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Tonopah Station

1137 Erie St, Tonopah, Nevada 89049 USA

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“Big enough to offer real excitement”

"Enjoy all the latest slot games among our 90 machines, and play some "live" blackjack too -- we're big enough to offer real excitement, and small enough to be friendly about it." In addition to the casino, there is a 75 room hotel, a 24 hour stage restaurant, and a 20-space RV park.

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Reviewed by
Campendium

October 03, 2015
Rated

Tonopah is one of those towns that you pass through on your way to somewhere else, it is NOT a destination per se. But the casino had full hookups, a restaurant and laundry and was adjacent to a nice grocery store with a good pharmacy. The pull through spot was level but the view was of the grocery loading dock. There was everything from big rigs to smaller Class B's here and getting in and out was no problem. The registration staff was very nice and they were extremely conscientious about keeping the RV lot clean. The wi-fi was not operational due to some malfunction somewhere and there was no over the air tv. We did have a good Verizon signal and used our own hotspot. The town does not offer many amenities and I gave the casino my obligatory $20. Would stay here again, but.....it is about as good as Tonopah gets.

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Reviewed by
Dick & Dorene

  • 61 Reviews
  • 12 Helpful
February 24, 2017
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Most recent stay was 05-11-16 [I’m late with submitting my review] ~ We camp in a "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining fly for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area.

1st pick your site - go around the casino to the back parking lot and look for full hookups (in the parking lot next to 55 gal trash cans) . 2nd go inside to register and pay at front desk of hotel, 3rd pay $5.00 refundable fee for restroom key. Well we DID get fairly close to the restrooms so that was good, but that’s about it. No picnic table at your "site" but there is a big trash barrel. Don’t recommend hauling out the lawn chairs and of course no green-way between other RV’s which are sandwiched together.

The restrooms/showers are adjacent to the loading dock, they have private locked doors unisex style (2) only. Older setup – 50’s era no mirror at sinks, no hooks or selves for your stuff, but they’re roomy and water is hot with good pressure, and all in 1 single room like a being at home – so so on the cleanliness but they didn’t smell; wear your clogs.

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Reviewed by
Campendium

April 08, 2017
Rated

If I wasn't so tired and it wasn't so late at night after a long and stressful day, I would have probably preferred to park for 2 or 3 hours on a siding off the highway and napped in the truck.

What they call an RV park I call a parking lot. And not even a nice, level, flat parking lot. They basically took the bumpiest, most uneven, dirty part of their parking lot and put power pedestals there.

When I went inside and the cashier told me it was $28.50 I felt like I was being robbed.

We at at their cafe / coffee house, which was a mistake, we both had an uneasy stomach that night.

Luckily we wanted to get up early the next morning, because the semi idling almost directly behind us acted as an alarm at 6AM the next morning.

Was there for about 10 hours, and didn't even try wifi or cell.

[Actual stay was 10/27/15]

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Campendium

September 09, 2017
Rated

Sites are on a steep hill so be prepared to add some leveling. Basically a parking lot and a few feet will seperate you from your neighbours. We were boondocking for a few days and we needed power, flush, water and laundry. And we got it. Staff was really nice. Ereyone in the neigourhood seems to have a dog... and they are vocal.

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 13, 2018
Rated

Sites are tight fits, almost all are sloped and difficult to set up level.

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Reviewed by
megan.obrienmaly

  • 3 Reviews
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September 04, 2019
Rated

This was needed after a long day on the road. Full hook ups, friendly staff, great breakfast, showers. Cool casino, mining museum.

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 10, 2021
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This is basic parking lot style camping and works fine-enough as an overnight. Spots are FCFS, I called ahead, and the helpful staff indicated which sites were available, including which had FHU ($27) and which were just electric/sewer (I assume the water isn’t on in some of the sites during winter). I was also told that there is no water available aside from the specific campsites and to plan accordingly. The sites are wide enough and long enough, but obviously there is no privacy and the lot is on a hill, so some sites are more level than others (side-to-side). Utilities were easy enough to reach and worked fine, and Verizon seemed to work fine without our booster.
The parking lot and surrounding roads are only mildly busy and our neighbors were quiet. However other noises were varied and almost constant… ATVs, revving engines, car stereos, car alarms, fights, police sirens, and shooting. It did quiet down a little overnight, but it was still nice to have our sound machine.
Check-in is easy: park, note your site number, and take the short walk inside to registration. Despite the ‘masks mandatory’ signs inside the hotel/casino, I saw more people without than with, and we didn’t use any of the other amenities. The surrounding roads were calm enough to walk our dog, but the brushy shoulder is about the only choice. We would avoid staying here again, but it’s OK in a pinch.

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  • 10 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
July 05, 2022
Rated

The only reason it got a 1 star is that it had only had a spot. 30 amp service only. It's actually a parking lot with hookups. We were looking at the back of a grocery store. Would not recommend!

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Reviewed by
tonnanlr

  • 7 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
December 01, 2022
Rated

This is a parking lot behind a casino. Casino has a restaurant that is good. (Plus I won $20 woot!)
We pulled in and there were a few spots left. $30 for full hookups. We had been boondocking and really wanted some electric and water. Sites are not really level but we got a pretty good one. By night, the lot was full with a couple of campers just parked in the drive. E we stayed one night but you can stay longer. Cute desert town with history and hauntings!! Don’t forget the Clown Motel!

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Reviewed by
scott.kelley

  • 57 Reviews
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August 19, 2023
Rated

not a lot of choices with power for the AC in the area.

the bad: scrungy parking lot behind the casino. sites a bit unlevel but fixed with blocks.

the good: the casino has a decent diner and basic bar. very nice bathrooms (once you are in them). wifi at the site. supermarket and laundry.

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Tonopah Station

1137 Erie St
Tonopah, Nevada
89049 USA
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