This is why it is $14. Place is for Long-term people staying by the month. Lots of dogs outside barking and trashy places. Right next to the train track and the freeway so you don't get any sleep. No facility to speak of and restrooms were locked.
Primitive next to the lake with no amenities. Nice fishing and views though but typical of primitive facility with portable toilets and no other real facilities. About 18 miles from Elko, NV though so you can go into town, and only about 10 miles from the store in Spring Creek, NV with restaurant, and small shopping center. Cool if you're wanting a close place to go to the lake!
We got in but not much room here for short-timers! All filled up with mobile homes and monthly people. Gravel isn't good and restrooms are trashed. Does have a nice restaurant and gift shop and is right in town. Very dark at night and scary.
Visited here just to see what it was like. Way out of town, 11 miles. Facility is trashed and no transportation to town. Very old and run-down, but nice view of river and mountains. Large sites and they are secluded because there was no one really there even in the busy summer.
Highly over-rated! They wanted $65 per night to park next to the train. The train rattles the windows all night long and makes the stay miserable. The entrance is treacherous with a hairpin turn going down a steep embankment. Sites are back ins when they advertise big rig friendly, hah! Checked the monthly rate which is $650 per month with a $650 deposit. They aren't in Palm Springs! Crazy.
We didn't have reservations but they got us in off the street anyway even though they were full. Elko is fun at 4th of July because there is the Basque Festival which is quite interesting. Shower room was the cleanest we've seen, nice laundry and store. Front desk help was very nice. Loved the slot lounge and free casino shuttles. We were able to join our friends who had reservations and were staying there so it worked out great!