Tutulliha | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
6 months ago
Altitude:
4.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
adam

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Balneario with camping, bathrooms, swimming area and picnic tables. 80 pesos per person.

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Price is still 60MXN/ppn.Beautiful garden, toilets so so, bring your tp. No water in the sink. Good for a night after or before border crossing.

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Nice spot, quiet on weekdays, not on weekends. Been here twice with a motorcycle and hammock. Was able to drive right to my site, though the bridges have a step up or step down depending on which you choose.

Super friendly owners, no shower, no toiletpaper or seats, but the river has been dammed up and is great for swimming.

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Beautiful spot, with natural cascades pool and tropical gardens. Seems to be more for day use than camping, full of families doing BBQ. No showers, use the river/pool. Music till 7pm. Quiet after with the sound of the water only. There is power at the gazebo if you wanted to charge up something.

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No one there when we arrived except the dogs. Too much shadow and mud. We went to campina coco

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Good place to camp. There is a shed to pitch your tent under.
Quiet enough for me not to use earplugs. There are bunch of dogs on the property, but they go to sleep for the night
Great experience overall, had the whole park to myself
There is a river, a bamboo grove and many picnic tables

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We stayed here prior to crossing to Guatemala. This is a family run park with access to a small river for swimming. The cons: lots of dogs, although they do control them well. The bathrooms are not the cleanest. The pros: the price was fair, it’s run by a sweet local family, and the setting in the forest by the river is beautiful. Highly recommended.

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The price is 60 pesos per person… sorry No shower it’s the river.. Funny

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Very nice and quiet place as described 120 pesos per person and the van

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We spend a night here before crossing to Guatemala. The place is clean, pretty and quiet. Good shade and you can sleep with the sound of the rives. Fully recomended.

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80 pesos per night per person. No showers. No wifi.

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As described. Great place! Stayed here two nights before going to Guatemala. We're there over the weekend and packed with local families enjoying, having a BBQ, cooking off.
At 20.00 everyone is gone and it's completely quiet.
Paid 80/p,only for adults. Kids 4 and 5 were free. Day acces is 40/p they told us, but incl in the camping fee.

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This spot is a relief, a lot of trees and you can refresh in the river. I stay with my dog. the say she can not go into water but everywhere else was ok.
No showers.
Totally recommended.

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What a beautiful green oasis you’d never expect in this hot and dry area (end of dry season). Perfect as a first stop in Mexico coming from Guatemala.

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What a beautiful and tranquil place! Lots of birds, swimming in a natural pool, camping on grass with shade and we saw iguanas and a howler monkey. For us this was the perfect spot before crossing the border into Guatemala. O and there was no one and the stars are amazing!

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a balneario with camping, bathrooms, swimming area and picnic tables. 60 pesos per person.

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