A friend of mine gave me a Passport America membership for my birthday this year. So while planning a trip I decided to try and use PA parks if possible. When I called to make a reservation the owner told me that he no longer accepted PA. I made the reservation anyway and I'm glad I did. The park is nothing special really. It is very well kept up with level gravel and some paved sites. It's a part of history as it is a leftover located on the actual old Route 66. You have to get off the interstate and drive a couple of miles to get there. The sites are under big mature trees and there is no highway noise. Chandler has some restaurants a Wal-Mart and other stores. I'm sure that I drove past this park many times as a kid with my parents. We would stay here again.
This is our go-to place while visiting St. Louis. It's an old mobile home park that the owner is slowly, but surely fixing up to be an extended stay RV park. There is no pool, showers, or playground but, there is a very good laundry room. The spaces are all back-ins with plenty of cement and grassy areas. I would guess that there are about ten full-time residents that are all in the same area. They all make you feel very welcome. The rest of the park is for folks like us, extended stay. This trip was our shortest stay to date. We only stayed for two weeks. The park is very clean, quiet and well kept. We will definitely be staying here again.
We stayed here for four days. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was very clean and had paved level sites. The park sits lower than the roadway and there is very little road noise. This is our second visit here and we would stay again.
I want to preface this with the fact that my wife and I have stayed here before and really liked it. That is why we wanted to go back. Be forwarned. I called to make a reservation in Jan. and got a phone message that stated that no reservations were necessary just come in. I checked again in March and got the same phone message as did my friend who was travelling with us. While on our trip my wife called again the day before we were to arrive and she got the same message. As we were pulling into the park we saw a young woman leave the office. There was an open sign on the door but, the door was locked. A salesman from their RV lot came over and opened the door for us. He then tried to locate someone to help us. Another young lady showed up and told us that there was only one 50 amp site available. There were two of us and we both needed 50 amp. The salesman again tried to help us by getting someone else. There was no doubt that this person was not happy to be helping us. And then to add insult to injury we saw her working off a reservation list. When asked about this she did not respond. I suggested that maybe they should have a real person answer their phone. We will not try to stay here again. Nothing like the last time we stayed.
Very clean and well kept up park. We were very lucky to get in here, as we did not have a reservation. We had had problems at another park and they found room for us. There were three rigs in our group and they got us all in. Very helpful and friendly staff. Good Wi-Fi. We will definitely stay here again.
This park was a pleasant surprise. A very clean, fairly new park with wide, level gravel sites. It's a good thing that we had reservations as the park was full. As a matter of fact there were two rigs in front of us that had to be turned away. It has easy access to the interstate and a Flying J. The owner/manager was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
Made the reservation on 03-29-14 for a full hook-up, 50 amp site. The reservation was made for 05-17-14. When we arrived they did not have my reservation. There records showed that I had stayed there on 04-17-14. They had my two traveling companions reservations. However, my one friend made their reservation for 50 amp also. They did not have any 50 amp sites available. The gentleman did check with an RV park across the highway and got in for the night. So much for making reservations. I will not try to stay here again. Rate is Passport America rate.
You will be impressed when you pull in to the park as it is beautifully landscaped with rock and palm trees. The driveway leads you straight to the main building for registration. You walk in to the registration area. Off of the registration area are a gym and sauna, small gift shop with a beauty parlor and a bar/ restaurant/ bowling alley that leads out to the pool area. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The food in the restaurant was surprisingly good. A lot of effort has been put in to this park to make your stay an enjoyable one. That was the good news. Now here is the bad. Once you get away from the main building the roads are very narrow. All of the spaces are pretty narrow and you have to back in. The parking area for your tow vehicle or toad is on the left side of the RV. This leaves a very narrow area for exiting your rig. If you want to sit outside you have to sit on the opposite side from your door. With our slides out we could not walk around our rig because of the vegetation. To their credit the gentleman that took us to our spot came back and trimmed a tree and a few plants so that we could open our slides. This is not a dog friendly park either. They welcome pets, but they do not have a dog walk or run. What they said was a dog walk was a small dirt area way in the back of the park. We took our dogs across the street from the park into the desert because it was much more convent. In the summer it will be very hard on the dogs as the park is all cement and asphalt. There is no grass and the very small area between the RV spots are gravel and plants and trees. I'm not saying that we wouldn't go back, but there are other parks in the Pahrump area that we would choose first.
We traveled with a group of four RVs and had made our reservations in February. We arrived at 5:45 pm to find the office closed. The sign on the door stated that they would be open until 6 pm. The paper work was waiting for us, but none of us had been given the shower or Wi-Fi codes. Even with early reservations, we did not have the four spaces together. The park is all paved with narrow lanes and sites. A novice may have a difficult time. We barely fit in our site. They did have a very nice dog walk. We would definitely not stay here again.
We traveled here with a group of four RVs. Check in was quick and they put all four of us together; however, they did not issue a detailed receipt and only a copy of the resort layout was provided, not an original. The sites were a good size and all had fire pits. This is an older park and from their web site we expected quite a few more trees. The restrooms, showers and laundry were centrally located in the park. They were all neat and clean. However, one of our folks had trouble getting the heat to work in one of the shower rooms and said that the hot water wasn’t that hot. The garbage and recycle area is next to the showers and laundry room. The area was pretty nasty and had a foul odor about it. There is a very small open pet area next to the restrooms and laundry area. The website also advertises beach access. There is beach access; however, you have to climb over two rocky areas to get to the beach. It would be difficult for a young healthy person to carry lawn chairs, coolers, etc. to the beach. Older folks or folks with disabilities would find this very difficult or impossible to navigate. There are also quite a few permanent folks in this park. We were awakened every week day morning between 6 am and 6:30 am with all the diesel engines firing up to leave for work. The park is nice, but over priced. I think that you could find other parks in the area that are just as nice or nicer for less than the nearly $50 a night that we paid. The Wi-Fi signal was very strong. We would not stay here again at that price.
It was a very clean and neat park. Restrooms and laundry room were very clean and conveniently located in the middle of the park. There were four RVs in our travel group and they checked us in quickly and put us all next to each other. The spots were pretty close together with no room for fire pits. However, there was a nice group area with two large fire pits at the end of each row. One very small closed in dog walk by laundry room and another away from the park in woods where the dogs could be off leash. The Wi-Fi signal was strong when it was working. It was very intermittent while we were there. We would definitely stay there again.