Very nice RV park/hotel. Hotel has an excellent restaurant and bar, the bartender is great. Very clean and well landscaped. If you need it, they offer a very well done RV wash (by hand) and or truck wash...our truck and trailer was $350 pesos and well worth it. We stayed here twice, going into Baja and coming out. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If the tide is in, I guess you could call it waterfront. The rest of the time the bay becomes a mud flat. Great for birding. Some of the sites are very difficult to back a fifth wheel into due to narrow street and trees on the front corners of each space. 30 amp at our site, water and sewer on site. WiFi free. Nice pool and hot spa. Utilities in some sites are located in strange places. Guard gated. Secure, quiet. Not our favorite stop, but acceptable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park. Unfortunately, many electrical hookups were nonfunctional and 15 amp only. Wi-Fi had good reception only in the office. Good for viewing shorebirds and quiet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a resort hotel with an attached 38 site RV park. The RV park has a very nice infinity pool, spa and rec center. The electricity is higher voltage 135 volts, so if you have a surge protector, you will not get any electricity; typical of Mexico. Water pressure is good, but DON'T DRINK THE WATER. The park is right on the estero (bay), so it has a great view and when you want to go out, the hotel has a very nice restaurant/bar plus other resort things to do. It is very pricey for Mexico, but a nice escape from typical Mexico RV parks. The office recommended an RV wash company and we had the RV and toad washed on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, quiet place. Very few campers - which is a norm in Baja now. They have some waterfront - not camping spaces, and not a beach, just a place where you can sit on a bench and relax. It's actually in the town of Chapultepec, a suburb of Ensenada, North of Estero Beach resort which is also in this town. Chapultepec is quieter and safer than Ensenada. What I liked the best was 10-pesos buses that run from Chapultepec to Ensenada, so you don't have to drive or pull your rig if you need something in Ensenada like Immigration office, Home Depot etc. The owner and staff speak fluent English. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
By Baja standards, it's not bad. I can confirm all the things the earlier poster said about this place. I didn't care for all the dogs running around either. Rate is now $20 (even in October). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Back in site fairly level and nicely landscaped. Electric 30 amp, but it didn't work so used 15 amp connection instead. Unusual historical murals on various rental houses in the park. Beach area rip rap rock. Lot of stray dogs in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.