Boulder Creek RV Resort

RV Park
10 reviews
2550 U.S. 395, Lone Pine, California
(760) 876-4243
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Rates

Daily: $27-$39 Reported over 2 years ago
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Amenities

  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access

Reviews

user-5219652186144768
Stayed: 03/13/17 to 03/14/17

“A Nice, Clean place. Good stop over spot ”

 Very nice, clean and quiet place.  Set up for the travelers with full hook ups, mostly level, gravel sites, good spacing between sites.  Some sites for the long term stayers along with cabins.  Very clean restrooms and showers.  (They close at 10:00 PM at night so no middle of the n ugh the runs to the restroom.)  They have a small store and serve coffee and muffins in the AM.  (Nice touch). 

All in all a very pleasant place.
user-4588767564791808

“Midnight Oasis ”

Found this place late at night.  What a,nice find.  Had all of the hook ups I like.   Place was clean and the people were friendly. Spots were level and easy to get into with my 32 foot fifth wheel.  What more could you ask for?  I will come back again.  
user-5833082968473600

“Great place to stay”

Very friendly and helpful staff. Resort was very clean. Nice fenced in dog park. Lots of trees. Stayed here in our 38 ft fifth wheeler. WiFi free and decent. They have a small store which looks like it has the staples you might need. Really nice clubhouse. Free coffee and muffins for guests in the early morning. 
RoeRVing
Stayed: 03/12/16 to 03/13/16

“One nighter”

We stayed one night and had a good experience. Staff was friendly at check-in. Up graded us to a pull thru site from a back in. The fenced in dog area is great, would have been even better if it had grass but it is desert so we understand.  AT&T LTE service was good. Free Wi-fi but slow.  Would definitely stay again.
user-5679616590086144

“Great”

Courteous people, clean restrooms, free coffee and muffin in the morning. Just a great place to stay
user-6475238708609024

“Good Stopover”

It was a good stopover on our way to Los Angeles.  Staff was very friendly and accommodating. There is a propane fill at the entrance which is helpful. This is a desert so the roads and sites are level but dusty. There is many mature trees making satellite difficult but not impossible. You may want to check out the site before setting up. Didn't use the restrooms, laundry or wifi. 
jalanjackson
Stayed: 05/12/15 to 05/19/15

“Great place and lots to do in the area”

Our gravel site was level with great views of Sierra Nevada Mountains.  There are shade trees but still satellite friendly.  Laundry was fine and the area was quite nice.  With Death Valley National Park, Bristlecone Pines, Manzanar Japanese Relocation Site, Mobius Arch Loop Trail in the Alabama Hills, Lone Pine Film History Museum and Last Chance Meadow Research Natural Area you won’t be bored here.

Would definitely return!
user-5820879176990720

“Great place to stay ”

After crazy long day coming from death valley this is a wonderful oasis.  Easy to find, nice spaces, even had coffee and muffins in the am for us. 
user-4515721998499840

“Quiet, Clean, Cozy!”

Call ahead of arrival for directions...don't trust GPS. Folks in charge are extremely accommodating and friendly. RV spaces are wide and trees are well spaced, making it worry-free for extending slides. The hook-ups were well arranged and simple to access. The whole park was tidy and had a "cozy" feel. Although located close to HWY 395, the park was relatively quiet. Mountain ranges in the background made for a gorgeous sunrise! Glad we stayed here!
user-5518818279424000

“Awesome place to stay”

This park is set up for everything singles families 5 th wheels teardrops you name it. Reasonable  rates considering all the extras like laundry showers pool club room kitchen free coffee and muffins and really nice people.

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