|Daily||$36.00 - $36.00|
Love the Pinnacles but the RV park was only... meh. The staff was very friendly/helpful. My issues was the price. It is very overpriced for not having full hookups. They do have a dump station and place to get water, but there were a few times that people in the spot next to the fresh water station hooked their rv up to it even though it was for everyone - very frustrating when trying to fill up. The sites are also just dirt and very unlevel (adding to it that it was overpriced). Another issue was wifi. Probably my biggest issue. It's $10's per device (no matter if you stay 1 day or 14 days) and it only 'works' by the office. I use work loosely because it barely works and is super slow. Not a big deal usually, but no cell reception and no way to contact family except online during our extended stay. So it's incredibly crappy that they charge you so much for wifi that sort of works. With how much you spend there and how crappy it works -it should be free. Oh and you also have to have a staff member re enter the password if it boots you off (which does happen). Bathrooms smelled awful, we ended up just using the shower in the rv even though it meant more trips to the dump station. Pretty crowded, but it's fun going when it isn't busy and the hikes are very enjoyable. We saw condors, coyotes, deer, jack rabbits, bobcats, and turkeys during our stay.
Good of you are self contained. There was no electricity the first pm and no water last morning.
There is electric, a dump, and water within 5 minutes of walking distance. Or you can get a spot without electric. There is five restrooms at the campsites, a store, and a pool. Everything is very clean including the showers.