Lovely spot right on 395. Very clean and friendly. My only reason for not rating them higher is the poor quality of the internet connection. The WiFi signal to them was great, but their service (likely satellite) was extremely poor. I would guess there's not much choice in providers in the remote areas though, so this is certainly not their fault. All in all, a very pleasant place to overnight. Be aware, we paid $4/gal for diesel in Walker; if you go in to Nevada, the price was a dollar lower.
We had a large spot by the clubhouse with 50 amp and excellent Wi-Fi (it's in the clubhouse). This is an older park in decline, but we'd stay there again. The owners are friendly and helpful, the long-term residents are also friendly, the clubhouse has a pool table, shuffle board, several large screen TVs, and more that I probably didn't notice. The real drawback with this park is the fact that it's right along some busy train tracks. We didn't actually find that too bothersome except when we were watching TV (totally drowned out the sound). Lots of birds, lots of trees and landscaped plantings. We paid the Passport America rate.
Spent two nights here at the Passport America rate. Older, quiet and clean park, with lots of trees and bushes. It's just in the process of getting "spruced up", with new concrete pads being poured, and wifi coming in shortly (the man at the desk said it would cost $3/day). There is *amazing* pressure in the shower -- almost painful at full blast, and this was when several sprinklers were running outside. Be sure you have a regulator on your water system! Overall a very nice stay. We would definitely stay here again.
I would so love to give this park a good rating. We had a big enough spot for our 34" fifth wheel with slides, the owner was very helpful and friendly (and gave us a couple of pieces of homemade cake one evening), the little lake is charming, and the location is right off the interstate highway. There is indeed a sawmill across the road, but the noise wasn't loud or bothersome (we were in the middle of the park, not right by the road). There are a few ruts in the roads in the park, but nothing too serious. The site was grass, but we leveled our trailer easily. The birdsong around sunrise and sunset was wonderful. However, the wifi was very spotty (it was out entirely for an afternoon/night). We had a good connection to the access point in the office, but their connection isn't the greatest. Worst of all, though, were the electrical problems. Our pedestal kept dropping power (it ranged from 100 to 122v) and we had brownouts and outages of the sort that can damage appliances. I would recommend a voltage regulator/booster for stays at this park. Too bad, because otherwise we quite enjoyed it.
The nightly price we paid reflects the Passport America rate, which is good any day for an unlimited number of days. This campground is less than a year old. It is located on lovely, quiet, wooded acreage. The sites are all pull-throughs and we had no problem with our 34' fiver and long bed crew cab pickup. Each site has a fire ring, and most have picnic tables. There is a large communal fire ring and covered eating area. Washrooms, showers and laundry facilities are excellent. There is no TV reception here, and no internet access, but it is a beautiful, peaceful spot just a bit out of the way. There is a man-made fishing hole with a ten fish per day limit, and a bit of a nature trail. You may see feral pigs, deer, raccoons, and there are many birds. We enjoyed our stay in this serene place.
The rate we paid reflects the Passport America price. The pull-through sites were easily accessible, mostly under pine-trees, and had great Wi-Fi reception. Everything was new and clean and worked well. Only a five-minute drive from a Super Wal-mart, and lots of restaurants close by, too. There is indeed a golf driving range: go to the lake shore and you'll see the tee-off area (get floating golf balls at the office, because the driving range is the lake!). The owners/managers (?) are super friendly and helpful. We planned on staying three nights, and ended up staying almost two weeks. The only reason I give this place a 9 instead of a 10 is the noise. In February, we didn't have our windows open much, so it wasn't a problem, but I imagine that in the summer the I-95 and race track noises could be annoying to some. If we're in the area again, we'll definitely stay here again!