17 Parks near Toiyabe National Forest, Nevada
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Toiyabe National Forest. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Toiyabe National Forest in the left hand column.
Aug 2011 - $43.00
Basic site but wonderful to find somewhere cool so close to Vegas. Perfect for a night's stopover. Bit tight for our 33' RV but not impossible and the pitch was a good size and not close to another. - NickG
Aug 2011 - $23.00
This campground suffers from over-use and under-maintenance. Several folks roll or sneak in and use it as a day-use picnic area and treat it like the maid's coming by later to pick up for them. Trash in site, on trails, between sites. Roads are overgrown with trees and bushes scraping your rig every where you turn. People doing dishes at the fresh water spigots is never a good sign, bees collected there which made it a challenge to top up on water. When they close the campgrounds on the other side of the mountain next year for remodeling, we'll be looking for somewhere else to cool off on weekends. - avbrendan
Jul 2009 - $39.00
This was a beautiful, cool area well outside the Las Vegas hubbub and heat. The host was professional and thorough, and the campsites were clean and well maintained. The campground is too far out for a quick overnight but perfect for a getaway. The vault toilets were clean and well stocked. - seeingitall
Jul 2016 - $21.00
It is a high altitude site. If you are not used to the altitude it can be quite disconcerting. There are only 11 spaces. Get there early in the day to have a chance at a walk up site. Site manager is a very nice guy. He can be extremely helpful. Call ahead and find out if a site is there, he will tell you. He can't hold it, but he will tell you. - Elton
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Park was beautiful. The bathrooms could have used a cleaning but they were useable. Enjoyed the trail access. Each site also has a great tent pad. Will definitely go here again!
Sites are spaced nearby to each other with some shade and tree cover. They are mainly asphalt and have a patio with a fire ring and picnic table. - Angk963
May 2011 - $15.00
We loved this campground but compared to others there are fewer amenities so we rated it 7. It is 17 miles out of Vegas at 7000' near Mt. Charleston. We had site 7 with a view of the mountainsides, trees all around, privacy and visiting wildlife. The picnic tables are concrete as are the fire rings and both are on a concrete pad. The tent pad was very large and level. On the downside, leveling the motorhome took double boards on one side, the road into the campground is narrow with a circle at the end that you must be able to drive around (think length of your unit) to get out, pay showers, no dump station, no playground and no water at any site, although it is accessible to fill your tank. Hiking is available everywhere, you are close to Red Rock Canyon and Vegas, there are a few restaurants within 1 mile and you can completely relax. Very popular so arrive early in the week or make a reservation. We will stay there again. Rate is with Access card. - RetiredRVTravelers
Jul 2011 - $21.00
A very well kept NFS park. No services to speak of. We love staying here though. Generators allowed. Longer rigs need to watch the dip when exiting, the drive crosses a couple of low spots and we've seen some folks bottom out. - avbrendan
Jan 2017 - $15.00
This is a clean, quiet campground. Sites are unshaded, non-level gravel in various lengths. Only sites 101-105 are really suitable for larger rigs. Each site has a picnic table and grill. Roads are gravel in fair condition with some large potholes. Generator hours: 6 AM to 10 PM.
I could sometimes get 1 bar Verizon 1x with an external antenna and booster, but usually nothing. There's usable Verizon LTE near the intersection of Highway 159 and Moenkopi Road.
Hosts are friendly and helpful. - wjzcbn
Jan 2016 - $8.00
Typical of a BLM campground. This is mostly a tenter's campground, with a lot of hikers staying here because of the many excellent hiking trails in the canyon. It has some spots big enough for motorhomes and 5th wheels, but the biggest problem is the lack of a dump station and any water fill stations. There is water available, but you are not allowed to attach hoses to outlets, so you need to come in with full fresh water tanks and empty grey and black tanks. Sites are gravel, but with varying levelness and size. Toilets are not flush and no showers are available, which I suspect might be a problem with hikers in hot weather! All in all, this is a good place for a day or two, but not a long stay because of the lack of water and a dump station. Also, almost no Verizon service in campground or elsewhere in park. - judy_online
Jan 2014 - $15.00
Nice staff, good sized spots. Very close to the amazing Red Rock canyons for hiking/climbing/biking. Heads up, there is no internet coverage, but some cell. Basic camping with toilets and a water tap every 4-5 sites. We've used it many times and will return in the future. - John WD Smith
Dec 2016 - $20.00
A gravel lot in the desert. Great views but not much else to do while here.
I must say it was cold while we were here, so using the pool or hot tub wasn't in the cards. No green around the sites.
We paid for the month but only stayed 2 weeks because of the cold.
Would not stay here again, there are plenty of nice RV parks in the area to choose from. - bthomforde
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stayed 2 nights to make a day trip into Death Valley NP. The park is located on the outskirts of town requiring a drive through a residential area along 2 lane paved roads. The transition from the city streets to the park required negotiating a significant grade change posing a scraping hazard. Then a climb up a single lane paved entrance road to the registration parking area. Then yet another climb up to the site area passing over several speed bumps.
The park was built on a significant slope. There was an attempt to tier the sites level but not all of them appear level. The interior roads are paved and sites are gravel. The roads and turns were negotiable. There was a mixture of pull through and back in sites. The P/T sites were long enough for larger coaches with their toads attached. Sites had sufficient room for opening slides. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were at the rear of the site requiring parking at the rear of the site to reduce hose/cable runs. The sewer connection was at the ground level so it was easy to establish a downhill flow. Distance and gravel areas establish privacy between the sites. There was not an outside table or fire pit. There seem to be some long term residents.
There were a few trees scattered among the sites so satellite reception was dependent on site assignment. The park did not provide cable TV and there was no information about broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. The park provided WiFi was "meant for casual use only; emails and light browsing" so we didn't try to use it. It was password protected. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't try the NET10 phone so don't know about the reception.
There was fenced pet area in a corner of the park. The ground cover was small pebbles and artificial grass. There was a bag dispenser and waste collection station in the park.
If we returned to the area, we probably would stay at another park in town. - bsb814
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Seems to be a fairly new park/resort. Wide gravel back in sites with no shade trees. This is a resort type park with pickle ball courts, work out room, pool, cabins and park models for rent. Nice feature is a place to wash your RV. Resort is associated with a winery on property that offers free wine tasting and tours (decent wines) and an upscale resturant. - RovingRaders
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
Jan 2017 - $25.00
FHU; 30-50 amp; free cable; free wi-fi if in line of sight of antennas and no rv blockages; pull-thrus in middle share pedestial which makes close parking (like 2 ft. away); asphalt lot; can use the hot tub and pool at hotel; $400/month, everything included. - Keith/Ruth
Apr 2016 - $20.00
$20 is based on the weekly rate of $140 all inclusive. It is basically an asphalt parking lot with back-ins around the perimeter bordered by grass and trees, and pull thrus in the middle with shared pedestals (which can make things a little close when two alternate rigs are sharing a pedestal - only inches between slides; having your own pedestal on one of the islands is the way to go). Several gravel islands between pull-thrus with trees and pretty rose bushes. Sites are good size, utilities are convenient and worked well. Lots of cable stations. WIFI wasn't usable at our site. Restrooms always clean, laundry is $1.50/$1.50 but only 2 washers/dryers. It is convenient and clean, walking distance to casinos, food, shopping, etc; a good stop for overnight or longer. - lets move
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Great park spaces good size, great place to walk dog and very friendly staff . We had RZR so was able to go on rides straight from the park. Shopping very close. Would stay again. - Elizabeth24
Sep 2016 - $15.00
Covered pool looks nice but the pool was warmer before they built the cover. Wifi free and easy to access. Showers were free. Very convenient to town. will stay again. - Cactusflower
Sep 2016 - $17.00
Preferred RV Resort is a member owned park that is spacious and well maintained. Many of the sites are pull through. However, they share a front yard which makes things a bit tight. If you are not friends, you will become friends quickly.
It appears that when possible they stagger the sites to give you more room. This was our experience.
The manager is very helpful and friendly and, a wonderful photographer. Sadly, not even he could get the Wifi working during the five days we were there. The park has very thing from an indoor/out pool (sliding roof) to a hot tub. I'm sure it's just me but, if they can't get their Wifi working I hesitate to get into their hot tub. Most likely just me.
The roads are a mix of gravel and valley dust. So, it's dusty. That doesn't really matter because when the wind blows all of Pahrump is seriously dusty.
You are within easy walking distance of two casinos and a Walgreens drug store. - The Penguin
Apr 2016 - $13.00
Stayed for 3 nights in our teardrop camper while traveling for 2 months across country. This was another of our favorite locations. Camp staff were all very friendly and helpful. We had many people staying there stop by and welcome us. We found this to be a perfect location for our visit to Death Valley. Very safe and secure - is gated and has staff at the gate 24 hours. - Jo and John
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