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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.