Date of Stay: February, 2007
Voyager is huge. 1500 lots. It is so big that you usually don't see the same person twice. As a result, it seems as though people aren't as friendly here. Lots of activities here. How many does a person need? While there are 3 pools and 2 hot tubs, they are in a boring, unimaginative setting. Very clean park.
Date of Stay: January, 2005
Great location, next to Wally World and one block from I-75. Newer park that is very well maintained. The overnight/short term spots are all pull throughs but a little close together IMHO. All RV spots are blacktoped. Long term spaces are huge but not paved. The roads are all wide, paved and gently lit. Dislikes: no picnic tables anywhere. One trash collection location in this big park. The area is a little bit boring. Bottom line: A very nice place. We'll come back.
Date of Stay: October, 2004
On the north end of town (away from the Strip.) It's 10 minutes from downtown and about 20 minutes to the Strip. Quite a few long term residents. Paved roads with gravel mostly pull through sites of average width. Each site seemed to have a tree. No stores within easy walking distance. The park is on a major bus line. Park is quiet, well lit with a very good security system (remote controlled gated park.) This park had the cleanest and nicest restrooms I have ever seen at an RV park. Just beautiful (really). It is the only park that I preferred using their showers to using my own. The pool is very nice with translucent walls around it to keep out dust and provide some privacy. I would stay here again because I don't go down to the Strip much.
Date of Stay: July, 2004
A lot of long term residents in this park. I hated the fact that this park is right next to I-5. Even worse it is next to a (slight) down grade that cause you to sometime get the engine braking noise from the big rigs. The pool and restrooms are all concrete (yuck). There are no other amenities that I saw. All of the sites are back ins and are a combo of grass and gravel of average size.