We planned to stay here two nights but decided to stay three months. This park is new and a work in progress. Paved roads, packed level gravel sites with night light, and well placed utilities. There are lots of new trees planted but no shade yet. The married couple camp ground hosts are the managers and are available 24 hours a day. You won't find nicer or more helpful people. The park is surprisingly very quiet and secure because of an arrangement for local police to patrol it at night. It has the convenience of being next to an all purpose grocery store with a bakery, pharmacy, liquor and deli sales. Within a block there are restaurants, fast food places, gas stations, and casinos nearby. Wi-Fi Internet service was very good with several antennas throughout the park. Restrooms/showers were always clean as was the laundry room with large washer and dryers. There is no pool but a mile away is the Mesquite Recreation and Senior Center with indoor and outdoor pools and other exercising facilities We will stay here again and recommend it to anyone. The nightly cost is based on the monthly fee.
This is a great place to camp on the waterfront. Mostly gravel with great view and fishing access. It cost $25.00 for electric/water hookups if you use them or not, and $12.00 for dry camping, first come first served basis. Sites are pretty close together but with room for slide outs. Showers are available at the boat harbor a short walk away. Free dump station across the street, easy walking to town and boat harbor. Gets pretty windy at times.
This campground is one of the best in the state, and it seems they are always upgrading it. Golden Eagle Passport is honored so we paid only $6.50 per night. All comments by the previous entrant are still valid except the whole campground is now available for reservations through the USFS Internet system, yet you can still find first come first served vacancies most anytime during the week. Views are spectacular, lots of places to hike to, and streams adjacent to grounds. You can buy firewood from the camp host