|Last Visited:||over 3 years ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Unknown|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Unknown|
THIS PLACE IS CLOSED!
THE ONLY RESORT WHICH IS OPEN IS VILLA CALESTE.
ADMIN NOTE: users report place is open, but this could be seasonal.
NOTE erratic checkins perhaps indicate this place is seasonally open
Fantastic campsite under palm trees overlooking the Pacific with romantic sunsets. Normally, electricity / water / waste water at site.
Electricity is charged separately. The bathrooms are clean and good, the shower has a strong jet and is very hot :-). Ok washing machines which you can use for 10 pesos per filling.
THIS PLACE IS CLOSED.
@nomadenleben.ch you commented the wrong Place. the place that you were is Villa Celeste. which is a few meters bevor this one.
We found this campground as described. Noé speaks good English and has a lot of tips on how to travel in Mexico. The last 500 meters before the RV Park is an unpaved road. After some rain, it was in bad shape. We parked at the sea. Here we had no internet connection. BUt we liked this RV Park a lot.Report Check-In
never was. According to Teo. It is a bit overgrown and theres only dry camping but its still a nice campground. Open the gate and Park and Teo will come by.
We stayed one night in our camper. The place is still operational in so far, as you can stay overnight here. But there is nobody around and the buildings are abandoned, the bathrooms demolished and there is also no electricity anymore. There is still water. If you don't need the hookup and are looking for a place where you are alone, then this place is ok. Just drive through the gate and then to the end of the path where you can park a few meters away from the beach. A man will come to collect the fee. Price is still 200 per vehicle pn, 150 if you stay longer. He also locks the gate in the evening.
There is some noise from the plantation buildings on the neighboring lot, not loud but continuous.
http://www.saint-paul-de-vence-ushuaia.fr nice place With 110 and 220 plus for Européen camper, full hook-up . Close to the sea, friendly orner.Report Check-In
I am sure this place was fantastic several years ago. Now it looks like abandonned but with a shower and a toilet. The view on rhe ocean from the terace is still amazing. Someone came to collect the money and we negociated the price at 150m$. The gate is closed. You have to open/close it. We felt safe.Report Check-In
looks deserted, we didn't stay, only black water dump for amenitiesReport Check-In
No hot showers, just cold water no washing machines.we had the campground for us alone and deal for a better priceReport Check-In
Did a deal at M$200 per night for two cars to share 'a space', dry camping. We were practically the only ones here so we didn't actually share a space, just parked near each other! Facilities not as they were once described. No wifi, no laundry and no hot water. Toilets, unsure when they were last cleaned but it was manageable. Unsure if hookups still work. Beautiful view especially at sunset and coconut palms everywhere that you can help yourself to, but if it's facilities you want this isn't the place to come anymore in afraid.Report Check-In
The best place we've been to yet. Very small and very tranquil. Noe, the owner is exceptionally generous and helpful. Definitely recommend.Report Check-In
This place was deserted except for us. We had to call the number on the gate. It has a "for sale" sign on the gate but is open. There are cold showers and bathrooms that work. There's a great patio next to the ocean. It looks like a lot of work went into building it but is a bit in disrepair now. At $200MXN we were expecting more (at least internet or a pool). We were planning on camping at Villa Celestino but it was full up with a school trip. Villa San Miguel (up the road) was $300 (pool, wifi, etc) and if it wasn't already dark out, we would have bit the bullet and stayed there. There is also a spot that looks decent for boondocking once you get to the dirt access road. Drive straight ahead past the "baseball field" onto the beach. We asked around and were told it's pretty safe.Report Check-In
There is a for sale sign on the gate and no one was around when we went by. Stayed down the street at Villa Celeste Resort RV Park.Report Check-In
150pesos/night, nice camping very close to the sea, quiet, water, hot showers, toiletReport Check-In
Fantastic campsite under palm trees overlooking the Pacific with romantic sunsets. Normally, electricity / water / waste water at site. Only our site had no electricity. But, however, had a wonderful tiled patio and beautiful ocean view. Electricity is charged separately. The bathrooms are clean and good, the shower has a strong jet and is very hot :-). Ok washing machines which you can use for 10 pesos per filling.
(Usually 150 pesos / day, discount for three days: pay 2 days, 1 day for free)Report Check-In