Make sure you make your reservation now to be part of our RV ECO community
San Juan del Lago Eco RV Community has built the basic infrastructure to now begin the process of building the Eco Community. Our goal is to attract Eco RVers who want to live in an eco-friendly environment, centrally located with great weather and affordable cost of living, where you can be with friends who support each other and enjoy many activities together.
San Juan del Lago Eco RV Community welcomes RV families, RV retirees, and RV single individuals who want to help us reach the community goal of self-sufficiency. Who is an Eco RVer? A traveler who retrofits their RV to be energy self-sufficient and who is very conscious of their carbon footprint on earth.
Our community welcomes diverse and interesting individuals who have the desire to share the best of themselves and who are not limited by the fear of dependency. And who want to be FREE to be the best they can be.
We offer spacious RV lots which you can make into your RV home, land to practice permaculture and a group of people who come together to support each other. By the work of all we can become self-sufficient by growing our own food.
We have 50 acres of land, a mature edible cactus orchard, and started a food forest with some mature citrus, guava and papaya trees. We have 35 chickens, 2 sheep, 7 horses and 13 dogs. Currently we are digging for underground spring water and hot spring water.
We have plans to build Eco Earth Bag Cabins within the growing food forest that will be available for leasing or rental.
If you are a like-minded individual or Eco RVer and would like to visit us or perhaps join us please contact us!
We have so much to share with you
What our visitors and friends say about us
Arturo has built a wonderful, centrally located RV Park here 20 minutes north of Morelia. The services are top notch including site size, electric and WiFi. He delights in taking his guests around the area and explaining everything to them. Brian Wilkins, March 16th, 2017
Nous conduisons un motorisé classe À, 40′ pusher/diesel et sommes restés une semaine. Le site est situé à la jonction de la 15 et la 43, à 20 minute au nord de Morelia. Le Campement est niché en haut d’une colline et offre une vue imprenable sur le lac Cuitzeo, le 2e plus grand au Mexique. Avec l’aide du proprio, Arturo, nous avons manoeuvré avec facilité au travers du village pour nous rendre directement au campement. Nous ensuite monter la côte d’un quart de mile sans aucun problème. Des lots immenses pour vous garer avec vue sur le lac et les montagnes. Tranquillité assurée. Douches et toilettes impécablement propre. Cuisine publique. Terrasse avec vue etc. Un excellent arrêt (court, moyen et long terme) pour visiter: Sanctuaire papillons Monarque, Morelia, plusieurs Pueblo Magicos, Patzcuaro, Cuitzeo, sites eaux thermales … Belles randonnées à cheval ou à vélos (plusieurs sentiers), kayak, pêche…Arturo adore servir de guide, demander-lui de vous faire découvrir la région! Nous recommandons fortement et nous reviendrons l’automne prochain! merci-la-vie.net , March 4, 2017
FYI when driving towards the camping use the “libre” not the “toll ” road because the camping is not accessible from the toll road although it is right beside the toll road. nice spot for relaxing a few days. will report after a few days. By: rieneke.com, January 14th, 2017
Un des plus beaux terrains de camping de tout le Mexique. Nous avions prévu rester une nuit, nous y sommes restés 5 nuits. Énormément d’espace entre chacun des emplacements. Hyper tranquille malgré l’autoroute qui passe près. Il y a une bonne côte à monter pour se rendre au campement. Nous avons un classe C de 32 pieds avec un Ford E450 et on a monté sans problème. Un excellent arrêt pour ceux qui reviennent de la mer et qui veulent visiter les environs.Nous recommandons! By cathe28, January 7th, 2017
This is a hidden gem of a hideaway with gorgeous views! We spent a week here relaxing, doing maintenance, and exploring the area. Amazing views of the lake and towns below. Enjoy hikes, natural hot water baths, comfortable weather, and uncomparable hospitality of the owner, Arturo (Art). Art speaks excellent English and is proud to show you around the area and make recommendations. The showers are very nice and clean and hot. There Is A restaurant/Common area Kitchen with Fire pits. The WiFi Is fast. The climb to the entrance is a little steep but concrete offers plenty of traction and very doable. We visited Morelia from this site, very convenient. Check it out! By lifeallout.com, December 12th, 2016
Free for “boondockers”not requiring electricity/water/sewer. Large spaces but access is not easy through small village streets and steep hill. No signs, ring first – and don’t follow google maps, follow the GPS coordinates from the website!! By home2homeamerica, December 1st, 2016
Great place. Huge spaces and nice large and clean restrooms. Not really convenient to any big grocery stores, etc. make sure to call ahead of time too let Art know you’re coming. By thelifenomadic.com, November 7th, 2016
RV park with much space for every one. you got a beautiful view to the lake. just 35min. from Morelia. Electricity also for big rigs available. water and dump at every place. the owner was very friendly and show you everything you want. bathrooms and showers are in good condition. great and quiet place to hang out. By renzorzi, October 18th, 2016
Owner Arturo is working hard to get a good thing going. 21 enormous spaces, full hookups, hot showers, and great view of lago Cuitzeo. A very steep climb to the camp, but apparently big rvs do make it. Art also loves taking people around to show off his favorite spots. You MUST call first so he can be there to open the gate. By The Next Big Adventure, August 23rd, 2016
Located on a hill above Lago Cuitzeo at the junction of Mexico 15D and Mexico 43D just north of Morelia. The owner, Arturo, is creating his dream campground here. Bathrooms are great, view is great, sites are spacious and have excellent hook-ups. He’s built his own sewage plant. It’s a steep drive in but do-able for everyone unless driving a low-powered big rig. Arturo took us all over the little town of San Juan Tararameo which is sitting on top of a hot water reservoir. There are hot water wells all around town and a very simple, basic hot water bath where you can soak for as long as you want for $1 US. He also took us to Cuitzeo, across the lake, which is very historic and interesting. So much potential here! Arturo still working with the city to get a better entrance road. Arturo loves where he is and wants everyone to love it as well. By bobandmarilyn, January 13th, 2016