Thursday, September 16, 2010

Two Rv Parks Battle Mountain and Minden Nevada

We found a new RV Park in Battle Mountain Idaho called Clark Park.  It is not especially pretty and there are no amenities but what is great about it is that the full hook up spaces are huge.  I see large motorhomes sometimes pulling boats and wonder where they they can park overnight.  These RV spaces are perfect and right off of I 80 in Nevada.  You can walk to a drugstore, grocery store, fast food and Family Dollar so no need to unhook. 
The second park is in Minden Nevada 10 miles from Carson City.  Here the RV Park is attached to CarsonValley Inn a casino resort with lots of ammenities.  The RV park is shaded with lovely trees and you are allowed to use the resorts pool and spa and of course gamble (or not). The restaurants there are also wonderful.  This was Casper the Cats favorite park and walked everyone (on his leash)  There is an efficient kiosk for checking in.  Campers are friendly, groups gather and everyone is having a great time.  We spent 3 nights there on 2 separate trips.
 We can't live without our Trailer Life RV Parks, Campgrounds and Services Directory 2010. The ratings are helpful and they tell you if there are pull through or back in spaces, is wifi available, RV Supplies, Propane and lots more.


nancy huggins said...

Looks like a really neat place Judy..My son have a nice big camper and he leaves it parked at a campground all year in WI. Kind of like a home away from home. I stayed up there in his camper for a week in Phillips WI when he was starting a job up there (not there any more..he came back to IL) and after a week my back was killing me. The beds were O K but getting up and down into it was very hard on my back. You have such wonderful stories to share (and love the pictures) from your camping trips. Casper knows more than you think about what camp grounds are the best :)

Louise Sanchez HerbsCraftsGifts said...

I love your mix of RVing and the postcards. Makes me want to hit the road again. LOL , Louise

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