12 Parks near Pahrump, Nevada
Apr 2014 - $27.00
Passport America rate helped with cost. Had a large pull through and the utilities worked well. A bit far out from casinos. Bowling alley and snack bar on site. Service in the snack bar for lunch was okay, but the dinner service was agonizingly slow. The pools and hot tub were a nice temperature, but had lots of leaves in the pools. Okay for a night or two. The office staff was helpful and professional. - DEBandVINCE
Jul 2015 - $27.00
We stayed in site #3 which was backed right up to the beach. Very nice, very convenient. The site itself is nothing to brag about - it's a flat pad with some grass next to it - but the park overall is clean and well maintained as far as I could tell.
One complaint I have about the sites is that your neighbor's sewer connection is less than 10' from your picnic table without any barrier or screen of any kind - probably closer to 6-8'. You can't move your table, so you're stuck hoping and praying your neighbor has working sewer connections and knows how to use them. Ours didn't.
The casino, um... isn't worth the walk over to it. We didn't eat at the restaurant because we cook in our RV. (We did treat ourselves to dinner out at the restaurant in Wine Ridge RV Resort just up the road; the food and service were awesome, though it was very expensive.)
My wife complained that while the pool looked clean, her bathing suit was filthy when she washed it.... so there's that (and it was a new bathing suit she bought specifically for that trip). It was likely just all the sunscreens and oils from all the swimmers that weekend; it was busy and hot, so the pool was used a lot. But still...
The employees were pleasant and helpful. I spoke to one who had worked there for 17 years and he was still happy to show up to work every day... so that's something. Wi-Fi was spotty, but when it worked it worked pretty well.
Overall, the park was a pleasant experience - it's pretty to look at, it's quiet, well shaded, conveniently located, easy to navigate, etc. It wouldn't necessarily be a destination for us if we were coming from far away, but it's a great weekend getaway for us coming from Las Vegas. I also wouldn't call it a "resort" - though I suppose technically it could be defined as such - but I would call it a nice place to park your rig and camp for a few days. There's not enough to do and see around there to make a longer stay worthwhile. - Wryly Blithe
May 2015 - $27.00
We have been coming here a couple times a year for 8 years. Having a change in management has shown to be a bad decision, as the park is going downhill. The water goes out every few days for a couple of hours while they try to fix the pump. We had to change sites because they said a rally was coming and had requested our site, but the site remained vacant for the next five days we were there.
The casino had very few players (maybe a dozen) and the machines have been tightened up beyond belief.
We went to the Mexican buffet and the food was cold and tasted like leftovers. Come to find out, the taco meat was indeed ground up pot roast from the day before. We decided to give it another try but when only two couples were in the restaurant, we took the hint and left. We were saddened to see the lake full of cattails again and the grass is not kept like it was, full of weeds and gophers. - blackbeauty
Apr 2015 - $27.00
We stayed here 3 years ago and found it to be a nice spot so decided to stay again, BUT it seems they have changed hands and the place has gone down hill. At the Passport America price of $27 we paid I feel is still too much and I certainly would be upset if we would have paid the full price without Passport America. However the roads are easy to navigate for any sized rig, some sites might not allow for satellite TV use because of tree's but the good thing is "they have tree's", fuel and small store next to the park, quiet at night, short distance outside of time, nice walking trail around the man made lake, water and septic hookups are right next to each other which probably isn't a real big deal but is always odd to me. - hdrider
Oct 2012 - $14.00
This was a nice find. It is a mobile home park in Pahrump, Nevada, but they offer RV and trailer sites also. It has a much nicer homey feeling when there are long term people there. The large mobile home lots were more then enough to fit our fifth wheel, and the rates are lower then RV parks in Pahrump. - pahrump nevada mobile home park
Aug 2014 - $20.00
We've stayed here before and we not disappointed with our second visit. It's a great park with a Polynesian flavor. The sites are concrete with blacktop patio areas. Some have propane BBQ's and some have Polynesian Thatched Roof picnic tables. They do not have cable, fire pits or picnic tables. The clubhouse offers a full gym, separate changing rooms with a spa, steam & sauna. They also have a small restaurant/bar and bowling alley. Their outside pool has a beautiful waterfall and spa. Their free WiFi is not very good, but cell service is good. While there are shade trees, they are located so that satellite works good at most sites. We will definitely return. - Michael Kibler
Apr 2014 - $20.00
The rate reflects Passport America. This is probably the best RV park we have ever stayed in. The park is very clean, the landscaping is beautiful and the facilities are outstanding. The swimming pools and waterfall area has to be seen to be appreciated. We used this park as a base for touring Death Valley. Its a long drive but I wouldn't stay anywhere else. - Idletime
Mar 2014 - $25.00
Nightly rate reflects group discount. Very nice RV sites are back-ins only. Best equipped and spacious fitness center of any RV resort we've visited. Mark's Grill, the on-site cafe, serves great food and drinks by very friendly staff. Be sure to have a water regulator handy to handle the 110 PSI water pressure. The only negative thing is the extra hose needed to reach the sewer hook up that's higher than the ground and takes some effort to drain. - gartail
Mar 2013 - $29.00
We had intended to stay here, but when we arrived with our Aliner popup trailer on the afternoon of 03/07/2013, we were informed that they didn’t want our kind (not entirely self-contained); this is not mentioned in their glowing ads and reviews online, some of which brag about clean restrooms and showers. Other places that may cater largely to self-contained outfits generally find ways to accommodate us non-self-contained travelers; this Best Western didn’t bother. In response to my next question (could they recommend a place in town?), I was informed that “maybe some other places don’t have rules like we do…you’ll have to look around.” I didn’t like their attitude, and would not stay here, ever. Further, I believe that if a campground allows only self-contained units, that fact ought to be clearly and prominently posted online and in ads, so that we don’t waste our time considering it in the first place. - 796ccjohnson
Feb 2013 - $32.00
What a nice pretty RV park! They have very long pull through sites and the streets are easy to navigate through. We were in the back of the park and it was very quiet. The park is very pet friendly and there is plenty of grass to walk the dog. They do have adequate Wi-Fi. This park is right in the middle of the city, so it is close to all the action. The staff is nice and accommodating too. - RV4fun15
Apr 2012 - $32.00
While the long term sites are extremely attractive, our three night stay placed us in a pull through site designed for two trailers so our street side is no more than five feet from our neighbor. The check-in process was lacking, the staff neglected to provide key cards for the facilities which resulted in a return trip in the car to the front desk. While the park is relatively quiet, I think there are better campground options in Pahrump. - lanceley
Jul 2015 - $8.00
Great staff!! Clean grounds. Not many people though, mainly long term residents, but busier in the winter. Had a very quiet spot. Not much to do in Pahrump, so a month was too long for our taste. We would stay again, maybe a week or so. - sissys
May 2015 - $15.00
Nice park, well laid out for easy access. We could have dry camped for free, but wanted hookups so were assigned a vacant leased spot. The park is attractive, nicely landscaped and a good place to walk the dogs. Many of the residents are seasonal and had already left for cooler climes for the summer. We stayed one night on way to Utah. We will gladly stay again. - bobcovey
Apr 2015 - $22.00
Nice park. Sites gravel and level. Members only. Owners sites that are away can be rented. As all in park are Escapees they are very friendly. Park has laundry and bath facilities. - USAF1
Apr 2015 - $1.00
Price reflects C2C membership. Campground was very easy to find. The hospitality of this campground is unlike any we have experienced. A short time after checking in, the campground host came to our RV to welcome us personally and to give us a small packet of information for the area. He gave us information about some of the best attractions. There are daily activities-meals and games. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they can easily handle big rigs. Sites are close together, but they make every effort to make sure RV doors and windows are not parallel. We were able to park the RV and truck in our site-not enough room for the jeep. Each site has a small concrete patio and picnic table. Some sites have trees-some were large enough to offer some shade. Campground and the sites are all level. The sites and roads are gravel, but very well maintained. We had 50amp without any additional cost.
The pool is large and heated. There are plenty of tables and chairs to sit and enjoy the pool. The hot tub is inside, just off the pool. It is obvious that they work on improvements at this resort. There was evidence of recent and ongoing improvements. Laundry room was clean, 3 washers and 3 dryers. There was a very nice work out area with very good quality equipment.
There were nicely landscaped areas throughout the resort. They had a nice cactus garden with a koi pond/stream.
Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. Wi-Fi was available-but slow.
Our site was right next to the maintenance building, so we were awaked each day with workers and their equipment noise. Our only real issues were the size of the sites and the worker noise. We look forward to returning. - GLPColorado
Apr 2015 - $18.00
All of the interior roads and all sites are on crushed, dusty gravel. There is a mixture of pull-thrus and back-in sites available. The sites are reasonably wide. All of the utilities are in the back of the sites and they request that you park beyond the utility box. A long water and sewer hose will be needed. The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 122. This may not be the case if everyone was using their air conditioner.
WiFi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well within this park. It was very quiet at night and their interior street lights were working. No open flames such as charcoal grills or fire pits are allowed.
Management has poured a lot of money in this campground. The pool, spa and gym were recently upgraded. Don't be fooled by the look of the exterior of the buildings. This park has a lot of potential but enough negatives that would probably keep me from coming back for any length of time.
Many of the rigs within this park are over 15 years old. Many sites have junk lying around. One site has a couple of car batteries on the ground, cinder blocks for steps, an outside refrigerator and other junk scattered around. Definitely not appealing. Calling this a 5 star resort is a long stretch.
The average age within this park seems to be over 70. There seems to be nothing to attract the younger crowd. - adsaxs
Aug 2014 - $14.00
The location of this park is great; between two casinos and walking distance to a grocery store as well. The sites are spacious gravel sites with a picnic table and a concrete patio. No fire pits, but you can use a propane fire pit. There are also lots of trees for shade. However, that can be a problem for satellite reception as they do not have cable. They have a nice pool covered in the winter and heated as well as an inside spa. Their clubhouse offers pool tables and a reading/puzzle room and a meeting/dining room. In addition there is a building containing a small gym, wood shop and glass shop. The grounds are pleasant with a koi pond, cactus garden, shuffle board courts, horseshoes and a playground for the kids. The free WiFi is slow and the TV reception with our antenna was non existent. Great park, we will be back. - Michael Kibler
Dec 2009 - $15.00
I planned on spending a month in Pahrump and I liked the reviews of this park so when I checked in I paid for the full month. I have stayed in this area before although not at this park. The staff was very friendly. All of the sites are pull through and I had my choice. It took a couple of tries to get far enough forward to hook up. The sites are gravel and most of them have grass. First problem - website said TV was available for a charge. I would have paid the charge but they didn't have any converters available. Second problem - the internet was terrible. If I managed to connect the signal was so slow it was worse than being on dial up. I changed sites in the morning so the internet was more reliable but still slow. The road to the park is dirt and when it rained it was very muddy. I ended up pulling out after 5 nights and I managed to get a refund but the manager was very reluctant to give it to me. If you don't care about park supplied wireless, have a satellite dish and a toad I would recommend this park but it wasn't suitable for my needs. (Part of that is my fault - I carry a scooter instead of a toad and I thought it would be warmer. I ended up driving into town several times and my rig was covered in mud by the time I left) - Janshark
May 2009 - $35.00
If you enjoy drama, and want to deal with someone who is drunk 24/7; then this is the park for you!! When you check in, you have to be here before 9 a.m. or forget it!! The bathrooms are poorly cleaned, the overall maintenance of the park is horrible. Weeds everywhere!! Some people are charged for internet--when it works, and some are not; depending how drunk she is upon check-in. You must also give your ip-address so she can track what you do online. As for "friendly", that is a misused term for this park. There are plenty of reasonable and beautiful parks in town that are more pleasant and enjoyable. Especially for long stays!! I will NEVER stay at this park again OR recommend it to anyone!!! - pahdumpy
Apr 2009 - $20.00
This is a great little park. No frills, no clubhouse or anything like that, but is a slow-paced, very relaxing and very well maintained park. The park is set up to handle extended-stay or long-term but also provides for over-night or short term stays. The monthly rate is excellent. They charge $350.00 per month flat-rate including electric, water and sewer in the price for a 30Amp and $375.00 per month for 50Amp. The management is very friendly and helpful. All the sites are pull-through. They have no back-in sites so it makes it very convenient. They are approximately 1-mile down the road from the 5-star Terrible's Lakeside RV Resort. It's a short drive or a nice walk to their casino and to take advantage of their nice lake. The town of Pahrump is small but has all the necessities and is a quaint and friendly town. There are a total of 6 casinos in town and a very wide variety of restaurants to include Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Filipino, BBQ, America, German and three exceptionally good buffets. I would highly recommend staying at this park. The park is clean and there are grass areas and picnic tables at every site. There are only two drawbacks, and they are of minor concern. One, is there are no shade trees and it does get HOT in the summer. Second, the swimming pool is not heated so it is only available during the summer months. - Terry10
Nov 2014 - $25.00
Big rig friendly with full hookups, 50 amp, cable and real good WiFi. Level parking spots with very little adjustment needed on an asphalt covered parking lot. Clean laundry and rest rooms. Reasonably priced daily, weekly and monthly rates with all utilities included. - Keith/Ruth
May 2014 - $27.00
Convenient to highway but quiet with room to maneuver a big rig. Park is a paved lot close to the casino. Showers are clean and plenty of hot water. Casino has a buffet – small but the food was better than expected. Wi-Fi was good. The dog area is tiny but there is a large vacant lot just across the street where the dog can walk around. Great for an overnight stop. We would stay here again. - blz
Mar 2013 - $25.00
This is an asphalt parking lot with full hookups in the middle of downtown Pahrump (in this part of the world, spaces are going to be gravel, dirt, concrete or asphalt; lawn and tree county it ain’t). The RV Park is about a hundred yards away from the casino. The lot slopes for drainage, so be sure to carry 2-3” of leveling blocks. Select your space carefully (the host can help) if you want your front door closer to the ground, rather than higher. There is some landscaping and lamp posts around the perimeter, and the restrooms/laundry room, an ice machine in the laundry room, and a sand dog walk area with a bag dispenser. The spaces are big enough for a big rig plus ample parking for the tow vehicle or the toad. There is a full-time host onsite, and I never saw any part of the facility dirty or unsightly. The spotless restrooms are among the best we've seen for availability, cleanliness, and maintenance; they are cleaned in the middle of the night, so you are unlikely to encounter any “down time” if you are on a schedule. The Wi-Fi is superb, simple, fast, dependable, and free. The guests are quiet and courteous, and we noticed very little road noise, although helicopters sometimes fly over after dark but before about 9:30 PM. The town in general seems friendly, with reasonable prices (gas here was nearly a dollar less than over the border in California). If your interests run to the out-of doors, Pahrump is pretty centrally located to reach most of Death Valley, Ash Meadows, several sand dunes areas, Red Rock Park, Las Vegas, and a ghost town on day trips. The rates were $25/night, or $152/week (or $375/month, and there are some long-stay residents). I can only rate this park as a nine compared with some parks in more glamorous areas, but I'd give it a ten for western Nevada and eastern California parks. Although we don’t typically stay in parking-lot type sites, or in the middle of towns, this will definitely be our first choice when we come again. - 796ccjohnson
Sep 2009 - $35.00
Like water to a thirsty desert traveler, this place was a sight for sore eyes. Beautiful on all fronts, it was immaculate and the staff was friendly. Level, well paved sites with BBQ, fridge and stove top on each site with little gazebos to sit in. Lighting was wonderful and best of all: a security guard was present. Yes, it had a few roaches that came out at night on the grounds but these kept our dog busy who wore himself out. This is outdoor living and we don't expect it to be bug free. We recommend this place to anyone coming through the area! - alexzm
Jun 2009 - $24.00
We are here as we speak. It is a beautiful RV park. Prossibly one of the nicest I've been to. Pool is nice, restrooms are great and everyone is so friendly. They escort you to your spot and procede to help you park and hook up everything. That was a first. Could have a 10 except fot the problem that was noted last year about the BUGS. I asked about that and the office girl said that was from the previous owners. Well, maybe it comes with the territory but once the sun went down, out they came. Huge spiders and big water like roaches. Absolutely disgusting. I'm sure they can't help it, but we're leaving only after one night because I'm scared of taking some home with us. If they could fix that problem it'd totally be a 10. But until then, I think I'm even being generous. - dcarrillo
Apr 2009 - $30.00
This is a 5-star RV resort that has apparently changed ownership recently. Check-in was quick and easy and they provided a guide to the site. All sites are paved and landscaped beautifully. Our premium site was double size and included a stainless steel BBQ and a gazebo. The clubhouse is gorgeous with bowling alley, bar, large fitness center, and showers inside the resort-style dressing areas with jacuzzi, sauna, massage room, etc. The pool area outside was very nice with waterfalls, etc. Their Wi-Fi worked great. Somebody spent millions to develop this resort! The only thing unusual about this resort was that it was only about 10% full -- perhaps because it is at the far north end of Pahrump and about 9 miles to city center. We paid $30 with our Passport America membership and for the amenities, it was a good deal. It's a great place to base for easy 1 hour trips to Death Valley. - Skycrane77
May 2015 - $28.00
We stayed for 5 nights and we're pleased with all the amenities and central location in Pahrump. Resort offers two swimming pools a hot tub, laundry, as well free breakfast during the week. Sites are gravel and mostly level with the power pad in the rear suitable for the longest Class A motor home. You are one hour from Death Valley and Las Vegas and about an extra half hour to the Hoover Dam. As well the resort has a RV wash area suitable for Class A units, with ladders and high pressure hoses to clean the bugs off. Lacking is a picnic table to set your barbecue on. Windy when we were here but nothing uncomfortable. The price for fuel is cheaper in Pahrump than other places. - Semiretired
Apr 2015 - $30.00
Nice park located not far from Las Vegas (our home). We were lucky enough to obtain a pull-through spot on the back row that was very nice. It had plenty of room to position the trailer and nice space to sit outside under the awning. The resort has 2 nice pools, a Jacuzzi, rec room, courts, and many other nice features. We went to the winery next door for a tour and a tasting. There are many nice resorts in Pahrump, but this one is one of the better! - ezgator
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Superior park layout with relaxing pools and delightful common areas. And a coin-operated RV and car wash. It's the first time in more than four years of full-timing we've been asked if we wanted morning or afternoon sun at our site. Nice. Crushed stone sites that were quite level. Minor drawback was the utilities located behind the RV which made for long sewer hose run. - jbrucemagon