Note - some sites will fit the largest rigs.
- 500 pesos for big rig
- 400 Pesos for smaller rig
- moderate satellite WiFi connection
- hot shower, flushing toilets
- water and sewer hookups
- beautiful location in between cacti and flowers
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Nice campsite. Only stayed one night. 400 pesos. Pretty expensive. Full hookups (except electricity) sewage is a small 3” pipe so doesn’t exactly fit with sewage hoses. Nice level pads. We were the only ones here, lots of cacti especially on the ground so watch your feet and dogs feet.Report Check-In
Nice desert camping with some trees for shade. I have 2 bars of Telcel intermittently. Had the place to ourselves. $400 pesos for a truck camper seems a little steep but for the first weekend of Semana Santa we were glad to find somewhere so quiet.Report Check-In
Wifi and level campsites with easy access. There is no hot water available so showers are stone cold. We stopped here due to damage to black water tank so our toilet not working. Shower/toilet not particularly near sites.Report Check-In
The campground is now open.
Masking required in shared areas. $500 pesos for a big rig, $400 for small.
Two people and one van without hook ups and he tried charging us 400 pesos !!! Not one other person around. No thank you....Report Check-In
Love this spot - great place for a hot shower, a wifi connection and some quiet down time.
We have always paid 150 pesos but they increased the price to 250 in the last week or so, two people in a campervan.Report Check-In
Super quiet place to stay. We were the only campers on a Saturday night. We had planned to stay at Tecolote beach, but it was too windy. There are 2 bathrooms with a shower in each. The water is nice and hot with good pressure. Each campsite has water and the area is very clean. We paid 150p for 1 night.Report Check-In
Beautiful place to relax, very quiet
We spent 2 nights, 250$M each (RV 25ft, 2 adults and a child)
Gate was open for us. Stayed here for 3 nights waiting for a storm to pass. Very quiet spot, nice bathrooms with hot showers, some places have palapas, WiFi was slow as anywhere else in BC where we’ve stayed, paid 150/night for two people in a van.Report Check-In
Closed for us too. We tried to drive in at 5pm on a Sunday. The gate was padlocked. No sign mentioning why they're closed.Report Check-In
Wanted to stay here but the gate was locked. Not sure if it’s because of low season or the hurricane that is on it’s way (we were hoping to ride it out away from the ocean). Didn’t have any service or a phone number to call.Report Check-In
Awesome place , this is a super peaceful place to spend a few days , we did not use any hook ups although they are available,,, if you are an overlander you will love it ,,, if you like RV parks you might find it boringReport Check-In
Nice place. Friends went back a few times in their trip because they liked it so much. We stayed three nights, which is special since we boondock 98%. Water and sewage (3inch pipe only) at each site. Good enough wifi at the common palapa. Trails to walk around.
Note : A man (not the boss because she goes to La Paz every weekend) tried to charge us 250mxp for 2 adults and a big van... good thing we knew it was 150 (our friend had stayed there 10 nights).
As described by others.
Internet not too bad and it’s the only connection to the world. No Telcel. Kitchen is not useful because you can’t cook there.
Paid 150p for two in a van.
My wife and I travel in a conversion van and have no need for hook-ups and such. To us, this Rancho Verde site is perfect. The drinkable(but a little hard) water at each site, is nice. The people here are the best, and the security is great, with the gate closing at dark. The opportunities for hiking are so good, from the 2 mile loop around the property to the property roads and to the Sierra de la Laguna above.Report Check-In
I stayed here 2 years ago & not much changed except wi-fi is better. Nice quiet place for camping (esp. after noisy Santiago). Can be chilly at night so make sure to have plenty of blankets. Good place for pets to run around.Report Check-In
Very nice and peaceful place. Friendly hosts. Big spots, clean toilets and good shower . Average WiFi in the kitchenReport Check-In
it is a campground like a park, big lots, clean and quiet. We paid for overnight 250 PesosReport Check-In
Wonderful and peaceful working ranch. Spacious sites with firepits at some. Lovely owners, clean bathroom with hot shower. Our favourite place in Baja. Paid 150 pesos per night for two people in a truck camper. Absolutely peaceful day and night and couple of short hiking trails on the property. Highly recommend. Wifi very intermittent but just enough to load emails occasionally!Report Check-In
Clean bathrooms, hot showers with good water pressure, lovely peaceful spot at a working ranch. I pretty much had the place to myself, but it felt really safe as the family house was not too far away.
The owners were really nice - let me camp under a big tree with lots of shade rather than on one of the established campsites as it was really hot when I arrived. The resident dogs are very well behaved working farm dogs - I could only dream of getting my dog so well trained ;) Also there are adorable goats!!
150 pesos for tent campingReport Check-In
Clean bathrooms, hot showers with good water pressure, lovely peaceful spot at a working ranch. I pretty much had the place to myself. The owners were really nice - let me camp under a big tree with lots of shade rather than on one of the established campsites as it was really hot when I arrived. The resident dogs are very well behaved working farm dogs - I could only dream of getting my dog so well trained!
150 pesos for tent campingReport Check-In
As described. We were looking for a quiet place for the Semana Santa. We were alone in the campground.Report Check-In
Nice uncrowded wooded RV park in mountains with no large RV's. I tent camped here 1 night with my dog. Nice change from sand and beaches with fresh air in higher altitude. Nonpotable water. Wi-Fi was not working during my stay & I think they have very low bandwidth so don't depend on it being functional. But otherwise a nice park.Report Check-In
Very nice campground with hot showers, non-potable water and sewer dumps at each site. No electric. WiFi near office (slow). We paid 160 pesos for the 2 of us.Report Check-In
Great place in lush green area with a lot of cacti. Quiet and very nice owners. We could only stay for one night, but would definitely stay longer if possible. Paid 160 for 2 people and a car camper.Report Check-In
Price has gone up a little bit to 152 Pesos for a small rig, 2 persons. Very beautiful campground with lots of space. Clean and nice toilet and shower. Slow sattelite-wifi.Report Check-In
An oasis if you want to escape the beach life. Spacious sites with lots of trees and grass. We paid 130 pesos without hookup. Bathroom including hot shower well maintained.Report Check-In
230 pesos with no hook ups, hot showers available.Very beautiful grounds, didn't stay though.Report Check-In
Haven by name, haven by nature. Roomy sites with water and sewer in nice surroundings.
WiFi reaches closest sites.Satellite service so not too fast.
Nice camp kitchen and amenities block.
Traffic noise way in the distance, but very quiet at night.
US$14 for large motorhome and two people.
130 per night for 2 persons with hot showers, clean bathrooms and water and sewage connection.Report Check-In
Very nice campground with a clean bathroom (hot shower) and WiFi. Friendly owner, M$130.Report Check-In