Reviews for Antelope Valley RV Park

| Green grass, big Trees

By user-6614723... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-07-09 to 2014-07-10

You expect desert but this park was green. Nice flat grounds. Friendly in seconds. Clean restrooms. We only missed wooden tables and benches.

| Overnight stop

By user-4560868... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-03 to 2017-06-04

Okay for an overnight stop. We were placed right next to the roadway so we had road noise. There were other empty spots so I'm not sure why we had to be there. The restrooms and bath house was clean. The park was clean.

| Well kept.

By user-6523579... on 2017-10-23.

Every site has your own paved sidewalk and patio area. Every site as your own patch of grass.

| Good overnight stop

By user-6326054... on 2017-10-23.

Park was clean and quiet. We had plenty of space in our pull through for both the motorhome and tow vehicle without disconnecting. Easy access on Hwy 50, but not a lot of highway noise. We had both satellite signal as well as over the air local TV stations. Wi-Fi was strong enough for email. Good Sam accepted,we paid $29.00 with full hookups. We would stay again. We stayed on 10/16/16.

| Adequate if you're passing through

By user-5303687... on 2017-10-23.

$32. An adequate park. Managed by a couple who are also campground hosts. No cable tv despite internet indication. Wifi is so slow that none of my devices would operate on it. Since this is the only park between Ely and Great Basin NP, you may be stuck with what you can get.

| I like having a park host

By user-6184978... on 2018-07-06.

The park is very pretty and easy to navigate once inside it. Google maps has the location wrong though. We missed the Google directed turn on to 1000 street and pulled over on the right side of the road to turn around... except we were right in front of the park! So, don’t turn, this RV Park is on the right side of the road directly past the “turn” and across the street from the Sinclair gas station. There were no hosts in the office, no one home at the host trailer. An envelope (only one, which I took, the people who pulled in an hour after us found no instructions and registration forms available) with instructions to leave cash in the envelope (you can apparently use a card only if you can find a host) fill out the form (also found in the envelope) and put it through the office door mail slot. The park displays Good Sam signs all over the office but the paperwork in the “envelope of self registration instructions “. Doesn’t give contingency for the GS discount . When you call you get a recording saying “no reservations necessary, we always have space” so I wasn’t able to speak with anyone. Lots of mature trees, good shade and many spaces have a grass area. All have a concrete pad to park a vehicle on next to the trailer/RV space which is gravel. There is a larger central grass area that we excitedly thought we would use to play frisbee with the dog but the rules “in the envelope “ said no dogs on the grass”. The back borders a field and open space with a beautiful view. I love the idea of this park and would have rated it a 5 had there been a host present.

| Kimuz Kiwis

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-30 to 2019-05-31

Arrived at 8pm and thought we'd have to do self check in, but hosts came over and opened up office and checked us in, great people very helpful and lovely RV park, great showers and toilets. Would stay again for sure.