By user-5852782037827584 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-10-01 to 2015-10-03
Long process to register and only one clerk available. Took approximately 20 minutes to register. Nice clean bathrooms and Laundry rooms. Very disappointed that wifi was not included as advertised. Wifi is handled by an outside provider for $9.00 per day.
By user-5897660417441792 on 2017-10-23.
Park is tiered which means you can see the lights! Large back in site, park vehicle between our camper and the one next to us. Across the street from Riverside Casino, very convenient. Would definitely stay here again.
By user-5773552456826880 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-09-16 to 2016-09-17
I love that we didn't need reservations and rolled up at 11:30pm and found a spot with 50amp, water and sewer. Definitely would come again!
By user-5485216808304640 on 2017-10-23.
We have been on the road for almost 4 weeks now and this has been the best shower. Location is across the street from the Riverside Casino which is on the Colorado River. Spectacular views of the river and mountains. Spaces are adequate (gravel and hardtop), but the showers make up for that. Very friendly check in. Nice green grass on berm, nice touch in the desert.
By user-6415544322359296 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-12-05 to 2015-12-19
Big rig friendly; FHU; 30-50 amp; free cable; wi-fi provided by outside provider and not guaranteed at every spot; asphalt streets; back-ins, pull-ins, pull-thrus; gravel, dirt with some cement patios; $108.85/week including electric and taxes
By user-5898767155331072 on 2017-10-23.
Extremely over priced compared to other RV parks in the area across the river on the AZ side. You can get 50 amp hooks ups on AZ side for about half the price. The only advantage is you will be a couple of miles closer to the casinos in Laughln. Most of Riverside RV park only offers 30 amps. Not enough power for warm days. .
By user-5298077813964800 on 2017-10-23.
We've been traveling for the last 6 months... with AARP $27.00 a nite!! Nice asphalt roads, electric , cable with over 100 channels, great AT&T full reception.
By user-6415544322359296 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-12-19 to 2015-12-21
By user-4997094162563072 on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2018-03-07 to 2018-03-08
Overflow lots have you crammed in with no space to speak of. We couldn’t open our main slide outs (we have a 36 ft 3 slides). You are literally facing door to door with your neighbor.
By user-5742744642781184 on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-03-08 to 2018-03-09
Stayed one night in the overflow area. It was the worst. With slides open you are only two feet away from your neighbor. Not kidding. No room for chairs or awning. Barely room for the slide outs. Would not stay in the overflow again.
By user-6693902898167808 on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2017-10-31 to 2018-01-06
Great views from the tiered spaces! Laundry rooms very clean. There is a casino shuttle service that picks you up and takes you back to your space - very convenient! Lots of great restaurants to choose from, too. Our only complaint was the wind - it seemed to never stop. But didn't spend much time outside anyway. If you stay at this park you also have access to the hotel swimming pools and other facilities. We have a space reserved for this fall, too.
By anonymous-user on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-05-19 to 2018-06-02
$30 a night or $120 a week for a 50 Amp full hookup site. ($133 with tax included). If you book for a week you get two free buffet tickets (worth $35-$40, we recommend the Friday night seafood or the Sunday champagne brunch). The use of the hotel pool is included with your RV park rent. The restrooms are amazingly clean, according to my husband (I haven't looked since it's full hookups). There are multiple laundry facilities. There is a small dog park that they keep stocked with bags so people pick up the poo for the most part. AT&T and Verizon both work here. They also have Wifi that you can pay for. I don't know how good it is. The park is an eclectic mix of full time or long term residents that are either retirees or employees, plus a good mix of shorter term people. There's a free shuttle from here to the casino that runs 24/7. If you've never been here before and join their club, you get a buy one get one free buffet ticket and a bunch of coupons for all of their amenities. In addition to the casino, they have a bowling alley, laser tag, two arcades, seven restaurants, pool tables, dart boards, movie theater, supervised kids play area, boat tours. Don Laughlin's car collection, a day spa and hair salon. Everyone we have met who works here is helpful and friendly. The casino is right on the Colorado river, and there are many places to rent jet skis or take boat rides nearby. There's also the Riverwalk that goes along the riverfront and lets you get to all of the other casinos and restaurants near here. It's only a couple of miles from Lake Mojave's Katherine's Landing. Bullhead City, Arizona is a few minutes drive across the river and has Sam's Club, Wal Mart, several nice parks, and pretty much any kind of shopping you might need. It's the desert, so plenty of sunshine and very little shade. Our site has a hill just to the west, so we get shade earlier than most when the sun goes down. It was nice when we got here a week and a half ago with highs in the low 90s and lows in the low 70s, and we were able to sit out comfortably in the morning and evening (no bugs!). This week is up over 100 and it's a bit miserable out there. We will definitely include this on our "we'd recommend it and go back there ourselves" list! (But probably not for the summer).
By user-6435847464812544 on 2019-08-09.
Booked 2 spots long before we got there and got stuck in the overflow. Lots are way off level and cramp big time. Alot of old rv's with junk all around. There was inches between my slide and my neighbor.
By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.
We stayed at the top level, 2 inner alternating pull thru sections and outer back ins, plenty of space in between. Verizon service good, clean laundry facilities, free shuttle. Stayed 2 weeks here to explore the area, nice rides on motorcycle to Hoover Dam, Lake Havasu, Oatman, and bicycle ride to nearby Greenway Park/Trail to Davis Dam.
By user-6198323123322880 on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-20 to 2019-05-22
Just okay for a casino camp ground. They charge extra for pull through sites charge extra for Wi-Fi. casino is showing it's age I ask for a site with a view of the valley they gave me one looking at a sand bank. Problem is there isn't much available unless you go across the river to bullhead City. Would only recommend as a last resort
By user-4632503696752640 on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-24 to 2019-07-29
Well we knew it was going to be a hot week, but stayed here to visit family in Kingman. Paid $109 plus tax for whole week. They are no longer giving the buffet tickets, even though they still have a special for 2 nights at the hotel which includes the tickets. Temps were 110 or above so we only stayed 5 nights. A/C could not get the travel trailer below 90 degrees until an hour after dark, and we have 1500 btu....
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