5 Top RV Parks in Baja California Sur

Baja California Sur Mexico
••• Baja California Sur offers beaches, sunshine, and beauty on and off the road. Christian Heeb/AWL Images/Getty Images

When many people think of classic Mexican tourism along the coast they are picturing the cities and sights of Baja California Sur. You can find this Mexican State right under Mexico’s Baja CaliforniaRVing down to Baja California Sur will take you to a completely new area of the Americas with some great beauty and fun.

If you are venturing way down south, you will need somewhere to stay. That’s why we’ve come up with the top five best RV parks for Baja California Sur.

 

The Best RV Parks in Baja California Sur

Mario’s Restaurant and RV Park: Guerrero Negro

It’s not often you see a place advertised as both a restaurant and RV park but both do well together at Mario’s Restaurant and RV Park. The RV park hosts 40 RV sites all outfitted with electrical, water and sewer hookups. The park also comes wireless internet and hot showers and some great sunsets to boot.

Unsettled with just being a restaurant and RV park, Mario’s also offers tours of the Guerrero Negro area such as whale watching, cave paintings. Local hot spots and of course Mario’s own restaurant. The main name of the game in Guerrero Negro is whale watching so if you’re booking, make sure it’s the right time of year. 

Villa Serena RV Park: Cabo San Lucas

Villa Serena is a lovely little resort all onto itself and it has a great RV park to boot. You get 60 RV sites outfitted with full hookups so you can get your creature comforts at the end of Baja California Sur.

The RV park also includes hot showers and washrooms as well as a laundry facility. Villa Serena RV Park rounds itself out with a clubhouse and a rooftop terrace for group gatherings. 

You really could spend all your waking hours observing the natural beauty of Cabo San Lucas, but you need to get out to really do that.

You should definitely make it a point to check out El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, otherwise known as Lands End. For more outdoor beauty check out Chileno Beach or Lover’s Beach. You can use a guide to lead you through the local area attractions and you can use a guide to hunt down some sport fishing. You can be on land or water and find some good times in Cabo San Lucas

Aquamarina RV Park: La Paz

Another great RV park with a great view at Aquamarina RV Park in La Paz. The park is set in a lush landscape and all three major utility connections get your needs done at each RV site. The park itself doesn’t house any onsite laundry but there are laundromats right around the corner. You may not be able to do laundry on site but you can clean yourself up with plenty of hot showers to go around. 

You can head directly into Mogote Peninsula for some stand-up paddle boarding or kayaking to take in the mangroves jutting out of the water. Other outdoor journeys are found at Isla Espiritu Santo and Balandra Beach. If the season is right, catch a ride for some whale and dolphin watching. If you simply want to walk around La Paz has some great food and buildings to help that out as well. 

East Cape RV Resort: Los Barilles

East Cape RV Resort considers themselves the pearl of Baja’s RV parks and they certainly have the park and features to prove it. You have your choice of 30 or 50 amp electrical to go along with your other utility hookups as you stay just a few hundred yards from the sugar sands and clear waters of the Sea of Cortez. You’ll get your basic features such as showers and laundry as well as some higher end features such as adventures and activities you can sign up for right at the park. 

The Los Barilles area suits an adventure attitude well with tons of great activities like sport fishing, whale and dolphin watching, mountain biking, archaeological tours, windsurfing, kiteboarding, mountain biking, snorkeling, and diving. Just to name a few. If you are looking for plenty of adventure in a lovely setting, East Cape RV Resort in Los Barilles has you covered.

 

Loreto Shores Villas and RV Park: Loreto 

Loreto was listed in the top ten places to visit by the New York Times in 2011 and though it’s been a few years since then, we don’t doubt Loreto is still a great place to visit. You jumping off point for exploring Loreto will be found at Loreto Shores Villas and RV Park. The park is a secure gated community and comes with 24 large sites all with the big three utility hookups. You have full use of the clubhouse with a kitchen, spacious and clean laundry facilities, camp store, hot showers and even a fish cleaning station from your day’s haul. 

Loreto has plenty to offer tourists whether it be leisurely or extreme. For the leisure-minded you can try out some of Loreto’s spectacular golf courses or check out some of the historical city architecture like the Mission San Javier. For the more extreme, there’s diving, snorkeling, sea kayaking, bike tours and more. Whether you want to head out for some sport fishing or relax Loreto Bay National Marine Park, you will find something fun in Loreto. 

So, if you feel like heading to the tip of the Americas try out Baja California Sur. It’s a great way to experience a great new adventure while still being within a relatively short distance from home.