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Reviewed 4 January 2016 via mobile

Me recomendaron este lugar diciendo que era el mejor camping del parque los Alerces. Cosas buenas: la ubicación es increíble ya que queda a la orilla del río arrayanes que es el calmo y bueno para pescar. Hay la opción de hacer kayak. También hay senderos cerca. Ofrece comidas muy buenas, desayuno, postres que esta bueno pero obviamente carisimo. Hay una simple proveeduría. Cosas malas: es muy caro, me atrevo a decir que el más caro del parque pero puedo estar errada y los servicios no son acorde, es agreste osea no hay luz, y sin embargo es más caro que los organizados. Después uno no puede llevar el auto a la zona cerca del río y deja el auto al sol, en verano se calienta todo en el auto y hay que hacer miles de viajes a la carpa porque siempre te olvidas algo ya que no vas a dejar cosas de valor en la carpa. En los baños hay mucho olor a pis, las puertas no cierran bien y faltó papel higiénico un par de veces en dos días. Por último, el staff de entrada no es organizado y no marca bien que carpas están tomadas/ocupadas por el dia. Nosotros elegimos una parcela que estaba tomada por el día y íbamos a pasar el día en otra pero a la media hora la que íbamos a usar para pasar el día ya tenía una carpa y gente cocinando entonces nos tuvimos que ir a otra, y a las 8 de la noche apareció una carpa en la parcela donde íbamos a dormir y tuve que ir a recordarle al staff que era nuestra parcela que estábamos ahí desde la mañana y que no la habian marcado. Lo solucionaron rápido por suerte pero fue medio fiaca la situacion y tener que cruzarse a la gente que "echamos" que nos miró de mala gana. Mi recomendación es quedarse en este camping sólo un día o mejor pasar el día e irse al camping Playa el Francés que es libre (gratis) y muy lindo también. /

I was recommended this place saying it was the best camping in the national park. Good things: the location is amazing as it is on the bank of river arrayanes which is calm and good for fishing. There is the option of kayaking as well. There are also a couple of trails nearby. It offers very good meals, breakfast, dessert all of them tasty and good quality but obviously very expensive. There is a simple convenience store. Bad things: very expensive, I dare say that it's the most expensive of the park but I may be wrong. The services offered are not good with relation to the price are not consistent, there is no light/electricity, and yet it is more expensive than other campings in the park that do. One cannot take the car to the area near the river and instead you have to leave the car in the sun which in summer warms everything in the car and you have to make thousands of trips to the tent because you always forget something (and you cant leave valuable things in the tent as the camping won't be held responsible if they get robbed). The bathrooms smell like pee, the doors do not close properly and lacked toilet paper a couple of times in two days. Finally, the staff is not well organized and does not register which tents are taken / occupied properly. We chose a space which was being used during the day not overnight and so we would have to spend the day in another space but after half hour the space we were going to use for the day had a tent and people cooking then we had to go to another space, and what is more at 8pm a tent suddenly appeared in the land where we were to sleep on and i had to go to remind the staff that that was our space which we had paid for in the morning and which had not been registered by them in the board. They sorted it out quickly luckily but the situation was stressful and the guys who had pitched the tent glared at us despite not being our fault. My recommendation is to stay at this campground just a day or better only through the day and go to camping Playa del Francés which is free (wild camping) and very cute too.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Paula D
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Reviewed 30 December 2015 via mobile

we spent two nights in this heavenly place by the green river arrayanes.
we put a tent by the river, walked through the park paths, collected firewood and spent the night by the fireplace we did, it was just perfect.
the camping has bathrooms and hot showers, and a small shop/restaurant where you can eat.
we had one dinner there and really loved the argentinian food they cooked, we took an organic red wine that was super.
we strongly recommed this magic place!

Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank ___migu3lita__
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Reviewed 15 December 2015 via mobile

One of the best camping sites we have been to. It's situated right next to the river arrayanes and every parcel has its own picnic bench and fire place. The place is equipped with a restaurant/café and bathroom facilities with hot water.

It is possible to go hiking on marked trails in the national park or go on a kayak tour offered by the camping site. Since we didn't have a tent the helpful and friendly host borrowed us one.

We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely come back!

Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank lennon1111
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Reviewed 18 January 2014 via mobile

Pros: stunning surrounding, excellent resto and chef, nice campground

Contras: reception girls which are annoyed by everything and anyone, don't dare to speak beginner spanish - they'll punish you / endless, extremely loud parties at night, no one would stop those idiots / baños are a bit too small for that amount of people

Our recommendation: stay there for a day, do a kayak tour with the local service, eat a pizza (the best you ever had) and buy the delicious pan! Be nice to the wicked chicks - maybe they learn their lesson. :p
A really nice and quiet campsite is at lago Rivadavia run by Christian and his family. Great!

Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Chris I
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Reviewed 6 January 2013 via mobile

We stayed for 2 nights and had a lovely visit. The campground is located within walking distance to a beautiful trail through the national park, Los Alerces and has all the amenities you could need. Warm showers with amazing showerheads, homemade bread and a fire to dry our shoes.
A haven in a rainstorm, warm and welcoming, we felt at home.

  • Stayed: December 2012
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1  Thank taperedwings
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