This park cares about one thing and one thing only. MONEY. They decided that they could split their full hookups into two sites and double their money during the busy Quartzsite RV and Gem Show. Sites were so tight that some campers could not use both slides. Sewers were jury rigged and leaked. Smell was unbelievable. Noise from nearby Interstate 10 was loud. There are no restrooms or showers. This was the worse campground we have ever stayed at. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just returned after a three night stay with a full hookup site at this park. People at the gate very friendly and helpful. Topped off propane tank at 2.75 a gallon! Low water pressure in the park. Very quiet place, good location to use your UTV to shop at Tyson Wells. It was OK for the money. They charge $5 for water fill and $15 to dump if you dry camp so I guess full hook ups at $30 is not bad. We had a nice campfire every night as it was very, very cold. If you are planning a trip for the shows in January this is not a bad place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very large gravel area, mostly $7/night dry camping, with room for hundreds of dry campers. There are 16 30-amp full hookup sites and eight 50-amp full hookup sites. The hookups are all behind the rigs (they park tail-to-tail), so bring a long sewer hose. No restrooms, showers, or Wi-Fi. Water pressure was so low that we filled our tank and used our water pump, and we were virtually the only customers in the park. They have about 10 new water-fill stations and a half dozen new dump stations. There is a fee for both. Since we had a full hookup site, we didn't use them. The only reason we stayed there was that we had been dry camping for several days and wanted a night of full hookups before moving on. It served that purpose. We camped here in a Motorhome.