What can I say? You are in the middle of nowhere and it's about the only game in town. The good things: (1) new, nice, and clean restrooms and showers; (2) free cable with plenty of channels; (3) free WiFi that actually works, is usable, and is fast; and (3) friendly and helpful owners. The bad thing: (1) the ambiance here is zero (close side-by-side gravel sites.....this not a place where you want to sit out under your awning and take in the view), and (2) lots of permanent residents ringing four sides of the park, with the usual issues (e.g., old trailers, way too much "stuff"in the yard. loose dogs, etc.) Not certain I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not much to look at park but for an overnight after driving 585 miles it was just what I needed. Friendly check in, had to ask if they took Good Sam to get my discount, they did so that was a plus. A list of the cable TV channels would have been nice and I suggested that. Gas station and Mexican restaurant close by for the road-weary. Quiet place to rest your head for the night. I would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for two days and thought it was quite over-priced for what you got. It was all soft gravel with side-by-side hook-ups and the pull throughs were actually two back-to-back back-ins. They were only pull throughs when both ends were empty. Restrooms and showers were clean but there is only two rooms. Laundry area was very cramped with some machines in a garden shed. Would only stay here again if the price was more reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Manager greeted us as soon as we pulled in. Very friendly and helpful. Even though the park was not in our new Passport America Book, they gave us the Passport rate. New owner/management. Cable TV is coming. Restrooms and showers are in the works. Level sites all gravel. Next door to the grocery store in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this RV Park because it was the only one available in Alamo and it was late in the day. The person who checked us in was friendly, they had both pull-through and back-in space available and we selected the pull-through because she said that Wi-Fi was not available in the back-in sites. The whole parking was gravel except for a couple of trees in the pull-through area but were pretty level. The sites were designed to accommodate 2 units with one facing one way and one the other but there was not enough space for 2 units if your rig had any slides. There were no washrooms or bathrooms available. I believe this park is overpriced for what you get. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I stopped by another RV park that didn't have any sewer hook-ups and they advised me of this place. What a wonderful stay with pleasant people and grassy areas and a steam that run through the East side of the park. I would recommend any one to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I wish I knew about this place last year when I stayed at a nearby, overpriced, RV Park in Alamo. All campsites are along the eastern side of the Upper Pahranagat Lake. Being a wildlife refuge it is a birder's paradise. There were hundreds of birds of various types. It was great waking up to the morning calls of the ducks. The views are spectacular, especially at sunset. There is no charge for camping, only a 14 day limit over a 30 day period. No hookups of any kind, just a few pit toilets. No generators allowed. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.