Easy walk across the border to Los Algodones., Mexico. Next time will dry camp as they have good dump/water station. Tribe has not put a dime in this park for years, and it really shows. Sites are large but price is too high. Dry camping on their land with permit ($15 per year, I think?) and just using the park's dump/water station is better and great views of canal between the casino and Sleepy Hollow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only stayed this place overnight, but I found it exaggeratedly expensive (US$ 50) for only a dusty back-in site although it was full hook-up. This is place might have the advantage to be next to Los Algodones like some reviewers said but we did not go there as our purpose was only to sleep one night on our way to Phoenix. I would have rated 1 except the management was at least nice enough to check us in at 9 pm, but honestly, I wonder whether I should have just parked in a rest area on the freeway instead. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This has got to have been the worst place I have ever stayed. The restrooms and laundry are in much need of repair and filthy. They allow their full time residents total run of the place with no regard to the peace of the short time guests. We stayed a month and left early. The fires from our neighbors were going in our windows, on a very warm day, leaving us to keep everything closed, while their dogs barked nonstop. All in all we will never stay there again. We attempted to get a refund the next day, but were refused. While there we received a notice that they are raising their nightly rates to $50.00, and monthly to $350.00 plus 17 cents per kilowatt. Very nasty place. There are much nicer RV parks a few miles away! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really impressed with this place. Very quiet even though right on the highway. Cost was very reasonable and it was a very short walk to the town of Algadones. Had all night security. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pretty rough roads and dusty, but friendly staff, although not too organized. Stayed two days before we were able to register. Very close, within walking distance of Los Algodones, Mexico which is the big draw here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.