The name comes from Huasca de Ocampo Huascazayola, meaning Place of Joy It was the first place called Magic Town because of his image and everyday life virtually stopped during the first half of the twentieth century and became a true cultural heritage. The charm of this town comes from its cobblestone streets, houses with porches and roofs uniform around beautiful lakes and forests, the handicraft market and the places where you can taste traditional dishes such as Hidalgo and escamoles chinicuiles. In Huasca de Ocampo is the Hacienda de San Juan Hueyapan, built in 1535 by a nephew of Hernán Cortés. This estate is considered the mother of the properties and still has talaveras, stables, barns and a chapel. In this town, the Conde de Regla prodigious estates built as part of the tour, including leading the Hacienda San Miguel Regla and Hacienda Santa Maria Regla. Las Peñas Air are located precisely in San Miguel Regla.