Clean park; sites have picnic tables, and are on pavement with lava rock and some weeds growing in the rock in between sites. A doggie park would be nice, although they have dog sitting available for a fee if you want to take the train to the Canyon. Baths/showers were immaculately clean and even provided liquid soap and shampoo. You can use hotel facilities also (pool, etc). Wi-Fi worked fine. You can walk/bike to town/Safeway. Excellent paved roads throughout. A P/A park.
This is a small, basic old RV park located right off an exit of I-40 in Grants. Park has gravel sites which were fairly level and provide ample room. Sites are close together with no privacy. Restrooms are newly remodeled and clean, and the office/laundry area should be nice when completed. Park looks tidy and the long term campers maintain their trailers and sites. Wi-Fi service was good. Location right off the highway and across from a Walmart were good. The office was empty when we arrived, and the site we had been assigned on the reservation was occupied, so we just took another empty site. The park was adequate for our needs, and the new owner is trying to upgrade the park, but it has a long way to go.
A ridiculously high-priced park for what you get, but if you want a true balloon experience it's a must do. The park has thousands of RVs parked every year. Most with no park supplied amenities, but with spectacular views of hot air balloons launching, landing and evening fireworks displays. The roads in the park are mostly gravel, with tiny thorns that hurt the dogs' paws, and flatten bike tires. The included bus service into the Balloon Fiesta is a definite advantage. The Verizon data service throughout the park was non-existent. Wonder if that had anything to do with the park's sale of Wi-Fi through a local vendor? Disappointing for a city the size of Albuquerque. The Balloon Fiesta is a treat to attend, and if nothing else, dry camping in the park is an experience. For a fee, trucks are available to dump holding tanks, and fill potable water.
A cute park across the road and a short walk from a nice hotel. The park does not have a pool or spa, but allows the use of the spectacular facilities at the hotel which also has a beautiful beach and park on the Colorado River. The hotel has a good breakfast and happy hour deal for card-holders. The park roads are mostly gravel, but it has some interesting desert landscaping. We came in with a dead battery in our toad, and the resort's manager called the hotel's security who arrived immediately with a jump service. Excellent service! Verizon had a very weak data signal, but the golf course next door had an open and usable Wi-Fi connection. One must see is the nearby town of Oatman. Bring carrots for the tame, wild burros. Fun beggars!
We have stayed numerous times and will continue to return when we're in the area. The mountain coming out of Vegas overheated our rig's engine, but we made it. The park is a beautiful spot on a small lake. They provide kayaks and paddle boats. Fun! The pool and spa were clean and refreshing. The restaurant has a nice, reasonably priced buffet every night, and it's great fun to walk the dog on nice sidewalks around the lake. The bathrooms were clean, but could use an overhaul and more showers. A real treat to stay here.
We stay here when we're in Las Vegas once or twice a year. The park is parking lot style, but with a convenient, free bus to downtown Fremont Street and the strip. The pool and spa were disappointing as compared to previous stays because the pool water was cold, and bottom was debris filled. Don't know if that was because of the resort's inability to maintain cleanliness due to high winds or just negligence. Spa water was much lower than it should have been, with a very noisy circulator. Walmart is right across the street, and the hotel has some fun restaurants, theaters and lounges. Oddly, they have a not enclosed sewer setup. Nice, convenient dog park. The showers were old, but clean.
Here with an RV owners' club, thus the reasonable group rate. Fantastic, luxury park. Nice mix of park models and RV sites. Gravel sites with cement pads for chairs, table, etc. Great food was prepared and served by gracious resident hosts. Small sandwich shop in park along with gold shop. A general store for forgotten or run out of necessities might be a nice touch, but large stores are not too far away. Three close by our site, well cared for "bark" parks were appreciated by our dog, and well lit for nighttime use. Lovely large swimming pool and spa. Equally clean smaller pool and spa. Park advertised many winter activities. Still playing afternoon volleyball in the large pool. Comfortable outdoor seating area near the large pool. Grounds were well-manicured and a pleasure to explore. Huge, paved, roads throughout park. Back in spaces allowing easy maneuvering of big rigs onto sites. A bicycle or golf cart is helpful to get around as park is huge. Immaculate shower facilities.
Like coming home. Great, clean pools and spas. Fun pool bar with excellent Happy Hour, and breakfast and lunch specials and tasty choices for early evening dining. Friendly wait staff. Paved roads, but much gravel and dust from sandy beach when the wind blows. Beautiful well tended mile long beach. Fun mini-golf course, ping pong table, and basketball court. Nice kids playhouse. Kids unfortunately allowed to get carried away with pool splashing and should be better supervised and rules set and applied . Handy, well equipped, small convenience store.
Lakeside Casino and RV Park is one of our favorite places to stay. The small "lake" is scenic, and they provide kayaks and canoes to paddle on for free. The pool and spa are clean and fun. There is a paved sidewalk especially nice for dog walking, around the perimeter of the lake. Spots are large, with grass, picnic tables, cement pads, and close by barbecues. They are under new ownership, and are improving the landscaping, which is still lovely, as are the ducks. The restaurant in the casino is good, and reasonably priced. I miss the old menu, however. I enjoyed ordering the large, reasonably priced and salad bar and single entree evening buffet instead of the large pricier, multi-choice buffet now offered, but I suppose there are those that prefer the large buffet. We have DTV, so don't need cable, or antenna service, Although a cable would be a nice addition. We were never able to pick up the local antenna feed stations, but I don't know if that was the fault of our antenna system, or their location. Overall, a great park in a lovely location. Rate reflects PA discount.
Dry camping in a huge fairground. Dump service, and potable water delivery for additional fee. Unpaved giant parking lot style, with prickers that gave many flat bicycle tires. Very pricey for what they offered, but only option to allow front row seats for the spectacular hot-air balloon extravaganza.
CRA Member Park. Beautiful spot on the river, parking lot style gravel sites with cement pads, limited landscaping, picnic tables and barbecues at most. Cute little dog parks at either end, one with open doggie access to the river. Nice pools and spas. Fun, reasonably priced bar with good Happy Hour and decent food specials and menus. Fun kettle corn truck twice a week. Well stocked general store. Nice kids club playground and mini, and decent food in clubhouse when offered. Overall, a fun, homey place.
Gravel Park, parking lot style, Allowed to use un-elaborate pool and spa at hotel. Two unisex single showers/toilet combinations. Toilet area flooded when shower was used. Ridiculous. Okay for overnight, but that's about it.
Nice park with good roads and asphalt sites. Pads under your levelers were required. Hotel next door had a non-elaborate pool, spa, and gym, and could be used by RV park guests. Town was an easy walk or bike ride. Train to Grand Canyon was a short walk. Rate reflects PA rate. Cowboy show before train departure was fun.
Park is desert like. Some Interesting desert landscaping, but roads within park are gravel, and broken asphalt. Pool, spa, and beach at hotel across the street are beautiful, and included. They have a shuttle if needed, but are close enough to walk or drive to. Sites are all gravel with picnic tables, are next to a nice golf course.
Parking lot style, but some beautiful coaches staying in the park. Decent swimming pool and spa. Walk to hotel with casino, decent lounges, large, senior friendly movie theater, and fun laser light show. Free shuttle to downtown and strip running frequently, but stopping early. Small, gravel sites with minimal landscaping. Weird sewer system, doesn't really seal. Kind of surprised it's legal. Walmart right across the highway.
A park-like setting, and kids paradise including a huge play area with swings, clubhouse, organized games, etc. Sites are large and gravel. Some of those in the hills may be hard to back into. Clubhouse is large and comfortable with fireplaces, and attractive gas outdoor fire pit. Swimming pool and spa are large and pleasant. Remember to bring your food as the charming town is four miles away and has no large supermarkets. General store at resort is well stocked and handy. But beware, park gets a 10, but State Highway Roads get a 6 as they are curvy mountain snake trails for miles. Price reflects CRA membership.
Stayed here with large group initially. Everything smoothly run. Rate reflects seasonal Passport America discount, after group outing. Nice pool, spa, clubhouse, dog run, and grassy walk paths. Park models, but away from RV parking. Nice covered area with tables next to pool. Nice gym and billiard rooms. Large back-in spaces with concrete and gravel pads. Paved roads good for bicycles. Across the street from large supermarket. Gated. Nice golfing and restaurant just down Highway 60. Check out Organ Stop Pizza and the weekend swap meet in Mesa. Can't think of anything needing improvement.
They call themselves a resort, and they are truly large, and truly wonderful resort. Beautiful pools and spas. Beautiful beach on the Colorado River. Fun pool bar with good prices for drinks and food. Kid's clubhouse, and park clubhouse with decent, reasonably priced food. Nice dog park. Gravel sites with many palms and other trees throughout park. Well equipped general store, and kettle corn truck here day we arrived, but didn't stay. Each site had a picnic table. Some had grills. Would get a 10 if some of the roads within park were improved, sites had cement pads in addition to gravel, and all had barbecue grills. Price reflects CRA low use membership.
Old park filled with many RVs that look as old as the park. Most look full time. "Trailer Park" says it all. VERY narrow gravel roads, very small spaces, no pool, spa, landscaping, etc. Wanted $5 deposit for key to use restroom/shower. Didn't use, so don't now about cleanliness/facilities. Have a clubhouse with many functions. Park residents/staff were very friendly. Off leash dogs allowed, and were not picked up after. Beautiful city park a short bike ride away. Rate is for dry camping our too large for the park 40' rig on a beautiful spot on the river. Park is a Passport America member.
Nice spot on the river. Can put your canoe in easily. Nice walk around the park on the river. Cable was available for a $2.00 extra fee per night. Roads were not well maintained gravel, and in need of repair. Very nice pool and spa. Rate is RPI. Each site has cement pad and barbecue grill. Office staff was pleasant. Coffee in the clubhouse every morning, and exercise classes looked like fun.
Beautiful, relaxing spot on lake. Large sites with cement pad and grass yard. Nice walkway around lake. Decent casino and food. General store. Has operated under bank ownership for several years, so landscaping is not all it could be. Cable TV would be a major addition. Rate was PA.
Location, location, location. Ordinary, but clean RV facilities. Sites are close together and gravel. Some had trees, but walk to nice hotel with interesting lobby area, and good food. Decent pool. Free bus transportation to Downtown and Strip. Wal-Mart is right across the street.
There are two parts to this park. One is a member area, the other is the guest area. Stayed in CRA member area. Sites were "stepped" and a little unlevel. All gravel. Back of park had a watertower that hummed continually. Clubhouse was decent. Meals were served in clubhouse on weekends, decent food, and a lot of fun. Showers were clean. Pool was clean, but it could have used some desert landscaping in garden area.
All gravel, but interesting landscaping. Clean showers. Rough roads. No pool, but facilities at the hotel were beautiful. Lovely beach area, and pool a short walk across the street at hotel. Seemed like a lot of derelict RV's lived in the park.
Magnificent landscaping at park entry. Members parked in well-landscaped area. Guests parked on gravel with no sewers. Dump truck came around every couple of days if requested. Nice dog run, nice clubhouse. Lovely pool area. Understand the park is under new ownership and making improvements to entire park including guest area. Rate was RPI.
Beautiful scenery right on river. Beautiful marina but it was off season, so no boats docked. Motel/condos owned by different company than RV park, so might be different goals. No pool/spa in RV park, but we were able to use both at the condos up the hill. Cement pad, nice but cracked. Restrooms clean but in need of paint. Good restaurant. Joined CRA here, but BEWARE of salespeople. They will lie to you to get you to join. Very upsetting! Get everything questionable they tell you in writing in case you decide to change your mind about membership. Will remain members, but not because of the salesmen!
Country style. Beautiful landscaping and entry. Cute clubhouse with decent, inexpensive food on the weekends. Nice pool/spa. Highway noise is present, but we could deal with it. Seems to be an older park with tight spaces. No cable, but can pick up LA antenna stations adequately. Very nice staff working hard to do the best they can with what they've got.
Friendly staff. They lead us to a pull through space. Beautiful landscaping and clean. Several pools/spas. Lots of activities. Convenient to shopping and restaurants. Enjoyed our stay. Rate is Passport America.
Good: Nice pool and spa, clean showers, friendly staff, chose own site, close to Palm Springs. Had several community functions during our stay: spaghetti supper, hamburger cookout, jam session. Bad: Somewhat small in length for a 40'. Parked tow car in next site over as no room in own site, but management didn't object. Rate was RPI. Charged extra for 50 amp.
Requested and received a pull in site with view of the golf course: very pretty. Other sites are pull through, but not particularly pretty scenery. Clean bathrooms. Interesting landscaping with picnic areas and grills scattered around. Gravel roadways and sites could use some fill. The AVI Casino is right across the street, and has a beautiful pool/spa area, and lovely beach on the Colorado. Great dining deals at the casino. Town with stores is just a couple of miles away. Pleasant stay. Will go again and stay longer.
Good: Nice pool/spa, clean restrooms, welcoming staff, right across from Walmart, quiet, part of pleasant hotel with good restaurants, movies, bowling alley, entertainment, and nice, not Vegas crazy lobby/lounge area, free buses to Freemont St. and the Strip. Bad: Narrow, gravel sites, unsealed sewer hookups. We stay here when we are in Vegas, and are happy with the park.
A pleasure to visit. Beautiful grounds, friendly staff, decent restaurant in casino. Lovely lake with free kayaks and peddle boats. Nice pool and spa. Used to be able to swim in lake, but no more unfortunately. No cable, but access to local TV through roof antenna is acceptable. Love the ducks! Rate was Camp Club USA.
First the good: Clean park, nice pool and spa, courteous staff, right next to a pleasant hotel with movies, bowling alley, entertainment, casino, decent restaurants and well priced buffets, right across the street from Wal-Mart, free bus to Downtown and The Strip, nice dog walk area. Less than good: Weird not fully sealed sewer hook-ups leading to leaking odors, most spaces small gravel with limited room to set up chairs, tables, etc.
Very relaxing spot on pretty small lake. Free use of pedal boats and kayaks. Reasonably priced restaurant in casino. Has a small general store on property. Has pleasant staff. Have stayed several times, and before were allowed to use our own board for paddling the lake with our dog. No longer allowed and very disappointed! Also, no longer allowed to swim from beach or anywhere else in lake. Sure to be a disappointment to families. Pool/spa are pleasant and clean. Enjoy watching the ducks. There is no cable TV. Camp Club USA rates.
We stay here often in the winter. Staff was friendlier than in the past. Restrooms are nice and warm, and clean. Their indoor pool and spa are a winter treat. Plowing is efficient and excellent. Could use some updating in restrooms: missing soap dishes. Wi-Fi is included, but not fully reliable. Verizon card worked well. Great location: close to buses and right across the street from a new free cross-country center. An amazing area!
Clean and quiet. Spots somewhat narrow-had to park a few inches to side to allow slide to clear service box. Friendly, helpful staff. Had trouble with 50 amp plug, but found it had a crack in the plastic, and were able to move. GREAT restaurant right across the street. Nice dog walk area.
Free parking in field next to Casino parking area, relatively level. No hookups, but water available. Register in casino, and promise to use casino facilities. Can stay for five days. Walk to casino. Good restaurant. Gas station on property. Beautiful views of mountains.
Nice personnel in the office. The sites are gravel and somewhat small, but level. Odd sewer hookups: doesn't seal tightly as the hose just lays in the sewer hole without screwing down which can emit some bad odors. Some nice landscaping around. Wal-Mart and Radio Shack are handy across street. A short walk to nice hotel with special lobby and laser light show. There's free buses several times a day to both Freemont St., and the Strip: excellent! We stay here whenever we're in Vegas.
Price was with Camp Club USA discount. Beautiful spot on small lake with lots of friendly ducks; they even supply pedal boats and kayaks at no additional charge. Good food was reasonably priced at the Casino. Cable TV access would make this a 10, but it's not available in this area. Antenna brings in several channels, albeit somewhat snowy on our set. People in office are friendly. Love the place, and will return often.
Absolutely beautiful, relaxing spot on small, pretty lake. Free use of pedal boats and kayaks. Casino with good, inexpensive food on property. Sit outside and relax watching ducks, water and people walking by on sidewalk around lake. Most relaxing place I've ever stayed. Perfect except no cable.
Nice park in good location. Gravel pads. Walk to nice hotel with interesting laser light display. Wal-Mart across the street. Free shuttle to downtown-Freemont St., and strip. Weird sewer hookup allows fumes with bad odors. Add $4 service charge for cable whether or not you use it.
We were warned when we made our reservation that all sites with cable/sewer were occupied, but we could occupy a site with electric and water. We were not warned that the site was very small. Backing in was very tight for a 36' motorhome. The rest of the park was very pretty, however, and free wi-fi was available outside of the office. The staff was very nice. The reason for the low rating was that the restrooms were dirty and non-functioning. Sign on the stall door said to throw ALL papers in the wastebasket next to the toilet. By the morning we left, the toilets weren't flushing. There were also cobwebs in the bathhouse. New facilities were promised in the spring, but when we stayed in April, work hadn't been started. Landscaping was beautiful.
Pretty spot in an open field on the Fairgrounds; about 30 miles to Yosemite. No frills, but picnic tables close to the sites. Individual campers use the self-registration procedure for payment of camping fees and check in. You stop at entrance to the Fairgrounds and complete a registration card, deposit it with payment into a drop box, and pick your site in the field. Just outside the quaint town of Mariposa.
The park is a city park with city environment and surroundings-not a place to spend time lounging at. It is a short drive/long walk to the hotels/casinos, and convenient to Reno's Riverwalk especially beautiful downtown area. The bathrooms/laundry facilities were not particularly clean, and you had to leave a refundable deposit for a key to lock the ladies room from the inside to secure the facility from unwanted access while you were using it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The free wi-fi worked well.
Beautiful landscaping. Each space had a picnic table and grassy area. The bathrooms were immaculate and well-maintained. The hotel was a short walk away or could be accessed by free shuttle after 4 pm. The lovely pool/spa in the hotel were available for free use by RV Park guests. Hotel had a nice casino and good restaurant. They even gave coupons for Casino, nightclub, and gift shop discounts. They also had a clean, fenced dog run. Enter the park from behind the Shell station, not from the hotel. When pulling in, if kiosk is not staffed, call the desk from the kiosk phone. They will tell you what space to use, and you can check in later at the hotel.
The park is in a great location for skiing at Mammoth Mountain. You can walk to the free mountain bus and some local restaurants. The maintenance in the restrooms could use some attention i.e: broken/missing soap dishes, however they are immaculately clean, and nice and warm during the cold winter months. The staff is somewhat surly. Seems like they might be understaffed as they don't answer phone calls immediately, but return your reservation call later in the evening. The pool/spa are excellent for winter use. The free wi-fi worked well. No winter water or sewer at site, but they were available elsewhere.