Playa punta piedrita | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
1.9 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
johanna.bramboeck

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Super nice and quite place! just keep driving the beach (full of trailers and snowbirds) to the left and after ca. 1 mile you will reach a beautiful small beach with 6 palapas, bucket toilet, no internet but the place is super nice and really quite. easy access for any type and size of car. 150 pesos per night. Restaurant in a walking distance at Santispac’s beach.

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Nice beach, got charged $100 pesos per motorcycle for 1 palapa, bargained with owner for 2nd night for $200 pesos for 4 of us. No cell service, vault toilet, can get windy. Close to restaurants at Santispac.

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Short drive around the beach from Santispac and well worth it. Only 2 of the 6 palapas were taken on Sunday when we arrived in the afternoon and the host came by to collect 200 pesos each per day. Originally wanted 200p for my truck and 200p for my trailer but accepted them both as 1. 30 minute walk to Playa Arena and 10 minutes to Playa Santispac. Ana’s has wifi during the day but not at night to conserve power. Callo Ceviche was excellent, 190 pesos and enough for 3. Few vendors and the rare truck noise.

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Pretty, quiet beach around the point from Sanispac. From here you don't hear the trucks from the highway. 200 pesos for a palapa. Garbage and bucket toilet available. You can walk a ways north to the point that you can see in the distance. The afternoon winds can kick up here. If you're going kayaking out to the islands it is best in the morning. Enjoyed this place and it is more attractive on land than Sanispac in our opinion.

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Nice little spot between Punta Arena and santispec. appears to be reopened, no big rocks on the road gate is open. five Palapas ready to camp at.

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There is no more huge rocks on the road. There is a gate but it was open. Rocky beach not suitable for swimming. Bucket toilet. 6 palapas. I guess it could be very windy. It was quiet while I was there. Didn’t stay. No cell signal no wifi.

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Huge rocks on the road, impossible to get there. Difficult to turn around.

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Great camping on a scenic bay. The view overlooks a beautiful mountain range across the bay. It is a really gorgeous location. The camping is very quite minus the soft tumblingof the waves. There are 5 palapas spread out so as not to be too close to one another. There are 2 restaurants within walking distance just on the other side of the bay. The restaurant we went to, Anna's, was a little pricey but the food was good. Internet access at the restaurant was 35 pesos. I highly recommend this spot. The cost is roughly 150 pesos.

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Super nice and quite place! just keep driving the beach (full of trailers and snowbirds) to the left and after ca. 1 mile you will reach a beautiful small beach with 4 palapas. no facilities, no internet but the place is super nice and really quite. easy access for any type and size of car. 150 pesos per night.

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