This place has it all.
The Mexican beach town of Lo de Marcos (pop 3.000) has seven or eight RV Parks. The largest one is located just past the town's central plaza at the Villas and Bungalows Tlaquepaque.
Upon arrival, you're better off stopping in the central plaza. This isn't a busy town (unlike Sayulita!) and odds are good you'll be able to pull off to the side in the plaza, even if you're driving a big rig. If you've got a towed vehicle, you'll want to disconnect here as well. Then, you can walk the short distance to the office and get them to open the main gate for you.
The main entrance gate.
This park has been in operation for 20 years. It's proof that if you make a well designed full service RV park in Mexico, people will come. And you can charge top dollar for it too. There are 70 RV sites, in three different sections of the park. There are nice bathrooms and laundry machines for each section.
There are also hotel rooms. Actually, villas that sleep up to ten people each and bungalows that sleep five, and the regular rooms sleep four. This is actually a resort, so there are also a lot of Mexicans who come here for a beach holiday.
The reception area.
Christmas in Mexico!
As I said, there are 70 sites here, with currently maybe a dozen that are empty and available. It's a popular park with people who want to stay all season.
Sherman, parked up in paradise. Can you see him smiling?!
One of the pools. This one is obviously more for the children.
Large level sites for the big rigs! The guy with the ladder is installing Christmas decorations.
Lots of greenery and park space.
Sherman doesn't really fit in with this row of expensive rigs.
The RV section is located only 50 yards from this beach.
Lots of walking areas, and always somebody doing something to keep things tidy.
Another nice RV site.
The second pool.
Lots of places to relax.
Tlaquepaque RV Park has probably the nicest facilities of any park we've seen in Mexico. Of course all of this comes with a price, so it's also one of the most expensive. But if you can afford it, you'll surely enjoy your stay here. Prices are at $40 USD (currently 520 pesos) per night, with discounts available for longer term stays. Monthly rates exclude the metered electricity.
I've seen forum discussions where people express disappointment that there are no "American style" resort parks in Mexico. I guess they've never been here!
You can contact Villas y Bungalows Tlaqueplaque at 327-275-0080 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org