We stayed here for five days in early April. The park was only 1/3 full. We had a nice space. The office staff was very pleasant. The vegetable and shrimp vendor came by each evening. San Carlos is a bit commercial, but we enjoyed trying different restaurants. The RV park is about a quarter mile from a beach. The beach is clean. We had a good view of the marina. Directions are fair...good signage until you come to the turn-off, then there is no sign. We and others missed the turn and had to backtrack. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In previous years this park would have earned a 10, then a 9 then an 8 now a 7. We have always used this park for a 3 or 4 day break on arriving or leaving Mexico. Since the death of the original builders and owners some years ago the site has continued to deteriorate. It used to be the highest standard park in Mexico, but lack of maintenance over the years is taking its toll: The hot tub isn't, the laundry room is down to one dryer, many power outlets are hanging by their wires, the wireless connection is longer available at the rig (it seems no matter how closed to the building you are). Wireless is only available in the game room, at this moment 7 users are on line, most using skype, so everyone is talking at once. Fortunately, no one wants to play billiards or ping pong! The placed is still clean, but it's not the park it used to be. Next year we will probably stay in one of the others in town and save the extra 10Km. drive to El Mirador and back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park just across the street from the ocean. It caters to American and Canadian snowbirds. Although they claim not to have pull throughs, they allow folks to use certain spaces as pull throughs and we were given one of those, which was actually two spaces being used as one. Hard to explain, but it worked. There are some very big rigs in here. The park is mostly paved with some nice shade trees and a pool. Wi-Fi works well and is secure. We couldn't get much on the TV, but that is probably OK since we don't speak Spanish. We have a whole RV surge protector and it did trip once so the electricity is a little "iffy". Of course, DO NOT drink the water and you will need to sanitize your pipes after leaving Mexico, but that is a given when RVing here. Sewer connection is behind the RV rather than next to it, so bring some extra sewer pipe and an extender. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Jose runs/owns this place and speaks excellent English, BA from UCLA! Probably the most popular RV park in San Carlos. Our 30 amp voltage was 133 V which worried me but seemed OK. The spaces are wide enough for MH and toad and all have a concrete patio slab. All require back in, no pull throughs although if you only need to stay for one night you can park on the center aisle/road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice for a Mexican park. I saw only back-in sites, and we had to park on the "wrong" side of the sewer connection to get our big rig in. The water and electric hookups are on the "wrong" side of each site, which means you need long water lines and electric cables as well. Excellent free WiFi. Across the street from the beach. Clean laundromat with 13 washers and seven dryers. Each machine takes six US quarters. Our site and our neighbor's site had very high voltage (138-140 VAC) until the evening, when everybody was using power. We stayed only one night because we were on our way south, but we wouldn't mind spending a month there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
By Mexican standards, we rate this very highly. It varies from one end of the park to another. Near the road it is noisy, especially on weekends. Water pressure and electric stability vary with the site. Ours is excellent, and we are in a 40' MH using both air-conditioners. Our electric is 30 amp with a 40 amp breaker, but that also varies with the site. Some are 15 amp with weak breakers. The pool is clean, but not heated. There is an on-site laundromat, storage units, and a motel. The park is fenced and has a night watchman at the gate. The WiFi is free and can be reached from all parts of the park with an outside antennae. The park is across the street from the beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice and easy location, so we stayed a month. Never noticed noise for the nightclub; we have soundproofing though. Sites in various states of repair/disrepair; electrical components are cannibalized from site to site. Mostly 15 amp breakers, with 15 and 30 amp outlets. Voltage runs from 132 -137 volts, bring protection. Good WiFi. Some biting bugs, near the back (the quiet sites). Can be tricky for big rigs, but doable. Friendly and helpful staff; hand washed and waxed MH for $60USD. Good Mexican park. We camped here in a Motorhome.