On my third trip to central Mexico, I discovered this gem of a RV park, and ended up staying 5 days. The first thing I noticed was the abundance of butterflies, which indicates a healthy property. It is now at the top of my "A" list.
They have now started a snowbird club, which, for $33,000 pesos, includes 7 months storage, and a 5 month stay. I have no financial interests, but am just passing on the information for those who might be interested.
A little off topic, but when upgrading to a Residente Permanente, does the remainder of the 10 year permit remain valid, and able to be renewed? I know foreign plated cars must be removed or nationalized. I live in Mexico full time, and nationalizing would not be practical. I have searched, but am not coming up with anything definite.
Russ nails it. For those of us who live full time in Mexico, wanting to do a cruise, and not travel to California or Florida, it’s a no brainer. I live at a beach town, but a cruise would be appealing, and give me a chance to see the Baja without driving. They were supposed to base a ship here in Mazatlan, but it didn’t happpen. Hopefully, Puerto Penasco will. Would work out great for me, as I will get a new RV permit, do some shopping NOB, catch a Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers concert, and the cruise is a bonus. May even do the Copper Canyon again, and make it a killer trip.
The original toilet in my B was a recycling one, which used the contained liquids for flushing, and the stench was oppressive. I replaced it with a cassette toilet, which I use for #2, and can be poured down any toilet. For #1, I use a portable urinal from my kayaking days, and empty it in any toilet. If none is available, I have a grey water tank, so pour it down the bathroom sink. I know that is TMI, but has served me well travelling all over Mexico for the past 7 years.