Cabanas Camping Coco | Established Campground

Argentina

Details

Verified:
about 3 years ago
Altitude:
1155.5 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
GrosseReise

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Great little place. We came here when Camping Rincon Nico / Leo was closed and all boondock places near the Termas were packed because of the weekend. Clean bathrooms, parilla grills and electricity at individual sites, very friendly owners. Also cabanas available. Swiss restaurant on the other side of the main road.
Was peaceful with a few groups on a sunny Sunday afternoon, really quiet at night. We paid 270 for our camper and a family of four. Recommended!

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We paid 450 per night in a motor home, only hot water after 1,5 hrs waiting since the owner turned off the electric heater but never told us, no leveled places to park, the entire day super loud techno music by neighbors, not a nice place to stay.

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I do not think this is a good place for big rigs: you have to take a very narrow street from the road to arrive at that place, and we didn't think we could make it on our 7.2m Motorhome. a smaller rig could perhaps do it, though.

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We came back here before returning to Chile. Price is 130pp per night and 100 for your vehicle payable only the first night. Pool is open now.

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Nice quiet place this time of year. Decent facilities- just being started up for the year; we were the only ones there. The pool was just being filled, has hot showers, but system was not turned on yet. Wifi worked across the lawn in our roof tent. They charged $130 pp and $100 for the vehicle/tent ($360 for two one night).

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This campground is down a laneway under the brown arch you see at the highway. There is a red sign that says the name next to highway. We were only campers here on a Friday. Were able to fill our water tank and use power. We had to ask for hot water to be turned on. Wifi reached site. Had a strong 4G cell signal too. No TP in banos but they were clean.

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Ok place, but not great. Nice camping area with bbq and tables. The toilets were ok, no toilet paper and shower with law water debit and warm, not hot. Ok for a night.

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Nice campsite. Probably the only one in the area opened at this time of year.
Showers more or less clean, with hot water. We were the only clients there that day. Paid 280ars for two persons plus a car. WiFi is present.

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Great little place. We came here when Camping Rincon Nico / Leo was closed and all boondock places near the Termas were packed because of the weekend. Clean bathrooms, parilla grills and electricity at individual sites, very friendly owners. Also cabanas available. Swiss restaurant on the other side of the main road.
Was peaceful with a few groups on a sunny Sunday afternoon, really quiet at night. We paid 270 for our camper and a family of four. Recommended!

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