I agree with the other comments, no sense in repeating. The work camper staff are quite friendly and helpful. They only allow one Passport America night, we used Good Sam discount for subsequent nights. It should be noted that there was an "electric surcharge" of $2 or $3 per night (can't remember which) under the Passport America rate of $15. Not a real big deal. They should take the lead with other parks and provide free WiFi, instead of charging by the day. We would come back if passing through the area.
Staff/owner very unfriendly. Location of hookups require extensions for water and/or electric. Circuits always popping off. Not well kept up. Alledged wifi worked for about 5 minutes during 3 day stay. No cable tv or even on-air channels available.
I am in total agreement with the last review, except for the fact that now MOST of this nicer sites are out of commission! My guess is that it will be bulldozed to build new condos! That would explain the totally inadequate signage. Would not even consider staying here again.
Nice staff, nice park and a welcome relief from the RV Parks in Reno. Well worth the 30 mile drive if you feel you MUST go to Reno! New casino in the area, Hwy 50 has had improvements, along with a "sound wall" for the park! Quiet and nice. Will come again when passing through.
My husband and I thought we would give this place another chance. We do like the location and the park has potential. The dirt and electrical are still issues. Very Hot at triple digits and your a/c keeps popping off. The workers still need to try to have some sense of customer service. Maybe if we were able to come during the week there may be less MX riders, dirt and noise.
I would call this a "mobile" Mobile Home Park. I would venture a guess that 75% of the folks are Lake Tahoe workers seeking cheap accommodations. I don't really care for Rottweilers, but the have dozen or so seemed somewhat sedate. OK for a one nighter!
Don't know the rate, we were passing through. I wonder if we pulled into the same "park" as the last reviewer??? Ours was full of permanent residents, loose and nasty rottweilers and void of anyone that would assist us. We stayed at the Desert Rose, up the road...no comparison.
Not sure of the rate, we drove in and then out. Saw other folks sweltering because of lack of A/C. Too much load on their system. Better off at WalMart! Don't care for casinos, we were just heading home!
We live locally and had friends in town. They enjoy going to the casinos, we don't, so we parked our rig at this location for the weekend. They ended up calling in the evening to come stay at the house. Loud residents/vagrants roaming around, sirens -noise. Next time I will leave the rig docked in my back yard!
This is a members only park which is affiliated with Coast to Coast, AOR and Resorts of Distinction. I understand that they will no longer be C2C. Nice shady location. Roads in and out are in dire need of grading. The sites need it also; difficult, if not impossible to find a level spot. Not designed well for larger rigs, only 4 pull throughs available. They have a pool and hot tub, because of the cleanliness, it did not appear inviting. Many children enjoying themselves. If you have a tent-trailer and children, you will love it!
We had stayed here a couple of times before when it was a KOA. As poor as it was then, it is actually worse now! Keep on driving and just stay in the Sparks Nugget RV lot for free. The place was run down, very uniformed and non-caring staff.
Not much to offer, old and looking pretty well worn. Next time I'm passing through Reno, I think I will drive on by and try something else. We would have been doing as well as parking next to their numerous big-rigs for free!
The location, at first glance, seems nice. After spending a night there, one finds that the little park adjacent to the rv park is home to bums, not a nice place for an evening walk along the river! The city of Reno should patrol this area better. It's especially bad if you have children. I don't mind train noise, it can be nostalgic; but, the Jet Noise is VERY bad, don't expect to get much sleep. There is a casino nearby, Baldini's, but I suspect that the city park residents are also "patrons" of the casino. Not a nice place. Also, $42 is a tad bit steep - it is not even Memorial Day yet!
Looks nice at first, but it is a real challenge manuvering a moderate to large rig around within the park. Tow vehicles are parked in the way, which adds difficulty to an already poor layout. The park was clean, restaurants nearby. If I had a smaller rig, I might think about coming back.
Very nice park. Owners are the managers. They were friendly and maintain the property well. There are grassy areas ajoining the sites, most are pull throughs. Ample room for slides. Spacing between sites is better than many parks. We would stay again.
As noted by others, it is really dusty and dirty. We had stayed here once before during a holiday period and everyone's a/c shut down because of low voltage. Was not a problem this time, didn't need a/c. The owners/staff at this place could use customer service training. Gravel would be nice!