|Last Visited:||6 months ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Average|
|Big Rig Friendly:||No|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||No|
6.5km west of centro. The wifi extends to most of the campsites; the bandwidth is good.
March 4, 2015: 250 pesos for two people in a camper.
March 29, 2016: 300 pesos for two people in tent
February 22, 2017: 380 pesos for two people in Hilux truck.
November 18, 2018: 600 pesos for 2 people in Motorhome
April 9, 2019: 725 pesos for 2 people in Camper
December 2021: 3200 pesos for people in a camper!!!
Very expensive. Christmas season? 3600 pesos per night for two people and our camper. (About $22CDN at Western Union exchange rates.) Super quiet, secure and well-maintained campground which will certainly keep you safe and calm after a hectic day in touristy crowded Bariloche. Access to bus route (if you have a Sube card with money on it) #20 or #21. Awkward entrance. This place is not big-rig friendly. Spaces are tight and there are many low-hanging branches.Report Check-In
Paid cash $1230 pesos for 2 people in a camper. Sanitaries ok, did not try the pool and jacuzzi. Wifi very weak or impossible to connect. The way to the center by taxi is about $270 pesos. I say good option to avoid robbery.Report Check-In
Nice, clean, with “retro” infrastructures but work well. Heated (?) pool. Kitchen. That said for us was kind of expensive since we didn’t need all that extra infrastructure. We didn’t ask if the prices were up because of inflation or just because of high season: 585pp + 150 for the van. We stayed because it was late. Nice enough men at the reception.
Wifi not so fast in the evening, better in the morning.
No soap or toilet paper in the bathrooms.
Quite expensive, 450 pp + 100 for motorhome per night. WiFi ok, hot showers and clean toilets. Friendly owner. closest camping to the city but still to far too walk. We did a bike tour around the lake.Report Check-In
We stayed in low season (end of September) with a Camper, paid 900 pesos for 2 people 1 night. Maybe it was bit much when I read people complaining about paying 725pesos...But anyway the place was fine, they were preparing it for the high season coming, so it was bit chaotic but people were very nice, hot shower available and it's not far from Bariloche. We do recommend the place.Report Check-In
The inflation of camping-prizes is very high! Crumpy wanted 725 for 2p, incl. camper, per night. After the remark: es mui caro, he chased us away!! We found another place.Report Check-In
725 pesos for 2 persons and car, very clean bathrooms, hot showers 24/7. The spaces for the campervans and motorhome are dusty and the trees are hanging really low, so it was doing the scratching noises on our roof, we need to park the car differently, but not easy to find a flat space with no trees above. There is also a kitchen for use with the grill, fridge. Electricity at the spots.Report Check-In
Nice camping. Sites are small. We were the only camper so ok.
Wi-Fi ok in the quincho. Toilet and shower (good pressure) clean. Bus 20,21 to town centre. 600ap 2P and camper !!
Big place with many facilities: hot showers, pool, kitchen... Many places for tents and Motorhomes, not sure if really big rigs can pass the entry. Friendly and helpful owners. You can take the bus for visiting the city.Report Check-In
the camping was empty and probably close, but the owner offered us To stay for 300$/p/night, and was ok for only à hot shower 150$/p. bathroom were very clean and the shower as hot as expected!Report Check-In
Typical Argentinian campsite with a lot of people. Swimming pool and slides. Owner was not very friendly (grumpy old man). Priced 380 for two people in truck. Didn't stay as wifi was extremely slow (and needed it for work). Good option if you want to chill with all the amenities around.Report Check-In
He wanted to charge us 600 pesos per night for 4 of us in a vehicle, and also was rather unfriendly so we didn't stay.Report Check-In
Well maintained site with sites under trees. Showers 24/7, fast wifi, kitchen, hot showers 24/7, common room, swimming pool. The many sign with rules give an unpleasant impression. ARS 300 (2 adults, camper)Report Check-In
Nice camp site not to far from the center. Take buses 20, 21 to get here (around km 6). This was the only site open when we visited. It's very expensive (300 pesos for the 2, camping). While hiking we had to pay 30 per pack, per day to leave luggage behind. We would not recommend, overall very greedy people.Report Check-In
i slept one night for 150 pesos, clean camp, good WiFi and Hot shower . there is a kitchen and power at the site.Report Check-In
He asked for 350 for two people and a dog. Only if my dog wouldn't leave the camper. So we left.Report Check-In
200 pesos for two in a van and 10 for WiFi. Hot water and good WiFi at sites.Report Check-In
$280AR for 2 people, vehicle, and internet. Pool is full and active. Large rig we could park in the back of the grounds. Wifi did not reach us, we had to go into the larger community building. Showers and running water available. Expensive, but comfortable.Report Check-In
Ok campground close to town. Sites are fairly tight and close to each other. All have BBQ, some have tables and chairs. Clean bathrooms with hot shower. Expensive with 100 pesos per person plus 10 pesos for the wifi per day.Report Check-In
Full service campground just outside Bariloche. Not as much overall space as Camping Petunias but more space per site and closer to town. Pool, but it wasn't filled when we were here (December). Price was 100P per person and 10P for wifi. They have washing machines here as well- 90 per bag of laundry a little steep but convenient. Good wifi reaches site. We returned here in January and price was 125 a person and wifi was in and out.Report Check-In