5 of the Best RV Parks in North Central Mexico

Your guide to the best RV parks in North Central Mexico

North Central Mexico
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Seasoned RVers know there is more to the world of RVing than just the United States. The more adventurous RVers like to take their travels south of the border into the rich lands and sights of Mexico. RVing down to Mexico is a bit different than in the states but they both have one thing in common, you need a good place to stay. 

That’s why we’ve come up with some of the best RV parks in the north central portion of Mexico, which includes the states of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas. 

5 of the Best RV Parks in North Central Mexico

Flamingo Inn RV Parking: Queretaro, Queretaro

This is not a densely populated RV park, in fact, there are only six spaces, but those six spaces come with electric and water utilities and there is a central dump station to flush out your nasty business. You also get to utilize the attached hotels restrooms and showers, as well as their pool and restaurant. Flamingo Inn RV Parking is centrally located next to all the action of Queretaro.

Queretaro itself is a beautiful town that’s sure to capture some oohs and aahs. One of the most popular attractions is La Pena de Bernal, a small town within a town that includes a monstrous natural monolith as its background, perfect for hiking, climbing or just shopping around the town. History or architecture buffs will dig the Queretaro Aqueducts and Iglesia de Santa Rosa de Viterbo and really the entire town is littered with historical and architectural gems that can provide plenty of amazement for more than just a day trip.

Bugamville RV Park: Guanajuato, Guanajuato 

You may not have many neighbors joining you in this sparse park but you should have a good time regardless at Bugamville RV Park. The whole park is wide open with plenty of room and comes outfitted with 24 RV sites, 20 with full-service hookups. You also have restrooms, showers, laundry facilities and even a restaurant located right on the premises with bus service into town. 

Speaking of that town, Guanajuato is a traditional Mexican colonial town that’s full of character and amazing architecture. Your first stops should be some of this architecture such as the Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato and Templo La Valenciana. The heart of the city teems with life found at the gorgeous Juarez Theater, Jardin de la Union, and Monumento al Pipila. If history is your thing, try the Alhondiga de Granaditas or the Don Quixote Iconographic Museum. With a city so full of life, you’ll be hard pressed not to enjoy the sights.

Las Palmas Midway Inn: Matehuala, San Luis Potosi

Las Palmas Midway Inn is a combination hotel and RV park so they have plenty of facilities for RVers. Your site will have full-service utility hook-ups as well as a central dump station and bathroom and shower facilities. You can enjoy the array of Las Palmas facilities during your stay, such as a mini-golf course, bike path, swimming pool and terrace garden. 

Matehuala is a historic town that has lots to see and do. Your easiest bet is to take a guided tour of the city so you can see historic buildings such as the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception while observing the city’s other historic buildings and beautiful landscaping. Within 30 miles is the ghost town known as Real de Catorce as well as the highlands of San Luis Potosi. It is definitely worth it to make the drive to Huasteca Potosina, a gorgeous natural area with plenty of tropical foliage and a waterfall that descends into a deep blue lagoon.

Whether its historic buildings or lush settings, Matehuala has beauty and fun to offer.

Hacienda del Basque: Zacatecas, Zacatecas 

Hacienda del Basque is another lovely RV park that’s attached to a nice hacienda-style hotel, the best of both worlds for RVers. The RV park itself comes outfitted with 34 sites, all with full-service utilities. You get the amenities and services you need such as spotless showers and washrooms while also getting to take advantage of some of the hotel’s facilities such as a restaurant, bar, indoor pool and group use facilities. A fine place to stay for exploring Zacatecas. 

Speaking of Zacatecas, this city is the capital and largest city in the state of Zacatecas and ready for you to check it out. One of the coolest places in Zacatecas is actually a below ground with a tour of the Eden Mine. The Mine has since closed but you can take a guided tour by train and even have a drink at the underground bar, a must for geology geeks. Like many other Mexican states and cities, Zacatecas also boasts some wonderful history and architecture, some of the most prominent buildings to see include the Church of Santa Domingo, the Zacatecas Cathedral, and the Rafael Coronel Museum.

If you want to get the best views of the city you should try the Cableway for panoramic views.

Best Western Medrano Hotel RV Camping: Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 

Kind of funny to see an American hotel chain in here but this RV park is similar to many others in the region which are an RV lot attached to a hotel. There are ten total sites with electric and sewer hookups, there are no direct water hookups but there is an area available to get some fresh water. Like other hotel/RV parks in Mexico, you’ll get to enjoy the Best Western’s amenities such as their showers, laundry facilities, pool, restaurant and group facilities. If you are a little worried about Mexican camping, just stay at Best Western Medrano Hotel RV Camping!


North central Mexico tourism is all about history and architecture and that’s the majority of the sights to see in this capital city. Some of the more popular sites include the gigantic and lovely Templo de San Antonio and Jardin de San Marcos. You also have some interesting sights other than churches such as the Parque Tres Centurias, the National Museum of Death and even Valladolid Water Park if the kids are getting a little tired of ornate buildings. Aguascalientes serves up traditional tourist fare with a little flare.

North central Mexico has a lot of varying sights and landmarks for RVers of all different walks of life to enjoy. Try getting out of your comfort zone and venturing down for a once in a lifetime adventure.