Tried to call to set up reservation but the phone just gives you a busy signal
Nice park and beautiful view of Lake Meade. Park was well set up and clean. Laundry facilities were excellent, we did not use the baths or showers. We had the lake front view which are new sites with concrete pads. Electrical, water, sewer and cable were up to date. Internet was adequate. Paid $45 plus tax for the one nite. Its on the Park system property but, is managed by forever resorts. You have to pay to get in the park $10. We have the year pass. Otherwise we enjoyed the view. Hoover Dam is about 5 miles away and we grocery shopped at Boulder City nearby. Park recycles, bins were throughout park.
Would give more stars of they charged what their Web site says the price is. Web page says $45 but they charge over $50 for the lake view. Never again.
We are a Family with kids and our older 89 boulder was welcome here which was a breath of fresh air in relation to most southern Nevada rv parks. The view is spectacular and the park is well kept by a friendly staff. The internet connection was a bit flakey but the free cable tv helped make up for that a bit. This has been a wonderful place to stay.
This is a great park. The staff is fantastic and very helpful. The Park is well maintained and there are many dog stations that are always full of poop bags. The views are amazing and the laundry is reasonably priced. I was going to stay at another RV stop within the Lake Mead Recreation Area, but it was too much like a parking lot, luckily the RV Village had a space available for me. I even extended my stay because I enjoyed myself so much. The Park is close to many hiking trails, you can get a good map when you enter the Recreation Area, but you have to ask for it. I would highly recommend this Park.
We didn't have a lake view site (back in) put our pull thru site had a wonderful view of the lake. The Lake View sites are more expensive and have nothing blocking the view. The pads there are concrete under the RV with a large concrete patio to the side. The pull thru site we had was a bit tight but very long. There was a concrete patio next to our RV. The guy next to us said we could park our truck in his slot next to our 5th wheel if he could park his Jeep behind our RV next to his RV. That worked out fine. We didn't use the laundry or bathrooms. Needed the 50 amp electric for AC all night. Enjoyed our stay here. The people at the desk were very nice. The morning sky was red and magnificent.
High price for a lake view yes. You still have to drive to the lake. Got only one toilet badge which wasnt working. Wifi wasnt working either. Was kinda out of luck... Overall wayyy to expensive for what you get.
We stayed in an upper terrace pull through overlooking Lake Mead. The mornings just before sunrise were breathtaking. The pull through site was very long (we didn't have to unhook our motorcycle trailer) and the hookups were in all the right places. There was a nice picnic table and the sky was wide o pen for satellite reception. It was very hot so thankfully there was a marina a mile down the road where you can rent pontoon and speed boats. And there is a Colorado rafting company that picks up at the office.
Basically quiet over Thanksgiving weekend. Lake level is very low, but not the park s fault. Do be aware you will have to either have a pass or pay the $25 for a one week pass
Awesome sunrises and Great Lake view. Park is reasonably clean and spaces are wide concrete pads. Be sure to visit valley of fire state park and Roger hot springs desert owasis were the little tropical fish will clean your feet, my wife loved it.
We arrived just before 5 and the ladies in the office were looking pretty tired. We got our site with the lake view, but really far from the lake. Good concrete level site. One bathroom for the whole park, no AC, and one card for men and women. Every other street is trailers.
Great WiFi , bathrooms not so much!
Loved the setting. No highway noises, pretty easy in and out With our 45 MH + Toad. Very little grass for the pup, but made do. Park needs some cleaning of the communal areas. Staff was very helpful- thank you Don! Our front view was spectacular- overlooking Lake mead. Close to Hoover dam, about 1hour to Las Vegas strip. Boulder City had 2 great restaurants- fox bbq and Coffee cup diner. Nice little clothes boutique in same are, called Lady Boutique. We would definitely stay again! Used our National Park pass so we didn t have to pay the $25 for a week s stay.