Double Dice Rv Park Elko
Where are we going today?
Elko's largest RV Park is waiting to give you a family fun adventure! Double Dice RV Park has 75 pull through spaces, as well as 140 full service RV spots, so if you want to get away for a few days (or longer!) and enjoy some family time in Nevada, then Double Dice will look after you
This family-owned RV park is located in Cowboy Country, and there is a host of activities in the nearby area for you to explore! From Ruby Mountains, to the Iron Horse Railroad Park and of course, that famous Cowboy Poetry experience and the Elko County Fair - you might find your stay slowly extends as you go!
The area is also great for those who love the great outdoors, with fishing, hiking, and ATV trails.
The RV Park itself has a popular sports lounge with 5 big screens, as well as pool tables and shuffleboard so you can enjoy some family time. Once a month they even have karaoke so warm up those vocal chords!
This smoke free venue also has a horseshoe area that is open to all guests, and every Friday night they have those famous BBQ Ribs come out to be enjoyed! Get those face wipes out - we hear they are the best ribs in town!
Double Dice RV Park also has all the amenities you would need for a great stay, including clean showers and laundry facilities.
Loads of family fun in Nevada - so let's get stuck in!
What is there to do?
There is a host of things to do! The sport bar and grill has fun games, and nearby there is outdoor fun, such as hiking, fishing, hunting, the county fair, the cowboy poetry, and other fun experiences!
There is even snowmobiling in Lamoille Canyon.
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $38 / day
Facilities on site
On site, they have a host of outdoor games, as well as a playground for kids. They have full hook ups, a picnic area, rec room, pool, dump station, sewer hookups, tent sites, internet access, meeting room and laundry facilities
When can we go?
All year round
The sports bar and grill is a great place to enjoy some great homemade food! They also have picnic areas for your own food, and a convenience store to pick up extras. Don't forget about that Friday night BBQ±.
Any Top Tips?
They are pet friendly!.
Need a little extra help?
The park is handicapped accessible..
What people are saying?
by Roy Lamphear
For a over night stay it was just fine. Very friendly staff and the place was clean. A little noisy with everyone driving on the gravel.
by Ben Woodard
I think that another reviewer summed it up well. I would avoid this place. It is run by greedy short sighted people. I stopped here to charge my EV and instead of looking at it as the beginning of a new potential revenue source. The chance to be the gas station for cars of the future. They were more interested in extracting the maximum money from me.
by arthur harmon
I called to reserve a space and was told that if an RV is older than 2005 you can't stay or park your RV in the park, "we don't want our park to look like the OTHER parks."
Really, I just changed my mind!
by Sheila Whitlock
sites very close together.
by A Google User
Best place in town. Stay there every tume.