Campo Sirena

RV Park

2 Reviews
Baja California Sur Los Voladores Bahia Asuncion, BCS, Mexico

GPS: 27.144, -114.291

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Overview of Campo Sirena

Weekly Rate Yes

Monthly Rate Yes

Elevation 32 ft / 9 m

Tent Camping Yes

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“Nice little campground in town with ocean views”

Reviewed 3/6/2017

Nightly rate: $12
Days stayed: 3
Overall Rating

Stayed here 3 nights with my dog at Campo Sirena. Peaceful place with view of ocean. Not sure why one person mentioned there was an obstruction from a "shack" as the only shack on the property is the bathroom/internet area and I believe it is part of the property rather than a hoarder shack.
As you see from my photos, there is sufficient ocean views depending on where you camp on the property.
The hotel, La Bufadora Inn, which is mentioned on a cliff is separate from the camping area and there is no camping advertised at this place so not sure why anyone would assume camping was there esp. since there is a fish processing plant nearby.

Even though the campground is in town I felt safe there and everyyone there said they had no problems with theft. The availability of faucet water is questionable at times but it is due to the town itself rather than the property. There are plenty of small stores to buy water and food.

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ellen would stay here again

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“Leña: noun. Woody material that is nearly impossible to purchase in Mexico, but (even in the desert) abundantly available to gather and transform into fire.”

Reviewed 2/1/2016

Nightly rate: $12
Days stayed: 1
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"The owner is a piece of work," a local man tells us as we converse over the status of this campground. We had met her earlier, at a hotel she owns which overlooks a seagulldamn gorgeous point full of breaking waves and exactly what we were after. Instead, though space was aplenty just near the hotel, she sent us back to this parking lot on the other side of town.

Still near the water. But something about it just didn't feel great.

The current camp host met us and chatted us up, Mexican born but raised in the United States, his pristine English was a welcome chance at asking a host of questions we'd all been stockpiling.

Though almost beachfront, a small shack blocked complete ocean views. Turns out it's a hoarders shack and he won't sell. Hoarders in remote Mexico can afford to hold onto beachfront shacks, apparently.

The WiFi plodded along enough to post to Instagram, or check email, dropping randomly and often. The showers were hot, for about three minutes at a time. Wait fifteen and find your next three minute reward. There's a light switch in the bathroom you have to flick to start the hot water tank. Laundry is around back. A small library inside. Just walk in. There is no one on duty, per se. Baja is generally a free for all like that.

Make friends with the local stray dogs. Ask the vaquero riding his horse along the beach bareback if you can take a turn. Go to Kekos restaurant (turn left as you approach Pemex when leaving the park), you won't be disappointed.

And most of all, enjoy!

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Nathan @ Wand'rly would stay here again

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Mali Mish – Asuncion and Abreojos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

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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Amenities

Hookups
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • Partial Hookups
Connectivity
  • wifi: free
Recreation
  • book exchange
  • fishing
  • swimming beach
  • water access
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • trash at site
Facilities
  • dump station
  • laundry
  • restrooms: flush
  • showers
  • trash
  • water available
Pets
  • pets

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