Baja Mexico has so much accessible free beach camping that staying at one of Baja RV Parks might not even cross your mind. But if you are planning your adventure south of the border and looking to find hookups for electric, water and sewer, then a stop at these fantastic Baja RV Parks is what you’ll need.
If you’re planning to RV Mexico exploring the Baja California Peninsula. Here are 6 of the best RV parks for RV camping in Baja Mexico.
1. El Valle RV Park: Valle de Guadalupe, BC
The best way to start or end your Baja RV camping journey is at El Valle de Guadalupe. Mexico’s most well known wine region, El Valle de Guadalupe (VDG) is just a few hours drive south of the California border. And when it comes to RV camping in VDG, there’s not better spot than El Valle RV Park.
The park features full hookups with beautiful views of the surrounding wine valley. They even have cute wine barrel pods for rent for non-motorhome guests as well as a giant wine bottle. The owners lived in San Diego before they sold everything and went on their own RV adventure. Eventually, they decided to open up their own Baja RV Park.
They are the sweetest people you will meet. And they have the best recommendations for where to book a wine tasting in the area.
2. Huerte Don Chano RV Park: Mulege, BCS
If camping in a lush oasis in the desert sounds appealing to you, then look no further than Huerte Don Chano RV Park in Mulege. Green grassy sites surrounded by palms and tropical plants makes it the perfect reprieve from the surrounding desert.
The lush plant life gives Baja RV Parks amazing privacy. Many of the sites also containing a palapa and hammock. Don Chano is located just on the outskirts of town, close enough to walk and explore the city of Mulege. There is also a restaurant on site serving breakfast and lunch.
But the BEST fish tacos are served at a stand just across the street called “Birrotes Everybody”. Ask chef Luis what the daily special is. His seafood is always fresh because it is caught from the bay each morning.
The best part about this Baja RV Park is that it makes a perfect launching point for exploring the beaches of Bahia Concepcion. Head out to the beaches for the ultimate Baja boondocking experience then drive back to Don Chano’s when your tanks need the full hookup treatment.
3. Romanita RV Park: Loreto, BCS
Loreto is one of Baja California’s Pueblo Magicos and it is definitely worth the stop to explore. Romanita RV Park is perfectly situated in the middle of town. It’s location near many fabulous restaurants, shops and two blocks from the boardwalk also known as the malecon, is hard to beat. Full hookups (15-amp electricity) and shady palms will keep you cool from the harsh sun.
This Baja RV park features bathrooms and showers (rustic but hot) if your RV or van isn’t fully self contained. The owner also operates as a guide. He will take you on a boat tour of the Bahia de Loreto National Park Islands.
We highly recommend staying here and planning a full day excursion to experience the most beautiful beaches of Loreto.
4. Baja Sunrise RV Park: Los Barriles, BCS
If your idea of RVing Baja means enjoying a relaxing beach, watching the waves and enjoying some epic sunsets then Baja Sunrise RV Park is your destination. Baja Sunrise is popular with North American snowbirds located along the eastern cape of Baja Sur in the bustling pueblo of Los Barriles.
Like many other Baja RV Parks, Baja Sunrise RV Park features sites that back right up to the most pristine beach with crystal clear water. With privacy fencing between sites there is plenty of room to spread out. Baja Sunrise offers full hookups with great electrical current. It’s even enough to run the A/C unit all day long.
5. Casa Caravan RV Hotel: El Pescadero, BCS
Casa Caravan RV Hotel was built by travelers for travelers. Perched on top of a hill, it is a mile walk down to the popular surfing beach of Los Cerritos. The RV Park is intimate, hosting only 12 sites with many large enough to fit a big rig.
Casa Caravan also features a small soaking pool, a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, rooftop deck and the nicest restrooms and showers we’ve seen Walk down the hill to Shaka’s for great food, drinks, and near nightly entertainment.
If you are tempted to venture out further and looking to enjoy vibrant Mexican food and culture. Drive 15 minutes to Todos Santos, one of Baja’s best Pueblo Magicos.
6. Maranatha: La Paz, BCS
Maranatha RV Park in La Paz was by far the nicest RV park we stayed at during our trip. It has amenities on par (if not better) than most RV parks in the United States or Canada. Including laundry facilities (extra cost), 30-amp and 50-amp grounded electricity, water, dump, a pool, pickleball court, vollyball court, kitchen, outdoor lounge areas, and shuffleboard court.
It’s located on the outskirts of town making it a slightly inconvenient spot to stay if you want to explore the city of La Paz and don’t have your own transportation. However, there are great restaurants within walking distance. And it’s easy to catch a collectivo into town from the main highway.
Each of these Baja RV parks offers something more than just a place to park with full hookups. These parks offer a great location to experience some of the cultural or natural highlights of the peninsula. Whether you decide to visit Baja California Mexico during the popular winter months or the heat of the summer. These Baja RV parks will be ready to host you.