A little tight maneuvering for larger vehicles, overall very nice experience. Keep in mind that you must gain access to the National Park within which this park is located. That cost is above the daily rate. If parking on the row nearest Lake Mead, you must perform a 3 point turn at the end of the row and return the way you entered. The corner at the end of the row is very tight, narrow, and has untrimmed bushes which impede the roadway. Sites are fairly level. Utilities are good. Do not drive your larger RV into Boulder City, as road construction is extensive. Roads can be extremely rough. Will stay here again.
Easy access from I-5. VERY nice park. Truly outstanding RV park with riverfront spaces, fountain spaces, and excellent amenities. Pool is great. Absolutely one of the nicest places to stay in the area. Will certainly stay here again.
A nice park with some big rig gotchas. First, if approaching from the south, DO NOT follow GPS directions as it will route you over two roads unsuitable for any larger vehicle, or anything without an engine or exhaust brake. Hwy 49 and Old Priest's Grade are the names of these roads. Fortunately we didn't follow the GPS, and later drove in our Jeep over these challenging roads. Once through Groveland, if you miss the turnoff for Old Hwy 120, you should turn around and use the first entrance for Old 120 particularly for anything larger than a pickup camper. At the campground, inspect your site as many pull through sites have too many untrimmed trees requiring a back-in. Staff is friendly and helpful. In our case remaining after closing for check in. Hookups are fine, no problems. A definite return.