RV Parks & Campgrounds


Fort Amargosa RV Park

4.0 Stars 4.0 -  4 Reviews  $
(775) 372-1178
Amargosa Valley, Nevada
         

Information

Amenities
Water, Electric, Fifty Amp, Sewer, Pets allowed

Reviews

October 3, 2:58pm - reviewed by George
4.0 Stars   
Armagosa Stop Over
We stay here every year as it is our midway stop from AZ to NorCal. Level spots, really friendly host and helpers. Laundry room and clean showers. Resturant up front has only improved every year the more we come. Highly recommend staying. Good place to wait out wind storms. Free WiFi as well. Just ask for the code from host or gas station. A very little bit of road noise at night from big truck air brakes, but not enough to be noticeable inside.

August 15, 1:09pm - reviewed by R&M
4.0 Stars   $25
Great Spot For A Night
A big park with few visitors. Easy in/out flat sites only $25/night, with well laid out hook-ups. Huge laundry and restrooms with big showers. The Office is an old Class A motorhome past the laundry building. If it's locked wait in front of it for 30 seconds and the park manager will be there. Restaurant, store, and gas station in front, and Area 51 gift shop across the highway. Would definitely stay again. It was the halfway point between Phoenix and Reno.

March 18, 10:24am - reviewed by Fuseinator
4.0 Stars   
Good overnight spot
We stopped here for an overnight stay on our way to Phoenix. For $25, we had a friendly host, level site, all hookups and quiet neighbors. Some highway noise but that's usual for any rd park next to the highway. Fuel stations, convenience store, and restaurants within walking distance.

April 29, 8:58pm - reviewed by Ed
4.0 Stars   $25
Middle Of Nowhere Nice
I stayed for one night after not liking what I saw in Beatty (cramped locations) but was too tired to make Pahrump. This RV Park turned out quite nice. It was quiet, the sites are level, the hook ups are easy & the man running the park is very helpful. The sites are gravel with small trees and are adequately spacious. There's showers & a laundry but I didn't use them or visit them. In front there's a gas station & store. There's a very large space between the park & the road to walk pets. Traffic noise is not too noticeable either. Sci-fi fans will beam across the street to the "Area 51 Space Alien Travel Plaza" fuel & restaurant stop. Good luck trying not to buy any alien suvioneers! Like the tequila or vodka in alien head shape bottles. In back is the maybe world famous Bunny Ranch but I don't know what kinda "bunnies" are there. (Yes Dear- Honest!). I enjoyed my stay at the RV Park more than I thought & would stay again.