This campground is a LOT nicer than the other in the area. I've stayed at both and will return to this one on future visits. The negative comments about the owner are unfair. I've found her quite pleasant. In fact, when I mistakenly tried to use a 20% discount coupon for my purchase of gifts, (which was to be for clothing only, but I overlooked that part), she went ahead and gave me %10 off my purchase anyway. She also gave me the Good Sam discount when we weren't sure I was current or not. So yes, I'm "team owner". The guys that direct you to your sites are GREAT as well. We stayed in the larger sites which were very nice... if you want more room, spend more. My son and I enjoyed the miniature golf there as well.
This is a terribly sardine packed city with a LOT of dust. There are gravel sites (semi gravel), mainly dirt roads with no speed bumps for the 7 out of 10 people going over 5 mph., thus creating more dust. We also enjoyed stepping out the door of our motorhome and having the neighboring RV's sewer pipe within 8 feet. Nice view ain't it - no sitting out along side your rig enjoying yourself here folks. Owners: Plant a bush or re-design, or put big rigs in bigger sites, ie restructure your CG. Lose a couple-three sites to make larger ones! Go ahead and charge us more, but give us some room. Why this one item wasn't designed as most campgrounds have it, (hook-ups at or near the rear of the site- not towards the middle-front), is the main reason why we wont be back. Big rig back-in sites are very small. Why I'll give them a three rather than a one: The kids enjoyed themselves, restrooms were clean and the Wi-Fi worked good.
One word: DUSTY, best describes this campground's ambience. Large pine tree sites are nice and large; however, if powdery dirt gets on your nerves, as it does ours, you'd best stay somewhere else. There are no speed bumps as well, so most people who ignore the posted 5 mph sign create even more dust. So be forewarned if you like your rig to stay clean or if you wash it prior to arriving. A lot of fun for the kids. They have a recreation room, an indoor swimming pool and bike trail. They loved this place of course! One note: there are no signs posted as to when the restrooms are going to be closed for cleaning, and they were being cleaned anywhere between 8:45 and 9:30am, our personal showering time! If we'd known at what time the showers were going to be cleaned, it'd be easier to plan around. But then again, why clean at that time? This is the only campground where we experienced this. Had to wait for about 10 minutes for them to finish.
Paved roads & shaded sites. Nice place to stay amongst tall pine trees - 40 minutes from Reno and 20 minutes from Lake Tahoe. No playground for kids, but has a large grassy picnic area and basketball court. Kid's enjoyed riding bikes around campground. Would stay there again. One shower only in bathroom was the only negative.
Gravel roads/large grassy unshaded pull-through sites. Lots of fun for the kids - Playground, game room, ice cream shop/restaurant. My only complaint: They run sprinklers in the early a.m. hours and the sides of your rig and all items left out will get extremely wet. Took a good waxing to remove water spots from paint and wheels. I complained that they should adjust sprinklers so as not to spray 1/2 way up the side of the motorhome. Other than that, place was nice.