Date of Stay: January, 2009
Have not figured out how other guest say there are 30 sites, unless they are including the dirt lot next door (no services there). Place is very tight, small sitesand is a poorly layed out RV park. There are much better options in the area for less money.
Date of Stay: December, 2008
I stayed at Celestino RV Resort for one month, this park is good, It is ocean front, and there rates are in pesos, there are three other park in the Celestino area there price are all in USD. This park has meters at all the sites which means no more subsidising the large power consumers in the park. the power rates are 4 peso a KWH my power bill for the month was 640 pesos .. so my monthly stay was 3140 pesos I would say that this is a good deal. as stated in the other reviews you only pay for what you use. ( They promote conservation at this park.) They also post the daily avg. per RV on there Board which is 6 kWh per day. There is another review here which states that the used 140 peso for power in 4 nights. Wow, that's 35 kWh per day. The park has some of the best showers I have seen in Mexico, unlimited hot water and great rain heads. Their WiFi was down for part of the time while I stayed there, due to a part being shipped from the states, It worked good after they repaired it, the owner built a nice new WiFi cafe also at the front of the park with plans on serving food in the future. The other plus is the loop-through driveway which make coming and going so much easier. There rates are 2500 pesos month, 900 peso week, 150 peso a day. I visited all the parks in the area, this park is priced the best, has the largest sites , with the best shade trees and a open gate policy which means all the vendors are allowed into the park.