Large car park with many palm trees. 50m from the beach with toilets and showers, 50p/person. We haven't checked the beach. Approaching from the 'main road just after the Hotel Quinta Real Right into Gravel road. Blue sign says 'Trailer Park' at the entrance.
You should have mosquito repellent. This trailer park is adjacent to a swampy mangrove so the mosquitoes is a lot.
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Unfortunately, Tangolunda is currently closed. The government has decided that, because of Covid, no overnight parking will be allowed at public beaches. The beach at Tangolunda is open. The parking lot is open for use during the day. But no vehicle is allowed to stay overnight. When we stopped to check, some folks in a van were staying at the campground during the day, then moving to the parking lot of a nearby hotel during the night. That did not seem like a great option to us, so we left. We love this place. It was hard to leave. The restriction seems nonsensical, but it is what it is. Keep checking. The rules could change tomorrow.................Report Check-In
Because of the Pandemic you can't camp here anymore, they will send you away. In all of the other beaches in Huatulco camping is forbidden. The beaches here are beautiful, but try to stay somewhere outside of bahías de Huatulco (if you are travelling by tent/hammock, i guess in a Van you can always sneakily stay somewhere ;) )Report Check-In
We was happy to find this place because the night was there.
Nobody was there but there was light.
We sleep alone and a quiet night.
The guard was there in th morning and we pay 50 pesos by persons (we pay for 3 for a family of 5).
Clean restroom and public shower .
Nice beach 1 mn walking.
Enjoy your trip.
just a gravel/sandy parking lot with nothing around and no view, but shade, easy access to the beach through the mangrove, water and showers. ok for big rigs.very quiet, lots of birds. no night guard.Report Check-In
Great spot, nice guards. We were here two nights. You pay 50 mp per person. Showers and toilets. You can park in the shadow. The beach is really pretty and if there is not too much wind, it is perfect for swimming (also for kids).Report Check-In
This place was designed for trailer park and big campers. The city rules does not allow to camp overnight at any beach in Huatulco (to maintain the beaches clean) and therefore, this is the only place where it is allowed to camp. You pay $50MXN/adult and the cost includes bathroom and showers. it is save, I saw people leaving the camp tent for the entire day and they stay out in other beach, they just returned to sleep.Report Check-In
Stayed one night. Nobody around. Everything locked up but theres a tap for water. Peaceful night.Report Check-In
Open again. 50 pesos per person for camping. Lot of shades, dusty, quiet on a Saturday.Report Check-In
The place is closed, It seems that a flood filled the parking lot with mudReport Check-In
Currently closed - the trailer park has been flooded and was not open when we arrived, we don‘t know when or if it will reopen.Report Check-In
Could not enter, the road was muddy after the tropical storm.
Tuvimos que dar la vuelta porqué si no se nos quedaba la camionetaReport Check-In
Great trailer park/campground. Showers are not private, but included in 50 peso per person fee. Bathrooms are simple but maintained. good wash spot for dishes outside the bathroom building. Beach access is along a small path through the swamp (about 50m walk) and is really nice. The beach here is steep and the waves crash basically right no the shore.
Visited during holy week so there were a number of Mexican families camping here on vacation. All in all it was a great atmosphere that felt very safe.
Down the road is Italian Coffee- great wifi and AC from 8am to 11pm but no outlets. Around the block are a number of other restaurants with wifi. Alebrijes just on the other side has good wifi and outlets as well as affordable breakfasts (not so much for dinner)
This community seems like a wealthy local getaway. Golf course, fancy restaurants and spas, and lots of tour buses filled with locals.Report Check-In
We enjoyed this place! We got there late on Monday and nobody was there and bathrooms were locked but we were the only ones there. The beach is a 1 minute walk and again barely anyone on the beach with refreshing water and fun waves. Ended up staying for 4 days... someone came the next morning and opened the facilities for us which were very clean and we werent charged for our first night. Still 50 pesos per person .... might be getting busy for Santa Semana. Also tons of birds here too.... it's a nice piece of quiet on a land full of resorts and hotels.Report Check-In
Mexican-style RV park with toilets and cold showers. Basically a shady parking lot just 2 minutes walking to the beach. They charge 50 Pesos per personReport Check-In
50 pesos per person. Free for our child 9 years old but we paid for the one who is 13 years old. Clean bathrooms. Dump station with water to fill up your water tanks. Nice and very quiet.
We stood longer than we thought and the guard charged us only for the adults for the extra nights and gave me a ticket , that didn't do the first guard we saw when we arrived.
So I think children do not have to pay and ask for your ticket.
Decided to stay here for a night, 50p/person, but didn’t pay for kids. Showers are cold but refreshing, and bathrooms are flush toilets with sinks and all. It’s all very clean too!
One drain is available for dumping black and grey water, and you can fill with water that has decent pressure. There are any sights in the parking lot, enough space for big rigs, sufficient clearance overhead also. Tenting is also possible.
Beach is beautiful, and it’s not even 5 minutes walk, but you have a few steps through the stinky mangroves and forest on planks and sandbags. It’s not difficult.
Ocean itself is kind of steep. Not very big waves, but they come up the shore a fair bit, which is probably the only place the kids can play, unless you walk west a bit. It’s guarded from the waves and is tranquil.
This place is worth the visit. Our kids and us enjoyed it stay here.
Good place for a night or two. The area is teeming with different birds (including parrots), iguanas and other wildlife. Surprisingly no mosquitoes.Report Check-In
Club de playa Tangolunda is the correct name and signed at the street. A good place for staying a few days!Report Check-In
It depends a bit when you visit the place. There is a chance that nobody's there, banjos closed. You park for free. We visted two days. First day toilet, shower locked, second day all unlocked. We negociated easily, first day free, second day 50 pp. 100 for 2 is a bit much we think, but the parking with shady palmtrees is for sure not a bad place to stay.Report Check-In
Great spot for our 24feet motorhome! We were alone here with some locals coming to spend the day at the beach. The walk to the beach is part of the experience and makes the beach look even more amazing! Safe place with lighting at night.Report Check-In
Stayed one night got in late left early no one was there to pay. Bathrooms available and clean. Stopped by another day paid 50 pesos to empty tanks.Report Check-In
Pretty empty when we got here. We could hear some music from the hotels, and some mosquitoes. Very pretty and grassy surrounded by trees. Decent bathrooms.Report Check-In
50 Pesos per Person for overnight.
Showers and toilettes with NO extra cost!
Very friendly owner.
Did the trick for a few days.
2 minute walk to Great beach if you don't mind sharing with resorts.
Weekends and holidays trailer park fills up with Mexican families.
Secure spot. Facilities clean enough.
stayed here one night. two minute walk to beach. lots of all inclusive resorts. bathrooms looked clean, did not use showers. Only three other campers here. paid 100p for two people. lots of trees. good telcel reception but no Wi-Fi. we're told the Italian coffee nearby did thoReport Check-In
Dedicated, established trailer park, a bit of shade but basically just a parking lot with facilities in heavily developed resort area. Rough trail through jungle to nice wavy beach shared by resorts, sketchy rotten plywood trail over what looked like drainage canals. Slightly above average bathrooms, mostly clean. Nice cold shared men/women showers 50 per person per day. Showers also available a la carte for 10 pReport Check-In
great place, still 50 pesos pp, clean rest rooms, showers, water and dump station. Easy to get to, hardly anybody here.Report Check-In
Great place to camp ... Cold but awesome showers , clean bathrooms.. Water & dump if needed . 100 pesos per night .. We would have stayed longer than 2 nights but was killer hot !! Very quiet at nightReport Check-In
Good place to stay. Bathrooms cleaned daily.
Lots of birds around. No barking dogs! Quiet nights.
50 peso per person, flat lots. Bathrooms w only seemed to be open on the weekends.Report Check-In
Large car park with many palm trees. 50m from the beach with toilets and showers for a fee. Stay in the camper for 50Pesos/Person. We haven't checked the beach. Approaching from the 'main road just after the Hotel Quinta Real right into Gravel road.
Price: 50Pesos/PersonReport Check-In