Park is well manicured and close to all of the Amish communities. The laundry room was state of the art. Very high end washer and dryers. Sites are a little tight for our taste. Neighbors used the firepit every night and we had to keep our side windows closed because of the smoke. Park fills up on weekends so make your reservations a good week or two in advance. Make sure to go to Mt. Hope and have lunch at Mrs. Yoder's Kitchen. Some of the best food we've ever had.
Good Sam's rates this as a 9. I would give it maybe a 5. The highway is right next to park. Lot's of gravel...hardly any grass..just not very appealing at all. That being said, good spot for a few nights and the management is very nice.
Stayed here for a couple of days on our way to Salt Lake City, Utah. Clean, nice grassy areas with concrete pad. No picnic tables. Have not seen a park laid out like this before. The RV next to us is facing one way and our RV is facing the other way. What's nice about this is that when we step out of our RV, we have a lot of space between the next site. What we don't like about it is that the RV next to us is probably 5 feet from us. My slide out faces their slideout so we can't open our blinds unless we want to look directly into our neighbors RV. Internet a little slow.
Bordertown RV Resort is about 7 miles outside of Reno. We prefer being out of the hubbub of city. There is a new Walmart about 7 miles away, also grocery stores, etc. We liked the area so much that we decided to stay for a month. The park is clean and neat. The sites are level with a nice grassy area. Management is friendly and knowledgeable. There is a small casino and restaurant within walking distance which is part of the RV park. The food is good - they have daily specials after 3:30 and the food is so reasonably priced. We even won some money at the casino... Extremely quite, peaceful park. Would definitely stay there again.
Stayed here for 3 nights. Centrally located to shopping centers, restaurants, anywhere you need to shop. Good paved roads and very wide sites. Our site was on a corner, large cement pad and then a large grassy area - probably 35 ft distance between each site. Usual traffic noise as the RV Park is close to a major street. This is a place to stop for a few nights on your way north or south. No bells or whistles, older park but well kept. Would stay here again for a few days.
Park is neat as a pin. Good paved interior roads, large pull thrus with concrete pads and a nice patch of neatly trimmed (almost golf course type of grass). There are about three rows of pull thrus and the outer perimeters are mostly full timers. That being said, the park is off of CA58 and as we were driving along that patch of highway, my husband and I were shocked at the amount of trash on the highway medians. As we took the Fairfax Road exit, I was questioning whether I wanted to stay in this part of town. The exit medians were full of trash and you could tell that you were in the older part of town. But as we pulled into the RV park, it was like a different world. We stayed in a 45' motorhome for two weeks and had plenty of room. We're new to RVng so I'm not sure if this is the norm, but the park would fill up by 3 or 4 p.m. and the park emptied out by 1 or 2. I think this a stop over for a lot of folks. There is a small grocery/meat market called Roberts Market (turn right out of the park and go down about 1/2 mile - it's on the left). Had really good prices and good cuts of meat in their meat market. Also, Rusty's Pizza delivers and although a little pricy, we had a great pizza. After we had been there a few days, we started doing all of our shopping, groceries, etc. in the South side of Bakersfield (newer grocery stores, shopping centers, etc.) Once you get past the first impression that has nothing to do with the park, it's a nice place to stay. There is some street noise but we got used to it.