The Park is located right off of the parking lot for the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, so it is very similar to a parking lot itself except for the addition of some small grassy areas/trees in between some of the sites and two lawn chairs next to each site. Quick access to restaurants, entertainment, shopping, etc. due to proximity to Resort. There is not much space for young children to run around in, but our kids just ran through the large halls in the Resort. The restrooms were very clean and well-kept, and the showers were roomy.
Great for young children! There is a pool, spa, playground equipment, a game room with TV, and more. Although there was a bit of confusion among the staff as to which sites were vacant when we arrived, the staff were helpful and friendly. The Park seemed to be located in an area of the city which is a bit run down, but we felt safe in the park as there were so many families there and the staff were buzzing around in their carts checking on things throughout the day. There are decent, free showers that are not all in perfect shape. There is free internet access via a guest computer in the office. The trees next to each site are mature and provide a nice amount shade.
This RV Park has a great view of the Jackson mountains! The staff are helpful and friendly. Each RV site is next to a grassy area with a tree and picnic table - all other grounds are gravel. The Park is close to downtown Jackson, so you can either take the shuttle bus there or just drive, as the town is very RV friendly. The bathrooms are decent and open 24/7 (with a code), and the showers are hot and free. The Park is quiet and you have access to The Virginian Resort swimming pool.
We arrived after the office was closed and they were all set-up for us. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel spaces and have a grass area/picnic table/tree next to each. The Park is right off of the freeway, which is convenient but you can hear the humming from cars passing by. The bathrooms/shower area was very clean and warm. The Park is alright for young children for a couple of nights since it does have a small area to walk/run around in (with small pond, 2-hole putting green, and horseshoe pit) and it is not busy with RVs driving by your site all the time. There is also a jacuzzi to enjoy and a rare gem of a free and accessible computer with internet in the office.
Model T had friendly staff and very nice facilities (e.g. two separate warm rooms with toilet/shower/sink in each room). The RV area is a cement parking lot, with a small grassy area, tree, and picnic table in between each space. Although children are definitely welcome, it is not ideal for a long stay with young kids if you plan to be at your site a lot, as the grassy area next to your RV is small and the pull-through sites lend to RVs driving by on either side of your site at any time. There is a MacDonalds Play Place in walking distance, but all other parks are a drive. A nice bonus of the RV Park is that there are restaurants and a major grocery store right across the street.
Campground staff was very friendly and check-in was easy. The campground was all dirt and pine needles, and there were many pine trees for shade. The setup of the sites lent well to letting our young children explore a bit, although it was not filled up when we were there. We were in site 33 which was a bit tight, but there are more roomy sites available (obvious from the map on their website). The bathrooms are rustic but clean and bug-free, and the free shower had great water pressure. The walk to Lake Tahoe was less than 10 minutes, but you do need to walk across the 89 freeway (which is not incredibly busy) to get there. The beach area associated with the Camp Richardson Resort is long and sandy with a beautiful view and offers fun water activities for all.