The owners take great care of the property. Looking at the previous reviews’ prices seem to fluctuate and lately some steep increases. I would not call it an overlander camp, but it is like a USA trailer park with full hook ups catering for USA Motorhomes. (no idea what all the RV classes mean) Hence an very expensive campsite for overlanders.
Prices change please see website for update information .
Facilities are super clean, nice little pool, Hot showers, Do it yourself laundry, (120 pesos per load) great water pressure for cleaning your vehicle, but unfortunately not drinkable and being so far out of town a problem if you require drink water Paul advised me no water deliveries (20 litre bottles) or water truck come this far out. The location is perfect for storage but not for Cancun’s main attractions, shopping and the beach nor is it close to the Airport (23KM) CancunRV does not accept credit cards hence make sure you have enough cash. Otherwise you are up for a 10KM taxi-ride for the nearest ATM machine. To do shopping is even further away so make sure you are stocked up before you arrive. Please check pricing as it appears to change on a regular basis without notice. (see reviews)
Pricing as per new pricelist Feb 1, 2020. I have only included prices applicable to overlanders. No idea what all those RV classes are? Or how and why the differences between them all as they all fit in same spaces?
DAILY CHARGES per night, (Check out time 1PM)
Tents; 300 pesos with electricity 500 pesos
Rooftop tent/Pop up; 530 pesos with Electricity 730 pesos
Truck Camper; 540 pesos with Electricity 740 Pesos
RV up to 25ft; (assuming this is a standard motorhome) 560 pesos with Electricity 760 pesos
Laundry: 120 Pesos a load this includes drying & soap
Photocopies; 10 pesos per page.
Car hire; 250 pesos per hour
Long Term Parking; 1750 Pesos per month, please note if you pay in advance and return earlier it is NON-REFUNDABLE
Airport Transfer in Pauls vehicle; 1000 Pesos (2Pax) each way*1
*1 Unable to share between 2 overlanders unless we paid 2x 1000 pesos? (one way) Our neighbour checked online prices for Airport transfer Local Taxi 550 Pesos for normal car 2 suitcases and 2 carry-on bags. Alternative Minibus up to 8 People, 8 suitcases, plus carry on bags 950 Pesos.
Be aware that the place is only accessible via the "libre". prices fluctuates to confuse
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We left our van for 4 months. We had absolutely no problem with Paul and Christina, they were very friendly and accommodating. The price for storage was better than what was offered at Chetumal and the third potential location was not responsive. They took us to the airport when we were leaving and picket us up when we returned. Paul helped with starting the car because there were some technical issues and recommended a mechanic, who fixed the problem on the same day. Overall a very pleasant and smooth experience.Report Check-In
We loved this place! Paul and Christina are excellent, knowledgeable hosts too.
It's the first genuine RV park you'll find in the Yucatan if you're coming from Palenque via Merida. Has reasonable WiFi. And hot showers. Also the only RV park we've found after 4m in Mexico that has a working laundry, WM and dryer (130Ps/load).
Sure it's pricey at 500Ps (2 persons car camping, no hookup), but you get way better security with high walls that you won't find at the 7 other places we've stayed at so far on the Yucatan. There's a pretty good reason most houses have high walls topped with razer wire in Mexico! We didn't want to get 'scoped' again at 4am by robbers looking into our vehicle with torches like we did at Hotel Alba (no fence at all FFS) near Chichen Itza. Or harassed like we did by partying kids on Isla Mujeres who attacked our car at 3am while we were sleeping in it. It all depends on what your life is worth really?
Most places we've stayed at in the past 3m charge 300-400Ps. 500Ps for a high level resort area is pretty much on the money, so suck it up people. Seriously, if you came to Mexico thinking it was going to be cheap, you're dreaming. Those days are long gone. And if you're overlanding it from the USA you would have stayed in enough places to know that by now.
If you want cheap, safe camping stay in America. It's a totally different ballgame south of the border.Report Check-In
Crazy place !
OK the campground is correct : clean bathrooms and full hookup for RV.
But the prices are crazy and the owner is very very greedy.
His wife gives you a price at night and the day after the husband let you know that you have to pay 20% more, without any reason.
He charges you for everything and makes you feel very uncomfortable.
Worst experience in all Mexico in 3 years
Don't go there
clean and save place, friendly owner. we stoud one night. way to airport or cancun 30min. only. some trafic noice from the streat.Report Check-In
Hello to in coming ioverlanders campers from around the world the above posting is inaccurate in description & prices that were place by that party & not us there for it is in your best interest to contact us directly for up to date prices as this person or persons have prescribed the wrong information in many area's from management of this great journey over the last 5 1/2 years as we thank all of youReport Check-In
The owners take great care of the property and any issues are repaired or solved quick. During our stay we had Wi-Fi issues, but Paul was quick to solve (for Mexican standards) Unfortunately Paul doesn’t not speak Spanish hence some misunderstandings with the telco company but repaired following day.
Looking at the previous reviews’ prices seem to fluctuate a lot and lately some steep increases. I was not aware there was a restaurant on site till the last day thinking this was the camp kitchen, for overlanders. Our neighbours advised us it was a restaurant.
I would not call it an overlander camp, but it is like a USA trailer park with full hook ups catering for USA Motorhomes. (no idea what all the RV classes mean) Hence an very expensive campsite for overlanders. Facilities are super clean, nice little pool, Warm showers, Do it yourself laundry, (120 pesos per load) Good Wi-Fi after it was restored, great water pressure for cleaning your vehicle, but unfortunately not drinkable.
Being so far out of town a problem if you require drink water. The owner told us no water deliveries (20 litre bottles) or water truck come this far out. The location is perfect for storage but not for Cancun’s main attractions, shopping and the beach nor is it close to the Airport (23KM)
During our stay it became clear that the Corona virus was becoming an issue and we saw on the various forums overlander camps and campsites offering cheaper rates for long stays and for those stuck in Mexico, We asked Paul if he could do the same so we could let other overlanders know but he told us he could not reduce prices.
Paul gave us some good advice re the humidity problem, and we purchased Damp Rid which does not work very well in our humid climate in Northern Australia, but Paul assured me it would in Cancun.
Paul does not accept credit cards hence make sure you have enough cash. Otherwise you are up for a 10KM taxi-ride for the nearest ATM machine. To do shopping is even further away so make sure you are stocked up before you arrive.
Please check pricing as it appears to change on a regular basis without notice.
Paul gave me the following information as per his Tarif sheet (Dated Feb 1, 2020) I have only included prices applicable to overlanders. No idea what all those RV classes are? Or how and why the differences between them all as they all fit in same spaces?
DAILY CHARGES per night, (Check out time 1PM)
Tents; 300 pesos; with electricity 500 pesos
Rooftop tent/Pop up; 530 pesos; with Electricity 730 pesos
Truck Camper; 540 pesos with Electricity 740 Pesos
RV up to 25ft; (assuming this is a standard motorhome) 560 pesos with Electricity 760 pesos
Laundry: 120 Pesos a load this includes drying & soap
Photocopies; 10 pesos per page.
Car hire; 250 pesos per hour
Long Term Parking; 1750 Pesos per month, please note if you pay in advance it is NON-REFUNDABLE so make sure you know your time frame or pay couple a months at the time, and pay online when following payment is due. Paul assures me it is very secure and long way from the saltwater (Beach)
Airport Transfer in owners own vehicle; 1000 Pesos (2Pax) one way*1
*1 The owner advised our neighbour we could not share between the four of us stating this would be 2x 1000 pesos? (one way) Our neighbour checked online prices for Airport transfer Local Taxi 550 Pesos for normal car included 2 suitcases and 2 carry-on bags. Alternative Minibus up to 8 People, 8 suitcases, plus carry on bags 950 Pesos. I would give the place 5 stars but due to very high prices and location the value for money would only warrant 3 stars
Nice owners. Place is clean and with pool and nice shower and toilets. Important to know, the price. We paid for a pickup camper 540 pesos and for every wash load another 120 pesos. No more comments.Report Check-In
WeDo not go here unless you like being overcharged! We found a much better place just down the road!Report Check-In
seems a good place, very well mantined... but expensive... 250pp, in the middle of nowhere... Just passed...Report Check-In
Très belle endroit, sécuritaire, propriétaire (Paul) très accueillant ainsi que sa femme (Christina). Piscine, cuisine, douche et toilettes très propre. Trois services, électricité,eau, égouts. WIFI lent.Report Check-In
We stayed at the campsite at the driveway and back on the occasion of our return to France and left our RV storage for 5 months. Thanks to the advice of the owner that we followed scrupulously we found no problem on our return from moisture or insects. Paul and Christie are really charming and very helpful. Very good place even if the prices are not always justified and evolve on the rise very quickly.Report Check-In
We have been two times at the campsite by Paul and Christina and we had stored our camping car here for 6 months. Paul is a businessman and a control freak. That is why everything is perfect organized. Paul and Christina are very friendly and helpful. The campsite is very neat and the storage place is very safe. The restaurant has good food and drinks for a reasonable price. Cancun is the last 20 years developed to the most touristic city of Mexico and that’s why the prices increase exceptional. This is something what you know when you go to this campsite! After all you don’t complain about the high prices and other things related. Then you had to decide to go somewhere else!Report Check-In
I obviously meant peso’s and not pedo’s in the last comment 🤦🏻♀️🙈Report Check-In
We needed storage for two weeks in Cancun for our Volkswagen Crafter. We contacted Cristy by mail and she said the price for 2 weeks storage is 2100 pedo’s. I said that I saw here several people who said it’s 1500 peso’s for 1 month but she answered that the rates are up since June 2019.
Big rip off. We won’t store here. Ipark edtacionamiento is cheaper and with free shuttle to the airport.
Stored our vehicle here for 4 months. Good security , walled and cameras plus owners onsite. Full hookup which helps when doing a big clean out , good clean amenities as described . Food served if required , again helpful before flying out.Report Check-In
I have stored my car for 11 month in RV camping and when I return the car was in same condition when I left them.I have listen Paul and protect chassis with krownn oil and wd40,disconnect battery ,live the window a little open and Paul put the cover .
The camp is clean with good food and Paul wife Cristy is amazing cook.The bed thing is they don't accept credit card what is crazy and if you rent cabanas they are very expensive for Mexico standards.
The cleanest, nicest campground on busy road but also the most expensive in Mexico. the Canadian owner with Mexican wife are very helpful. The food in their restaurant is fresh and tasty. I am leaving my camper with Paul for 8 months. Make sure of the prices beforehand. Paul is of Irish background. You can drink and laugh with him, but don’t argue with him. Benedikt from South AfricaReport Check-In
Les 3 chats en voyage
We left our camper van in storage for 9 months. When we returned home, animals visited the inside of the truck and gnawed at the textile and paper. But the worst part was the engine. Iveco Diesel pressure valve broken clean, the engine could no longer be supplied with diesel fuel. Broken turbo valve hose and inlet. Unable to start !
In short, the problem was that Our 70,000 km truck was running perfectly.
Now it is completely broken and we are in a country where there is no Iveco garage and neither in the USA
We were stuck for 5 days at the mercy of Paul (Canadian), the owner who keeps saying business is business and who didn't feel concerned about our problem at all.
He absolutely refuses to acknowledge that the vehicle was sabotaged during storage in his campsite... After seeing 4 mechanics they all agree to validate the theory of sabotage.
Paul absolutely and definitely doesn't fit the IOverlander profile.
An example. We had been stuck and the only customers of the campsite for 3 days, eating morning and evening in his snack bar because our RV was empty of empty gas and water blocked at the bottom of the field and we were focused on the mechanics.
Paul went shopping without even offering us to accompany him, to do our shopping knowing that since we got off the plane we had nothing... Upon his return in front of our amazement, he offered us to rent his car for 500 pesos for two hours... Amazing!!!
The food is correct but expensive.
Airport transfers are very expensive at 1200 pesos.
The simple cabanas with outdoor shower and toilets are at 1200 pesos, always very extensive.
In short, go ELSEWHERE for your storage because if you have the slightest problem, know that you will have to manage alone and be far from everything (1st garage at 20 minutes) and that Paul will charge you everything but the air you breathe.
We paid 15800 pesos in 5 days for two adults and a 12 year old child and he did not agree to give us any discount...Business is Business !!!
Yes!! he took us free of charge to the bank to get the money for him🤢
The only ray of sunshine on this campsite is Cristina his wife. Really adorable. Courage Cristina.
In 3 years of travelling on the roads in South America this is the first time we have strongly advised against a place.
What a bad experience! We came with our Camper-Van with rooftop-tents and had to pay 660 Pesos - no family conditions and no week-rates. The owner offered everything without the information, that there will be an overpriced extra charge (f.e. for the washingmachine).
We left after one night (unfortunatly we arrived late in the evening and couldn‘t leave immediatly). No recommendation!
Arrived. One person in SUV. No need for electricity as I’m not RV. He wanted 500 pesos. No wonder it looked empty.Report Check-In
Nice campground, very good water pressure, good hot shower, nice pool, nice people, small restaurant on the campsite, very quiet, Very good electricity. Price details, 590 pesos with 3 services, surcharge 100 pesos to use air conditioning, self laundry machine 111 pesos per load, just make sure you ask before, we did not know it cost something to wash. You can wash your RV free with very good water pressure.Report Check-In
We also found this campsite to be one of the nicest in Mexico. It was clean, the food was great, the pool was refreshing (but can be cold). We stored our rig for a bit and Cristina helped find a friend who watched our dogs in her house while we did some traveling.
The prices were a bit higher than what we had seen (particularly for the storage) but we felt it was good value. $580 pesos/day which includes electricity that can run an air conditioner. Storage was $1500 pesos/month (no credit for smaller time period) plus $30 pesos/day if you want electric while stored.
We would stay again if in town.Report Check-In
We really can‘t understand some of the negative comments here. Wanted to stay for one night, stayed for two and enjoyed one of the best campgrounds we have seen on our tour through Mexico so far (after 8000 km already). The Mexican/Canadian owners Cristy and Paul were very friendly and the BBQ served was superb. Besides all facilities are close to an upscale RV park in the US/Canada. Thus, the 500p per night (two adults, dog, 22“ RV) were worth every Pesos. Also, the laundry devices were even better than most we had in the US and power hookup is stable at 125 Volts. You could also rent a car from them if you like. We would definitly come back!Report Check-In
Awesome stay. Friendly Canadian/Mexican owners, nice little pool for our 7 and 10 year old kids. Wifi was 8 out of 10. Great restaurant, car available to rent, cabins as well, came for 2 nights stayed for 5. Very cleans and secure. After 10 years owners thinking of selling if interested :)Report Check-In
We stayed three separate times during month of November 2018. Paul and Christy were attentive hosts. Quoted price at 500 a night (two adults, one child and a dog) and we accepted. Expensive but worth it. Great place to rest. Loved that we could do laundry on site. Great pool and good WiFi most of the time. Super clean and well cared for. Toilet paper and soap in the bathrooms. Hot showers. Paul made recommendations for generator and air conditioner repairs which was very helpful. We would stay again.Report Check-In
Hello just had a great time here at camping Cancunrv with my rv storage while we went to Cuba was drop off pick up Cancun airport was great shuttle service then camped 4 nights at such a wonderful camping place in all Mexico that we have traveled over the years so l would rate this camping place as 5 star place for those looking for a full service place as cristy & Paul took special care in every detail of the place also note place just spotless food ground were clean toilet was too just great too all that want to take the visitReport Check-In
Parking for a month is now, 1500mxp.To stay there it is an unreal 400mxp depending on your rig how many people and Paul's mood.
To get transfered the 26km to the airport its 600mxp.
Nobody stays there for long which is a shame as its a nice place in the wrong location run by the wrong owner.
Camping was empty when I was there but the storage was full Paul is now reviewing the storage prices so soon to be both empty.
We left our vehicle at the camping for a period of three months while flying back to Europe. When we returned everything was fine and the car had been taken care of very well. We followed Paul's advice and used some drying agents against the moister. Pick up at the airport by Paul and Cristy worked perfect. Can highly recommend the place in case you want to store the car for a longer period.Report Check-In
Nice enough place & friendly hosts. Handy if you need the airport but otherwise it's a poor location right on the main road and overpriced by Yucatan standards (eg La Ermita in Mérida has all the same facilities, lovely gardens, nice pool etc, but is half the price). We were there to meet with other overlander friends so we didn't mind paying 400pesos, but it's not great value.Report Check-In
Agree with below, worst experience of any campsite and host we've had - avoid this place. We stored our camper van here for 2 weeks in October, and stayed the night before. We would not recommend this campsite at all, except as a last resort if you can’t find anywhere else to store your rig. The camping rates are 400 pesos per night, which we had to pay as we were leaving early in the morning. The storage was quoted to us at 120 a night, and when we arrived we were told the rates had gone up to 150 a night (which is more than most campsites in Mexico charge for sleeping). We were told we could keep the rate we had been quoted which we were pleased with. The issues started later in the evening. Our storage costs came to around 1900 pesos as we stayed for just over 2 weeks. Later another guy pulled in and was quoted 1500 pesos to store his van for a whole month, so we’d been truly ripped off. As we had nowhere else to store the van we decided against arguing with the owners. We also organised our own taxi to the airport as we were quoted 1200 pesos each way which as previously mentioned is literally highway robbery. When the owner asked what we paid (about half that - happyshuttlecancun.com) he said there’s no way he can match it. We later found out that he was going to the airport an hour after us tomorrow so it would have cost him no more money to take him with us, and we would have paid him. Then he quoted the iOverlander who later arrived 600 pesos each way - so he literally halved his price. Finally during the evening we camped there he owner had a huge argument with another family about the rates of camping, as it seemed he wanted more than originally quoted to them upon their return (anyone noticing s trend here?! and it was a different family to the poster below fyi). There was a lot of swearing and yelling and not once were we spoken to about the dispute, or apologised too as it was incredibly uncomfortable for us (the only other campers there and parked next door to the argument). The facilities here are nice, and it is a safe place to store your van but the owner is clearly greedy and so focused on money and rate increases that as a community we should be able to find a better place to store our vehicles.Report Check-In
We stored our camper here for 3 months. We contacted them in advance, everything was as described, we had no unpleasant surprises. We also used the airport shuttle service they provide. This is a very professional managed rv site. Bathrooms, hookups, pool and bar area are perfect.Report Check-In
WORST EXPERIENCE IN A YEAR OF TRAVELING.
In my opinion the owner is bipolar, ignorant and unreasonable. This is clear after other’s reviews and now my own experience. A man that has no experience traveling, one that doesn’t make the effort to speak the language of the country he lives in (because his wife does as he said) and lives confined to his four walls everyday is not a person that can empathize with an overlander/traveler.
After storing our van here for 29 days we returned just after noon with 4 large bags full of items we had to stow away in our van. Before we left we camped one night to pack our belongings, prep the van for storage and remove the suspension from my motorcycle to have it serviced while we were gone. Upon our return I also had to put the suspension back on my motorcycle so that I could drive away with it in one piece on the hitch carrier.
While we were organizing Paul? said we were welcome to camp but that we could not do it in the back where the van was parked as it is only a storage area. I said we would not camp and planned to leave as soon as we organized and packed our things. Obviously this did not sit well with him as a short while later he came back and repeated his comment about camping. While we had our awning out to have shade from the intense sun I again reiterated that we are not camping and that we would leave when our van was packed and ready to go. We go about our business only to have him angrily march up and protest that we were now camping, that we could not do it where the van was parked and that we could move into the camping area, pay for another night of camping or pay for a day pass. By this time it was only early afternoon. I replied, quite frustrated by this man’s lack of rationale, that I had paid a full month and would certainly not pay for a day pass nor would I pay for camping because I would not be doing so. He exploded. I was to get out of there that very moment, that no one takes 4 hours to pack their vehicle and that this is not a mechanic shop. I asked what he expected as he saw all the stuff we had and that I had to, and was finished by now, reassemble my motorcycle. He didn’t care it shouldn’t take more than an hour blah blah blah, that this is his place and his rules blah blah blah. (just as a note, there are vehicles on blocks and others that don’t run at all in his storage area) At that point I told my wife we’d just put everything in the van as is and leave. To make things even better, the van didn’t start. Then he comes back, and as if nothing happened, asks what’s the issue and if this has ever happened before... What?!!! Anyway, he walks away again and within 20 minutes I have the van running and we roll out. Wow...
With that, I would ask you not patronize this man with your business and money. There are other options for storage and airport transportation.Report Check-In
Recently stayed at the campground and stored our RV there. We were very satisfied with the facilities and the service. The access road is a public asphalt road with a few pot-holes (as everywhere in Zentralamerica), absolutely no problem to drive it. Rates are clear, fixed and value for money. The owners are very nice and helpful and take extra measures to make sure that the estate is safe. I can recommend the place.Report Check-In
We stored our campervan there for 7 weeks and stayed on the campground some days before and after the storage. What a lovely and calm place in Mexico after travelling! We were very much satisfied with the facilities, clean with hot showers, good water. The owners, Paul and Cristy have a house on the site and did everything for us. There is a small bar with good food in the open and a clean pool to relax after the trip. A little paradise - far enough from busy Cancun - not very cheap of course for Mexico. The transfer to and from the airport was perfect. A good safe place to stay and store. We can recommend it.Report Check-In
Don’t bother camping here unless you want prices changed on a whim with little or no warning and poor customer service. It is also cheaper to drive or take s taxi to airport rather than pay the $65 USD each way. It is literally highway robbery.Report Check-In
Will be storing camper for another 8 days while flying back to USA for short trip.Report Check-In
After camping (twice) and storing (twice) with Camping Cancun in May and June, we report that the campground, while nicely maintained, is expensive and not located close to anything - not close to Cancun, the airport or any services (to say nothing of the horribly maintained road taking you to the campground - something not the fault of the campground). More troubling than anything else were seemingly arbitrary rate increases and exorbitant (and not clear) rates charged for airport transport. We are a Nissan Frontier truck towing a 16’ travel trailer and were charged 370 pesos for camping PLUS 100 additional pesos for using our air conditioning while camping in May and 100 pesos a night for storage while we traveled to Cuba. A month later, 390 pesos for camping PLUS an additional 150 pesos for using air con with 120 pesos a night storage while we traveled back to the US in June. When we arrived at the campground in June, neither of the owners notified us of the change in rates despite having recently stayed there and being the ONLY campers on the property. Later when we asked for the camping invoice, we were informed about a June 1 rate increase. Just 6 months earlier, visitors to the campground experienced a rate similar (unexplained) rate increase on January 1, 2018. More troubling was the cost charged for airport transportation quoted at $65. We regret that it never occurred to us that this rate was a one way rate to the airport - more than twice the cost of the one-way airport shuttle from Playa del Carmen to the airport (a considerable greater distance) and more than twice the cost of parking our truck at iPark Cancun, with security, shaded parking and free airport transfers to and from. Our parking cost us $50 for the week in the US compared to $130 or the round trip transfer from Camping Cancun! Compounding these issues was the fact that Paul was not at the airport for our return flight (despite having it on his calendar), causing over an hour delay in ur pick up and when we returned to the campground, we were told we would be sharing the campground with approximately 50 middle school aged kids in tents (with noise late into the night and an early morning reveille at 6 a.m. - complete with loud speakers waking the entire campground!).
Ultimately the lack of clarity about rates is as much our responsibility as the campground’s but BEWARE BEFORE YOU COMMIT.Report Check-In
Un super camping très sûr et très propre, une super cuisine, une super piscine, service pour l’aéroport et un vaste espace pour laisser son véhicule en stockage pour plusieurs mois sur la route du sud.
PAUL et Crist son La pour veiller à notre bien être.
Paul and Christine work hard to keep this lovely place clean and safe. If you are having trouble connecting to the fast wifi ask Paul he will get you hooked up. We left our van here for 2 weeks while we went back to Canada. Paul drive us to the airport and picked us up. It was great and saved us hassling with taxis. We borrowed a drill from him as we needed to set up our bug net on the vans sliding door.Report Check-In
Super Platz. Wir haben uns sehr wohlgefühlt. Betreiber Cristina und Paul halten alles sehr gut in Ordnung. Sanitäranlagen sehr gut mit warmen Duschen. Waschmaschinen mit warmen Wasser und ordentliche Trockner. Restaurant mit sehr lecker Essen. Kleiner, sauberer Pool.Report Check-In
Not that close to the airport, about 24km. I can’t see the benefits of this places vs. price it charges. 430 pesos/night with electricity included. Laundry is available but costs 120 pesos for one load. It’s very well organized, clean, clean toilets and hot shower. Facilities are great, but the location doesn’t say much. It’s neither close to the sea, Cancun main attractions nor close to the airport. This place is good to leave your RV for a long term if you want travel.
Owner is Canadian and seems trustworthy. A lot of other RVs parked long term.
Finaly very noisy the second night. So much trafic nearby.
Paul, the owner, can bring you to the airport. You can also rent his car for 250 pesos per hour, gas and insurance included. Proposes to rent for the day but I don't know the price.Report Check-In
400 pesos per night + 50 pesos extra person (adult only , children free). Near main road but not too noisy. Nice sites full hook-up. Small pool. Self laundry. Wifi.Report Check-In
Place is nice and clean but too expansive. Paid 400 pesos for a 6 Meter RV with 2 persons. Only parking the RV Cost 120 pesos a day, if You want to go to Cuba or some Else. Transfer to Airport is very expansive too. Better to Park the car nearby the Airport in a 24h Secured area if You only want to Park.Report Check-In
Great place to store vehicle. We left our van for 6 months while back in Canada and were sent emails every couple months updating us the van was ok. Owners take good care of the property and it shows but also is a little more expensive. A good option to get away from the city for a few days. Prices have changed so just double check to avoid surprises.Report Check-In
This is probably the safest place where you can store your Van while you are away. Attention, prices changed! We left our van there for three weeks while we traveled to Cuba for Christmas/new year and paid 80,- pesos per day but we have a Mini Van.
Camping is quiet expensive, we paid 380,- pesos per day. After three weeks Cuba without internet we would appreciate at least a slow service but it didn't work at all and he won't give us a discount. Airport shuttle is available, when he brought us to the airport we paid 50,- US $, pick up was suddenly 65,- US $. He said prices changed January 1st but didn't tell us. I am sure he has known this already in December so be careful.
They increased the prices as of 1.1.2018. Truck
Camper now is 370peso incl. 2 persons. RV up to 26 feet is 400 incl. 2 persons. Pricey but nice, clean and a pool...
Nice and convinient camping spot outside Cancún, 30 minutes away from the airport. Stayed two nights, paid 360MP for the two of us. Clean toilets and showers, electricity, dump station, water hooks... Wifi too but wasn't working very well. The woman at the front desk offered to make some copies for us, we understood she meant for free, then after making them she said 10MP each, then later while checking out her husband said it was 20MP. That was weird. They offer a 600MP shuttle to the airport.Report Check-In
Nice facilities , close to road but not too noisy. we paid 350 pesos per night and had to leave our truck camper to attend family matters in Europe. Storage fees depend on vehicle type and size,we paid 100 pesos per day for 2 weeks, expensive but convenient close to Airport.Report Check-In
$410p for truck camper, 2 persons, AC running. Clean. Friendly. Dogs okay.Report Check-In
We paid 420 pesos, for 2 people in a campervan (without hookup) and 1 in a tent.
120 pesos for a load of laundry.
It's pretty expensive, but the owners are friendly and the infrastructures were the best we've seen so far after a month in mexico.
Stayed here for 2 nights. Its 350 per night plus 60 pesos per night if you use your A/c, so a total of 410 per night! Pretty expensive for Mexico! The wifi was ok! The hosts are super nice and the dip in the pool was perfect too. The washing is 120 pesos per load but the Maschine holds up to 18kg, which is a lot.Report Check-In
Wir waren Ende Juli 2017 eine halbe Woche bei Paul und Christina. Sie waren sehr hilfsbereit und haben uns entspannte erste Tage in Mexico beschert. Herzlichen Dank! Many thanks! Muchas gracias!Report Check-In
Paul and Cristina looked after us in June and when we got back from our quick trip home. We stored our van here while away. They really are super-helpful and are so glad we found this place. The pool is great for cooking off in. Thanks.Report Check-In
We cannot say enough great things about our stay here. Paul and Christina were absolutely wonderful and very accommodating. There are full hook up sites here. We paid about $22 a night for full hook up, wifi, and running our AC. Very hot and humid here in July. You are not walking distance to shops or restaurants, but there is a restaurant on site, and Christina is a wonderful cook. You can also rent a car from them, or pay to use the laundry room. A laundry facility is being built currently. We stayed for 3 nights there and enjoyed it. The pool is refreshing, the bathhouse is lovely and stocked with some toiletries. The property is walled and gated. We will return there.Report Check-In
Paid $350 for 2 adults and 2 kids in a truck camper for full hookup. Paul claims the $300-320 price on iOverlander is old or incorrect -- he says it's for people coming in a car. This seems weird to us. They charged $120 for laundry per load which is a lot. The owners were very nice but this place seems overly expensive for what you get and it's not close to anything. Facilities -- washrooms, pool, etc, were nice.Report Check-In
I am just learning to use overlander. Paul n christina r awesome. Pulled in late after a flat tire...no problem christina n Paul made us dinner. Fish n chips perfect. this is a 10+ site. traveled 30 yrs baja. traveling first time in yucatan from az. simply the best!Report Check-In
new rv park full hookup. perfectly clean! hot water clean bathrooms security wifiReport Check-In
Positives: reasonably priced RV camping by Cancun standards.
Negatives: Two bathrooms serve the entire campground, including rigs, tents and 6-8 cabanas! Mornings do get busy.... Cabanas for 80 USD per night don't have a bathroom or a sink.... far away from any convenience stores.
Cristina is the main draw for this place. Its hard to find more joyful Mexican lady! Camping fee is a bit too much for where it's located. We left our motorhome there for 2 weeks and its 80 pesos per day for short term storage. You can use Uber to get to the airport or anywhere else. It was 205 pesos to the airport terminal 3. From the arrivals you have to meet up with the Uber driver on the road as the arrivals in terminal 3 is runned buy corrupted police and taxi drivers. It was 188 pesos from the airport to here with Uber.Report Check-In
A number one place with services that actually work. Husband and wife team with gracious skills to serve you well. coming this way a must stayReport Check-In
The top quality rv park with services that actually work. Husband and wife team Canadian/Mexican with an outstanding goal to make your stay perfect. cabins tent ir Rv coming this way a must stayReport Check-In
Great place, clean, pool, friendly owners, good food. Can't say enough about it. A challenge for larger rigs but we got a 6 rig caravan in there. Water pressure is very good, so use a regulator. Reliable powerReport Check-In
A clean very well built fully serviced rv park with cabins showers and everything one needs. A husband and wife team great restaurant and pool. A must stop atReport Check-In
Camped here for a total of five nights, stored our camper for a month, and made use of the good-value airport drop-off and collection service, January-February 2017. Great experience, can't recommend the place highly enough. The owners Cristy and Paul were very welcoming and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Whole place was immaculately clean, from the small but deep swimming pool with sun loungers, and the palapa/bar where food is available, to the bathrooms and large hot showers (loo roll, soap, shampoo, conditioner and even a hairdryer provided free of charge!). Excellent washing machine and dryer available for a small extra charge (laundry detergent provided!). Small cabins are available to rent, and indoor motorcycle storage. Great place to stay or store.Report Check-In
The hosts are great and so friendly! Nice pool, clean and good working restrooms with hot showers, restaurant serving food all the day and laundry facilities available. A place to recharge your batteries after long travel!Report Check-In
Sécuritaire, le terrain est propre, les blocs sanitaires sont propres. Il y a de la pression d'eau!
La piscine est propre. Nous avons accès à des tables et un abri soleil ( palapa) et des hamacs.
Nous nous sentons chez nous. Vraiment parfait comme endroit.
Les prix varient en fonction de notre grosseur de véhicule.
We stayed 12 nights. We came for the good internet. We had some work to catch up on. This place was good for that. This place is good for getting work done, cleaning your stuff and your rig, and storage. Otherwise I would see no reason to stay here. There is nothing to do here. You can't even go for a walk. It's a giant gravel yard. It's not cheap either! We paid 300 for no electricity and it's 320 with electricity. More if you have bigger rigs. Christina the owner is wonderful. She made us a huge Thanksgiving dinner, and helped us locate a camera that we had shipped to a FedEx in Cancun. After 12 days I have mixed feelings about the place. It's clean, the Internet was good, Christina is so welcoming and helpful, they have a good palapa for hanging out and working, but since the place is so isolated we were very bored everyday after work. We also feel the no electricity camping price is too high especially for how isolated we were.Report Check-In
This place is really amazing. The owners are incredibly sweet and helpful. The place is clean and has a pool that I would actually jump into. Great restrooms.Report Check-In
Great hosts and well appointed campground. Not near anything but the city, if you have wheels you can buzz into town to get your groceries, auto parts, etc.
20amp electrical at sites was adequate to run smallish AC unit. Water at each site and Dani-dump at each as well.
Restaurant and pool very nice.
A bit pricey to stay here but safe and reliable.
Excellent experience all round. I stayed here for 4 nights in one of the new cabins, late August 2016. Super clean, new beds, sheets towels....
You can see that owners (Paul, Canadian and Cristina Mexican) have put attention into every details: especially the toilet/shower building which is a pleasant design, not just a concrete block !!).
Everything is kept clean and in great condition, including the shared kitchen/dining area and great pool.
No neighbour or dog noise....
Highly recommend it. Paul and Cristina are kind and attentive hosts who want to make your stay the best possible. Really !!!
Okay, what everyone else said...incredibly clean RV park with great, clean, hot showers, an immaculately clean pool (with a ~5' end and a kiddie pool next to it) and good electric service & Internet. Cristina makes my favorite battered fish in the whole world. Some other bonuses of this place though are that Paul can shuttle you to and from the airport or ferries to Isla Mujeres, it's more or less silent at night after traffic to and from Cancun dies down, and though it's the hot, hot middle of summer here right now, there are very few bothersome insects, and plenty of shade. Paul more or less goes out of his way to make sure you're comfortable and accommodated, and both he and Cristina are happy to interact and chat with their guests. It's a really lovely place to call home for awhile and we can't recommend it enough. I believe you can also rent their car for the day or a few hours or something, if you've got a really big rig and no toad, but we didn't need that service. $320 pesos for electric hookup, which some may say is expensive for Mexico but this is NOT a typical MX style RV park, rather more like what you'd expect from a really, really nice park in the US or Canada (and there you'd easily pay $45 for a place like this).Report Check-In
Excellent place with very nice and clean bathrooms. The perfect place to store your car, to plan and organize your future travel and to relax. Pool and nice palapa with bar and restaurant where Cristina cooks tasteful meals. The owners, Paul and Cristina are very welcoming and helpful. Great value, we definitely recommend it.Report Check-In
Christina et Paul un couple sympa et accueillant , nous y avons laissé notre camion pendant un mois, ca a l'avantage d'être loin de la mer et d'éviter une oxydation du Vehicule. Tout est super clean Paul peut vous emmener et venir vous chercher à l'aéroport pour moins cher qu'un taxi, c'est un excellent plan pour ceux qui veulent faire une escapade à Cuba .hello Christina and Paul , vous vous pouvez vous exercez a faire le concours de celui qui ramasse le plus de billes au fond de la piscine, CHristina est une excellente nageuse en apnée et vous serez battu à tout les coups on recommande Jean PIerre et MoniqueReport Check-In
Comfortable, clean and quiet for me and my truck. Hosts Paul and Cristina are wonderful. I left my truck here for 6 weeks and they took me to the airport and back. It's not close to the water so good place for vehicle storage. Cristina makes wonderful salads although they're not on the menu. They have a great restaurant and lots of space to sit around. They also have cabanas that you can rent. Bathrooms were super clean and nice hot showers. The best place to tent, car or RV camp in Cancún.Report Check-In
Super nice owners. Made us feel welcome. Great bathrooms. Showers are hot water with good pressure. They maintain stuff well. Nice pool and sitting area. Restaurant has good simple meals. Be aware there is an extra fee for using AC: 60p/day. We paid 2380/wk + AC on days we used it. Good Wi-Fi. You can do laundry; they have soap too. Telcel reception fluctuates.Report Check-In
be aware that gps might take you the wrong route!!! Not accessible via the cuota, only the libre. A small dirt road connects the libre, it's not clear at first but I guess a guy charges 10 pesos to open a chain so you can drive through. I turned around at the chain and ended up on the cuota forever with no place to turn around. If this happens to you use the path under a bridge to turn around bc all retornos are blocked off. Agree with all of the positive comments. Was a bit expensive but everything was brand new and super nice. Hosts are super sweet, Christina is a great cook :)Report Check-In
Proprio (canadien) et son epouse (mexicaine) tres accueillants. Piscine, WiFi rapide, douche eau chaude en fin de journee. TRES propre. 3 nuits, 990 pesos. Laveuse, secheuse du proprio. Bar-Restaurant sous un beau grand palapa. Deplacement facile a partir de ce camping pour la visite de Cancún et Isla Mujeres. Possibilite d entreposer un VR. The owner (Canadian) and his wife (mexican) are very friendly. Nice pool, WIFI fast, shower with hot water end day. Very clean. 3 nights, 990 pesos. Laundromat. Bar-Resto under a nice palapa. Not so far from Cancún centro and Isla Mujeres.Report Check-In
very nice campground with very friendly (and super pet friendly) owners :-)
Wir waren hier für zwei Nächte um unsere Freunde vom Flughafen abzuholen, sie haben wunderbar in einer der Cabañas geschlafen.
Wir wurden lecker bekocht und es gab auch Frühstück.
It is not a cheap place but great value for what you get. Paul and Cristina are very welcoming and helpful. Not much to add see previous positive comments. Would definitely recommend itReport Check-In
Klasse Platz, sehr sauber, Full hook up, sehr freundliches und hilfsbereites Betreiber-Paar, sauberes Schwimmbad, auf Wunsch wird gekocht, Wohnmobil kann auch eingelagert werden für z.b. Heimflug, gute Waschmaschine und guter Trockner, hervorragendes WIFI,Report Check-In
We camped one night with the intention of leaving our vehicle for one month to fly home. 270 pesos/night for electrical-only hookup, 1250 pesos to store the vehicle for one month, 200 pesos for ride to Cancun airport. Excellent facilities and friendly Mexican/Canadian owners. A very swanky campground with all amenities! Internet has been improved from earlier comments - router in restaurant area has now been hard-wired.Report Check-In
Camping Cancun RV - Paul and Cristina, the owners of this new RV/ campground, are very accommodating and friendly. The grounds are comfortable, quiet and clean - complete with a pool, and palapa restaurant. Their menu is extensive and the home cooked meals are tasty, hearty and reasonably priced. You can also do your laundry onsite for 80 pesos (wash and dry). Other pluses - hot showers, cabins for rent, great location and services such as airport pick up and drop off and long-term parking.Report Check-In
Nice camp ground with helpful owners. Got all modern facilities, including kitchen and great swimming pool, washing facilities (at $80 per wash and dry). Provide very nice meals at additional costs. WiFi ok-ish, need to go to kitchen or more likely close to owners home to get good reception, but even then slow. Have been there twice for one night. We're allowed to store our tent-trailer there for $50 per day. Quite close to Cancun and airport.Report Check-In
Very nice and helpful owners. They offer special prices if you stay a few nights. Very clean bathrooms and warm showers. Self service laundry and dryer.Report Check-In
Nouveau camping a proximite de Cancun, piscine, wifi, eau chaude 300mex par jour avec eau et electricite, possibilite de gardiennage pour 1000mex par mois et le proprietaire peu vous amener à l'aeroport 200mexReport Check-In
Brand new campground. Nicest bathrooms we have seen in Mexico! Hot showers. Nice swimming pool. Right by the airport - you can leave your rig if you need to fly out for $1000 pesos per month. Secure gate and Canadian owners live on site.Report Check-In
Brand new campground. Nicest bathrooms we have seen in Mexico! Hot showers, with toilet paper, paper towels and soap. Nice swimming pool. Right by the airport - you can leave your rig if you need to fly out for $1000 pesos per month. Secure gate and owners Paul and Cristy live on site. Big rig friendly with full hook ups. Wifi good. Little expensive at $320 pesos but it's the nicest in the area and good value.Report Check-In
great new rv park. the owners are nice and mean well. they have a great airport pickup and drop off service and will store your rv as well. the facilities are great and clean. there is not much within walking distance from the location. so it's more of a compound to stay in vs a home base for exploration. Internet is solid and reliable and the pool a nice diversion.Report Check-In