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Sun, sand, and clear blue water are just three of the many reasons more
and more RVers are choosing Mexico's Baja as a winter destination. The Baja Peninsula is
fun, easy, and the perfect RVing get-away.
With the right information crossing the border onto the Baja is a snap.
Only a few miles south you'll find many camping opportunities - some on beaches where
you'll park your camping vehicle just feet from the water.
The Transpeninsular Highway 1 extends south for 1,061 miles, all the way
to the tip of the peninsula in Cabo San Lucas. This two-lane paved highway gives access to
some of the most remote and interesting country in the world, including lots of desert and
miles and miles of deserted beaches. RVers love this country for boating, fishing,
beachcombing, and just plain enjoying the sunshine.
Traveler's Guide to Camping Mexico's Baja starts by
giving you the Baja-related information from our popular book Traveler's Guide to
Mexican Camping. It also covers nearby Puerto Peñasco. We've added more campgrounds,
updated the border crossing section, and given even more information about towns, roads,
and recreational opportunities. Like all our books, this one features easy-to-follow maps
showing exactly how to find every campground listed. If you are planning only to visit the
Baja or Puerto Peñasco, this book is a great economical alternative to our
Mexican camping guide which covers Mexico's mainland as well as the Baja.
Discover Baja Newsletter, Spring 2002, p.2 -
"this book is a great tool for your next RV trip down
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Why Camp the Baja Peninsula
Chapter 2 - Details, Details, Details
Chapter 3 - How To Use The Destination
Chapter 4 - South To Ensenada
Chapter 5 - Southern Northwest Coast
Chapter 6 - Central Baja
Chapter 7 - Central Gulf Of California Coast
Chapter 8 - South To La Paz
Chapter 9 - Southern Loop
Chapter 10 - Los Cabos
Chapter 11 - San Felipe
Chapter 12 - Puerto Peñasco
(Rocky Point), Golfo de Santa Clara, and Algodones