I was surprised this is a high rated Good Sams park. This is more a permanent trailer park that allows RV's. Therefore the price is too high. When we checked in the lady told us her husband would guide us to the site. While waiting in the RV a person came out of the office, didn't acknowledge us at all, stepped into a electrical cart and took off. We assumed it was the husband so we followed to the site hoping we were following the right person. People living there are not friendly and several trailers are run down. You can either choose cable or wifi, apparently you can't have both! Sites are wide enough. Won't camp here again. Not even for an overnight stay.
This resort is great! at the south end of The Strip. Extremely clean and the staff is very helpful and friendly. I love they have a family and a separate adult pool. The pool area is beautifully landscaped and decorated with trees, plants and waterfalls. There is a small campground store at the resort as well as a nice restaurant with reasonable prices and good food. 24/7 security. There are enough dog runs although a bit of grass at the runs would be nice so some rude people who didn't want to pay extra for a site with grass wouldn't use the grass at the sites from other people who did pay extra. We will definitely come back here soon! One of the best resorts we stayed at.
A very nice small campground with nice landscaping located 80 miles North of the Grand Canyon. Very well maintained with enjoyable shaded sitting areas. Staff (Dutch) is very friendly. Some sites are a little narrow. We would stay here again.
Right across from Judge Roy Bean Museum, behind the Lilly General Store are privately owned 6 full hook-ups. Area is very scenic and people in the General Store are very friendly. Very nice and quiet camp. No restrooms or showers.
Everything is really clean. People are very friendly and helpful. Long pull through sites. Only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because of the smell from the oil field which is nearby. Would camp here again.
Spaces are on tarmac. Lots of wildlife around the camp area. When it is filled up it is not easy to back in with a 40' motor home because spaces are facing each other. Would have given it a 6 if we wouldn't have had 6 brownouts in one day. It might have been caused by the heat that day (105F), but there were only 5 RV's so can't imagine how it would be with the camp being filled !
Was kind of surprised the brochure says 'Elite RV Resort'. Tight spaces. No activities. Lot of bare spaces with no landscaping. Wifi is offered but you have to pay $3 for 24 hours access. Camp is clean.
This is a beautiful well maintained and clean resort. Sites are surrounded with plants and trees. For dog lovers there is a good size pet park which is very clean as well. Price is a bit high ($108) but well worth the money. We sure will stay here again.