Nice location if you are visiting Virginia City. It is older and evident that slides and larger rigs were not around when built. Good convenience store. Friendly staff. If you have a smaller rig, check it out; larger ones should call first.
Very disappointed. We had been here probably 10+ years ago when it was KOA. Doesn't look like it has had maintenance since. Too bad, great location, trees, etc. Major TLC needed. Looks like mostly year-round folks now.
We stayed here with Coast to Coast, so the rate wasn't too bad. Agree about the "evening breeze" which passes along the septic fumes. Not good. No WiFi, no real beach, except for a mud/swamp type area. No real support facilities. Staff was friendly enough. Next time we go to Quartzsite, we will dry camp at the nicer improved BLM sites.
If you are just passing through, find the WalMart or a truck stop. As mentioned, location is the only positive feature here. They would do well to take out the hookups and use it for bus parking to support the motel. There are better ones in the area, look around.
Nice Oregon State Park camping. Some of the spots can be challenging to get into with a larger 5th wheel, but is quite nice once you get in. Admittedly, the beach is a bit of a walk, just take the nice scenic ride and visit the lighthouse on the way. No complaints, we will be back.
New and very nice, the folks were quite friendly and accommodating. We were close to the clubhouse and our WiFi worked great. Good location. We must have been sleeping well, we did not hear the airplanes, etc. We love McCall and found this to be a nice place to stay.
We found the park staff to be unfriendly/rude. We had prepaid cash for one full week, had an emergency with our pets and had to leave after 4 days, not a penny of refund! We had quite a bit of road noise Will not be going back.
We stayed here only one night. We would have done better "dry camping" in the casino parking lot. Not much to offer, unfriendly staff and acres of asphalt and rigs. We opted to leave and go to Bullhead City, AZ, which is across the river. Unless you enjoy losing $$ on slots and the smoke filled casinos, Laughlin has little appeal. There are better parks out there.
I read where others had spaces that accommodated their big rigs. We must not have been in that section! Our site was all but impossible to get our 34' 5th wheel into. The staff did not assist, our only help were those folks lined up behind us who acted as spotters to avoid the obstacles and other tow vehicles which were in the way. For $77 per night, we expected much more. As mentioned, the beach is a considerable distance away AND is not dog friendly, which necessitated a long walk back with a lab that had her heart on a good swim! Not really much to recommend, especially for the money. Would be tolerable for about one-half the cost or less.
Although not as shady as Davis Creek Park across the valley from this site, this park is quite clean, big rig friendly and a whole lot quieter. Some units have shade structures. We were lucky, Washoe Lake was at the brim and the views were good. Sometimes it is drained and not quite as scenic. Good public facility!
Generally, for a County RV park, this is quite nice. Lots of trees, shade and clean facilities. Given its proximity to Reno, during the weekends, you get a bunch of locals that bring their contractor style generators. Much better during the week. Only a handful of sites are easy access for larger units. It is a challenge to get your unit level. Having been there in the past, it was much nicer for $11 than the $15+, add $ for each pet and $ for an extra vehicle, you might was well go somewhere else with full hookups. Not recommended for large trailers or motor homes. Good family type campground.
Overall, it was a nice park, needs some maintenance performed. Cable is advertised, but did not work in our area. No WiFi, which is becoming more of an issue for us. Nice community center and the staff was friendly enough. A good location away from highway noise and a much better alternative than Laughlin! A little TLC and it could be a 9.
Small park, friendly owners! Excellent base camp if you have an ATV. You can prospect, explore ghost towns, play rockhound, you name it. A couple of convenience stores nearby for fuel and necessities. Good choice for an overnight stay or for several. Looking forward to returning!
We have stayed at this park three or four times. Because of the heavy traffic of dirt bike and ATV riders, it could really use gravel instead of the 4 inches of fine dirt that manages to cover you and your rig. During the last visit, we found the staff to be somewhat rude and not at all helpful. Cell phones do not work there, we needed to make an important phone call, would not allow use of their phone, no change available, were able to put money into a slot machine, cash out, only to find their pay phone did not work. We had to drive 15 miles to the nearest town to acquire a phone. We will not be returning, period!