The showers were nice and clean, although not quite hot enough. The campsite was moist and my RV started sinking into the grass. And forget about using the jacks, they went straight into the ground. The pool and jacuzzi were closed because of some temporary leak. The WiFi was the real kicker. It was so slow, it made 10 year old dial up seem fast. The reason why? They were backhauling the ENTIRE park's usage over a verizon MiFi!!!! It was THE reason I chose to stay here, and I let the guy know that when I was checking in. At least he could have been honest and told me their internet was terrible.
The camp hosts were VERY friendly and came over to help my 2.5 year old crack open his peanuts and give him a frisbee and smokey the bear book. The campground itself was very quiet and pretty. I was a little disappointed the RV campground was just below the dam, so you had to hike up to see the water. There was free firewood to burn in the fire pits. The hookups in some sites were on the wrong side of the RV, so I had to string power and water underneath. No big deal, just a bit odd. Also the campsites were HUGE! You could easily fit 3 x 34' motorhomes in our site.
This was a great rustic RV park with the bonus of having hot springs you could soak or swim in. I met the owner in the pool, and he seemed very nice. He lives on the premises, but has a great grounds keeper/manager working there who was quite friendly and willing to help out when possible. Our campsite was RIGHT on the waterfront. Campsites had table and an in ground fire pit. The $33/night price included taxes, etc.
Yes, the location is great, but the park is not so great. Its basically a big parking lot with hookups. The staff was friendly. Doggy park was handy. Our water faucet leaked when I first turned it on. I had to mess with it to get it to stop leaking. Only reason we stayed here was that we were running out of time. For the money, I'm sure there are other great parks around Las Vegas. However, they may not have as good of a location.
This park seemed like it was family run, and the staff was VERY friendly and willing to help. They gave me a pull through site for the price of a back in because they didn't think my rig would easily make it into their back in. My AT&T iPhone had 4/5 bars of EDGE service. Park seems to have a fair number of permanent residents. There was a slightly foul rotten egg smell in the air (not sure what was causing it). WI-FI did not work at first, but after going to the front desk a few times, and about an hour later, they got it working for me. The problem was not signal related, but I believe their repeater router had crashed. Its actually working now, and that's what I'm using to write this review.
Fairly nice park for the desert. It was nice to have full hookups, however, water pressure was a bit low. Our campsites were quite spacious. Hot springs were OK. Spent most of our time in the kiddie pool, as the temperature was great. Bottom of that pool was quite rough for my 2 year old son's feet. Hot pool was not very clean and chlorinated. Cold pool was very clean, but quite cold.
This was a very nice campground. It was fairly quiet, our sites were very large, and had a picnic table and fire ring with grill on the end of the fire ring. Water was available through out the campground, just not at individual sites. The website says up to 40' motorhome, but it was a tight fit with our 34'. There were other sites that would have fit us better. The campground hosts were very friendly. I looked in the bathrooms and they looked quite clean. This campground was only about an hour out of San Diego, which made for a very nice weekend getaway.
The GOOD: Tubing down the river was the best part. The people working there were friendly. The BAD: Otherwise the place was full of visitors that can be described as "THUGS FOR LIFE." Campsites were overcrowded. People were chopping wood at 11:30 pm outside our window. Blaring Mexican music was a common occurrence. The bathrooms were filthy. Human excrement in the urinals, which were NOT cleaned. The showers were ONLY cold water with NO shower heads, just a stream shooting out of a straight pipe. There were not nearly enough bathrooms for the number of people in the park. Electrical hookups were shady at best. Our breakers kept popping and it was BARELY enough to keep the RV cool. SUMMATION: We had a good time regardless of the conditions. But I doubt we will be back, as there are plenty of other places in southern California that offer better camping conditions.
The staff was very helpful and courteous. The park was clean. They had 2 dog runs. We camped here while passing through. It seems quite far from the strip, so it may not be a good choice for those wishing to visit Vegas. We would camp here again.