La Paz, BCS, Mexico! What a beautiful city. That is what you will say after staying here your first night. Linda Vista is just out of La Paz in the quiet village of El Centenario. Positioned on a hill 300 feet in elevation above the Bay of La Paz and the City of La Paz across the bay. Relaxing on your lawn chair and watching the lights of La Paz come on at night and then to see her is full display after dark is a relaxing part of the day. If your timing is right, you will watch the full moon rise from behind mountains on the back side of La Paz and cast moon beams that reflect so bright on the Bay of La Paz. The RV sites are part of just under 2 acres of natural desert. On the property is a 1/3 mile nature trail winding through a vast variety of cactus and home to various wildlife. If you are a bird watcher you will be entertained with Cardinals, Cara Cara, two types of Oriels, Desert Wrens, Ground Doves and a hosts of others.
No running generators after 10pm.
Respect our property!
Use the water but remember it is the desert so please conserve as you can.
As you turn off of Hwy 1 onto Calle 19 you will drive on 1/2 mile of gravel road. The RV parking is on the left side of the street. There is plenty of room for maneuvering large RVs.
Each of the three RV sites has a 22 foot wide gate. There is parking behind the gate for the RV and the tow vehicle.
We usually spend the winters January thru April there in Centenario but go at various other times of the year. We will make the dates available when we know that we will be there.
LInda Vista is only 6 miles away from the outer Bay of La Paz with endless beaches with very few people. We have watched Whale Sharks swim by as we relaxed on the beach.
It is a 15 minute, 7 mile drive into La Paz if you need Walmart, Sam's Club, Home Depot, Liverpool Mall or large grocery stores. A few miles more and you reach the Malecón a beautiful tiled walk along the bay in the city that stretches for nearly 4 miles.
The list of places to go and things to see and experience in La Paz is too big to print!
"Fixtrauma" is by far the best stay we have had.
Him and his wife are wonderful people and happy to share their space with fellow travellers. He met us upon arrival and made sure we had everything we needed.
I really enjoyed talking with him the few chances i got, and am looking forward to future stays with them both in mexico and in oregon.
The property is everything you could hope for. Easy access from the main hwy. Secure, fenced in lot. All hookups.
Amazing views of both the city of la paz and the water. Some of the best sunsets we have seen anywhere. The property itself is gorgeous and well maintained with a walking trail and wide variery of plants and animals.
We also enjoyed going to the coffeeshop his niece runs almost daily before heading out in our adventures.