Given the rate, one can't grumble about much here. Car park camping with little room but the place is a hotel/casino, not a CG. Depending on site chosen WI-FI is weak to nonexistent. Pleasant staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is one of the things I like about Nevada. It's nice to have cheap, basic, no-frills spots when all you need is a place to park for the night. Two caveats: the city water in Fallon is nasty, so don't fill your fresh water tank here. And, and I never found a Wi-Fi signal identifying itself as belonging to the motel. I think I was using Wi-Fi from a neighboring residence. Site was level as-is. No leveling adjustments were needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is basically a paved lot with hookups. The RV Park is located behind the motel and removed from highway 50. It is accessible through the main casino lot entrance. Great for a one night stay on the way through town. There was only one other coach in the lot and it was quiet when we were there. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Two big disappointments for us; no Wi-Fi in RV section, no problem if you want to come into the lobby of the casino, and second, we had to disconnect in order to fit in the space, tough for an overnight. RV lot is black top parking lot with painted stripes for your location. Sites are side by side and close. Surprisingly quiet for so near the highway. Since we were disconnected we drove to the "Slanted Porch" for dinner - excellent! We will stay here again as it is safe, clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is just a parking lot really with no grass or place to walk the dog. There is no TV. But it has everything you really need for $15 a night. You can't beat the price. It even had 50 amp. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for a clean,safe place to stay off Hwy 50 and that's what we got. It was quieter than the other RV parks looked because it was a few more feet off the highway. Checking in was quick and easy, parking was the same. We also got a coupon for 2 free drinks at their casino bar for the 15.00 charge! Full hook-ups, a/c killed all the road noise. Not bad for a night or two. It is nothing pretty or inviting, but good and safe. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Short, level spaces. Parking lot, literally, with hook ups. People drive through it to access the motel and casino. Noisy from loud radios, traffic and assorted bangs and booms. No laundry or showers. We got very poor service at the restaurant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I would have given this a 10 except no one could tell us a login or setup for the Wi-Fi. Clean and simple. More trucks and towed trailers parked there that were staying in the casinos hotel. Casino pretty nice, small, but liberal. Overall, nice place to stay for a night or two. Full hookups in a parking lot! We camped here in a Motorhome.
For $15 it's a place to stay in town, I think more quiet than the ones outside of town on Hwy 50 with all the trucks. At least they slow down through downtown so it's pretty quiet. No frills, just a parking lot with hookups. Wi-Fi is pretty slow but it's there, no TV. For a one night stay I think it's just fine, we're there right now and will prob go in the casino for breakfast. There are only two RV's in the park right now, so I don't think they're too busy most of the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hard to beat a full hookup site (50 amp) for 15 bucks. Our 40' MH hung out the space a bit, but this is not the kind of place where that matters. Right in town. We like it. Will stay again. Called for reservations and the clerk said they did not take them. Said there were several rigs in the park, and that they had NEVER filled up. Do not know if that is true, but we were fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to park for a couple days. Asphalt lot with full hookups. The Wi-Fi was weak, but so was our Verizon which was supposed to be 3 G in this area. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There is nothing fancy about this campground (also known as the Super 8 hotel). It’s just a large asphalt parking lot, not a stitch of grass or trees. However, there were very few rain puddles after three days of rain. The utilities were shared by two RV’s (each pointing in the opposite direction). All of the site were pull-throughs and had FHU (30 amp electrical service). The bathrooms are in the casino but there were no showers. The campground was very well lit at night. It would be very crowded if the campground was full (but I’m told that it rarely is). The check-in desk is located in the casino. Some nights were noisier then others. The casino had Wi-Fi, but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone service worked well here. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small and quiet park with sites on shingle without table or shadow. New and clean restroom building. Good Wi-Fi. Very nice restaurant / saloon / shop. Good place for a stay-over along highway 50 in the middle of Nevada (east of Fallon). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is no-frills, but it is a perfectly adequate overnight stop. I was the only one there on that particular night. The normal cost is $14 for a night, but this had been discounted to $12 due to the water being off [because of sub-freezing temperatures]. Restrooms were closed because of this. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place was much cooler with the shade from its trees than the Bonanza Casino asphalt lot we tried before settling here. There is some road noise as the nearby intersection is a major one for trucks headed south on Hwy. 95. Not terribly objectionable though. AT&T worked ok. 30a power was good. Ground was relatively level. Drive slowly as there are some sandy areas near sites. Other than one tent, we were only people in campground. FWIW...the reg. board is just south of the dump station. We didn't notice it when driving in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great self-pay campground. The grounds are clean and it is within walking distance of a small casino, a DQ drive-in, and several other businesses. It was a great place to spend a night on our way through town - easy in, easy out. We didn't even have to unhook. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This county fairgrounds park is our regular stopover spot when traveling Highway 50 towards the west. It's cheap, shady, reasonably level and offers water/electric hookups with a nearby dump station. Restrooms and showers are nothing fancy but they are kept clean and as long as the rodeo or a horse show aren't in town, it doesn't smell too bad either! Did we mention it was $14? Such a great deal and we always feel safe. Fair amount of road noise so bring the earplugs or run the a/c to drown it out. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were scared to death at this place. About midnight a car pulled up right behind us with lights blazing into our camper. It woke us up, and when we realized it was not another camper, we sat up straight in bed. Then this car pulled within inches of us and drove by. We could barely sleep the rest of the night. In the morning another camper, also scared, suggested that they were checking license numbers to see if you paid by envelope. Next time I will skip this place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very convenient stopover campground along Highway 50. Run by the city, the Churchill Fairgrounds are first come/first serve and availability depends on whether events are scheduled at the fairgrounds such as the Pro Senior Rodeo. Grass sites are shaded by big cottonwood trees. Electric and water service at each site along with a trash can. Nearby restrooms were very clean and showers are also available. There is some road noise but not terrible. Access is easy and just about any size rig can be accommodated. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If we didn't see other RVs here we might have thought it was closed. Not well cared for. The grass was not cut and there were huge weeds in the gravel. We would not go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably the most decent option in Fallon. We camped here for one night for visiting the nature attractions near Fallon: the Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge, Sand Mountain Recreational Area and Grimes Point archaeological site. The RV park is fairly well maintained. It seems there were quite a few long term residents when we were there but this was not a problem. Restrooms and showers are very clean. The on-site store is big and useful. There was some noise from nearby highway 50. The kids' playground is basic and dated. There was some shade from mature trees but the grassy areas are 50% weed We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Excellent pull thru sites. Concrete with some grass. Campground clean and neat. WiFi good. Bathrooms a little dated but clean and comfortable. The park is near the highway which makes it easily accessible. It has a certain amount of road noise mostly during the day. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here in the past but the property has gone down hill. Sites are full of weeds. Restrooms, while clean, need some work. Some staff was great, others were extremely rude. In addition, the RV park office is at a mini mart gas station. When we checked in there was only one person trying to juggle all three. Felt sorry for her. Sites are long and most are fairly level. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy in from US 50. Paved roads and sites level. Shade, but not enough to interfere with satellite TV. Park is neat and maintained. Nice location for overnight and to explore Fallon and surroundings. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signs all over the park to keep pets off the grass area. Lots of signs referring to "per park rules". Other than that, park is clean, fairly well-maintained, and quiet, considering it's beside a busy highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic RV parking at best. The sites are concrete and level, but the gravel on the patio area is covered with cigarette butts and not very inviting. There seem to be a lot of long term residents of the park and they tend to stay away from the "transient travellers". We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night while traveling through. I was late checking in about 1 am. I called ahead and the on duty man said he would wait no problem. Nice facility, concrete slab, all very clean; they have a convenience store/gas station. Nice place ,very clean shower and restroom. Would stay there again anytime. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We drove by the fairgrounds CG and turned back to this place. The fairgrounds were creepy to the family and me. This was for an over nighter and was very pleasant. We would stay here again for an night stop as it was clean for us and I had no problems during stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Paved roads and most pads are paved, some gravel pads in the back. Our site is in the back of the park, so road noise is not an issue. Our Wi-Fi has been excellent strength ever since we checked in. Manager who checked us in said Wi-Fi reception is excellent throughout park. Not top of the line, but not terrible either. We're enjoying our stay. Have been here a week, plan on staying two months. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Shore power, water and sewer is good. Sites are concrete, some are cracked and broken. Pull through was long enough to park both the truck and trailer. Site is level enough front and side. Between the sites there are some that have grass but most have gravel. The gravel in my site was the size of a golf ball and is hard to walk on. Cable is good, lots of channels but many are duplicates. Has signs stating "Please No pets on grass areas" but they have a large dog run that is all dirt. No dog run for small dogs. Office is in the Mini Mart. They have a restrooms and shower the main building but you need a key to use and must place a $5 deposit. The restrooms and showers in the building in the middle of the campground has push buttons but they do not give the code to enter. I would stay here again if I were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice staff. Very friendly and helpful. Sites were clean but NOISY! Jake Brakes all night made it difficult to sleep. This was an overnight stay after a long day of driving. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you need a quick stopover point, this isn't a bad park at all. Level sites, lots of trees (satellite unfriendly) but free cable TV. A nice little mini mart on site as well as propane and fuel. We would stay here again. I just wished the clouds were gone so could actually see the Top Gun jets and not just hear them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We needed a campground to overnight before heading east across Nevada. When I made our reservations on line, there was a problem. I emailed to report I had not gotten a confirmation and received a very sincere apology. When we arrived, everyone in the office apologized again for the mixup. They could not have been nicer or more helpful. We were just here one night and probably would not choose it for any longer. It is next to US 50 and the highway noise could be a problem. For a one night stopover we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Paved interior roads, most sites are concrete pads but some are gravel. Pull throughs were long and level. Cable TV was good, water tasted fine and the pressure was good. Electric power was good. Nice store with gas, diesel and propane available on site. Clerk who checked us in was pleasant. Wireless is for the most part only available at the office, but works fine there. Bathrooms/showers and laundry must be accessed by a key requiring a $5 deposit, which is fine but they were only moderately clean. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several time when traveling on Hwy 50 between Colorado and California. This time the manager was very surly at check-in and didn’t want to give us the space that we asked for, but finally gave in. The employee in charge of the RV park was much more pleasant. Space and interior roads are cement in poor condition in several places with a table and struggling grass/weeds in most spaces. There are several large shade trees but not in every space. There is traffic noise from Hwy 50 that is 100 yards away. You must leave a $5 deposit for a key to the restrooms that don’t appear to be cleaned on a daily basis. There is a gas station and convenience store on site. Cable TV is free and free WiFi is available in the store. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park with mature trees shading about 30% of the overnight sites. Concrete roads and fairly level gravel sites. Grass and picnic tables pretty scruffy. Water and electric OK but WI-FI only works for a few sites, rest must go into the store to use it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just a great park. Lots of room to park the rig and lots of room to just wander around the park. Excellent check-in people and the rest rooms were protected by putting up a refundable $5.00 upon return of the key. Very large store and gas/diesel pumps on the property so you didn't have to drive around town for fuel. Easy in and out access: would rate a 10 but didn't use the shower or rest rooms. This is a great park to stay the night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good park for an overnight or short stay. Park roads and sites are paved. There is some concrete damage but it can be avoided. Water tastes fine, and the electricity was fine. Ran A/C all day in 105 deg. In Nevada, if you don't water it, grass will not grow. Restrooms are cleaned occasionally. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Way too expensive for the condition. And so for the wireless internet you can not get it at your RV, you have you go up to the store and use a laptop. The laundromat is small and dirty too, the dryer did not work most the time. Dead grass and weeds everywhere. Even in the summer. The water is not good at all, bad tasting so bring your own water. Dirty in most areas including bathrooms and showers. The store is nice to have for the last min things you need, but some of the employee should not work with the public, they should help with the clean of the park and yards. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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This is a very clean and well maintained place. Convenience store is nice. If any problems arise, on site manager takes care of it immediately. Wi-Fi works fine for campers on first row, but past that and you have to go to the store to get online. Tables and chairs are available. Small laundromat is on site as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have to be honest, this place is not one of the better RV parks. The spaces are not level and the concrete is cracked in most. Concrete drives are cracked and broken with chunks falling out. You can't drink the water so you will need bottled water. The water has some sort of particles in it and it doesn't smell too good. There are leaves all over the place and the only part of the park they maintain is the front close to the highway, but not that well. The grass in the park is dead as well as the trees. Limbs fall from the trees frequently. The electricity goes out and it seems there is some problem with the wiring. Don't expect to use your A/C in the summer. To be honest the only thing maintained at this park is the store in the front. Propane prices are the highest in town. Make sure you don't complain about anything or the owner will say you are being a trouble maker, I kid you not! I asked about the electricity problem and was told by another person that he called me a trouble maker. The staff at the store are often rude and really seem to know nothing. One time was more than enough for me! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Paved roads, concrete slabs at sites. Sites were long but narrow. Mature trees, good shade. Limited grass, mostly gravel or pavement. A large number of extended stays, but all were fairly tidy. A well stocked store. The staff were a little brusque and not very friendly. Highway 50 noise is not particularly noticable, but traffic in and out of the park went on all night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Because of the lack of RV parks across Nevada, this was basically the only one even available on our route. We arrived on the hottest day of the year, and I was immediately told, by an almost rude employee, that there was only one site available that would accommodate our “big rig” motorhome. I was not told that it was only 30A power. Later, when the power went out in the park, though not the park’s fault, I tried to find out exactly how many 50A sites were in the park. Two more rude employees never did give me a straight answer to that one, even after asking three or four times!!!! My guess is that there are only a handful of them, and most are occupied my permanent residents. Other than the power problems, most of the sites were level concrete, as were the roads. I just hope that we won’t have the need to travel across Nevada again any time soon!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV park, and the fact that the convenient store is an added bonus. A couple of the prior reviews illustrate the fact that some of the reviews on here must be taken with a grain of salt, or should be ignored all together. Fallon RV Park has paved interior roads and sites, not sure where the gravel comments came from. Plus, there are TONS of trees, many of them huge. I am not a relative or employee of the place, just a guy who really enjoyed my 3-night stay and would gladly go back. The grass lawn at each spot is very big. Good power and water pressure. I could pull the Wi-Fi signal from the building in my motorhome, parked in the next to last row away from the building. The restrooms were very clean, and I also liked that they require a key. All of the permanent residents were parked off to the side and at the back of the park when I was there, I didn't even notice them until the day I pulled out to leave. I also didn't notice the road noise so it must not have been too loud. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic no-frills RV Park that has a lot of road noise. The advertised Wi-Fi works only in the registration building which doubles as a convenience store, lounge, gas station. The sites were level and gravel. Interior roads were gravel as well. The owner handled our check-in and was prompt and courteous. He even gave us a 10% discount to match that provided by their Good Sam competition down the road. The restroom and shower room exterior doors required a key to enter which we felt was a good security measure. I would probably not stay here again due to excessive road noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a decent park but beware: The park shares a sign with a convenience store and, if you are not careful, you will miss it. Also, the convenience store clerk is the sign-in person for the RV park and the one I had could care less about me, my needs, or my reservation. She was only interested in what time she got off from work. I had reserved a site that would allow me to get satellite and I re-iterated this to the genius who checked us in. Guess what? She put us in a site with a huge tree over the coach although there were plenty of empty sites where satellite could be received. Overall, the park is okay but I would not stay here again because of the attitude of the clerk. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good place to stop if you are passing through on Highway 50. Park charges $2.00 per pet but has a dog run (dirt) and doesn't mind walking them as long as they are leashed and kept off the grass. All sites are level and concreted with full hook-ups. Park filled up by 8:00pm. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I just wanted to send in a review to tell you that the people that wrote the review in May/June are not friends of the park owners or they don't live in the park. We camped with them and we are from the same town they are from.(6 tow hours away) As to the noise from the road..there is some but you usually have the air conditioner on and hear nothing. There are shade trees. I think the people that camped in the travel trailer in July think this is a resort. Remember you are in high desert. You should of camped in the park down the road because there is a lot of action there. The police are there at least 3 to 4 times a week. And very small trees with the camp sites on uneven gravel. Mobile home park in the back. You want noise try Sand Mountain with the motorcycles. Now back to this park, they are friendly and are doing improvements on the park as it was just bought last Sept. Before you do slander, get your facts straight. I still like this RV park and will come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I think the last two reviews were either written by friends of the new owners or by one of the many permanent residents of this park as there are many! The park is right on Hwy 50 so there is considerable noise as it is very busy. The park is beside and behind a gas station with a convenience store. I wouldn't really say there are shade sites, maybe two or three. Check in was friendly. Not much to offer other than a overnight stop and certainly not a destination park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a Great Place. We usually come here twice a year to visit with High School friends. We stay about 10 plus days. Tony is one of the managers. He was very helpful. When we came last year in Sept. the park was under different owners. Now the park has been cleaned up and the store carries more items. Getting gas here is just as cheap as in town. This park is quiet and everyone is friendly. We will recommend this RV park to all. Make sure to say "HELLO" to Tony. Thanks! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has changed ownership and that's for the better! Fallon RV Park, it's 5 miles West of Fallon and a nice place. It's really a gas station with a RV Park and a convenience store. They've got 64 spaces all are concrete and level, all are FHU, 20/30/50 amp service, FREE cable tv, gas, diesel(cheapest in town that I've found) and LP if you need it. Though it's right off Highway 50 we didn't notice much noise. The owners are nice, generous and friendly folks. The store is well stocked with groceries, candy, snacks, refridgerated foods, good coffee available and if you need WIFI they've got it available in the store. There's a laundry, two buildings with restrooms and showers. When we stayed here, price's were 25/nite +tx for pull thrus and 23/nite +tx for back-ins. A huge improvement since the last two reviews and you'll notice even more improvements in the coming months. This will be the premiere park for Fallon in the future. If you're in the area for a short or long stay pull in tell "V" or Tony hi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was so over run with leaves that it was hard to walk. The water is usually filled with black particles and bottled water is your best bet. Many of the long term units are in poor condition as are some of the people in them. The monthly metered spaces are $300 plus cable and electric. They recently started over charging for the electric, by marking it up 5 cents per kilowatt hour. The un-metered spaces are $450 per month. The septic system smells in the summer time and plugs up regularly. Several units have been damaged by falling tree branches due to lack of tree maintenance. The concrete drives are all cracked and broken. THis park is the most expensive in town! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is very messy with weeds and untrimmed trees everywhere. The trees are very large and could be quite nice. The park is mostly live-ins with several trashy ones. Bathrooms appear to be very old and in need of some work. Would probably try and find another spot to camp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a military RV park and for active duty, retires and 100 percent disable veteran. The Wi-Fi works great and all sites are concrete pads. It is a very nice park with free movies at the theater. Its a place to stay while visiting Virginia city and lake Tahoe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great couple of day stop. Everything very clean and quiet. Owner/manager very helpful and cares about his customers. Washer/dryer setup inexpensive. The Churchill County Museum is a must see in town. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived after a long, hot day. Were not in a mood to be too picky. Pulled in about 3pm. Office was closed, so we just picked a site. Park is old and designed for smaller rigs. Sites are level, narrow and short. Many of the campers have to park their truck in an empty space. In one site, the sewer connection is right in the middle of the neighbor's patio pad, barely 5 feet from their front door. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old, dingy park. Sites are so narrow we had to move twice to finally find a spot that our single slide out would work in. Thankfully the park was 3/4 empty so we could pick a spot Plus the length is so short on the slips that there is no way to park a truck in your spot; we parked in empty slip next door. Bathrooms are sooo small; can barely fit in the shower. Plus, was given wrong code and couldn't get correct code until the next day. I do have to say, it's pretty quiet for being on a main highway, but not a pleasant place to stay. Certainly no room or atmosphere to sit outside and enjoy an evening. A lot of full timers in old, unkept trailers living there as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK RV park if you don't mind the following: 1.Barn yard smells when the wind is blowing in the right direction - near by farm, dairy, ??? 2. Excessive traffic noise from highway 50 3. Cable TV - they have it but it does not work 4. Run down permanent trailers 5. Sites side by side - very tight fit for RVs with slides. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are very narrow, we had trouble with our slide. On site management, very rude, always knocking on door for different reasons, your camper is too far back, you camper is too far up etc. We stayed here for 5 days, then finally moved to another location. Very strict rules about pets and children, cops were in there every day of our stay. I would not recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older RV park, right on US-50, and a very nice place for an overnight stay. The big old cottonwoods add shade and graciousness to this park. We'll stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our over all impression of this park was that it was old, run down and being managed in a very lack luster manner. We expect much better in a Good Sam park. There were a lot of permanent residents in older, ill-cared for rigs. When we checked in the man in the office was indifferent and when I inquired about internet access (the ad in our Trailer Life Directory claimed "internet access available"), his only response was that the "system is down" for which he offered no explanation or apology. The site he put us in was extremely narrow and barely long enough for our 32' motor home and toad. Other rigs came in to the sites on either side of us and also had trouble getting into their spaces. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.