Welcome to small town USA. An this RV Park reflects how they are proud of their town. Very clean, nothing fancy. Sites were plenty big, they had pull thru (only a few), mainly back in. We stayed here in hopes the new Museum for Topaz Japanese Internment Camp would be open. But not yet, they hope 2015. Delta is a very pretty and proud small town. The rate we posted reflects a Coast to Coast Membership price.
Alright, this place is out in the middle of nowhere. But a very welcome site for a overnight stop. It is on the border of Utah and Nevada. You could stand with one foot in each state. We used this location to go to the Great Basin National Park and also the Lehlman Cave. If you are going on tour of the Cave, be sure to reserve the day before or very early the next day, as it sells out. Which we highly recommend that you do. This is really bare bones park, they do have a restroom and laundry facility in a separate building, but we did not need. Also a small motel located on other side of Casino. Very quiet. Yes, we come again.
This is a small bare bones RV park connected to a casino and hotel. You can have access to the indoor swimming pool, which is not real big, but looked real nice. There is a restaurant in the casino, but we did not eat at it. This park is mainly used as a overnight stop, while traveling Highway 50 (the loneliest highway in the U.S.) across Nevada. Ely is really a cute little city. Try the drug store in town that has a soda fountain. Yes, we will stay here again.
We stay at this RV Park about once a year, or at least every other year. The park is kept up very nicely. The laundry room/entertainment room is immaculate. The sites are in very good condition. No complaints about this RV Park. Yes a little further from Reno and Carson City, but well worth it. The price reflects Passport America.
This RV Park in immaculate! The owner takes pride in his small RV Park. Excellent overnight stop, or even a few days to go explore Susanville. The RV sites, are close together, but very easy to get in and out of with a big rig. The rate I posted reflects Passport America. Yes will be back.
This is a small Indian Casino. We boondocked in the parking lot. The Casino was smoke free and alcohol free. The people in the Casino extremely friendly and helpful. There is a Truck Stop right next door that is run Indian Casino. Prices of Diesel, good. There is a lot of Semi Trucks that come in to eat, sleep, but there is a area you can stay that the Semi's do not go into.
This is a no frills campground. Basically a Parking Lot on Gravel. Side by side hookups. 30 AMP. Does have sewer. Come into the park yourself, leave money in envelope in box on building, or the owner will come by in late afternoon or evening. He is a very nice man. We stayed for 2 nights, to go explore Ghost Towns and Pioneer Cemeteries. Great for overnight. Beware there is no, and I mean no, Cell Phone Service or Internet. for any provider.
We stayed here years ago and remember we liked it.. We needed to stay in the area for a couple nights. Flat Level Sites. Plenty of room between Sites. All Hookup Services excellent. Easy to make reservations. Easy to check-in. Lady in office very nice and told us about a fun thing to do in area that we didn't know about. The access road from main road is gravel, approx 1/2 mile. Not bad at all. We will come here again and try to stay longer.
We tried to stay here. No one in office. Sign said call a number after you find a site. No other RVs there. This is a empty gravel lot with a small office. We tried to electricity, but several sites had no power at all. Then hooked to a couple of sites an it had Reverse Polarity. Of course we did not stay there. It doesn't look like anyone ever stays there. Would never go back unless they did a major redo of their electrical system.
We stay here all time as we are passing through California to Utah. Staff is always very friendly. Sites are always in good condition. Easy in and out from Freeway. Quiet Park. We stayed here on Passport America.
Good overnight stop. Only thing is: there are two rows that you can't pull out of, since the road is blocked. So you have to either back out, or pull straight across though another site to get out. They have lots of permanent residents with lots of children but I must say it is pretty clean. Yes, we would come back as it's convenient to Freeway: SR99.
I came into this park on a medical emergency, driving a motor home for the first time without my husband. Was greeted, at 8:45 pm (dark), by the park owner and his night security. They helped me disconnect the car and connected to electric, so I could get to the hospital where my husband was air-lifted in. I was here for a month. There was always someone asking me how I was doing, what they could do to help me. Then when I brought my husband back, they still kept an eye on us if we needed help. Park is very nice, beyond clean and maintained! I reflected the monthly rate (you pay own electric). I have never been in a RV Park with such concerned people for your well being. Thank you!
The rate we quoted was for 3 nights, but two of them were Passport. Beautiful park. Lots of owned sites with RV's or Park Models, decorated absolutely beautifully. Only thing, it is a very long ways to anything.
This was a Membership Park (ROD) so we didn't have to pay anything, but put in $10. Was charged $3.00 for 50 AMP. Been here years ago, was very happy to see they put in new sites for the Big Rigs. Has no trees, and is easy to get in and out of. Great location.
Lots of people living here. Some of the sites were very cluttered! Owners say they are trying to fix it up, but it needs lots of work. At the back of the park there are leased/owned units that are very nice. Yes, we would come back. The rate we quoted reflects a weekly rate.
We had stayed in this park before, several years ago. It seems to have run down more. Looks like a lot of people living full time here. But considering the area, it is a very good overnight stop or even for a few days.
Agree with previous review: way too expensive for what they offer. Lots of people living here, but their sites were not cluttered. Sites were big, that was good. This is not right in Santa Fe, it is North of the city.