The roads are paved, and sites were well graveled. The road to the upper RV sites is not marked. There is a camp map at the entrance. Follow the road up the steep slope to get to the RV sites. The long pull-through sites and several other sites have the fire pit in the middle of the site pad. To not have the fire pit right next to your RV means parking your RV at one end or the other. Also, if you have a neighbor, their fire pit could be right next to your RV. This is a no-generator camp, yet we had generators running a number of times. One night at 8:30 PM we told the camp host that a generator was running. There are great views from camp.
The park roads are paved, site pads are well graveled, and dust was minimal. There are utility sinks near restrooms. There are no paths to restrooms between camp sites. One either walked the road to the restroom, or walked through sites. The dump station at north side of camp, and two dump stations less than a mile away. It is an easy walk across road to Furnace Creek Resort. Generator hours are 7AM - 9 PM. Many inconsiderate campers run their generators for hours, even though air conditioning was not needed. We attended the 49er Days.
Clean, well maintained park. I have stayed here before and am given the gravel pad sites. Hook-ups are mid-site, with water in front, electric, then sewer. 5 newer washers and dryers. Safeway is an easy walk from here.
Only one other RVer here. Noise from truck traffic on highway 95. Driving south on 95, there is no left turn lane. I kept track of the miles from Schurz, 15 miles, and made sure no traffic was in back of me. Several good areas for passing driving south, to let big rigs by so that when slowing down for left turn, there shouldn't be any traffic behind your RV. Vault toilet and dumpster. Lots of ducks on Walker lake. Nice views. At turn-around, there is a rock fire pit there, though a big rig can drive around the fire pit. Not a good place for a bunch of boulders, when there are numerous other areas for fires. Would be easier big-rig turn-around without boulders there. Free
Quiet park, no highway noise. Hook-ups are mid-site, with the sewer hook-up first, then electric, then water. Two deciduous trees between each site. Private shower rooms with toilet and sink. Showers have a very nice adjustable shower head. Laundry across from showers. $1.00 for washers. The same building has a club room. A clothesline and clothespins are available. Friendly and helpful manager.
Entrance to park is paved, RV loop and sites are gravel. The gravel layer is deep and eliminates dirt. The registration parking is on a slope. I did not feel comfortable parking on the slope, and continued driving around the corner where the road was level. There are 5 individual shower/sink/ toilet rooms, with laundry and club room located centrally. A nice shaded patio is outside the club room. The garbage bin is located by the office. It is fenced in and not visible. That keeps the ugly trash out of site, and the trash smell away from the RV sites. Recycle bins are by the garbage. Propane is available. Nice store and gift shop. Laundry was 24 hours. Beautiful landscaping, with nice selection of trees and shrubs. Gorgeous views all directions. I stayed with a group of 20 RV's.
Nice park, easy access to downtown Reno. At entrance to park, the pavement has a rise, with a low-clearance RV, the entrance needs to be taken slow to not drag. Most sites have 2 trees and shrubs between sites. The sites do not seem any closer together than other RV parks. The corners can be tight, but my 55' of truck and trailer did fine, just watch the mirrors. I could stay hooked-up, so my site was at least 55'. All hook-ups are in the middle of the site. There are signs of family, but I haven't seen any children playing. All the long-term residents have clean sites. Laundry is 24 hours. The park is between Highway 395 and Reno's main street, but the hills block much of the traffic noise.
At store, before entering camp loops, the camp road is not visible ahead. I found signs confusing, especially having a big rig. The sign at the store has a right turn to Manzanita Lake and cabins, but no sign to camp at that point. The camp sign is back several feet, and does not indicate where to go, which is straight up past the store. The pull-through sites are limited with big-rigs. I backed into pull-through site 45B, because the trees made a tight curve in the middle of the site. My RV is 10' high, and there was a dead branch scratching my solar panels. The pull-through sites have issues with branches, low hanging limbs, trees making the curve tight. Don't go by the length alone, because many sites are long. Threaded spigots throughout camp. Camp road and site pads are paved.
Directions to park need updated. From Highway 101 in town, north or south, take R St, which turns into Myrtle Ave. Follow Myrtle Ave. to Hall St., turn right. Hall Ave. turns into Harris St. From the fairgrounds, the left turn from Hall onto Myrtle Ave is a busy intersection, with limited views up and down Myrtle Ave. If following directions, Harrison Ave. is a busy hospital street. Sites are off Main paved fairgrounds road. Most sites are on dirt with limited gravel. My site had trash. Water spigots are almost at ground level. Water and electric are placed towards back of site. Sewer hook-ups are towards the front of site, otherwise trailer could be backed up further. Host on site. Trash disposal by restrooms and showers. My last two visits here the park has had permanent residents. Across from me is a large group with a messy site, lots of traffic. I would stay here again. The most convenient place to stay in Eureka, with no highway noise, even though Harris Ave. traffic can be heavy.
There are two upper loops. The loop on the right has several sites that will fit my 31' trailer. The lower loops are for RVs under 24'. I had to drive around the large loop twice, and it is not designed as a drive around loop. I had to drive back and forward several times to get around one corner. It is a meadow setting, so no rocks or trees to hamper backing into site. Good south sun for solar panels. Camp road is paved. Nice showers and restrooms, fairly new. Very quiet, no highway noise.
Nice two-lane paved road to camp. Camp road gravel. Many sites in grass meadow, with no site pad, so an RV may park any direction. One water spigot for camp, with threaded connection. 2 Universal access toilets in camp, both have two vault toilets, with solar lights. Each site has picnic table, fire ring. Edson Creek is in back of camp with easy access. Creek is not visible through trees. Sixes River day use is next to camp, with deep water pools. My MiFi worked here. Easy to move a big rig through camp. Camp is hosted. Camp is surrounded by trees, but is fairly sunny.
Pull-Through sites are 55 feet maximum length. They are straight, not angled, needing a wide turn. A field can take any size RV. Sewer hook-up is at back of site. Water and electric are a third of the way down from the back. Showers had very nice strong pressure. Washers were super capacity top loaders. No change machine. Wonderful views of surrounding mountains.