13 Parks near Tecopa Hot Springs, California
Mar 2016 - $29.00
This place is old and looks it, but it's not a bad place to stay in an area where there are few options with hookups. The connections worked fine, and there is wi-fi, although it only worked on and off. No Verizon service at all and I don't think any cell networks work either. Manager was very nice and friendly. Cash or check only. The best part is the bath house. There are two private rooms with a shower and a soaking tub with water directly from the nearby hot spring. Very soothing and relaxing. Shower, tub and room were very clean. The shower is standard size, but the soaking pool easily accommodates two people. Restrooms were very clean too. Very quiet place. There is no town per se, though, so don't expect to gas up or do any shopping. There is a convenience store, didn't check it out though. The café across the street has great food. Worth stopping on the way to/from Death Valley for a quiet night and nice soak. - Pdxjoanne
Jan 2016 - $28.00
We were planning on staying in Tecopa for one night...and it stretched into four as we waited for some general deliver mail....We moved here from another park as this one was $7 cheaper per night and is the only one in town with wifi. Which worked great, by the way. (There is no cell service in the entire valley) The park is simply a gravel lot with full hook-ups, but they have two private hot baths that were a terrific way to end the day!
The people here were some of the friendliest we have met in an RV park. We got a tour of the area from a couple that has been wintering here for 15 years! They gather for coffee each morning and cocktail hour and cards each evening.
There are quite a few little nooks and crannies to discover in this area, if you spend some time here.
NOTE: There is no drinking water in the valley. Nor is there any water to fill your tanks. The only water in the valley is the same water that fills the hot pools and it is chock full of minerals. We were able to run water through our system, avoiding the water heater, with the full hook-ups. Come prepared! The nearest water is in Pahrump, 35 miles away. The good news, is we never needed to use our shower as we soaked in the hot pools each day and showered there... - ALbums
Dec 2015 - $12.00
The $12 is based on monthly rates. We have been staying here for 15 years and it just gets better each year. We have a home about 40 miles from here yet we prefer to spend Christmas and New Years here with great friends and the healing hot springs. Trips to old gold mines, Death Valley and then a soak in the springs....it just does not get any better!
Morning coffee is accompanied with bakery goods donated by some of the campers. Happy hour is usually followed by card games and occasionally a communal camp fire. Wifi is good and the restrooms, free private hot spring baths, clubhouse and grounds are spotless. Your cell phone will most likely not work and that can be another reason to visit here. - paulg
Feb 2016 - $18.00
We didn't go there for the camp site, but a good stopping off place for the night, a chance to soak/relax in the hot springs and trip to the excellent China Ranch Date Farm. Very friendly owners and staff. Camp sites are very basic in an open lot with pull through spots and OK electric, but no water. No shade. Very quiet and dark. Dump site available. No cell or OTA signal. Would definitely stay again for their hot springs and to go back to the date farm. - RPWAINC
Nov 2010 - $10.00
Owner and her staff are very nice and helpful people. It was a joy to be able to stay at their resort. I will stay here again in the future because the tubs for the hot springs were almost always at a consistent temperature. - R. Bowne
Oct 2009 - $25.00
Our second time visiting Tecopa Hot Springs (the first time we stayed at Delight's). We chose this place because Pastel's Bistro--a destination restaurant if ever there were one--is on the property. It's fabulous. Other pluses: they have their own labyrinth to walk and the views from the spaces up the hill are quite nice. The bathhouse for the hot springs isn't very good, though. Showers are separate from the small soaking tubs, so bring a cover up. Both tubs are fully enclosed. (Delight's are larger and one opens up to the stars.) Very nice management, though. We would stay again if soaking isn't our priority. - JCLC
Jun 2010 - $39.00
We have stayed here on many occasions, the hot baths are absolutely wonderful. This is definitely a place to unwind and de-stress. There are no club houses etc., I wouldn't say its a place you would go if you wanted to party, and not a place for younger children. There is the check in area which has a small seating area with a computer you can access; if you park in a space closer to the buildings you can sometimes pick up their WiFi. They have a massage person who is here at times, that my husband swears by. It gets very very hot in the summer months so make sure your A/C is working!! If you visit, take a nighttime dip in one of the outside pools and enjoy the warm night air and beautiful stars! - Gypsy Lorna
Mar 2009 - $33.00
What a funky, yet delicious, place. For $33, you get full hookups, desert views, serenades by the frogs in the lake (which, after very silent Death Valley, is a song to be savored), level sites, and 24/7 access to 100-104 degree private hot springs baths. You are allowed 30 minutes each time, but can go whenever. Some rooms are open to the sky, and the night sky is spectacular here. (Star parties at nearby Pastels Bistro--which you MUST go to--are held around new moons.) And how many campgrounds do you go to that have on-site massage as well as luxurious robes for sale in the office? Facilities are a bit worn, but still *delightful*. Dogs won't be too happy here--lots of gravel and mineral y ground--but they'll get over it and you won't mind after soaking in those yummy mineral baths. - JCLC
Apr 2014 - $27.00
Passport America rate helped with cost. Had a large pull through and the utilities worked well. A bit far out from casinos. Bowling alley and snack bar on site. Service in the snack bar for lunch was okay, but the dinner service was agonizingly slow. The pools and hot tub were a nice temperature, but had lots of leaves in the pools. Okay for a night or two. The office staff was helpful and professional. - DEBandVINCE
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Maybe I hit it at the wrong time but I tried calling to make a reservation on Friday for the coming Saturday and Sunday and called at 5:50pm and again at 6:30 and had to leave a message both times for them to call back.
They didn't. I called again 9;30am Saturday and the same scenario.
I arrived Saturday around 4:15pm and asked why they didn't return my phone calls and was told they close at 5:00pm on Friday. ( there phone message states they close at 7:00pm.) They still didn't call back on any of the 3 messages.
I was assigned a site which I did not like and they did let me move to a ( premium site at a little more which I was told I could pay the difference the next day. That was OK with me.
Although the premium site was not any different from the 2 next to it which were not premium.
It was a weekend and there were a lot of kids riding around and cutting through our site to get to the lake.
We even left after one night even though we paid for two.
They didn't open up until 9:00am so I called and left a message that if I could get a refund for the second night minus the extra cost for the first night that would be great.
Guess what...no return call.
When we checked in they did not mention any code for the wifi so I can't really comment on that.
They do have cable outlets but do not offer it.
I would not stay here again. - twowoofs
Jun 2016 - $36.00
A welcome oasis as temps outside were 105. Nicely shaded with mature trees. Park was maybe 2/3 full and had no issues with electric even though everyone was running air conditioners 24/7. Level paved sites with decent separation. Strong Verizon cell signal. Our site was towards the back of park away from the pool, playground, and lake thus a bit quieter. Check-in was a snap and office ladies very pleasant. Would stay here again if in the area. - TravelinTail
Apr 2016 - $26.00
We've camped here many times. It previously was a beautiful, well maintained park, but with new owners taking over out of bankruptcy, from a previous group they have not brought it back to its former class. The grass was dying (they claim that they are working to repair a broken sprinkler system, we'll see), the lake water level was down. Check-in was Slooooooooow. The clerks claimed it was a new reservation system, but I think it was more that the clerks weren't trained correctly, if at all. The associated Lakeside restaurant has been refurbished and modernized. The food was edible, but the chef won't win a James Beard award. Succinctly this park was not up to previous standards.... but, the presence of lake in the middle of the desert still makes it a good place to stop. In all fairness, the new owners need to spend significant funds to elevate it back to its original shape and this will take some time. - Vegas Tom
Dec 2009 - $15.00
I planned on spending a month in Pahrump and I liked the reviews of this park so when I checked in I paid for the full month. I have stayed in this area before although not at this park. The staff was very friendly. All of the sites are pull through and I had my choice. It took a couple of tries to get far enough forward to hook up. The sites are gravel and most of them have grass. First problem - website said TV was available for a charge. I would have paid the charge but they didn't have any converters available. Second problem - the internet was terrible. If I managed to connect the signal was so slow it was worse than being on dial up. I changed sites in the morning so the internet was more reliable but still slow. The road to the park is dirt and when it rained it was very muddy. I ended up pulling out after 5 nights and I managed to get a refund but the manager was very reluctant to give it to me. If you don't care about park supplied wireless, have a satellite dish and a toad I would recommend this park but it wasn't suitable for my needs. (Part of that is my fault - I carry a scooter instead of a toad and I thought it would be warmer. I ended up driving into town several times and my rig was covered in mud by the time I left) - Janshark
May 2009 - $35.00
If you enjoy drama, and want to deal with someone who is drunk 24/7; then this is the park for you!! When you check in, you have to be here before 9 a.m. or forget it!! The bathrooms are poorly cleaned, the overall maintenance of the park is horrible. Weeds everywhere!! Some people are charged for internet--when it works, and some are not; depending how drunk she is upon check-in. You must also give your ip-address so she can track what you do online. As for "friendly", that is a misused term for this park. There are plenty of reasonable and beautiful parks in town that are more pleasant and enjoyable. Especially for long stays!! I will NEVER stay at this park again OR recommend it to anyone!!! - pahdumpy
Apr 2009 - $20.00
This is a great little park. No frills, no clubhouse or anything like that, but is a slow-paced, very relaxing and very well maintained park. The park is set up to handle extended-stay or long-term but also provides for over-night or short term stays. The monthly rate is excellent. They charge $350.00 per month flat-rate including electric, water and sewer in the price for a 30Amp and $375.00 per month for 50Amp. The management is very friendly and helpful. All the sites are pull-through. They have no back-in sites so it makes it very convenient. They are approximately 1-mile down the road from the 5-star Terrible's Lakeside RV Resort. It's a short drive or a nice walk to their casino and to take advantage of their nice lake. The town of Pahrump is small but has all the necessities and is a quaint and friendly town. There are a total of 6 casinos in town and a very wide variety of restaurants to include Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Filipino, BBQ, America, German and three exceptionally good buffets. I would highly recommend staying at this park. The park is clean and there are grass areas and picnic tables at every site. There are only two drawbacks, and they are of minor concern. One, is there are no shade trees and it does get HOT in the summer. Second, the swimming pool is not heated so it is only available during the summer months. - Terry10
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here 12 nights. This is a very clean, quiet, and friendly park. All sites are pull-through and level. The laundry is clean and even has a fenced in area for line drying clothes. Water pressure was adequate. They have a nice rec center that is not fancy, but very comfortable and offers some activities. We will definitely stay here again. The site owners were friendly and we felt very comfortable here. - Mgtann
Mar 2016 - $15.00
This park is for Escapees members only. As is usual with an Escapees facility, we were greeted warmly on our arrival by two of the residents. They informed us that since it was Sunday the office was closed, but we could dry camp for free for the first night and then check in with the office the next day if we needed or wanted to stay longer.
This park, like all Escapees parks, has nice amenities. There is a large clubhouse with a well stocked library, a laundry room and a crafts room. Residents enjoy many planned activities and visitors are welcome to join in.
The rate I quote above is for a full hook-up site, but since we just stayed one night our rate was free. We'll continue to use this park when in this part of the country. - BruceandKathyWA
Nov 2015 - $10.00
We have stayed here probably 8 times in the 6 years we have been full timers in our RV. We like it here as it is usually quiet and most "SKPs" are friendly and will help you out if they can. We like this area for the hiking and 4x4ing that is awesome in the Toiyabe National Forest area. We usually stop here in the spring and again in the fall of most years. The facilities are kept very clean and only the water pressure seems to be low at times. - Roger W
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Need a place to stay in Pahrump during the summer. They had everything that I needed including two really nice swimming pools. If I am in Pahrump in the future and need a place to park my RV I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - DennisA
Apr 2016 - $27.00
We have stayed at this park several times and will come back again. The spaceous sites are gravel with a concrete patio area. No picnic table, fire pit or cable TV which would make this park a 10. Pick a back-in site in rows 200, 400, 600 or 800 as they face Mt Charleston, which is a great view. The upper pool area has a spa and a fire pit with seating around. The winery has a great restaurant as well as free wine tasting in their tasting room. - Michael Kibler
Mar 2016 - $14.00
I would have rated Wine Ridge a "9 or 10" if their Wi-Fi was acceptable. They advertise "Free and enhanced Wi-Fi" but although it was free, it was anything but "enhanced." Reception issues aside, they have a block on YouTube (Wine Ridge uses YouTube videos on their website, but you can't view them using their Wi-Fi), and Netflix. (This block mysteriously disappeared when the latest season of "House of Cards" was showing and reappeared once one could be expected to finish viewing the episodes. I believe someone with access to the right button wanted to watch this on the park Wi-Fi.) This means if it's a video, whether it's educational or entertainment, you won't be able to view it on their Wi-Fi. This is not revealed ahead of time and I'm trying to figure out what the "enhanced" is? My stay was during the winter months so maybe the Wi-Fi is now up to decent standards. This is a pet peeve of mine as I plan accordingly for Wi-Fi access. Don't advertise Wi-Fi if it isn't in good working order and free of restrictions.
On the plus side, Wine Ridge is a very well run RV Park with customer satisfaction a high priority. It is extremely clean with the staff being very attentive to visitor's needs. I have not stayed at any RV Park which offers better value for the dollar than Wine Ridge. - jopa
Apr 2016 - $20.00
$20 is based on the weekly rate of $140 all inclusive. It is basically an asphalt parking lot with back-ins around the perimeter bordered by grass and trees, and pull thrus in the middle with shared pedestals (which can make things a little close when two alternate rigs are sharing a pedestal - only inches between slides; having your own pedestal on one of the islands is the way to go). Several gravel islands between pull-thrus with trees and pretty rose bushes. Sites are good size, utilities are convenient and worked well. Lots of cable stations. WIFI wasn't usable at our site. Restrooms always clean, laundry is $1.50/$1.50 but only 2 washers/dryers. It is convenient and clean, walking distance to casinos, food, shopping, etc; a good stop for overnight or longer. - lets move
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Great park spaces good size, great place to walk dog and very friendly staff . We had RZR so was able to go on rides straight from the park. Shopping very close. Would stay again. - Elizabeth24
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Very clean and well planned park. Landscaping all around perimeter and some on the interior of the park. Security cameras seen in the park. Check in was quick. Hookups were fine. We backed into a space with landscaping on one side. Mountain view when we looked out the rear window. Covered picnic tables scattered on the perimeter. - sp123
Mar 2013 - $29.00
We had intended to stay here, but when we arrived with our Aliner popup trailer on the afternoon of 03/07/2013, we were informed that they didn’t want our kind (not entirely self-contained); this is not mentioned in their glowing ads and reviews online, some of which brag about clean restrooms and showers. Other places that may cater largely to self-contained outfits generally find ways to accommodate us non-self-contained travelers; this Best Western didn’t bother. In response to my next question (could they recommend a place in town?), I was informed that “maybe some other places don’t have rules like we do…you’ll have to look around.” I didn’t like their attitude, and would not stay here, ever. Further, I believe that if a campground allows only self-contained units, that fact ought to be clearly and prominently posted online and in ads, so that we don’t waste our time considering it in the first place. - 796ccjohnson
Feb 2013 - $32.00
What a nice pretty RV park! They have very long pull through sites and the streets are easy to navigate through. We were in the back of the park and it was very quiet. The park is very pet friendly and there is plenty of grass to walk the dog. They do have adequate Wi-Fi. This park is right in the middle of the city, so it is close to all the action. The staff is nice and accommodating too. - RV4fun15
Apr 2012 - $32.00
While the long term sites are extremely attractive, our three night stay placed us in a pull through site designed for two trailers so our street side is no more than five feet from our neighbor. The check-in process was lacking, the staff neglected to provide key cards for the facilities which resulted in a return trip in the car to the front desk. While the park is relatively quiet, I think there are better campground options in Pahrump. - lanceley