||166 gravel sites, full hookup (30/50). pull-thrus (22X50), back-ins(20X40). There are also a number of places to park an RV in their Casino parking lot. They are building onto the park and will have about 150 more spaces in the near future.
Showers, restrooms (only when the office is open), dump station, CATV, public phone, ltd groceries, ltd RV supplies. At the Casino: pool, spa, exercise room, restaurants. Mother Nature provided some very nice amenities in the form of absolutely gorgeous sunsets reflected off the nearby hills.
There aren't a lot of trees for shade. Also, the laundry tends to be quite busy most of the time since the hotel guests and boondockers also use it. Also, watch out for flying golf balls. It was very easy to get into the park. While the lot was not paved, it was covered with tightly packed sand and small pea gravel.
There were a couple of small trees and some small bushes, but for the most part the park was as bleak as most of the desert surrounding it.
The employees were very friendly and helpful.
The park seemed to be picked up well enough and the laundry room and office were very clean. However, there were garbage cans at various sites which seemed to go several days before they were picked up.
NOTE: If you're into boondocking there are a number of spaces in the Avi Casino parking lot as well as many of the casinos in town where you can stay for free. Since the Avi is so far out of town (about 20 miles) if you're interested in seeing a number of the casinos I would definitely recommend staying at one of the casinos in town. There is also a paid RV park in town connected with the Riverside Casino. I really liked the Avi because a number of their sites overlooked the lake on the golf course. |
Received from Laura M for visit in Dec 2000
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