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Coconutz RV Park Booking Page

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       Scroll  down the page for individual site booking calendars.

 

       Phone number in Mexico  31-3137-5717

       From the United States the number would be:  011-52-1-31-3137-5717

 

 

 

We have been disappointed in the lack of RV parks anywhere south of Melaque, and Barra de Navidad along the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Those cities are, at the least, a 5 hour drive in the motorhome from Ajijic, where we live. At somewhere around three hours, and almost totally four lane highway, is the quaint and cute little beach village of Cuyutlán. In the 1940’s it was a major beach destination for Guadalajara, as the train ran here daily.

We have found a location for a RV Park, right on the beach, and right in town. Two blocks from restaurants, hotels, and lots of cute little beach front restaurants. They call them “puestos”.

There is no “fine dining” here. This is just a sleepy little beach front village. Very laid back. If you want a tourist destination, then head towards Puerto Vallarta. If you want to chill out on the beach, enjoy the sound of the surf, and a cold beverage, in a village of very friendly and welcoming people, with no high pressure time share salesmen, and no “barkers” on every corner trying to sell you a fishing trip, boat ride, parasail, etc. then come on down.

The beach here is “black sand” from volcanic rock. The Colima volcano is just a few miles from here.

Cuyutlán is also a major sea salt production area. (From Wikipedia: Flor de sal  is a hand-harvested sea salt collected by workers who scrape only the top layer of salt before it sinks to the bottom of large salt pans.  A major source of “Flor de sal” since Aztec times, is on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, where it is harvested by hand in the Lagoon of Cuyutlán, then processed and shipped from the village of Cuyutlán throughout the world. There is a museum here also, dedicated to the history and technique of “Flor de sal” production. /ref Museo de Sal, Cuyutlán, Armeria, Colima, Mexico.)  Originally salt was used by the Spanish in the silver mines to refine the silver. Today the sea salt is available for a very low price, and is chock full of natural minerals from the sea, and we think that it is very healthy for you. Be sure to pick up at least one bag while you are here, and I bet you will want to stock up before you leave.

We opened in December 2014.  We will only have four sites this year, all four right on the beach.  Each site will have full hook ups with 50, 30, and 15 amp service, water and sewer.  Level concrete parking pad 3 meters by 12 meters  (approx 10 by 40 feet)  There will be two bathrooms with showers.  City and well water.  On the top of the bathrooms is a second floor, open viewing area of the beach and the sunsets.  Soon this space will be covered with a Palapa roof, but not for this season.  It will still be a nice place to sit and visit and enjoy the panoramic views, the sea breezes, and the sunset.

The Beach Front sites open this year are designed for motorhomes, and pulling in forward facing the beach. There is one other site which could be used by a trailer or a motorhome, backed into, with water and sewer hookups, and 30 and  15 amp electric connections.  That is the space where you see our Dodge Travco parked in many of the early construction phase pictures.  It does have a concrete pad, not exactly level.  When  backed into the passenger side of the RV would be facing the beach,, but not beach front.  It would be the most logical spot for a Trailer RV, because of the location of the hook-ups.

GPS Coordinates: N 18 55 8.64  W104 4 20.98       or     18.9190667  -104.0724944

Directions:  From Manzanillo on Hwy 200 toll road, keep to the right directly after the toll booths.  From Tecoman exit right at the marked exit for Cuyutlán, just past an overpass.  Very narrow exit which turns to the right to cross back over the four lane toll road.   MAP Here

Phone Number in Mexico:  31-3137-5717

Rates:

New Lower Price: $300 MXN Pesos per night for the four beach front campsites.

New Lower Price: $250 MXN Pesos per night for the back in trailer/RV site.

To accommodate  tent campers, we will allow tent camping on a space available basis on any of the grassy areas along Calle Veracruz, within the borders of the campground.   A place to pitch a tent and access to the bathrooms, and public water faucets for the price of: $150 MXN Pesos per night.

This rate does NOT apply to tent camping on any other site in the park.  Although designed for RV’s if you wish to tent camp there, which is not encouraged because of possible damage to the landscaping, then you will need to pay the full price for the site. 

It is advised that you verify that space is available before you attempt to book any of the tent spaces. 

5% discount for one week stay.
10% discount for one month stay.

All rates are based on a maximum of four persons per site.  An additional charge of 50 pesos per night for extra guests. 

 

DSC05145From the left to right, Beach Front Sites 1 – 4.  Each little tower contains the hook-ups for that site.  Designed for the left rear of the RV, when pulled forward into the site, facing the beach.

 

Terms & Conditions:

PROHIBITED ON SITE • No unoccupied RVs (no storage). Vehicle/RV Repairs (without prior permission), Dumping sewage/gray water/oil etc. anywhere but designated areas on the grounds. Loud or disruptive vehicles. Discharging of fire arms or fireworks. Exotic pets. Bad attitudes.

QUIET HOURS • 10PM – 8AM Daily. Generators must be turned off during quiet hours.

TRASH • You are responsible for keeping your site clean. Please bag and place in trash containers found on the corner.  Please do not leave trash outside your RV overnight.

PETS • Well behaved pets are most welcome! They must not disturb other guests and must not be left unattended. Pets must be kept inside at night. Dogs must be leashed and please pick up after your pet immediately, and dispose of properly.  There are many street dogs in Mexico, and most are very well behaved.  The problems usually originate with the behavior of the guest’s dogs.

VISITORS • Visitors are welcome from 8AM – 10PM daily. Visitors are not “entitled” to use of park facilities.

BEHAVIOR • Guests are responsible for conducting themselves, their pets, their children and their guests in such a manner so as not to disturb, annoy, endanger or otherwise interfere with the enjoyment of others in this park. Please be courteous at all times and do not trespass on occupied sites.  Please conserve electricity and hot water.

CHECK-OUT TIME • 12 Noon of the day of scheduled departure. If you’d like to extend your stay and space is available, please make management aware no later than 10AM of the day of departure.  Without prior permission, please limit your stay to one month.  Due to our small size, and remote location, it is our desire to cater to the traveling RV folks more than the seasonal residential RV crowd.

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT to deny service to anyone! To evict (without refund of paid rent) anyone who commits acts of vandalism or who fails to comply with the rules of the park. The owners and management are not responsible for accidents, injuries or loss of property due to fire, theft, acts of God, falling coconuts, utility failure or improper connections.

We’d like to thank everyone in advance for obeying the rules and making this a nice place to spend some quality time.

 

Beach Front Site Number 1 is the site closest to the Malecon.  Its view includes a vista of a little beach restaurant with lots of colorful umbrellas and lounge chairs on the beach.  It is great if you also enjoy a little people watching along with the sea breezes and the sound of the surf.

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Beach Front Site Number 2 is located just beside the beach access gate.  So it will only be a few steps from your front door to the beach.  Its view is a combo view of  the restaurant and the open beach.  This site probably is the easiest to get into and out of.  All of the sites have a great view of the sunset.  

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Beach Front Site Number 3 is just on the other side of the beach access gate.  It has a direct view of the ocean, and the surf.  It is  probably the second easiest to get into and out of.  It is the second closest to the bathrooms.

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Beach Front Site Number 4 is closest to the bathrooms, with a full view of the beach, ocean and surf.  It is next to a green space.  It might be a little more difficult to get into and out of because of the proximity of the bathrooms and mirador.

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Trailer/RV Back in Site   This is a back in site.  We used it as a temporary place to park during the construction phase.  It is a plenty nice enough place to spend some time at the beach.  Water and Sewer and 15 amp electric connections are at the left rear of the site.   We did use our roof A/C and had no problems, as long as the national electricity supplier was working.  During a “brown-out” it would shut down.  Run A/C at your own risk. We had no problems. 

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3 Responses to Coconutz RV Park Booking Page

  1. George

    We received a very nice review from Bev, who stayed at Coconutz RV Park this week.

    Bev Rinehart
    Yesterday at 9:41pm
    Just spent three nights at Cocunutz RV park in Cuyatulan – really worth the trip! Best showers in Mexico, excellent services, good sights, quiet, lovely little town, very nice caretaker, Marco . . . Cuyatlan beach is quiet, nice soft black sand, grande waves for the adventuresome! Great choice for day trips to Manzanillo, Colima, Comala . . . the choices are endless! Good for small/medium rigs. We will be back in the future!

  2. robert saffell

    im interested in seasonal camping fees ?

    • George

      For multiple months we are charging $450 USD per month this year. Includes water, electric (15/30/50 amp) and sewer connections. Two Bathrooms with showers and hot water are also available. Right on the beach. About a three block walk to the center of town, with restaurants, beach restaurants, shopping, malecón, etc. We have four beachfront spaces, one is already spoken for. The beachfront sites are designed for motorhomes, pulled in to the site facing the beach. We have one, non-beachfront site which could be backed into with a trailer.

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