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2 RV Parks near Bahia de Kino, Sonora
Jan 2017 - $18.00
We are currently staying here for 2 months. The park has a nice beachfront location and if you are near the front, there is a nice view to Alcatraz Island. The beachfront location was very convenient for kayaking. It is just a few steps to the old town, grocery shopping and local restaurants. It is a short walk along the beach to the pier. The park appears to have a majority of long term residents. Tin roofs over old trailers give a somewhat untidy look. The water pressure is very low, so we have to periodically fill the onboard tank and use the water pump. The electric is typical Mexican, sometimes high and sometimes low. During the past 3 weeks our surge protector kicked us off once. By the way, be prepared to hook up on the wrong side. There is a French baker in a 5th wheel who bakes delicious bread and rolls once a week. Unfortunately, a word of caution: petty theft seems to be prevalent. Our neighbors "lost" a BBQ and we "lost" an outdoor rug. We reported this to the office but they did not seem to take it too seriously. We no longer feel comfortable in this park, which is a pity, as it is in a good location. - Spyder
Apr 2008 - $18.00
We stayed at this park for 10 days in early April. We had a beachfront site. Water pressure was pitiful, but not a problem. We, and others, filled our tanks and used our waterpumps. The remaining winter residents were polite, friendly and pleasant. The wifi was excellent. The staff was friendly. Old Kino was quaint. We truly enjoyed our stay. - rlhoge
Dec 2007 - $18.00
This is the only park in old Kino. It is right on the beach. Rates are $18/night, $105/wk, and $318/month. Water pressure is very low, so we all either use our tanks or put an RV water pump between the hose bib and the RV. The place fills up during the season. Next year we are going to arrive in October and stake our claim. Staff are terrific. Shrimp is available in the park and from vendors who drive through. We didn't arrive early enough to get a pull-through, and it took some juggling to get our 40' Bulgemobile into a site. Many of the sites are taken by folks who just pay for the whole year ($1,900) and come down for the season. The old town of Kino is a real Mexican fishing village. - Denali
Aug 2010 - $21.00
This park is hard to rate because you can't compare to American RV parks. For the area, this is one of the better bets as there is working water, electric, sewer and avail. showers/toilets. We only saw one other park that looked worth stopping at. The water pressure is very low and it is a good idea to close off the sewer line as you get nasty back draft. When you can locate the manager, he is very nice and helpful but definitely on Mexican time :-) We could not get a code for Wi-Fi, so don't count on it. This park is right across from the beach and Jorge's restaurant which has ice cold beer and great camarones and tacos.The area is a bit dirty and litter abounds, but maybe not so clean due to it being the off season. The park itself was clean and quiet and the owners appear to be expanding. THIS PARK IS ALL THE WAY AT THE END OF THE MAIN ST THAT RUNS ALONG THE OCEAN-BAHIA KINO NUEVO. As you pass by old town and pass by so many homes and markets, it feels like you are going too far, but be patient! - hawaiirose
Apr 2010 - $21.00
Nice desert RV park across the street from the beach. It is all gravel and dirt, wide roads, fairly easy access with truck and trailer, 53 feet long. Lots of snowbird units here that never leave, many nicely decorated. Cell phone and WiFi are good. Water pressure decent. Office staff great and bilingual. April is the beginning of the off season. After Holy week and spring break, we have the whole back of the park to ourselves. Great restaurant across the street, Jorge's. Has good seafood, friendly folks, and good margaritas. Good shopping, Mexican style, back in Viejo Kino, about 5 miles down the road. I wish we had an ATV: lots of exploring to do. We would stay here again! - Jeff J
Feb 2008 - $14.00
Very narrow pull through in old park off ocean in Nuevo Kino, Sonora, Mexico. Very windy, nothing to see or do. 70 miles from Hermosillo. Stayed 3 days and headed home. Toured all CG's in area and nothing suitable. Old Kino is very depressed with nothing to see or do. - Wandering Wishnies