|Last Visited:||18 days ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - At Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Average|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Yes|
An established RV park fronting the beach in Pie de la Cuesta. Secure and relatively quiet except for when the owners dogs start barking. The sound of the crashing waves can be quite loud (but maybe we're just sensitive because it's super hot and we slept poorly). Lots of shade provided by coconut trees (watch for falling coconuts!). About 30 sites, all with water and electrical hook ups. Small pool and convenience store onsite. Bathrooms with cold showers (no soap, no toilet paper). About 30min to Acapulco by bus or taxi.
Price: 350 Pesos per night (negotiable)
The RV park is very comfortable and we ended up staying 9 days. Bathrooms and showers are very clean and the two ladies running it are very friendly. We felt very safe and parked right next to the beach. If you’re planning on getting there late make sure you call them if it’s going to be after 6pm since they close the gates. About 25 min from Acapulco. Definitely recommended. Prices range from 300 MXN (farthest from the beach) to 400 MXN (closest to the beach) although they did say it also depends on the vehicle. We got a night free for staying a week.Report Check-In
We stayed two nights. Safe and quiet except for Saturday when weddings are in the beachfront restaurants. Big places with everything. Right on the water. Not cheap, 450 pesos per night for 2 people in the truck camper. We wanted to see the cliff divers. By taxi 150 pesos.Report Check-In
Nice, clean and secure. MX$400.00 per night, beach view. Wifi fast, Telcel 4G, I recommend this place.Report Check-In
Other accounts seem accurate. When arriving at the gate just give a honk or two and the nice, but rigid owner lady will let you in. 350 pesos per night, non negotiable even if you don’t need hookups. Very clean and secure and we had the place nearly to ourselves. The coconuts seem to have mostly been trimmed out on our visit but be cautious.Report Check-In
Spent 8 days here and it was very good. Lady that runs it is careful to always have the gate locked. Dogs did bark but only during the day.nice stay hope to make it backReport Check-In
A nice location by the beach. The security is good, a front entrance which is always locked. And beach access which is locked at night. Reasonable wifi, friendly owner, and morning bread deliveries. 400Ps/n for the 2 of us camping in our carReport Check-In
Small RV park. Next to the sea good shade. Stalls with electricity, water and discharge. Lack of maintenance toilets without hot water, toilet paper or soap. The beach is very nice and open. Cons: to one side there is an event site where parties with live bands are held until 6am, impossible to sleep, however find out if there are events during your stay and flee.Report Check-In
RV park on the beach. Owner speaks English. The park looks lovely with the palm trees separating the lots. Make sure you take your own toilet paper into the bathroom with you it is not supplied. Locations is good right on the beach and close to shops and restaurants. Very secure.Report Check-In
+ friendly owners
+ shady sites (under coco trees)
+ each site with electricity and water
+ Internet ok
- only cold water
- bathrooms bad maintenanced, no soap, no toilet paper
- waves are too rough for swimming
- far away from town, Taxi costs 150-250 pesos
In our opinion 350 Pesos per night (sites right to the beach even 400 pesos!) is too much for this RV Park! We could negotiate to 300 Pesos per night, but it's still a little bit too much for what you (not) get.
You have to pay in advance, please aks for a receipt (the lady didn't believe us that we paied for 2 nights and wanted to charge us for another night)
We camped on a Saturday night. Only 1 other guest was at the location. There are about 30 camp sites, and each has a 110volt electric outlet which was nice to charge all of our devices. Internet was a decent speed, and faster close to the pool. 350 peso per night. 50 peso deposit for front gate key required since the gate is always locked. Lady in charge made us pay prior to allowing us to enter... that was a little weird, but otherwise very nice quiet stay on the outskirts of Acapulco. Don’t even consider going in the ocean here. The waves are enormous and strong.Report Check-In
No longer pet friendly. 400MXP for spots nearest water 350MXP away from water. Did not stay.Report Check-In
Been here more than 2 months they allow camping and rv, beer store on site, safe secure and gated, has beach access and direct view of ocean at each siteReport Check-In
right on the ocean, full hook ups, 450 pesos a night but they do not want your business! stayed one night because Sol de Arenas was closed. Asked the manager lady for the wifi password and she refused to give it to me and told me the it would be better if we stayed elsewhere!Report Check-In
We arrived on Saturday afternoon. Hasn't been a good idea because there was extremly loud music from a beach-club just behind a wall until 4am Sunday morning.Report Check-In
Stayed here 2 different occasions. Paid 150 per person for the first night, the second time was a week later and they said it was 500 peso for the night but we had 3 people. We asked them why and they just said price for 3 people.....
Wifi only worked for us in the sites that were close to the main building so we took the second one along the beach side. Bathrooms and showers were okay, not maintained well but clean enough. Tried to swim but the rip tide was super strong!!
Best place we found in Acapulco.
Negotiated 300 pesos for one night as we said we did not need electricity though there are working electrical plugs and strong WiFi throughout. Was asked to park in the middle section but moved closer to the beach in the morning for breakfast as mosquitos inhabit the greenery dividing the sites in the middle. Facilities could be updated but was fine for a quick stopover. Ladies super nice and the best deal we could find in the area after looking at two other spots.Report Check-In
On a beautiful beach with a nice sea-breeze to keep it cool. All very nicely kept but there were only 3 campers on-site. Probably not so relaxing when it's crammed full in peak season.friendly helpful lady explained the taxi system to get into town: yellow/white cars are collectivos, but they will take you privately wherever you want to go if you pay for all the seats. Blue/white cars are private taxis and a bit more expensive. We paid 150 pesos to Acapulco Zocalo. Camping was 350 pesos per night, 2 people in truck with electric & fast WiFi. Local restaurants all seemed to stop serving food around 18:00 h 18:30 ish.Report Check-In
meh. 350 for us, 300 for the Mexicans staying on the other side- gringo tax it seems. almost empty park. 15 amp. pretty easy to get in with 32' travel trailer. seemed safe. internet is fast- like 20 MBps download.Report Check-In
good place, clean level sites, full hook-up 350 pesos. Friendly ladies running the place.Report Check-In
Good shady place, friendly staff.
Good to visit Acapulco with bus or collectivo.
Now 350 pesos per night for full hookups with 15 amp electric. Not bad.Report Check-In
We stopped in at 4:30 and spoke with reception in the store. The campsite was vacant but looked fine - on the beach, decent washrooms, gated. We said we were heading into town for dinner and to watch the divers and would be back after 9pm. They said that would be fine. We came back and no one was there to let us in... we honked, flashed our lights, called the number from google maps. No one was there to let us in! So we had to drive an hour to the next campsite on the other side of Acapulco; it was closed but luckily the guard let us in the gate to stay the night. It seems fine here, but if you stay make sure you’re in at a reasonable hour or get very clear close times from the admin.Report Check-In
Great spot. Totally worth the 300 pesos. Felt very safe. Water/electric/shower/bathroom/ beach.Report Check-In
We enjoyed our stay here and were happy to be outside of Acapulco. The lovely ladies who run this place have been here since 1968. Each site has hook-ups, it's right on the beach (with a fence around it), there is a convenience store in front, a variety of restaurants nearby, it has a pool and the bathrooms are clean. It was easy to take the bus into Acapulco - 8.50 pesos per person each way. Make sure you look for the Playa Luces bus on the way back. We paid 300 pesos/night for our B-class van. We were the only ones there the first night and then were joined by two other travelers the next night. During the high season, I believe this is a haven for snow-birds.Report Check-In
We stayed here one night. Everything was allright. Clean bathrooms and the wifi works ok. We felt save. We think 300 Pesos is a little bit too much but there where not many other or better options.Report Check-In
Nice place safe and clean paid 300 pesos for 2 person cheep bus ride to downtown Acapulco
Will be back
Two really Nice ladys own thé place. 350 pesos /night for RV (300 p for van) but surprise! I had to ad 100 pesos for each kids (we havé 2 kids so 550 pesos/night)Report Check-In
We stayed here one night on our way through Acapulco. There was a woman staying in the apartment from the U.S. that greeted us and gave us all the info we needed to set up. The owners were out and didn’t return until after we settled in, so we tied up payment in the morning. There was only one other RV in the park and they still charged us 300 pesos - I recommend trying to negotiate if you can. They have two dogs that they keep locked up because they aren’t “other dog friendly”. We had to keep our dog in our camper when they took theirs out. The ladies were very nice about it, making sure to keep our dog safe. We felt very safe here. You can plug in, use the water and the dump station if needed - all included in the cost. The waves are quite loud, but we enjoyed the sound - better than traffic!Report Check-In
300 pesos no deals if we don't use water and electricity. For 300 pesos you still have to have your own toilet paper! !! Bathrooms are nice and clean, spots are level and you have a beautiful view of the ocean through the chain link fence. Felt safe. WiFi works pretty good under the palapa, but not at our parking spot. Dogs are allowed, but since the owners dogs live in a large caged area and bark if they see the dog she asked us to park in the far corner. No biggie it's closer to the restrooms, but no wifi over there. This is on a huge beach with great sand. The spots are very level. Some have concrete pads. There is a very good/cheap street taco joint in the evening, but they run out. Don't go too late. When leaving the gate it's to the left.Report Check-In
Great spot! Beautiful place Next to the beach with access to it. Full hookups, swimming pool, and a convinient store for grosseries. Very clean. Nice sweet ladys are un charge . Oficial price for RV/camper Is 350. Also a deposit of 50 for the keys, so you can Enter anytime. They return the money when hoy return the keys.
Great campground next to the beach. Wifi worked really well. Bathrooms were clean. 25 min taxi ride to town from here. We felt safe. 300 pesos per night. Couple of restaurants within walking distance.Report Check-In
Rather nice RV Park in front of a huge beautiful sandy beach. Clean restrooms, nice big shaded stalls under tall palm trees. What for falling coconuts! Full hook-ups. Palapa in front of the beach. Small little pool. Convenience store operated by the same RV park owners. Close beach front restaurants. We did not go to the city of Acapulco but you can take a short bis ride or a taxi to the city. Very nice weather mid Jan. Apparently extremely hot and humid the rest of the year (not winter). Talked our price down to 250 pesos from the original ask (300) since we didn't need any hook-ups.Report Check-In
An established RV park fronting the beach in Pie de la Cuesta. We paid 300 pesos but it's low season mid-week. Secure and relatively quiet except for when the owners dogs start barking. The sound of the crashing waves can be quite loud (but maybe we're just sensitive because it's super hot and we slept poorly.). Lots of shade provided by coconut trees (watch for falling coconuts!). About 30 sites, all with water. Electrical hook ups but not sure they're working. Small pool and convenience store onsite. Clean bathrooms with showers. Very convenient to Acapulco by bus or taxi.Report Check-In