Rancho Acosta (RV Park & B&B) | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
358.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
647-404-0024, land 647-428-0246
Contributor:
peter

Amenities

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

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Description

Nice shaded camping spots with full hookups available. It's a quiet spot and we enjoyed our time there. 20 amps electric. $10 per night without electricity. 130 pesos per night for van and two people dry camping.

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The campground in May 2022 is as described with all facilities. Dogs are welcome. There are no signs to this place so you have to trust your mapping. 300 pesos with hookups. A good place to stay.

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We visited this RV park for 3 nights. One description indicated that it wasn't good for big rigs. One pulled in while we were here. See photo. Showers were hot and clean. We paid 300p per night for 2 people. I would highly recommend this park.

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We love this place. Empty most of the year except during the music festival at the end of January. Hot showers, super clean. Electric and dump at every site. Friendly family owns it, Maria and Carlos. They speak fluent English. Easy walk to town.

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nice place, right behind the cemetry. WiFi near pool. pool cold and showers too. friendly owner

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quite a search in Alamos to reach the Rancho. Fiesta de Virgin in the village, so lots of traffic. Got there and good quiet night. 200 peso for our Campertruck 2persons. Will try pool today

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Happy Valentine's day!
We were here in 2018 & rarely visit a place twice. Here we are!
One other camper.
No dogs sign. GPS is correct.
Maria's cell/ whats app
647) 404-0024
land 647) 438-0246
Carlos espouso
Melissa daughter
Blanca Nieva is the Lady who works here.
Still a freezing pool, WiFi only works good by the office.
$15 US/ night camp
1200 pesos/ nightfor the B n B

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City of Alamos is nice. this is conveniently located so that you can walk into town. 180
pesos no services. two of three washrooms were operational only one had hot water for showers. wifi available but quite slow.

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Not good for big rigs. Crowded when we were there. Reservations recommended, but I think you have to call.

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Nice RV park however it is not big rig friendly. Not sure how you might make it through the narrow streets and low voltage lines. It is on the far end of town peaceful, but better for smaller rigs.

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Used to be a quiet mellow campground. Now you'd better get a reservation. A huge caravan just pulled in here and several of us got booted out of our spots. Not fun.

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Small simple campground in beautiful quiet location. Main building has a B&B. Camping spots have services I would say not suitable for big rigs but the only other camper here is a large fifth wheel so what do I know. 180 pesos per day. We are not using power or water but will dump when we leave. Toilets and showers are clean and well supplied.

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Beautiful main building, pool, and palm trees. Camping in one row of spaces with water and electricity, a restroom at the end of the row. Very quiet and peaceful, I spent three nights, wanted to stay longer. Good value.

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Nice enough spot but noisy at night. Bit difficult to get a bigger rig through town. Only one of the 3 washrooms open and water was cold on second night. Bad bugs. 270 pesos per night. Ate in town so didn't try the restaurant.

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Very quiet, laid back place. I echo the earlier positive comments. Cost is $15 USD for full hook up, peso cost varies with exchange rate.

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Coordinates are not correct for US campers. Per the Church camping guide US coordinates are 27.02308 N, 108.92539W. Guide has detailed map as well. Otherwise difficult to find. Locals identified it as trailer park Acosta. It is on one side of the cemetery and the turn to the unmarked drive is at Calle 5 de Mayo. It is a lovely rural setting as described. Lots of work being done so can be noisy during the day. Charged us $270 pesos or $15 night for small camper with full hook ups. Narrow entry to camper spots

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Vinimos entre semana y es un lugar tranquilo, limpio y hermoso, tiene Piscina, sombra y mesitas, rodeado de casas coloniales con corredores frescos y grandes

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Had a fantastic 2 nights here, tempted to stay longer. Charged $150mx a night, we could get the wifi in the van by parking in the closest spot to the pool. Really shady sites and a cute colonial town to explore. Pool is excellent and we asked if they could do our laundry (sheets and all), it was returned 4 hours later smelling amazing! (not sure what they will charge for that).

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The GPS is correct and it's a pretty sweet place. Some of the drive in slots are narrow with full shade and some are wider with partial shade. The pool is great. WiFi near the office is fast BUT, we are here in low season and the only ones here so it is great! Update. 11.00pm a load of ATV bozos turned up and unloaded thier machines noisily. Then at 5.30am started engines and working on repairs. This is still going on at lunchtime! Dirt bikes and ATV maintenance all day long, what a wind up. Why they needed to start so early if they aren't going out! Where are the rules for RV site! Found the 2 other pools near the pitches. 1 dry and the other full of frogs, bugs and mozzies... Yuk!

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I tried by the old and the new GPS. In the heat of the day no one was around to verify anything. I found the interesting cemetery but didn't want to become part of it so I moved on. As others have said, the old coordinates are definitely wrong.

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giving another gps location as the previous one given was not good for us.

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Coordinates are off a bit. Should be 27.0233919, -108.9252947
or at the bottom of 5 de Mayo. No sign.
Very quiet today. Only two other campers.

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This place is both an RV park and some kind of hotel. I'm posting about the RV park part. There used to be another camp in Alamos but it closed, so this one is now more crowded than it used to be. Great people, though, we enjoyed hanging out and birding with them. Showers are hot but flow is low. But the bathrooms are nice and well stocked with paper. Most of the spots here are shaded.

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Wonderful RV park. Planned one night and stayed here for 4 nights. The owner and all of the help are wonderful! Breakfast is different every day and superb. Town of Alamos is a cute small town with hiking in the hills around it. But the gem is the setting here at the park. Beautiful patio, pool, breakfast room.

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Stayed 10 days, beautiful place until the last njght when a "Caravan" of gigantic motorhomes arrived and destroyed everything, apparently without reservation. Small campground with about 15 full hookup bays, big garden area with lots of place for tent camping. Rate was 10$US or 180$Mex for one night without electricity, 15$US for full hookup. Wifi mostly good - without amplifier only in the pool area.

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The town is very nice and this place too. There is a small pool with flowers and palms around. Really nice! The restrooms are okay, but nobody cleans these. We stayed here for 3 nights. Around the pool you have fast wifi.

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We pulled in and nobody was around except for a couple guests staying at the hotel section. We set up camp, somebody unlocked the bathrooms for us. Clean, with cold showers. Nice pool and the grounds are well taken care of. Will probably stay here two nights, drinking wine and dancing around this lovely town

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After a hot sticky drive to get here, the pool was absolutely delightful! I spent a few nights here, and loved exploring the historic town of Alamos. The place was really quiet, but I saw a woman working near the pool, and asked her about paying when I got in. It's a pleasant place, and I'd be happy to stay there again.

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Nice shady place.
They opened the bathrooms for us, it was quite OK even though it must have been closed for some time before regarding the number of insects on the floor.
160 pesos for two people and a campervan.

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Worth the drive to visit the charming town and the pool at the hotel was a welcome respite after a hot day of driving. We had the place to ourselves and would recommend a visit to the UNESCO site nearby

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No signs visible. This place may also be closed. Unable to confirm or deny.

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During the great music festival, we were 2 nights here. Beautiful place only a little tight spaces. There was very hot showers and very clean bathroom. 180 Pesos per night.

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clean, quiet well maintained. not good for big rigs to get through town. very shady

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Nice place for vans or trucks but road is narrow getting here and campsites are narrow...10 feet wide. No hot water in my private bathroom close to campsite but they let me use one of the hotel rooms to take a hot shower. Very nice rooms. The most quiet place for camping in Mexico that I've been to less the occasional dog barking at night. No traffic noise. They charged me $180 pesos per night. Beautiful swimming pool also. Well worth the drive to get here.

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Nice shaded camping spots with full hookups available. It's a quiet spot and we enjoyed our time there. 130 pesos per night for van and two people dry camping.

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