Grand Sierra Resort Casino & RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Walk to casino
Large concrete sites, nice laundry room, and we were able to park close to walk to casino. Husband said the shower did not drain while using. The biggest downfall was charley palmer steakhouse, and the Mexican restaurant that are in the casino. Ugh. If you can eat subs and burgers you'll probably be fine. A couple of the machines we were on had technical issues and we just went back to RV.
Just pulled in 5/2/16 The park is going downhill,Pull throughs are in need of repairs,a lot of dog waste all over,people do not pick up after there pets,they are working on the casino roof and the workers start at 7am the noise from the air compressor is
RV Park at GSR
We recently stated in the GSR RV Park in Reno, NV. We were very impressed with the services provided to us by Taylor McCulley. She made sure we knew about all the services provided by the park, and by the hotel. She arranged shuttle service to the hotel since I have a difficult time walking, and was always available to answer any questions that we might have. The laundry facility was clean, as was the park. We highly recommend staying there while visiting Reno. FYI, use your military discounts, very appreciated and accepted through out the park and hotel.
We spent 2 nights here. we will be back next time we are in Reno. Great place with 2 dogs the dog area's are great. fenced clean and poopy bags for clean up. The only problem is the gravel got between dogs toes.
frendly staff very helpful . The shuttle to the hotel and casino was great. We went up and had dinner one night.
The spaces were easy to get into and out and were very level and clean. we used the laundry and it was clean and well kept.
Next time we are in Reno this will be our stop for sure.
Great Spot former KOA
Good spot for exploring Reno. Clean, you get the use of hotel pool, spa and other facilities. Nice big sites, super clean restrooms
Not the Best Place but Not the Worst Either!
Our site was paid for by our employer but if we had paid ourselves it would have cost us a weekly rate of $154.67, including taxes and 10% AARP discount. The sites were paved and some looked very rough but ours was flat. We had a 40’ back-in but it did not seem deep enough to accommodate a 40 footer.
We worked with Scootaround at the Reno Air Races for most of our stay here which was probably for the best since there was some major construction going on right behind our rig, the daytime noise went on most of the day. The nights were really quiet and it was not extremely lit up so we were able to sleep good.
Using the hotel’s amenities, the pool, the spa and the exercise room was included but we did not take advantage of any of them.
At check-in, they had us sign a waiver due to the water pressure being at 100psi, they were not kidding. When we left the rig for an extended period of time, we turned off our water. When we turned it on, we hardly turned the knob and used our regulator but the pressure in the rig, especially the shower was so hard it just about blew us out of the shower and of course the toilet turned into a bidet, that was sort of nice but…
They had a big laundry facilities that worked very well. The restrooms and showers were clean and well maintained, the showers had locked individual doors for each one for privacy and safety.
We would recommend this place and if ever in the area, we would stay again.
Fun Place to Prep for Burning Man!
This has become our default spot to stop and do our last preps before heading out to Black Rock City for Burning Man. The staff here is super friendly, and you get full access to the casino/hotel amenities next door - such as the pool, spa, casino, movie theatre, bowling alley, restaurants, etc.
The bathrooms in the RV Park are first class - always well maintained & clean, and you're given card access to them. Great shower pressure too.
The park itself is a bit... bland. No trees, no shade and not much division between spaces. There is a hiking trail along the 'river' behind the park - but last we were here it was all torn up.
But this is a perfect spot for basing yourself out of before heading out to the playa. In years past they offered a burner discount, but this year just the 10% AAA discount was available.
We got great AT&T and Sprint 3G service - the parks free wifi was a bit unreliable.