Ranchos Los Angeles | Established Campground

Mexico

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Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
5.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
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

Stayed 2 people with a camper truck, 350 with electricity and water (300 without, I think 150 for tent camping per person). Only place in Zipolite we could find and we asked a few other places first. Ask in the reception first as they will open the other gate so you dont hit the trees. Woman in the reception not the most competent.

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Ranchos Los Angeles is just a PERFECT place for Camping! Highly recomend!

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J'ai un avis mitigé sur l'endroit.
Il s'agit du grand jardin d'un hôtel qui propose des emplacements pour les RV.
C'est sympa car rempli de manguiers dont on peut déguster les fruits à la bonne saison. C'est safe et calme.
Mais ! La partie camping est presque à l'abandon : les fruits traînent parterre et ne sont pas ramassés, ce qui attire des milliers d'insectes / les prises électriques ont un amperage insuffisant pour supporter une climatisation / les sanitaires sont vétustes et mal tenus / des poubelles traînent partout et n'ont pas l'air d'être ramassées
En plus il y fait une chaleur terrible et c'est envahi de moustiques et de mouches des sables. On s'est retrouvé avec des dizaines de piqûres en une seule nuit.
A vous de voir. ..

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Attention, not suitable for dogs. There was a deposit of 2000 pesos, which is then retained if the dog damages something.
In addition, it must always be leashed.
We left the next day.

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Stayed 2 people with a camper truck, 350 with electricity and water (300 without, I think 150 for tent camping per person). Only place in Zipolite we could find and we asked a few other places first. Ask in the reception first as they will open the other gate so you dont hit the trees. Woman in the reception not the most competent.

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Spending about 4 to 5 nights here. Super quiet place to stay so close to the center of Zipolite. The pool is chlorinated and nice to swim in. We paid 350p per night and that included water and electricity. it looks like they do have sewer connections, but we did not need it. Our navigation system directed us to turn on Pelicano Road but the campground is accessed from Mex 175. Be sure to ask for the key to the gate that accesses the center of town. A 100p deposit is required but when you turn in the key the money is returned.

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This is the only place we found at the beaches from Puerto Angeles to Mazunte for bigger RV's. It's a beautiful garden where you park on concretes. You will have a nice pool and the bath rooms are basic but clean. Only problem, the entrance is blocked by some trees and if you are high you will crash some branches. 400 Pesos but incl electricity and dump it is ok.

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Such a lovely place, friendly staff, beautiful well kept grounds with a nice pool, Toilets and showers are clean and only two blocks from the beach. 150 pesos per person, per night.

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amazing campsite. nice people, great pool, great location (thay have back door almost to the main street). but, the best thing is...: mangos. there is an endless amount of mangos falling from the trees. eat as much as you can.
best time of the year to come here is now (April-May). after negotiation (and paying efectivo) we paid 400 peso per night with 3 kids.

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We stayed here for 2 nights but only because we needed to work. Expensive for what it is. We didn’t used the rv camper because they guy told a price first and then he charged us much more so we moved to the camping area, wich was 300 pesos for 2 ppl. Close to the beach, but you can find better beaches around. Good for a good rest.

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Nous avons passé 4 nuits dans ce camping . C’est un endroit vraiment très agréable , ombragé, proche de tout et dans un cadre superbe . Beaucoup d’animaux vivent en liberté .
Nous avons stationner sous les manguiers , nous pouvons ramasser les fruits lorsqu’il sont au sol c’était délicieux .
Il y a une très belle piscine .
Nous avons payé 350$mex la nuit pour 2 adultes et 2 enfants .

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Good quality campsite and rv site with hook ups and well made rv spots
Good for large rv’s and has swimming pool - just two blocks from the beach

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Hello
We are a family of 5 with a 26' RV (3.70 meters high).
We pay here 400 pesos by day.
Cool place to park your motorhome for some days.
Swimming pool is ok with a little toboggan for the children.
Beach is 5mn walking with nice restaurants in front of the sea.
Beach can be strong for children.
We take a taxi 60 pesos)to playa Panthéon to Puerto Angel for the tour whales and snorkeling and we stay all the day to this nice beach (ok for children)
Friendly crew, and Paco can speak french.
We enjoy to stay here some days with the shadows of the tree.
Say hello to the iguanas in this camping

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We think this place is overpriced. 350 mp fool hookup. Nice shady places with a lovely swimming pool. But the wifi doesn't reach and the bathrooms are 'ok'. After two nights we left to the free campground at the beach.

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Good facilities and well established campground and rv Park

Has WiFi at main building, electric hook up, waster and waste built onto each level paved rv parking lot

Plenty of trees for shade - two blocks from local nudist beach

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Great location with a beautiful and well maintained pool and property; with the humidity in this time we're lucky to spend so much time in the cooler pool! the Restaurants and the beach is just 5.Min walk away through the back door; we (2 people and a truck camper)stayed 5 nights and paid 300Pesos / night without hookup. We highly recommend this place!

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Great place and perfect location. The walking street of Zipolite is right at the end of the property. We paid M$350 for 2 adults and 4 kids with a truck camper with water and electricity. Very nice campgrounds lots of place for hammocks under mango trees. Kids enjoyed the pool. Nice and clean toilet and shower. Big rig can fit.

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We payed 150M$ per person. We didn’t have to pay for electricity, because we just needed it for our fridge. It’s a good spot for a few beach days, you have a lot of shade.

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omg, heaven. absolutely loved it here. they were full for the nude festival but let us park away from the normal spots. we got in fine with our 32 foot travel trailer. the staff is super friendly. there is a back door that leads out to the strip with all the restaurants and the beach is behind that. we stayed 3 weeks and wish we could have stayed forever.

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Having a class A pusher of 40’ and towing car. We made it easily to this beautiful campground (were coming from Villahermosa: #180, #185, #200, #175 - pass by Puerto Angel, not Mazunte). Got a nice shady spot, cool neighbors, pool and 3 services. Dog friendly (and on the beach too).We stay 3 weeks (you will get a discount). Zipolite is a very cool little town with great variety of restos and boutiques. Beach is wow and nudiste. A lot to do all around: market, hiking, surf, bike etc. We will come back!

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Wanted To stay 6 days, finally stayed 10 days.
very Nice campground with pool, close To the beach, and close to bars and restaurants.350$/night.

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Very nice campground!! Nice pool, beautiful trees all around, quite and walking distance to everything. 350 pesos a night, no matter if you use electricity or not.

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nice place, plenty of dedicated RV parking on paver patios. Manager said the place is booked solid starting in December. Currently I have the place to myself. Zipolite is quiet with nice little beach. most restaurants are open and Puerto Angel and Mazunte are close by, using a taxi.

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Here we had our second loudest night in almost 6 months in Mexico.
We decided to go to this campground because it’s not in the center and though it would be more quiet. It was a Saturday night but low season and not many people around but just a few guys were playing loud music and singing until 5am. It’s actually a nice area but not very good cared. So the camp area was covered in leaves and rotten fruits and the facilities were not the cleanest. Maybe it’s better in high season which are the winter months in Oaxaca Coast.

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Hotel and RV park that offers full hookups (350Pesos) and dry camping (150Pesos/person but stayed 2 nights and got it for 250/night for the two of us)
Great pool and clean toilets and showes. Lots of shady spots under mango trees (delicious!!). They have some plugs you can use to charge laptop and phones even while dry camping and a sink and a BBQ. Wifi available in the reception and pool area
A but busy with locals on the weekend using the pool (day use) but nothing bad.

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The best campground we have gone in Mexico. For 350 pesos, you have all you need and more. Clean swimming pool. Clean bathrooms with cold shower but it's so hot here all year, that it's not a problem. Close to the city and the beach.
Very quiet at night too.

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We stayed a few days here and loved it! It was amazing for the kids to swim in the pool, and use the slide straight into the pool as well.

There are not a lot of camp spots, but you can camp for $350 with full hookups and proper electricity, or dry camp for $150/person with an electrical plug for charging phones, etc. Some of the sites are pull thru so big rig friendly, however, some are back to back sites so the drain will be on the opposite side. Bring a long drain hose or you may have to maneuver to dump if the pull thru’s are taken.

The grounds are very well kept. There are warm showers and bathrooms by the pool which are well maintained. The on-site restaurant has only burgers and fries, for $90p, and are delicious. Or pick fruit from the mango trees or cheese fruit trees (noni fruta).

There is a large French population that were wintering here, with people visiting the pool for the day as well. The first day we were here there were kids swimming lessons in part of the pool.

Lastly, there is a decent sized hotel with rooms to rent for visiting peeps.

I cannot comment on surroundings yet because we haven’t even left the grounds. Just enjoying a few sunny pool days before we venture out. We’re not far from the beach tho!

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The 350 pesos are worth it! Our kids loved to play in the clean pool and on the grassfield. Very welcoming staff and clean toilets. One of our best camping spot around Mexico.

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Expensive at 300 pesos a night but to be able to swim in the pool at 9 o'clock in the morning is priceless.

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Beautiful place. Very Well mantened. Close to everything and yet quiet and private with full hoockups. Great Park and Pool. Worth the price. Also place for tent camping available.

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Quiet stay. Now called Los Angeles. It is a well taken care of Mango Farm, walking distance (<5 minutes) to town. We opted to stay here rather than on the beach because we wanted electricity to plug in for the fans. Hot, slightly buggy and muggy. Fans helped tremendously. Dogs were able to roam around and do their thing. We spent our time at a Cafe on the beach all day to get the breeze and shade. $300 pesos/night. Showers cold, bathrooms clean. Nice pool available for use. Wi-fi worked well.

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250P to dry camp in a gorgeous spot amongst the mango trees. It's 350P with hookups in the formal area of the campground.

We checked out the other camp spot, but it's a cramped little car park behind the cabanas although it is right on the beach. The traveller scene is a little grungy here so we chose the tranquilityc and security of the camp site, and it was well worth it.

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We picked this place instead of the cabana la habana parking. We checked both spots. This one is more expensive but it offers good value. Swimming pool, large lush green campground with mango trees (lot's of shade), clean showers&toilets and the spot is very quite. You only gently hear the waves. Walking into town is 1min through the backgate of the camping. WiFi is fast & stable. We pay 300 for 2 adults+2 kids. We are already staying longer then anticipated!

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Owner wanted 350p per night but we negociated to 300. Comfortable place with all you need, pool is great, quiet at night. A bit expensive yes but well located, safe and worth the money for us.

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Super comfortable et a deux pas de la plage Tout les services pour 250 pesos Le grand luxe

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Nice Camp site next to the Hotel on the large hacienda. Our Kids enjoyed the pool. We were there on Semana Santa (week before Easter and Easter holidays). A busload of tent campers sayed for one day and disappeared. Otherwise quiet and well layed out with full hookups for RVs with 110 and 220V connections. 2 Blocks from the beach. Just try to choose a spot without a Noni-tree. It bears fruits that stink like hell if you step on them.

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Beautiful place, only 2 blocks from the beach, but right next to the main restaurant area in Zipolite. Waves are far less noisy than at the beach. 350 pesos full hookup / 300 pesos without electricity. Spacious sites with lots of shade from the mango trees. The pool is excellent!

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Quite busy due to Christmas week. Still 350 pesos with maybe a discount if you stay for one month. Pool and electric for the a/c have been great to beat the heat.

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Great spot close to town and beach. Huge space, almost empty, really clean and lovely warm pool. 350 pesos per night, but we thought worth it. Full hook up. Only problem is that barking dogs all night prevent me from giving 4.5 out of 5. Maybe that's the whole of Mexico though....

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Camping with all hookups on paved RV pads. Use of pool, wifi and bathrooms included. 300 pesos/night. Discount available if staying longer.

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