Árbol del Tule | Informal Campsite

Mexico

Details

Verified:
over 2 years ago
Altitude:
1542.8 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
alexandra.larose

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Safe street parking
Police said it was fine and safe to park here. As we were just right next to El Árbol del Tule (and the church), we saw many police officers around to watch their tree, day and night.

Beautiful tree and beautiful city. Stayed one night and felt super safe.

Baños públicos are 10mts away and open until 9pm.

Very calm town but church bells ring early in the morning (6am). It's perfect if you have a long drive to do.

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Tried staying here but the constant church bells and church service over a loud speaker was too much.

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As described a very safe street parking spot. Public bathrooms have a tourniquet now and they are open for 24/7.

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This is a really lovely town square and a wonderful tree. It was pretty quiet in the morning but there was a lot of traffic and noise well into the night. They block off the road adjacent to the tree so lots of people have to turn around in the middle of the street along here. Very safe though with police and even an ambulance.

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Quiet, safe with the guards. Plus absolutely beautiful to wake up near the tree. Definitely visit it (largest width in the world!) and do the tour with the kids. We gave ours 20 pesos and it completely made her day! And then she watched our dog so we could enter the church :)

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Police said it was fine and safe to park here. As we were just right next to El Árbol del Tule (and the church), we saw many police officers around to watch their tree, day and night.

Beautiful tree and beautiful city. Stayed one night and felt super safe.

Baños públicos are 10mts away and open until 9pm.

Very calm town but church bells ring early in the morning (6am). It's perfect if you have a long drive to do.

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