We stayed here because Victoria had read about the cracked crab they serve at the restaurant, it did not disappoint! – Hot (albeit smelly) showers, free fast wifi, electric and water hookups, amazing dinner and margaritas in the restaurant, quick walk to a deserted beach – 10USD/night –includes 15amp power, water and electricity (generator) –
8 full hookup sites with shade trees and planted privacy screens.
Motel rooms also available.
Restaurant open until 10pm
Basic camping sites without hookups also available at reduced price (90 pesos a night)
NOTE - Suggest not connecting your rig to shore power for 30 minutes after the generator starts because of excessive voltage drop
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Cheap place to camp for the night. Restaurant was mediocre and a bit pricey, showers were not warm but grateful to rinse off nonetheless.Report Check-In
Stayed 2 nights. was very easy to get into with our 36ft 5th wheel. They have 8 sights with water and sewer. There is no power at the sites. We have solar so it didn't mater but if you don't you would have to use a generator. Spoke to the owner about the power as other reviews mentioned that there was power here. She was very nice and said that they did have a generator to power the campground but they have switched over to solar and do not have enough panels to supply the whole park. It's a work in progress. There are also 4 or 5 dry camping spots. we paid 200 Pesos for our site and it's 100 pesos a night for the dry camping sites. I saw a review saying that this was too much but let's put this in perspective, $5 or $10 a night is absolutely amazing! Think of what a site costs in Canada or the US! Also, these are family run businesses not big chains so I think its great knowing that the money is actually helping out a hard working family. There is a restaurant here but we did not try it. The wifi did not work at our site(#7) but Telcel works here 4 bars of Lte. Short 10 minute walk to a sand dune beach. It's an amazing beach and worth the walk down! It was very quiet at night. NO ROSTERS! There were 2 big dogs at the entrance but they did not come to our site and when they saw our small dog they did not bother her. Would definitely stay here again!Report Check-In
Paid 100 pesos to dry camp in parking lot. 200 pesos for inside (electric). Hotel rooms available very cheap. Family friendly location, English speaking owners. Seems their business has been hit hard due to the pandemic like so many others in Baja. This place is worth the visit. Amazing food, cheap beers.Report Check-In
We took advantage of the restaurant, wifi & dry camping here. Lovely space with pool table & games. Showers and toilets on site that we didn’t use. Nice walk to the sand dunes and beach!Report Check-In
$5 dry camping. Lovely 1 mile hike to the dunes and ocean. Restaurant has good food, great margaritas. Nice, friendly owners and full time residents. Hot showers, but, bathrooms need some repairs. Our favorite Baja stop thus far.Report Check-In
easy and cheap tent camping. there's a restaurant on premises. don't miss the walk to the beach. the dunes are absolutely incredible. the pathway there is deceiving. it seems like there is nothing special but you will be rewarded with a spectacular view!!Report Check-In
90 MXN per night in dry camp. Hot showers. Most part of road was asfalted, only last part was dirt road, but really easy dirt road, easy accessible by small car.Report Check-In
We love this place. Big spots for dry camping. 90 pesos. Short walk to the beach. The Mexican combo plate and margs in the restaurant are enough of a reason to visit.Report Check-In
90 pesos to park our vehicle in the picnic area with our dog, walking distance to beach, toilets!! have yet to check out the showers- can't wait. staff is really sweet, can't beat this price. onsite restaurant and bar, really cuteReport Check-In
Ok for one night. They had a restaurant and a bar which was nice. The food was good. Dry camping 5US. Was able to dump and fill up with water before we left. They have happy hour at 4pm too. The WiFi was decent- avg.Report Check-In
Skip the crab. Drink the margaritas instead. 90 pesos to dry camp. Lots of dogs loose so if you have your own like we do...be careful. The ones here were super territorial and weren’t stoked on our pooches crashing the partyReport Check-In
Great campground. They have 8 full hookup back-in sites and at least 3 pull thru dry camping. Worked great for our caravan of big rigs (40+ft).
10 min walk to the beautiful beach.
The food at the restaurant was good and the margaritas were super strong!
The crab dish was huge and delicious
Decent, friendly out of the way place with a good restaurant as mentioned. Beware the margaritas, they are strong!Report Check-In
Margaritas and crab were great! Stumbled back to our dry camping spot. Good wifi. 80 pesos.Report Check-In
nice place, 10min walking from the beach, reserot near looks old, it tastes similar.. wifi works! To me 100mxp for dry camping with cold water is still overpriced being in Mexico, but thats other story..Report Check-In
We stayed in their parking lot for one week. As described, you can dry camp in the dusty parking lot for 90MP, that includes the use of toilets (only one shower and one toilet with a hole in the roof available at the moment). For 180MP you park inside and get pretty much the same. We asked the guy at the reception and he let us fill our water tank and empty the grey water one when we were leaving. Overall this place looks like a 70's motel, everything looks kind of old and not taken care of. Many retired Americans around. On the other hand, for 90 pesos you get a safe and calm place to stay with a decent wifi and ok toilets, which might turn out cheaper than staying for free at the Misión Santa María and be forced to eat a meal per day. Food was great and everybody was super nice. Also this place is less than a 10 minutes walk to the beach, which is not that beautiful but has some cool sand dunes.Report Check-In
Stayed here one night, as described. Although they do not offer electricity of any kind at the sites anymore, as of the last 6 months this is the situation. So have to charge your phone in the restaurant. Had margaritas at the bar and all the permanent American residents get together at happy hour for a drink. Good WiFi reaches sites. Nice place although quite random! Nice walk to the beach :) paid 150 for 2 people in a vanReport Check-In
still 90pesos the night for dry camping.
We needed electricity and the owner offered us nicely to plug in into the restaurant next to the bar.
Internet average for dowload, slow for upload. Be patiente...
Very clean, no smell and large rooms. We paid $19US for a room with 2 Queen and a single bed. Hot showers.
They were on solar generator so no more 10pm curfew. 24 hours of electricity. Good WiFi.
Awesome lovely place, we stayed already 2 years ago and came back!Owner very friendly and helpful!
Dinner and Breakfast very delicious 😋
Very good showers, hot! Good wifi and very quiet! A very good place to stop for 2 nights and more...
ABSOLUTELY love this place! The crab is the best around and worth the MX300. That's about $16.67 U.S. You're not going to find that good of crab dish in the states for that price. Dry camping is only $5. Water and septic is an extra $5. Wifi is free. A double room is MX450 and only MX50 a person after 2. They're now on solar power, so there's power throughout the night with heaters in the hotel rooms. Unfortunately, because there's no guarantee that the rvs won't run all the battery power down, that means as of right now there's no power hook ups just water and septic. But there's flushing toilets, running water, and hot showers. I never pass by the area without stopping here. The undeveloped beach is within walking distance. Less than a mile. You can hear the waves at night. It's peaceful and the people who work here and live here are just great. Oh and happy hour is from 4pm to 5pm. Restaurant is open 7am-10pm every day except Christmas! A MUST visit destination.Report Check-In
nice spot set back from the beach. they seem to have done/be doing some improvements. shower was hot and NOT salty. bathrooms clean. owner was very nice. bar was nice had a margarita which seemed a bit pricey. wifi was super slow.
stayed in an RV spot with water and power for $170 (4 people)Report Check-In
75 pesos to dry camp. they have full hook up spots (electricity, water and sewer) for more money. beach is beautiful, empty and we saw a sea lion swimming. we had happy our margaritas, which we very strong. the food seems a little expensive, 300 mx for the crab, so we didn't eat here. WiFi is great, strong and fast. showers are warm.Report Check-In
Epic spot. We paid 89 pesos (5 bucks) for two people in a campervan. It's a weekday though, but facilities are great for the price.Report Check-In
Safe, relaxed camping near to the ocean. Great bar and restaurant with happy hour. Ex pat crowd.Report Check-In
Quirky motel/campsite/rv park just south of San Quintin. Arrived in time for happy hour: strongest margaritas ever!! It was thanksgiving and the Americans who call this place home invited us to join their feast. Hospitality abounds. Hot showers, flush toilets MxP 90 for campingReport Check-In
85 pesos per night standard parking. 120 pesos for sewer connection spots. Friendly retired americans abound. Restaurant and bar with happy hour 4 to 5pm. Warm shower and baños ok. Not the nicest place.Report Check-In
had the place for our own....
very cool beach just a 5 min walk away
quiet, nice people
food was okay
80 pesos for dry or 160 pesos for hookup sites
Yummy food. Delicious margaritas. Not beautiful but simple with some charm.Report Check-In
Nice spot to camp for the night. 75 pesos for no hook up camping. Food was amazing. Get the crab if its the last thing you ever do! Best we have ever had!Report Check-In
A bit disappointed after some good reviews. Very nice family but only one bathroom open, no crab, long walk to the beach . Agreed that was maybe nice 20 or 30 years ago but in disrepair. Paid $10 for a hookupReport Check-In
Électricité coupe de 22h a 15h wifi intermitent faible 10$usd une douche tiede, A 15 minutes à pied de la plageReport Check-In
Our fave so far in Baja. The crab at the restaurant is EVERYTHING. The beach is EVERYTHING. The campground was quiet and safe. The people who live there are cool as cucumbers. Clean bathrooms with hot water. The beach was completely deserted, hidden by dunes the dog loved playing in. Clam fisherman show up at 330 - neat to watch. Charges us 160 pesos. Could have been cheaper bc we don't need hookups but they were so sweet that we didn't bother trying.Report Check-In
On arrival he said M$70 for dry camping no hookup (later when we paid for food/drinks/camping combined it went up to M$80. Camping is parking in a dusty spot of ground near the restaurant but facilities were OK. Flush toilet with TP provided and cold shower. Toilets in the restaurant were quite nice with soap and paper towels. Unfortunately we didn't have enough cash (they don't accept card) to order cracked crab but we ordered quesadillas M$70 each for 3 which were served with refried beans - very good. Also received complimentary tortilla chips and dip as an appetiser and complimentary black bean soup for starter. Margaritas were awesome M$75 unless happy hour (half price).Report Check-In
Paid $75 pesos for no hookup. Shower was warm and ok. The place was deserted and felt like a resort from the 80's which had never been renovated! happy hour between 4 and 5pm, 1/2 price on beers and margaritas. WiFi was good and we had the WiFi signal from the camping area. Dog friendly. Good for one night stop.Report Check-In
Excellent place to stay. We paid 150 pesos. The restaurant was wonderful! Great margaritas and crab!Report Check-In
Paid 5 dollars to park with out any hookups. A short walk to the beach. Crab dinner and margaritas was amazing. Felt safe and I didn't even worry once. Everyone here was super friendly.Report Check-In
130 MXN/night. The cracked crab and margaritas are as amazing as we remember. Also, electric is generator powered and gets turned on at 3:30 pm until about 1 am. Apparently gets turned on for a short while in the morning as well. Happy,hour at 4, half priced drinks :)Report Check-In
We really liked this place. It was a great camp to catch up on some rest before the big day driving to Guerrero Negro. Great restaurant - the cracked crab dish and the clam dish were great. Happy hour from 4 to 6 pm at the bar!Report Check-In
We really liked this place. It was a great camp to catch up on some rest before the big day driving to Guerrero Negro. Great restaurant - the cracked crab dish and the clam dish were great. Happy hour from 4 to 6 pm at the bar! We payed $10 per night for an "RV" slot.Report Check-In
We paid 120 pesos with electricity. The campground was quiet and the amount of stars you could see at night was amazing. Warm showers. One bathroom under construction. Couldn't get wifi. Friendly owners.Report Check-In
We stayed here because Victoria had read about the cracked crab they serve at the restaurant, it did not disappoint! – PROS: Hot (albeit smelly) showers, free fast wifi, electric and water hookups, amazing dinner and margaritas in the restaurant, quick walk to a deserted beach – CONS: basically a dusty parking lot next to a restaurant, not in walking distance to anything except the restaurant. – 10USD/night – GPS: 30.40884 N, 115.92326 WReport Check-In