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Rock parking lot for overnight RV'er guests of the casino. Walkable to the casino. Very easy drive to downtown and good surrounding restaurants. We did not, but it seemed like there wasn't an issue with running generators because one of our neighbors was doing so. It was just what we needed as we…
Dirty side of the property. Lots of questionable people and questionable activity. Wasn’t real impressed for the cost,
Full hookups, pull through. Nestled against the Eastern Sierras, on the Cal/Nev. border. Restaurant in the casino temp. Closed due to lack of employees. 12 miles to Reno, other conveniences nearby - Gas, Jack in the box, Port of Subs. Smoke from Cal. Wildfires is making outside activities…
Great place to stay or park.
This is a great little place! Very well kept, clean and paved sites, and plenty of space for our 31 foot trailer. It was about 10 minute drive to Reno, which was perfect for our family. We will definitely be visiting again!
The woman who I called and who checked us in was very nice. I even thought about leaving and heading further down the road and she was super cool about it while I went back to my camper to ponder. The bathrooms were clean and the showers worked nicely.
Unfortunately, this isn't a nice place. I was…
Located with convenient access from Highway 89, the campgrounds and all sites can be easily accessed by any road vehicle. Several motorcycle campers were here during my visit. The sites I saw were all pull in/back in… no pull through. Highway 89 is a two-lane highway, well paved, and plowed in the…
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If the first place you think of when you hear “the Sierra Nevada mountains” is Tahoe or Yosemite, I would strongly encourage you to explore points north of Truckee/Tahoe in the Plumas National Forest. And, a great place to stay while exploring the area is Little Bear RV park. This clean, quiet, and…
Large concrete lot. Shade hard to come by. Has cell service, WiFi (slow), nice showers, bathrooms and laundry. Best for very large rigs with limited options
Stopped for one night because we needed hookups after dry camping for three days. Clean KOA, pool was open, store was open, bathrooms were shortened hours (covid).. friendly staff. Pull through and back in sights available same day.
When we arrived we had to use the exit to enter, which meant backing our 43’ toy hauler in thru a Narrow gate on a busy back road, as the front way had been painted so they had it closed. We weren’t told of this before hand. It is just a large parking lot that has been turned into an RV park.…
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Camping here was great. Many different spots from able to use the marina or at the boat launch still on pavement or just right down on the beach next to the water. Only biggest issue is there is no trees. So no shade. Bring your easy ups.
The campground is great. Many sites have lots of space between them, while a few are side-by-side with just a vehicle parking space separating them. Each has a level, wood-bordered dirt/gravel pad set up for a tent - usually placed in as quiet/remote corner of the site as…
Peaceful and quiet with lots of trees. Laundry and showers. Great place for dogs. Hiking and lakes nearby. The owners are really nice people that will assist you when help is needed. They do not put up with those that break the rules.
Camp on Pryamid lake shore or full hookups @marina RV park tents trailers etc. Indian Reservation permits required. Fireworks sold & allowed designated areas. Also, fishing is great and seasonal. Activte Quiet community ￼
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