Overview of Campo Rene
Last Price Paid: $7
Reported by Nathan @ Wand'rly on 2/1/2016
Pad Type gravel
Elevation -32 ft / -9 m
Tent Camping Yes
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“Leyendo: verb. To aim your eyes at a book, such as one might do in extreme situations, such as when there is no WiFi or cell service.”
If KOA had a location in Mexico, this would be it.
Their margaritas are made with Fresca. You can share a palapa for 150 pesos (if you brought friends). The amalgam of herons, egrets, gulls and osprey are gorgeous. They're met by Mexican families on quads, fishermen and tourists alike.
No service, no WiFi, and we came in from a dusty, washboard road from the west.
But the margaritas have me feeling good, the moon is burning orange and the hum of the generator powering the entire place leaves me with but one last thought...which is to say, Enjoy!
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Took a week off of work so we could do some off-the-grid exploring. First stop was a little fishing village called Bahia Asuncion on the Pacific 120 miles off of Mexico Highway 1. We did not know what...
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- dry camping
- swimming beach
- water access
- big rig
- restrooms: flush
Another very rundown camping spot in San Ignacio
Un aparcamiento con una bonita muralla.
- Nathan @ Wand'rly
Little San Ignacio Oasis
Would stay forever if I had internet!
Very bumpy road to nowhere
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