Coco's Corner - Baja California, Mexico (N 29 31'1.45" W 114 17'28.03")
About 22 miles south of Gonzaga Bay, on the main gravel road (portions are now paved) that heads south to the main highway situated in the desert. Coco's Corner is a unique and wonderful place to stop the vehicle, get out and stretch, drink in the dry Baja air and buy a beer or soda.
Here you will find Coco himself, whose hospitality and witty humor has become well know to many travels. At his place you will find a cafe and a camp site, (no hookups).
Coco is retired and setup the camping site alone a path commonly used by the Score International Baja 1000 off road race.
2014 Tecate Score Baja 1000
Coco's Corner is approximately 450 miles south of Ensenada on the Baja 1000 off road race route. Motorcycles and Quads will be passing first having started at 6:00AM, larger vehicles will be following within 6 hours. Nearly half way through the race vehicles will begin passing Coco's Corner starting in the evening and going into the night.
46th Tecate Score Baja 1000
Passing Coco's for the 46th race, on or about the 350th mile mark. With the first place teams completing the race in 24 hours that places the time for racers to begin passing around 10th to 12th hour after the start of the race. First to start will be Motorcycles, this year there will be a larger spread in time before larger vehicles begin.