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Arch Rock Campground

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Valley of Fire State Park, Overton, NV 89040
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Sunshine719 escribió una opinión (nov. 2019)
Las Vegas, Nevada470 contribuciones17 votos útiles
If you haven’t noted this already, Arch Rock Campground, as well as the only other campground in Valley of Fire - Atlatl Rock Campground - both do not take reservation (except for possibly the group sites). Because they are first come, first serve, DO NOT expect to just arrive there at check out time, and get a spot, at least during their busy season, which is late spring, and all of fall. Arch Campground is gorgeous, but it is absolutely ridiculous to make these campgrounds first come first serve. What is the advantage to this?! Here is the problem with this, aside from the obvious. We arrived there this past weekend, on Friday, at Checkin time, and they were already full. We drove through both campgrounds anyway, just to maybe catch someone leaving. There were a few open spots in both campgrounds (by open, I mean no RV was parked in them), and they had either no rental tag on the post, only a cooler on a table, or some other elementary way of saving them or they had a tag with a check out of that day, with some sort of “save” marker. We were about to park our travel trailer in one such spot, when someone from the site next to it said “oh they said they were coming back today. They are renting on a day to day basis”. It was passed check out time, and no new tag for that day had been placed. No one was around to clarify this, or to oust their menial belongings. We left the park angry, that we had driven all the way there just to turn around. When we left the park, we talked to the gate attendee and told her what we found. She said people are not suppose to do that, yet, there they were. So ridiculous! People come from all over the country to camp at this park. WHY would you NOT offer reservations?! It just screws the people going there. The park and campsites are lovely, but to drive all the way there, only for the park to be full, was beyond disappointing. Just something to know before you go. Maybe during the week would be better, or just brace yourselves that you will have to stay at an off park site (closest one is 30 miles away, btw (and leaves a lot to be desired).
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Fecha de la estancia: noviembre de 2019
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Consejo sobre las habitaciones: Expect to have to camp outside the park, unless you go during the blazing heat of the summer, or...
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Thomas S escribió una opinión (sept. 2018)
Lorrach, Alemania169 contribuciones26 votos útiles
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Auf unserer Rundreise haben wir einen Stop im Valley of Fire eingeplant. Der Campground hat keine “Angestellten” und man muss slender “Einchecken “ und das Geld in Bar einzuwerfen. Strom ,Wasser und Abwasser waren alles vorhanden. Die Lage des Platzes ist einfach unbeschreiblich und genial. Sonnen Untergang als auch Aufgang sind in einem genialen Rot. Die Sterne die man dort nachts sehen kann ist einfach klasse. Einzig Wermutstropfen sind zur Zeit Bienen die hinter jeden Tropfen Wasser her sind. Sprich, vor Sonnenuntergang kann man nur schlecht draußen essen. Allerseits bis ist das je nach Temp und Trockenheit eh nicht zu empfehlen.
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Fecha de la estancia: septiembre de 2018Tipo de viaje: Viajé con mi familia
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Jennifer K escribió una opinión (abr. 2018)
Salt Lake City, Utah68 contribuciones12 votos útiles
We stayed 2 nights in the group campground, Beehives spot #1. It was a nice location. The group sites need to be reserved in advance. The group spot had access to pit toilets (no water or hand sanitizer), a water tap, a fire pit, a pavillion with I think 4 tables and two bbq grills. The tents are placed directly on the ground, but it's easy to find a relatively flat surface to pitch the tent. There is ample parking, some paved, and unpaved. I am not sure if site #1 allows RVs, but there were 2 other sites. When we drove to see those sites #2 had RVs, but #3 was empty. Those staying in the group sites can use the restrooms/hot showers in Atlatl campground about 1 mile away. When going in and out of the group site, a metal gate will need to be opened and closed. The restroom building in Atlatl campground is sufficient for the need. I used the ladies bathroom. The toilet area had 4 stalls with two sinks. It was clean, but not well lit, and the toilet paper roll doesn't always roll fast, so either roll it first before going, or bring your own. The sinks work fine. There is no soap, paper towels or air dryer in the bathroom. The showers are separate from the bathroom on the other side of the building. I think there were 4-6 separate stalls. Each stall is a small room with a door that shuts/locks. Each stall has a shower area separated with an area to stand/dry/get dressed. There is no bench to sit on. The back of the door may have one or two set of hooks to put your clothes on and a small shelf to put stuff on. It may be helpful to bring a shower caddy to hang your stuff in the bathroom as the only shelf is a small soap holder. The water pressure was ok, and there was plenty of warm water. We took showers in midday (80 degrees) so hot water was not really needed at that time. The showers were kept relatively clean, but we did wear flip flops while showering. The showers are also free. I think there is one other building in this campground with toilets, but we did not use that.
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Fecha de la estancia: abril de 2018
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Erik M escribió una opinión (oct. 2017)
Enschede, Países Bajos121 contribuciones7 votos útiles
Deze camping ligt in het state park Valley of Fire De locatie is erg mooi Je betaald via een envelop er is geen beheerder aanwezig De plekken hebben elektra en zijn zeer ruim voorzien van een picknick tafel Douche en toilet zijn mooi schoon en netjes Het uitzicht is ongelooflijk mooi De hele camping is schoon en opgeruimd
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Fecha de la estancia: septiembre de 2017Tipo de viaje: Viajé con pareja
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massicaty escribió una opinión (ago. 2017)
Roma, Italia485 contribuciones179 votos útiles
La visita l abbiamo effettuata con la nostra guida. Dovrete salire delle scale un po' ripide per accedere all interno della montagna dove troverete dei graffiti..ma comunque niente di che.Comunque se vi.trovate al grand Canyon una visita è d obbligo
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Fecha de la estancia: agosto de 2017Tipo de viaje: Viajé con pareja
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¿Qué atracciones populares hay cerca de Arch Rock Campground?
Algunas atracciones cercanas son Valley of Fire State Park (0,7 km), Mouse's Tank (1,8 km) y Atlatl Rock (0,5 km).