Basic hook ups, no tv, phone or internet. Tightly packed with little space or foliage, little more then a space, right next to your neighbors on either sides, but we did have the elec. And dump and water. Staff was ok. Excellent shuttle bus service all through the south rim system and one of my favorite places to visit. All in all though, I’d rather be at Mather, wish they had electricity.
Primitive site, with power and maybe water. Beautifully situated in trees, nice private spaces, mostly gravel or dirt and small, our 30’ was ‘ok’ but really geared to small rigs, campers and pop ups or tents. Loved it there. Specific generator times and quiet times. Rest rooms, showers and laundry all very well maintained. Staff were all very friendly and helpful. Would stay again.
Expensive for a basic place, close to magic mountain amusement park. Staff ranged from helpful to hopeless. Pool looked disgusting, to use wifi, you had to pay and then sit on the porch of the office or rec center, where you can’t sit in with a bottle of water. Mostly caters to permanent residents, real ‘trailer park’ feel to the place and staff. Yet the place is big, easy to get to and usually busy with lots of expensive rigs. High priced mobil rv service guy sort of on call. Next time I’m there I’d rather stay at the best western down the road.
Located in one of my favorite areas of the world, red rock canyon state park is basically a primitive campground with dump station and a small nature / geographic info center. Crude bathrooms, no services at sites, along tight, crudely graded dirt road. Sites were not very level or big. A few sites were pull through, sort of, but this was a generous description. Staff ranged from friendly and helpful to park ranger Nazis. We got yelled at and threatened by a ranger for letting my mellow, friendly lab roam around on a walk when I was ¼ mile from anyone else. Overall, a place to park and dump, but you could just pull off the hwy 8 miles north in open BLM land, park wherever you want, have all the space you want and not get hassled—just pack out your trash please and don't dump on the ground. Alan
Small, dirt patch just off hwy 95 just 30 miles south of the border in eastern Oregon. Really just a dirt patch off the hwy to camp with elec and water, hunters use close to local hunting spot. Gas station / mini mart and propane available, was too tired to drive all the way to Reno, ok for what it is.
Basic small park. A little tight but ok, pretty much a parking lot with bathrooms, small [one or two machines] and showers. Bit of a schlep [long walk] to the casino, not well marked as to finding the park for the first time then getting into the casino—actually we went in a freight entrance but the guard was nice enough to walk us through to the casino instead of making us go the long way around. Leaving the casino was also not well marked as to the route out so we wandered around finding the right gate. Great resort, excellent meals at coffee shop [for a coffee shop]. Overall very clean nice resort, won far more at blackjack then the whole stay cost.
Ok park, not much greenery, but easy access from Hwy 80. Wide, large spots although packed closely together. WiFi was something like $10 for the night and slow. Shuttle to and from their casino, I believe every half hour. Fair food and ok, small casino. About 10 miles east of Hwy 395.