Tubares - next to church | Wild Camping

Mexico

Details

Verified:
about 3 years ago
Altitude:
283.0 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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We rolled into Tubares hoping to find a safe a secure ranch to park (knowing this was a likely destination when we didn't get out of Choix until 12:30PM. We stopped at the church and while walking around met a nice couple who invited us in to chat and we discussed the roads and routes from here North as well as what small talk we could make with our broken Spanish. They said the town is safe, parking where we did was fine and they would keep an eye on us. Nothing here, but free and safe in the midst of a long hot drive in the Copper Canyon. We got here with a 4x4 RV with good clearance, but never aired down nor used 4x4. It took about 4 hours with a handful of stops.

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small town it was raining when I pulled up to the church kids outside playing and smoking cigs ,oh to be a kid! we all laughed and popped my RTT cool place for pics! Banos at the school bring water and TP!

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We rolled into Tubares hoping to find a safe a secure ranch to park (knowing this was a likely destination when we didn't get out of Choix until 12:30PM. We stopped at the church and while walking around met a nice couple who invited us in to chat and we discussed the roads and routes from here North as well as what small talk we could make with our broken Spanish. They said the town is safe, parking where we did was fine and they would keep an eye on us. Nothing here, but free and safe in the midst of a long hot drive in the Copper Canyon. We got here with a 4x4 RV with good clearance, but never aired down nor used 4x4. It took about 4 hours with a handful of stops.

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