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Paradise Found in Rocky Point, Mexico

Nearly 30 years ago my husband and I ventured to a small fishing village named Puerto Peñasco or as the American’s called it Rocky Point. It wasn’t long after that we decided to buy a little travel trailer in put it an RV Park, named Playa Miramar. We would come down on weekends and because I was self employed, I would sneak down a day or so ahead of Bill or stay a couple days later. People always ask, why did you come here? Our answer is quite simple, the love of the people and the beauty of the Sea of Cortez. In the old days every one meet on Manny’s on Friday night and thus a lot of friendships were made. Although a young town, Puerto Peñasco had a lot of history and a lot of characters. Everyone had stories about something including the one about the ghost of Competition Hill on the way to Cholla Bay. There was a wonderful old baker in the Old Port and we would all flock there on Saturday and Sunday mornings to get the best hot pan and boleos and then go back and make breakfast. Seemed every weekend there was a party at someone’s trailer and more new friends were made.
In 1996 we invested in Mexico by purchasing a lot and 10 years later, we invested more by building a home. I will be showing you a couple of sunset pictures in my blogs. Our sunsets are the best anywhere.

Sunset in Puerto Penasco

I would like to invite you to come down and check out “Paradise” as soon as you can. Now most of the RV Parks except Playa Bonita, Playa del Oro and the Reef are gone, but have been replaced by beautiful condo developments on Sandy Beach, Las Conchas and Mayan Palace Resorts. You can stay at any of the ocean front condos of the Sonoran Resorts either the SKY, SPA, SEA or SUN and have the small waves lapping at your door step. Several of the resorts also have beach front homes for rent. Ask any of the knowledgeable sales people at the resorts about what they offer…. You may want to soon have your own piece of “Paradise”.
The resorts offer tennis, fitness centers, swim up bars and more or golf at any of our 3 golf courses. Take a Sunset Cruise or day trips to Bird Island and watch the Dolphin and Sea Lions at play. If you are lucky now you will see Fin Whales which can reach nearly 40’ as the traverse the waters of the Sea of Cortez. You can also charter fishing trips by the day or half day and try your hand and catching a big one.
Make sure you stop in the Malecon and buys some fresh shrimp and fish. Shrimping is part of what put Puerto Peñasco on the map.
Our little town is growing and soon will be receiving cruise ships as we will be the only departure port in Mexico. We also have an International Airport as well as there are shuttles that come back and forth from Phoenix.
Now is the time to start planning for the 1st weekend in November for the Bike Rally. This will be our 15th year of having bikers from all over the US, Canada, Mexico and even some from Japan and Europe. I believe we had about 6,000 bikes. Last year we raised over $20,000 USD for 7 of our local charities. I have a team of family and friends that do the bike registration and it is so much fun to see some of the same people year after year. In addition to that money we had our 1st annual Bikers Toy Drive and in January on Los Santos Reyes (Kings Day) we along with DIF distributed toys to the children of Puerto Peñasco along with them having games and food. It looked like we had about 1700 children of all ages. It was so gratifying to see the smiles and hear the Thank You and Gracias from them all.
One last thing, I will tell you that if you decide to own here and retire here, you can get as involved with the community as you want to or just choose to sit and watch the water go by.
Beverly Arrowood

Welcome readers to "The Blog"


Rocky Point Aerial Picture
Overflying Rocky Point in an ultralight is one of the most incredible experience to have when visiting Rocky Point

Welcome to this new adventure we just started, we are happy to have this forum where we can comment all these “tips” you need to know about your stay in Rocky Point.
The team who puts together”The Blog”, is excited to bring you information on many topics of interest in our town. Especially, those having to do with you packing your bags and visiting the heavenly Rocky Point.
Every week I will have an opportunity to comment on various sections of this blog, especially in “Lodging and General Information”. The team of “The Blog” will always be alert to the concerns of our readers as well as the hundreds of people that report daily to the reservation central where we work.
I am eager to share my experiences with you, what I have learned from this wonderful place in my few years living here. Being originally from another part of the Sea of Cortes in the State of Sonora, I’ve found the perfect home in Rocky Point where I could fill my life with joy, meeting friends who now are like my family and having the opportunity to work with amazing people every day to help many visitors materialize their beach vacation.
On this occasion I would like to tell you more about myself, so you can get to know better who is publishing this blog. I have a university education in business tourism, and in my early working years I made my way through the Food and Beverage Industry. My first job in Puerto Peñasco was in the Groups and Convention area in which I had the chance to learn a lot about the hospitality industry, and also about events and wedding coordination.
To date, I have the incredible advantage of being in a job where every day I can have contact with not only one, but most of the touristic Hotels and Resorts in Rocky Point, since our job is linking properties and clients, advising and providing information on visits to Puerto Penasco. It is a job that gives great satisfaction as we partake in the enthusiasm of the people and the expectation of their holiday by the sea.
But all is not bliss when preparing a holiday, you can always present run into unforseen circumstances that although they are sometimes very minimal can dull the enthusiasm of the vacation. That is why this blog hopes to be useful when planning your next visit to Puerto Penasco.
This time I am sharing a some pictures  taken with my camera while overflying Rocky Point on an ultralight, I am afraid of heights but do this again as many times as possible.
Send us your comments or a request for a specific topic you want to develop on lodging in Puerto Penasco … we’re eager to hear from you!
Rocky Point Aerial Photo
Rocky Point Aerial Photo, Overflying El Mirador towards Sandy Beach

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