5 Parks near Ely, Nevada
Oct 2016 - $31.00
WAY too expensive for what you get. Service is surly and monosyllabic. Forget about getting level; it ain't happening. No wifi and no cellular service. No shade and nothing to do. You're better off getting something in town (Ely). - Old Mountain Man
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Simi-level gravel parking lot with full hookups, pull-through and back in. Next to road but quiet at night. Laundry facility available. Good value. - starrview
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Not a resort. An RV parking lot with full hookups, beside a nice clean hotel. All amenities are inside the hotel. They have a very nice hot, spacious and clean pool and spa. Good restaurant, restrooms inside, no showers. Great value. We drove around and checked other parks out. We will only stay here, unless we wilderness camp. 7 pull throughs, circle around with back-ins, chat driveway and minimal grass and trees. First come, first serve. People come and go every day, it is a great stop over. - Jo and Bob
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This was a perfectly fine park to overnight in. You find a spot and park, then register in the hotel, first-come, first-served. We had a large pull-through site with good satellite reception and amazing antenna channel selection for the locale.
The lot is dirt and I imagine could get muddy easily in heavy rain. There is some road noise, but it slowed down considerably overnight.
The Mexican restaurant in the hotel/casino was pretty good and they do give complimentary margaritas and pool access to RV guest.
The front desk staff person was very friendly and accommodating.
Would stay here again if passing through. - villager
Sep 2016 - $17.00
Lovely place, very peaceful, lots of good walking areas. Very clean. Almost deserted in mid-week in mid-September. We dry camped in middle of three paved parking areas, the one below the dam. We paid the fee, but I'm not sure I should have.
Do not try to get into Lake View Campground in anything longer than 30'! Much too tight and there are major tree problems throughout.
I did not try the Elk Flat Campground because dirt road was too rough for our coach. - bobcovey
Jun 2016 - $17.00
Did an overnight here en route to CA and was very pleased. I checked out both the Lake View and the Elk Creek campgrounds. Lake View was full so I settled my tent into Elk Flat. This state park exceeded my expectations. Very clean and in excellent repair. Nice plumbed restrooms and showers. Showers are free but you have to push the button very hard and often. Beautiful scenery from my site. Couldn't ask for a better overnight for a tent or small RV. Neither campground is big rig friendly. Lake View is very tight. Elk Flat is better for parking and leveling. Both campgrounds offer large private sites. Didn't seen any trail heads but I didn't ask. Lots of people fishing at the lake. Would camp here again. - NT2013
May 2016 - $17.00
After reading very good reviews I decided to check out the campground and had a wonderful 2 night stay in site #14. I chose this site for privacy not that the campground was at all busy during my weekday stay in mid May. It was so peaceful and quiet I would have stayed longer. I did peak into the showers and was horrified, I do not think they had been cleaned in a very long time so I did not use them. I would return to Elk Creek Campground. - AirstreamDream
Oct 2016 - $28.00
Very convenient and close to town. free cable TV. The bathrooms were private. The laundry room was clean. The pullthru sites were gravel and very level but a little close together. Easy access to all the sites. Very friendly and helpful staff. Easy access to the hookups. - camper19709
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Small older park. Restrooms very nice. Easy in and out.
Would return for overnight. - sp123
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Road noise from our site, no frills- just a basic campground. Pull through and back in sites. Good for an overnight. - cba
Oct 2016 - $42.00
This park was along our route and offered pullthroughs so we could overnight and not unhook our tow car. Check in was smooth with an escort to our site. All gravel, so dust in the air. The site had a slope so levelers were required. Not singling this park out, but I have often wondered why an RV park does not have every parking site dead level. Very slight road noise but quiet at night. Somewhat overpriced for the amenities offered. We would only stay again if there were no other options. - run2
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Great little get a way. We travel with two littles and it was perfect having a playground. They also have horse corrals which was fun. Large gravel spots with picnic tables. No pets allowed to do their business on the grass great for us. - Adventuredales4
Sep 2016 - $41.00
Stayed in a 43' motorhome while traveling from Reno to Las Vegas on Hwy 50. Wanted to drive the "Pony Express Route" thru the desert. Easy on/off from Hwy 50. Check in was easy and staff was very friendly. Gravel dirt roads... very dusty. Small dog park with doggy bags provided. Lots of space to walk your dog in adjacent open fields. No cable, used our satellite. Some grassy manicured areas. This is not a destination park. Price is high. - RTM