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Decent enough park for a couple nights. We came here to do a Turquoise Dig at the Otteson mine and the selection of RV parks in Tonopah is very limited. No reservations are accepted, but we arrived early and didn't have a problem. Tonight, however, the park is full. The RV park is located behind the Tonopah Station Hotel/Casino there is W/E/S; WiFi is from the hotel, no cable, and no TV reception here so unless you travel with your Direct or Dish you may miss your favorite TV show! ha! Restrooms and showers really need a thorough cleaning - not acceptable in our opinion. Try the Mizpah hotel cafe, it is good.

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We are heading home after spending the winter in the Southwest. We saw this park driving into town and decided to try it. Previous we had stayed at other parks in Beatty on the way home. We were greeted warmly and getting into our pull through spot was a piece of cake. This park offers W/E/S/C and Wi-Fii plus, since the hotel is owned by the same company, when you stay at the RV park you can use the hotel pool/spa. The restrooms are large and super clean as is the laundry room. Yes, it is gravel which may be a problem if it rains but we will stay here again.

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Stayed here a week and don't think we would come back. Restrooms were in horrible shape; broken door latches, old shower curtains, and certainly not clean. Laundry room is old and tired. Actually most of the park is old and tired. There are nicer parts but seem to be full timers with park models. I think the big draw for this place is the $370.00 - $470.00 monthly winter rate for snowbirders. The pads on the lake have no sewer, and you can pay for a pump out (monthly rates get 2 pumps a week at no charge). The electrical at our site didn't have full amperage, and we didn't want to use our microwave for fear of burning it out. I guess certain parts of the park have this issue. Our pad did not have a cement patio, just sand/dirt. So if you're looking for a cheap place to stay for a couple months on the lake this is it, but remember you get what you pay for.