5 Parks near Mesquite, Nevada
Jan 2016 - $24.00
Nice place to "unwinterize" for a couple of days. Get a back in as the pull through are not real level. - Smokinghawk49
Oct 2015 - $22.00
We have reviewed this property before and it is still the same. Great value for the price. Just remember the pull-through spaces are short, you cannot remain hooked up. They do offer some giant sites for a premium price, great for big rigs and 5ers.
Great food, large portions, good price at the hotel/casino. - RDRV
May 2015 - $30.00
Basically a parking lot with full hookups. Many spaces are narrow but larger lots are generally available for a slightly higher price. Easy access both north and south I-15.
We found staff friendly and helpful. Easy walking to casino and restaurants.
Appears to be able to handle any size RV. - Old Detective
Oct 2015 - $47.00
We stayed here overnight which made it a bit pricey for us. real nice campground with clean level sites with cement pads and lots of room. This campground is more for long term stay than overnight. Has golf course next door so good for anyone golfing. We would not stay here again as it is too expensive for our overnight needs. - jimdl
Jun 2015 - $48.00
This is a very nice park but a little plain. It is a mixture of RV and mobile home sites. We were here in June and the park was empty. The pool area was great (117 degrees outside) and it had a little putting green. If going to this park call before 1pm to get the codes for the pool and bathrooms. The only complaint is the sites are a little short we could barely fit our 40 ft coach and toad, we did not want to unhook. We would stay here again. - sjones
Mar 2015 - $40.00
Wonderful RV resort. We were there at a time when many long-term residents were just preparing to go home for the summer months. Many retired folks, nice, friendly, easy to love with. Resort rules were followed. Will definitely include this one in our travel diary as a "return" prospect. - RVQueen2013
Jan 2015 - $20.00
Stayed two nights after picking up the coach from storage. All utilities worked well, no wifi, but cable tv was good. Staff was very hospitable and we experienced no problems. Would definitely stay here again when traveling through Mesquite. - Rick & Pam
Oct 2014 - $22.00
Over all our experience was bad. Check-in host was rude and not very helpful. The sites are narrow and the longest is 45', leaving no room to park your vehicle. The sewer was rusty, so sewer attachment will not seal. They do have a pool, but it is two blocks away. Wi-Fi connection is very slow. There is grass that runs around the wall and a small area marked for pets. Mostly it is just a blacktop parking lot with water, electric, and sewer hookups. For the price can forgive everything except the rudeness. - Trikki Rikki
Mar 2014 - $20.00
Good RV park for one or two nights. The park is run by the Casa Blanca Casino. We go to the casino first to register which is only a couple of blocks from the RV Park. Be sure to ask for directions before leaving the casino. You cannot make a left hand turn into the RV park. The pull thru spaces are very, very tight. We could not leave in the morning until our neighbor moved his truck. I would recommend a back in spot as they are wider and there is an extra two feet of space in the grass area of all back in spots. We were able to get WiFi and there is a pool. Guests also have use of all the Casino's facilities. There is a small, grassy area for dogs.. Better yet is the vacant parking lot next to the RV Park to walk your dog. Please be courteous and pick up after your dog. Don't ruin it for the rest of us. - Scrapperd
Nov 2015 - $50.00
As others have said the campground is being sold and it is not completed yet but it is still very nice and could be much better in the right hands. I was disappointed that the putting green was no longer being maintained. No pool as of yet. The clubhouse has plenty of other things to do though. WiFi was very good and secure.
The only negative we had was the hosts. They were not very friendly at all. One gentleman barely looked up at as when we went to the clubhouse let alone say hello. You would think they would try to be pleasant given their circumstances.
We would probably try the park again to see if they complete it. - John Borajkiewicz
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Great quiet RV park on a bluff overlooking Mesquite. A new hospital and WAL-mart plus other shopping close by. The closest casino is only two miles away and very easy drive.
There is an extra lot beside your lot for your vehicle. They have a nice game room, exercise room, separate showers and bath. The laundry room is very nice and free to use.
We will stop again when traveling. - Wegottabkrazy
Oct 2015 - $55.00
This park is awesome! You are sitting on a cliff above the city overlooking the mountains and the views are awesome!!! There are not many people up here so it is wide open and beautiful. Each lot has a little grass. The only negative is that you expect a level concrete pad and get a relatively level gravel pad. The views more than make up for any shortcomings. This is the place to stay in Mesquite!! Personnel are very friendly and accommodating. Good 50 amps and excellent Wi-Fi. FREE laundry. I cannot say enough about how beautiful it is up here. - Freedom Bus
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Easy access, quiet, long wide pull thrus, great cable, great Wi-Fi, walking distance to stores and casinos, and friendly staff. The only small negatives are only two unisex showers and higher nightly price. I will come again. - Kbob
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This is a relatively new park. Nice paved driveways with gravel sites. Very long pull through sites with full hookups, cable and WiFi. Everything was clean and well maintained. There are trees but they are too small to provide shade since the park is new. Location is convenient just off I-15. Be aware that GPS will probably send you the wrong way. You must go through the Smith's parking lot to get to the entrance. We spent one night here. - Coopsecondact
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This is a nice, clean park. Seems fairly new. The one thing they are lacking is signage, but I was bluntly told that the city of Mesquite wouldn't let them put any bigger signs out on the street. I suspect that next time we'll go on to Las Vegas. At least down there they do have signs that will let you know where to turn, etc. - C Kelsey