3 Parks near Tonopah, Nevada
Oct 2016 - $27.00
Asphalt spaces adjacent to the back of the Casino parking lot. You select an empty space, hook up and go to the registration desk inside the casino and give them your space number and pay. You get a paper with your release date and information on the free WiFi. The WiFi is very good. There is no Cable hook ups for the RV spaces. There was a large Trash Can at each space. Some of the sites are not entirely level. The laundry room is inside the Casino Building and the Restrooms also. There is a full restaurant inside the Casino and a Cafe/Bar area also and of course the gambling rooms. - Joe O
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Most spots are pull throughs but not too level. We had to drive around 2 times to find the best level spot. Water and 30 amp electricity. No wifi or TV. OK for an overnight stay. - arkietraveler
Aug 2016 - $23.00
This park does not take reservations but we are always early so there was no problem. They did fill up by the end of the day. We didn't know but they want you to come in, pull into an available site and then go to the hotel registration and check-in.
It is camping on asphalt in a parking lot with full hook-ups. Some of the sites are level. Ours wasn't too bad but some looked difficult. We did not visit the restrooms but did see a large laundromat right inside the door.
This is not a place to put your camp chairs out and enjoy the evening or early morning and I would never stay more than one night. It is simply a place to sleep along the way. - Myrt & Gordy
Oct 2016 - $30.00
OK for overnight stay, especially in this area with few options. We missed it coming into town since the sign on their website was not visible to us. It is the first group of manufactured housing units with RV's parked in front on the left as you enter Tonopah.
Level full hook up site. Check in was easy and manager was really nice and very helpful. - Allure470
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Agree with other comments, not alot of options is this area,other than boondocking. All pull thru sites, with lanscape element between. Very easy access from highway, drawback would be all the highway noise. Staff was great, we would definitely stay again, as we travel thru area. Not really a destination location. Bathroom area a little tight but shower space generous with dry off area including bench. Laundry had sofa for seating and T.V. - ktboz
Aug 2016 - $30.00
I called to reserve a 45' site after a positive review and $28.00 price by a reviewer. She saved a big site (on the other side of the buildings) which was big enough that I didn't need to unhook. However the price she tried to charge me was $35. When I told her about the other price quoted, she lowered it. All I needed was 50 amp electric for a quick overnight. If you are staying here in a big rig, call in advance to save the site and get a price before stoping. - Eagle06
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