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15 RV Parks near Stagecoach, Nevada
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stagecoach. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stagecoach in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $17.00
I picked this campground because I am a history bluff who grew up on western movies, and it was a hot day and I needed shade for my tent. It met these needs. Loved seeing the ruins of the old fort. The shade was great but the small black flies were not. The good news was they did not bite. This is not the state park's fault. Summer time near a river you get bugs. Had I been in my travel trailer it wouldn't have been a big deal, but for tenters it is a royal pain. The campground needs work. The pit toilets were clean but smelled like a privy. Most parks have gone to the composting toilets which have almost no smell. The campsites were dirt--there were traces of gravel from very long ago. There were train tracks near by but I never saw or heard a train. There were only 5 campers including the host. The sites were easy to get into and there were some big rig, pull thru sites. This could be a great campground with gravel sites and composting toilets but it hasn't seen any upgrades in many years. I probably would not camp here again. - NT2013
Aug 2015 - $17.00
About the only good thing I can say is that the huge, majestic cottonwood trees all through out the campground make for a pleasant late afternoon, even in August. Small, wooden bridge across a dry creek just before entering the campground made me think more that twice before crossing it. Gravel/dirt pathways throughout campground are mostly being reclaimed by bordering trees and brush. Don't even open the door on the pit toilets! They appeared not to have been cleaned in quite a while. There was only one other camper in the entire facility so I assume the 5 or 6 state park vehicles I saw at the entrance (Ft. Churchill state historical park) must concentrate on that aspect or the facility. Water spigots interspersed throughout but did not use. With a bit of effort on the part of the parks department, this could be a real gem in the middle of the blazing desert (even with pit toilets!). Would not stay here again unless I hear that they've made some efforts at clean up or if I was stuck for a night. - pyrthkr
May 2015 - $1.00
The Sam Buckland Campground is park the the Nevada State Parks system. It is part of Fort Churchill State Park. The sites are tucked away in a grove of trees below the old fort. There are pull throughs and back in sites. There is a dump station at the camp ground entrance and there are a few places around the camp to get fresh water. Most sites are very well shaded. The Carson River is nearby and makes for some nice nature walks. The rail road line nearby is rarely used. This is an excellent place for history fans as Fort Churchill is part of the Pony Express Trail. I camp here often as this is one of my favorite places to get away and relax. - KofNV
Jun 2019 - $45.00
Nice to be set back from any busy highway. Office management very friendly and helpful. The manager who has 40 years handling big rigs will even park your vehicle for you if you don't feel comfortable with the tightness of a back-in slot. - JWM1946
Jun 2019 - $45.00
We stayed here in 2014 when we moved to Dayton and now again as we move away. There are improvements in that time...a cleaner dog area, nicer staff and artificial grass. Concrete and black top all around and personal help in backing into your site! Sites are tight, but clean. They also helped with connecting our cable box ($50 returnable fee) got us lots of channels on the TV! Table for each site and clean laundry room. - 1yearusa
May 2019 - $48.00
We stayed here one night. The park looks nice and is relatively small. The sites are concrete with artificial grass in between, so there's no gravel or sand to deal with. We tried to get over-the-air TV with our antenna, since we were pretty close to Reno, but could only get FOX! Then, wanting the network channels, we hooked up to the park cable connection and could only get 2 obscure channels. I went to the office to ask about cable service and a channel guide. The only lady there didn't seem to know anything about the cable system or guide. She said she couldn't find the manager, but when she found him she "will have him come see you." Evidently, either she never found him or he chose to ignore us as we never saw or heard from him. So, we ended up just watching cable channels on our dish satellite. When we checked in they had a sign on the office door saying "closed on Wed. and Thurs". How in the world do you run an RV park when you're closed 2 days a week??? - Jim & Di
Jul 2019 - $17.00
If you are stay daily or weekly great, Monthly forget it. Learn to read your meter and take a picture of the meter. They mark up the food they buy at Smith's down the hill. food and propane too high . If you pay month to month don't get them mad at you or you go from monthly to 28 day. There are only to 50 amp spaces. $525.00 a month plus power. - abander
May 2019 - $50.00
Nice little park walking distance from town. If you're into history a must stop. It is a climb up a winding road and a tedious descent down but not dangerous just watch your speed. While there have dinner at the Cider Factory gourmet dining at non gourmet prices. - J.M. Wade
Jun 2018 - $46.00
We stay long term at the park because of the history of Virginia City. There are a multitude of things to do in the area. The views are magnificent!! The new owners (since Nov 2017), a British couple, are the best. The staff is cordial and helpful. There is a comprehensively stocked market and a laundromat on site. There is also a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, at reasonable prices, on the grounds. - Pete Koop
Jan 2018 - $23.00
Awful place to stay. Bathrooms are disgusting. Laundry room never cleaned except by another tenant. WiFi does not work even though it's offered by the park. Would not ever recommend this place to anyone. I should I have called the health department on them. - Past tenant
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Wi-Fi strong near the office, I stayed in site #4 - no clue further away. As with all public Wi-Fi, it becomes useless when lots of people try to access it. Was good until evening then, not so much.
Pull-through site, full concrete with tiny spots of grass, no shade.
Site narrow with little room for parking errors so my extended slide would clear the electrical pedestal. Had to 'go around' twice to get it right.
Helpful & friendly office person on check-in.
Seems to have lots of permanent residents judging by the clutter around and under the various rigs. Some, well, they've seen better days.
As a transient stopover: works fine. I did not check the rest rooms or laundry. I would stay again if I needed a place to get water or dump tanks. - Retired-n-Roamin
Aug 2016 - $16.00
Very nice park. A lot of permanent residents, but well kept and quiet. Wifi worked great. Park is convenient to everything.
All the sites appeared to run low in the front. To have been completely level, would have made our step quite high, so made do with being somewhat low.
We will stay here again, if in the area. Camp host was very helpful. Reservations are recommended as they are quite popular. - vwbluestar
Sep 2015 - $34.00
All sites are concrete with vehicle parking area next to rv site. Hook-ups face neighbor site not yours. There are two RV parks right next to each other which made it easy to miss the entrance to Fernley RV Park.
Fernley RV Park has a block wall facing W.Main Street. Go down Marie Dr., which looks like a long driveway to get to the office & entrance to the RV Park. - MAFLAF
Sep 2012 - $32.00
There are five sites remaining and the others are across a fence and are being torn out as part of another project. It would be a little hard for big rigs but they could do it. Pool was wonderful as was the hot tub. Showers/bathrooms immaculate. WiFi worked good. - Walter Cullop
Sep 2007 - $30.00
I was informed that the motel had been sold and the RV park would be closed down. Several sites had already been torn up during this visit. This will make staying in Fernley a little harder, only one other park in town. New Wal Mart going in across the street, might be OK for rest stop when completed. - Marv
Sep 2019 - $36.00
Staff was very helpful, got us checked in quickly, topped off our propane, and escorted to our site. Interior roads are mixed gravel/pavement and just wide enough. Facilities are clean, spacious and up to date. There are young to mature trees sprinkled throughout the park, along with grass, and all are well maintained. Sites are good width, just long enough for our 36 foot Class A and Jeep on cement pad, with plenty of room to sit outside and relax on the grass. Not all sites are as long, so be specific as to what you need. Water pressure is some of the best we have had, and other utilities are fine. Cable is an issue that the park is working on; we were frustrated because we could not get network channels. OTA is possible and was clear most times, fuzzy at other times. There is plenty of shopping, casinos, restaurants and fuel nearby. Hands down, this looks to us to be the best RV park choice in the area. - Vegas Trippers
Aug 2019 - $38.00
Friendly and helpful staff. Well maintained, clean park and easy access from the highway. Clear cable tv, quiet neighbors and spaces reasonably spaced apart. Nothing negative to say and rate for full hookups, pull through site was $38/night as advertised. - Mike and Melissa
Aug 2019 - $44.00
Friendly folks. Great WiFi. Huge clean showers.......not far from I-80. You are RIGHT on a busy 4 lane highway. On a weekday, the 70 mph traffic starts at ~0530 AM. Plus there are a lot of full-time residents, and they start departing about the same time. "Front spots" are semi green and tidy; "back" /full timer spots are dusty without any particular grass or vegetation. - Diesel24J
Sep 2019 - $58.00
Very nice park with easy on and off I-80. Check in was quick and easy, park staff was great and they escort you to your site. Wide asphalt roads are [big rig friendly] and nice level concrete sites. Sites are landscaped with artificial grass, picnic table and a tree. Large and very well maintained park. Utilities worked as expected, including cable TV and WIFI. Price reflects Good Sam discount and extra $6 per day for 2 granddaughters. Reason for low overall rating is this park is not dog friendly, yes they have  dog parks but they are too small for the amount of dogs using them and therefore, the smell is absolutely terrible. I would suggest they either enlarge them or add  more with sprinkler systems so they can be soaked nightly. Because of this issue we will not return. A shame because this is a very nice and well maintained park with a great location. - JR and The Boys
Sep 2019 - $53.00
This is a beautiful, large and extremely well-maintained park with easy access to I-80 and a short drive to downtown Reno. The park has wide asphalt driveways easy to navigate and the pull through sites are concrete, 100% level and plenty long enough for our 43-foot motorhome and car. Reasonable distance between sites which are nicely landscaped with artificial grass and a tree. New vinyl coated picnic tables with a metal plate on one end to accommodate a tabletop grill. Utilities well placed and worked as expected, including cable TV with about 40 channels. Verizon and Sprint signals were good and park WIFI worked well. Many amenities on site. This appears to be a campground thoughtfully designed by someone who knows what RVers need and want. - GrandpaDan
Sep 2019 - $52.00
Very nice park. Spaces have artificial grass and a tree. Not spacious side to side but very long. Large enough to have a sitting area and picnic table. Can not let your dog pee anywhere but the dog parks. But you can walk on the streets outside with sidewalks and greenery. - Jim and Jeanette Legoullon
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This is an RV park, but basically for full timers and perm residents only. Honestly, they only keep less that 5 spots open for travelers. Had to pay extra for a pull through (we had no choice) and still had to unhook because it was so small. Dog poop everywhere, stepped in it twice. Dog run smelled so bad my dog wouldn't go in. Perm residents let their dogs run off leash and two off leash dogs charged me and my dog while walking at 9pm. Noisy, stacked in like cord wood, if we weren't so tired we would have left. Didn't even feel safe leaving my dog alone in the trailer so we could go get dinner. The folks in the office were nice but that was about it. I would Not stay here again, I would rather stay in a rest stop over this place. - hit it
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Camp sites are small. Had to deposit trailer and park tow vehicle next to trailer. WIFI did not work. Cable costs extra. - LaSelvaMan
Jun 2014 - $45.00
Pass this place! Next to a mobile home rat park. No escort to site. Streets very narrow. Sites very narrow! Sites not long enough for 40'er. Wi fi did not work past office. Cable not working. Not enough room to park my dually truck on site. Trees overgrown throughout the park. Staff did offer to refund two additional nights and apologized for our experience. We will NOT stay here again. - firedguy
Apr 2019 - $15.00
We wanted to be in a dry campground since we usually stay in parks with hookups. But, with a new inverter/charger and solar panels we were testing our endurance (success!). The state park is as advertised in the previous reviews. The A loop is still closed (will be for a while) and they workers start promptly at 07:00:01. Lots of noise, mostly from their backup alarms, but other then that it was very nice. Roads are covered with dirt and mud from the work that's going on. Other then that it's very tidy. Note that not all sites are suitable for a motorhome and the campground is pretty busy. Overall we loved the park with lots of great walking opportunities. - lymanlouis
Sep 2018 - $15.00
Great CG, plenty of room between sites, quiet, bargain priced. No extra charge for toad. No hookups but there is a dump station with water available and there are several water spigots available in the CG. Each site has a shade structure over the picnic table. Originally signed in for two nights just in case it wasn't satisfactory but ended up staying 7 nights (the maximum allowed in a 30 day period) as we explored the Carson City area. Lake Tahoe and Reno are each about 30 minutes away making this an excellent base camp. - JohninSanDiego
Mar 2018 - $15.00
Beautiful campground and for the beginning of March it was not very crowded with only about 12 sites taken. There were even people tent camping and the rain did not scare them off. The lake is full and the scenery is magnificent! Very quiet campground and very relaxing, as dry camping should be. - Jeeperlee