Sites not so big. Need very long hose for sewer. Restrooms not very clean. Showers near pool dirty. Fast wifi. All for $37
Great place to stay if you are in a desert! Our 25ft RV fitted nicely in the spot. There were small trees around each spot. A bit low, so little shade. The restrooms are near the pool, a walk of a few minutes. They are spacious and clean. The pool is nice, especially in a desert! There is an expensive store and bar if you want to have some company.
Stayed there one night (19th May 2014). Cost was $37 full-hook up. A bit steep price but also had access to the pool which made up for it. Also had access to sports gear like tennis rackets... Pool and showers were clean. Rv sites were good for a small rv and were separated by trees but they didn't give much shade. Wifi was available but slow and inconsistent. Restrooms were a bit far from the rv sites.
They say they have WIFI. BS! Sites are very tight to get into.
First of all, you don't stay at the Ranch. RV's stay in Fiddler's Camp behind the gas station which is dry camping only, with supposed access to public restrooms but we couldn't find them. It's one large gravel parking lot with poles set up to show RV spaces. So the RV's are REAL close to each other. Some spaces have picnic tables, some don't. You do get full access to all the resort amenities (pool, spa, game area). Which is nice. But for $10 you might as well stay across the street at Sunset Campground and get day use at the pool.
There is some confusion for reviews and pictures for this site. The RV park is the Furnace Creek Ranch. The four star resort nearby is called the Inn at Furnace Creek. Many of the photos on this RV page are for the four star resort. This is a review for the lodge, camp site and RV Park at the Furnace Creek Ranch. This place is a worthwhile stay but make no mistake this is not a four star resort. Pretty worn out RV park which is adjacent to all of the worker housing which I have no problem with but the worker accommodations are pretty sketchy and run down. Too bad. Other parts of the resort are nicer. I'd stay here again though.
Platz ist ein geschotterter Parkplatz ohne Anschlüsse. Die Ranch ist zu Fuß ca. 10 Minuten entfernt. Am warmen Pool (leider wenig erfrischend, aber mitten in der Wüste) gibt es Duschen. Kleiner Shop der Ranch gleich nebenan. Nach Fahrt durch das karge Death Valley ist die Oase eine nette Abwechslung.
Found this place after going to the Death Valley national park visitor info desk. I didn t have anything booked and the lady left me know my options. I am in a camper am and the only real use or meee for me would be electricity for a fan or heater depending on weather conditions. I had lot 1205 (or lot 5 as you drive in. Directly in front of my van nose were the toilets although no showers. Those are found at the spring fed pool which is warm year round and a great place to hang out before taking a shower and heading back for the night. He pool closes around 11pm. There are a few eating options available if you don t want to make yourself something. I can recommend their popular Mulligans burger if you like meat.
This review is for the Fiddlers Green campground located at the Ranch at Furnace Creek. This campground is a gravel parking lot with fairly well defined parking areas. Each site has a picnic table. The sites are fairly close to each other. There are NO HOOK-UPS of any kind in this campground. There are several fire pits located in the center of the lot for anyone to use. Part of your nightly fee includes the use of the swimming pool at The Ranch Resort. Little to no WiFi.