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We had a beachfront campsite that was large enough for our RV and a tent for the teens with room for a table and chairs. We parked the truck behind the camper, it was all good with extra room and FULL HOOK-UPS. Much larger spots...More
We love being right on the beachfront. Getting up in the morning and having the Sea of Cortez as your view out the window is wonderful. We were there a month, so we had to do laundry a few times. The laundry facilities are less...More
The Reef is rather large with over 200 sites, 70 facing the ocean. Sites are well laid out and large; the roads too are ample. Basically it is a huge parking lot with utilities, which are all at the back of the back-in sites and...More
This is our second stay. Our first time here was in 2016 with the Escapees Mexican Connection chapter. This time we came on our own.
This park is less congested and has wider spaces than other parks in the area.
Besides the beach the park...More
This was our first time bringing our RV into Mexico. The Reef RV park has wide spots with beachfront spaces. This is a 24 hour secured park. Talking with other RVers, they have never had anything stolen. You can sit and relax all day long....More
Presuming you mean a tow vehicle, yes. We had a 40' motorhome & a Jeep on site. Frankly, I doubt they'd object if you had a second car. If it doesn't fit on the site, they have parking elsewhere I'm sure they'd let you... More
Presuming you mean a tow vehicle, yes. We had a 40' motorhome & a Jeep on site. Frankly, I doubt they'd object if you had a second car. If it doesn't fit on the site, they have parking elsewhere I'm sure they'd let you use. I did see at least one site with 2 cars and a very small trailer.
If you are wanting 2 RVs there, request side-by-side sites. Two won't fit on one site.
My immediate thought is to say yes, and then I remember that others may not see things as I do. My children were adventurous and encouraged to things other parents considered risky. They would have loved it at all ages... More
My immediate thought is to say yes, and then I remember that others may not see things as I do. My children were adventurous and encouraged to things other parents considered risky. They would have loved it at all ages (teens would probably get bored unless others are areound).
There is 40-50 feet of sand, right to the water's edge when the tide is in. When the tide is out a rock area is exposed, another 50-60 feet--not loose stones but a rock surface. It's a bit rough, but not really craggy, with little tide pools and some shells--great to explore for kids. I don't feel it is at all dangerous, but I imagine some parents would be hyper because it's not all smooth and sandy. Wish I could post a picture here--I'll see if I can go back to add one in the review.
Swimming is certainly possible. We don't, but I've seen a few adults in the water. There are no kids here at this time of year, but I'm sure they would. The waves, such as they are, are gentle and have not exceeded 12" I'm sure, so perfect for small kids.
Definitely bring blankets or better, a large beach rug. Also a beach umbrella or better, a canopy tent. Best of all, you are among RVers, the best group of people out there!
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"If you want to swim in front of your site, then book closer to the restaurant in Section A."