Easily the cleanest and best RV park in Elko. In fact, we think it is the best RV park on I-80 outside of Reno. About 2/3 of the spaces are taken by long term residents but their units are kept clean and people are quite friendly. This park fills up quickly in the summer months so it is best to have reservations. Consider staying a couple of days and visit the spectacular Lamoille Canyon just 20 miles south in the Ruby mountains.
Very clean and pretty quiet as long as you don't get into the back-in sites by the gate and road. No kids allowed. Lots of snowbirds here, but it is a big park and has lots of spaces for overnighters. Clean showers and bathrooms. Very friendly staff. We really like this place. All sites were $29 for a limited time special rate.
Very nice, new park with large sites. Friendly staff will guide you to your site. Entrance is NOT on Old Mill Road, though that is their address. Instead, turn left on Hillside (at the Smith's gas station) to get to the entrance. If all you want is a cheap one night, then go to the casino RV park. But if you're going to stay a few days and want a reasonable rate for a clean, spacious, quiet park, stay here.
Far enough off the Hwy to be quiet. Level sites with mature shade trees. Friendly staff. Very knowledgeable about the area 4wd rentals available. We think it is the best full service RV park in Torrey.
This is an immaculate park. Friendly staff, easy access to sites, and as others point out, lots of amenities. Shuttle to Zion NP is $7 round trip. Only issues were minor. Site was not all that level and they only have 6 bathroom/shower rooms. If you want to use them in the morning, you'll have to get in line. Cable TV is not available in Virgin. Wi-Fi was weak. No service for AT&T cell phones.
This is an older park with sites terraced into a hillside. Owners were friendly. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Sites were adequate though a large motorhome might only fit in one or two locations. Not a problem for us, though. Very close to Yosemite entrance which is a big plus. Pool and spa are available next door. WiFi can be accessed there as well for a fee. We liked the place.
We really like this place as an overnight. Spaces are level, wide, easy to navigate, and have a strip of lawn between sites. Staff is very friendly. We hiked the trails nearby but were warned of recent bear visits in the area. Didn't see any but we know to make noise as we hike. Two for one coupons for the dining room are provided and a free bag of ice when you leave. Casino is a bit shabby but we didn't stay there to gamble. We stay here at least once a year on our way to California.
Mature trees everywhere, easy to navigate, fairly level sites. Only issues are the ducks which some people love but which leave a mess behind. We didn't feed them, so they tended to leave us for the other campers who did. Showers have a very small common area for changing but the showers were clean. Very friendly and helpful staff and fine amenities. Convenient to the fairgrounds next door. We're planning on returning next year.
Casa Blanca opens the Oasis RV Park for overflow during the winter. The spaces there are larger and easier to navigate. Still, it's just asphalt with hookups. The pool and showers at Oasis are open and quite nice. But it's a hike to the Casa Blanca casino and there is no shuttle. Still, the price is right, it's convenient for an overnight stay and we'd stay here again.
Fine for an overnight. Level gravel sites with good WiFi and cable TV. Chinese restaurant next door. Very friendly staff. We stayed here twice. Train tracks are nearby but didn't bother us. Very clean restrooms and showers.
This is an older, but very well maintained park. They have a separate section for short stays. Staff was friendly as were the other people in the park. We stayed here for a week during spring training. We'll definitely return.
A nice park with helpful staff and good facilities. I left my toilet kit with my medication in the shower room and didn't miss it until the office (lost and found) was closed. When I told the security guy I needed my meds, he found someone to open the office and find my kit which someone turned in. I was impressed. It's a pricey place compared to others in Las Vegas, but very clean and well maintained.
Very helpful staff. Nice shaded sites with plenty of space and a cement slab between spaces. Like other reviewers, we really like this place. Very convenient to I-15 but far enough away that noise was not an issue. 30 minutes to Zion Canyon NP. Only downside was that there was only one men's and one women's shower/toilet. If it's occupied, you wait outside.
There's easy access to the pull through sites. Friendly staff and a very clean, quiet, park with lots of mature trees for shade. Only issue was that the laundry closes early in the evening and we couldn't get in.
A nice place to stay before going into Yellowstone. Campground is in the pine trees with plenty of space between units. There were fire rings and picnic tables at each site. Several trailers here belong to the Air Force for their personnel on vacations.
This is a model of what a good RV campground should look like. Plenty of space, fire rings, grass, level sites, tables, friendly staff, and very convenient to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Staff couldn't have been nicer. I needed some air in my tires and they wheeled out a compressor: no charge. Cable TV is only available in the Base Camp area.
This is a nice National Forest campground along the banks of the Truckee river. Most have shade though those closer to the highway tend to be open. Sites are paved and fairly level. Dry camping but there are water spigots scattered around. Good fishing. Fire rings and a table at each site. We stayed three nights and would return again.
This is a great RV park. The sites are paved and level with grass at each site and many mature trees around the perimeter and younger trees by the drive through sites. You get a 2 for 1 coupon for dinner in the casino restaurant and another for a thermos of coffee or bag of ice from the store. Beautiful views of the eastern Sierra. Free cable. Wifi is $5 per day. The park is a bit pricey but well worth it. We'll definitely return here.
Very nice staff. But there are a lot of long term residents here, many of whom leave for work at 5 a.m. in their diesel pick up trucks. That said, I don't know of any place in Winnemucca that is any better. Good for an overnight stay on the way to somewhere else.
Office closes at 4 p.m. on Sundays. This park is less than two years old. Very clean restrooms and showers. Sites are paved and have a cement slab for chairs and tables. Pricey but very nice, spacious sites. Only downside is that the railroad track runs nearby and trains can be heard most of the night.
Gravel sites. OK for an overnight but nothing beyond that. Showers are on 15 minute timers and require a coin you get at registration. Need to walk to the end of the bathroom to insert the coin then run back to the shower. Not the best situation. Trains run about 1/4 mile from the RV park. Heard them most of the night. Complimentary continental breakfast was a nice touch. Staff was friendly.