Camping municipal Rio grande | Established Campground

Argentina

Details

Verified:
over 3 years ago
Altitude:
859.8 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Mowgli Adventures

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
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

On the banks of the Rio Grande, this municipal camp is huge. We stayed here in early November and it was free then. Free electric, bathrooms and parillas. Lots of shade. The showers have a wood fired boiler which will probably be in use later into the season. Not sure what price is (if any) later in year. But a fab spot.

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180 per tent, 136 pppn, 220 for trailers, 315 for casa rodante, 370 for motorhomes. We have a Toyota Hiace cargo van & we were charged as trailer. All prices include electricity &
BBQ. Free until Xmas day. Really expensive after New Year for a municipal camping. Hot water, clean toilets, lots of shade, by the river, 10’ walking from the centro. Avoid Jan-Feb, gets really busy. No wifi.

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180 for a tent/ 315 for a camper van/ 377 for motorhome PLUS 136 pp. All tariffs include electricity & BBQ. One of the most expensive municipal camping in Argentina. They start charging after Xmas day. No wifi, filthy toilets, cold showers (hot between 18-22 during high season), next to the river, lots of shade, 10’ walking from the centro. Dont know when they stop charging. We stayed 3 weeks for free early December until Xmas). La Rueda & Santa Rita were around 400 pesos (vehicle & 2 persons) with more amenities & cleaner. Avoid Jan-Feb if you can.

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On the banks of the Rio Grande, this municipal camp is huge. We stayed here in early November and it was free then. Free electric, bathrooms and parillas. Lots of shade. The showers have a wood fired boiler which will probably be in use later into the season. Not sure what price is (if any) later in year. But a fab spot.

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