Mixed feelings on this park. You have to drive all the way through town to get to it..making for slow going. We stayed here twice..once going down then coming back. Enjoyed our second visit more for some reason. 30 amp, water and sewer. Sites are packed in with residences on one side (which are on the water) and storage units on the other. Makes it very claustrophobic. Lots of neighborhood dogs and roosters made it quite noisy all the time. Free Wi-Fi. Good Telcell. Nice pool and common areas. Lots of services in Loreto. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice small park. Very popular with caravans, so call for reservations. Sites are narrow and not very long, so the park is best for smaller rigs. Our 30" trailer just fit. Very convenient to walk to the beach, city center, grocery store, etc. The owner's daughter speaks English and is very helpful. Definitely would recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were part of a caravan of 16 RVs/5thWheels/Travel Trailers/Class A,B and C. We had it all, including the two 40' DP. With help and lots of time we all got into the site. This is a wonderful place in a great town. Lots to do, wonderful people and food. Without question, we would stay again - we were there for 2 days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Back in sites fairly small but level. Wouldn't take anything over 35 feet there. Electric 15 amp; did not measure voltage. Nice location. Good water. Filled up my freshwater tank for the first time in awhile. Good restaurant on site, but a long wait to be served. We camped here in a Motorhome.