Date of Stay: October, 2011
We did not stay at this park. Found out when we arrived that they don't allow children at all. Would have been nice to know before getting into town.
Date of Stay: December, 2010
Campground itself is good. Wi-Fi is good. Sites are level and gravel. No grass. Many long term rigs. Felt safe. Our electric was only 30 amp but no issues. Did not use restrooms, laundry or other services. Would be a 6 and maybe 7 except it is in the flightpath of Nellis Air Force Base. Fighter jets and large airplanes flew overhead as early as 7:30 am until 10 at night. Not good for our infant daughter's sleep habits. We may stay here again as long as we have plans and are not in the park during the day.
Date of Stay: November, 2010
We have stayed here frequently. The old manager is gone. He may have been a bit of a jerk, as previously discussed here in this forum, but he kept the place up well and made sure everyone was respectful of the park and the guests. Things have changed and it seems to be going down hill. It always has been concrete slabs and not much more. No fire pits or picnic tables. It's an RV park, not a campground. The new management is removing trees - they took out the palm next to our site and left a muddy hole there for four days before filling it in. Not sure why they are doing that - it's not like they were in the way or anything. The park has many residents. In the past, they didn't really "look" like residents. There were no decks or storage sheds there, but that seems to be changing. The quality of the residents is going down hill too. One guy recently tried to kill himself and burnt up his RV. A month later and it is still there - charred remains with caution tape around it. Our opinion of the residents is not only based on this one person. The grounds were always well kept, but again, that is changing. Maintenance seems to have stopped. Lights are out at the sites and they are not being changed. The park seems dirtier than it was in the past. It is close to shopping, and if you are on the east side of the park, there is little highway noise. It smells like garlic a good part of the year - but after all, it is the garlic capital of the world. Internet is good and free. Pool is nicely kept. It is the only thing for kids to do - no activities or anything like that. Laundry is clean, but don't do it on Sunday. One woman sits in there all day and says "oh, you might not want to wait because I have 4 more loads to do." And she does this every Sunday. Our biggest complaint is that they raised the rates. Earlier this year they were charging only $25 for the back in sites. When we returned at the end of the summer, they had raised it to $40. They discount "everyone" for a $36 rate, but there is no weekly discount, only if you do monthly. It's high for what you get here. We stay here frequently, mainly because it is much better then the dump down the road, and we have to be in the area. We are actively looking for a better place because we can see this one going down hill.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
Very large park, mostly residents, many in park models or travel trailers. Minimal parking at sites, therefore, residents vehicles over-flowed into the streets, and the roads were tight. This made it difficult to maneuver a 40 foot RV. We've seen worse, but it wasn't as easy as you would think. They have a picnic table at the site, and the wireless worked most of the time. It's free and unlocked. Pool looked nice but we didn't use it, nor did we use any of the facilities there. The lower rating is because of noise. I can't say whether it was only one person that was very noisy, or many of them when they went to work in the morning. However, my daughter was woken up about four times due to noise outside. This is a kid who sleeps very well in a truck stop, if that tells you anything. We didn't feel like it was worth the price paid, but there are very few options in the area.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
We spent one overnight stay here in a big rig. Front desk person was very nice. Once we got in, there were cars parked everywhere, including in the roadway. Security gates did not work and "have not worked in years" according to the desk person. Laundry was propped open and there were people just hanging out there, such that my wife did not feel safe. Children were running around in the streets until late at night. It is off the freeway and fairly quiet, and there is easy access in and out. We stay in the area frequently and most likely will not stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We had a nice time at this resort. Hosts are friendly, sites are nice size, had a picnic table and concrete pad. We were initially in the 50 amp sites, #1-6. At the time, these were the only 50 amp sites, and they were all back in. It looks like they have now added additional 50 amp pull through sites. Our site #1 had an amazing view. Many of the sites have a view of the canal, which is just across the street. Internet was good. They have a hot tub and a small picnic grove where there are BBQs for your use. Laundry room was clean, but didn't use bathrooms. Site was fairly level, but they had wood available to help if you'd need it. There is also a hotel here for friends who do not own RVs. There are no fire pits, but we would not have used them anyway. No "activities" for kids, but again, we would not have used them. It's an RV park, not a campground, but it's not a bunch of concrete slabs. We love the area and will definitely stay here again.