Eco Camp Inn | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
72.3 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

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

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Description

Huge property with camping (different areas to choose from), cabanas and hostel (dorm)rooms. You will see easily the big entrance sign from the main bitumen road connecting the Mex-15D (27 km). WiFi near the reception and the pool. Restaurant serves breakfast and snacks. Lots of activities: swim, donkey, bike, hike, cable, climb, paintball, abseil, bbq, fire.This spot is located where we camped. We enjoyed a very quiet saturday and -night. Good place to wind down for a couple of days. Official camp price is 115 pp. Ask Aimee for the special overlander discount. Easy access for all rigs. [email protected]

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We are here at the impressive gate. Sign says only by reservation (6442280459) and closes at 4:30. We arrived close to 4:30 without reservation. Called the number and were told that they were either closed or full.

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A desert with zip lines and pools. Im guessing its a place where busloads of teens go camping and do the obstacle courses. Not really set up for camping but an ok place. We were the only ones here and cows wander through the campground. So theres some pies and flies.

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As described, very friendly host, WiFi not reliable, Telcel-signal only at reception. Clean bathrooms only cold showers.
We stayed 2 nichts, First night very quiet and peaceful. 2 persons 1 small camper 232 pesos per day.
Second night: 3 local cars with loud music until 2 am.

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Closed on Wednesday, and gates closed at 5pm daily. Not a place for Class A rigs. Their shaded campground only has clearance for 10ft max to enter the campground. they have another newly dozed area, trees scratching my RV sides and trailer wheel in a gully to get into that one. Vans and tent campers would be fine.

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Place was closed, they said on the phone that they are closed on Wednesday.

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Seems to be shut. Gate locked but doesn't look permenantly closed, maybe just for the season.

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As described. It seems that more was going on in June when first described. Pool was closed, showers were cold. Great infrastructure, banos are clean " for Mexico standards" with paper and seats. Very interesting place. Huge grounds. Lots to explore. We met a camp host named Almara. Excellent English. Place is expensive for they seem to be out of touch with camping prices. No "full hookups", no electricity at sites. "Quiet" but for some brief music, burros baying, coyotes howling. We recommend.

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Huge property with camping (different areas to choose from), cabanas and hostel (dorm)rooms. You will see easily the big entrance sign from the main bitumen road connecting the Mex-15D (27 km). WiFi near the reception and the pool. Restaurant serves breakfast and snacks. Lots of activities: swim, donkey, bike, hike, cable, climb, paintball, abseil, bbq, fire.This spot is located where we camped. We enjoyed a very quiet saturday and -night. Good place to wind down for a couple of days. Official camp price is 115 pp. Ask Aimee for the special overlander discount. Easy access for all rigs. [email protected]

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