Esmeralda RV Park & Campground
RV Parkwrite a review NV 264
Dyer, NV 264, Dyer NV 89010
GPS: 37.6664, -118.0636
|Last Price Paid:||$25|
|Number of Sites:||23|
38 Newmar Dutch Star
2014 Mazda 3 Hatchback
missbfine would stay here again
Reviewed May 25, 2017
The only reason I gave it 4 out of 5 is because it is in the middle of nowhere!
Linda the owner is very friendly, warm and inviting.
The deli has good lunch during the week.
Access: Easily accessible from the main road, large open spaces to turn and pull into.
Location: The middle of nowhere but if you are driving south from 95 to this location it is BEAUTIFUL. It lays just east of the White Mountain range which is beautiful and almost the same height as the Sierra Nevadas, which are just an hour and a half drive away.
Cleanliness: Sites were maintained though with it being spring some trees could stand to be trimmed down a little. They have bathrooms but I didn't use them.
Site Quality: Large cottonwoods surround each Rv site and the entire property, good for keeping down the wind and provides shade and the most pleasant smell. All connections worked well and the wifi was the best of any park I have stayed at.
Noise: It is off the main road but there is barely any traffic. Only the sounds of birds and sprinklers occasionally.
The craziest part of our visit here was that my alma mater had a geoscience trailer set up there, with students working on their masters theses. I assume this is why the wifi is so excellent? I learned so much about the Furnace Creek fault line and geology in general. We drove from Dyer into Bishop one day and went to see the Bristlecone pines, but the road still had snow so we didn't make it all the way. The scenic outlook on this drive is NOT to be missed.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
Have you written a blog post
about Esmeralda RV Park & Campground?
- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- Full Hookups
- picnic table
- general store
- restrooms: onsite
Owners, contact us to update your listing.
Big Pine, California