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Old 05-03-2011, 07:29 PM   #1
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We are new to the snowbird winter thing and would like to spend winter 2011-12 in the Baja . we are totally kitted out for dry camping so would like to camp on the coast and do a bit of fishing etc .looking for company and advice .

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Old 05-04-2011, 05:03 PM   #2
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I would suggest that you read the post about Rockey Point, Mexico. Keep in mind that those people are not as nice as you Canadians!

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I am one of the few who feel that there are a few spots in Mexico to RV, but to DRY CAMP is not a good thing. Remember "there is Safety in numbers".
From what I have heard most of the Tour Companies hire Private Security Firms when they go to the Baja. They use them when going and coming thru Tijuana, Mexico. Would I go to this area No, unless I was with a group of at least 5 other RVs and at least 2 of the group had done this before and would never spend a night outside of a Campground.
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