We had originally planned to pass through Mulegé (pronounced MooLaHey) and head for the beautiful beaches of Bahia Concepcion but after a few stressful days of driving the narrow roads of Baja, we opted to stay in an RV park outside of town recommended by friends. Hacienda de la Habana turned out to be a little oasis in the desert with grassy spots and orange groves.
The price of our full hookup spot was reasonable and Faby the owner of the park offered a better rate the longer you stayed so we opted to stay a week.
It was a little adventure driving the dirt roads in the RV to get out here but it’s a fairly quick Jeep drive into the sleepy little town of Mulegé (population 3,800).
Navigating town was initially confusing with its narrow streets and lack of signs but we quickly learned the shortcuts.
Mulegé is a small village but offers everything we needed from taco stands, margaritas, to groceries.
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