July 3, 2021 - reviewed by Pat
Stayed here in June. Clean and quiet. Spaces are big and easy in and out. Clean bathrooms and many site's have a cover and BBQ. Problem is that they don't take reservations. It's first come first serve. Locals come and park their trailers, campers, picnic tables, chairs and ice chests on Monday to save the spots.
January 4, 2020 - reviewed by Josepaddle
Nice And Easy
Well maintained. Close to highway. On the lake. Early January electric only. Does have dump station and potable water at station.
November 14, 2019 - reviewed by Lisa
Nice Campground Dog Friendly
Nice clean campground not to far off the highway
Lots of areas to run dogs
2 loops for camping 1 with full hookups 1 with out
Dump and water for a fee
Each site has firepit and shelter
Paved big rig friendly
May 20, 2019 - reviewed by AmyR
Nice Place For Horse Layovers.
Park has 3 pipe corral pens for horse layovers.
September 28, 2018 - reviewed by Jeff
Stopped here for a couple days on my way to Napa. Sites are 1st come and although there are no hookups, the Park was packed. Sites vary, but most are fairly decent in size with a fair amount of room between. Although crowded, the park was very quiet. One shower room was down for maintenance, but the other was open. Overall good facilities for the price. Will definitely stop again if my travels take me through this area.
August 20, 2018 - reviewed by Rick
Great Campground Between Cities
This campground is at a well maintained state park with level, well spaced sites, some with trees for shade. There are many hiking trails leaving the campground either through the sagebrush flats, along the sandy lake, or up into the hills across the highway. Equestrians have a group camp. Four-wheelers can explore all the way to Virginia City on the historic Ophir Grade nearby. Small town stores, bar, restaurants, gas, propane is two miles to the east. The camp is adjacent to the day use area with shady beach/picnic areas and a boat launch. The lake is full now and is sparsely used by water skiers, jet skiis, sail and kite boards, etc depending on conditions. Some days are dead calm and others are quite windy in typical high desert fashion. Call Washoe Lake State Park if you are concerned about the lake level in drought years.
May 27, 2017 - reviewed by 2oldies
Lots of birds, nice park
September 24, 2016 - reviewed by Tev
The RV park is nice. No hookups, but they do have a dump station. They also have a shower. The lake is currently dry as another reviewer mentioned.
August 15, 2015 - reviewed by The Other Guy
The Part Of Lake Needs To Be Removed
So nice and clean but the word lake. Red to be removed they is nooooooooo water. So we just did a day visit only after seeing no water.
August 5, 2015 - reviewed by Jay
$17 a night non-resident, $15 a night resident. Well kept place. Free warm showers and nice enough restrooms. There is currently no water in the lake but a lovely place anyway.