Date of Stay: September, 2010
I thoroughly enjoyed staying at this park after trying two others. The hookups were close, Wi-Fi worked and ice, candies and ice cream was on sale. The rest rooms were clean. I broke a shower control and they had it fixed the same day. Yes, at times there was the smell of farms, but that added to the charm. Traffic did not wake me at all and I was glad of the tree shade. It was also very close to town. The owner I found pleasant and helpful, in fact I stayed longer than intended. Cannot remember exact price.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
I feel some reviews of this site are not quite fair. I have stayed here for 4 nights. All services work fine except my cable connection (not unusual for many sites). Most guests use their own toilet facilities, I used the camps. Yes it was old, but it was clean and had hot water. The washing machines and dryers worked. The lady who runs it is very helpful and friendly. Many camps I visit could do with updating, but visitors are few and far between in these times, so I am satisfied I got good value.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
A wonderful park. I stayed here 4 months I liked it so much. The owners were friendly and helpful, did everything they could to help me. Like all Mexico sites 15 amp is the largest connection and water is clean but not drinkable (from a well) though I filtered it, boiled it and drank it with no problems. The beach is free, the Gulf water always warm. The camp dog "Pirata" looks after your security and will help with left-overs. Clean hot and cold showers. Paddling pool. Excellent views. Peace and quiet. The nearby village of Anton Lizardo supplied everything I ever needed, and cheaply. The city is only a bus ride away. Pemex nearby. Many restaurants within half an hour. You have full use of the sister Co-co adventure park and pool.