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Stone House Campground

The beautiful Berkley footbridge delivers visitors over churning blue waters to the Stone House Campground, a refurbished old puesto and future base for Patagonia Park wardens. Surrounded by waving poplars, the campground’s seven new covered quinchos serve to block campers from the mid-valley winds. Located at the confluence of the Aviles and Chacabuco Rivers, the Stone House Campground serves as a jumping off point for explorations to the Aviles Valley and Jeinimeni Reserve.

Smaller than the West Winds Campground, the Stone House is located a 30-minute drive from the Lodge and Main Office, 25 km/15.5 miles into the valley down the park’s main road (X-83).

 


The Stone House Campground has eight picnic shelters. To register, please visit the main park office at Park Administration. Campsites are first come, first serve.

Price: $8,000 per person per night.

Availability: October 1 through March 15. Then CLOSED until September.

 
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