As I write this (5:00 AM) there are campers screaming and cussing outside our camper. We have been fulltiming for 2 years now and this is the worst park we have ever been in. At $37.00 a night this place is way over priced. It’s all gravel and weeds, the dumpster was over flowing when we arrived and trash was everywhere. This is not a safe place especially if you have children.
This campground is in Lake Mead National Rec Area. There are no hookups but water is available and there is a dump station. The park is quiet, clean and well maintained. We would come to this park again. It is a great location to visit Hoover Dam and Las Vegas.
Very nice state park. We stayed in the Pecos loop. The sites were large and level with a covered picnic table and nice view of the lake. Verizon cell phone worked well and AT&T air card had five bars with 2G service. We would stay here again.
This park is great for overnight stops. It is just off the highway but the traffic noise was not noticeable. There is a train track behind the park but we never heard the trains blow their horns and the train noise wasn't bad. The staff was very nice and friendly.
This park is a great base for seeing Meteor Crater and Winslow, Arizona. It is well maintained and clean. The only drawbacks we found were that the sewage treatment pump at one end of the park runs all night and continuously hums, and there were only two shower/bathrooms unlocked (out of 6) in both bathhouses. The price we paid was Camp Club USA rate.
This park is right off I-40 and very close to train tracks. This is a good overnight stop but there is a lot of highway and train noise. Staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a Walmart Super Center about 2 miles away and an excellent Chinese Buffet right down the street, ABC Chinese Buffet. There appear to be quite a few people living here but the park was clean and safe. This is the Camp Club USA rate. Wi-Fi worked well.