4 Parks near Ely, Nevada
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
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
Jun 2015 - $17.00
About 7 miles off the main highway, it was a good find for when tired. Have to stay on signed road well so you get where you need to. A more remote type of campground but a reasonable situation. This place has a water spigot on your site, 3 showers or so & 3 restrooms. It is better to arrive before dark because it can be a bit daunting to find a spot in darkness. We ended up too far into the mountain & had to turn around so be careful to follow signs closely & do not arrive after dark if you can help it. They wouldn't allow anything over a 7 day stay which I think Nevada should change. That is too short. - nightofstars
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Nice park. Lot's of road noise but that didn't bother us. Wifi was spotty but TV on the antenna was very good. Website said they had a RV self wash. Lady in office said they didn't. She did let me wash the bugs off my coach. Sites were level. - arkietraveler
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Good Sam discount, lower marks due to high cost for this part of NV. Overall a very nice stopping point. We had a nice long and level 50 amp full hookup with cable & Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi was mostly very good during our two day stay. Interesting cable lineup, I found network stations out of Vegas, Reno and Salt Lake City. So no matter which way your headed you can see what's going on. Very friendly check-in. The laundry was small, 2 of each, $1.50 for washing and $1.00 to dry. The dryers looked new and all machines worked great. The only negative was when they just shut the power off to our row to fix a problem at a site. It was during the dinner hour, fortunately we had just finished ours. No warning at all, there were only 3 or 4 sites occupied and it would have taken less than 5 minutes to notify us. Instead, we are checking for tripped breakers and looking for a problem that was not there. A complete lack of common courtesy by the maintenance staff. - Bob and Inga
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Really not much here. Good for overnight stop. Price reflects what you get. Voltage was good, water pressure a little low. Probably stay again. - bankedtime
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Making reservations at KOA's is always easy, especially to do online. Check-in process was very smooth, and the property was easy to find. Right off one of the highways in the area.
Interior roads were easy to navigate, and the pull-thru site was side enough for slides on both side,very level. Our particular space was all gravel (fine with us).
The utilities worked fine, used 50 amp service, water and sewer. All hook-ups worked. We did use the antenna, and were only able to get a couple channels.
Wi-fi didn't work great, but it unusual to find a property where it does work good. But got OK reception from my AT&T phone.
Park was extremely clean, well-maintained, including the restrooms and showers. Would definitely stay here again. - KTorline
Jun 2016 - $45.00
It's as can be expected from a KOA. It's small, but had a grass patch to sit on. The campground was quiet and well maintained. The service was friendly. The cost was a little steep ($45) but I'm glad to have the security of an established campground, full services (if I choose to use them), and confirmed reservations. My only issue was the electrical panel cover on their shore power stanchion was loose and fell on my foot. I danced a little... - Anctmariner17
Jun 2016 - $47.00
Very friendly and helpful staff at check in, had lots of good area information and even gave each of our dogs a treat bag! Fenced pet area with half grass and a picnic table to observe. Good play area for the kids and many of the sites (ours included) have brand new fire pits. Huge store with plenty of necessities and souvenirs. We were only there for one night, but wish we could have stayed longer and enjoyed the area. TV was off-air from Ely, but we got plenty of good channels with our antennae. All other services worked great except for the WiFi which was a little more finicky. May work good on a laptop, but my iPhone kept losing signal. If they would have had a pool it would have been a home run! - NvLivin