The 3 private hot pools are the attraction for soaking, not swimming, it's too shallow. This park has new owners. It is located 5 miles north of Beatty on Hwy. 95. Friendly manager. Some highway noise. Lots of birds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not your average stop over. Right off the road but there are 3 private hot springs. There are three different temperatures and you get a key for 20 minutes. When you are done you can check it out again if no one is waiting. Definitely would stay here again. A bit noisy near the road and not a great camping type site but the hot springs make up for all of it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small, and very clean park with nice trees, easy access and friendly staff. It's close to the Highway, but noise at night was not bad. The hot springs was our draw, and they were great. The pools are small, housed in 3 separate ancient railroad buildings with varying temperatures and sand floors. Primitive and private with lockable doors and small dressing areas. Even though very old, the place had character, was immaculate and very well maintained. We felt safe staying there after a weeks tour of Death Valley. Definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much to look at, but the private hot springs are great, especially after 10 hours on the road. Managers were very friendly and helpful. I will definitely stop again for a night's rest and soak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I really liked this place due to its quiet setting and rustic setting. This is right on 95 so, one does hear road noise in the background, but after awhile I completely forgot it. Several large cottonwood trees dot the RV Park setting. The road and pads are compressed dirt. Picnic tables are throughout. The best thing about this park is its natural hot springs. There are 3 of them with varying temperatures. The staff was friendly and helpful. I didn't use their bathrooms; however, I got a peak. They are relatively clean and functional, but definitely not 5 star. Absolutely no cell phone service or Wi-Fi. I didn't even attempt the satellite TV. It appears that this RV Park needs a lot of upgrades, repairs and remodeling and it is on the market to be sold. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park and the hot springs are for sale, the camp has water and electric only and sewer hookups for minimum one week stays only. There apparently are problems here and we moved down the road to another park which has 50 amp full hookup sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical Nevada small town park with trees and some grass, however, it is rustic (no cable or internet). The owners are friendly, very helpful and accommodating. The spring fed hot baths are delightful and the high point of our stay. Each bath is private, with dressing room and pool. Be sure to take shower shoes as the stairs and pool bottom are hard on the feet (the pool bottoms are natural rock and sand). The water is pristine, has no mineral smell and does not dry out your skin. The park is pet friendly but be aware that a coyote walked right through by the back of our trailer so watch your pets. There are lovely views, the sites are pull through and large but the roads and sites are dirt. We stayed two nights in a fifth wheel and will stay again when traveling this way. If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A delightful find in the desert. Located about five miles north of Beatty on US 95. Campground dirt, under lots of cottonwood trees. The highlight are the natural hot springs which have been made into three pools of varying temperatures. Each pool is covered by a building for privacy and shade. Pools are extremely clean. This was a welcome find after a long day on the road. We would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small park located on the highway. It has several private hot springs bathhouses that are included in the nightly price. Clean and perfect for that one night that you need to get off the road. It is also good for longer term to explore Death Valley area. We stay here every time we head south towards Vegas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park looks very basic as you drive into it and doesn't have a lot of amenities, but don't let that put you off. The lady who checked us in came out from the office to greet us as we drove in and was very cheerful and welcoming. She escorted us to our spot and made sure we were settled in OK. The sites are gravel and set up a little unusually. Rigs are parked first in one row and then rigs are parked in a row behind the first row. Rigs in the first row can drive out frontwards, but those in the row behind must back out unless the one in front has departed. The bathrooms are unisex and there are just two of them, but they are spotlessly clean and attractive. It appeared that they had been very recently remodeled. Each restroom has a toilet, sink and very large tiled shower. WiFi worked well. This was a very good deal for the price and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this place. It is rustic but clean and on the highway but not noisy at all at night. We had to leave the RV and go to Elko for 4 days and the management was very nice in parking us in a spot up close to the manager. They kept an eye on it while we were gone. Price was right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small clean park. We were only going to stay one night but ended up staying two. Good location for visiting Death Valley. Lady working check in was very nice & took us to our site. The park was not crowded & we liked the idea of them leaving an empty site between each RV that was there. We enjoyed our stay & the fact that it was $20. There is highway noise but we cranked the fan on high at night to drown out the truck noise. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Manager came out to meet us as we drove up, guided us to our site and stayed to ensure everything was satisfactory. Large pull throughs. Alongside Hwy 95 so quite noisy, but we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very clean RV Park. It appears nearly new. Gravel throughout with long easy pull throughs. These are tandem pull throughs, but it wasn't an issue as the park was not full when we were there. Easy access from US 95 and a good value for the price. Friendly accommodating manager directed us to our site. We would definitely choose this park again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An adequate overnight park before shooting down into Death Valley. Restroom/shower facility clean and tidy, but only two unisex units for the whole park. Tight spaces, at least one of which (ours) required leveling. No picnic tables or fireplaces--no room for them, since the next rig is about 8-10 feet away. That friendly lady greeting you and showing you your space is an asset, all right. She's a peach, but this park is really not much more than a parking lot with full hookups. We'd stay again, though; it met our needs very well. All we needed was a place to stay the night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little park. The manager greats you as you arrive and escorts you to your site; she was great. It is, however, right next to US-95, and the truck noise is exceptionally loud, and you do not drown it out by turning on a fan. The front row is great for a pull through, but the row behind is not. But we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. It is not a top of the line but the sites are level, with packed gravel, services are good. Water is 50 PSI. Wi-Fi is reasonable, but it is Hughes Net which means no heavy upload and downloading. Good for email and general Internet use. Host meets you as you drive in and escorts you to your site. As previously mentioned, this little campground has the nicest restroom/shower of any small campground I have been in. It is as good as the 10/10/10 huge expensive parks and better than a lot that I have been in. What I also like is, both rooms have full facilites. Toilet, sink and cabinet, very large shower and tile on all surfaces. The only unusual thing about this park is the manner in how the services are laid out. Something like you can pull in a site and someone else will back in behind you unless you have a motohome. It is right beside hwy US-95 and some of the traffic can be a bit loud, but turn on your bedroom fan and you will have no problem. Compared to a lot of campgrounds I have been to, this one I will stay at again when I return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Beatty RV Park has undoubtedly got the nicest bathrooms I've come across. (Even the little lady agreed, heh-heh.) Not often you see a four by six shower with marble walls and one of those bowed out shower curtain rods. Not to mention the regular shower head, not one of those, ah say, not one of those stingy shower heads that feel more like a fine mist at an amusement park than a real shower head. And, the rest of the bathroom was appointed with fixtures you'd expect in the big suite. When we first pulled in to the park we saw a covey of quail. Owner tells me she feeds them twice a day, along with several wild rabbits and crows. Sites were all level, the lamp post beside our site could be turned off at night, which was nice since our feline likes to entertain herself by looking out the front window. And, the sewer access was right at ground level, which makes it easier for folks like us that have our outlets nine inches off the ground. Did I call this an eight, why heck, let's make this a nine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gave it a ten because it met all our expectations. There's just not that much out there along this stretch of road, and looking at the other parks in the area, this one was hands down better. Big rig pull thrus, functional hookups. No cable or antenna TV. Super friendly staff that helped us out to take a trip to Death Valley and Rhyolite and was full of local information. Great laundry facility as well. Great for an overnight or couple days to see the sights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Parked in #1 site which has decent shade in the afternoons. There are very few sites with shade and then only in the afternoons. Host met us outside as we drove in which is a nice change! He took us to our site (pull-through) and lined us up on the utilities. There are two well maintained, private rest rooms/showers available which were the most spacious showers we have found on our 4 week trip. Rt 95 is a bit noisy but leaving the A/C fan running takes care of all but the loudest eighteen wheelers. Laundry room had only three washers and three dryers but the washers only cost 50 cents a load. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very basic park, no landscaping, pool, or other amenities. That being said, all hook ups functioned well and the staff member who signed us in was very pleasant. Even though the park is right on US 95, it is quiet and it is very convenient spot to stop on your way north or south between Reno and Vegas. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The ambience is desert and highway but the park is very clean, neat and well cared for. Utilities are reliable; even the Wi-Fi is mostly stable. The restrooms are exceptionally clean and stylish. The laundry and small library are useful features. The staff is friendly, sociable and helpful. The price reflects the weekly rate. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a small park with limited shade. The interior of the park is gravel, but the sites are fairly level. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a smiling face from the camp host. Registration was quick and he even got on his golf cart and directed us to our spot. It is a bit out of town and not withing walking distance to anything if that is a drawback to you. Wi-Fi is excellent and satellite dishes have no obstacles. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The entire park is on packed gravel with some trees and shrubs. All sites are pull-thrus and have FHU with 30/50 amp electrical service. The sites are pretty level. Every site had a picnic table but no BBQ stand. There are two bathrooms with showers. They are very clean and spacious. There is a game room (converted from a two car garage) and a laundry room. Wi-Fi is available (free) but a little slow. Verizon cell phone worked well, but the Verizon air-card needed an antenna to get National access. Since the park is right off of US 95, there was highway noise. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice small campground right on US-95. The manager met us as we pulled in and welcomed us to the park. Check in was quick. We had a 50 amp pull-through and the gravel site was level. There is no cable and the Wi-Fi didn't seem to work. I did not call the office to ask about it. The night rate will increase on Sept 15 to $30 for a 50 amp site. Would stay again if in the area. Very easy in and out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small but charming park right off hwy 95. We have a 40ft MH/towing a pickup and did not want to unhook so the manager led us to a pull through and said we could just hang into the space behind us and he wouldn't put anyone there. He was very friendly. I did a load of wash in the small but spotless laundry and took a nice shower in the LOVELY, tile family style restrooms. The WiFi was not working that night, he was on the phone with his provider. Traffic was fairly heavy but we did not find noise to be a problem. Good gravel, very level spots. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On the road overnight stay. Near highway but that makes easy on and off... Host is great and full of information. Things to do in the historic area.. We stay here when we pass through. We only wanted electric. FHU was only $22. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first stay at this park. The Manager was friendly and helpful (even came out of the park office to greet us as we drove in). It appears this park has seen a recent upgrade/remodel. All sites are gravel, level and pull through. Most are FHU with 30 and 50 amp service. There is no cable TV and no off-air reception. We were in site #1 and WiFi was "2 bars" and too slow to stream. Two remodeled shower-toilets were spotlessly CLEAN and attractive. But, the park is located right on Hwy 95 in a 70 MPH zone, on a slight upgrade and you might as well have been at the end of an LAX runway, listening to the airliners landing, all, night, long. Its too bad, but we won't stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly staff. Bathrooms much nicer than first appearance would suggest. Great jumping off place for Rhyolite ghost town and Death Valley. Death Valley Nut and Candy Company is a must visit. Sites are a bit awkward to get in and out of but not much of a detraction. Able to take pets out on a walk in the desert. Would definitely plan a trip here in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park close to road and noisy. Convenient for overnight, going into Death Valley and/or Scotty's Castle. Parked here in a motorhome for 3 days. Personnel were very friendly and helpful. We had 50 amp, satellite, Verizon phone and full hookups. We were parked in the second row and backed up to leave. Worked fine. A lot of the sites were taken up with construction workers. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small park close to Death Valley. On the highway but not much road noise at night. Very small, basic park. Really nice shower/restroom. There is BLM land there and a gate if people so desire to use. Manager very friendly and had brochures for Death Valley Park. Rhyolite (ghost town) nearby. The town itself has no decent size grocery stores. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice spot to stop for one night while traveling to your destination but would not want to stay any longer. Not very much area to walk your dogs - just right along Hwy 95 in front of the park with the trucks and other traffic zooming by, my dogs did not like that. They really pack them in the supposed pull-thru's, but if you are in the second row you have to wait for the person in front of you to leave before you can leave in the morning (there may be room to back out of the second row but I am not sure on that). We were lucky and got the front row so we decided to leave earlier than normal so the folks behind us could leave when they wanted. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Roads and sites are poor gravel, as is typical of many small town desert RV parks. Looked well maintained and clean. Friendly staff, escorted to your site and help setting up offered. Utilities worked fine, they have good well water. Trees along edge of park, sites open. No tables. Sites long enough to leave tow vehicle attached. Wi-Fi was somewhat slow. Price was for 50 amp full hookup site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic gravel parking lot adjacent to I-95 on the northbound side of the road. Southbound approaching the park, there is very little warning of the turn off the highway. Even going 55 it was tuff to slow the horses down enough to make the turn without overshooting it. I suggested to the manager that they put a warning sign 1/4 mile south of the driveway to warn us about the driveway. We were promptly greeted by a friendly and helpful manager. This is a small park, but one has to compare with what else is available in the area. They take Campclub USA and the rate reflects the half price offered by that membership. We were guided to our site, shown all the hookups and helped in our set-up process. The utility pedestals are of the newer style, in very good shape, and well placed within the pull-through sites. We requested and received the 50 amp service and I have noticed my gauges showing 109 AC volts on each of the legs, each time I checked them throughout the day, even with both air conditioning units running. There are brick and log partitions between the sites which I find simple and attractive. The sites are ample wide for slides and long for 40 ft motorhome and tow car. There is only one site that has direct shade, with a class C pulled in there. There is no shade at any of the other sites but the park is lined along the highway with trees which provided shade across my site as the sun moved west later in the day. We looked at the other parks in Beatty, and even this spartan location appears a better choice then the competition. For overnight stays I would recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic gravel parking lot out in the middle of nowhere. Very friendly staff and a bathroom that had to be the cleanest and nicest RV park bathroom in the Western United States. I have stayed in 5-star hotels that didn't have the water pressure, great shower head, hot water and comfort of this bathroom. If we are ever out here in the middle of nowhere again, we will not hesitate to stay again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Easy access from the highway. Spots are long and wide in all gravel. This is a very basic park, but clean and run well. There are some trees but really no shade. The manager is very friendly . There is Wi-Fi near the office. Our Verizon phone and aircard worked here. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Ok, the person who rated this a "10" is suspect at best. The folks who run it were very nice but this is the most basic of RV parks you could find. The only trees are on the road. None, not one, at any of the sites. Large pull-throughs for bigger rigs and 50 AMP service was nice. But, be forewarned, it is a large stone lot with only one picnic table that was broken apart in the entire RV park. Completely baren other than that. Good for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Low power supply. Pay the extra $5.00 for 50 amp. One private shower/restroom each for men and women. Water pressure in shower was very low. Freeway noise although very convenient and friendly staff. Dirt lots. Would stay again for the convenient location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Manager came out to greet us when we pulled in. Staff was VERY friendly and helpful. Park is all dirt and located close to Hwy 95. Road noise is noticeable, but not excessive. Only problem is the park has low voltage (99 volts with A/C on). Otherwise we would not hesitate to recommend the park, especially for overnighters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is now called Beatty RV Park (formerly Kay's Corral). I was thoroughly pleased with every aspect of our stay! The friendly park manager met us promptly as we pulled up. We were impressed with the wide pull through sites. The park also has high speed wireless internet so we were able to send e-mails and pictures from our trip and do our future travel planning on the lightning fast internet connection. The park is very cozy and has a row of mature trees that line the road boundary. It is also a great park if you are pet people as there is access to BLM land from the park. My Australian Shepherds were in heaven! Great hiking and views! I give Beatty RV Park my highest recommendation and will return on my next trip to Nevada! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Firstly, this park is just too expensive at $38.50. It is an old rv park with a large dirt/sandy lot with a new electrical system. There are new laundry and shower buildings which are also nice. The motel next door offers a pool and hot tub for rv guests of the park. The price of this parks puts it up with parks that have nicely developed spaces. This one does not do that. I suspect that the price reflects the notion that take it or leave it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean and staff was friendly. They have a pool and hot tub located at the motel. It’s located in beautiful downtown Beatty. It’s all gravel and it was pretty plain and pricey for $38.00 a night. We would stay there again because of its location to Death Valley, Rhyolite, and other ghost towns in the area. I think $25.00 to $30.00 a night would be more reasonable. Beware; Beatty is a speed trap during the weekends. The first night we constantly saw red and blue lights flashing along the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Of course this is not an area to stay for long. We stayed one night on our way from Vegas, NV to Bishop, CA. We were pleasantly surprised by excellent Wi-Fi, swimming pool, a 103 F hot tub, good cable TV, nice host, roomy spots, extremely clean and good restrooms and showers, and a nice mountain view. What else would one need for a stop over? Expensive? I don't think so. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great one night stopover but price increase makes me look for another place to stop for the night. Last year was $25 now $35 plus tax. There are a few other places in Beatty for $20 to $25, we will be stopping at another park on the way home, for $20. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
I agree with the previous reviewers. It's a good place to stop and rest after a long day. Very clean and nice wide/long spots. Besides, there's not many other choices out here in Nowhereville. The managers were very helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay there again, if in the area at the right time of day. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is definitely over priced, and when we found out it was $38 nightly we should have turned around and gone back 3 miles to Beatty RV Park. But, being tired we decided to stay. Nice wide turning areas, nice pull throughs, nice trees that offer bits of shade. The park is all packed dirt and gravel, but it looks like it's been swept or raked. Stone beds with power pedestals separate the sites. Much quieter than we were expecting. Pleasant, helpful staff. Only real negative is its stiff price increase since last summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean, modern park but overpriced. Big rig access better suited for motorhomes due to placement of utilities (mid point of site). This would only be a problem if park was full. We were able to park at an angle and reach utilities but stuck out in a thankfully wide exit road. Cable TV is pretty sparse considering cost of the sites, and there is no Wi-Fi. Verizon air card is weak but AT&T phone strong. Nice clean shower/restroom. We would probably stay here again despite the high cost for what you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For being in Beatty this is a nice little park. The park was very clean and well groomed. There are small trees between the sites, we picked one that allowed us to put slides out on both side. Our site was long enough that we didn't have to unhook the tow. They have cable TV but no Wi-Fi. We were happy with the park, there really isn't much between Las Vegas and Hawthorne. We will definitely stay at this park again when traveling through Beatty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park for an overnight stop. Gravel sites with dirt roads. The restrooms were clean and well maintained. You can use the swimming pool and spa at the attached hotel. We had no problem with the trees. They were spaced so the cooled the truck and the back of the trailer. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Agree with the other review -- trees too close and too many. Also when we checked in and had to go inside the RV office it was so smokey they need to get a regular office. The sites are level and easy to get in and out; we have a 43" motorhome with a tow and did not have to unhook. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 40' 4 slide motorhome with tow vehicle. We parked in the middle of the site in B8. Full hookups with 50 amp. Easy to get into and out of site. Only complaint is that when we put our slides out, the tree on the driver's side touched the motorhome and there was no way to put any awning out as it would have gone into the trees. Trees are way too close and too many. We might stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All gravel pull-throughs. I'd recommend parking in the middle row for easy access and easy exit. The back row was a little tight turning into with our 35ft 5th wheel They have a free every 15-minute shuttle that takes you to the Horseshoe Casino and Rita's restaurant. Also this park is in a good location for exploring Death Valley. It's about 10 miles to the park entrance. About 5 miles away is Rhyolite ghost town. This park has wired internet connections at each site. They will loan you a Cat-5 network cable for a $20 deposit We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access; all sites are pull-thru; roads are wide. Very friendly to pets. Quiet even though it's on the roadside. Great access to the Death Valley area. Walking area to downtown. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is the old Burro Inn RV park completely remodeled new restrooms/showers with private shower rooms and new laundry both very clean and well heated. The cable was good but did not use the Internet hook up as there is no Wi-Fi. The sites were level gravel and large enough in the pull through that we did not need to unhook tow, we are a 35 ft MH. Located right on the highway, however noise was not an issue. Would stay again when passing through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very convenient to Death Valley National Park and near by ghost towns. Level, good cable TV, internet is cable only, no Wi-Fi. A nice little Mexican restaurant is within walking distance. Park is pet friendly, and there is a nice little park nearby. The managers are quite nice and helpful. The sites were roomy enough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for an overnight stay. Very nice wide sites, excellent bathrooms, nicely tiled and the showers were very big, but no AC. Very quiet even though right off of 95. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived late, after dark, and we greeted as we entered the park. We didn't have to get out of the rig, got directions through the drivers window and parked in a spot. Trees were too close to the rig and we weren't unhooking so took another site where trees weren't a problem. Checked in at the office, paid and got a good nights rest. A very nice park. Gravel roads and sites, friendly staff, very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We literally stumbled into this park when my husband was not feeling well. It is a nice new campground with very friendly hosts. We were able to pick our own space. Instead of Wi-Fi (which is always spotty in these mountain areas) they have ethernet. They do have cable although only 27 channels. We would definitely recommend a stay here. We were able to use the pool and hot tub at the hotel next door. Nice and quiet! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice, new RV park. We visited in the summer so it was not crowded at all. Park manager was very friendly. Sites were spacious. The restrooms/showers were very clean and nice; however, they had no air or ventilation of any kind so they became VERY hot. After showering you could hardly breathe due to the heat in the building. Internet connection was ethernet, not Wi-Fi, but it was fine. The site itself did not have a pool, but the adjoining hotel did and RV patrons were given free access to the hotel pool. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
After spending the previous night at Beatty RV Park, we were going to just barrel on through to Valley of Fire. But, on the way out of Beatty, we came across this very new park and decided to stay a night, and were glad we did. This park has EVERYTHING and is affiliated with the new hotel/motel next door. Probably the best thing is that the park is located within the town's 25 MPH limit, and so, big rig noise is barely audible. Add to that, a site chosen to the park's rear and you have a peaceful night's rest, after relaxing in the pool and spa. This park is so new that it doesn't have a website. It's address is 300 South Hwy 95, Beatty, NV 89003 and is located at the very south end of town on the west side of the highway. If you happen to drive past, then realize it, there is a long 50' wide, level and clear dirt/gravel shoulder where you can pull over, then make a u-turn (you're still in the 25 MPH zone, so its not too scary). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park is being redone but the motel first it is under construction some sites the electric did not work and there were no restrooms or showers and you had to check-in at the north end of town at the motel and gas station which were new and clean with that said this was the best in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is at the Beatty entrance to Death Valley State Park and a couple other nearby attractions. Sites are level, closely spaced with a few shady spots. Access roads while well maintained are dirt as are the pads. Management folks are friendly but not terribly helpful. Good place to stop if you're caught in a Nevada snow storm, otherwise head on down the road. We camped here in a camper.
This was just a quick stopover on the way to AZ, thankfully. It was dusty, dirty and pretty much of a dump. Sites not level, hookups left a lot to be desired. Wi-Fi instructions were not correct and it was very slow. The only saving grace was a wild burro who came to visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wasn't too sure about this one when we pulled in, but we got Lot 3 which was a little narrow but level and long enough for our 40' fiver. Close enough to Death Valley for a nice side trip; the donkeys that come into the park aren't really wild anymore but you can see small herds of wild ones along the highway. Great Wi-Fi; about 16 channels on cable. We would stop here again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed there to go through Death Valley. Campground doesn't look too inviting at first, near busy road etc, but was OK for our use. Wild donkeys came into campground in morning. Level sites, good TV reception, and nice folks. Will stay again if in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were going to be here for only one night, then after finding there was a lot to do in the area, it became another night. A trip to the old town of Rheyolite and into Death Vally was a pleasant surprise. We a found drive through the fabulous geology of Titus Canyon via a 26-mile one way dirt/gravel path that wound up into the main Death Valley area. We will stay at the Space Station RV Park again one day to explore some more. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a fine place to spend one or two nights. Of course, there is not much to do in Beatty except for Death Valley: you should probably go into the park if you were going to stay for any extended period of time. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is gravel with a few trees and we have stayed in a lot tighter spaces. There are some full-timers, but it was really okay and not a problem. We would definitely stay here again on our way through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park consists of over nighters and semi-permanent residents. The pull-throughs are long enough, but it is a little tight turning in and out of them. The sites are gravel and when the winds blow, it does get dusty. The laundry room is small and used by others in the town. There is a small grocery store that is part of the RV park and since this is one of the few grocery stores in town, there is a lot of in and out traffic for just the store. We had fun playing in the casino just north of the RV park. We used this as a base to see Death Valley NP. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All of the people camping here were permanent with the exception of 3 or 4 sites. A lot of them were very junky and unkept. Just a place to park, not a place to stay. Store is very well stocked and the people who run the park are friendly. The casino is too far to walk at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a bad place to stop for the night. It is in the middle of town about a block away from the casino. The park is a little more than the others in this small town, but I'm guessing that it's because of the proximity to the casino and Nut and Candy store. Upon registration, you receive coupons for free cocktails at the casino, so that is a plus. The small store is well stocked and they offer LP gas for those that need it. Small tight spaces, but level. Very accommodating owners that stayed open for us when we arrived at closing time. They kept the store's doors open for us when the lady asked us if we needed any supplies. Good place to stop for the night or two. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Stagecoach Inn motel/casino has developed a large parking lot across Hwy 95 from the casino/hotel location - They used to have free parking but I guess they decided to capitalize on the RVer's (mostly seniors) that use their casino. The lot is basically a dust bowl and we will not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.