We have a 40 foot motorhome and a tow car. We payed $31.00 and stayed one night. Jim was the person who checked us in and he was friendly and personable. Our spot and all the spots we saw had a slab you could step out of your rig onto but the rest of the spot was dirt. Working in the dirt with your sewer and water hose etc is no fun if you like to keep your stuff clean. The sewer connection had a large cast iron 90 degree entry hook-up which you could only stick your 90 degree sewer pipe end into and it would not screw in so you had to go find a large rock (Jim's instruction's when I called him about it) to hold it in place. It was a nasty business that leaked a little and when I disconnected there was you know what all over the outside end of my 90 degree connection that had to be cleaned off. In addition to that any water that is spilled on the ground instantly turns into mud which clings to your pipe and hoses and there is no way to clean it off as everything is dirt and your slab on the other side of your rig has no water hose. I thought about using the picnic table close by the hookups but after I looked at the table I noticed that others had been using it for cleaning up and there was caked on material that was definitely "you know what" on the bench and table top. Disgusting. It's really too bad because this is such a good location on Highway 15, just south of Las Vegas which is great for those of us who do not want to stay in the "Las Vegas beehive". If they would put down some gravel over the dirt around the rental spots and change those cast iron 90's on the sewer connections? We liked Jim but we probably would not stay there again
This park is NOT named Latchstring it is Eagle RV Park, all the info given is for Eagle. A bit tight, but lots of shade trees & well kept, we paid $36.00 for the night, they very courteous & helpful. Would stay again if we ever came this way again.