Date of Stay: July, 2009
We arrived after 9:00 p.m., with no expectations, just looking for hookups and to sleep. We were surprised. Excellent check in service and we learned there is cable available at each site - was not mentioned in our guidebook. The park has ample size sites. We had a problem with the sewer hookup - apologies were made and we were given a new site immediately. The office is open until 11:00 p.m.. That was refreshing. Sites are gravel/grass. Many have large mature trees. The park is a short distance off the I-15 with easy on/off.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
This is a very large park with much to offer. Beach, pool, parks, laundry, store, shuttle bus, marina & boat rentals, skateboard park, market, cafe and more. This is a great location for children. We camped in G36. The space is so tight that we were unable to fully extend our awning. Our rig was literally on top of two (2) fire rings and we were unable to enjoy an evening fire. We need 50 amps and this was confirmed on our reservation (internet reservations must be paid at the time reservations are made) When we arrived, the site only had 30 amp. Quite hours do not begin until 11:00 p.m.. Privacy is an issue. At all hours of day and night, children running through space. Rentals, such as jet skis are very expensive. The location is tremendous. 15 minutes to Sea World. You can see the Sea World fireworks at night. Right on the bay. There is no better weather than on the Southern California ocean front (bay front) than the summer. I would give a higher review except for the lack of privacy, reservation snafu and tight space.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
Very pleasant campground - we had space #25, mostly level. Fire ring & table at site. Shaded with olive trees (caution! Olives on ground!). This is park is adjacent to L.A. and attracts many families. Park has snack bar. Golf cart sells both ice and firewood. Very nice get away; enjoyable. Fishing & boat rentals at lake. Snack bar.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Your opinion of this park will depend on the space you are assigned. Many are narrow and are asphalt with gravel (rather large lave rock gravel) or out and out dirt. No trees, shrubs or green. The remainder of the spots are asphalt and have ample room for both large rigs, toads and slides. We camped at space #464. It's an "end" and is adjacent to a nicely landscaped area, with shrubs, small trees and decorative rocks bordering the site. Small store with supplies and limited food. Major shopping within 2.5 miles. Of course, this is Nevada and the adjoining hotel has a large casino ready to let you spend your money with them. Must declare your pet and pay $5.00 per pet per day. Dog run is dirt. If you are charged a pet surplus, that money should be used to enhance pet areas. No cable! That was a surprise! It's not out of order, they just don't have cable. The park's internet is very expensive, about $5.00/hour or $16/day. Bring your own cell phone wi-fi card. Excellent connections for both your cell phone and wi-fi card. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: December, 2007
This park is just south of the famous Las Vegas strip. Trolley service available to the strip and casino's ($2.50/day, unlimited use). Also dedicated regular service to local casino's nearby. The park is near the airport, but noise is not a problem. Across the freeway from a Bass Pro Shop, fun to visit anytime. The swimming pools are heated (great this time of year), there is a small cafe on site and convenience/supply store. Lobby area is similar to a grand hotel. I did not give a 10 because many of the sites are piggy back. This often requires some rigs to back in. Your neighbor is either right in front of you or right behind you. Pull through sites look teriffic - those spaces have a picnic table and grass. Pet owners, note: there is a $50 fine for not cleaning up after your pet and there is a $25.00 reward for those who report non-compliant pet owners. We stayed here over the New Year's weekend. This park has festivities and a party planned, including dinner and drinks for $30/person.
Date of Stay: November, 2007
Fine park. Near train, but no noise at night. Great place to watch the old coal trains go/come from Grand Canyon. We camped in November: leaves from trees were gone and grass was dormant. In spring/summer, must be nice. No freeway noise. Very quiet area. Office staff helpful and polite. I would give higher marks, but this appeared to be a short stop, rather than a long stay. No fire rings and just a few tables. Most spots are pull through.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
Lovely location, but dirt and some gravel sites. Spaces are very tight and ours (#5) required quite a bit of maneuvering to get enough room for both glides to open. This must be the ATV capital of the world. The city has marked ATV trails and sells maps of the trial system. Good if you like ATVs.
Date of Stay: April, 2007
This is nothing more than an asphalt parking lot with back to back parking. The strip location is not worth staying in a parking lot. Other Las Vegas parks may offer transportation to strip, consider those instead. Pool was overflowing with children, office was hot. Extremely busy location. Our experience was so poor that I am now gun shy of all RV parks and will research parks to the death before making another reservation. Extremely disappointed.