Death Valley National Park was the main attraction for me in this area and I was glad to have Beatty RV Park as my home base for most of that time.
Entrance into park from Hwy. 95.
Another entrance road view to the side showing setback from the road.
There are two rows of pull-through sites and a few back-in sites at the rear.
Looking down the side of row 1.
Here I am set up happily in Site #1.
Although I use my own facilities, when I checked out the restrooms/showers and laundry room, I was impressed with how clean, modern and well maintained they were.
This gate gives entrance to BLM land for walking the dog, hiking and ATV use.
Readers have asked for pros and cons about the parks I review. I realize this is subjective stuff and what bothers some people, others won’t have a problem with, and vice versa. As a fulltime RVer, I like things that weekend campers can do without. But, based on my own observations and/or comments from others, here goes:
Close proximity to Death Valley National Park.
Close to town of Beatty, but far enough removed to not be bothered by city noise.
All sites are level, long pull-throughs with easy access around the park.
Restroom and shower facilities are immaculately clean and modern.
Reasonable rates for 50 amp pull-throughs ($25 in January, 2016). Weekly and monthly rates also available. See rates on website.
No cable TV and it’s too remote to receive local channels.
Some road noise from Hwy. 95, but at night it wasn’t bothersome.
Pet Friendly: Yep, and no extra charge for them. Leash rules and of course, you pick up after them.
Satellite TV: Pretty much wide open spaces here, so absolutely no problem there, even with my rooftop Kingdome.
Internet/Wi-Fi/Cell Phone: Wi-fi is free and available throughout the campground. My Verizon jetpack got great 4G service and no problem with cell phone signal.
Amenities (no charge): Bathrooms/Showers, rec room with pool table
Other Services: Propane sold, laundry room (3 washers, 3 dryers)
Malia’s 2 Cents: I loved having a full service park for my home base to explore Death Valley National Park. But one of my favorite “features” was GraceAnn, the host who checked me in. She has to be one of the most delightfully friendly and helpful people I’ve ever met. She loves her home here and it shows in the hospitality she extends to the guests passing through.
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