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Overview of Campo #5

Elevation 295 ft / 89 m

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Last reported 2/6/2019
Our Adventuring Life
Livingston, TX
43' Montana High Country 340BH
18 reviews
“Spectacular View”

Reviewed 2/6/2019

Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

150 Peso for dry camping with an amazing view and sunset.

Site Quality

Our Adventuring Life would stay here again

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

Island Girl Walkabout
Corrales, NM
25' Winnebago View 24J
85 reviews
“Beautiful views south of Ensenada”

Reviewed 2/5/2019

Nightly rate: $8
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

This campground is one of several "Ejidos" in Baja, simply put campgrounds owned or operated by a Mexican village or family. It's about 40 minutes to central Ensenada so may not be the most convenient for all. It's right by the highway and very accessible.

It's also around the corner from "La Bufadora", a blowhole that creates a sometimes huge spout of water and noise, but was pretty unimpressive when we visited during low tide. That area screams tourist trap with the exception of a solitary restaurant located prior to entering the shops called La Bufadora. Good food and service without having to drive to town.

The campground offers dry camping on a cliff overlooking the Pacific and beautiful sunsets. It apparently has toilets and cold showers in a rough looking little building, though we didn't try them. There are two large open areas, one above the other and another very high up accessed on a steep hill. It had rained and the road to the top one was iffy so we chose not to drive up, but it must have even more incredible views.

We were alone in the first open area and there was one other RV was in the second. I don't know how full this gets, but the experience would definitely be different when it's full. Even though it's right by the highway, we weren't bothered by noise. There were a couple of empty bottles on the ground, but the guy who was there on the second day was cleaning up as we left.

There were a couple of different people collecting fees out of the small building in front each day, and we weren't sure if that was someone's house. Payment is cash only.

Be aware, sunset this time of year is before five so those wanting to have dinner in Ensenada will be driving back in the dark, which many don't recommend.

Site Quality

Island Girl Walkabout would stay here again

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

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  • dry camping
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  • big rig
  • restrooms: onsite
  • showers
  • pets


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