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Campus Rio Ebro
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain, 50018|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Dedicated MH parking area next to football grounds and University|
Tram stop adjacent for easy access to town centre.
Parking and services free
|No camping behaviour allowed|
198m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Max unit length 8.0m
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Yes a good half way house pretty full by 8pm but still some vacancies says what it says on the tin......more than happyView all reviews by allcooks
Stayed here overnight on our way to Valencia. Good stop anf felt safe with about 20 others. Would return.View all reviews by jdowson
Just stayed 2 nights with no problems. Not the quietest site due to road and tram stop opposite (squeaky brakes). Tram service cheap and efficient, saves a 45 minute walk.View all reviews by javeasteve
Busy on Saturday night almost all spots taken. Did not use services but others appeared to have no trouble. Felt safe due to high number of other motorhomes using and staying on site, most of which were less than two years old. Some obviously left early in morning for ferry services.
We stayed overnight on way south. When we arrived on mid Sunday afternoon there was plenty of space, but someone arrived at midday and it was full of cars, so it may be worth returning later if this happens.View all reviews by pandw
Felt safe, about 6 on site overnight, spaces ok and facilities good.
Supermarket, bars and restaurants in walking distance and plenty of places to walk dogs.
Free, no camping activities and we would use again.