The RV Guide Baja California Sur: there’s a reason the Baja Peninsula is a popular destination for travelers and campers with RVs and motorhomes. Combine warm winter weather with beautiful beaches, delicious food, diverse outdoor activities like whale or bird watching and sports fishing, and, of course, Mexican-style warmth and hospitality: it’s no surprise Baja California Sur is a perfect spot for snowbirds and adventure travelers alike. If you’re lucky enough to be planning a trip to the region, keep this advice in mind:
RV Guide Baja California Sur: The RV Parks
Beautiful scenery, gorgeous weather — Baja California Sur makes for an epic road trip. The route is well served by RV parks with superior amenities and 24/7 security — there are more than 100 RV-friendly parks throughout Baja California.
Here are just a handful worth checking out:
- Baja California Sur AquaMarina RV Park
- Beautiful, waterfront setting with lush and well-maintained grounds. An easy walk or bike ride to La Paz, and there’s security at the front gate. La Paz * Mex Tel: (612) 125-9612
- East Cape RV Resort
- Spacious, extra-large lots, some of them pull-through. Right on the Sea of Cortez and lots of palm trees for shade. Plus extras like WIFI and organized day trips for fishing or sight-seeing.Los Barriles * Mex Tel: (624) 141-0231
- Loreto Shores RV Park
- Reputation for being the safest RV park in Loreto. Good showers and extras like pool, laundry, WIFI, clubhouse with bar and kitchen.Loreto * Mex Tel: (613) 135-1523
- Mario’s RV Park
- 40 full hook up spots with tap water, electricity and sewage. Guerrero Negro * Mex Tel: (615) 110-5000
- Mountain Shadow RV Park
- A clean, safe, fun, and care-free environment for adults, no pets. El Pescadero * Mex Tel: (612) 139-2713
- Playa Norte RV Park
- Clean washrooms, private showers, and coin laundry; right on the beach. Los Barriles * Mex Tel: (425) 252-5952
- Tango Azul Resort & RV Park
- Spacious area for up to 10 RVs or trailers, and 7-10 tents. La Ventana-El Teso * Can Tel: (587) 437-1497
Tips and Tricks for RVing Baja Sur:
- Take spare parts with you. Replacement parts such as trailer tires and diesel truck parts can be tricky to acquire in Mexico.
- Make sure your cell phone works in Mexico. If you need to call roadside assistance you will need a cell phone.
- Stay in RV parks that are within walking distance of town amenities. You’ll get a bit of exercise in while picking up supplies and see a bit of the local color. Or bring your bike!
- Be prepared for rougher roads. Take extra care securing your loads and keep tires and shocks in good shape. Roads can be narrow and twisting along Mexico 1 from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. So drive slowly, especially if your rig is large, and stick to daylight hours.
- For large RVs and motorhomes (and if you are towing), the Mexicali East border crossing is an easy one to use — there’s plenty of space and this crossing avoids the congestion of town.
Whether you’re RVing in Baja California Sur for a couple of weeks or an entire season, you can’t go wrong with an RV. Take regular security precautions, plan ahead, and pack the essentials for a relaxed journey in the sun. You’ll find you’re in the best company.
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