Fallon RV Park Featured
July 23-26, 2017
Do not attempt to get an RV into Fallon on the weekend. We arrived on a Sunday afternoon. We called the 877# we used to make our reservation to see if there were any special instructions as nothing was listed on our paperwork. They said there were none. Our GPS took us toward the South Gate. Fortunately there was a sign that said road closed so we turned left hoping to find the main gate. The entrances from the Hwy. to Fallon are not well marked. We arrived at the main gate and it was obvious we would not get a 23 foot trailer through. We were barely able to turn around in the check in parking lot. The Security Guard politely directed us to the South Gate and stated someone would meet us there and let us through. We waited 15 minutes. No one came so then we fortunately found the phone number for the main gate. We called and finally we were let in and given directions to the park. Once we got to the park the note on the bathroom door said we had to check in at the hotel.... The women at the hotel was very pleasant, but knew little about the RV park. If you want ambiance do not go to Fallon. It looks like a parking lot. It does have everything one needs. The commissary is closed on Sunday and Monday. The local grocery stores are much better. The gym is wonderful. One is only an hours drive from Tahoe. Virginia City and Reno.