The park is clean and neatly landscaped but all sites are black top. Cable has some good channels and others that are real snowy. Train & interstate highway noise are audible but not a serious problem. Many sites are held by permanent units. The location is close to downtown and easy to get to. It is a good campground for an over night stay or to use as a base camp because it is a short distance from the interstate. Restrooms were locked and entrance was by a key available in office. There is a motel, but it seems to be used by workers and may not be open to public. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Listed as pet friendly, but one is obligated to walk your pet on the street outside of the park and there is no pet area in the park and they are not allowed on any of the grassy areas. Internet service is very unreliable and when you can connect, it is of a speed reminiscent of the the old dial up days. No pull through sites, though the back in sites are long enough to accommodate a bid rig and wide enough for the toad. Staff friendly but could not help with internet problems except to say they would let the owner know. Quite and about 1/2 mile from nearest casino. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is a city park with city environment and surroundings-not a place to spend time lounging at. It is a short drive/long walk to the hotels/casinos, and convenient to Reno's Riverwalk especially beautiful downtown area. The bathrooms/laundry facilities were not particularly clean, and you had to leave a refundable deposit for a key to lock the ladies room from the inside to secure the facility from unwanted access while you were using it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The free wi-fi worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of full timers, however nice and tidy park for folks that are interested in spending more time away from park then in park. Friendly staff. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.