I have stayed here for several years and nothing has changed. Nothing added or taken away. Pull-throughs on gravel are level. Not much to do except a long drive to Death Valley, a little farther to Pahrump and some nice exploring of the nearby Wildlife Refuge. The casino is modest, to say the least. There is a restaurant that is about like a Denny's, and there is a modest supply store. On the whole: this place is clean and quiet. If you camp here in August you have the place to yourself: were only 3 other RVs in the park.
We spent night here and it was very peaceful. There is nice spacing between sites and if you are luck you can get a river view site. I did not give this place an 8 because there was no handicap access at all nor is any even considered. The toilet stalls were wooden and very small. There is no grab rail at all. The showers offer little privacy and the one I used had a torn shower curtain that almost rendered it useless. Good water flow, though. The laundry was small but ok. We would stay here again.
The entire park is dirt and gravel, so when the off road types race around the campground, dust is everywhere. The campground is very noisy and it seems to be the entire reason for being here: to make as much noise as possible. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is WiFi but it is satellite based so it's kind of slow; however, it is free. We stayed one night and left as fast as we could, never to return.
I am a big KOA fan but this was not a fun place. The park is long and narrow, with gravel sites. What I did not like was the units were jammed together so there was little space between units. We stayed over night but once was enough.
This is a very nice campground. The owners are friendly. They have free Wi-Fi which is nice. There is a small dog run. We were upfront with the over nighties, but for long term stays there are sites in the back under huge ash trees.
This is a small desert park for snowbirds. The park is on desert gravel, and the spaces between RV's is a little small. However, the reason people visit this park is the hot mineral baths, which are highly therapeutic. We visited in the off season, and it was hot, so there was only two other campers in the park. From October to April, the park is full. Long term campers (6 months or more) line the perimeter. The managers are a husband and wife who are very friendly and helpful. There is a rec room which is centrally located and is the focus of park activities. There are two small bath-rooms for the mineral baths. The doors can be locked and couples or families have private soaking in 104 degree water. The park showers are in these rooms. Visitors can use the baths as often as they wish, but during busy winter months there is a 20 minute time limit, which apparently is more than enough time. You can reuse the baths later when ever they are free. There are two private toilet bathrooms, one for men and one for women. The nearest town is Pahrump, which is 27 miles away but easily traveled to. We visited often for supplies at the Super Wal-Mart and diesel fuel. Death Valley NP is also close by. At night we enjoyed watching the bats and nightjars catching insects and seeing the many stars in the clear desert sky.
This is a clean park aimed towards long-term and snowbird campers. For those people, the sites are large and level. For over nighters, we were placed in a cramped section at the end of the park. The office staff was not too friendly and name badges were required to walk around the park. We were forced to initial a card acknowledging we were aware of nearby Luke Airforce Base fly overs. I would recommend this park for long term stays (electrical is extra for this), a week or more.
This park is not recommended for anyone with a trailer. The reason is the park entrance is by a NARROW, ONE LANE washboard road, and if you meet someone coming the other way, you cannot pass. If you do decide to camp here, the campground is on a hill, and the sites are not level, but are on asphalt. There is a charcoal grill and a picnic table, and water is at a central spigot. The rangers are very friendly, and the campground is quiet.
I want to add new information to the other reviews. There are levels of comfort at the park. We paid the RPI rate, and were required to stay in the outside perimeter of the park, which was all back-in on concrete. For a higher nightly rate, pull-thrus and grass are available. Our site was level and no problem at all. However, we were not within walking distance of the pools ( which are very nice, as is the clubhouse). WiFi signal was very strong and used it night and day from the rig. Security was good. Cable TV signal was strong, but really not much on basic cable channels. My only complaint was one staffer who had attitude. Everyone else was great. I do recommend this park.