GOOD: Convenient, level, paved roads with gravel pull-thrus and back-ins, and full access to all GSR facilities. Plus there was a chili & beer competition on the premises while there for 2-nights. BAD: Road and airport noise, needed to sign for a key for the restroom, and very questionable long-term stayers... called "squatters" in most countries... and I'm pretty sure the site 3 spaces down was a crackhouse due to the recurring traffic thru the night. Unlikely to stay again despite convenience of being on the GSR property -- just didn't feel secure...
We were in close to the office. The space was long enough to accomodate our 63 ft length, which is sometimes hard to find in rv parks. This is a very nice park and friendly staff. However, it has no cable or wifi. That is the reason I only gave it three stars. I was able to pick up several stations with my digital TV antenna, though. You would think, in this modern age, that a resort of this caliber would at least have wifi in the rv park. We recently stayed at two different parks out in the middle of the desert. They both had cable and wifi. The prices shown on RV Parky are not accurate. They are now $44 - $48. It does have lots of activities on the grounds within walking distance. We liked the Splash Golf. It has a nice pool area with sandy beaches, also.
We stayed here 2years ago and found it great. Cement level spaces fenced dog area's. Shuttle service to the casino and back. Clean facility's , very friendly staff and very helpful. We plan on staying here on our next trip thru Reno . We just recommended this park to a friend for tonight. K&T Manoff.
Dogs (excluding certain breeds) are still allowed in the RV park. They are no longer allowed inside the hotel (any breed).
Great place to go if you like everything within walking distance. It is on casino grounds with restaurants and gaming close by. The only thing lacking is cable TV.
We are only here for one night, but when checking their web site, they no longer allow dogs. The power of social media. I don't think I would spend a week here, but it's good for a couple of nights.
The sites are of decent size and prices are reasonable. However, we have NEVER been at any RV park that has this much dog s..t all over the place, to include on the lawn in fron of the office entrance area. Then we walked over to the casino and approached the entry that is adjacent to 5he swimming pool area. Before we looked we could smell it. Dog c,,p everywhere! I'm not overstating this. The entire place could use some TLC and we could live with that, but the fact that there is dog s..t everywhere is something that insures that we will never return.
My husband and I have never been to Reno or the area before. I found this place online, I called to make a reservation for a few days, ended up staying 1 week. We went to the GSR for dinner and I played a little. We enjoy museums, went to the car museum (awesome), drove to Virginia City & also Carson City..Lots to do in the area. We enjoyed our stay in the RV park, it's clean, but several ratty rvs & people living there. That was the only disappointment of our stay. Would stay here again.
The park is on the grounds of the Grand Sierra Resort and casino. I'm seeing plenty of dogs around the RV Park but all are on leads and quite calm. Showers are older but clean. The east lot seems to be right under the flight path for the Reno International Airport, so lots of aircraft coming in for a landing at all hours, leave your radio on! You get all the amenities at the resort, spa, pools, hot tubs etc. Sat was $50, Sun + Mon are $40 for a pull through in the older section of the park.
If you're not interested in the paid resort spaces, ask for the truck parking lot. Free parking.
Just try to get a reservation and they told us if our unit was over 10 years old we couldn't come to the RV Park. Hey I get not wanting some broke down piece of junk in their RV park but really my unit is in a great condition no leaks no problems my buddies is the same at 45-foot this is ridiculous. Based on reviews I've been reading probably didn't want to stay there anyway!
$55 plus tax a night for a gravel spot, no WiFi, noises from airplanes and trains. We camped here one night with a motorhome on September 2018
Stayed here as a base while touring the area. Campsite is old and in a state of disrepair and it appears deliberate as there is talk they will close it as part of a redevelopment pkan for the Casino Resort. Washrooms were clean but old and many toilets in both washrooms/urinals in the mens were out of service. Door locks to the washrooms were malfunctioning and did not get repaired even after repeated reports to managers. Security phones were broken or missing. Shuttles from park were almost non-existant even though it eas listed that they run every hour. Most of the RV park was nothing more than an expensive parking lot. Wont stay here again and would not recommend it.