3 RV Parks near Jackpot, Nevada
Sep 2017 - $24.00
My husband and I stayed here over the weekend when we visited Jackpot, NV to see our friend's band play at Cactus Pete's Hotel & Casino. This RV park is attached to the afore-mentioned hotel property and divided into two sections. The attendant on duty at the office explained that the Lower section cost $2 more than Upper because it had showers. Sold. This small park is very well-maintained with lush grass (we later found out why) and ample shade trees, and is conveniently located to Cactus Pete's (across the street from the rear of the building, you get into the casino via a side entrance).
Since we were in a relatively short rig, we were allowed to park in Spot #1, one of the only single RV spaces in the park. The rest of them have two rigs sharing a space nose-to-tail. The wi-fi signal was strong enough to stream Netflix and the restrooms were kept nice and toasty, which was appreciated because it suddenly got cold the night we were there. My husband used the shower and said the hot water was plentiful and the water pressure was strong.
Since we were only there for a quick overnight, we figured that wasn't enough time to encounter any glaring inconveniences, but we were wrong: when we were walking back to the park after watching our friends play, which wasn't inordinately late, we discovered that the sprinklers had been running for several hours, forming rather deep pools of water right next to our rig. My husband stepped in one as he was making a midnight dash to the bathroom... not fun.
Other than that, we were fine with this property and would have no problem staying there again. Just please: figure out a better time to water the lawn! - K-Bot
Sep 2017 - $22.00
This park has always been our stop off point before hitting the desert are heading north usually we are in a summer time stop so it is a relief from the heat . This year we stopped at the end of September always like to golf at the golf course pretty good restaurants around there so it's about a two day stop and then we move on . Unbeknown to us and nobody brought it to our attention they decided to turn the water off a week early in the front RV park so when I came back from golfing and was looking for a shower there was none the water was turned off. I had not filled my holding tanks up so I had no water in them long story short my wife proceeded to the front office and demanded they charge us half of the 22 after a lengthy discussion they said they would but it wasn't without a exhausting debate. This incident probably would have made somebody give this place a 2 but I try to look at the overall picture the park is a great place they goofed they made it right for us can't tell you if they did anything for anybody else probably not but it's always been a great place to stop and I will continue to stop here . When the water is on they over water so I can guarantee you your coach your tow behind will definitely get wet no way around it unless you go and turn each sprinkler head off. We camped here in a motorhome . - monaco cruiser
Jul 2017 - $24.00
RV site was very nice. We stayed on the lower end I guess it was. The full hookups were a plus and having a pull through made the overnight trip a breeze to deal with. - shar44
Aug 2013 - $15.00
The park is along the Jarbidge River under tall cottonwood trees. The all-gravel sites are tight, but the office reports the park is "rarely, if ever" full. Fairly easy access and decent maneuvering room. No restrooms. Showers available at the office a quarter mile down the road ($2). Access to Jarbidge is via a one-lane road, probably wouldn't pull anything longer than 30' into Jarbidge. Beautiful country. - IDWindstar