The campsite "Las Tejas" is great, althrough there are many facilities like a deli to buy food (although the bathrooms are not the cleanest). Those who do not want to sleep in tents can be accommodated in an old boat that is on the ground and used as a hotel or in train cars set up the same way. There are ducks, chickens, sheep, peacocks and even lions. At the campsite you can eat on lounge chairs beside the Paraná or go and eat on the ship refitted for this purpose. How to get there: From Federal Capital, the Pan-American head towards Pilar - Bell, then go toward Gualeguaychu Escobar. Cross the Zarate bridge. Once you pay the toll and just go down the same turn to the right onto a paved road that leads to the campsite. The campsite is in the province of Buenos Aires, on the border with the province of Entre Rios.