Date of Stay: February, 2012
The Nightly Rate reflects a Monthly fee of $500.00. I was also charged for electricity for the site. I stayed here over EIGHT (8) years ago and to tell the truth not much has changed over that time. Sites are all gravel with no concrete pad and there is also no table available. They all do have full hookups and there was no problem with the power hookup during my stay. Laundry Room - OK. Men's room and showers have just been all redone and were very clean. The owners are upgrading but really not that much done in eight years. Close to shopping and restaurants and has great access to I-17 and the 101 loop.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
Stayed for thirty days on a Thousand Trails special of $199.00 plus electric. A great 55+ resort with many activities. There is also a diner on site open for breakfast and lunch during the week, it is closed on weekends. Great office staff and there is 24 hour security. The resort has a separate pet area for animal lovers. You don't have to listen to barking dogs if you don't want to. There is much to do in the surrounding area. I would stay at this resort again.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Spent four days here after leaving Las Vegas. It was our first trip to Pahrump, it will not be our last. I have been RV'ing for over 30 years and have never seen cleaner rest rooms in my life. You could literally eat off the floors in the men room that I used. The entire Resort was maintained very well. Within walking distance to the two largest casinos in Pahrump. The only reason I can't give this property a "10" is because the interior roads and RV sites are all gravel and there is very little grass to be found.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Our nightly rate reflects purchase of a TT Zone Pass. The wife and I stayed for five days while I worked at a major auto auction in town. This is an old campground, not a resort. We have stayed in much nicer TT properties. There was a constant sewer gas smell around the entire area and talking with the staff were told it's because of an overloaded sewer system in Vegas. You must have a rubber sewer donut in order to dump your tanks because the sewer is not threaded at your site. Bathrooms were clean but very small and they need some TLC. Really can't complain too much because it is located close to the Strip. We would stay here again because of the convenience and the price was right, $0.00.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Nightly rate reflects membership in TT Zone Pass. My wife and I spent 10 days at this resort over the 4th of July. It was our first trip to this resort. The view from your campsite is like looking at a postcard. The mountain views are spectacular. You are a thirty minute ride down the mountain to the beaches at Santa Barbara or the little Danish town of Solvang. Don't miss either of these destinations. The staff were always friendly and the grounds and restrooms were clean. Food is available on weekends at breakfast, lunch and dinner and the food was good. The only negative item and the reason I can't give Rancho Oso a "10" is the entry road to the campground. It is approx 1.2 miles from the entry gate to the guard shack and the road has many sharp curves and is very narrow most of the way. There are very few areas for two RV's to pass each other on this entry road. Enter in the afternoon after people have left the resort in the AM.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
This was the second time my wife and I stayed at Eagle View and it won't be our last. Very friendly office staff on both visits. Both pet and family friendly. Restrooms were very clean . A nice touch is the FREE continental breakfast every morning. Many things to do in the area. Fountain Hills, Az is only three miles away. Easy to get to on good roads and there is a huge area for your rig to park at check-in. And don't forget about Ft McDowell Casino only 1/2 mile away. Free shuttle to the casino and there is good and inexpensive food there. Can't give the Resort a "10" because of the lack of mature shade trees. Basically no shade at all.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Our first stay at a Thousand Trails property and while talking to other RVers during our stay this is one of their best parks. It's an older park and needs some TLC. The restroom I used in the "C" area was clean and the park was generally well maintained. Most sites are 30 amp with only a few 50 amp available. Staff said they will upgrade sites to 50 amps during the off season over the next few years. Checking in at the guard gate during the winter months could take some time because there is only a single line and we had five units behind us on a Sunday in May. Interior roads are not very wide so be careful while driving in the park. Overall a good stay. Our nightly rate reflects the purchase of a "Zone Pass" for the southwest section of the United States.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
Have been coming to Lake Pleasant for over ten years and it only gets better. Most of the sites in the Roadrunner camping area overlook the lake, what a view. The park Hosts are great and many of them have been coming here for years. Years ago there was only 30 amp service but now there is 50 amp at all sites and I have never had an electrical problem. New since April of this year is the reservation system and I think it's a great idea. You never knew with the old first come first served system if you could get a site during busy holidays. You can make a reservation six months in advance. There is also a new marina on this side of the lake with a fantastic restaurant right on the lake. This is the best COUNTY or STATE camping facility I have stayed at.