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5 RV Parks near Colonia Nueva Era, Baja California
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Colonia Nueva Era. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Colonia Nueva Era in the left hand column.
Feb 2013 - $15.00
Built in an olive grove. Tough to find over potholed sand/gravel road, but for Mexico, a nice, quiet and growing family camp. Use Church's book for directions. Large RV's will have to ask owner for alternate set up spots. We couldn't make the turns for the existing spots, but English speaking owner was most accomodating. Used extension cord for 15 amp plug in and long water hose for hook ups. Pool, playground for families. - Brujomar
Jan 2017 - $15.00
This is an astounding place to stay right on the beach. You can see the sunset out your back window and walk on an empty beach for miles. Water (yes, salty as is almost all the coastal water here) Electric (yes, 15amp only, pretty normal for Baja) and yes there is sewer as well as spotless bathrooms and showers. Hosts are incredibly helpful and nice and don't ask for a discount please! Gimme a break, cheap Americans stay home! - AdrianaW
Mar 2013 - $15.00
Nice location. Quiet. Ocean view from all sites. Road into park from main highway, like most RV parks in Baja is in rough shape. Dirt/Sand pot-holed, sink holes, rutted...low branches along side of road. Go slow. Once in park, plenty of room for any size rig. Half dozen or so 15 amp electric plugs located along North back in sites only. All other areas are no hook ups. Water spigots here and there. Owners went out of their way to make us feel welcome...still slow business in Baja. No sewer that I could find. Showers/toilets OK. - Brujomar
Feb 2009 - $10.00
This is your very basic Baja RV park with few facilities. They have 12 new full hook up sites, that are very basic, but big rig friendly. The water has a very high salt content, so is just good for showering. They also have a very large non-hook up parking area facing the ocean, that is very big rig friendly, and has very clean toilets and showers. You can use the dump station on your way out. The campground is about nine miles south of San Quintin. Look for the big sign on the right. It is about 1/2 mile down a dirt road. There are three Pemex stations between the campground and town. Great walking beach and you can buy the fresh catch from the pangas, when they come into the beach in the afternoon. There is an internet cafe close to the campground. - Luke
Feb 2014 - $15.00
This is a beach. Some 10 or so back in sites along a wall have electric, but almost unlimited space for no hookup sites. Dump station on left as you leave the beach. Would not use the water. Fidel is quite friendly and speaks English. The charge with no electric is $10. The restrooms were under repair, and not clean or usable when we were there. - living large
Jan 2013 - $16.00
This is a nice park for overnighting. Access is over a narrow dirt road, but no problem for big rigs. They have a very nice restuarant which opened their Sunday buffet an hour early to accommodate our caravan. Delicious food. - Selkie
Mar 2017 - $4.00
$4.00 for a spot overlooking the Pacific, great view down the coast. That's right, $4.00US (80 pesos). Very good restaurant right behind, hotel also. Free WiFi. There was electricity, but I didn't need it and it was showing about 100V. Good place to stop on your way through. Nice folks. - Creigh Gordon