Date of Stay: March, 2013
A very nice little park. Staff was friendly and helpful. Restrooms very clean and had showers. They have a pool fed by mineral spring that is warm water. Within walking distance to the town where there is a restaurant, store, and gas station. It was a very pleasant experience and we will plan our next Death Valley experience around this park, by staying longer and using it as a base. I can't remember the exact price, but it was in the $20 range and well worth the money. Don't expect good WiFi, the entire town is difficult to get WiFi and cell service.
Date of Stay: December, 2008
Managers very friendly and helpful. Starry nights are a wonder. Clean restrooms and showers. WIFI slow but free. No added cost, only $25 per night. Will come back for a longer stay on the trip home.
Date of Stay: November, 2004
We pulled in and were immediately invited to a potluck which they were having that evening in the recreation room. After a wonderful dinner and meeting some very nice people, we were given a calendar of events for the month. They have a variety of activities scheduled. We later found out that this is a winter visitor park and from about October until March or April, the park is full of people from all over the country (Canada too). They come to this park because it offers a lot for its guests. It is about 25 miles from Laughlin, Nevada - It is about five miles from the Colorado River and from the Golf course. Besides the rec. room activities, there are many other activities in and around the park such as hiking, dirt biking and jeeping. The guests are all friendly, the management is friendly, and we started out as intending to stay for 2 nights, wound up staying for the month, and we'll be back this winter for the season.