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5 RV Parks near Ejido Jiquilpan, Baja California
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ejido Jiquilpan. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ejido Jiquilpan in the left hand column.
Dec 2017 - $17.00
Check in was fast and friendly. There weren't many RV's in the park so had no problem getting a spot we wanted. Restrooms/Showers are clean with two showers and two sinks. There is no cable and when I asked about WIFI I was told there was a hot spot in the office, but they didn't know the password two different days when I asked so I don't know if it was good or not. They are fixing up a few things around the park and painting the shower building outside. The laundry has 4 washers and 4 dryers. There is no cart to take clothes from washers to dryers. The roads are dirt and dusty. The sites are a bit of gravel and they say they are planning to put more gravel on the sites. There is a cement patio at the sites. Most sites are open with no trees, but a few have small trees. There are trains within hearing distance running several times a night and we experienced helicopter traffic during the day periodically and one late night a couple times. The highway traffic is steady but not too loud. - traveling
Feb 2009 - $3.00
This is dry camping on BLM land located way behind the Shell station just off the I-8. They only allow self contained hard sided RV's, no tents. There is a free 14 day camp area and a section that is fenced off that is for long term stays (14 days being the shortest time allowed)The cost is $40.00. The Shell Station has a dump station and fresh water. We paid $15.00 to dump and take on water. Friendly people at the Shell Station and they were great about letting us have packages delivered there. It's a very quiet area although you can hear the trains but they didn't bother us at night when sleeping. There is a host at the entrance to the long term area that will take your money and put a sticker on your car and RV. If you like to dry camp this is a great place to stay and Los Algodones is only an exit away. We go over the border every year for various visits. The town of Winterhaven has a Wal-Mart Supercenter, Albertsons, and just about anything you may need. We're full-timing and find the 2 weeks where we're not in a park to be relaxing. We'll be back here again next year! - jannie5
Feb 2019 - $22.00
Large sites, gravel and dirt. No WiFi but satellite was good. Train nearby was loud. Staff was very friendly. Close to Yuma, AZ and Algodones, Mexico. - dpendleton51
Feb 2018 - $15.00
Rate reflects a monthly rate. A variety of site styles depending on your need. Larger lots for those that need more room and longer stays. Transient sites are closer. The new owners are working hard at upgrades. This park will be much nicer as the work continues. Yes, you are in the desert. 10 minutes to Yuma. - tillyC
Feb 2018 - $22.00
This is a decent park, while it's facilities are dated they are all usable and nice. The 50 amp sites are large enough for the big rigs and they are wide and spacious. The downfall would be the dust from the roads and the surrounding are but you are in the desert. We would definitely come back. - Trap
Jan 2014 - $50.00
Easy walk across the border to Los Algodones., Mexico. Next time will dry camp as they have good dump/water station. Tribe has not put a dime in this park for years, and it really shows. Sites are large but price is too high. Dry camping on their land with permit ($15 per year, I think?) and just using the park's dump/water station is better and great views of canal between the casino and Sleepy Hollow. - Baddad53
Jul 2011 - $50.00
We only stayed this place overnight, but I found it exaggeratedly expensive (US$ 50) for only a dusty back-in site although it was full hook-up. This is place might have the advantage to be next to Los Algodones like some reviewers said but we did not go there as our purpose was only to sleep one night on our way to Phoenix. I would have rated 1 except the management was at least nice enough to check us in at 9 pm, but honestly, I wonder whether I should have just parked in a rest area on the freeway instead. - AYA
Nov 2010 - $25.00
This has got to have been the worst place I have ever stayed. The restrooms and laundry are in much need of repair and filthy. They allow their full time residents total run of the place with no regard to the peace of the short time guests. We stayed a month and left early. The fires from our neighbors were going in our windows, on a very warm day, leaving us to keep everything closed, while their dogs barked nonstop. All in all we will never stay there again. We attempted to get a refund the next day, but were refused. While there we received a notice that they are raising their nightly rates to $50.00, and monthly to $350.00 plus 17 cents per kilowatt. Very nasty place. There are much nicer RV parks a few miles away! - Laryn