The turn radius's are nice (big rig friendly), security in the front is friendly. They have a nice office staff who were friendly. Down sides which bring this park down, rating wise, in my opinion is they charge $5.99 for 24 hours of internet access and the wifi does not cover all sites in the park. Being in the desert, this has nice landscaping. Their pull through sites are VERY narrow. Once your slides are out, you don't have room to walk on the concrete (on either side) so you end up stepping in the red colored mud created by the lack of landscape rocks. Aside from these two important items. The park is nice, we've been here before and if we camp in Las Vegas again, we'll probably come back.
This is a new park with new owners. The roads and sites are gravel but there was no dust and the sites were level. There is a very nice meeting room, laundromat, and lots of grass. The shade trees are new and some are starting to provide shade. We stayed in a 40 foot MH for 3 nights. The Salmon and Snake River are nearby with White Water Rafting nearby.
A very friendly RV park. The only complaint is that the sites aren't level and the sewer connection is too far back for a MH w/ towed. We had to place our front tires on blocks as the tires were coming off the ground with the leveler.
This park has very little grass, no shade trees. You feel like you are in a non-maintained parking lot as your MH will rock and roll down the bumpy dirt roads. They have poor radius's for turning into your site. The water pressure is very low, we had to compensate with our water pump. The showers are run down, restrooms are clean but very old. We would NOT stay here again, would prefer to camp along side the road.