Two small closed signs on fence. A man met me at the gate and stated the Park is closed, as the owner is out of the country. "Poor" rating is because I was unable to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here on our way to California. RV Park is off the highway, 6 or 7 miles of which about a 1/4 mile is dirt road. Easy to travel. If you want a quiet night's sleep, this is for you. I enjoyed our stay as it's in the desert. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was adequate for the over night stay that we needed. It was quite and the pond was clean and the ducks were happy. We parked at site #16 in the shade and we slept well. If we were in the area, we would stay again. Definitely not a destination spot. Our price reflects a Passport America Membership. We were not charged a pet fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A small and friendly park. They charge for Wi-Fi and you may need it because cell-phone/air card signals were low (Verizon was "National Access"). The lake was pretty and the ducks were fun to watch. A good stopping point near I-40. The road around the lake is narrow with trees on one side; newly planted trees on the other. When the new trees are larger, it may cause problems with branches scratching the RVs. The restrooms were fairly clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a weird, funky place. Well off the highway and down a washboard dirt road. The so called lakes are mud holes, and one is dry. Place is all dirt and pretty grungy. They only take cash, no reservations, $1 extra for a pet. The $17 reflects Passport America rate, normal rate is $32 plus pet fee, an outrageous, absurd, ridiculous amount. In fact, $17 seemed high for this place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped to kill some time on the way to Vegas. This park is cut out of the desert and is rustic but comfortable and quiet. It is about 6 miles off the highway. The owner is making improvements to her park. About a year from now you will need to call to see if she can accommodate you if a solar facility is under construction in the area. For now you should be able to just drive in. Payment is by cash or check. Remember that this is desert area so dust is part of the equation; mainly on the RV driving in. We would most likely return here. This is a very good place to check the winds going east to Vegas to see if they are favorable for travel. The winds can become very strong headwinds and you have 2 very long grades that cause vehicles to overheat so added wind compounds your travel concerns. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The nightly rate posted is Passport America. Regular price is $32. This park in out in the country and is very quiet and peaceful. Little lake has some ducks for your entertainment! 50 amp, low water pressure 20 lbs. (Well water on pump.) The ground is fine sand. Some sites have old wooden picnic tables. Looks like they are trying to do work on stuff to make it nicer. Wouldn't want to be here with a chance of rain! Owner lady is very nice and friendly. Cash only: no credit cards. Good cell and air card reception. Just an overnight worth the $16. I would be disappointed at $32!! Hard to find a really good park in this area. Dump station on premise. Manual antenna picked up about 8 TV stations, still on analog, have to point antenna toward the mountains. We managed OK in this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.