Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $24.00
Sure, it's bare bones but it has the essentials: sewer, water, 30amp electric, restrooms, showers, WiFi and access to the hotel indoor pool. The sites are barren with no trees but it's OK for a stopover and a decent value at $24. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $24.00
The other reviews sum it up. I was the only camper in the park except for a 5th wheel that was empty. Park is over grown and looks unattended. Dog park is great with a nice covered picnic area. Wi-Fi works, but is slow. This was just a "place to sleep" with A/C for me. The showers were fine and the pool is ok also. I paid $24, included tax. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $35.00
This RV park is adjacent to and run by the folks at the National 9 Inn. They are always nice and try to accommodate our needs, and they have a convenient café that is always pretty good.
The park has a total of 24 spaces. The park is OLD and the spaces are extremely tight. In reality I doubt that you could ever park more than a dozen or so coaches. With a little work on the part of the owners it could be a very nice little park. Most of us who stay here are here because we are working in the area for a few weeks. Our 40 foot motor home takes up two spaces and the sewer connections end up under the coach, no matter how we get parked. The 30 amp electric service get a little iffy when the park gets busy. But in February there were only four coaches so electric was not an issue. The motel has an indoor pool that is nice.
This stay, the grounds around the RV park area needed to be cleaned up. The motel allows pets and it looked like none of the guests know how to use a poop bag.
I keep thinking that this could be such a nice little park with just a little attention on the part of the owners....... We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
For a great dinner, try the Cowboy Kitchen just west on main Street there in Wellington.
Good to great food, in cowboy quantities at reasonable prices.
This is great place to stay--level sites, clean facilities. They had a fantastic clubhouse that looked like a super big family room and dining room. The pool was heated and they had a Jacuzzi. The internet access was fast! Access codes required for entry, so safety was a priority. Great picnic area and playground. friendly staff and clean grounds. Can't say enough nice things about this place We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Rundown park (not even a park really, a few sites full of weeds and bugs next to a motel). Water/sewer on one side and electric on the other side of the sites. Water spigot under the ground and had to clean it of bugs/mud prior to use, Is part of a motel, sites next to parking lot and traffic coming and going. Mostly full-time people here, a lot of alcohol and late night partying the one nite we spent here. Would bypass next time. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
The free Wi-Fi was pretty good. But the rest: a disaster. Narrow sites. Electric hookup on the wrong side. The dirtiest CG we have found in 4.5 years of fulltiming. Cigarette butts, drink containers, nut shells, food wrappers: you name it and it was on the ground here. With the general filth, we dared not use the pool. And the railroad 1,000 feet away: I put in my ear plugs after the first train at 8:30 p.m. A rip-off at even $17/night. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is part of a National 9 Motel and all the employees at the desk and the Outlaw Cafe were real nice. Pool and restroom were clean and showers were a little small but clean also. We only overnited here. A couple of the sites were pretty permanents, but neat. Sites are gravel, pretty level but very narrow. Would stay here again as it's the only game in town, inexpensive, nice folks and the cafe is very good, especially breakfast! We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Operated in conjunction with a motel located next door. Narrow sites. Railroad very close. We had no water when we arrived but fortunately it was restored in a few hours. The water connection was under water when we left due to the location in a hole in the ground and rain causing no choice but to contaminate our water hose. Very dirty campground. Not a pleasant stay and would not do it again. Restrooms and shower located in the motel beside the pool - adequate at best. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $19.00
This is a basic stop on the road. Gravel spaces with concrete patio. Located next to the National 9 Inn at the South end of Wellington. It is in the desert, so no trees for shade. There is a Walmart in Price so it is not a bad stop for those that want hookups and also want to take on supplies. The indoor pool was very nice. The rest rooms and showers in the pool area were clean. There appeared to be a couple of long time stays, but most were travelers moving through. Traffic at night was not heavy and the traffic noise did not seem excessive. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Travel Trailer.