RV Park is located in Alamo just off 93 directly behind the only gas station/grocery store in town (which, for its size, has a great selection of products). Hosts are very nice and most accommodating. Ryan gave us options of where we could park—either along the creek or under a huge shade tree. We had just spent three days baking in the Las Vegas sun so chose “all-day-shade” under a shade tree in the middle of the park. They have back in and pull through spaces with power posts and multiple sewer dumps in each site to accommodate all rigs. We also noticed a number of people who had been boon-docking who stopped by to dump and add water. If you’re passing through and need a place to stop overnight or longer to explore the area, we recommend Pickett’s RV.
This is our second time staying here. The spaces are flat with full hookups and cable. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Other than laundry, there aren't an amenities, but for most people, it's a one-night stop on the way to someplace else. The park is in town so you can walk to most places. Quiet small town with nice scenery around it. If we come this way again, I'm sure we will stop again. I was surprised by the service fee also, but it was small so if you stay longer than a day or so, it wouldn't be a big deal (I think it was $3.50).
We have stayed here for several years on our winter trips to Arizona. The nicest people with awesome services. I look forward to stopping on our way North and South. I would very highly recommend staying here.
My mom and I didn’t stay here, we stayed at the terrific Alamo Inn about a quarter mile north, but our car stayed overnight at the RV park. We stopped overnight in Alamo on a circle tour of the area, wanting to see the Extraterrestrial Highway, Tonopah and Death Valley. There aren’t many opportunities to charge an EV in the area (yet), but the very friendly owner of the RV Park drove from his home, met me at the park and helped me get setup under a light (for safety) and plugged into a nice 50amp circuit to juice up overnight. I don’t have an RV, but if I was travveling in one I’d be happy to stay at this park!
We had to pull over unexpectedly due to high winds with our 27ft travel trailer. There was a nice man who greeted us when we pulled in and directed us to a spot and helped us get parked in a spot with plenty of shade. We were then able to get payment made and get all the park information. It was nice and close to a grocery store and gas station that accommodated our trailer as well. The park was super quiet, and very well lit. I didn't have any problem walking around the area at night at felt quite safe. My only complaints would be a hidden administrative and service fee that was undisclosed until I had paid. There were also some stray animals wandering around the area. Our dog wasn't bothered but I could see them bothering others.