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I like this part and I think the value is excellent, but I can't believe they only have two washers and two dryers come on Really, and one of the washers didn't work so they only really have one. I think next time I'm through here I'm going to try the Spanish Gardens it's cheaper and the reviews are even better than this park. I love the long pull thrus, I like the grass I even like the shade the food is not bad at the casino so we shall see this is a nice park it just needs a little more accommodations for the RV people (laundry in particular) you do have access to all the casino facilities, it is a great place to layover in the summertime it's cool and you need that before you hit the hot desert.

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We use this park exclusively now for hot August nights, convenience, price, and plenty a room to get around. We did have to skip this year because of commitments back east so we only stayed one night so our reservations were held for next year(very accommodating). One thing I did notice we stayed further back in the park then we normally stay and you could hear the air traffic overhead which really surprised me, try to get up closer to the front of the RV park and you will eliminate this option. Price included tax with a good Sam discount, we will be back.

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I like this park but, I am a little disappointed on the fact that they let all the landscaping turn to weeds and dandy lions that they were putting in two years ago waking me up at 6 AM in the morning. The park is very tight getting in and out with big rigs I saved a guy from Florida probably $20,000 had I not started banging on his motorhome before he clipped the restroom about midway prior to leaving the park. Be careful on your departure swing out keep them wheels straight until you are clear to cut in if you have room otherwise get a couple of spotters a lot of vehicles get damaged in this park. I think the value of this park is a little high considering they are part of the casino. I probably will try to look for other options but can't guarantee it just seems like everything's a little bit run down, used and abused.

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The rate reflects electricity and all hookups including cable. We like this park and this is the second time we have been here but it lacks the activities that we are used to seeing in this type of park, meaning swimming pool, tennis courts, pickleball courts, etc. but we were only here for a two week stand and looking at various places to stay longer. We did have to leave early because of medical issues back at home we were not offered any kind of refund or credit for the following year. As mentioned before, a park this size should have a dog run in lieu of just going to the front of the street and letting your dog do its thing since it has such tight rules for in the park. The people here are very friendly. It takes a little while to get to know them because it is a tight community but once you're in you seem to be in (whatever that means). We will probably stay somewhere else next time because of activities but if you're here for a short time this park works great.

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We like this park the rate reflects a coupon obtained in Quartzsite. The park itself has a nice layout, the back ins along the entrance have a great view of the Colorado River and casinos lit up at night. The park is showing a little wear; it could use some TLC. For some reason the cable TV is snowy, most people put their antennas up, don't know what the situation is here, didn't really want to ask. For this rate we would definitely stay here again. This is probably our fourth time staying here; very convenient to golfing, the river, the casinos and the shopping you need to do, it works out great.

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This was used in transition to a campground in Bullhead city. At first I thought it was free when I went in to give them my information that's when they made me aware it was five dollars which I had no problem with because when you have to pay in a parking lot it keeps the riffraff out. There are people that stay in this parking lot all winter; they let you dump once a week and fill up with water. It's not a bad situation if you don't mind being on asphalt. I don't know if I would want to be here when they have an event or a gets crowded you would be packed in like sardines, but the gentleman next to me said it never gets crowded and he's been there since October so I can't answer that other than what he told me. I would not have a problem staying here again as it was very quiet. Everybody there seem to respect the generators better then some of the dry camping campgrounds I've been in, so there you have it.

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This park is big, and if you are a RV you are intertwined with residents that are there with permanent set trailers. For being such a big park unorganized as far as getting people situated and not having them move every day. The park has activities that anybody can get involved in, their swimming pool area and restaurant and bar very very nice. We had several parks we wanted to visit, this was one of them. We probably will bypass this one next time, but it is one that everybody should experience at least once.

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I like this park because it is clean, secure and convenient, and one of the best things I like about it is the price or value. We have stayed here many times in the past and one of the biggest things that I guess you could say I dislike is their sewer hook up; it is a combined shared hole with you and your neighbor. The area around that hook up is what I call probably unsanitary and one of the things I do is spray the area with bleach before I hook up but I do this at every park so nothing out of the usual, but I also bungee cord my water hose, water filters anything that touches the ground except the sewer hose up on the poles that they have surrounding the hook ups. Be prepared for nothing but a concrete slab and full hookups and you will not be disappointed. Will I stay here again, you bet.

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Convienience has its price and this campground is a good example of that. We stayed here five days because of a car show and other business we had going in the area and we will probably have to do it again sometime but there is certain things that could be cleaned up a little especially around the water hookup and dump areas. Parking is a disaster for your tow vehicle. If you are wanting to leave early the next morning it may not happen with the way people park there vehicles diagonally in front of their rigs. The whole park has a dumpy, pardon the expression, Trailer Trash appeal, mainly with the way its laid out more than what actually is parked in the spot. But with all being said it is quiet, feels safe, and is very convenient to the fairgrounds and Bay Area. I think the rates are about ten dollars to high but this is the Bay Area, with nowhere else to camp nearby, so there you have it. ENJOY!!

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The only reason I stay at this park is because it takes Passport America and there are times in the past that I had to use it because of convenience but no more. The park is noisy, has no shade and the wind blows through there at minimum of 40 miles an hour. Look,they do have some very nice amenities but not enough for me to stay there. Like I said if it was not for Passport America I would not stay there, there are so many other options in the area.

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Occasionally we have to stay here but i only stay here when PA discount applies (starts Oct. 1st). This time we got the site right along Hwy 395, traffic noise was an issue along with the dust from the afternoon winds. The cable is free but a office person has to hook it up to the back of your TV with a refundable 75 dollar deposit (we passed on this). I will try to stay in other parks during the summer, but when the PA discount is in effect we will stay here.

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Very nice park the first time we've ever stayed here. I've passed this park up going out of Reno so many times this time I thought we'd spend a week there just to see what it was like and we were pleasantly surprised. The rate we paid was for a weekly rate. I like this park because it has a nice view of the surrounding mountains the traffic noise from I 80 does not seem to be a problem. It's close enough to Reno if you want to go into Reno not a problem. The restaurant out front has decent food and is very reasonable. We would definitely stay here again.

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Another old NF campground now being run by concessionaires. This is right off of 395 so you do get traffic noise, some spots more than others. The campground seemed in need of some TLC. You are close to the town of Walker but remember this campground is strictly dry camping. There is fishing in the Walker which runs along side the campground. I would probaly skip this campground next time.

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I like this park but it seems overpriced by about at least five dollars. Several loops to choose from with all great views of something. Lots of deer in campground this time of year (safe haven from hunters maybe??!). Water spigots spread throughout loops for water access or refill your tank. There is a dump station(ten dollars) at entrance of park. This park is run by concessionaires which sets the rate.

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Dry camping at its best with a few water spickits thru-out the campground. This time of year you can pick your spot and which loop you want to be in. Deer come right up to your campsite.There is a store and laundrymat near by if need be.This time of year is nice after Labor Day so crowds are down and it makes for a great camping experience.