Date of Stay: July, 2015
We liked the mature shade trees and the wide space between sites. Plenty of room for slide outs. A very quiet park. KOAs are always more expensive but I think this place was worth it. The only bad space is #1. All gravel, near road behind the office.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
Very friendly staff. Escorted us to our site which was very level with plenty of room for slide outs. All sites are pull through. Overnighters are in the center and monthlies are around the edges. Exceptionally clean restrooms and showers. Good park for an overnight stay. Some road noise from I-80.
Date of Stay: September, 2014
We like this place. Friendly staff. About half the spaces are sunbirds who come to Flagstaff to get out of the heat. Friendly folks. Park is very clean. Had no problems getting or staying level. Not sure why other reviewers had a problem. Space 35 was plenty wide for slide-outs and our truck. No smoking anywhere, which we liked. Missed not having a pool for exercise but that was the only issue. We would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
Fairly new RV park with nice wide spaces. Easy to maneuver. Staff was friendly though the paperwork was more than we expected. The street address is at a back gate that is closed, so don't use your GPS. Enter in front of the Smith's parking lot. Showers and bathrooms are large and very clean. Rate is for a pull-through including taxes. Only downside is no pool or spa. We definitely would stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
Easily the cleanest and best RV park in Elko. In fact, we think it is the best RV park on I-80 outside of Reno. About 2/3 of the spaces are taken by long term residents but their units are kept clean and people are quite friendly. This park fills up quickly in the summer months so it is best to have reservations. Consider staying a couple of days and visit the spectacular Lamoille Canyon just 20 miles south in the Ruby mountains.
Date of Stay: March, 2013
Very nice, new park with large sites. Friendly staff will guide you to your site. Entrance is NOT on Old Mill Road, though that is their address. Instead, turn left on Hillside (at the Smith's gas station) to get to the entrance. If all you want is a cheap one night, then go to the casino RV park. But if you're going to stay a few days and want a reasonable rate for a clean, spacious, quiet park, stay here.
Date of Stay: February, 2013
Very clean and pretty quiet as long as you don't get into the back-in sites by the gate and road. No kids allowed. Lots of snowbirds here, but it is a big park and has lots of spaces for overnighters. Clean showers and bathrooms. Very friendly staff. We really like this place. All sites were $29 for a limited time special rate.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
Far enough off the Hwy to be quiet. Level sites with mature shade trees. Friendly staff. Very knowledgeable about the area 4wd rentals available. We think it is the best full service RV park in Torrey.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
This is an immaculate park. Friendly staff, easy access to sites, and as others point out, lots of amenities. Shuttle to Zion NP is $7 round trip. Only issues were minor. Site was not all that level and they only have 6 bathroom/shower rooms. If you want to use them in the morning, you'll have to get in line. Cable TV is not available in Virgin. Wi-Fi was weak. No service for AT&T cell phones.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
This is an older park with sites terraced into a hillside. Owners were friendly. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Sites were adequate though a large motorhome might only fit in one or two locations. Not a problem for us, though. Very close to Yosemite entrance which is a big plus. Pool and spa are available next door. WiFi can be accessed there as well for a fee. We liked the place.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Not a resort by any means but the fundamentals are all here and work well. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi was very strong and fast.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
Casa Blanca opens the Oasis RV Park for overflow during the winter. The spaces there are larger and easier to navigate. Still, it's just asphalt with hookups. The pool and showers at Oasis are open and quite nice. But it's a hike to the Casa Blanca casino and there is no shuttle. Still, the price is right, it's convenient for an overnight stay and we'd stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
We really like this place as an overnight. Spaces are level, wide, easy to navigate, and have a strip of lawn between sites. Staff is very friendly. We hiked the trails nearby but were warned of recent bear visits in the area. Didn't see any but we know to make noise as we hike. Two for one coupons for the dining room are provided and a free bag of ice when you leave. Casino is a bit shabby but we didn't stay there to gamble. We stay here at least once a year on our way to California.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
Mature trees everywhere, easy to navigate, fairly level sites. Only issues are the ducks which some people love but which leave a mess behind. We didn't feed them, so they tended to leave us for the other campers who did. Showers have a very small common area for changing but the showers were clean. Very friendly and helpful staff and fine amenities. Convenient to the fairgrounds next door. We're planning on returning next year.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Fine for an overnight. Level gravel sites with good WiFi and cable TV. Chinese restaurant next door. Very friendly staff. We stayed here twice. Train tracks are nearby but didn't bother us. Very clean restrooms and showers.