A super neat little spot right before you enter Spring Mountain, State Park. This Resort has cabins to rent, RV spaces available, a laundry room, pet friendly, a bar with pool tables, a store with everything you need in case you forgot it….. I mean who doesn't love a nice cup of hot coffee. The store is run by a chill older guy who is super friendly…
The cabins have an open living area with a full/queen bed and bunk beds, Each cabin comes with a fully functional kitchen which includes: a stovetop, microwave, refrigerator, sink, coffee pot, dishes for 4, pots, and pans. It's a little small but it works. You can also get a two-bedroom perfect for grandparents and their grandkids.
Cabins include their own bathroom and shower! Fireplace and BBQ outside of the cabin for your use upon request. All cabins now have Direct TV, WIFI is sketched, plan to come to hang out with the no service, and get back connected with your family.
Cabins are$90.00(includes tax) per night. Large cabins$118.75(includes tax) per night. Large 2 bedroom$129.80(includes tax) per night One bedroom suite$118.75(includes tax) per night Subject to availability- Call to reserve yours now! (775)962-5293
Full hookups and dump stations available.
Love this place, we didn't camp here but we checked everything out and had to buy new propane tanks for our heater, worms for fishing, and yummy hot coffee.
Talk about well maintained and up kept. Little dog buckets throughout park so it’s easy for you to clean up after your pets and the bucket is cleaned multiple times a day.
This resort is Mostly for the snow birds who want to stay warm throughout the winter… however they do have spots available for daily and weekly rates but call ahead because they fill up quickly.
This location has a nice pool and laundry room.
Silver View RV resort has a full general store and they serve ice cream too!!
Roads are paved and RV slots are dirt but they do come with full hook ups and little wood tables at each spot. Paved parking near and in front of the store as well for guest or anything else you need it for.
This RV park is more long term residents, but they have iver nigt spots. all the streets are nicely paved throughout, leveled RV sites over 100 total RV sites(8 overnight sites), alot of trees which gives you alot of privacy,a nice outdoor swimming pool, picnic tables, full hookups, 30/50 amp, dump station, pull thrus, Wi-Fi, handicap accessible showers, restrooms, laundry, vending machines, propane, dog walk and obvisouly pet friendly.
Super nice and well kept park for it being a bit older. The location is close to alot of things going on from route 66 to hiking trails.
They offer alot of discounts so check out before your arrival or when you arrive.
overall a really nice RV park.
This place is open all year round rates they have nightly, weekly, and seasonal prices available, and depending on the number of people they add on to the price so call ahead of time. In the front in some tent spots nothing special at all about this place. They have ice machine, dump facilities, hookups -Electric 30/20/15 Amp, pet friendly, full phone service for any phone carrier, and a shower house.
Not much room between RV spaces and a lot of people live there full time, It a little run-down but it's affordable if you trying to just stop in for a short stay off of the main street. But you can do that at other places that are a little nicer for your money. I didn't personally stay here we were driving through Kingman and I wanted to check it out and I wouldn't say I would by any means I would stay here personally due to the cleanliness of facilities.
Little western theme going on here and was completely packed but well maintained. 15 minute drive to lake mead and 5 minute drive to the main street of Boulder City. Albertsons, auto zone, and a variety of food options near by. Firewood was available for sale on site as well. Dump station and plenty of trash cans through this property. AAA discounts as well. You pull your rv through a little gravel parking place and the streets are nicely paved. There is hooks up for power. Clean showers, bathrooms and a nice swimming pool.
This is more of a month to month residential RV park if you check in with Mike who runs the place and your in a bind I’m sure he will work with you for weekly or whatever you may need. But super clean, full hook ups, and they have a pool.
We came in through the main gate of willow beach and you can leave your vehicle and use the ramp to get where you need to, so make sure your aware there is a park fee, unless you have America the beautiful pass. Plenty of little sandy/ rocky pull offs you can get to from any boat or water vessel. Bring everything you need because it’s dispersed and there is NOTHING and make sure you have lights because it does get dark. But nothing better than waking up to the river and the majestic water sounds. We didn’t see the hot springs but next time we will hike in so we can get to them from the main road. My images are of little places we passed where you can pull over and camp at. Also the water is extremely low at this time if you have a bigger water craft.
Make sure you are aware that it’s 25 dollars to get into willow beach if you have the America the beautiful pass than it’s free, if not plan to pay the entrance fee on top of your camping fee which starts at $50.00. Make sure you check into the marina after going through the entrance they will give you your information for your camp site. Super impressed with this camp ground. Each place has a grill, fire ring and table. I recommend bringing your own pop up for shade because it’s hot no matter the time of the year and they have no shaded spots. SPOTLESS is an understatement for how clean this place is. This camp ground has full hooks ups, clean showers and bathrooms and plenty of trash cans through the camp. Also Freshly paved roads so anyone can make it. Super impressed and a short drive or walk to the river.
Very High end, strong gates and a security guard. Whether it’s daily, weekly or full time this is luxury at its finest. Each slot has a covered table and full hook ups. We weren’t able to get past the main gate to get any more pictures because the line to get in was very long but there’s a little Diner right outside the property and plenty of food choices near by.
Super clean and well maintained. Mini golf and a pool plus a lobby that offers food and happy hour specials. Showers and bathrooms throughout the park. tables at each spot, charcoal grills and full hook ups. Air, water and dump station on site.
You get access to this little desert oasis, and it's awesome they have an incredible pool with a waterfall and showers and clean bathrooms not to mention a full bar, and don't forget to go inside to get the dollar hot dogs that are yummy. The gate you enter in from is only a short walk from the RV park.
The RV park includes Water, Sewer, Power 110/ 30 AMP/ 50 AMP, and Basic Cable.
Total Back-ins Totaling 29 Varied Sizes Total Pull Thru’s total 16, Sizes 38’ X 12’.
The hotel has a buffet, cafe, and a steak house.
This hotel also offers a spa at an additional cost and they have a gym.
There is a gift shop for anything you may have forgotten or something you would like to purchase.
Walmart is across the freeway and plenty of places for gas and food options.
Every year they have the balloon festival and it's been something we have attended every year and it's fun and cold so wear a sweater.
summertime they have the pool and plenty of other events from BBQ, Live events by the pool, and car shows all for an additional cost. This hotel and Rv park never fail. A great little hidden gem.
With COVID as big as it has been and everyone wanting an escape we didn't want to not be able to receive a place by the pool so we rented a cabana its 100 dollars and hot but it does have chairs and tv, a fan, and a fridge. At least we were able to get seating. They also have golf and spa packages so check them out and always google coupon codes for a better deal/
Wear water shoes or some old shoes that fit good because the ground is rocky. One of the many little coves in Lake Mead that has access from the main freeway. This is Arizona side but us living in Las Vegas it was only a short hour - two-hour drive, Pretty clean-cut road, and easy access for small or big vehicles, 4wd, and anything in between. The water temp is lovely and it's not over crowded. Good place if you and a lot of your friends or family are planning to come and camp for the weekend together because you're likely to get a waterfront spot. We saw RVs that stayed a little further up from the water who also were camping and they just had a little pop up near the water for during the day use. If you have 4wd you have the ability to make it up a little higher and a little deeper to a little more secluded areas. Most of us have rafts and kayaks which are enjoyable to get in and explore outside of the cove. Good spots for fishing too. Near the water, it's VERY rocky like I first mentioned so be careful if you plan to have the back end of your vehicle near the water to make sure you have the ability to get out.
It’s not necessary to have it but I would recommend having it to get to a neat place to camp off of the main road. We DO NOT have a 4 wheel drive but my husband is a skilled driver and we were able to make it pretty far, we came about a week ago and the weather was perfect and I’m also adding my images from our April trip just to let you know there is still snow on the ground in April when we went and whenever they have snow fall in the mountains plan to see it here first. The road is narrow so stay alert while driving to maintain a safe adventure. No service so if you need a map I recommend you download it from the pro version of the dyrt ahead of time. Make sure to clean up anything and put your fires completely out.
Such a great camp area. First time ever camping here and it was perfect in April… it gets hot here so bring extra water. Great camp hosts and the park was spotless. Make sure you chose a location that’s covered just for that extra protection from any sun shining down on you. Nice walk in and parking sites if need and they are very accommodating. There is water available as well.
Lots of open areas with flat grounds for tents and plenty of greenage between other spots and if you have 4 wheel drive you can go pretty much anywhere and find a neat camp spot. Great spot for RVs and Campers, the front spots do fill up quickly so make sure if you have a big RV you get there before the weekend if you need a spot. if you walk a mile or so to the spring mountain trail they do have bathrooms so take note of that if you like to be close to a bathroom. Check fire restrictions before going.
Super neat camp ground and the best part it’s free…. trees everywhere pine and juniper trees. we have a suburban and it’s rear wheel drive so we push it to the limits…. this is a super easy road with two entrances… some places are a little sketchy but we managed…. no fires ONLY propane, don’t be a jerk and try to get by just follow the rules so everyone can Enjoy nature. The rangers come by and check and also to let you know it’s not allowed…. basically to keep you accountable. We brought wood because we were not sure so it never hurts to have just Incase they lift the fire restrictions…. try to search online they update regularly…Ok ok ok, so since when did we not have each other’s back and helping keep our forest clean?? Listen when you camp, fish, swim etc… just take 5 mins and do a sweep of your campsite or area and clean any trash…..and listen if you see something that’s not yours… just pick it up. We filled a trash bag of trash, it was super windy so I’m assuming people’s trash just was flying everywhere, either way let’s do our part so we can continue to enjoy… anyway besides that lots of flat areas and plenty of places to camp.
I gave this campground a 4 only because your literally right on top of one another, I’m the type of mama who at least wants trees in between other campers… we usually stay at camp unless it’s to take a hike so we like to have our own space. Besides that this camp ground is spotless and maintained so well that they deserve 10 stars. Great camp hosts and clean bathrooms. The roads are freshly paved perfect to jog on or push your baby in a stroller while you take a stroll. Plenty of room for pop up trailers, Rvs, and long trucks. Currently they are not allowing fires or grill use unless it’s propane, Las Vegas has been having an extremely hot summer so it’s just not worth us ruining Mother Natures beauty… so pack extra propane and bring a sweater it gets chilly. This camp ground holds 75 camping spots You can reserve a few spots ahead of time and they have over 50 sites that are first come first serve so get there early if you didn’t make a reservation.
Plenty of room for multiple tent In a few different spaces and it’s first come first serve, they also have day use for 5 dollars! Envelopes are located once you pull into campground. Nice fishing hole and chipmunks and cows are every where so make sure you keep your food protected because trust me chipmunks and little Squirellies are ready to eat your food and climb all over your table so make sure you wipe down before using the table. Oh and the campsites have tables, fire ring and water throughout the camp ground that you can use for drinking or to fill up to bring back to your site and clean bathrooms, Great views and peace and quiet!
My parents got a new pop up trailer and we went and tested it out. The campgrounds offer showers nice and clean a bit far from our camp area but still none the less available. Very clean and well kept and only a short drive to Boulder beach, keep in mind if you plan to walk to the lake going down is easy getting back up is a hike. Overall a nice campground and any time of the year is good here, being vegas you want to choose anytime other than summertime. Fishing, boating, swimming are all allowed, and pets as well just keep them on a leash.
Super cool hidden gem in the desert that’s for sure. Summertime gets a little tooooo hot but it’s perfect any other time throughout the year. It’s all dispersed so find a spot you like and enjoy!! Free camping!!! Winner!!! Make sure you build a good fire ring and make sure to put your fire completely out. Safety first! It’s Always best to take care of Mother Nature. If you have a 4x4 you can get to a much secluded area. If you don’t which we don’t have a 4x4 but we can make it pretty cool places so we’re happy.