3 RV Parks near Jackpot, Nevada
Oct 2016 - $24.00
Parked first in the upper lot (Same price as lower lot). After hooking up everything and extending the slides, found Cable TV not working (DW wanted to watch debates (WHY)). Went back down to the office and had the attendant paged. He said the Cable was down. Went to the casino for dinner (poor menu) and an adjacent diner couple heard our distress and said they had TV in lower camp. Left the diner and moved. Site we went into had no connector in box. Moved back carefully so my cable would reach the site in the rear. Lower sites are two to a row. Really not long enough to leave your toad attached. Fortunately, park was not full so used two sites. If we would have moved up to leave car attached the front of the coach would have been out in the aisle and services would have been back by the toad. OK for trailers or 5ervs but poor layout. Nice grass watered nightly between each site. - easydoesit
Sep 2016 - $22.00
There is poor signage for RV park when approaching from the south - turn in the first driveway for Cactus Petes. Our reservation was useless because they operate first come, first served. We got the last pull through site. Five minutes later, our "reserved" pull through would have been gone. The site was very long and level with cable TV. Note: The office is quite a ways away from 53-90 lower campsites (not within eyesight), so it is better to grab a site with your RV and walk over to check-in. The bathrooms are also located by the office (not close to lower campsites). - bspe
Sep 2016 - $22.00
This is not a bad campground for an overnight stay. You have a choice of dry camping or FHU. Dry camping is free but this is also a trucker's parking lot as well. There is an upper campground (closest to the road) cost $22 and the lower campground cost $24. Both campgrounds have FHU.
All of the utilities worked well in the upper campground. The voltage was OK - maybe a bit low if everyone was using their air conditioners. There was a mixture of back-in and pull-thrus. The pull-thru sites were long enough to accommodate a class A with a tow. The interior roads and sites were on asphalt. The roads were in need of repair. Most of the sites were fairly level.
You are allowed to use the hotel's pool and spa. The bathroom contained (3) showers and were clean and usable. There was (2) washers @ $1.50 and (2) dryers @ $1.50. We can't comment on them since we did not use them. The bathrooms and check in was located in the lower campground. WiFi was available but not usable.
Overall it was a good experience. We would return to this campground when we are in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
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