3 Parks near Minden, Nevada
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Stayed one night on our way to the Oregon coast. Sites are too short to leave toad attached, you must disconnect. Also turning radius to exit was too tight; you have to back up to get the right angle to leave. Again make sure toad is disconnected. All this trouble could have been avoided if when making reservations you are told to disconnect toad before going to your space and when leaving. - Skip and Sally
Apr 2015 - $37.00
This is our second time here. Very nice park. WiFi is weak. You have to put down a $75.00 refundable deposit for a TV box. Good shot for Satellite. Nice area, nice view. Concrete RV pad. Very quiet. Good store but nothing fresh.
We would return. - Ross Brand
Aug 2014 - $27.00
Always a very nice well-kept RV park to stay at, The only complaint I have is it is very tight. Luckily, there was no back ends in behind us so I actually backed out of my spot rather than driving forward. I could have never made it forward without asking people to move their vehicles this is the only drawback of this park. We had a 50 amp pull through that they had messed up on their booking so they gave it to us at a 30 amp price. Very generous of them. I did make up the difference in pay at the casino so we figured we're about even. I would stay here again. - monaco cruiser
Oct 2014 - $17.00
This is a new Elks lodge and features 5 electric-only back-in sites at the front of their parking lot near the street entrance. Self-registration. AC voltage was good. The grounds were exceptionally clean and well manicured. If needed, water can be obtained from a lawn spigot near the edge of the RV parking sites, but no sewer dump is available here. There's some noise from Kimmerling Rd. out front during the day (which is surprisingly busy) but it's quiet at night. Verizon had a strong signal and AT&T medium signal strength here. This is a good place for a quick overnight stop and we'll definitely stay again.
NOTE: For the use of current Elks members only. - Gyropilot
May 2015 - $37.00
We stayed here several years ago and remembered it as a good experience. This time we were a little disappointed though, mostly because of the terrible (almost non-existent) Wi-Fi connection. I understand that sometimes the management has no real control over just how good the Internet connectivity will be in a park. However, when we pay $42 (by the time tax was added on), we expect to either get Wi-Fi as promised or to have something taken off our bill. We got neither. The staff seemed indifferent to the inconvenience this caused us and blamed the problem on everything from"corporate" to the weather.
Billed as a "resort", this park has all the bells and whistles - gas station, propane, store, laundry, meeting room/lounge, slot machines, dump station, gym, spa, pool, fishing pond, off leash dog area, etc., etc. These are amenities we usually don't really need except for the showers and laundry. On the plus side, this is a very clean park and I really appreciated the spacious and immaculately clean restrooms and showers.
We will probably look for somewhere else to stay next time we're in the area. - BruceandKathyWA
Apr 2015 - $39.00
Concrete pads gavel site area. Tables at each site staff was very cordial. - USAF1
Feb 2015 - $20.00
We had driven past this park many times and seen it very full. We decided to try it out and see if it was really that much fun! There is no faulting the facility. Sites have close to level concrete runner pads that require little or no leveling. The park was spotlessly clean and had a handy store and very friendly and helpful employees. While we were there off season, there is a good looking pool (closed in winter), dog runs, rec rooms, etc. Would be a great park to turn the kids loose in. The only bad is the proximity to highway 395. The park sits by a section of 65MPH+ road and the mountains on the far side of the road only seem to make things louder by reflecting the noise. This is one of the noisiest campgrounds we ever stayed in. I imagine summer would be better if you were camping with your AC running to mask the noise but in cooler weather, it's bad. Trucks would hit the 'rumble strips' on the edge of the road and make a racket. I'd love to give this a 10 rating but can't. There is little shade that would make AC imperative in the summer. - User3674