Old park. Small. Pull thrus were wide. A lot of old run-down travel trailers permanently parked--I guess they can be rented but they make the park look awful. Wi-Fi was slow. Dusty road down the side of park with a lot of big rigs stirring up dust. $25 for 30 amp; $30 for 50 amp. For the price, a good park.
Not all pull-thru spaces have sewer hook-ups, yet you pay the same price. Ours didn't have sewer, and it was tight getting into the spot. Very close to each other. Grass sites. The dump station is awkward, far off the lane and back-in. Was told to enjoy the All-You-Can-Eat pancake breakfast as if it was either included in the HIGH rent or was inexpensive. Pancakes $1 each, sausages $3, bacon $3, eggs $3, coffee $2!!! Not exactly all-you-can-eat--more like "eat what you can afford"! Difficulty in getting onto Wi-Fi; SLOW Wi-Fi in the evening. Otherwise, the facility was clean and quiet. No road noise.
We were the only coach in the park! Sadly, this promising luxury RV park is in bankruptcy, but still open. It sits behind a new regional hospital. Free Wi-Fi but will need an antenna booster, or take laptop to the clubhouse. We used a Wi-Fi booster in our coach and got online with excellent signal strength. Fitness facilities, indoor and outdoor meeting and lounge areas, a bocce ball court, putting green, and laundry and shower facilities. Water fountains with grassy areas there, but no grass at sites. Paved streets and fine-gravel sites. The clubhouse has a pool table, air hockey table, ping-pong, big screen TV with luxurious leather recliners - the whole park is brand new and well-maintained. Very nice park hosts live on-site. Fantastic views of the casinos and lights of Mesquite. Very close to shopping at a new center.
If I'm ever back in historic Old West Buffalo, WY, I'll be staying here again! Beautiful large trees, very shady, lots of grass, nice managers, store inside office sells local jellies, hot sauces, pottery, as well as some groceries and RV supplies, snacks an drinks. Big sink outside of office for washing dishes, cleaning fish, cleaning BBQ grates, etc. They have an ice cream social in the evenings. Quiet. Good Wi-Fi.
The first pull-through wouldn't allow our slide-out so we asked for another site. The row we were on was far away from the pet playpen areas even though they knew we had two small dogs. No grass or trees at RV sites. Very stark and unwelcoming. All gravel. Laundry room was clean but cost $17 for 4 loads of laundry (wash/dry)! $2.50 per machine. A few of the washers ate money or short-changed the time of wash. Several of the dryers cost 50 cents for 8 minutes but you don't know until you deposit coins (that don't have returns)! I suggest you NOT use this laundry room. The game room was locked. Pets are not welcome in any area of park except designated playpens which were at the far end of the park in the tent areas. Staff too busy with their business to be helpful with visitors. Slow Wi-Fi. I gave up trying to use the Internet.
Each person over 2 per site is charged an extra $2. We had to pay an extra $1 for cable TV. It's a Good Sam Park so we got a 10% discount. The park is on a busy 4-lane city street (a little noisy but not bad), however, once inside the park it is filled with large mature trees that shade all the sites and buffer a lot of the street noise. We stayed 2 nights. Grassy sites. A lot of people live permanently in this park. It has a trailer park feel. The manager was very nice and helpful. KMart is next door, as are dozens of other stores and restaurants. Wi-Fi was slow at peak hours. (6-9 pm)