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[*] posted on 11-6-2018 at 04:50 PM
South San Felipe Campos Km. list


San Felipe Airport Road (Km. 0) to Puertecitos Road (Km. 74.5)
Just updated with another campo listing:

Km. 0 Airport Road (6.1 miles from San Felipe traffic circle)
Km. 1 La Hacienda
Km. 6 San Fernando*
Km. 6.5 Residence "Camping" (El Faro Beach)
Km. 6.5+ La Perla del Mar*
Km. 8.5 Villa Marina RV Park.
Km. 8.5 Del Cielo de la Playa*
Km. 9 Campo Lobo*
Km. 11 La Jolla del Mar
Km. 12 Punta Estrella Beach
Km. 14+ Valle de los Gigantes
Km. 15.5 Pancho's
Km. 17 Rancho Los Potrillos
Km. 20.5+ Rancho Percebu.
Km. 26+ Shell Island access road (4WD)
Km. 31 Bahía Santa María/ San Carlos*/ La Misión/ Playa Hermosa
Km. 31.5 Baja Beach Resort
Km. 32 Nuevo Mazatlán
Km. 32 El Sahuaro
Km. 32.5 La Joya*
Km. 33 Playa Linda
Km. 33.5 La Roca
Km. 34 Campo Delicias
Km. 34+ San Pedro.
Km. 35 Fire Station*
Km. 35+ El Vergel
Km. 35.5 Lupita*
Km. 35.5-36 Colonia Delicias (TOWN) See note D, below.
Km. 36 Esmeralda*
Km. 36.5 OM BAJA/ Punta Loma*
Km. 36.5+ La Perlita
Km. 37.5 Diamante
Km. 37.5+ Santa Fe
Km. 38 Speedoo Campo*
Km. 38.5+ San Martin
Km. 39.5 Garcia
Km. 39.5+ Playa Mexico
Km. 40+ Rancho Anita
Km. 40.5 Cielito Lindo
Km. 40.5+ Agua Azul
Km. 41.5 Campo Cadena
Km. 42+ Campo Jimenez
Km. 42.5 Los Gorditos
Km. 43 San Antonio*
Km. 43.5 Pelicano
Km. 44 Campo Badilla.
Km. 44.5 Playa Gabriela*
Km. 45 Campo Adriana
Km. 45.5 Mar y Sol
Km. 45.5 Los Morritios
Km. 46 San José
Km. 47 Rudy's Camp
Km. 47.5 San Francisco
Km. 49 Los Pulpos
Km. 49+ Rancho Las Panteras (El Coloradito Parcela 55)
Km. 49.5 Consuelo (at curve in highway)
Km. 51.5 Playa El Sueño
Km. 52.5 Old Puertecitos Road (Score Race Route)
Km. 52.5+ Costa Verde
Km. 54.5 Playa Cristina
Km. 58.5 Los Olivos
Km. 60 Arroyo Matomí
Km. 60.5 El Pozo
Km. 61-72.5+ DETOUR for new highway work.
Km. 65 El Conquistador
Km. 68.5+ Zimarros
Km. 68.5+ La Violeta.
Km. 70 Campo Cesar*
Km. 72+ La Toba
Km. 73 Cow Patty
Km. 74.5 Puertecitos Road (Octavio's Playa Escondida access)


note D*: In Colonia Delicias is Chelo's Restaurant, South Campos Community Center, Marino’s Restaurant, Josefina’s Laundry and Car Wash, Tita’s Taco Tuesday Restaurant, Aniceto's Restaurant, Police Station, Amazona Market

* = Edits added from others

My kilometer system is this: Km. 20 (for example) is at or within sight of the marker. Km. 20+ is about 1/4 kilometer marker past. Km. 20.5 is about half a kilometer past. Km. 20.5+ is about 3/4 a kilometer past.




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[*] posted on 11-6-2018 at 07:34 PM


What’s it mean?



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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 09:17 AM


Really?

It is a list of the campos and other points between San Felipe and Puertecitos with the location on Hwy. 5.

I made the list last August after I drove it and wrote down each place that was identified by a sign or that I knew. The members of the South Campos Amigos Facebook page have asked me to add the other places that were not signed or I didn't see the sign. Each of those additions is followed by an *. Another was just added and I thought I would share the list here on Baja Nomad for anyone interested.

Do you have anything to share?




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 02:05 PM


Thanks David! This list is helping my recon for Baja 1000. We plan on watching somewhere around RM 240. Looks like we can cut over (west) around km 32 or so.



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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 02:58 PM


The original Nuevo Mazatlan/ Agua de Chale road to the sulfur mine and old Puertecitos road is just north of the Km. 32 marker (and Nuevo Mazatlan driveway is just south of it).



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