The East Cape RV Resort, the 'pearl' of Baja's RV parks, is located in the beautiful East Cape region of the Sea of Cortez. Situated in between Cabo San Lucas and La Paz in romantic southern Baja, the East Cape RV Resort is tucked into the heart of the friendly and renowned village of Los Barriles.

"In the little village of Los Barriles, it could easily be called the prettiest RV park in Baja. Beautifully landscaped with bougainvillea, hibiscus, palms, citrus trees, and their large sites offer privacy and leisurely living. This also is a great RV Park for big rigs and those that require or want excellent connections and a full service RV park. Extremely clean, this park boasts all the amenities you'll need for long term or short stays."

"This campground has quickly become one of the most popular on the peninsula. It's the place to stay if you have a big rig since there's plenty of room and good 30-amp power. Palm trees provide shade and there are lots of shrubs and flowers. In fact there are so many different plants here that a pamphlet has been written to help you identify them. The palapa-style restroom has some of the nicest and cleanest facilities on the Baja and there are coin-operated washers and dryers. Wi-Fi is available throughout the park. A new spa and a nice swimming pool have been added, and are kept at a proper temperature. This is a well-managed park with lots of information provided about things to do in the area. From the park it's just a short walk for groceries and restaurants and to the beach. The campground owners/managers operate two popular sport-fishing boats; it's easy to make arrangements for a fishing trip."
Mike & Terry Church 'Camping Mexico's Baja'

"A trendsetter among parks in Mexico, the East Cape RV Resort designed its property with big rigs in mind, and is located a short walk from the beach. Owner Theresa Comber is the closest thing Los Barriles has to a chamber of commerce. Ask her for advice on day trips and activities in the area"..."Headquartered at the East Cape RV Resort, Awesome Sportfishing, run by Theresa Comber, operates two cruisers, a 30' Island Hopper and a 32' Blackfin. In addition to fishing, a popular day trip is to travel north by boat to Bahia de Los Muertos, fish on the way and stop for lunch at the (remotely located) Giggling Marlin Restaurant."
"Baja: Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas" Moon Handbooks, Nikki Goth Itoi & Joe Cummings