Bailey's Hot Springs RV Park
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Uneven grounds. Not well suited for large MH. definitely has character though!
Great Relaxing place to sty.
I have stayed at Baileys Hot Springs many times and each time I go there it gets better. The folks that manage the place are friendly and a pleasure to be around. The bon-fires in the evening are great and the company matches. I will be there again during Beatty Days 2014 first weekend of November. Our BTW Triker Assn. chose Baileys because of it pleasant atmosphere and because its just a great place.
Love hot Springs :-)
Highlight are the hot Springs.
very friendly stuff.
Baileys Hot Springs and RV Park
Rustic and charming. Just off Route 95 north of Beatty NV. Very helpful staff. Good WiFi but no AT&T signal. Main features are the three 100+ year old Natural Hot Springs rooms. Free to residents, as often as you like. Very warm, hot and hotter! We used them 3 times in two days. We would stay again!
I want to correct a review I saw somewhere that stated that the State Route 374 from Beatty to Death Valley (and the ghost town of Rhyolite) was "dirt and very rough". Totally wrong! Either it was a very old review or he had never been there! The road is a normal state road, sealed well and has speed limits between 25 and 55 mph. We went all the way into Death Valley in a rented 25ft RV with no problem. Visit the Beatty Museum and watch the video of the valley first (open 7/52). Two days are not enough for Beatty. We'd come again.
We stayed at this RV Park on 15 July. The owners were very nice and the hotsprings a lovely break from a days driving. We build a fire in the designated tons and wood was provided bij the owner, all the kids present came round with their marshmallows. We had a very good time there. The shower and toilet is spacious and clean. We continued our way well rested and with a smile on our faces.
I really liked this place due to its quiet and rustic setting. This is right on HWY 95 so, one does hear road noise in the background, but after awhile I completely forgot it. Several large cottonwood trees dot the RV Park setting. The road and the pads are compressed dirt. Picnic tables are throughout. Elec & water hook ups. The best thing about this park is its natural hot springs. There are 3 of them with varying temperatures enclosed in separate buildings. You can lock the door and go natural. The staff was friendly and helpful. I didn't use their bathrooms; however, I got a peak. They are relatively clean and functional, but definitely not 5 star. Absolutely no cell phone service or Wi-Fi. I didn't even attempt satellite TV. It appears that his RV Park needs a lot of upgrades, repairs and remodeling and it is on the market to be sold. Still, I would come again and stay longer.
Whoever thought 'Let's build a RV Park next to these natural hot mineral springs' is a genius!
The park itself is quaint - mostly pull thru's, with nice shade trees and a picnic table. The RV Office is an old RV, with super friendly folks. Pricing is based on the number of people in your rig, as your RV site includes use of the hot springs.
There are three springs of varying temps, each in a private building (which are old railroad buildings). You're allowed 30-40 minutes at a time in each room to yourself. The springs are open from 8a - 8p, however the camp showers are open 24/7 and use the same mineral spring water.
An absolutely relaxing place to stop when driving in/out of Las Vegas or Death Valley.
Downsides? The park is pretty close to the highway 95, so there is highway noise. And cell signal ain't so great. AT&T was off network Edge, and Verizon was 2G with intermittent signal.