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Pass it by, your business keeps it open.

There is sewage above ground, which is unhealthy and stinks very bad the entire day. This place is in fact substandard living. It is very unsafe with risk of fire and electric hazards everywhere. I highly recommend not jeopardizing your life and pass this place up for another.

Awesome Group Site w/ Lake Access

Awesome group sites entering Stampede Reservoir with close lake access. 4 total group paved sites in the loop with the ability for large groups at each. Large fire pits, multiple picnic tables, charcoal grills, and areas for tents. Water and bathrooms available for each site, though it’s Dry Camping. Host onsite with wood for purchase. Great area for kids to play without the traffic of normal campgrounds.

Logger campgound

Good place to go, the sites that we were in were spread out not to packed which was nice.

First to Review
Quiet away from the crowd

The road in is an easy drive but the campground road itself is very rocky

Great Urban RV Park, best in Reno Area

The Reno area is our home base, we are full time RVers in a 35 foot long fifth wheel.  We come to Sparks Marina RV Park whenever we are in town visiting family, and we typically stay for at least a month or sometimes two months.  We have visited ALL of the RV parks in the vicinity, and in Carson City to the south.  By far this is the best place in the area.  The sites are not at all outdoorsy, it is more of an urban feel, with a concrete pad and fake grass, but each site has a tree which is nice for shade in the hot summers.  The circulation works well and if you have a pull through you have two parking options for your tower/toad vehicle.  The spaces are long enough for the larger rigs, and are wide enough for all of the slides, even on both sides, and for awnings to go out.  Staff here is EXCELLENT.  We are always treated well, and we like how they are always there to help.  The office has some supplies for sale, and the laundry room and bathrooms are the CLEANEST we have ever seen.  Facilities are modern.  Rec room has ping pong, and pool, a large screen tv as well.  There is a small pool and hot tub, which gets a lot of use when open.  They do not allow tents.  They have a pretty robust WiFi system, and all cellular options are available in the area, so internet is not a problem.  Prices are higher than other options but the location is excellent, staff is excellent and they do a good job of security as well.  We feel safe here, and it is always clean.

Right on the lake

Sights are right on the lake and in the shade of the trees most of the day so it doesn’t get too hot.

Always fun

Reservation a must get filled up quickly

July 4th Weekends

Had a great time celebrating the 4th. Ft Churchill staff had an old time type of celebration. Fun activities for the entire family.

July 4th Weekends

Had a great time celebrating the 4th. Ft Churchill staff had an old time type of celebration. Fun activities for the entire family.

4th of July weekend

Had a great weekend and a good spot.

Perfect lake location

Gorgeous National Forest campground with big sites. No hookups, but water and bathrooms nearby. Right on Lake Tahoe. Super nice hosts.

Great local campground!

I live in Reno and this campground is a nearby escape from the hustle and bustle of Reno. Great hiking opportunities for the dog and peaceful sunsets by a campfire. A super, close spot to take the teardrop any time of the year.

Beach view

No full hook up,fire pit,close to braxh dpot 52

Beach view

No full hook up,fire pit,close to braxh dpot 52

The Best Place to Camp at Tahoe

Always enjoy our time here. Campsites are wide and the place is clean and well cared for by staff. Close to shopping and beach. Bathrooms are clean with pay showers.


 We were up there at the gate last Sunday 7/7/19 And the campsite was closed down the road look like no one had been on it, the website does not show it as being closed.

Recreation Heaven

Great camp ground with spacious spaces. Accomadates large groups and tent camping. Friendly host and very clean. Stones throw from the boat ramp and Stampede Lake. Only down is the place is a little noisey.

Friendly and supportive

Fully hook ups and completely understanding when we had to leave early! Nice quiet park with great laundry and pool amenities!

Great community campground

This is one of those campgrounds that attracts both adventurous hikers eager to clamber up Slide Mountain as well as local families and community leaders. It’s a great stop over on a trip through the eastern Sierra.

Not in RV park but on the lake

Beautiful $15 permit and you find your own spot. You can be as faraway or as close to other campers as you want. No hookups or services but the water is perfect for swimming,fishing or boating. Bonus…..4th of July fireworks are permitted and the reservation sales awesome ones.( we are just observers)

Concrete Camping But Good

Nice amenities, typical spaces, clean and the staff was friendly. Shuttle to the casino for dinner and drinks was a nice option.

First to Review

We always knockout a close preseason opener at a local site. GSR is pricey for what’s offered, though it does have full hookups. Only perk is the free pool passes as the grounds leave a lot to be desired. Only photos are us abusing the Lime Bikes!

First to Review
Great place

Everything was quick and easy. Bathrooms were clean, and everything was easy access. Very close to town and the free WiFi actually works!

Great Getaway

Stayed in the Iron Ox loop and close to the water. We had 5 rigs in our group surrounded by other large groups and awesome people. Camp Host was awesome as always and easy access now that the dam is open.

Great spot

Camped here with a friend back in april, it was super cold, but a great spot.

Beautiful scenery

We stayed here for one night in May. It was a beautiful site under large trees. We stayed when they were just opening for the season. Restrooms and showers were very clean and were very private. The RV park was very busy, the upper tent sites were not yet open. It is a very pretty location with just a short walk across the road to the lake shore…the price was right, compared to the rv parks in South Tahoe. Zephyr cove also has a lodge and cabins and a restaurant. Would stay here again.

North Canyon Campground near Tahoe Rim Trail

 This is a decent campground in the middle of a section hike of the Tahoe Rim Trail.  Only has 4 sites at the campground.  However, it is open all year round & it is free. Also has bear lockers which is good. Has toilet facility but no running water. That’s ok as there’s a stream close to it you can filter from.  Hard to get any signal in this Canyon & texting is hard to accomplish as most of the time you have no service & at best only have 1 bar. Calling from here isn’t really an option. Easily accessible via the North Canyon road. A decent place to stay when trying to get to Marlette Lake headed North.

Davies Creek Campground

This campground no longer exists. Been closed for many many years due to a flood.

Wonderful Place

This is the model RV Park, everything is laid out nicely, large spaces, pool, car shows, and a wonderful staff.

Classic spot

Really great spots for quick close camp trip.