BLM site for the self-contained. Some sites are tent only and others have table, shade, and fire pit. A few are RV only. Toilets are vault type! No showers. Some water faucets but no hookups. Generator quiet hours from 10 pm to 6 am. Closed June, July and August - it is in the 100s after all. It is close to the Red Rock scenic area (1 mile) and close to Vegas; 5 miles to Costco and civilization but is is on the other side of Vegas' western mountains so it is very non-city. No reservations. Good cell reception but it can get windy. We stayed here in a 40' RV which is self-contained so we found it fun. Great base for hikers or serious climbers at the Red Rock area.
We came late and used the late night check-in. Site was tight to get into with a 40' coach with toad. Concrete pad with grass on both sides. Some sites have trees on both sides, some have only on one. I was able to park coach with car attached. Clean facility, but many of the spaces seemed crowded. It was quiet at night. Just used it for an overnight stay en route south on I-15.
Pull through sites with FHU. Cell worked with antenna and amplifier; otherwise not at sites. Wi-Fi available at general store but didn't try. Inside Grand Tetons NP. Sites shaded with picnic tables. No fires allowed; BBQ use is OK. Can't leave food or BBQ out (bears will be attracted) but we never saw any. Did see signs of bears nearby at Jenny Lake. Breathtaking scenery with lakes and mountains at Grand Tetons NP. Not as much wildlife as Yellowstone, but mountains are much more impressive. Sites shaded but could get satellite TV. Sites are gravel and may be a challenge for some to level, but we had no problem. Site will accommodate 45' rig with 4 sides and 3 vehicles. Well equipped general store, like upscale supermarket. Restaurant nearby but didn't try it. Staff informative and friendly. Would stay here again
This is in the middle of Yellowstone NP. It does not have any cell, Internet, or TV access. If you want those, stay in West Yellowstone, drive 50 miles, and pay the $25 daily entrance fee to the park. Sites are close, 40' is the max size, tag axle vehicles won't fit and aren't allowed to stay. Tires must fit on the pavement. No fires allowed (even when wet outside) and can't leave any BBQ out (bears are attracted to food - we're guests, they're permanent residents). Sites are small and season is short - it snowed on Memorial Day. There was room to park 2 cars next to the coach but it was a tight fit. Yellowstone NP is big on maintaining its pristine state; no biomass in, no biomass out. Unbelievable scenery and animal viewing; saw antelope, bears, wolves, elk, bald eagles, etc. This is a big park; drive 50 miles one way to see wolves, or geysers (opposite directions) but sites you'll not see elsewhere. Could get TV and Internet with roof mounted dishes but cell antenna and amplifier didn't work. Limited cell reception in park and no Wi-Fi in park. Hopefully it will stay that way. Xanterra has tours in restored vehicles from the 30's, and the restaurants are similar to the original and have dishes like bison and huckleberry ice cream. Closest restaurants are at Lake Village - 4 miles away. General store and fuel 1/2 mile away. 2 showers per site per day for free, but we didn't use them; pay for more than 2 per day. Staff was friendly, and there are trash recycle bins, bear-proof dumpsters at entrance. We'll stay here again.
Very clean park on north end of Pahrump, staff escorted us to the site. Site had a private gazebo with large gas grill, in secluded spot behind RV that was landscaped so as to not see other MH’s. Park is very nicely landscaped. Fitness center, separate (men and women) hot tub, steam and sauna plus co-ed fitness room. Massage room on site but didn’t check to see about massage time. Outdoor pools (one with waterfall) and hot tub plus onsite restaurant, bar and bowling alley (6 lanes). Great site for adults, but more for kids to do at T’s. This was an adult’s only stay so that was perfect. Nicely shaded sites and pool ares. Water pressure VERY high (120 PSI) so be sure you have a pressure regulator. Power is good and pad is concrete. Front gate is locked at 10 pm for card access only.
Staff was very accommodating to a late night arrival (midnight). They had a lockbox with reservation information and keycards waiting for us. Site was a pull through, large enough for MH but not with car attached (45’ OK, but not 65’). Very scenic grounds and site, great amenities including heated pool and hot tubs, available at all hours. Well maintained and nicely groomed, paved roads and concrete pads. Water pressure at 40 PSI but good power. Would recommend this place to anything in Denver, it is worth pushing west to stay here.
They were very accommodating for our late arrival (about midnight). They had the reservation information on the front door. The site we had was large enough for our MH and car (60’) but required sewer extension by pulling into the front of the site. Didn’t use cable TV or Wi-Fi as we are self-contained. Good water pressure and power. Very friendly staff, easy check-in and out, easy access from freeway. Fast to respond to email for reservation, whereas the other local park didn’t reply to request. Used this site as an overnight stop over.
We stayed here in a motor coach and also rented a trailer for relatives. The site was next to the beach. There was a reasonable amount of space between units and the security was good: guards or key card access. Quiet setting.
This location has clean, well marked, entrance and sites with a very friendly and helpful staff. The check-in person was very helpful with options and activities. The office is open until 8 pm. RV site has option to use pool, hot tub and exercise room and adjacent hotel (with key cards). Good water pressure (> 60 PSI), power 122 VAC, cable was not full strength to give a great picture, but no problem with satellite. Small store located at the check-in point. The train is just south of the campground (what in Williams isn’t near the trains), and there is a train that goes to the Grand Canyon, with a package rate with the campground. Used the Camp Club rate.
Back-in sites, very limited 50 amp with sewer, most are 30 amp with water, no sewer. Extra $10 for online reservation (plus $10 for site and $8 for 50 amp with sewer). Very large site, with covered picnic table and space for a tent. Tight for 14' wide (with slideouts) 40' foot long RV. Anything longer won't fit and larger popouts would hit trees. Sewer at back of site, so be sure you have enough sewer hose. Water pressure at 70+ PSI, power at 123 volts. Very nice views, wooded area, playground and bathrooms nearby.
Well maintained site, concrete pad and patio, full hookup (50 amp) grass around site and trees. Some sites block satellite. Many long term visitors (> 30 days, snowbirds?). Sites with small lake, paved loop, and back-in sites. Did not visit casino or use other amenities.
Sites not on pavement, only pavement is a small perimeter loop. Level site and clean. No cell or internet service available. Cell service is limited in the whole park, suggest getting a satellite phone or internet if it’s really important. Only 30 amps: first time using less that 50 so we had to learn how to manage power. (Can't run 2 a/c units with hairdryer and convection oven). I had to use the system Eddie Albert used with Eva Gabor in Green Acres and put number values on devices. Good water pressure and supply voltage. Sites are first come, first served; we also rented 3 rooms at the motel across street. Gas and C-store next to site, fuel is VERY expensive, but you are in Death Valley and it’s a long walk to civilization. Remember to fill up before entering the park. Only propane fires allowed in park: no charcoal or open pits. Additional sites (RV and tent) next to these sites, but no services.
Open air site, no paved roads or sites, but level and clean. It doesn’t rain much in the desert. Close to Death Valley, casino on site, along with restaurant (not 24 hour). There were flies, as there are animals on site (cow and a couple of goats) which were great for kids to see. Power and water adequate, 50 amp and 50 PSI.