I have never been in a nosier place. Located at a major HWY intersection truck and cars all day long. Staff is so so except for the I guess maintenance people who must have been fired from Walmart. Left with water spots on the side of the rige due to lawn sprinklers. The land scaper was even here working on them and when I said something to him he just shrugged and said noting he could do. In place the park is falling apart and it's not that old. Best part is the nice long pull troughs biggest problem is they won't let you into the park with your toad hooked up so if your just planning on spending a night passing through you still have to unhook. THERE'S BETTER PLACES TO STAY Oh I forgot the two refineries very close by and the mesquites from there swamp next to the office. Nice smell
This is a nice rustic campground. We spent one very quite night and would stay again. If you want out of the way quiet place this is it. Not far off I-80. Excellent place to spend the night if passing through.
This is a small private campground located off the frontage road. Mostly grass with some gravel but still a very nice quite place to spend a few nights in this area. Owners were very friendly. Rates are $20 for 30 amp and $25 for 50 amp service. Has Wi-Fi but no cable. I would recommend this for a friend.
This is a great park, close to everything. Great Views of the valley and race track. Quite off the road. Some weekends you can watch the boys play at learning to drive a race car at the driving school there. Only small draw back is the dump station is at the bottom of the hill.
Nice little camp ground. Owner and staff very friendly. Sights are narrow and need more gravel as lots of mud around the sites. Wi-Fi is not available in the sites we had. Very limited area of use for Wi-Fi. I think spring and fall would be idea times to visit as long as the rain has stopped. We will stay here again.