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We´re currently in San Luis R.C., south of Yuma.
We´re planning a spur of the moment trip to Ensenada. We´re thinking going through the Mexico side.
We have a 32´ Class A towing a trailer with a UTV (Polaris Ranger). We´d like any ideas on where to park near the beach. Is it possible to ride our Arizona street legal UTV around town?
How about getting to the Bufadora, would our rig be ok in this area? or should we just skip the Bufadora for when we´re in a car?

Any tips you can offer would be greatly appreciated.

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When in Ensenada we stayed at.......

Estero Beach Resort/RV Park South of Ensenada
646 -176 – 6225 or- 6230 – 6235 Fax: 646-176-6925 estero@telnor.net
estero@prodigy.net.mx

www.hotelesterobeach.com

31.77887 -116.60372

We went to Bufadora in a car but do not remember what the road was like.


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When I'm in Ensenada I usually stay at the Mona Lisa RV Park, mainly because of the bias reliefs on every available wall, and because it's quiet. There is a nice sandy public beach next door. Walk along the sea wall and you'll find a gate and steps going down to the beach

The road to Bufadora is a little twisty but very doable in a RV. The problem is there is nowhere to park it once you get there. So take a car.


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We stayed at Villarino RV Park (pg 458, Mexican Camping). Had a 37' 5W. Little store, P.O. and a few nearby restaurants. Bus to La Bufadora stopped at the gate.


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Thanks everyone for your help. Before I could read this, we ended up at the Bufadora. Good thing it's a weekday and the parking lot was empty. We had no trouble parking our motorhome and trailer.
We are currently at the Monalisa, not sure if we'll stay here the rest of our stay. Ensenada, we found, is a beautiful place.

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We did end up moving yesterday. We are in the city only a block from the beach. We like being withing walking distance to all the tourist sites.
This place is called Campo Playa. Looks like it was a great place, in it's good days. Now it's unkept, and no lighting, like Monalisa. Although Monalisa looked like it had more RV traffic, probably because it's much more quiet and next to the beach. For us without a car, this is much better.

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Where is that one at? Is it in the city or outskirts?

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