It's a couple of metres down the road from Camp No 5. Somewhat run down but a few flat spots with nice views. 10 USD or 200 pesos. owner is super friendly and helpful. Toilet.
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Amazing views and sunsets. 200 pesos which seems to be the lowest rate around.Report Check-In
Great stay, 200 pesos a night. Host trued to charge us for the day in between two nights which we successfully neglected. We were the only ones here with another couple from Germany arriving for the second night.
Owner‘s dog is friendly to people. He is absolutely not friendly to other dogs. Owner kept the dog leashed after it attacked our small Golden Retriever.
But after all a great stay! Stunning views!
Pagamos 200 pesos mx por dos adultos nuestra van, una noche, Hay un baño. No hay agua potable ni electricidad.
Los dueños son muy serviciales y amables muy buena predisposición. Excelente servicio. Lo recomiendo.
Los perritos son un encanto ❤️
Basic but quiet and amazing views. The owner has some dogs but they are super friendly. They don't say no to fresh water and a snack. ;) Did not have much interaction with the owner.
There are some trash bins and a very basic toilet. You can walk down to Bufadora and save yourself 70 pesos for parking down there.Report Check-In
LOVED the views here!! Cute little campground with incredible views in every direction. It’s rustic though and there is only one toilet. The owners were really nice and we were able to purchase firewood. We enjoyed hiking down to La Bufadora from the campsiteReport Check-In
Small camp with beautiful views of Pacific Ocean, nice hiking trails, and gorgeous sunsets. No hookups. 400 pesos for two nights. Able to hike down to view La Bufadora without all the crowds. Some small tables, benches, and BBQ pits. Large rocks throughout camp that make maneuvering a little tight. Able to fit nicely with my 26.5’ class C. Larger rigs may have some issues if camp is filled. Full t-mobile/telcel service.
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spots overlooking the town of La Bufadora and the Pacific Ocean. They had one working bathroom (be sure to grab a jug of water to flush) and appeared to be doing improvements to the others. Sold us firewood. Sad about all the trash previous guests left.Report Check-In
Traveling in out F150 towing our 20ft travel trailer. We just fit in here…if it was crowded for any reason there would be no was to turn around and you’d probably have to back out. When we arrived the entire place was empty and we were able to use the larger area at the end to turn ourselves around. You are right on the cliffs edge. Stunning views!! $15US a night. The ground is not very level and there are some large rock sticking out of the ground. Was very windy the 1st day but the wind has calmed down now for our 2nd day here. Beautiful sunsets!Report Check-In
Secure and friendly! Restrooms. No showers but who cares with these VIEWS! $300 pesos a night ($15) vehicle. $100 for the day. Firewood. Store at the entrance. Will definitely be back!Report Check-In
They painted the wall and changed prices...200 pesos per vehicle per night, 100 for the day, 250 for 24h. Still kind of negotiable, staid the day and the night for 200.Report Check-In
Fairly primitive campground with incredible views. We’re self contained and didn’t need any facilities, so I didn’t check out what was there, if anything. It was very exposed and windy, which didn’t bother us but might be less fun if you’re in a tent. There were some friendly dogs. You can get a pretty good view of the Bufadora area from one side of the campground. Overall it was a great spot, I’d stay again.Report Check-In
Nice views, sign still says 100 pesos, he asked for 200. We got it for 150 :)Report Check-In
Very nice views! There is a clean toilet, which you have to flush with a bucket, because they dont have running water!Report Check-In
Spent every weekend south of Ensenada for over a month while working at the border. The campsites around La Bufadora are somewhat similar.
There can be day traffic that settles down in the evening. All afford beautiful views. All have some trash. Most have a day and night fee that are combined when staying 24 hours.
One advantage that this site has is access to town. You can walk a small trail into town to visit shops/restaurants. At this time, they were also building a restaurant/bar out of pallets near the entryway.
Wanted 200 pesos despite sign clearly stating 100 at gate. We left. No one staying there at this time. March 2022.Report Check-In
I love coming here. Perched above the La Bufadora you get 360 degree views. It’s 100 pesos per nights and worth it if you are checking out the boardwalk.Report Check-In
Saw several camps and decided on this one. $5 a night for dry camping. Drove to the end and had a view of La Bofadora when it blew at high tide. Left out RV and drove our scooter to the restaurants and venders. Loved this spot and stayed three nights.
lovely spot overlooking La Bufadora. 100 pesos/ night. we stayed 2 nights. very good cell signal. Beautiful sunset, perfect weather! we would definitely camp here again.Report Check-In
100 pesos for overnight. Quiet and given the proximity to Ensenada, a decent place to stay. There are little social trails to the cliffy rocks down below the campsite. Dramatic views of the Pacific. Didn't use the pit toilet. Trash cans and a few benches. If I was in the area I would stay here again.Report Check-In
Great spot. 100 pesos. Owner was friendly, lots of good spaces with amazing views. Several palapas. Clean toilet. Not recommended for tent camping, winds are strong at night.Report Check-In
Lovely sport on the bluff - we stayed two nights and left our vans multiple times to go walk around. Felt very safe and secure. The owners dog got aggressive with my dog which was a bummer. The bathroom was pretty horrible - don’t count on a working toiletReport Check-In
Great Views! A short walk down the cliff trails to restaurants. Paid $5 for vehicle. Nice drive out of Ensenada.Report Check-In
as others have said, amazing views, and a trail to the bufadora. rather run down, with broken tables and chairs. toilet used a bucket to flush. location (views) make it worthwhile, but be prepared for very "rustic"Report Check-In
We weren’t sure which one of the campgrounds to choose and are so happy we ended up here. Such a nice man. It’s not super flat but easy to level. 5$ or 100 pesos is totally worth it for this amazing view and you can walk down to La Bufadora (which would be 3$ parking).Report Check-In
Beautiful spot just above the La Bufadora with 360 degrees of views. Plenty of trails from the campsites leading to the cliff shores and even a nice trail/short-cut to the La Bufadora market street. If you start by the trailer behind the office it will drop up down to a road that leads right into the middle of the market area.Report Check-In
VERY BASIC! But awesome views and very close to La Bufadora. Just 10 minuutes walking downhill.Report Check-In
5 US$ for a rig/night. Good view. Everything is VERY basic.Report Check-In
Pretty basic, 100 pesos/night. Quick access to La Bufadora. It was a windy, rainy, night. There wasn't much in the way of cover, but the views when the clouds parted were great. Had Google Fi cell reception, which was slow but doable.Report Check-In
Quiet camp on the cliffs overlooking the sunset on the Pacifico! $5..Report Check-In
Amazing spot for a night with a fantastic view. Only problem when it is windy ( as it was ). No protection at all. Camper was shaking as hell.
A bit rough to drive in, not good for bigger vehicles to turn around
felt safe, nice views, exposed, mild wind always here, 100mxp/nigh. do notexpect grass and clean spot;)Report Check-In
Beautiful views, very exposed sites. Owner was nice, paid him US$5 for the night. Nearby touristy street was pretty dead, not many stores open (October).Report Check-In
We pulled in late but we greeted and paid our $5. Had the place to ourselves with rediculous views and a quick shot down the the blowhole for a breakfast of gorditas and arroz con leche.Report Check-In
Fantastic views from a clifftop right on top of el bufadora. great cell service and a short walk (less than 5k) down to el bufadora. toilet was rustic and bucket flush. owner and dogs were very friendly. $5 to camp, was the cheapest around.Report Check-In
Owner was super nice, views are beautiful and it was only $5! Flat parking, good cell reception and you can walk down to the tourist attraction right down the cliff side.Report Check-In
It is called El Mirador; the owner's name is Divino and he lives here. Views and sunset are amazing. We don't use to pay to sleep yet this place deserve it (it's just 100 pesos). Great mobile coverage.Report Check-In