Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $25.00
This is a great park; the hot springs are wonderful. The managers are awesome people. The park does need upgrading. We stayed here in Feb and now staying here on our return trip home to Reno. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
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Beatty is the gateway to Death Valley. It is a charming little town. Great views.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $25.00
Not too bad for an overnight stay. The tree pools as described by others are exactly as they say. We used the pool that was 104F., and wonderful heat, and private. We could have stayed in the pool as long as we wanted, 20 minutes was plenty. As witnessed by others, the 30 amp power was sketchy; we used it anyway, but did not connect to the water or sewer. We had to back out of our pull-through site. Use this place only as an overnight stay and nice soak in the hot pools after a day of driving, don't expect good RV park amenities. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
Older and cramped sites. After arriving and paying, the guy said to take whatever site I wanted. I checked the service at one of the few left and the 30 amp power pole was falling over and had a ground fault so I moved to another one. Pole was falling over but it did have power. After the last two rigs pulled in I realized that I was going to have to back out of my site in the morning there was no way to continue forward so I can't really say they are true "pull-thru sites". They said they had wifi but it was so slow that it took almost 5 minutes to get my email, surfing I wouldn't recommend. The hot springs were OK but small rundown buildings with no lights inside so if you went in them after dark, you were in the dark completely. The bathroom was not well kept and the laundry area was filthy, clothes laying all over the place and I think the clothes that were hanging out of the dryer when I got there, were still there the next morning. I would not stay here again. They just built a new one on the other side of town that I would stay at next time. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
Rate is for a FHU 30 amp pull thru site. Soaking in the hot springs was included in the price. Water pressure and power were on the low side. Not all the power pedestals work, but they are quick to point out which sites do work. This is a place you come to for the hot springs, not the RV spaces. The springs are great with three each separate private buildings and with different temperature. We would certainly stay here again if in the area because of the hot springs. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
The 3 private hot pools are the attraction for soaking, not swimming, it's too shallow. This park has new owners. It is located 5 miles north of Beatty on Hwy. 95. Friendly manager. Some highway noise. Lots of birds. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $20.00
Not your average stop over. Right off the road but there are 3 private hot springs. There are three different temperatures and you get a key for 20 minutes. When you are done you can check it out again if no one is waiting. Definitely would stay here again. A bit noisy near the road and not a great camping type site but the hot springs make up for all of it. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $20.00
This is a small, and very clean park with nice trees, easy access and friendly staff. It's close to the Highway, but noise at night was not bad. The hot springs was our draw, and they were great. The pools are small, housed in 3 separate ancient railroad buildings with varying temperatures and sand floors. Primitive and private with lockable doors and small dressing areas. Even though very old, the place had character, was immaculate and very well maintained. We felt safe staying there after a weeks tour of Death Valley. Definitely stay there again. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $20.00
I really liked this place due to its quiet setting and rustic setting. This is right on 95 so, one does hear road noise in the background, but after awhile I completely forgot it. Several large cottonwood trees dot the RV Park setting. The road and pads are compressed dirt. Picnic tables are throughout. The best thing about this park is its natural hot springs. There are 3 of them with varying temperatures. The staff was friendly and helpful. I didn't use their bathrooms; however, I got a peak. They are relatively clean and functional, but definitely not 5 star. Absolutely no cell phone service or Wi-Fi. I didn't even attempt the satellite TV. It appears that this RV Park needs a lot of upgrades, repairs and remodeling and it is on the market to be sold. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $18.00
Not much to look at, but the private hot springs are great, especially after 10 hours on the road. Managers were very friendly and helpful. I will definitely stop again for a night's rest and soak. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $1.00
This park and the hot springs are for sale, the camp has water and electric only and sewer hookups for minimum one week stays only. There apparently are problems here and we moved down the road to another park which has 50 amp full hookup sites. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2008 - $18.00
This is a typical Nevada small town park with trees and some grass, however, it is rustic (no cable or internet). The owners are friendly, very helpful and accommodating. The spring fed hot baths are delightful and the high point of our stay. Each bath is private, with dressing room and pool. Be sure to take shower shoes as the stairs and pool bottom are hard on the feet (the pool bottoms are natural rock and sand). The water is pristine, has no mineral smell and does not dry out your skin. The park is pet friendly but be aware that a coyote walked right through by the back of our trailer so watch your pets. There are lovely views, the sites are pull through and large but the roads and sites are dirt. We stayed two nights in a fifth wheel and will stay again when traveling this way. If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2008 - $18.00
A delightful find in the desert. Located about five miles north of Beatty on US 95. Campground dirt, under lots of cottonwood trees. The highlight are the natural hot springs which have been made into three pools of varying temperatures. Each pool is covered by a building for privacy and shade. Pools are extremely clean. This was a welcome find after a long day on the road. We would most definitely stay here again. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2008 - $20.00
This is a small park located on the highway. It has several private hot springs bathhouses that are included in the nightly price. Clean and perfect for that one night that you need to get off the road. It is also good for longer term to explore Death Valley area. We stay here every time we head south towards Vegas. We camped at Bailey's Hot Springs in a Fifth Wheel.