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Long, wide sites. Lots of room. Restrooms were ancient, but appeared pretty clean. Neat restaurant. Very convenient highway location. Would definitely stay there again.

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Very small rv park. Pretty deep sand in some areas. 4x4 came in handy. Small but clean restroom/shower area. The American manager was great, friendly and very helpful. The park is on a bluff overlooking the beach that is about 20 miles long...great location. Would stay there again.

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This beach is kind of hard to find, but really pretty. Wouldn't take a big rig in, but saw some 5th wheels there. No charge when we were there, but evidently they sometimes come around to collect for keeping it clean. Would definitely stay there again.

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Our favorite park on the entire Baja. Extremely well landscaped and immaculate park. The owners are American and extremely friendly and helpful. Located in town, but quiet. Convenient to walk to the store, restaurants, etc. The park is the most popular in Los Barriles, so you must make reservations if you are visiting between October and April.

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Most of the park has been sold off and the balance is on the market. Most sites are semi-permanent for "snow birds"..strongly recommend calling for reservations. Great restaurant! Friendly English speaking management. Very well maintained and landscaped.

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Very nice small park. Very popular with caravans, so call for reservations. Sites are narrow and not very long, so the park is best for smaller rigs. Our 30" trailer just fit. Very convenient to walk to the beach, city center, grocery store, etc. The owner's daughter speaks English and is very helpful. Definitely would recommend this park.

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Very small park and somewhat difficult to negotiate with a 30' travel trailer once inside. But, once inside and in the site, it was fine. The manager is American. Nice clean park, but several older permanent RVs use up several of the sites. Recommend calling for reservations, and walking in from the street to see if you can get your rig in OK.

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Very nice park..owner is American. Very convenient just off the highway a block behind to their restaurant/coffee shop on the highway. As with the other parks we liked, we stayed both going down and coming out of Baja.

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A large dirt park. Very clean, no trash in sight. Manager doesn't speak English and prefers Pesos (190 a night). Wi-fi worked well over by the office in a little covered patio area, but not at the rv sites. Very convenient place to stop for the night..we stayed there both going into and out of Baja.

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Kinda hard to rate..we got into town late and the park was full, so we ended up in the driveway. The rate was cheaper since we didn't really have a space. Very good restaurant. In looking at the park the next AM, it looked very nice, though the sites looked fairly small. Definitely recommend calling for reservations as this is the most popular park in town.

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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.

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Very nice RV park/hotel. Hotel has an excellent restaurant and bar, the bartender is great. Very clean and well landscaped. If you need it, they offer a very well done RV wash (by hand) and or truck wash...our truck and trailer was $350 pesos and well worth it. We stayed here twice, going into Baja and coming out. Would definitely stay again.

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Camping fees are a donation to support the deaf school. Very pretty with both palm trees and Olive trees. Sites are pretty level, and both pull thru and back in. Very convenient to check out the local wineries. The restrooms did not appear to be in working condition, and hadn't been cleaned in a long time, but for self-contained rigs it is a very nice place to stay. Dump station is a little south of the RV sites.

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Small RV park about 45 miles south of Tecate on Hwy 3 going to Ensenada. Great for touring the wine country. The park is owned by a school for the deaf with the park fee (contribution) going to the school. They asked for 100 pesos, but $10 seemed better (130 pesos +/-). Plan on staying there again on the way home.

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Beautiful park...huge oak trees all around. Very well maintained..nice large level sites.