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1 RV Park near Dyer, Nevada
Feb 2018 - $25.00
What a little gem of an RV park! The people were wonderful and helpful. The wifi was fantastic for such an out-of-the way place. The little store had what we needed, it was safe and a real refuge in a nasty windstorm. We would definitely stay here again. - toccata
Feb 2018 - $25.00
We love to get off of 95 and travel the scenic back-roads of Nevada, always stopping in Dyer at one of our favorite RV Parks. The owner has now built a brand new laundry room and installed BRAND NEW machines! That convenience along with excellent wi fi and Verizon service makes this place an oasis. We appreciate the large pull-through sites too. Great value! - J and S
Jun 2017 - $25.00
If you are looking for quiet, and a view to die for-of the 2nd tallest range in the U.S., the little known, hidden White Mountain Range-then this is the place. But you have to like and appreciate remote too. For it is 56 miles to Big Pine, and 72 miles major shopping in Bishop CA and you have to go over the Whites to get there. What this park has that no other park in the region has is thick cottonwood trees providing complete canopy of half the sites and half canopy over the others-imperative in the heat of summer. This canopy really cools the interior of RVs by as much as 15 degrees. They have great cute cabins and large travel trailers for rent too which the scientists love apparently. The park is modern, newish (12 years old or so), and is kept pristine as the White range that dominates the scenery. The shower house has two nice showers and 2 bathrooms and that are aging relatively well and kept immaculate. Spaces are spacious; no shoehorning into a cramped space, & come with picnic tables. Lots of places to walk the dogs and no fees or limitations on dogs (other than the usual...leashes etc). Wifi is good unless park gets busy, and then it slows. Laundry facilities are the only major ding. A facility across street, one creaky dryer, 3 aging washers. Surrounding are velvet green fields of alfalfa as this is a primarily a ranching community. So you have the snow caps of the Whites (yes, even in late June this year), the blue skies, no pollution, and a darkness at nite that would make astronomers weep. Mustangs dot the hills and in spring, wildflowers! Off roaders are periodic visitors since the off-roading out here is little known but fabulous, so everyone here has a quad or side-by-side. Scientists are frequent visitors to study this fascinating area. The RV park is owned by same owners of the Minimart/gas station next door, so check in there with the friendly ladies. Also check out the adjacent little historical display of old west. - tango t