Date of Stay: January, 2010
This was my first trip to Death Valley, although this resort is great, the RV sites rough but large very large. They just put in 7-8 more sites while we were there and they were not nearly as big as ours. Some sites have cable others don't. There are a lot of full time trailers here. We would go back, the have a Cafe, a Saloon, a nicer restaurant and shops. We toured on our motorcycle in the day and had a blast. So much to see and the entire area is user friendly. There is golf, horseback riding, and lots of attractions. Great for families.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
We love this park, we have stayed here many times. We love the view, breathtaking! We have been able to ask for specific spots several times. This is a privately owned park and they are very nice and helpful. This is more an adult park or for young people, not kids. Besides staying in your RV they have a great tent area. We make an event of walking to the end of the park and going down the hill to the Seafood Patio Grill and Market. We get whole lobster every time it is like being on the east coast. It is not the easiest beach access but we get there, even with our grandson in a stroller once. We love staying in the cul-de-sac area, very private with a great deck overlooking the small canyon to the ocean. I would recommend this to all at least for one stay it is worth it. Also if you have an additional vehicle, there is great tourist places to go.