Formerly known as British Honduras, Belize is a country in Central America. Surrounded by ocean and coast land and waterways and full of lush forests, wetlands and Mayan ruins, Belize is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. Access to snorkeling, caving, kayaking, fishing and hiking can be found all around. Although RV resorts are not too common, there are a few that offer hookups and other basic amenities.
Pueblo Escondido is a wildlife sanctuary and eco resort allowing both day visitors and overnight camping. Take a midnight wildlife hike or catch your own freshwater fish for dinner and the staff will cook it for you. Walk on the trails and spot alligators, fox, many species of bird and even wild cats. You can also jog on these trails but you might miss so much of what there is to see. It is a 32-mile bike ride from Pueblo to Belize City. A short two mile drive away is the ancient Mayan ruins of Altun Ha where you can hike and climb to explore the old buildings.
Pueblo does not have full RV hookups for water or electricity but can accommodate RV campers for overnight stays. Full restroom facilities are on the premise. Breakfast is included with overnight stay with many ingredients coming from the owner's organic farm. Other meals can be provided or you can cook your own on fire pits.
Mile 30 1/2 Old Northern Highway
Belize City, Belize
011 (501) 614-1458
Ingelwood Camping Grounds
The central location of Ingelwood Camping Grounds makes it an ideal location for the outdoor enthusiast. There are jogging and bird watching trails on site. A few minutes drive puts you in town where you can head to Eva's Restaurant and take a cave, cave tubing or kayak/canoe tour. Hike and climb the archaeological sites of Cahal Pech and Xunantunich ruins or tour a butterfly farm, all less then 10 miles from the campground.
Ingelwood has 12 pull through sites and two back in sites with water and electrical hook ups. Full restroom facilities and a dump station are also on site. Pets are welcome with a dog run area.
Mile 68 ¼ Western Highway
San Ignacio, Belize
011 (501) 824-3555
Hummingbird Highway RV Park
Camp in a wildlife sanctuary and support the on site technical school by staying at the Hummingbird Highway RV Park. Take a guided bird hike to Stann Creek from the campground. A short drive away is the world's only jaguar reserve. Easy offshore Island access for snorkeling, scuba and kayaking.
Dual water faucets and 30 amp electrical outlets are at each RV site. Dump pipes are also available.Twenty four hour security, cold water showers and full bathroom facilities available for campers. Enjoy a meal cooked on the bbq pits or relax on one of the park benches and read a book.
011 (501) 522-3262