Yes it is under the flight paths for the airport. No problem. Just turn on your roof AC fan on and use a little sound generator. I prefer the rain sound, being from Oregon. We attended a military reunion at the Red Lion just walking distance down the road. The park was very neat and well designed. Good WiFi also.
What a great place! Everyone is friendly and introduces themselves. At 8 most evenings there was live music in the museum followed by a camp fire. The view across the valley was wonderful with the far mountains about 17 miles away. And talk about quiet: I never even heard a jet overhead. There was almost no traffic on the ranch road out front. There was even security with a deputy sheriff living here. One afternoon, I just went over to the store/office, bought a cold beer for $1.25 and set on the porch in a rocker, reading.
The rate was half price Access card. We came here after two nights at another RV park just up the road. It was quiet, and the stars at night were something to see. The sites were roomy with some small trees.
We stayed here a week. Nice level sites but narrow. Good clean laundry. Huge unfenced area for dogs or just walking behind the park. Minutes to everything but nice and quiet. Lots of quail and a resident roadrunner.
The park is between I-10 and the four lane Main street, but with my little white sound generator, no problem with traffic noise and sleeping at night and the rest of the time outside was never a problem. It's safe, clean and in the heart of everything "Quartsite". Laundry and clothes lines are available and they even have a free RV wash station and site for oil changes!!
This is a great place to stay. The resort is a spot of green with palm trees and even a golf course. The rentals were mostly motel style rooms. There are not many places to live in Death Valley so most of the employees live here and are mingled through out the resort. The roads are paved and employees use golf carts to get around. It was designed to encourage walking, and we felt very safe even at night. Within a short distance were a beautiful, hot spring fed swimming pool, the golf course, Borax museum, and outdoor display of old wagons and equipment, a saloon, store, and restaurants. We only stayed 2 nights but had to move to the park campground due to reservations. The place we moved to is less than a mile down the road and a huge flat graveled area just across the road.
It is located off US 49 about a mile south of it's intersection with Main Street, behind the Best Western. Check in is at the Best Western and the campground is maybe 1/4 mile up the hill and behind trees. This location makes for very tolerable traffic noise. You can walk down to the Burger King, Huddle Restaurant or a Catfish place. Spacious sites under tall pine trees.