Rocky Point Maps - Rocky Point (2022)

From Phoenix

Travel west on I-10 from Phoenix to the State Route 85 exit.
Head south on SR 85, through the outskirts of Buckeye and on to Gila Bend.
Continue west through Gila Bend and turn right just before McDonalds. This turn is marked with a sign stating “Mexico” and “SR 85 South”.
Continue south on SR 85 to Ajo.

Continue south on SR 85 from Ajo. Next civilization is “Why”, AZ. The stop at Why usually has about the best gas prices between Phoenix and the border. Flores and Sons Chevron in Why has recently added an ATM.

Continue south through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. Last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty steep. Crossing the border at Lukeville, AZ/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico. If you are only going to Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) or Bahia la Cholla (Cholla Bay) you do not need a passport or visa since these towns are located in the Mexican “Free Zone”.

Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About 1 block south of there the road will split into a “Y”. “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y”. Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left if you have made the correct turn. There is a traffic light soon after “Vasquez’s” that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there. The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range.You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes.

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From Tucson

Take State Route 86 west from Tucson all the way to “Why”, AZ.
Why is a good place to top off the fuel tank before crossing into Mexico. Gas in Mexico is available in most locations but the quality can be inconsistant and not what you are used to stateside. The stop at Why usually has about the best gas prices between Phoenix and the border.

Continue south on SR 85 through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. Last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty steep.
Crossing the border at Lukeville, AZ/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico. you do not need a passport or visa since these towns are located in the Mexican “Free Zone”.
Getting through Sonoita…. Once across the border you will continue south into Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About 1 block south of there the road will split into a “Y”. “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y”. Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left if you have made the correct turn. There is a traffic light soon after “Vasquez’s” that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there. Continue along the same road all the way to Rocky Point. “Vasquez’s” and the “Pharmacia San Luis” are good places to stop and visit. The pharmacy carries many items over the counter that require prescriptions in the US. “Vasquez’s” has a great selection of all kinds of Mexican curios, pottery, liquors and everything else. You will not be able to haggle prices at these places but may find just what you are looking for.

Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco. The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range. Being open range you are subject to encountering livestock on the highway on occasion. You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes.

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From Yuma

From Yuma there are two main routes available to the Mexican border town of Sonoita where you pick up Mexico Route 8 (MR-8) to Rocky Point. There is an American route and a Mexico route. Both routes are described here. The Mexico Route is about 80 miles shorter than the American Route. Read the directions and comments to decide which is best for you.

American Route
Head east on I-8 from Yuma to the State Route 85 exit at Gila Bend.
Continue into Gila Bend and turn left just beyond McDonalds. This turn is marked with a sign stating “Mexico” and “SR 85 South”.

Continue south on SR 85 to Ajo. Ajo is a good place to stock up on anything you may have forgotten. It is the largest town between Phoenix and the border. Ajo also has an ATM machine located at Bank One on the corner of the only intersection in Ajo with a traffic signal, right across from the town square. Ajo is also a good place to purchase your MEXICO AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
Continue south on SR 85 from Ajo. Next civilization is “Why”, AZ. Why is a good place to top off the fuel tank before crossing into Mexico. Gas in Mexico is available in most locations but the quality can be inconsistant and not what you are used to stateside. The stop at Why usually has about the best gas prices between Phoenix and the border. Flores and Sons Chevron in Why has recently added an ATM machine.

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Continue south through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. Last stop prior to Mexico. The settlement at Lukeville is called “Gringo Pass” and has all facilities available if there was anything you forgot. There is a well stocked grocery store, etc. but the prices are pretty steep.
Crossing the border at Lukeville, AZ/Sonoita, Sonora, Mexico. If you are only going to Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) or Bahia la Cholla (Cholla Bay) you do not need a passport or visa since these towns are located in the Mexican “Free Zone”.

Getting through Sonoita…. Once across the border you will continue south into Sonoita. The speed limit here is fairly slow so be careful. Driving in Mexico is not a problem as long as you drive defensively. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). Do not take the direction to San Luis. About 1 block south of there the road will split into a “Y”. “Pharmacia San Luis” will be on your right just before the “Y”. Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. You will pass “Vasquez’s” on your left if you have made the correct turn. There is a traffic light soon after “Vasquez’s” that is easy to miss if you don’t know it is there. Continue along the same road all the way to Rocky Point. “Vasquez’s” and the “Pharmacia San Luis” are good places to stop and visit. The pharmacy carries many items over the counter that require prescriptions in the US. “Vasquez’s” has a great selection of all kinds of Mexican curios, pottery, liquors and everything else. You will not be able to haggle prices at these places but may find just what you are looking for.

Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco. The highway from Sonoita to Puerto Peñasco is approximately 50 miles of open range.You will know you are close to Rocky point when you start seeing sand dunes.

Mexico Route

To take the Mexico route from Yuma proceed south on Arizona SR-95 to the town of San Luis. This is a U.S. border town across from the Mexican town of San Luis Rio Colorado. In San Luis Rio Colorado you pick up Mexico Route 2 (MR-2) and follow that to Sonoita. In Sonoita you pick up MR-8 to Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco).

The author has never been over Mexico Route 2. The route was suggested by a visitor from the San Diego area. Being adventurous souls they took the MR2 route on their trip to Rocky Point and were kind enough to share with us their experience. If you would like to read what they had to say, click here for their own words.

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From Southern California

There are a couple routes available from Southern California. From The San Diego area, follow I-8 East to Yuma and then follow the directions in the “From Yuma” guide.

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From L.A. and environs, visitors can take I-10 East to Arizona SR-95 at Quartzite, AZ, then south on Arizona SR-95 to Yuma and then follow the directions in the “From Yuma” guide. Another (longer) way would be to take I-10 East to Buckeye, AZ and turn south on Arizona SR-85. Taking this route you would follow the directions in the “From Phoenix” guide, picking it up where you turn south off of I-10 onto Arizona SR-85.

FAQs

Is Rocky Point worth visiting? ›

It has some of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico

Puerto Peñasco and beautiful beaches go hand in hand, which makes Rocky Point one of the top spots in Northern Mexico for a beach vacation.

How much does Rocky Point cost? ›

For Individuals
Age GroupWeekends/HolidaysSeason Pass
Adults (Ages 12 and up)$9.15$95
Seniors (Ages 62 and up)$5.72$55
Children with familiesFree$180 for a family of four $45 for each additional family member

Do you need pesos in Rocky Point? ›

Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco): Currency

Puerto Peñasco is very friendly to the US dollar – most merchants post prices in USD, most restaurants accept cash and credit cards – so more often than not you're OK heading to Peñasco without a fistful of pesos.

Why do they call it Rocky Point? ›

Founded in 1928, Rocky Point got its name when an English Navy officer visiting the town in 1926 dubbed the hill in the old town "Rocky Point." Soon after, Spanish maps had added the Punta Peñasco name, which means "rock point." The name was later changed to Puerto Peñasco or "Rocky Cliff Port".

What is the best month to go to Rocky Point Mexico? ›

Rocky Point, Mexico in fall – August to December averages lows of 60 and highs of 75. You can still catch ocean temperatures up to 75 in October, so it's considered the most pleasant time to enjoy the outdoors.

What is the best time of year to go to Rocky Point? ›

The Best Time to Go: The most popular times to visit Rocky Point are March through June. The weather is warm and temperate, before the high temps of July and August set in. Keep in mind that March and April will bring Spring Break crowds.

What do people wear in Puerto Penasco in March? ›

For visitors traveling to Puerto Peñasco we recommend wearing layers. So maybe a skirt, t-shirt, shorts for during the day and jeans and a warm jacket for some days and evenings. With a water temperature of around 17.0°C (62.6°F), there is no need to bring your swimwear.

Do you need a passport for Rocky Point Mexico? ›

Do You Need a Passport To Get to Rocky Point by Land? If you are driving to Rocky Point, you'll drive across the U.S./Mexico border. This is where the risk comes in. According to Mexican law, you need a passport to be able to get into Mexico.

Is Puerto Penasco walkable? ›

In Mexico, every beach city has a Malecon. Puerto Peñasco's is a vibrant, easily walkable oceanfront promenade along the Sea of Cortez located just 10-minutes from our resort.

Can you drink the water in Rocky Point? ›

You've probably heard horror stories about Montezuma's Revenge, and they aren't always fiction. While it is perfectly safe in Rocky Point to bathe in or brush your teeth, when it comes to drinking, stick with bottled water. Even the restaurants in Rocky Point offer jugs of bottled water for your safety and convenience.

What should I bring to Rocky Point? ›

Warm to hot sunny days and cool nights through the Spring – bring at least a light jacket or sweater for the evenings, plus jeans. Summer days and nights are warm and it tends to be very humid from mid-June through mid-September. Shoes? Be prepared for sand in and on your shoes in Rocky Point, no matter what you bring.

Can I use US dollars in Rocky Point? ›

The currency in Puerto Penasco is the Mexican peso but all the local merchants accept US dollars and actually prefer them. Most restaurants and bars also publish their rates in US dollars.

Is there cartel in Rocky Point? ›

But drug cartels have been fighting turf battles in the region, which includes the city of Mexicali and the resort of Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point.

Did Al Capone go to Puerto Peñasco? ›

During prohibition Al Capone and numerous prominent friends gambled, drank and partied the night away in Puerto Peñasco. You can even stay where they partied.

Is Rocky Point considered Mexico? ›

It is now one of the most important tourist destinations in northern Mexico. Puerto Peñasco is often called "Rocky Point" in English, and has been nicknamed "Arizona's Beach" as it is the closest beach to cities such as Phoenix and Tucson.
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Demographics.
YearPop.±%
201562,177+8.4%
202062,689+0.8%
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Do they speak English in Rocky Point? ›

Many accept American dollars. Still, the ambience remains definitely Mexican. Residents do not speak much English, and you may not hear much of it outside of the local hotels and bars. Learning some basic Spanish will certainly help you get around.

Is there Mcdonald's in Puerto Penasco? ›

mcdonald's Puerto de La Paz, 83552 Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico.

Is the water cold in Rocky Point Mexico? ›

The ocean water temperature is the warmest from July to October averaging about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Making October, in our opinion, the best time of year to travel to Rocky Point with a high temperature of 88 degrees and a water temperature of 79 degrees.

Is the water cold in Puerto Penasco? ›

The sea temperature ranges between 17 °C (63 °F) and 30 °C (86 °F). The sea is quite cold from December to April, while it becomes very warm from July to October.

What is the ocean temperature in Rocky Point? ›

Today's Rocky Point sea temperature is 84 °F.

What ocean is Puerto Penasco on? ›

Known to most Americans by its English name “Rocky Point,” Puerto Peñasco is where the majestic Sonoran desert landscape meets the sparkling waters of Mexico's Sea of Cortez. Friends often talked about the region they lovingly refer to as “Arizona's ocean.”

Are there jellyfish in Puerto Penasco? ›

Jellyfish in Puerto Penasco normally appear during monsoon season with the peak usually being in July.

Does it snow in Puerto Penasco? ›

Winter (December through February)

Weather is somewhat cool this time of year in Puerto Penasco to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 71.5°F (21.9°C) and 66.8°F (19.3°C). On average, it rains or snows a insignificant amount: consistently 0 times per month.

What is the Weather like in Puerto Penasco in April? ›

April Weather in Puerto Peñasco Mexico. Daily high temperatures increase by 5°F, from 76°F to 81°F, rarely falling below 69°F or exceeding 87°F. Daily low temperatures increase by 5°F, from 63°F to 68°F, rarely falling below 57°F or exceeding 73°F.

Can I cross the border with my ID and birth certificate? ›

The approved documents include a passport, a passport card, a NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST trusted traveler program card, or a state- or province-issued enhanced driver's license. Travelers under age 16 need to present only a birth certificate or alternative proof of citizenship.

Is it safe to drive to Puerto Penasco? ›

Puerto Penasco is probably one of the safest places to travel in Mexico. It is recommended to enter Puerto Penasco through the Lukeville/Sonoyta port of entry. You will only be driving in Mexico for 65 miles and the road is in good condition.

Can US citizen enter US without passport? ›

Air Travel: All U.S. citizens departing from or entering the United States from within the Western Hemisphere by air are required to present a valid U.S. passport or a NEXUS card (if utilizing a NEXUS kiosk when departing from a designated Canadian airport).

How much money should I bring to Puerto Peñasco? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Puerto Penasco is $1,646 for a solo traveler, $2,956 for a couple, and $5,542 for a family of 4. Puerto Penasco hotels range from $70 to $321 per night with an average of $82, while most vacation rentals will cost $240 to $580 per night for the entire home.

How many bodies were found in Rocky Point? ›

Of the 42 bodies recovered, two were still in a stage of decomposition, meaning they were buried recently. Others were largely skeletal remains, indicating they had been there for a longer period of time. Only two of the bodies could be women, based on clothing, the state said.

Can you swim in Puerto Peñasco? ›

The best beach for sunbathing and swimming close to town is Sandy Beach (Playa Arenosa). Sandy Beach is a 3.5 mile (5.5 km) strip of sand west of downtown Puerto Penasco.

Does Rocky Point have a curfew? ›

There is no longer a curfew. Wearing a mask is mandatory in all public places. Masks are also mandatory in vehicles with 2 or more passengers. Restaurants, bars and night clubs are allowed to operate at 50% capacity and they close at 11pm.

Can you bring alcohol to Rocky Point? ›

– Two (2) cartons of cigarettes or 100 cigars. – Three (3) liters (appx. 3 quarts) of wine or Alcohol (including beer) per person if the passenger is an adult (21 or older). – Medicine for personal use (with your prescription).

Is Rocky Point Safe? ›

Rocky Point is relatively safe. We saw lots of families at the resorts with their children, and we will for sure bring out kids back! With that said, it's best to be a smart traveler – meaning, don't go into the city at night, do all of your city venturings during the day.

Can you bring groceries to Rocky Point? ›

You can bring in whatever you want. We've never been checked coming in to Mexico. And typically we buy at the grocery store in rocky point plus they have a SAMs. But bring things like seasoning, oil and extra utensils.

How do people dress in Rocky Point Mexico? ›

What to pack for your trip to the beach…
  1. 2 bathing suits.
  2. 2 tops.
  3. 3 dresses.
  4. 2 pair of shorts of cropped pants.
  5. 1 pair of jeans (depending on the weather)
  6. 1 hat.
  7. 1 pair of sunglasses.
  8. 1 pair of sandals.
15 Feb 2013

Is Puerto Peñasco a free zone? ›

Puerto Penasco is about 65 miles from the Arizona point of entry at Lukeville, Az and it is considered a “free zone”. Therefore no special car permits are required to drive into Rocky Point. All visitors driving their own vehicles into Mexico must have Mexican auto insurance.

How do you get money out of Rocky Point? ›

However, in Rocky Point many places only accept cash so you'll want to have cash on hand. You can bring cash with you or get cash through ATM machines. We recommend bringing smaller bills like $10, $5 and $1 bills, especially if you like to haggle with the beach and street vendors.

Can I go to Rocky Point without a passport 2021? ›

Rocky point is considered a 'Free Zone', but this does not mean tourists can travel freely there. Every tourist should carry their passport and a valid Identity Card. You can go there by car, shuttle, or plane.

Can I go to Rocky Point with a birth certificate 2021? ›

Can You go to Rocky Point With a Birth Certificate? A birth certificate is not a valid substitute for an ID or passport to go to Rocky Point. You can only get into Rocky Point with a birth certificate if you are under the age of 16.

What cartel controls Puerto Peñasco? ›

Sonora Cartel
Founded1987
Founded byMiguel Caro Quintero, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, Rafael Caro Quintero
Founding locationMexico
Years active1987−Present
TerritoryHermosillo, Agua Prieta, Guadalajara, Culiacán, Durango, Nayarit, Arizona, Texas, California, Nevada
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Are there drug cartels in Puerto Penasco? ›

Puerto Peñasco had been relatively quiet compared to many other parts of Mexico, but the Sinaloa drug cartel is known to be active in the area.

How is crime in Rocky Point Mexico? ›

There is a very low level of violent crime in Rocky Point Mexico however burglaries and theft are more common. I have researched recent reports about violent crime in Mexico and most of it appears to be near Mexico City far in the south part of Mexico and in the border towns of Tijuana, Nogales, Juarez and Mexicali.

Is Rocky Point the same as Puerto Peñasco? ›

Puerto Peñasco is often called “Rocky Point” in English, and has been nicknamed “Arizona's Beach” as it is the closest beach to cities such as Phoenix, Tucson, and Yuma.

How old is Rocky Point? ›

Rocky Point Amusement Park
Opened1847
Closed1995
SloganWe've Got Your Summer at Rocky Point
Operating seasonMemorial Day Weekend thru mid-September
Attractions
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What state is Puerto Peñasco in? ›

Puerto Peñasco is a beach city in the northwestern corner of the state of Sonora in Mexico on the shores of the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California), about 112 km (70 miles) south of the border with Arizona.

Is Rocky Point worth visiting? ›

It has some of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico

Puerto Peñasco and beautiful beaches go hand in hand, which makes Rocky Point one of the top spots in Northern Mexico for a beach vacation.

What is Rocky Point known for? ›

While Rocky Point may be mostly known for its turquoise waters and relaxing beach vibes on the Sea of Cortez, it's also home to an impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Where do you fly into for Puerto Peñasco? ›

Rocky Point Airport, MMPE, (also known as Mar de Cortes Airport) is an international airport located in Puerto Peñasco (known as Rocky Point), Mexico. The airport offers customs and immigration and is a Port of Entry for Mexico.

What is the best time of year to visit Puerto Penasco Mexico? ›

The best time to visit Puerto Peñasco is from November to April. Winter, from December to February, is generally a mild and sunny season, although it can sometimes get a bit cold (especially in December and January). You can therefore choose the months of March, April and November.

Is it always windy in Puerto Penasco? ›

The windiest month of the year in Puerto Peñasco is July, with an average hourly wind speed of 9.3 miles per hour. The calmer time of year lasts for 10 months, from August 23 to June 22. The calmest month of the year in Puerto Peñasco is September, with an average hourly wind speed of 7.7 miles per hour.

Do they speak English in Rocky Point? ›

Many accept American dollars. Still, the ambience remains definitely Mexican. Residents do not speak much English, and you may not hear much of it outside of the local hotels and bars. Learning some basic Spanish will certainly help you get around.

How safe is Puerto Peñasco? ›

Is it safe to travel to Puerto Penasco? Puerto Penasco is probably one of the safest places to travel in Mexico. It is recommended to enter Puerto Penasco through the Lukeville/Sonoyta port of entry. You will only be driving in Mexico for 65 miles and the road is in good condition.

Can you take food to Rocky Point? ›

You can bring in whatever you want. We've never been checked coming in to Mexico. And typically we buy at the grocery store in rocky point plus they have a SAMs. But bring things like seasoning, oil and extra utensils.

Can I bring alcohol to Rocky Point? ›

You are allowed to enter free of duty any purchases with a combined value of up $400 per 30 day time period. Every visitor over 21 years old may bring into the United States, duty-free, the following: 3 liters of wine or hard liquor. 200 cigarettes, OR 100 cigars (but not from Cuba), OR 3 pounds of smoking tobacco.

Is the water warm in Rocky Point? ›

The Best Time to visit Rocky Point

The ocean water temperature is the warmest from July to October averaging about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Making October, in our opinion, the best time of year to travel to Rocky Point with a high temperature of 88 degrees and a water temperature of 79 degrees.

What's the temperature of the water in Puerto Peñasco? ›

Water temperature in Puerto Penasco right now

Today water temperature in Puerto Penasco is 87.1°F.

What's the average temperature in Puerto Peñasco? ›

Puerto Peñasco's climate is a desert one. There is virtually no rainfall during the year in Puerto Peñasco. This location is classified as BWh by Köppen and Geiger. The average annual temperature in Puerto Peñasco is 23.0 °C | 73.4 °F.

Do you need a passport to go to Rocky Point? ›

Rocky point is considered a 'Free Zone', but this does not mean tourists can travel freely there. Every tourist should carry their passport and a valid Identity Card. You can go there by car, shuttle, or plane. Before choosing any mode of transport, you must check what things are allowed and what are not.

How cold does it get in Rocky Point Mexico? ›

The temperature in Rocky Point, Mexico, during the winter sees highs averaging in the low 70s with nights in the 50s. At any time of year, Rocky Point weather can be affected by the southernmost edge of a cold front out of Canada.

Does it ever snow in Puerto Peñasco? ›

Winter (December through February)

Weather is somewhat cool this time of year in Puerto Penasco to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 71.5°F (21.9°C) and 66.8°F (19.3°C). On average, it rains or snows a insignificant amount: consistently 0 times per month.

Is there Mcdonald's in Puerto Penasco? ›

mcdonald's Puerto de La Paz, 83552 Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico.

Can I use US dollars in Rocky Point? ›

The currency in Puerto Penasco is the Mexican peso but all the local merchants accept US dollars and actually prefer them. Most restaurants and bars also publish their rates in US dollars.

Does Rocky Point have a curfew? ›

There is no longer a curfew. Wearing a mask is mandatory in all public places. Masks are also mandatory in vehicles with 2 or more passengers. Restaurants, bars and night clubs are allowed to operate at 50% capacity and they close at 11pm.

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