We stayed on the beach for one night, lovely beach, watched people surfing and saw whales in distant. As I read earlier reviews, it did have a lots of poops and toilet papers in the bushes, hopefully everyone protects the beaches so everyone can enjoy it. It is free and not difficult to access. 3G cell signal for T-Mobile.
It’s a little tricky to get there, as the map directed you through a private road, and they put a sigh there says go 200 meters further south, there is a dried river bed can access the public beach. The beach is great, we saw dolphins and pelicans hunting fishes, amazing.
Drove there from our RV park in Loreto about 25 minute drive south. There were 2 rv’s and 3 tent campers. No facilities. Part of beach rocky park sandy. Nice cove for all water activities. Easy access, one sandy spot getting in, but no issues. Try it you’ll love it!
Beautiful remote and wild campground without facilities although there are trash cans and trash is being picked up. We were there in February 2021 and loved it. But be careful it is a nature reserve so pick up your trash and respect the animals.
Beautiful sunrise every morning, we saw humpback whales and a grey whale from our trailer....
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Ready to camp for free in PARADISE? So is everyone that camps here. And there are lots of snowbirds camped here. That's why we felt so safe. Keep in mind that Sundays here are very busy because that is family day for the locals. There will be lots of loud music and a...