We tend to stay away from established tourist areas, going for the more remote areas. If this fits your bill, here are a few. In Baja, a few places to consider, not in any particular order. San Pedro de Matir Park. Great camping in pretty high altitude, rare in Baja. If you are really gonzo, climb Picacho del Diablo, @ 10,000+ feet, the highest peak in Baja. Go to Bay of LA, but turn North to Punta la Gringa. Far better camping and great clams. Some excellent ruins there, but hard to find. For remote, and I mean remote camping, go to any of the "Seven Sisters". Long drive on often not very good roads, but some really outstanding beaches, points and exploring to do out there. In San Quintin, go to Punta San Quintin, you will need a sand worthy vehicle. I drive a Dodge diesel and I can make it. Some excellent exploring on the dormant volcanoes, seal rookery and shipwrecks. If you are REALLY in an exploring mood, go to Mission San Miguel, next to Catavenia. Probably the worst road in existence, but well worth the visit to the water and palm oasis and old Jesuit Mission at the end. Get a load of soccer balls and give them to the kids. I always give them to the youngest and smallest kid in the group. Buy bottled water only. Gas or diesel is no problem, Pemex is well established. Treat the locals with respect. Help others who are stranded, they may be the ones helping you next. If you can, get the "Baja Almanac", both North and South. Lots of excellent maps. The "Baja Adventure Book" is a good resource. Good luck, have fun.