A free, small, 4 site city maintained RV park located on the I-80 business loop through Battle Mountain. On the North East corner of town, just west of a Shell gas station. There are two Shell stations on this loop a mile apart. The one on the west end may have better fuel prices. Four back in RV sites with 2 of them having water hydrants. All have picnic table and garbage can. Any size rig will fit. Good for an overnight and grocery store and eating places very close. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is a large gravel lot with lots of permanent residents. The park was clean with level sites and hook ups in the proper place. Our dog was not happy with no grass anywhere to do his business. This park makes a good 1 night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great one night stop on our way to Grand Tetons from Lake Tahoe. Two very large, brand new rest rooms. Staff not on site except late in the day, but instructions are clear and envelopes and a payment slot are handy. Overnighter pull through spots are clearly marked. Long term residents come and go from mining sites but are very quiet and respectful. Laundromat on site. Very clean and well maintained RV parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price is for 50amp & tax. Nice, clean, new park. Very convenient to I-80 in Battle Mountain. If you need a place for overnight in this area, this is neat as a pin. Large pull throughs most campers are here full-time, but are neat & clean. And, as the other reviewers stated, you can walk to the grocery store, Family Dollar, even McDonald's. Would definitely stay here again if passing through the area. They take only self contained units, not bathrooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is like a stage coach stop of old. It is good for an overnight, passing through, site. It has good gravel, long pull throughs and takes cash or checks only (put into a mail box). The Wi-Fi is fair (slow) and the cable TV was out when we were here. It is close to a RR track and a little tough to find. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you're driving through and need a place to stop for the night, this will work. I can't imagine why else you would go here. They were very nice, but there is really no attraction here. Its sort of a dumpy area. The sites are pull-through gravel and were fairly level, but needed a slight amount of side-to-side leveling. The hookups are very new and in good order. The website advertised Wi-Fi and Cable TV, but neither worked. It was very quiet on a Saturday night. It has a graveyard along one side, if that bothers you. I didn't even notice until the morning. The only hospital for many, many miles is right across the street if you have medical concerns. I don't think there were any bathrooms/showers. Compared to many places we have overnighted that were not much better, their price of $27 is reasonable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a new park with huge spaces for long rigs. Easy to walk to Fast Food restaurants, grocery store, drug store and Family Dollar. We were the only over nighter but it worked out fine. I did not see any restrooms or laundry. Manager was on hand to assist us. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is old, run down, many electrical stanchions do not work. Many semi permanent residents with items piled around their RV. Large dogs chained up near my neighbor. This place is a dump and Flying J truck stop should be ashamed to have it as part of their property. Employees at the fuel desk at the truck stop take your money and registration. They could care less about your satisfaction or dissatisfaction. NOT worth the money, but all across Nevada RV parks are full of pipeline workers so space availability is not good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is also called the Broadway Flying J. We came here after being turned away at an RV park in Carlin. All we needed was a place with hookups for the night. The site we were assigned to was short for a 42' coach towing a Jeep Liberty. Since the park isn't busy there was no problem leaving it on, the interior roads are very wide. There is a new park near the center of town, but I couldn't find any information except the sign Clark Park. That park is also all gravel but isn't cluttered by unsightly long term RVs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is basically a park for long-term residents. It is very "primitive," but did have big-rig space. Not a pretty place at all, just convenient if you need to stop in the middle of Nevada. We camped here in a Motorhome.