Salsipuedes is closed until further notice.
Salsipuedes is located between Rosarito and Ensenada on the northern Baja coast, roughly one hour south of the Tijuana/San Diego border. Salsipuedes offers great camping and great surfing as well. The land is privately owned and fairly secluded, which makes for a really enjoyable camping experience. It costs $5 to take your car down there for the day to go surfing. If you plan on camping on the point it costs $8 per night. There are also small cabins that can be rented out for $35 per night.
The north side of the point has a reef break with a shifty peak that can get good on the right tide and swell combination. The wave is fun for surfers at the intermediate level and up. The offshore kelp beds and mountains to the north keep the bay fairly clean and glassy when the north wind kicks up. There are some rocky spots on the inside, so use caution when the tide is medium/low.
On the south side of the point is a heavy righthand pointbreak that needs a huge north/northwest swell in order to break. This wave is for advanced surfers only and will normally require a bigger board to be surfed.