well English. We paid 200 pesos for a small campervan without electricity. Good wifi around the swimming pool, good hot showers but not so clean.Report Check-In
Got here in the afternoon and there was noone around. Asked in the store beside the camping if the camping was still open. She said we could just open the gate and pick a place. So we did :-) spent the afternoon near the swimming pool which looked alright! Nice temperature of the water. Good wifi, not super fast, but will do. Lot of places to sit in the shade. Nice warm showers, not super clean but alright. Next morning we met the super nice owners, who gave us a lot of information about the ferry from La Paz to mainland. Paid 280 pesos. Liked it!Report Check-In
Wanted $300 to camp for one night. Pool looked OK as did toilets and showers. Didn't stay.Report Check-In
A cozy place with a lot of greenery. We had it all for ourselves for 200 pesos (2 motorcycles, 2 people, 1 tent) and were allowed to build a tent under the palapa. There were tables and chairs for us to use and a clean pool to dip in. Toilets and showers were clean. They said there is hot water, but we didn't find it :) However the weather was hot enough to enjoy a cold refreshing shower.Report Check-In
very poor. overpriced. toilets look like they haven't been cleaned in weeks and hot water not working. WiFi only available in communal area. loud at night, not good in a tent. more flies and mossies then I thought possible.Report Check-In
Really much nicer than the previous poster wrote. Pool lovely and clear, grounds tidy and shady, bathrooms very clean. Owner and her pets very friendly. No loud music on weeknights at least. Off season price 100pp for tent camping.Report Check-In
Bathrooms gross, music SO LOUD from a club next door that we didn't sleep all night, however... Wifi was super speedy. GO TO THE BREAKFAST PLACE NEXT DOOR IF YOU STAY!!! It's in the same building as reception. Delicious Mexican and more Canadian style food, I got a biscuit breakfast sandwich with pineapple and ham and it was good. Would not stay at be RV park again due to noise but the breakfast place is 100% worth a visit.Report Check-In
the place is not in good shape, bathrooms are creepy and pool is more a little lake with lots of dead animals/insects and green water. For dry site 240 pesos, for 100 per person you get the tent site ( we don't know the difference but personally I think it's ridiculous)! The room is normally 500 in high season we paid 350 but there is no hot shower!!! (It's a room) and no one advertise you about that, and the room is letted gone...Report Check-In
18 USD or 220 pesos for two people. Average to fast internet - reachable if you're close by the office (under palapa is ok). Hot shower. Not so nice (ok) restrooms. Overall looked after. Has a nice big palapa and pool.Report Check-In
This place was nice at one time. Hot tub not working. Toilets and showers won't drain. Facilities clearly need updating. Luke warm showers- never hot. But spaces are roomy and we slept. Paid $220pesos for no hook upsReport Check-In
Very friendly people and nice pool Great spots but the showers could use some work.Report Check-In