This is a great place to spend the winter! Lots of fun things to do. The mineral pools and salt water pool are the best. Lots of interesting day trips and interesting things to see. Sites are larger than most.
Stayed in Dry Camp. There was so much to do, it took a week to settle in and really experience this place. It really is a resort. Lapswim in the pool. 4 hot tubs plus bath tubs, water exercises, pool tables, pickleball, hiking, tennis, labyrinthe, ping pong, shuffle board, bocce ball, horseshoes, bridge, volley ball, quilting, on-site store, twice weekly vegetables, swap meets, cards ukuleles, karaoke. in poo movies, the list goes on and on. Amazing, interesting people that either pass through or live here. ATM as well. Definitely worth a week.
We stayed at FOY, December and January. Very nice RV park, well run and very clean. Our site on Mineral dr. - right on the desert edge. Walking trails set up - which we used every day (our favourite - white trail - 2.2 miles). There is lots of activities to do. Tennis. Pickle ball. Bocce ball. Water volleyball. Plus many other things to do. 2 heated pools. 4 hot tubs (hottest one called the lobster pot). Not sure if weather was normal ? Days 18C to 21C, nights 4C to 12C (heat in motorhome, required every night). Store on site - prices reasonable. Freddie's restaurant - taco night every Monday - $10 - all you can eat. Enjoyed our stay. Biggest complaint (and several other people mentioned also) - people think nothing of WALKING 🚶 through your site (even if you are sitting there) ???. Other than that - would recommend.…
The facilities are good, the office staff needs to be trained or replaced. It is too expensive for its location. If you decide to go here make sure when you make a reservation to confirm the price. We were quoted a price on the phone but when we got there they charged us more. They don't seem too care about making people welcome they only want your money. Again, it is a long way to go shopping and there is nothing close by to do. Very isolated location. Won't be back next year, too many better places to stay for less money where they make you fell welcome. They advertise cable and wifi but don't have it.
On the way to slab city we couldnt really find a campsite (one completely empty campsite and that didnt feel good) until this gem came up. With beautiful sights wherever you look, with hot water mineral pools and perfect amenities. We even saw a tarantula, a coyote and scorpio. Perfect place to let your muscles rest from driving while chilling in the pools.