Sites are VERY tight. Streets are narrow, and palm trees separating sites make backing or pull through sites difficult to get in and out of with a 30' trailer. If windy, sand storms can kick up. After a morning of sand storm activity, we had 1/2 an inch of sand/dirt caked on our truck/trailer. Our shore plug post arced when plugging in, so the maintenance man came (within five minutes!) to fix it, and we were good to go. At the back in sites, we couldn't use as our electric plug cord wasn't long enough to plug into the shore plug (which is located at the back of the sites). Pull through sites have the shore plug set up on the side of the sites. Due to freight train traffic and I-10 noise, it's best to try and get a site as far north in the campground as possible. If you choose a site close to the freeway, it's definitely noisy. Because of the above, we rated this park an "8". Otherwise nice park with very active residents/campers (daily activities). Newly remodeled bathrooms with great water pressure in showers (so we just used their bathrooms). Very friendly staff! Close to shopping. We used our Verizon smartphone 'hotspot' for wi-fi, and had no problems staying online.
We stayed here once before without kids. This time we had our grandkids with us. There is no playground for kids, but we spent most of our time doing the free activities on the strip. (Mirage volcano; light/water show Belagio; Fremont Experience; etc). The ranger gave us a paper that told us about most of the free things to do in LV. We used the pool everyday. The pool is clean and maintained. There are "noodles" for use and also a bbq. We bbq'ed hamburgers at the pool a couple of times! It was fun to play "pool" in the clubhouse. The clubhouse is pretty small, but has a TV, pool table, and games. It is attached to a small camp ground store. There is a Super Wal-Mart about a mile and half away. This is a Thousand Trails membership park so our rate was free. We will stay here again!
We stayed here for a week and paid $200 which included the tax. Although it's an adult only (55 or older) park, kids are allowed to be here for short periods. Our grandkids stayed with us one night before heading to a church camp for the week at Hume Lake. They happily played with us in the well maintained pool. As others mentioned, this is a mobile home park with about 32 pads available to overnighters/RV's. Very manicured park; level cement pads; and green lawn at each site. Additionally, the staff were extremely friendly and welcoming to us. We will definitely stay here again if in the area! (In this area, there are very few RV parks and the price is very reasonable.)
Membership campground. Very pleased with our first time here. Friendly staff: just about all of them have little cookies for the owner's dogs too! Grounds and facilities well maintained. Dirt/gravel sites but also has grassy areas. Close to Super Wal-Mart and shopping. Activity center with pool table, TV, kitchenette area, and little store. Pool has cabana's and a propane bbq for member use. We had a guest come by to visit us and there was no charge for her to drive in for the day. We will definitely return here! We know our grandkids would be happy here to.
We really liked this park. Although sites are terraced, and the drive can be steep with sharp turns to get to the site, it was do-able. I-70 runs below the cg, but the traffic noise was not loud. We bbq'ed on the cement table, or sat and watched the sunset and could still hear our radio (outside speakers) without problems. You could hear the train, but again, down past the highway and across the river. From our site we could see the Colorado River. During Sept the colors are changing on the tree's and the view of the trees and red-rock were beautiful during the day. Our site had shade. Very close to town and sightseeing. We stayed 3 nights. One thing, if you use personal "mi-fi", place your device on the north side of your RV for best reception. Very friendly staff, knowledgable about area (helped us to know where to bicycle along the Colorado, etc.), and showed us to our site. I would stay here again.
Pluses include: Quiet; very convenient to tourist attractions including Buffalo Bill museum/grave, railroad museum, Renewable Energy museum, beer brewery's. So if you are coming just to tour, this is a great overnight spot for a few nights. If you want to camp maybe not. Cons: Park has very narrow sites: maybe 2'-3' to bbq if you park right next to driver side connect. There is no one to check you in on Sunday. (We had reservations, but no "checked in" envelope awaiting us, had to guess what site to park in.) There is no pool; minimal parking and if your RV or toad doesn't fit in your site, you must use over-flow parking. Navigation didn't take us here so verify directions from interstate 70 prior to arrival. The good news is if you are traveling through and just need a quick overnight, the Wheatfield Wal-Mart allows overnight parking for free.
This is a membership campground. Thus the price of $10. No sewer hook-ups. No Wi-Fi (even in clubhouse). Pool was filthy and doesn't appear to have been used in summer. Minimal activities for a membership resort. Maintenance very minimal... watch the trees as non-maintained limbs could take out side or top structures of your RV. Shower... took a few minutes for water to flow hot after sputtering out some nasty yellowish water! Signs leading to resort are none existent but our navigation was accurate to CG. Minimal phone reception depending on company (our Verizon did OK). If in need of a quick overnight stay, the local Wal-Mart is free along interstate 80 in Omaha!