This campground is a find! There are lots of shade trees, it is clean, the staff is friendly and the best part is that the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad runs right through the park and offers great photo opportunities. We had a little trouble getting the trailer level but the site is large enough to have a picnic table and room for our chairs. You are a bit close to the slides of the trailer on the driver side once you are in: so what. This is a great place to relax and it's close to town for shopping, sightseeing, etc. Plus there is a trolley that comes by every 20 minutes that you can take into town and back. We stayed here two nights.
This little park is a gem. It was clean, quiet and the staff was friendly and helpful. You are escorted to your site, it was easy to level the trailer and the dog park is large and clean. The park is all gravel but it is packed and allows for easy walking for you and your pet. There is mini-golf right on-site and easy access to shopping. It is a bit difficult to find so that is the only reason I didn't give it a ten. We stayed two nights.
To call this a Resort is pushing it. It might have been at one time but is very run down. There is no sewer hookup and the water pressure was poor. There is traffic noise from the highway. The site was a pull through and was easy to access with our 35' fifth wheel and fairly level. There is no television but they do have some movies you can rent at the office. I don't know about the Wi-Fi as we have an air card for our internet. The air card worked very well and cell phone reception was good. This is a park that you would stay at only if you were ready to stop for the night as we were and couldn't find anything else. The one positive was the view. It was beautiful and the Colorado River is a short walk from the park. We spent one night.
We spent one night here only because we did not want to drive any further. The pay is on the honor system as you just deposit it in a post. There was no one there to help and it looked like most sites were full time occupants. It was quiet. My husband used the shower and told me it was dirty. I would not recommend it unless it is just a stop for one night.
This is a very old park with a motel included. The sites were shady and graveled with some grass and a picnic table. We were able to get our 35' fifth wheel in as the sites are pull throughs. For thirty dollars it does not offer much more than a place to park for the night with hook ups. The sewer plugged up when we attempted to empty our tanks. We did not know how close we were to Great Basin National Park campgrounds or we would not have stayed.
With our Good Sam discount we paid $24 for a first rate park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are wide and each has grass. There are several grass areas in the park and the view is spectacular. We had no trouble at all getting our 35' fifth wheel in one of the pull through sites. There is some highway noise but not enough to distract from the rest of the enjoyment of the night we spent here. We camped one night on our way to Capitol Reef.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed in. With our Golden Age pass it was $3.00 per night and what a bargain. We had no trouble getting our 35' fifth wheel in and chose a back in site with the stream right in our "backyard", there are several pull through sites available also. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit and the sites are nicely spaced apart. It was quiet and peaceful. We got there about noon and the campground was full by 3:00.
This is a typical Nevada small town park with trees and some grass, however, it is rustic (no cable or internet). The owners are friendly, very helpful and accommodating. The spring fed hot baths are delightful and the high point of our stay. Each bath is private, with dressing room and pool. Be sure to take shower shoes as the stairs and pool bottom are hard on the feet (the pool bottoms are natural rock and sand). The water is pristine, has no mineral smell and does not dry out your skin. The park is pet friendly but be aware that a coyote walked right through by the back of our trailer so watch your pets. There are lovely views, the sites are pull through and large but the roads and sites are dirt. We stayed two nights in a fifth wheel and will stay again when traveling this way. If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place.
We found this park to be outstanding, the only reason I didn't give it the highest rating is the spa is small and there is no shade due to the newness of the park and no mature trees. The staff was very friendly and helpful at check-in, the roads are wide, and the pull through sites are easy to get into. Each pull through has a small cement patio and grass. The park was clean and well maintained. There are some permanent sites along the outside of the park. You will hear the sound of a train going by occasionally but it did not disrupt our enjoyment of the park. We will stay there again when going through Elko.
We camped here for two nights with friends who are mountain bikers. That would be the only reason we would ever camp here again. You share hook-ups: one 50amp one 30 amp. Office will supply you with an adapter if requested. Once our slides were out we were within inches of the rig next to us. The grounds were not very clean and the mosquito's were terrible. The laundry room was a joke with only two washers and two dryers and expensive. OK for one night if you have lots of bug spray with you.
We are full-time R.V. residents and are currently living at Silver City RV Resort as my husband works nearby. We have lived here for 6 months now and have been completely happy with the services. The staff are quick to respond to any problem and very helpful. This park is very pet friendly with three dog parks that provide waste removal bags at each site. The clerks will hand out "treats" for your pet if requested. The pool and spa are kept clean and orderly and there are "Adult Only" hours posted and enforced at the pool/spa. There is an on-site Beauty Shop, a nice convenience store, a small Casino, a lovely large community room w/fireplace and kitchen for residents use and a catch/release fishing pond, putting green and walking area with trees and grass. The only reason I couldn't give this park the highest rating is the lack of mature trees to provide shade during the hot summer months. We will continue to live here until we retire in two years and will stay here whenever we are in the Carson City area.
This park is well maintained with lots of shade trees and grass at each site. Very pet friendly. There are many good restaurants and shopping nearby. Our only complaint was that there are no "Adult Only" hours at the pool/spa area. Even though it was posted that children are not allowed in the spa we found that was not enforced. We were unable to enjoy a quiet soak in the spa, which we were looking forward to.