Rancho el Sendero | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
638.5 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
piperflies

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Hostel, tent camping and very camper van friendly site if you don’t need hookups. Lovely vibe, clean bathrooms, hot showers, restaurant and bar with great views.

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un endroit magnifique, propre, les propriétaires et le personnels super sympa, eau, électricité au vr, piscine, cuisine tout équipée avec réchauds a gaz, BBQ, table intérieur et extérieur vraiment recommandé. (560 pes) pour 2 pour 1 nuit

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Great location to park. Showers, bathrooms, restaurant, pool, community kitchen and much more!
If you have kids there’s a gym room with a climbing wall and giant cushion

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We stayed just the one night. At 560Ps (US$28) for 2 persons in a car camper it was easily the most expensive campsite we've had in nearly a year of travelling around Mexico and USA. And for that all we got for a campsite was a gravel parking lot. No grass, not even our own picnic table.

In addition if you don't have the exact correct amount it appears to be an issue as they don't have the ability to give you change without a protracted procedure. Try to use your credit card instead to make it easier, that will be another 5% thank you very much.

The central outdoor area is large and lovely with a pool and grass and hammocks. The hotel block is down one side. But no trees for shade. We tented there for 2 weeks in 2017 for 200Ps/n. So prices have increased nearly 200%. There were no tents this time and only one other camper as it appears that the focus is now on running ERS as a hotel for flyins.

Although if you do want a quiet place to stay, it is likely this will be your best option as all the other campgrounds are close to EPC which is renowned for being noisy in the weekend.

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Nicest place in town for climbers with great facilities (even a climbing gym). The owners are very friendly and a good social vibe so easy to find climbing partners. 280 pesos/person to sleep in the car on the parking lot. Some discounts apply if you stay longer.

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Really nice spot near the mountains for climbers, hikers and overlanders. seems they recently expanded the parking area because they can easily accommodate big rigs now. setup to encourage being social, huge kitchen with 5-6 stoves and lots of eating space. rooms looked nice too

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Nice place with clean hot showers, potable water from a mountain spring, community kitchen and great view of the mountains. Not too far from town. Good for kids. Nice grassy area for tent camping. Mini orchard of figs and limes which owner shared with us. Everyone very friendly. 120 pesos / adult and 80 pesos for our 12 year old.

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Hostel, tent camping and very camper van friendly site if you don’t need hookups. Lovely vibe, clean bathrooms, hot showers, restaurant and bar with great views.

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