actually: this Mennonite run campsite is closed. But: they still take the occassionally camper. They still have electrcity and water available on the site. Very nice people, but: 20 US $ per night! Right across the street: great pizza at Los Arcos!! > cheap!
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we stopped in here for a night en route to the US from copper Canyon. The family was very welcoming and let us dry camp for free. He mentioned they don't have electric but only water but we didn't need anything so he said no charge. we went to the mennonite museum which was very interesting and walked across the street for pizza at Los Arcos. The pizza was cheap but nothing special.
some road noise but it quited down late at night. We heard roosters and ducks early in the morning but otherwise very peaceful.Report Check-In
After visiting the Mennonite Museum (recommended) in the vicinity, I checked into this supposedly closed RV-Park. The friendly, multilingual (G/E/Sp/+) family let me dry-camp for free with my small rig ... and mentioned I could stay as long as I wanted to. Water and electricity on site seems still available (at cost) but no other facilities.Report Check-In
gate at the white house right (furniture), they are very friendly and speak german! A good place!Report Check-In