Stayed here for one night. Don't believe anything written on the website. Checked in, had a 50 amp pull through site. Out door temp's in the upper 90's. Were first told to please only run one a/c unit, because their power system could not handle everyone running two units. That was my first, oh no. No ice in the store, had to go down to the maverick gas station. The pool that is supposed to be heated, was NOT. Very cold water, the water was very murky and dirty. Looks nothing like the photo on the website. This park has what appears to be mostly live on site. Quite a few sites that were dirty and long term. The feel of the park was less than desirable. Had two grandchildren with us. Would not feel comfortable allowing them to be outside alone due to the clients in the park. Once the rig inside reached 90, I said forget the the two A/C rule and ran both. You know due to the heat the need for more power will be in demand. Up grade your park. Your located in the desert. Or offer a discount for less power used. DO NOT STAY HERE!…
This review is a warning NOT to book on the website. I booked online for one night and received an email confirmation. My credit card was charged. Upon arrival the lady at the desk couldn’t find our reservation and when I gave her the booking number we were told the other manager working when I booked cancelled my reservation right after I had booked it, no idea why as I did not call to cancel and the fee had never been refunded. She called the other RV resort down the road (Silver State, which we had stayed at before) and they were able to find a spot for us.
Nice 80’ long pull through site with 50 amp full hookups. The gravel sites are level with picnic tables at each site. They are a tad narrow for my taste but since it was literally the last RV site in town I’m really happy! They have a pool and offer free WiFi but didn’t use it. My MiFi worked great and had good AT&T service.
Traveling across Nevada which (no offense to people who love the state) can be mind-numbing so I was looking for an RV park which had a swimming pool. The only park to advertise one was Winnemucca RV so I booked a pull-through site on-line. Upon arriving, the site was pull-through, I guess, assuming you had a travel trailer or rig that was 16ft long and being pulled by a small SUV. We didn’t fit and had to unhook. The sites were gravel, no grass, and shared picnic tables. There was a “dog walk” which was a strip of grass near the trash containers. WiFI was “free” and supposedly fast but there were so many people on it that I couldn’t even connect. My biggest complaint, however, was that the pool had been drained. Now, I don’t know if it was due to Covid or due to it being early June or what, but I was very unhappy about that. The advertisement should read “seasonal pool available in July” or something to that effect. I gave the park 3 stars only because the woman at registration was so nice, helpful, and actually apologetic about the size of the pull-through.…
Accommodating, excellent hosts, quiet, clean, what more do you need? We were in town to visit friends so weren’t at the park a lot but the swimming pool looked very clean as well as the grounds. The spaces were a little tight but everything else balanced that out for us. I think we will be back. And to mention again, the hosts and grounds staff were helpful friendly, and very efficient, seriously! We will be back.
Quiet at night. Clean, beautiful evenings with purple sunsets and mountains to stare at. Very nice! Love the desert evening weather. The guests were polite and the grounds were groomed nicely. Pet friendly.
We stopped at this park for one night on our cross country trip. The office staff is incredibly friendly, their bathrooms are clean, the spots are big, and there is an INCREDIBLE Mexican Restaurant across the street (even the local gas is the cheapest we found!). We are currently at a KOA and we are not nearly as happy as we were last night at the Winnemucca RV park. We would definitely stay here again!
Wonderfully friendly and helpful managers. Clean and conveniently located, and quiet. Laundry facilities and a small store at the office, and a restaurant across the street. The main part of town is conveniently close if more is needed.
Located just off interstate 80 on Winnemucca Boulevard. The park employees are very friendly and the park is clean. The spaces are tight without much room between them, in fact we had a problem putting our awning out, as well as the slides. You park on packed gravel which I dislike because it ends up in my tires and once you hit the highway pavement, pebbles begin flying off in all directions actually chipping some of the paint on my unit. They have 130 pull through & back-in spaces….full hook ups with 30 and 50 amp, free Wi-Fi and cable, but the Wi-Fi is very weak. There is an RV supply store on site as well as The laundry and bathroom facilities; doggie park, pool table and TV lounge. They had an outdoor heated swimming pool which was closed. Also putting green and horseshoe pit. Propane available Also have a full equipped park model rv, 2 cabins and a Safari tent available for those w/o an RV.…
We stay at this place for a night while we’re on the way to Idaho, the ground needs a lot of work, no trees or privacy with other camper, you’re literally park right next to each other, bathrooms and shower needs a lot of work and clean up, for others that will stay for a night just for a quick stop over, then I guess I can say it’s fine, few camper actually lives in the property, all in all this place isn’t too bad but a mile away there is two more better looking camp ground that I would suggest.