Traveling through in our 40x and needed a place for the night. Very pleasant! We have a a big Labrador and there is a big park right there for her to run. People are very nice. Small but very clean and peaceful. Will stay again on our way back thru in the fall! Antonio's I town is great for pasta and pizza. After a long day on the road very welcoming spot.
This is the only decent park in town. The woman running the place was very nice and helpful. Paid $30 for one night for a travel trailer, no discounts. Nice laundry room, superior cable connection and decent WIFI. For the antique lovers they have a working pay phone in a glass booth.
Ditto the same what others say.
Park is quiet and nice but has no cable tv. There was no one in the office so we self checked in only to discover that there was no tv, no wifi without a password, and no service on my cell phone. I was able to get the wifi password by using a pay phone (didn't know these still existed) and calling the phone number on my receipt. $30 . . not worth $15.
Nice little park. If your overnighting it's an easy in an easy out and all the utilities are very handy. Was rather impressed with the quality. I have a 38 foot with a total car and was able to get in to the spot nicely. Folks are nice scenery is beautiful.
After a very long day of traveling from Hawthorne NV we found Sully's RV Park on RV Parky. It is a small and quiet park with grass around each site and a beautiful park across the dead-end street. The restrooms are nice and clean and there are laundry facilities. The manager is nice and helpful. We will stay here again when we head south or when heading home again to Central Oregon. Thanks
We were tired and looking for a quite place to stay. And found it .very nice women at office.
The Park is very quiet and clean, Management and staff are very friendly. Restrooms and Laundry are never cleaned. There is no cable tv and wifi only by the office. However, it's the only place to stay in Alturas.
Everything was okay but not great. The showers were pretty clean, the spot was okay. Lots of full-time residents. Definitely not a destination Park but okay for overnight.
Located directly across street from attractive city park in a neighborhood on south end of town. Host Fred was very congenial. It appears sites set aside for overnighters are pull-throughs in a row along the quiet street that runs between Sully's and the city park, so view is nice and no traffic noise from Hwy 395. RV sites are clean, asphalt (as is interior circle drive) and level; hookups are in middle of RV pad and set in lawns that are between sites. Many full grown shade trees are in the park. Sully's is mostly populated by long-term (monthly) or permanent residents, many of whom apparently own chihuahuas or other small breed dogs. You'll hear them barking from time to time...