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3 RV Parks near Jackpot, Nevada
Apr 2018 - $20.00
I called 8 times to reserve a site. No one answers the posted phone. We arrived and found the office locked but could pick a site and leave $20 per night in an envelope. The park appeared as needing much repair, electric hookups dilapidated and barely hanging on the post. We left and went to another park a block away. - CFXCH
Oct 2017 - $22.00
This small park was a great discovery after having camped at the nearby casino lots. The on-site manager was very helpful and directed us to the best site for our needs. The highway noise is non-existent at night and didn't bother us at all. Nothing much here but a clean and safe place to spend the night, and it was just what we needed. Much nicer than the bad attitude that comes along with some of the casino lots, which are more expensive and not accommodating. We would definitely stay here again. - rfarkle
Sep 2018 - $24.00
We stayed at the park that's to the south of the Casino where it's FCFS. You pick up an envelope at the park entrance, fill it out, put $24/night inside and drop it off at the Hotel check out/in desk that's located by the gift shop. There's plenty of sites to pick from. Nice long, paved sites with grass between. - full timers from Michigan
Aug 2018 - $26.00
I was confused about which park was which. The upper campground south of the casino is first come first served. The RV park behind the casino takes reservations. When you reserve, you don't get assigned a site, you must drive into the back and set up in an empty site. Then you have to hike to the casino/hotel reservation desk to pay, etc. There is an orange stairway near the tennis courts to get into the back of the casino and the reservation counter. I understand this is a busy place when the snowbirds are driving south and back north. I thought the bathrooms were old but nice and clean. Hot water and good pressure. - saturn7
Jun 2018 - $21.00
Stayed at the park South of the Casino. Spacious, long sites, well kept grass areas. When we checked in we were told this park is FCFS. The park behind the casino is by reservation. Our side was great, full hookups (except they request black dumping at their dump site). Rate included multi-channel cable. Didn't ask about wifi, we use our hotspot. Plenty of space for our slide. Vey level, asphalt sites. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
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