Date of Stay: August, 2016 - $15.00
Pull-through and back in sites with full hook-ups; no shade; parking lot camping. Must break-down pull trailer. Great for overnight and gambling. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Travel Trailer.
We stopped for two days and it was like being in hell it was so hot. There are NO 50 amp outlets here and we could not run both ACs on 30 amps. The electric boxes are locked with a padlock. So the RV turned into a sauna while we were checking in. The girl who checked us in forgot to come out and unlock the electric for us and we had to go back in to get her to come out. Which she did, only she unlocked the electric box and water on our curb side we moved to. We could reach, but it was more time in the blazing sun making the water and electric connections on the wrong side. I was in the process of moving the coach as the first site we had chosen was at the US-50 end of the middle row. Cars and trucks would come flying into the RV area from the side street passing within a couple of feet of us and while driving through empty RV sites. The side street next to the RV sites becomes one way from here to US-50. So lots of traffic cuts thru this "RV Park" to bypass the one way portion. The first row closest to the motel had what appeared to be 3 permanents in it taking all of the east facing sites. The other open sites in that row all faced west. The Wi-Fi was extremely slow from the RV sites. Over-the-air TV was limited to a couple of PBS type stations, no networks. Verizon cell and broadband were both good. OK for a one night stay here, but that is it. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2016 - $15.00
This is a great value for a place to stay while in Fallon. It is a casino/inn parking lot with full hookups for $15. Can't beat that. The utilities worked fine. The sewer was kind of funky, just a hole in the ground by the electric & water connectors covered by a metal plate with a wing nut. Didn't use it, but it looked like it would work fine. No showers, but you can use the nice, clean, modern restroom in the casino. For being right off of Route 50 it was surprisingly quiet. There are several empty lots on the same block which are good for walking the dog. Kept forgetting to ask at the desk for the wi-fi password so didn't use it, but Verizon data was nice and strong. I think the spaces are mostly long enough for big rigs and they are in sets of two, one on each side of the utilities pod with an18 empty space in between so good for slides. Nice little casino if you are into gambling, and the food in the restaurant was very good as was the service. Would definitely stay again if in the area. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Truck Camper.
As others have stated, this is a parking lot with lines drawn to identify the spaces, and full hook ups. Cheapest rate I have ever paid for FHU's, and I think that's why others have given higher reviews. The staff was friendly, but this parking lot is very exposed to the adjacent neighborhood with no fences, and gets a fair amount of foot and car traffic coming close by. Spaces are not long enough to keep a toad attached. I moved my Jeep toad right beside my rig because I was concerned about a break-in at night. Perhaps an over-reaction, but next time I'll stay in one of the other parks in the area. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $15.00
As others have said, a cheap place to overnight. I had to disconnect tow vehicle, but no big deal. We were unhappy with the restaurant at the hotel/casino on site. We would stay here again. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Given the rate, one can't grumble about much here. Car park camping with little room but the place is a hotel/casino, not a CG. Depending on site chosen WI-FI is weak to nonexistent. Pleasant staff. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $15.00
This place is one of the things I like about Nevada. It's nice to have cheap, basic, no-frills spots when all you need is a place to park for the night. Two caveats: the city water in Fallon is nasty, so don't fill your fresh water tank here. And, and I never found a Wi-Fi signal identifying itself as belonging to the motel. I think I was using Wi-Fi from a neighboring residence. Site was level as-is. No leveling adjustments were needed. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $15.00
This is basically a paved lot with hookups. The RV Park is located behind the motel and removed from highway 50. It is accessible through the main casino lot entrance. Great for a one night stay on the way through town. There was only one other coach in the lot and it was quiet when we were there. We would stay there again. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.
Two big disappointments for us; no Wi-Fi in RV section, no problem if you want to come into the lobby of the casino, and second, we had to disconnect in order to fit in the space, tough for an overnight. RV lot is black top parking lot with painted stripes for your location. Sites are side by side and close. Surprisingly quiet for so near the highway. Since we were disconnected we drove to the "Slanted Porch" for dinner - excellent! We will stay here again as it is safe, clean. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $15.00
This is just a parking lot really with no grass or place to walk the dog. There is no TV. But it has everything you really need for $15 a night. You can't beat the price. It even had 50 amp. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $15.00
We were looking for a clean,safe place to stay off Hwy 50 and that's what we got. It was quieter than the other RV parks looked because it was a few more feet off the highway. Checking in was quick and easy, parking was the same. We also got a coupon for 2 free drinks at their casino bar for the 15.00 charge! Full hook-ups, a/c killed all the road noise. Not bad for a night or two. It is nothing pretty or inviting, but good and safe. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $15.00
Short, level spaces. Parking lot, literally, with hook ups. People drive through it to access the motel and casino. Noisy from loud radios, traffic and assorted bangs and booms. No laundry or showers. We got very poor service at the restaurant. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $15.00
I would have given this a 10 except no one could tell us a login or setup for the Wi-Fi. Clean and simple. More trucks and towed trailers parked there that were staying in the casinos hotel. Casino pretty nice, small, but liberal. Overall, nice place to stay for a night or two. Full hookups in a parking lot! We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.
Hard to beat a full hookup site (50 amp) for 15 bucks. Our 40' MH hung out the space a bit, but this is not the kind of place where that matters. Right in town. We like it. Will stay again. Called for reservations and the clerk said they did not take them. Said there were several rigs in the park, and that they had NEVER filled up. Do not know if that is true, but we were fine. We camped at Bonanza Inn and Casino in a Motorhome.