The open plains and mountainous ranges of Nevada have a beauty all of their own -- this is desert country where the night skies are some of the prettiest you’ll ever see.
Valley View RV Park is right off the interstate, offering a safe haven for road trippers heading for new pastures. It’s a good-looking space that's nicely maintained by welcoming hosts ready to hook you up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer, plus wifi.
Pull-through sites are concrete, but you might have to bring out the leveling blocks as some have a slight tilt. There is a picnic table at each site and propane available if you bring a gas grill for cooking. Plenty of local workers make this park their home, but there’s generally a site for travelers looking to rest awhile on their way to other cities and states.
Grassy areas with large, bushy trees offer relief from the desert heat; however, most RV sites are out in the open. The park is close to the main road and trains passing by, so some noise might be heard, but the inexpensive rate at $14 a night and easy access to the highway makes this park a sure bet with folks heading to Elko.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are clean. The managers also live on-site, offering a sense of security and help if needed.
Pets are invited to stay at the park, and with a thoroughfare next to the park, it's wise to keep dogs indoors or on a leash. Pack litter bags and clean up after your pooch as a courtesy to other guests. Walks around the park ensure daily exercise, and if you need more information about the pet rules, just contact the hosts.
Checking into Valley View RV Park puts you close to the action, with hiking, golfing, and local history all nearby. Peak times are holidays and the summer months, although there are a few first-come-first served sites available.