Grand Sierra Resort RV park

There was no mention of that when I checked in though. They have major power issues there as it appeared that most sections of the park were impacted at one point rv parks sandpoint or another. The office acted like this was a one-time occurrence, but my neighbors stated that they stayed there recently and also had power problems then.

And while walking there you had to take great care not to step on dog shit, which was everywhere . Weeds were growing tall out of the cracks in the pavement. I will not be going back and I will not be recommending this park to anyone. The wifi wasn’t very good, so we used our own hotspots. We paid the weekly rate of $157.64 for 7 nights, and then they gave us a pro-rated rate for the rest of our stay. When I made our reservation on the phone, we opted for a backin spot.

The biggest gripe I have is all the goat head thorns that litter the gravel areas. You cannot go outside without getting a least a few stuck in your shoes. The only reason I would stay here for more than a night is to be within walking distance of the GSR casino/mall which is huge! We only stayed at the RV park overnight but we are considering coming back to enjoy the resort. We stayed here 2years ago and found it great. Clean facility’s , very friendly staff and very helpful.

We also had confusion over the charges and had to spend an hour trying to fix. The park is on the grounds of the Grand Sierra Resort and casino. I’m seeing plenty of dogs around the RV Park but all are on leads and quite calm. The east lot seems to be right under the flight path for the Reno International Airport, so lots of aircraft coming in for a landing at all hours, leave your radio on! You get all the amenities at the resort, spa, pools, hot tubs etc.

Grand Adventure Land is located at the northwest corner of the resort’s property. Essentially a miniature amusement park featuring upcharge attractions, the park contains a 180-foot Skycoaster, and three go-cart tracks. RV Park behind the Grand Sierra Resort . Has very nice, large bathrooms with hot showers, a laundry room, dog walking area, and easy access to the casino.

Grand Sierra Resort (formerly MGM Grand Reno, Bally’s Reno and Reno Hilton) is a hotel and casino located approximately three miles east of Downtown Reno, Nevada. The hotel has 1,990 guest rooms and suites, 27 floors, 12 restaurants, including Charlie Palmer Steak by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, and a casino with 80,000 sq ft of space. It is owned and operated by Southern California based investment group headed by The Meruelo Group. The “Grand Daddy” Cabin Take a step back in time. When you visit Grand Daddy’s Cabin, you’ll be reminded of the good ‘ole days.

Gravel dog park and two other small fenced dog parks. Good if you want a convenient place to gamble, eat and sleep. Rooms are clean-ish but not for the price.

Grand Sierra Cinema is a two auditorium theater located in the lower level mall. The theater features movies that recently left mainstream theaters but haven’t yet reached DVD for just $4. Movies are played once on weeknights and twice on weekend nights. From there you can filter by type and amenity. Or find truck stops, store parking, RV dumps and services.

However, we have NEVER been at any RV park that has this much dog s..t all over the place, to include on the lawn in fron of the office entrance area. Then we walked over to the casino and approached the entry that is adjacent to 5he swimming pool area. The entire place could use some TLC and we could live with that, but the fact that there is dog s..t everywhere is something that insures that we will never return.