The almost-free campsite is along the lagoon side of the beach, about one hundred yards away from the above walkway. We took a walk through it and confirmed our suspicions that we would not camp here. It struck us that some of the rigs are huge (I didn't take a picture of any of the big ones), easily worth a couple hundred thousand dollars. Why on earth would someone who could afford a rig like that choose to camp in this almost-free environmentally unfriendly campground? Each campsite has a hole dug into the ground where they run their grey and black water. There are a ton of bugs, as you would expect beside a lagoon. The following 4 pictures are all from the almost-free campsite. It seemed most of the RV's were from either Quebec or Alberta.
The next two pictures are of an Norteamericano and a Mexican home which are actually beside each other. Can you tell which is which?
Walking across the bridge, I snapped this picture. It wasn't until I got back to Myrtle that I saw the staircase....another thing I must explore before leaving San Patricio.
These folk are quite serious about keeping others out.