The continent’s last great road trip, navigating 1000 miles down the Baja peninsula immediately separates the adventurous from the not so much. It’s aerobic driving. No sitting back and relaxing as the driver’s foot goes from gas to brake to gas and back like dancing a jig. Caution must prevail, but the rewards are great and the experience will reinforce your decision to do it. When you finally arrive, we’ll greet you like old friends with cold cervezas and warm hugs. Quickly, the drive will dissipate after a nice evening in the hot tub, a morning stroll on the shore of the Sea of Cortez and you’ll settle into ‘Bajajome’.
At Baja’s Resort at East Cape, it’s all about friendly folks and a fun "every day is Saturday" atmosphere. We even call it 'Grown Up Camp'! The 18 RV sites are surrounded by natural, living green walls to create a sense of privacy and spaciousness. We will find the best space to accommodate your rig size. Hauling a 38-foot fifth wheel with slides on all sides and out the back? Driving a 40-foot motorhome? We can accommodate you. Traveling in a Euro-style Van or Class C? We’ve got you covered and will tuck you in.
Settle into Baja life, relax, explore, and adventure. Winter season sees more demand, and the resort is full. Kiteboarders are like butterflies on the sea, backcountry ATV trips abound, mountain bikers and hikers are discovering trails, and yoga is in full ‘om.’ Restaurants and cantinas are active, and friends are making the most of Baja time.
April and May are the best Baja months and worthy of your time. You’ll discover a quieter pace with fewer folks in the pueblo, but a time when the sea comes alive. Warm days, warming water, abundant sea life, long days for long walks in the hills, on the beach, even on a horse.
Baja leans toward the Sea of Cortez as the weather warms. It’s three of our best fishing months for dorado, tuna, marlin. Local families spend Sundays at the beach and there is a decidedly more laid-back feel. We choose our shadiest sites for visitor’s RVs to help cut down the heat and electrical demand on our planet.
We discourage traveling the Baja during this time of the year. We want to assure you are safe. Hurricanes can occur quickly and be unpredictable. Plus, it’s super hot here and RVs are even hotter.
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