2 Parks near Tonopah, Nevada
Jun 2015 - $26.00
By looking online and for the name Tonopah Station RV resort, you will be very disappointed. Definitely not a resort. They do have full hook ups. But I think the service is iffy. Even though it says 50 amps, we were not getting enough power to run two air conditioners.
They have about 15 spots, all back behind the casino in a paved lot. They do have laundry facilities available. If you want to use their showers though, you need to provide $5 ransom for the key. We did not check them out.
Extremely small casino. They do have a few good machines. Interesting thing here is that every time you want to cash out to go to another machine, you have to get a slot person.
For a one night stay, I guess it's okay. But definitely not worth the money. It is easy in and out though. - Kgtraveler
May 2015 - $27.00
Parking is on the back parking lot of the casino, some spaces on a slant, all on gravel. No trees, no picnic tables, just a place to park. - SeenAll50
May 2015 - $27.00
After reading the other reviews, I was hesitant. But this is a decent place to stay. It was easy to access. There were full hookups. My site had 15amp or 50amp service (I had to use my adapter to plug in my 30amp cable). There is a $5/key deposit for the showers. The men's shower room had a standard household type shower stall, urinal, toilet, and sink. They were all clean and functional. There was some trim missing from around the shower stall but that didn't matter to me. The site was quiet at night and very well lit. Everyone inside the casino was very friendly and helpful. The restaurant is good and reasonably priced. I will definitely stay here again as I pass through. - KofNV
Oct 2015 - $13.00
Although the electricity seemed reliable and the campsite was fairly level, not much else was good about this place. Restroom/laundry facility, while a fairly new and decent building, was filthy beyond imagination. Strange place with three different lots spread out along a road in a quite run down part of this little town. - SeeTheUSA
May 2015 - $10.00
We didn't actually stay here although we had planned to as the web site of this site looked good. When we arrived we realised it was just a small gravel lot with broken everything and felt very scary to be honest . Looked terrible and no-one else there at all. A sinister looking man came out of a nearby house presumably to ask us for money but we had quickly decided that we would turn around and get out of there!! Would not recommend the drive to this place - avoid it!!!! - debhirons
Jun 2014 - $12.00
Needed to stop for the night in Tonopah and knew that there are really only 2 locations for a motor home ... Joy Land and the Casino. The Casino spaces are completely filled with permanent rigs. don't even bother to look. We got to Joy Land and managed to swing into the drive next to the building marked "Office" at what I now know to be "Lot 1". There is a bell to ring for service, but you don't hear anything because it rings at the house across the road. The manager, came out promptly and checked us in.
If you have a large rig (we have a 40' coach w/ toad) DO NOT pull into this lot. Stay on the side of the street. We needed to unhitch to get back out. the place with "pull-thru" spaces is another half mile down the road! The spaces are gravel, level and there are maybe 5 of them. The power (50 or 30 amp) was good and the boxes seemed new, although we made sure to use our surge protector. We did not try the water or sewer connections. There are NO amenities of any kind. This is just a place to stop for the night. It is quiet and we had no disturbances ... that is the best I can say. For the price, I cannot complain. We used Passport America for the 50% discount. - dqcarol