What a gem! We stayed here 2 nights so we could visit the various state parks in the area. The site was gravel but 100% level and each spot has its own shade tree to keep the afternoon sun from scorching you. The Santa Fe railroad is on the other side of a divided highway, approx 1-2 blocks from the park, and the trains run all night. We loved this. It did not disrupt our sleep at all. The staff here are the very definition of helpful and friendly and, if you enjoy such things, there is free hot coffee and fresh pastries available to you every morning. We would most definitely stay here again and plan to on our next pass through this beautiful area. The rate, service, and location cannot be beat.
This was a quick overnight stay and, to save money, we opted for a site with all hook-ups except sewer. Campground is heavily treed and evoked memories of camping as a child. It's quite lovely. I did laundry while there; the laundry facilities are clean and worked well. There is a bookshelf from which to borrow/donate books which is always a nice benefit. The store seemed to have quite a few of the essentials. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We would stay here as a long-term stay only as the nightly rate is a bit steep, in our opinion.
Park was quite large but loaded with RVs. You are nearly within arm's reach of your neighbor's slideout. Park was quiet and we had no issues. We did not use any of the amenities so I cannot vouch from them. The staff was very friendly and helpful. we would stay here again.
We pulled into Reno to stay 2 nights and chose to stay on the west side of town. This park is located next to a sketchy mobile home park but the RV park itself is private with tall rock/brick walls. It was quiet at night and we had no problems. As a bonus, from our spot we could see the lights of Reno below - it was quite pretty. We would stay here again if we were in the area.