Camping Nahuel Pan | Established Campground

Argentina

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Last Visited: 9 months ago
GPS: -42.90927, -71.28857
Altitude: 0.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: No
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Well maintained campground with grassy stalls and the only place around town for RV’s/car campers. They advertise wifi but have none. We enjoyed a sunny late February afternoon here.. If you’re headed south, this is probably your last chance for sunshine and summer weather.

AR$120 por person

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exelente camping y cabañas, llegamos cansados y nos hicieron muy buen precio en las cabañas (temporada baja). muy buena atención de sus dueños

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Not the greatest camping but ok to spend a night on the road. The shower doors did not close properly. Toilets were not very clean and to flush you had to stick your hand in the tank and pull the lever which is a bit disgusting. We paid 760 for 2p and van. Wifi very weak and only around reception.

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No water for your rig (or not willing to provide, "go to de gas station"), wifi works in the camping spots, nice place. My vehicle is 3.3 m high, 6.35 long and no problem. One person + rig = 450 arg.

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nice place, but when we came there, the men toliets were close, no wifi at all, specifically that noght there was a party that was on until 3am and the price the price was 200ps... Im not sure that was worth it... but we came late. also so far from city center..

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Wi-Fi is ok. The camping is not officially open yet. It opens in January. From there the cheap price (100 pesos pp) and the fact that only one part of the sanitary block is open. Beware : they have a «quincho» that they rent for «fiestas». We did «enjoy» the music until 6 am....

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Little place with green and shady places. Some noises from road, at night quiet. Showers hot with low pressure. WiFi slow, we used the connection to Petrobras [Password removed by moderator.]
200 pesos for 2 and a Motorhome

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Grassed campsites. They are at work. Fixing new tables and so...Only one toilet shower block (Damas) open (probably under construction??). Shower very low pressure and not cleaned for a while...100aP pP. some sites ok for smaller campers. No Wi-Fi.

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100 pP and 100 for car+trailer, in general a nice camping area but not well maintained at this time, bins in toilet haven’t been emptied in a while, hot water and electricity worked well, could not connect to wifi, all other places around were closed

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private campground with common room/cafe. bathrooms needed cleaning and maintenance when we were there. water pressure was inadequate and hot water was more tepid than hot. Price has also gone up again to 180 per person that's a 500% increase in 6 years! I don't think we would have stayed if we weren't tired.

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Estuvs en temporada baja y todavia no estaban los baños habilitados. Por lo que el precio fue un poco mas barato que la tarifa normal.
Utilizamos las duchas de la estacion Petrobras que está enfrente. Costo $25 por 20 minutos.

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Cheap price, 100 pesos per person. Not a great stay for us though: No hot water when we were there, Two dogs on site who parked very loudly all night long. It’s more of a local spot it seems, meaning that the norm here is Argentinian style camping - ie late night dinners, radios and hanging out, so probably not the best if you’re wanting an early night sleep. Fine for a place to crash for cheap tho.

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We negotiate 120pesos for two (at the beginning the guy ask us 240pesos for two while is low season, insane) but it still really expensive for the service... The wifi wasn't working, and the Refugio was occupied by the owners (birthday) so we couldn't chill inside. The bathroom block are in poor state but hot shower. Light for each spot (but some are broken).

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High Season prices were 120 per person + 120 per vehicle if you need electricity. Very pricey! Good showers, shade, closed room with tables + (bad) Internet. Wifi was better at at the Perobras across the street.

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great grassy camping site. 24h clean and hot showers. a bit pricy: $A 120 pp. wifi was not working.

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80 pesos pp and definitely internet (although not the best - try YPF in town). Very hot showers though...

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Arp 70/person. Wifi actually works. Arp 400 for a cabana with private bathrooms. Grills. Electricity at sites. Nice surroundings.

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Well maintained campground with grassy stalls and the only place around town for RV’s/car campers. They advertise wifi but have none. We enjoyed a sunny late February afternoon here.. If you’re headed south, this is probably your last chance for sunshine and summer weather.

AR$30 per person, AR$25 for RV.

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