Ypf station on the RN9 with trucks park closed. Hot showers, free wifi, cafétéria. Price for 12 Hours in the park with hot shower : 30pesos in may 2015, 8 pesos for 1 hour.
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We arrived in the afternoon so at first parked in front of cafe to get wifi. At 5pm we went over to parking area. No one in the caja there but prices were posted: 90 pesos for 24 hours, 60 for 12 hours. Did not check shower situation. Good cell reception. Wifi reached lot at times but not consistent and much slower than inside. No one asked us to pay - maybe because it was Saturday....Report Check-In
Stayed one quiet night here on the westbound side. Pull through the gas station and through the large gates to the big parking lot. Was empty when we arrived but filled up with trucks during the evening. Free! This side of the highway doesn't have any showers, not sure about the other side.Report Check-In
We slept here for two nights. Wifi worked sometimes good sometimes not
Showers were ok with hot water. Staff was really nice and helpfull. calm surroundings under/beside trees
We camped here with our tent on our way to Buenos Aires. There is a nice grassy area after the gas station. It was our first time in 14 month that we camped at a gas station and we feld totally safe. It was more quiet than we expected. You just hear the traffic on the highway but not too much because the trucks park between the highway and the camping area. There are no other noises than the traffic.
We bought a salami and olives in the comedor for dinner and crossaints for breakfast :)
The wifi reached our tent and we stayed not close to the comedor. We can recommend it - and it's for free.
We spent the night at the southbound YPF, parked outside the Bar y Comedor. Wifi was average, baños were clean. Tokens can be purchased inside the Bar for the showers (10min, $25), and agua caliente ($5). Beware, the women's shower didn't seem to have a cold tap when we were there.Report Check-In
There are two YPF truck stops here (at Km 256) -- one for each direction on the highway. We camped in our van at the southbound one (going toward Buenos Aires). There is actually a separate area for camping here where the big commercial trucks are not allowed (it is located next to the bar and comedor). There is a grassy and shady area for tents too. Wifi reaches the areas closest to the building. Coin-operated hot showers are available, but we didn't use them. The trucks park in the big lot between the camping area and the highway which makes for an effective noise block when they all settle in for the night. Free to camp.Report Check-In