Another great state park. The park is 50 miles north west of Las Vegas. Take I-15 North to Exit 75. If you need supplies make sure to stop at the Moapa Band's of Paiutes Travel Stop. There are no supplies available for purchase at the park. Found out the hard way! On to the park. They have both tent camping and RV sites. The RV sites (20 in total with 2 set aside for handicap access) have electric and water hook-ups. There is a dump station just outside the entrance to Atlatl Campground. That is the campground with the RV sites. Sites were very spacious with a ramada and picnic table. Bathrooms were very nice, looked to be almost new. Showers are pay showers so bring some quarters. The park covers 35,000 acres and is absolutely awe inspiring. The red rock seems to glow a dark red at sunset. The visitor center has construction going on but it's still open and has some neat stuff to see. The scorpion suckers are supposedly very popular!
Did this park after Big Bend of the Colorado SP. Kind of let down but in a good way. This is your basic campground, no frills, surrounded by nature. Park is about 12 miles east of Pioche on Hwy 323. Peaceful is the word I would use to describe my visit. This is an older park and it's facilities show it. They are maintained well but show their age. There were no hook-ups so I had to run my generator. Quiet hours are 10pm to 7am so if you can't live without watching TV after 10pm this is not the park for you. If you want to get away and enjoy the silence and solitude of nature this is the place to go.
What a wonderful park! Brand new RV sites right on the Colorado River. Park and facilities were well maintained. Located just 5 miles south of the Laughlin casinos. I will have to go back in the summer when there is more activity on the river. They even have a boat launch.