Campestre Maranatha

RV Park

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Carr. Transpeninsular
La Paz, BCS, Mexico
612-124-6275
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GPS: 24.098, -110.3871

Last Price Paid: $13
Pad Type: gravel

2 people have reviewed this location.

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Chris

19 Shasta Airflyte
33 reviews
Nightly rate: $13
Days stayed: 5
“Don't stay here if you are a sinner.”

Reviewed Apr 13, 2016

Overall Rating

This campground appears to be nice and well maintained, it has a pool, showers, and slow wifi. There is a nice cafe just outside the campground. The best carnitas torta in the world is 2 miles down the street. However its a Christian camp run by an American lady that is really rude to her guests if they are not walking around with a bible in their hand.

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This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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Nathan @ Wand'rly

14 Volkswagen Bus, Champagne Edition, Riviera Campwagen
290 reviews
Nightly rate: $350
Days stayed: 14

Nathan @ Wand'rly would stay here again

“Tienda de Campańa: noun. A small structure used to sleep in while camping, known as a tent in English, and a great example of how drawn out Spanish can be...”

Reviewed Apr 04, 2016

Overall Rating

Hookups, a pool, and hot showers. Relatively expensive for Baja, but very well kept.

While I enjoyed our stay here, mostly due to it being convenient to drive to town, we met a few other travelers who were cool, and the kids were very safe while riding their bikes around the campground, it is very reminiscent of an RV park in the US. Lots of big rigs coming through. More rules and regulations than is the norm in Baja.

Lovely staff though, every morning the guy who maintains the place said Buenos Dias and tried having some other conversations with us, though our poor Spanish limited the affect of those.

There's a coffee shop right next door with great lattes, Americanos, and a ridiculously cheap breakfast (80 pesos for pancakes, two eggs, a bunch of bacon, juice or coffee...it's enough to feed two easily, we would only order two for our entire family of 5). You can also walk to places where you can buy beer, tires or ridiculous amounts of raw meat.

There's also a Walmart, an Autozone and a Home Depot, the first of such things you'll see after leaving the US headed south in Baja.

This place is a Christian camp, too, and so during whatever season that is (probably summer but it surely is crazy hot then) it may be next to impossible to get in here, and also because of that the owner will ask you not to have beer cans strewn about your site....

Assuming they're still working on the buildings across the street, expect to hear the pop hits of the day being blasted by burly Mexican workers...kind of funny to see a construction worker spitting his chew on the ground while nodding his head to Taylor Swift.

Access
Location
Cleanliness
Site Quality
Noise
4bars
T-Mobile 4G

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com


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Hookups:
  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
Recreation:
  • game room
  • playground
  • tennis court
Facilities:
  • laundry
  • restaurant
  • restrooms: flush
  • showers
  • trash
Pets:
  • pets

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