Lodging options in Potrero Chico are numerous, whether you want to rent a house, a room, or stay at a campground, there is an option well suited to your needs.
|Camping (updated 2018)||USD||Pesos||Walking Distance to EPC||WiFi||Kitchen||Restaurant||Showers||Rooms for Rent|
|La Posada||$8||$150||12 min||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|La Pagoda||$4||$80||9 min||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Rancho El Sendero||$6||$120||20 min||✓||✓||✓||✓ $60 USD|
Quinta La Posada – The most popular campground, and also the most expensive. Posada offers the nicest amenities and has a shower house, wi-fi, communal kitchen, and an excellent on site restaurant, They also have rooms available for rent. Reservations are require Dec 15-Jan 15. During peak season it can become very crowded here, one might look at other options for peace and quiet.
Quinta La Pagoda -Another excellent option for camping, and the closest campground to the entrance of the park. La Pagoda is generally less crowded than La Posada with similar amenities, including a larger communal kitchen, barbecue charcoal grills,
Homero’s – The original! Homero’s was the first climber’s campground in Potrero and has been operating since 1987. They offer camping, a private house with four bedrooms, and cabin that sleeps three. Ammenities include, a communal kitchen, a small bouldering wall, showers, wi-fi, and home cooked meals from the on site restaurant. Homero’s tends to offer less amenities than some of the other campgrounds, but is less crowded and cheaper.
Rancho Sendero – Potrero’s newest campground, offering a camping area, communal kitchen, fire pit, houses, private showers, and Wi-Fi.
“The Chalet” Ariel’s Cabin This is as close as it gets! The Chalet is the only rental cabin inside the park itself, and offers a short walk to climbing at the Outrage and Mota walls.