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Reviewed June 15, 2016

The park staff were very helpful and friendly. Views were great, however it would have been nice to enjoy a pool (hotel pool not available for trailer tsrah). The spa was also down and not available. Road to entrance could use some repair, it definitely slows down the traffic. During peak times the park has some power issues.

  • Stayed: May 2016, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 3, 2016

Long time visitor - it's decent and we've made good friend there over the years. It's secure and I like that it's not right next to any bars and has a nice large beach. Nice social club. Internet weak

Room Tip: No rooms - spaces closer to office if you want to use their bathrooms and shower
  • Stayed: March 2016, traveled with family
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3  Thank Websissy
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Reviewed March 16, 2016

This is a small but adequate RV park on the beach, however the Internet Access is terrible, and there are very few amenities. Hot tub (dirty) ONLY, no pool. TIGHT spaces, not fit for more than 35' units. BAD restrooms/ showers.

Room Tip: RV spaces, not rooms
  • Stayed: March 2016, traveled with friends
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3  Thank GARY P
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Reviewed February 26, 2016

We ventured down to Puerto Penasco via Tucson, Arizona. The trip took us about 5 hours total, and the border crossing was uneventful. The roads are fine in Mexico, and the new highway into Puerto Penasco makes getting around easy.
Upon arrival at the Playa Bonita RV Park, we were welcomed by a a front desk agent who spoke excellent English. We had requested a beach front lot, but were told when reserving that there were none available. However, we made the request anyway when we sent in our deposit. It turns out many of the beach front lots are taken by regulars who rent the lots on a yearly basis (cost is about $9000 US). Don't let this discourage you, as we were put in the next best space at the end of a row closest to the beach. If you park your RV right, you will have a nice sunny lot with partial ocean view. No complaints here, other than the fact that the RV spaces are rather slim, and you will be pretty close to your neighbors. We had a bit of difficulty fitting our dingy into our lot, and it ended up getting dented by a neighbor trying to level his trailer in the lot next to us.
The RV park is a bit crowded, but located in the best place on the beach when compared to the other RV parks around Rocky Point. The vendors are the best--you can buy shrimp and home made rellenos, burritos, tortillas, and tamales daily. The body work vendors also do good work at very reasonable prices. We are considering a trip back down for this purpose specifically, as we have a few dents we would like fixed. Also, you can have your laundry done for about $18 US, and pedicures/manicures cost about $25 US. Look for Armando for shrimp, Rosa for rellenos, burritos, tortillas, and tamales, and Gabby for Pedi/Mani's.
Warning: the wifi may be free, but won't likely work in your RV site. You can take your device to the "library," which is located adjacent to the office where wifi is available and works most of the time. We chose to use our hotspots since there is no extra fees for travel in Mexico on our ATT plan.
If you have a car, you will find the best grocery store nearby--the Super Ley. It is jam packed with great produce, meats, and all kinds of Mexican cooking supplies. It also has a great selection of beer, wines, and liquors. Down on the port you can buy fresh fish, shrimp, and shellfish, and have fresh ceviche made to order.
Daily sunset "shows" are to die for on the beach. Take your beach chair and glass of wine to the beach just as the sun is setting, and sit back and enjoy the show. We made a nightly event of it, as did many others in the park.
Other excursions of note: Golf at Las Palmas Links, lunch at the Wrecked at the Reef, and a beer in JJ's Cantina in Cholla Bay (super dive bar!).
Overall a great place to plant yourself for a while to enjoy Mexican culture and spectacular beach walks.

Room Tip: If you can't get a beach front, as for an end lot nearest to the beachfront.
  • Stayed: January 2016, traveled as a couple
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18  Thank Cindi K
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Reviewed February 20, 2016

Stayed Dec 14 thru Jan 15 - excellent vendor services - food, body work, gifts, etc. But waterfront sites are virtually impossible, and the view is the same when I am not on the water front. Nice restaurant in walking distance, and several nice ones in bicycling distance. Next to high-rise condo, which will be a problem when it is fully occupied. Park was virtually full when we left.

Room Tip: remember this is Mexico
  • Stayed: December 2015, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Bob R
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