Nice employees, but no cable TV, and it's all cement and gravel on a 110º day. Tonopah, the town, has fallen on hard times. No shopping, no TV, no scenery. So, there isn't much to say about this park except that there's lots of room and the price is right for "a stop on the way to somewhere else."
This is an absolutely beautiful, surprisingly quiet oasis park right off the frontage road of northbound I-35. Every employee is positive & helpful. One of the cleanest parks we've stayed in in 34 years of RVing. We arrived as Hurricane Alex sent a terrific wave of humid, hot weather alternating with rainy, hot weather; stuck inside much of the time. We appreciated the extra-wide pull-through spaces with grassy lawns and mature trees. Very private feeling here. On weekends & holidays the rate jumps to $50/night; however, we still feel it was well worth the price.