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[*] posted on 3-13-2016 at 05:24 AM
Rv campsites avail


Rv sites avail in La Fortuna across from Sauls market in Mulege by the month. Huge lots plenty of room for toys with full hookups and city garbage. Daily c-cktails and fishing lies told. Beautiful setting gated,private with full time care taker. couple lots on the Rio fish from your patio with easy access in and out. walking distance to city square and one mile from boat launch. room for well mannered pets to run in a secure no traffic area. sites starting at 300us month. contact us about a discounted yearly price. contact gofish5757@gmail.com.

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[*] posted on 3-13-2016 at 07:25 AM


Quote: Originally posted by amigobaja  
Rv sites avail in La Fortuna across from Sauls market in Mulege by the month. Huge lots plenty of room for toys with full hookups and city garbage. Daily c-cktails and fishing lies told. Beautiful setting gated,private with full time care taker. couple lots on the Rio fish from your patio with easy access in and out. walking distance to city square and one mile from boat launch. room for well mannered pets to run in a secure no traffic area. sites starting at 300us month. contact us about a discounted yearly price. contact gofish5757@gmail.com.


Lots of pretty words in your ad, but your ad would be more powerful with pictures and a map.
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[*] posted on 3-14-2016 at 01:48 PM


Goat, La Fortuna is on the east side of central Mulege and on the north side of the river. It's a pretty, well landscaped, small development of maybe 20 or so gringo houses. I've thought about buying there but haven't because flooding is a problem.

Good spot for an RV that you can haul to higher ground during the summer storm season. It's a great location for those that like to be within walking distance of the town.

IMHO, RV spots are a reasonable use of Mulege riverfront property.
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[*] posted on 3-14-2016 at 06:47 PM


If goat knew ANYTHING about anything, he'd know where Saul's Tienda is in Mulegé, and what's just across the street. Goat proves again what goat really knows.

However, on that note; one who knows Mulegé knows that getting an RV of any size whatsoever into town is one thing; moving it out is another. The old-timers' source of entertainment was watching class A or C motorhomes come down the main hill into town, then trying to navigate back out again. If you don't know the town, let's just suffice to say it's a ......... challenge......

And where do you go to 'high ground' from La Fortuna? Beautiful place, I grant that, but half that part of town floods from mud from above, as well as the Estrero filling up Saul's with 4' of water and mud. Yes, great place; but plan your evacuation route well. A few more years without a big storm, no one will remember, and sales will flourish.

Honestly Amigobaja, I truly love the town. How does one get a decent size RV out of there?






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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 08:14 AM


Best way to leave La Fortuna with an RV is to just drive past Danny's taco stand on Romero Rubio, go straight and turn left onto Zaragoza to go under the bridge. Plenty of room for that. All paved concrete.

And there is room in the park here down by the river to turn large rigs/trailers around.

We get big rigs in this end of town from time to time, lowboys, semis. The local police are cooperative and lead them back out against the one-way, so no turns at all. Takes 5 mins. No big deal.
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 09:03 AM
La Fortuna campsites


My first house here was a 40ft park model that I towed straight into the park. My neighbor at the time had a 42ft diesel pusher that they drove in and out. They would arrange with the locale police a 7am escort out the one way street. The locale police was very accommodating and my neighbor was happy to donate to their annual christmas party. They also bring the huge beer trucks into the same area. Can you imagine the outrage if they did not deliver !! Our property values would drop worse then they already have. Viva La Revolution.
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 09:39 AM


LOL! Love your 'tude, amigobaja!!! Suerte!
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 11:34 AM


Driving in and out to La Fortuna w/ an RV is still a nightmare - no matter what is told here for a PR reason. But my question is: Why paying $300/month for a starter spot when I can get better access properties in the Orchard or in the Oasis or in Marie Isabelles and others for $100 less? Just as an example. Same w/ that RV property offered formerly owned by Don and Donna Garcia. That guy is asking $400. Why, if I can get better lots cheaper? BTW, for $100 any beer truck delivers to any spot in Mulege the amount of beer which I can not drink in a month! :lol::fire::fire::fire:
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 12:59 PM


You're right it could be a nightmare for some. Some people just should not own an Rv if La Fortuna is a nightmare. They should stay on Hwy 5 and park with the cheap bastards in Walmart parking lots for free.
When I stay in a Marriott I expect Marriotts price. When I stay in Motel 6 I expect Motel 6 price. Living on the other side of the river would definitely be Motel 6 compared to La Fortuna.
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 02:33 PM


Quote: Originally posted by bajabuddha  
If goat knew ANYTHING about anything, he'd know where Saul's Tienda is in Mulegé, and what's just across the street. Goat proves again what goat really knows.


I dont spend much time in mulege. Got better things to do. (When driving by that way i usually stop in santa rosalia.)
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 02:47 PM


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by bajabuddha  
If goat knew ANYTHING about anything, he'd know where Saul's Tienda is in Mulegé, and what's just across the street. Goat proves again what goat really knows.


I dont spend much time in mulege. Got better things to do. (When driving by that way i usually stop in santa rosalia.)


Well, well, well, comparing Santa Rosalia with Mulege is comparing cow chit with perfume, IMHO. SR is the most stinky town in all of Baja - Norte including. In the evening they are releasing all the sewer out of a holding tank. The outlet is just next to the INM and runs from there along the INM-building on tzhe surface into the (so called) harbor. I like Mulege as a town. Nobody should be surprised about that! (I just do not like dishonest people trying to pull others over the table. That`s why I am criticizing some folks here in BajaNomad) But O.K.! It`s just a matter of taste! LOL
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 03:19 PM


Quote: Originally posted by JC43  
Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by bajabuddha  
If goat knew ANYTHING about anything, he'd know where Saul's Tienda is in Mulegé, and what's just across the street. Goat proves again what goat really knows.


I dont spend much time in mulege. Got better things to do. (When driving by that way i usually stop in santa rosalia.)


Well, well, well, comparing Santa Rosalia with Mulege is comparing cow chit with perfume, IMHO. SR is the most stinky town in all of Baja - Norte including. In the evening they are releasing all the sewer out of a holding tank. The outlet is just next to the INM and runs from there along the INM-building on tzhe surface into the (so called) harbor. I like Mulege as a town. Nobody should be surprised about that! (I just do not like dishonest people trying to pull others over the table. That`s why I am criticizing some folks here in BajaNomad) But O.K.! It`s just a matter of taste! LOL


I just stop for groceries etc. Why should i care whether sewage is sweeter smelling in mulege?
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[*] posted on 3-15-2016 at 06:11 PM


Goat,
Don't waste your time or dollars here, you are not welcome here.

Just stay the hell away, you are a total jerk hiding behind the mother's skirt of the Internet.
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[*] posted on 10-5-2016 at 04:11 PM


OK, update with some pics!...

Create your own corona moments spending the winter in a small garden like palm tree covered park.

This gem is hidden downtown Mulege Baja Sur Mx. on the Mulege River.

Walk to restaurants, bars, laundry, hardware and cheaper then Kmart trinket stores. Outside this gated park is a American style grocer and Baja's famous Danny's Tacos.

All sites are full hookup, safe and secure with full time maintenance crew.

Happy hour and fish tales daily. Well mannered dogs( and owners) welcome. Sites avail by the month, season or if we like you possible long term lease.

The rents are different for all four based on the features and location in the park.

One site in the middle of the park with a large parking slab and full hookups is 200 US per month.

The second site is 250 US but it is on the Rio. The site with a bath and small storage is one lot up from the Rio and its 300 US and our top shelf site with all the goodies is 350US.

The rates include your elec., water and right outside our entry gate the city picks up our garbage two or three times a week.There really is not a bad site and all are easy to get into.

Please contact gofish5757@gmail.com












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[*] posted on 10-5-2016 at 04:27 PM


Quote: Originally posted by MulegeAL  
Goat,
Don't waste your time or dollars here, you are not welcome here.

Just stay the hell away, you are a total jerk hiding behind the mother's skirt of the Internet.


I know there has to a "like" button around here someplace!!!




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