Santiago is a pueblo magico 45 minutes from the city of Monterrey. In Monterrey plenty of sights to see, museums, riverwalk, parks, public transportation should you not want to drive into the city to tour. In Santiago, a colonial town, with local cuisine, lake, waterfalls, and mountain drives. A 45-minute drive will take you up to 6000 ft. We are good hosts and like to show people around.
From the border (Nuevo Laredo or Reynosa) is approx 3 hours. We will offer maps with pictures and if need be, meet you somewhere and guide you in. No need for a generator as we have a 30 amp hookup. Swimming pool and palapa, you can use your grill or eat with us. No need to be in a hurry. It's the first day of travel into Mexico and a well-deserved rest will be needed after doing paperwork at the border, etc.
No loud music, respect your host and we will respect our guests. We're a fun bunch and we like to have a happy hour.
Undeveloped road, approx 600 meters long from the highway to gate. We can accommodate a Class B, 25ft or less travel trailer or truck camper. Our rig is an SUV and a 24ft travel trailer and I fit in and out beautifully.
Gate and road allow access for a tow vehicle such as an SUV or pickup plus a TT up to 25ft. You can disconnect and park you TT and tow vehicle inside the gates.
In Santiago, Cola de Caballo (Horsetail Falls), Los Cavazos for souvenirs, local food specialties, ecotourism with day trips through the rivers and caverns in the mountains. In Monterrey, Marco Museum, Fundidora Park with bike rentals, Santa Lucia Riverwalk, history and art museums and the Macroplaza (city park that runs the length of downtown with a city theater, Mexican and International restaurants, bars, and shopping.