Tonopah Station Casino RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 30 Amps
I clicked on directions to park, and it took me to the middle of town, Tonopah Station is on the south side of town on Hwy95
RV Park Bear Bones Basics No Frills
Most recent stay was 05-11-16 [I’m late with submitting my review] ~ We camp in a "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area.
Well we DID get fairly close to the restrooms so that was good, but that’s about it. Like previous reviews, there are full hookups in the parking lot behind the casino – no picnic table but there is a big trash barrel. Don’t recommend hauling out the lawn chairs and of course no green-way between other RV’s which are sandwiched together.
The restrooms/showers are adjacent to the loading dock; they have private locked doors unisex style (2) only. Older setup – 50’s era but they’re roomy and water is hot with good pressure, and all in 1 single room like a being at home – so so on the cleanliness but they didn’t smell; wear your clogs.
Ouch, horrible service!
The RV park's OK, the staff, all except the bartender and change person should be fired and replaced with people who like to work; they give 'losing' at gambling, it's gambling' a whole new meaning. The food is horrible and bad service made it worse. We'll never stay at this place again.
Ok for an overnight stop
Yes, it's a parking lot behind a casino...but it's ok if you need a place to stay while passing through. Has wifi, laundry, grocery store, restaurant, etc. Would stay here again.
Big truck parking lot
Parking lot. Lots of big rigs. No hookups. No designated sites.
Free casino parking.
Not level sites, dumpy. Trashy. Noisy dogs barking everywhere. The "park" is a thoroughfare for cars going from the highway to the houses behind. They roar right past your RV. Just about 10 miles north of town is a nice quiet rest area, that doesn't allow big rigs. That will be where we stay next time.
Worse than a parking lot. Not level . Dirty . Junk everywhere.
Noisy. The Only good thing is you can actually hook up to wi-fi
OK for One Night
This is a paved asphalt parking lot with RV spaces with full hookups along the back side. There is a Ramada Inn motel, casino, and restaurant on site. There is also a grocery/drug store on site. I had a power fluctuation when connected to 50 amp and the power was on the low side of 110. So, this park is OK for one night on the trip to-from Vegas and Reno.