They promised a lot: more than they delivered. For example, when we checked in, the owners made a big show of giving you menus for breakfast and dinner, but they weren’t really open for either. The Wi-Fi didn’t work. This is a very large park, and parts of it were derelict. It reminded me of some KOA campgrounds in the states: lots of mature trees around broken pavement. All our utilities seemed to work fine with power, water, and sewer. The park also had lots of cats (some feral), dogs, and animal waste. Many of the sites close to the ocean had nice little pools that the owners keep filled with fresh water. We chose a site with shade, and the shade was lovely. Our price: $250 pesos/night + $50 pesos each for two older children. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.