Had a to get back in site, the pull through sites are too short if you have a tow. Sites are very wide, all gravel. No WiFi. Will stay again. FYI they also now run the Oasis RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good, cheap, easy access from I-15. You can use their resort pool area and it is a short walk from the RV area. All asphalt lot. Pull thrus are narrow. But the spots around the outside are real wide as long as you do not mind unhooking and backing in. Pretty good from a noise standpoint since it is off the main street and behind the casino. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is OK as a stopover, is priced right at $25.00. The sites are level on asphalt, easy access and exit. There were no picnic tables nor grass. Bathrooms were clean, and there is a small laundry room with a soda machine and ice machine in it. Cable TV is available but no Wi-Fi. About 100 yard walk to the casino, which has a food court with a few different options to eat with mostly reasonable prices. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pull throughs, but you can't leave you tow hooked up, the spaces are too short. Watch your credit card, they add $50 in case you charge in the hotel! You have to physically check out in hotel. Cafe is a great deal but slow service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Utilities are all good. Sites are concrete and the pull through sites are very tight. The back in sites are much larger. They have one washer and dryer in the shower building. Registration is at the Casino/hotel desk. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a basic casino RV park. The Wi-Fi was provided by a city wide provider that costs $10/day and only worked well enough to collect my money and then could never get online. The back-ins at both end of the park are much larger and nicer. The pull-throughs are only 40' long and narrow. Wish there was a better park in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably the best place in town to park a rig. Typical casino type RV park, nothing fancy, but very reasonably priced. Pull through sites are a little cozy but several sites on the outer ends of the park are huge. Check in and register at the hotel reservations desk with the friendly staff first. As the previous reviewer mentioned, sites 42, 43, 44 are huge back-in sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very clean and tidy little park with extra wide, back-in spaces. The laundry room is immaculate and reasonably priced, but boasts only one washer and one dryer. The pull-through spaces are quite narrow and require unhooking tow or towed vehicle, which must then be parked out on the street. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an entirely paved lot with full hookups and cable TV at each site. It is a great place to "un-winterize" from the north. Very friendly staff. You need to register at the Casablanca but can make reservations at either the Casablanca or the Virgin River. Easy walk to the casino. We stay here each year when we come down from up north. Recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was very pleasantly surprised. This is an entirely paved (blacktop) RV lot with full hookups and cable TV at each of the 45 sites. It is directly across the street from the back of the casino and is surrounded by a high wall which affords a sense of privacy and security. The pull through spaces are of typical width, but the back-ins are some of the largest spaces I have ever seen in a simple park like this. Most are 34 feet wide by 40 feet deep; and the corner spaces measure up to 60 feet in width. Plenty of place to park tow vehicle or toad, and it's nice to have the separation from one's neighbor. Request space 42 if you can. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Casa Blanca opens the Oasis RV Park for overflow during the winter. The spaces there are larger and easier to navigate. Still, it's just asphalt with hookups. The pool and showers at Oasis are open and quite nice. But it's a hike to the Casa Blanca casino and there is no shuttle. Still, the price is right, it's convenient for an overnight stay and we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All blacktop lot. Sites are very short in length. Only one washer and dryer in laundry area. Shortest walk to Casino of any Casino RV lot we've stayed in. You walk through a beautiful swimming area. One of the prettiest swimming area I've seen with a waterfall over a huge rock wall. Nice sized Casino. Restaurants were excellent. We stayed for 3 days. Would definitely stay here again. The price is right. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not well run but the only park in town. So you are captive! The power was not enough for us to run our air and we have 15 amp. It offers nothing and you must go into the casino to register. With a travel trailer this was very inconvenient. This is really a casino with a few hookups on the perimeter of the property. It was clean with a laundry but solely for overnight with a bit of power. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is OK for overnight stay. No ambiance but has all hookups and is level. It is an easy walk to the casino, which is very nice. The restrooms and showers were clean. You need to register at the hotel check in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay for short stay; rate is affordable $19 plus tax (21.28). RV park here is much quieter than the Oasis since it's behind the hotel, but oddly has only half the # of cable TV stations. Hotel/casino/parks are owned by same company, but Oasis casino was shut down. Nicer grounds and facilities for hotel here, but only one washer & dryer in RV Laundry room, and 2 small showers, not clean. Security comes around; saw them at midnight. Back-in sites along wall are wide enough but watch out for pull-thrus, they are short and sloped. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dive. Pull through site was too short to leave the trailer hooked up to the truck. Was a long walk to the registration office. The staff was not friendly at all. Would not stay here again, even for free. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 6 / 10 ]
You have to sign it at the hotel first. The pull through sites are too short, 28' trailer and truck needed to be disconnected to fit. There is no pet area. The pool is very nice but you have to drive to is since it is too far to walk, especially in 110 degree heat. The restaurant has decent food for a reasonable price. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We consider this a dishonestly advertised park. They advertise as having Wi-Fi but do not. This is a big deal for me because I do business online. You "register" by phone at the office and don't see a live person. You have to walk to the casino to get a key for the rest rooms. They advertise pull throughs which I take to mean we can leave our small tow vehicle hooked up. No way. The sites are too short and parking alongside is very tight. We won't stay there again We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 5 / 10 ]
Not impressed with this park. It is very small, hard to maneuver if in a site along the outside walls. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived at this campground planning to stay one week, as originally reserved. We were given the choice of two sites, both of which were occupied when we drove to the campground. We chose a third site, but were told we could not stay there. Long story short, we stayed one night, and moved to another RV park the following day. This is a small, but clean RV park. Checking in is inconvenient , as you must do so at the hotel. It is totally paved, which can be a plus in keeping the dust down when windy. We never saw a park host. The pull throughs were not big enough for anything longer than 35-36 feet (if that), and were very narrow. There would be no room to park your vehicle. The trek to the casino was difficult due to the fact that you had to navigate a great deal of construction between the RV park and hotel. We stayed here in a fifth wheel, but would not do so again. Sidenote: The lady at the check-in desk did not believe us when we said our assigned sites were already occupied! Also, when we arrived, the park was about 10% full. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For a small Casino RV park, this is not bad. It is all paved (no grass) with large sites. It is off the main street so it is quiet. Guests have full access to all Hotel amenities. You must check in at the Hotel front desk, which is strange, and a ways away from the park. Maneuvering your big rig thru the parking lots can be difficult, but doable. The park host is very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basic small park. A little tight but ok, pretty much a parking lot with bathrooms, small [one or two machines] and showers. Bit of a schlep [long walk] to the casino, not well marked as to finding the park for the first time then getting into the casino—actually we went in a freight entrance but the guard was nice enough to walk us through to the casino instead of making us go the long way around. Leaving the casino was also not well marked as to the route out so we wandered around finding the right gate. Great resort, excellent meals at coffee shop [for a coffee shop]. Overall very clean nice resort, won far more at blackjack then the whole stay cost. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Granted, this park is basically a parking lot with Shrubs and Palm trees but it is in close proximity to the hotel pool which is beautiful. Great for the kids as the pool has a waterslide. We stay here every year when heading out to California. Mesquite has great Golf as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is situated behind the Casino. The sites are a combination of pull-throughs in the center and back-ins around the outside. Full hookups at each site. There is a small plant or palm tree at nearly each site, but no grass, most of it is cement. The washrooms are spacious and clean. You check in at the Casino Hotel Lobby and then we were greeted at some point later by the park host. The park is priced very reasonably, but as you can guess you end up going to the casino! I would reccommend this park as a place to stay either for a night or as a base to see the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very noisy with car and truck traffic and the truck parking right across the
street leaving their engines running all night. This a no sleep park. We stayed there many times over the years and will not return. I contacted management and was told we value our truckers. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is based on a monthly rate, not including electric. We stayed here for four months during the winter. Park is well laid out with a few pull thrus for nightly/weekend folks. The RV sites are intermingled with well-kept park models. The pool is heated and the hot tub is lovely. The billiard room has six tables and is very well kept. Since this park caters mostly to snowbirds, there are a lot of activities: music on some weekend nights, craft get-togethers, coffee and donuts, billiard club, ladies' lunches... the list goes on. The owners are friendly and involved and the price is very reasonable. There is a nice dog walk that is actually easy access to the desert. There is also easy access to the ATV trails that surround Mesquite. They're good for hiking as well as ATVing. We liked this park so much that we made reservations for next winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$19 based on monthly rate. We just spent another winter (five months here). Just over the hill into Arizona, next to the Palms Golf Course, with full facilities and a beautiful view. New owners have investing to keep this already-beautiful park the BEST in the Mesquite area. We've looked at the other two, and there's no way we'd want to camp next to a grocery store on dirt, or on a windy hill with few facilities. Friends who visited for a four-day weekend loved this place, and came back for another weekend! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Might be OK if you are staying a month, but staying daily is a gigantic rip off. Office only open mon-fri till 2. Closed weekends and afternoons, so if you arrive then, no access to restrooms, facilities, Wi-fi etc. Pool closes at 4 daily. The cable did not work. No antenna reception. Not sure what my $50 was for. There are lots of better and cheaper places. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This CG is right off the interstate but can only be accessed by a circuitous and difficult doubleback along multiple roads. Although we were preregistered, no information other than our site number tacked onto the bulletin board in front was left for us upon our arrival at 5pm, so we were unable to access the “multiple amenities” touted in our acknowledging registration email. Evidently the office is only staffed 9am to noon. We were unable to access the locked bathrooms, WiFi, or pool. Extremely disappointing on a blazing hot day and we had needed to use the touted WiFi for work along the road. The gravel site was level and the water and electric worked. Most of the CG is long termers, RVs and park models. It was rather spookily deserted. It’s a ridiculous business practice to not provide your guests any information so they can use the facilities for which they paid. $50 for a gravel site with W/E and not being able to use the bathrooms, pool, or WiFi is a ripoff. I would never return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this campground for 3 nights, large pull through sites, nice clean park, friendly check-in, adequate fitness center. There is highway noise from the interstate. We had problems finding this park as their website shows the mailing address as Mesquite, Nevada, however their physical address is Littlefield, Arizona. If you put the Mesquite address in your GPS it doesn't know where to go and the sign is very small at the entrance of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Anyone who says this place doesn't have many facilities, may be confused. This is our second year wintering, and we'll be back next year. The cleanest, neatest, most beautiful park in all of Nevada -- with full facilities. Rate prorated from monthly $560 fee. Not cheap, but worth it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Two thumbs up on this park! The manager is delightful! And very helpful. The spaces are huge, but no grass, which was not a problem for us as we have a large outdoor rug. A lot of park models and permanent residents. Everyone very friendly, and lots and lots of activities. The pool and spa is very clean and heated - a wonderful treat! We are staying a couple of months at $540 month + electric (some lots are $510/mo). Has a great fitness room, card and puzzle room, huge assembly hall, lots of washers and dryers, inside mailbox room, and nice pool hall. If you stay here grab one of the activity calendars and join in with the fun, especially the Saturday beanbag baseball! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Their website's pictures don't do this place justice! We came here after not being able to find an appropriate park in St George that would meet our needs and take reservations. Lucky us! Spotless and beautiful, well-kept park. RVs park among very nice park models. A bit tight to back into, so not an overnight-only -- but once you're settled, you have a level parking area with cement patio and extra space. Super cable TV, pay Wi-Fi is excellent and economical. Daily rate based on $525/month "view lot" price - well worth it! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, quiet park with wide sites and paved roads. The facilities located at the office are great with a fairly large pool, spa, fitness room, billiards, laundry, clean restrooms and plenty of showers, library and computer room. The free WiFi is a poor connection but you can get good WiFi for $15 a week. The nightly rate is posted at $50 which is a bit high but we chose the weekly rate of $250 or $35 a night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good overnight stop. We arrived late, but there was an envelope waiting for us. The manager was really nice; he gave our kids a ride in his golf cart which they thought was great. Clean bathrooms and showers. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent facility with roomy sites that are level, gravel paved with an adjacent concrete pad for use as a patio and/or additional parking. We were escorted to the site by the resort management who were super friendly and helpful. The park is very clean and the restrooms, laundry and pool/jacuzzi areas are spotless. The resort also features a billards room and horse shoe pits. Pets are welcomed and there are two small fenced dog exercise areas within the park and gated access to the adjoing desert for dog walking. The resort is a few miles away from the casino action and the resort does not have shuttle service. We will stay here again. (Note - would have rated a 10 if there were some shade trees.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Here on a monthly rate. Nice park with great views of the mountains. The laundry room and restrooms are spotless. Great staff and lots of things to do. We love the pool area. The town is cute with nice people living there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is pretty wide open which leaves you susceptible to blasting winds and blistering heat. The park itself has modular units dispersed among the RV sites. Our site wasn't very even and left the front wheels off the ground when leveled. The park is neat and tidy and had very clean and modern pool and laundry facilities. Wi-Fi was non existent. For the price you would expect something more resort like. I would prefer more of a park like setting than a parking lot if I should return to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While this is a clean and friendly park, I think at $50 per day the Wi-Fi should work at your location. At least put an antenna on the roof or offer buster antenna's for your rig. It is a real pain to have to go up to the office to use your computer at this price. They also have not re-graveled since the day they opened so it is not that level. Also, please note that this park is really in Littlefield, AZ but only a mile from Mesquite and the only nice park in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
High price - and it's more of a park model resort than an RV park. However, it is spotless and has all the right amenities. Excellent site, large rock pad with paved parking. WIFI is free but signal was weak. Great pool and hot-tub. Nicest place in Mesquite. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this as an overnight stop, NOT what it is designed for. Sites were gravel and pavement, pull through. Zero shade, though. Didn't use pool or any facilities, that was our choice due to short stay. Staff member (only one) was friendly, but forgetfull. This would be a nice destination campground if you liked to golf, probably too pricey just for an overnighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an awesome park. Park managers are extremely cordial, sites are immaculate and very large. Swimming pool and spa are immaculate. This park is close to the shopping area and the NV casinos. It's very quiet and picturesque. We plan many, many more trips there. If all parks were like this one . . . Rving would be perfect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 5 / 10 ]
Pool out of order. Continuous! Weight Room Machines Broken! New managers poor!
We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is a very nice 55+ campground that is beautifully maintained. The atmosphere is peaceful and serene with beautiful views overlooking an adjacent golf course and the mountains beyond. Located just a few minutes from Mesquite Nevada you have access to golf, shopping, casino action, movies and restaurants but are able to come home to a park that seems to be away from it all. The pool, laundry, and restrooms are clean. There is a park model section that is separate from the RV lots that shows pride of ownership. This park is very pet friendly as there is open desert adjacent to the park to walk your animals. The sites are gravel with concrete pads and very spacious. If all parks were this nice we would all be happy campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very tight and hard to navigate getting in and traveling in the park. Check-in was confusing. Had to walk several blocks to enter a casino full of smoke and wait in the registration area of the hotel among all the other hotel guests to check-in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a good place to stay while in or passing through the area. The Oasis resort is closed but the campground and pool are both still open. Sites are paved and the utilities and laundry all worked fine. Paid Wi-Fi was available but the price was unreasonable. Checking in required a trip to the Casa Blanca which was somewhat inconvenient since they were a few blocks away. It served it's purpose well though and we'd stop by again in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The Oasis Casino/Motel is closed but the RV sites are being managed by the Casablanca Casino close by (the phone gets rolled over to Casablanca). Sites were hard to get to from the road (had to do a u-turn on a side street), and pull-through sites were too short (45 feet) for a motorhome and tow car. Sites were level asphalt, though narrow, and utility hookup was OK. Dog walk area was minimal. OK for a one-night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just a parking lot, fine for overnight stay -- EXCEPT... Oasis RV Park is at defunct Oasis casino/hotel. It is managed by Casablanca casino/hotel that is a couple of blocks away. You must FIRST go to the Casablanca registration desk to pay and be given a site at Oasis. However, it can be difficult to pull into Casablanca to do this, since the entrance and obvious parking areas are for cars; a big RV might have difficulties. We felt it was too risky. One option is to somehow get into the large Casablanca parking area on the east side, go in and register, then drive a block to Oasis RV Park. Instead, we pulled into Oasis, found a space we liked, then called Casablanca registration desk to verify. They argued about this approach, but accepted it. We then walked to Casablanca to pay (and ended up eating in their restaurant). The attraction of Oasis is pull-through spaces for a quick overnight, but we found them shorter than average. Our coach+tow length is a few inches under 50 feet, but the spaces are more like 48 feet. Fortunately, Our overhang on both ends didn't quite block the roads, but longer rigs had to unhook to use a pull-through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good place to stay overnight. We were here a total of 3 different times and the laundry room machines were out of order all three times. The TV cable was not working, but within an hour they came and fixed it. We were pleased and impressed with all the courteous and friendly staff and quick response to any request. The Oasis casino is closed down and out of business, but the CasaBlanca is managing the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
The Oasis Casino and Motel is completely closed. Check in is at the Casa Blanca Registration Desk, which is not convenient but workable for the value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This "park" is now closed. There was a chain across the entrance. We did not stay at this time, but wanted to post the information. We were told that the RV park, casino, and hotel are going to be demolished. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is fine for overnight and would get a higher rating if they ever cleaned the bathroom. We hung around for the reasonable rate ($19 + tax),cable TV, laundry and because this seemed better than the other casino park. No mention of Wi-Fi, but Verizon air card and cell are strong. Big hassle to find a site, then go to the hotel (casino was closed, like a ghost town) to register. Told desk staff twice that bathroom wasn't cleaned for 2 days. On 3rd day, toilet paper was re-stocked and trash emptied, but toilets and showers NOT cleaned. Ants are on one toilet, other were backed up. Pretty gross. Better idea to stay for free across the street in large parking lot, or go to new WMSC. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here April 2009 ... I made a reservation 2 or 3 hours before we arrived ... there is phone to contact the RV office ... we negotiated a site that I liked. The sites are not large ... but we were only there overnight and it worked out fine ... we did not use the restrooms / showers Sidenote 1: It is best if you exit I-15 at exit #122 and then travel west on Mesquite Ave because there is an island that divides Mesquite Ave and you can't enter directly when eastbound ... you would need to make a U-Turn or turn around in a business Sidenote 2: The Oasis casino was closed the night we were there ... the Casablanca casino was going strong ... we had a very nice dinner in their restaurant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As stated in a previous review, Oasis RV is basically an asphalt parking lot with full hook-ups. There is a perimeter of grass if you need to walk the dog. That is a big issue for us. For a casino park, it is fine. Better than many. There is a phone on the building at the entrance to call the office and give a credit card then go over after parking to check in. There were very few rigs here during our stay, so maneuvering was not an issue. The row of sites by the street were not level. Interesting fact: while we were at the Oasis, the unlevel sites by the streets (possible noise) were the ones that were mostly taken. There are some trees behind those sites for a little shade. We parked in one site for the shade, and realized that we could not get satellite. Later moved to another site, and DH parked under a tree, so still no satellite!! OH well, there is cable TV. Wi-Fi is available for a fee from the hotel. I did not use it, but there was a fairly strong signal. We will use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small spaces, unkempt with little security. Basically a parking lot with hook ups. No one on site to check you in, you have to walk to the casino to check in. We stayed one night just passing through to Lake Powell. Wouldn't want to spend anytime here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is basically a paved parking lot with hookups. The sites are tight ,but do-able, and I can attest to this since I am new to RVing and could maneuver around. However, you should definitely walk to your assigned site before driving to it with your rig, to make sure it is suitable for your rig. If you call ahead and make a reservation with your credit card, then when you arrive, simply pull into the park and use the red phone at the entrance to let the desk know your arrival. You will then be given a site. If you don’t like the site, then you can just use the phone again and tell them what site you want. We were told that we had to check in at the desk when we arrived, but we just drove to the park instead. The sites are about 46’ long and most of the rigs extended beyond the site. If you want a site with hookups, if you want a casino and to use the swimming pools, then stay here. If you don’t need hookups, then there is a large parking lot across the street that could be used for overnight parking. In addition, the casinos CasaBlanca, Virgin and Oasis are all owned by the same company. Virgin, however, no longer has hookups, but just dry camping behind building 9. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My, my, my! This place gets a little worse every time. The town has built a Wal- Mart on the north side of the highway, Use it ! You do have to check in at the casino, very long lines, and the price just keeps on going up. Many travelers towing toads that were extended out into the driveway, power did not work most of the time, no one cares ! We will pass through here from now on. St. George is just a short drive up the Hwy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They took out the RV park office. Now you have to check in at the Hotel desk. I was told I couldn't park and would not get an assigned space until I checked in at the hotel desk. The line for check in was long, so I went back and parked in a space and then went over later and registered. They didn't seem to mind that I had selected a site. So if you need to stay there park first and then register. They raised the rate from 16 to 23 and took out the office, but if you get there early and get one of the back ins it's not too bad. The pull thrus are not big rig friendly. Would stay in the parking lot next time if I stopped there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had pull through site #76 and it was really narrow and rather short for both the RV and the car and we only have a 30 ft class A and tow a Cavalier. I wouldn't consider this a big rig friendly place. Most sites had something hanging out into the roadway so extra care was needed to get in, out and around the park. The back in sites were much wider (#51 to 57 look good for us), you can park the tow vehicle next to the RV. A rather crummy park but inexpensive, FHU with 50 amp electric and excellent cable. Awkward to get to if you come from the west and take exit #120, you can't turn left into the park so you have to pass it, turn left at the light and turn around in a dirt area. You can turn left into the casino/hotel area and you may be able to work your way to the RV park from there but we didn't see it. There's a Wal-Mart Supercenter just across the freeway. If we decide to stay in Mesquite again we'll try the Casablanca. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spots are real tight. This is not a park to spend months at. They have a max 2 week stay. It is clean and very secure With Casino Security patrolling every hour. One little warning don't let the water from the sprinklers get on your Home. You will have a heck of a time getting the residue off your stuff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gosh! What can you say about a parking lot inside a parking lot? It was pretty dirty, the people party all night and kept us awake off and on all night. Someone kept using the toilet and refusing to flush it, causing a terrible smell in the shower room. The showers were filthy. would i stay here again? NEVER! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
To call this an RV park or resort is a misnomer. It's an asphalt parking lot with absolutely no shade whatsoever. We checked in for one night at about 1pm. The office was closed so not able to rate the staff. Had to walk about 200 yards to the casino/hotel registration desk to check-in. Do not stay here in the summertime - too hot. Also had to contend with millions of grasshoppers congesting the entire area. Maybe they were locusts - not really sure. Should have checked into the hotel, will never stay in their RV Park (?) again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I love this park. Yes. it's a parking lot, but an excellent parking lot. That's what you want in Casino towns, a nice safe place to park and easy, well lighted, night access to the Casino. As a bonus for me lots of places to walk your dog. Grass and trees and your name on a reserved spot if you get there after the office closes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
I have to give it a great rating. Basically a parking lot, but great access to Casino Pool and lounge area. Terrific rates and very cheap food ($3 breakfast). Very nice staff and very clean area. Lots of room for parking two cars plus RV. Laundry and showers in RV area plus at the pool. We drove from here to various sites including Vegas, Bryce Canyon, etc... Security is excellent. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice stop for a couple of days at $14.00. It's a parking lot but not as bad as some. We looked at others in town. The sites are narrow but just enough. The huge pool area is great and much appreciated after a hot day. Drive to other restuarants/casinos or walk to theirs. We enjoyed it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It's basically a converted parking like with and eye on... 'how many RV'ers can we fit. Very
basic but does have some sites with shade. We had site #1 (sites 1-10 are first row and we were up against the main drag so it was noisy. GO deeper and you
should be better off. It's a short walk to the casino through the hotel parking lot. Better than Walmart only because they had hookups. Never found the
showers. FYI, 40'+ may find it too tight on the east side of the park to get out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. This RV park - not a Resort (there is no pool), is on top of the little hill overlooking Mesquite, with great views around. Because of the slow business they stopped at phase one. I think, they will never finish phase two and three. Because of slow business the office is not open every day. Check in is like in some State Parks on self registering basis. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Wi-Fi is out of order, posted at Office door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The basis of this review is the belief that a score of 10 is equivalent to a hotel raring of 5-6 star hotel. We arrived late evening and were greeted by the camp host who assisted us in finding a space and positioning our coach. The park is clean and easy to maneuver with great views of the city lights. It is clean, quiet, easily accessible and the staff pleasant and engaging. It's a new park and still under development. We didn't use Wi-Fi so not sure if it was available. We stayed one night. We will stay here again and tell others to do so as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park that is still being developed. The staff is very friendly and helpful, but seems to be on a part time basis. There are no picnic tables, and that is a real drawback in a place that can be very hot. All in all a nice park that needs further development. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Solitude atop the hill with fantastic sunrise and sunset mountain views! Away from highway noise, this is a new park waiting for its trees to mature, which will help. The only reason we didn't give it a 10 is that at this time, they have only one toilet stall per gender, and 3 showers total (albeit all are brand-new and sparkling). We would stay here again when passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New, clean, and beautiful mesa top setting. Easy access on paved roads and long wide pea gravel sites. We consider this to be the best park to stay in when visiting Mesquite. WiFi is available, but only in the office/lounge area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with options to face either north or south in the pull through sites. Their web site sounds like they prefer motorhomes, but this was not our experience. They do not have an enclosed dog area but have lots of grass and were very pet friendly. This was a high price for what they offered but we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park on hill overlooking city. We arrived after closing, but manager came & helped us get checked in. Pet friendly with a large grassy area next to a large pond with waterfalls. We had a pull through site that was large enough that we did not have to unhook. We would have liked to have stayed longer than one night, after seeing how nice & quiet this park is. Definitely will stay here again, and would possibly consider purchasing a lot, as this looks be a great spot when finished. We camped here in a Fifth wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a new park. The facilities inside are nice. There is a small fitness room with a treadmill and elliptical machine. There is an office with a computer and fax. There is a nice laundry room with new equipment. Also, a pool table and air hockey. The internet is free but very slow and occasionally did not work. There is no shade but there are patches of grass for each spot. The website says there is a pool, however the pool has not been built yet. The only complaint is that owner is not on sight. There are 2 people managing it temporarily that are staying there. One of the "managers" is pretty rude, the other is very friendly and nice. We discovered price quotes were different between the people staying at the park. Additionally, the electricity was free initially, then added in after we were there for 3 weeks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Really the only game in town. A lovely campground high on the hill overlooking Mesquite, Nevada. Unfortunately it looks like the developer took some short cuts and it shows. They would like to 'sell' sites here, but no self respecting 45 foot coach can fit in here without some effort because of said shortcuts. If I were them I'd fully develop the entire complex and cater to the entire RV community; however they MUST make the sites compatible with larger RV's (38' and bigger). This 'resort' has huge potential. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived late at night and were greeted by a very nice man working/ living there. The RV resort is new and you can see that. It is.a work in progress. The gravel site we were on was very uneven and our motorhome could not level itself out like it normally does. They are getting a pool for the summer and have a nice view of the town. I would stay here again and hope they have leveled their sites out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice location near golf and casino. Great view of city lights and mountains. All gravel sites but level. Nice dog friendly places. Very little RV's here so it was not crowded. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is still under construction, but they have some sites available for overnight or longer. The idea is to sell sites at some point, but still have a few for rent. Since the park was still under construction, there was a lot of activity going on during the day on weekdays. The park is not crowded and has a lovely spot on top of the hills. Our spot looked out over the valley and the evenings were very pretty with the lights from town. Currently, laundry is free and in new machines - only 2 of each, however. The park personnel are very personable and helpful. We did get one night free from the ad in Trailer Life. The one drawback is that all their sites are "pull in" so you have to back out when it is time to leave. But we easily got our 40' MH plus a full size pickup in the site. There also are no picnic tables which would have been nice. There aren't a lot of choices in Mesquite and this is a nice alternative. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Solstice is a new resort, opening in May, 2010. At this time, to attract customers, they are offering the second night free. We were also here a couple of months ago, and we were the second "customer". Eventually, this will be a 10-10-10 resort for Class A motor coaches. At this time, other type RV's are accepted. When completed, assuming the economy allows, there will be a huge number of sites which will be for sale. Some sites are large enough for cottages to be built. No pool at this time, but is planned. Free WiFi with good signal. Beautiful resort, up high with a great view. Definitely a place to visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fairly new RV park with nice wide spaces. Easy to maneuver. Staff was friendly though the paperwork was more than we expected. The street address is at a back gate that is closed, so don't use your GPS. Enter in front of the Smith's parking lot. Showers and bathrooms are large and very clean. Rate is for a pull-through including taxes. Only downside is no pool or spa. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large paved interior roads and large gravel spaces. Our back-in was HUGE, easy to get into, and had cable. Very dog friendly (Ann at the check-in desk was very popular with our pooch as she gave her lots of doggie treats), but they're not allowed on the grass near the gazebo/putting green. There are, however, 2 small off-leash areas. Donuts/bagels and coffee most mornings. Walking distance to groceries and restaurants, as well as a nail salon, pizza, and a bicycle shop. Close to casinos. Close to a great bike trail that goes by the Virgin River. Would've given it a 10 except for the mostly non-existant wifi. However, the nearby Jack-in-the-box had good wifi. Park entrance was hard to find as signs say "New RV Park" with no name. Turn east at the Smith's gas station, then right as if going into the Smith's grocery store-park is on left. We'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is without doubt the nicest RV park I've ever been to. Exceptionally clean and spacious restroom and shower facilities. (MUCH nicer than many motels!) Easy walking distance to grocery store, pharmacy, and restaurants. Great view of mountains to the south and, although not much shade, incredible palm trees within the park. Amenities include a laundry facility, putting green, grill and cookout facility, pool table, and did I mention sparkling restrooms and showers? Easy off/on access to I-15, but a quiet facility. (Not like staying next to the Interstate...) We stayed only one night as we were passing through to Utah National Parks, but I'd stay here again without question. Note that we don’t carry a TV around so no cable service is necessary nor could I assess the service. We use the fifth-wheel primarily to have a comfortable place to sleep, a toilet and shower that don’t offer surprises, and someplace to store food. Other than that, we live outside! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very small and the sites are very unlevel. Our levelers sunk into the gravel and we couldn't adequately level our coach so our fridge didn't work. The staff was not knowledgeable and didn't give us a Wi-Fi code. We went back to get it and they nastily told us they already wrote it down for us. We went back and brought the paper to them and showed them it wasn't there and they didn't even apologize. There are 2 single bathrooms for the whole park and there was not any toilet paper. This park is not pet friendly, no grass anywhere. Camping here is like camping in a parking lot. If you want a place to park while you play golf it will work, but I wouldn't recommend it if you are used to parks like KOA that offer lots of services. They don't have a store or sell ice. I would not come back to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great overnight stop with wide paved streets and level gravel sites. There are large pull-thrus and nice back in sites. There is no shade and no grass but they have a lovely covered patio area near the office for customer use. The laundry was clean and nice and there are two private bath/showers. Good cable and good Wi-Fi. Smith’s market is just outside the gate and very easy to walk to. We did not unhitch as the site was level and the store was close. Management was very friendly and accommodating. The only problem here is the address and actually finding the place. The address leads you to a driveway gate that is bolted closed. What you have to do is enter the Smith’s parking lot and go to the back. Not an easy entrance but it does work….after a short tour of the neighborhood. We did feel that the price was much more than the value. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful young man at check in. Pull through held our truck and 33 ft 5th wheel. Wi-fi worked good and great cable. It was handy to have Smiths next door and also a Dominos Pizza. Would be nice to see the trees get bigger and supply a little shade. Considering the choices we would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a new park with nothing fancy about it. However, it is good for an overnight. Easy in and out once you figure out where the front gate is. Convenient to Smiths, and as stated in prior reviews, the curbing is a bit steep so take it slow. Plenty of room for our 40 ft fifth wheel and worked well as we were not unhooking and headed on early the next day. Not a social, park or one you would stay in long term . Would stay again for an overnight. Only gave it a 7 due to little to no landscaping, and it is a little hard to find. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are several good points about this park. They have roomy wide level spaces, a neat, clean park, a convenient location close to Smith's and restaurants. It is new, but they don't have a dog run, so all dogs have to do they jobs on the park spaces. The sewer hookups are recessed so one can't screw in the sewer hose. The curbs are too steep for comfort. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean "overnight" campground but not what I'd call a destination park though there are long termers. The park would benefit from a leveling of its sites; it took me two sites to find one I could barely level in with jacks and I watched no less than five other RVs with leveling trouble in different spaces . The 33 item Park Rules put me off a bit and I probably won't stay here again because of these two issues. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great find on our way from Phoenix to Salt Lake. We planned to stop in St. George, but opted to stay here. Big rig friendly pull throughs and wide paved streets. Our site was nice and level. Friendly, courteous staff. Next door is a nice Smith's Supermarket, ladies. Fellas, this is Nevada - you can stock the bar there as well! Will return to Mequite and Sun Resorts again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, new park with large sites. Friendly staff will guide you to your site. Entrance is NOT on Old Mill Road, though that is their address. Instead, turn left on Hillside (at the Smith's gas station) to get to the entrance. If all you want is a cheap one night, then go to the casino RV park. But if you're going to stay a few days and want a reasonable rate for a clean, spacious, quiet park, stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the "New RV Park" one sees advertised for many miles when approaching Mesquite. The park and facilities are new and clean. We saw no liter. The park roads are paved, which we like. The sites are fairly level, fairly tight, and of desert sand. While its nice to have a market next door, there are residential areas on the other three sides, definitely a "parked in a city" feeling. The check-in process is more laborious than any I've ever seen, more like renting an apartment. The Mesquite casinos allow smoking, so intolerable for us. We left after two of three "contracted" days. Probably still the best park for buck in town, but the park at the north end looks nicer and pricier. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We planned to stay here two nights but decided to stay three months. This park is new and a work in progress. Paved roads, packed level gravel sites with night light, and well placed utilities. There are lots of new trees planted but no shade yet. The married couple camp ground hosts are the managers and are available 24 hours a day. You won't find nicer or more helpful people. The park is surprisingly very quiet and secure because of an arrangement for local police to patrol it at night. It has the convenience of being next to an all purpose grocery store with a bakery, pharmacy, liquor and deli sales. Within a block there are restaurants, fast food places, gas stations, and casinos nearby. Wi-Fi Internet service was very good with several antennas throughout the park. Restrooms/showers were always clean as was the laundry room with large washer and dryers. There is no pool but a mile away is the Mesquite Recreation and Senior Center with indoor and outdoor pools and other exercising facilities We will stay here again and recommend it to anyone. The nightly cost is based on the monthly fee. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When you come off the Interstate take the street in front of Smith's gas station rather than using the street address (as the street address on the web site will take you an entrance that is now blocked off). This is a very nice park - quiet, clean and the hosts are very friendly. The parking pads are gravel, however, are flat and easy to access. Connections are good but wifi can be a bit slow. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely recommend it. We stayed for a week while exploring the Zion National Park. Our fee was based on staying for a week and incl taxes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed two nights here. We had not stayed here before, so we decided to check it out since it's new. Paved roads with packed gravel sites. Hookups well placed. Long pull through sites. We wouldn't have had to unhook our towed from our 32 ft rig if we didn't want to. I didn't consider this park pet friendly. No bags available, all asphalt and gravel. No real place to walk the dog. It is also pricey for amenities available. Very small put put miniature golf, no grass anywhere, and no pool. Also rather noisy. We are familiar with other parks in Mesquite. Felt there are better choices available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is brand new and very clean. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is a great stop for overnight. It was pet friendly. For us there was just not much to do outside the park. There is access to a river, Zion National Park, and casinos. We were just traveling through and it worked for us great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a pull-through site so maybe that was why an upcharge. We have a 45' motorhome and were able to navigate quite easily. Sites are packed gravel. Full sun. We would stay again. Just be sure to follow my directions to find the park. Do not follow the E. Old Mill Road directions, as that will take you to the backside of the park into a residential neighborhood. Their roads are very wide and you can turn down those streets to circle back, but who wants to. Here is what I suggest: Go South from highway exit on Pioneer Blvd. Turn left onto Hillside Dr. just before Smith's Express sign. This is the first light after exiting the highway. Turn right at the No Parking sign (a blue and yellow NEW RV PARK sign is on the corner). This is actually an entrance to the Smiths grocery store, but that's o.k. Turn left into the park. Blue and yellow signs all over the place. All of this is close to the highway exit so keep a sharp lookout. Enjoy the casinos. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New RV Park - open only 7 months. Staff friendly, park was clean. No shade trees yet - but small trees planted at each site. Owner is working on adding amenities. Easy access to highway. Good place for overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.