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      Cabo San Lucas is the end of the road for Baja travelers who have traveled the length of the peninsula (literally). Unlike San Jose Del Cabo just up the coast where camping facilities are somewhat scarce, Cabo San Lucas does offer a few options for setting up the tent or parking the R.V. Only a couple of these facilities are right in town, but most of them are pretty close.

      Camping on the beach is also an option, and the coast north of Cabo towards TODOS SANTOS offers dozens of miles of undeveloped beaches for those who don't mind roughing it. Most of these camping beaches are accessible by taking the dirt spur roads off of Baja Highway 19, to the west. Some of these beach access roads can be a bit sandy, so it's best to find your beach before it gets too dark.

      If you are looking for a slower-paced camping experience, you might want to consider the East Cape section of Baja, which starts just east of SAN JOSE DEL CABO. Although fewer services are available up the East Cape road, the beautiful and remote settings make it a worthly trade-off.

      For more information on this 'secret' part of Cabo drop by our EAST CAPE section.

      And for more information on camping north of Cabo check out our TODOS SANTOS section.

      If you want to rent an R.V. to explore Baja there are two R.V. rental companies that allow their coaches to be driven into the Peninsula. CRUISE AMERICA R.V. and EL MONTE R.V. each offer a good selection of vehicles for your Baja adventure!

      If you are taking an R.V. to Cabo you are assured of an amazing adventure! As of 2010 the road down the Baja Peninsula is in excellent condition, and the raw beauty of nature will await you at almost every turn. However, be advised that unlike most highways in the United States, Baja Highway One has narrow or nonexistant shoulders leaving a small margin for driver error. Add to that a population of cows that like to hang out on the asphalt (especially at night!) and you have a driving situation that requires complete attention. Safety is no accident!


        Telephone 011-52 (114) 3-0290.
        (800) 474-2252.
        Post Office Box 197, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico, 23410.
        Located just outside of Cabo San Lucas, on the south side of Baja Highway One.
        81 spaces / hook-ups / rest rooms / hot showers / pool / restaurant / palapa bar.
        A first class operation, well kept, and convenient to all Cabo activities. Best in Cabo!



        Telephone 011-52 (114) 3-3348.
        Located on dirt road that runs parallel between highway and beach, east of town.
        18 spaces / 10 with hook-ups / pool / spa / bathrooms.
        A small quiet resort set up nicely for tents and small campers, but not for big R.V.'s.
        Carlos Fiesta call this Cabo's best kept camping secret!


      • EL ARCO R.V. PARK

        Telephone 011-52 (114) 3-1686.
        Located 3.3 miles east of town, on the north side of Baja Highway One.
        40 spaces / pull throughs / 24 campsites / some concrete pads / flush toilets / laundry / hot showers / pool / restaurant / bar.
        A big site with many permanents, featuring a nice view of the arch at Land's End.



        Telephone 011-52 (114) 3-4211.
        Located a dozen blocks north of town, on a dirt road 2 blocks west of the blacktop.
        28 big spaces / hook-ups / bathrooms / restaurant / bar / gift shop.
        Made famous by it's fabulous restaurant, it's also a great place to set up the camper.



        Located 16 miles north of Cabo San Lucas off of Highway 19, near Km. 97.
        No facilities, very remote.
        No R.V. access. A good place to set up a tent, watch the stars & listen to the waves.



        Telephone 011-52 (114) 3-0509.
        (408) 778-1513.
        Located 5 miles east of Cabo San Lucas, on ridge overlooking the ocean.
        54 spaces / full hook-ups / rest rooms / hot showers / laundry / pool / restaurant / bar / gym / handball court / steam room.
        A bit outside town, but not far from the beach. Views of Land's End.




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