1 Park near Shoshone, California
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Due to the super bloom in Death Valley there were no sites available in the Park.
The campground is not fancy but meets ones needs. No cell service of any kind. Prices for goods and gas in Shoshone are over priced so stock up and gas up before you get there. If you do need something make the drive to Pahrump, NV.
Would have been a better experience for visiting the park if the closest road into the park wasn't closed due to the flooding in October. - jnateg
Mar 2016 - $27.00
Apparently spring break in California starts in the winter as we were unable to book a site in Death Valley National Park. This was what was available. RV Park is a couple of acres of mostly dirt. Sites are close to one another and alternate directions. No TV by air and they have chosen to not offer cable, so bring your satellite dish and insist on a space away from trees or bring your DVDs. WIFI worked okay the first 3 days we were here. Then someone checked in and streamed movies all night knocking everyone else in the park off the Internet. Owners do not monitor WIFI use. Electric, water, sewer were fine. When we checked in, the owners were reportedly ill, so a waitress from the local restaurant checked us in. She didn't know much and cared even less, so not much help. If you can book a site in the national park, do it. - ramblin' vagabonds
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Decent little park where little else exists. Price was right for what it is - mostly dirt with some gravel and patches of grass by a few sites. Some spots fairly level but others required lots of blocks. Small restrooms were dated and marginally clean at best; needed attention most of the time. Beautiful old trees and spring-fed pool were nice, but very little shade here in the desert. 2 w/d @ $2.00 ea. ZERO TV STATIONS and ZERO CELL SERVICE. Each gal who worked in the office from 1p-9p was nice, but nobody else was ever around and if the gal was guiding a new guest to their site the office was closed. CG is getting tired and a lot is being overlooked; needs some capital investment and more attention to make it better. We will try to get into DVNP next time, but would stay here again if we needed to. - Jolly Out There