Grand Sierra Resort & Casino RV Park

2500 East Second St., Reno, NV 89595

775-789-2147

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GPS: 39.5227,-119.7756

Grand Sierra Resort & Casino RV Park is located at 2500 East Second St., Reno, Nevada 89595 with a total of 178 campsites. Before your trip to Grand Sierra Resort & Casino RV Park, check out website at http://www.grandsierraresort.com/hotel/rv-park or contact them through 775-789-2147 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

39.5227, -119.7756

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 39.5227, -119.7756

Overview of Grand Sierra Resort & Casino RV Park


Last Price Paid: $100

Reported by Civillady on 05.29.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

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Number of Sites:

178

Pad Type:

asphalt

Elevation:

4,396 ft / 1,339 m

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  • Area Guides Avatar Civillady
    Expensive crowded

    Reviewed 29/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $100

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 200

    We were stuck out in their back gravel area as it was a holiday weekend. The rates are high to begin with $70-$80 per site, plus $9 in taxes and $20 in resort fees! We got a bit of a discount for military but total was still $100. Some of the front sites have a table and some grass, but ours was all rich with no amenities. You have use...moreWe were stuck out in their back gravel area as it was a holiday weekend. The rates are high to begin with $70-$80 per site, plus $9 in taxes and $20 in resort fees! We got a bit of a discount for military but total was still $100. Some of the front sites have a table and some grass, but ours was all rich with no amenities. You have use of casino pool but it was super crowded. Lots of kids & drunk young adults. Staff was very nice. But at least in our area it’s just as parking lot. There was free internet, open access.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tina & Mark Thompson
    Easy access to the casino

    Reviewed 13/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 401

    It was not the easiest to pull into and get to the office and we are only 33 feet. Full hookups and wifi were good. I would probably stay again, just nothing special. If you have a Good Sams card you get a 10% discount.

  • Area Guides Avatar skrjones
    ok for one night

    Reviewed 16/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 3

    Pros: Great security - RV park has a fence around it. Casino security drives a van around to check on things - I think it is 24 hours a day. Location - Good location in downtown Reno, close to the interstate.Cons: Expensive - Final rate is double what is liste...morePros: Great security - RV park has a fence around it. Casino security drives a van around to check on things - I think it is 24 hours a day. Location - Good location in downtown Reno, close to the interstate.Cons: Expensive - Final rate is double what is listed on booking sites due to obscene resort fee and taxes. Rate can easily go over $100 per night, or as low as $60 per night weekday in the back section. The only amenities are the pool and the store / office with ice, beer, etc. Noise - Near the Reno airport runway so lots of airplane noise. Hundreds of people drive by daily with mufflers that have been illegally removed / modified. Trash - The entire casino has trash on the grounds. The rv sites have cigarette butts in varying degrees of age. The rv sites are not cleaned.

  • Area Guides Avatar Hydroherr
    Wow expensive

    Reviewed 17/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $100

    Didn’t stay here, was reserving a small back in space. It would cost 117 dollars. YIKES!

  • Area Guides Avatar JDCostello
    Convenient

    Reviewed 18/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 342

    I've seen a lot of poor reviews on google but honestly I don't think it's that bad of a place to park the trailer. If you understand that all it is, is a parking lot with hookups and nothing special it's pretty good. You have access to all the same stuff if you booked a room at GSR. The biggest gripe I have is all the goat head thorns ...moreI've seen a lot of poor reviews on google but honestly I don't think it's that bad of a place to park the trailer. If you understand that all it is, is a parking lot with hookups and nothing special it's pretty good. You have access to all the same stuff if you booked a room at GSR. The biggest gripe I have is all the goat head thorns that litter the gravel areas. You cannot go outside without getting a least a few stuck in your shoes.

  • Area Guides Avatar Chibi
    Mediocre Casino RV Parking - will try a different casino rv lort next time i'm back in Reno

    Reviewed 17/6/2020

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    Days stayed: 1

    RV Park is fairly safe but it has very curvy, narrow turns inside RV Park that make it very difficult to get in and out. Check-in office also sells beer and the casino is only steps away. We visited in June 2020, so Covid procedures were in place throughout the casino, including all bars and restaurants - although almost no guests and...moreRV Park is fairly safe but it has very curvy, narrow turns inside RV Park that make it very difficult to get in and out. Check-in office also sells beer and the casino is only steps away. We visited in June 2020, so Covid procedures were in place throughout the casino, including all bars and restaurants - although almost no guests and only a few staff wore masks. Many casino/restaurant staff were actively rude or passively disengaged, which isn't a direct problem with the RV park, but it does mean I won't be returning.

  • Area Guides Avatar gogogallahers
    mediocre at best - no dogs allowed any longer

    Reviewed 9/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $86

    Days stayed: 3

    We stayed here 3 nights after going to burning man to unwind and lay by the pool. I did not know that the RV next to us was going to be used as the rental return office for every burning man rented rv coming in at all hours. It was hectic and noisy.The site was a in the middle of a concrete/pavement parking lot with these very pi...moreWe stayed here 3 nights after going to burning man to unwind and lay by the pool. I did not know that the RV next to us was going to be used as the rental return office for every burning man rented rv coming in at all hours. It was hectic and noisy.The site was a in the middle of a concrete/pavement parking lot with these very picky thorned plants that got stuck in my feet as well as the dogs paws.It was an extremely log walk to the pool. We stayed here as it was easy and dog friendly, it is no longer pet friendly so we would not stay here again. There has to be a prettier/nicer place to stay for less in Reno - this was very expensive due to it was Labor Day and Post Burning Man holiday.

  • Area Guides Avatar mnp_traveler
    Convenient and that's about it

    Reviewed 19/6/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 160

    I wasn't impressed with this spot but it was convenient for hanging with friends who were staying at the resort. Full hookups and paved pads that were almost level. The front desk staff were friendly but not very on top of things. I tried to apply a Good Sam discount (they didn't advertise this on their booking site) at checkout and th...moreI wasn't impressed with this spot but it was convenient for hanging with friends who were staying at the resort. Full hookups and paved pads that were almost level. The front desk staff were friendly but not very on top of things. I tried to apply a Good Sam discount (they didn't advertise this on their booking site) at checkout and they weren't able to successfully complete it. Then they told me they couldn't apply it for Saturday night because they only offer a military discount for Friday and Saturday nights. I told them I was military and then that threw a whole other wrench in their system. I told them I'd call to settle it because it was taking forever.Beware, you also have to pay the resort fees and taxes (~$20/day). This gets you access to the gym and the pool at the hotel. I didn't like that the facility wasn't gated. Anyone from the hotel or the street could just wander through.Free hotel wifi, but my phone had a lot of trouble staying connected. Worked better on my laptop.If you book online, make sure to try to get the Good Sam/military discount then. Better yet, just call to reserve so you can get the best rate when you book rather than try to do it after.

  • Area Guides Avatar Donna

    Reviewed 29/4/2019

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    This is basically a parking lot with hook ups. The fee of $50 per night, did not include the resort fee of $16.50 per night plus tax. It was $155 for 2 nights. It was convenient, if you used the resort. Lots of homeless on the walking trail behind the RV Park. Lots of street and airplane noise. Some sites are gravel. Definitely can use...moreThis is basically a parking lot with hook ups. The fee of $50 per night, did not include the resort fee of $16.50 per night plus tax. It was $155 for 2 nights. It was convenient, if you used the resort. Lots of homeless on the walking trail behind the RV Park. Lots of street and airplane noise. Some sites are gravel. Definitely can use some tlc.

  • Area Guides Avatar Terry
    Planes Trains and Automobiles

    Reviewed 10/5/2018

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: 460

    It is easy to find and easy to get in and that's the good part. The spaces are wide enough and long enough for my truck and fifth wheel. The sites are not kept up as there are weeds everywhere the black top is cracked and the sites are a bit uneven. You can see the freeway from your space , count the windows on the planes as they take ...moreIt is easy to find and easy to get in and that's the good part. The spaces are wide enough and long enough for my truck and fifth wheel. The sites are not kept up as there are weeds everywhere the black top is cracked and the sites are a bit uneven. You can see the freeway from your space , count the windows on the planes as they take off over your head and there's a train nearby.

  • Area Guides Avatar Endless Sommers
    Not bad if you stay in the front section.

    Reviewed 19/9/2017

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 11

    Site number: 412

    As others have stated, stay in the front as the back part of the park is kinda shady and not in a good way. They have security that cruises the park pretty regularly. However, with such a big park they can't be everywhere all the time.For what it's worth, I did talk to the guy that's in charge of the park and he said they are getti...moreAs others have stated, stay in the front as the back part of the park is kinda shady and not in a good way. They have security that cruises the park pretty regularly. However, with such a big park they can't be everywhere all the time.For what it's worth, I did talk to the guy that's in charge of the park and he said they are getting ready to spend a ton of money on upgrading the park. I suggested they fix the fence and make it more secure along the Truckee River that runs parallel to the park. He said that was part of the plan. Also, the park is dark at night and the street lights need to be fixed. This he said is also going to be addressed. All in all we would stay here again

  • Area Guides Avatar Zymurbrian
    Wow! And not in a good way.

    Reviewed 2/4/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    A previous reviewer said that "some spots are better than others" and that is true! We arrived at 4:00pm and found the office locked with no sign. The staff were walking around the park and didn't come back for 25 minutes. At check in, the printer was down so she the receipt and signs were hand written. We had pulled into a mar...moreA previous reviewer said that "some spots are better than others" and that is true! We arrived at 4:00pm and found the office locked with no sign. The staff were walking around the park and didn't come back for 25 minutes. At check in, the printer was down so she the receipt and signs were hand written. We had pulled into a marked check-in parking spot but the office staff instructed us to do a U-turn that no truck with travel trailer could achieve and seemed put out that I said that I would drive down the road instead.This park is in two separate sections. The section up front nearest the office, though not beautiful, was not bad. the back section, however, was horrific! We were one of only two or three rigs that were not horribly dilapicated long-term renters. I have attached photos to show what some of the rigs by us looked like. The dog in the rig next to us went after my 7 year old daughter but luckily reached the end of the chain (it was chained up and the end) before it reached my daughter. There was a pit bull running loose at one long-termer at the end of our row. Quite literally, there was an old fifth-wheel near us that had a piece of ply wood for a door! And, to top it off, I had something happen for the first time ever. One of the sewer lines at this site was completely blocked! You can imagine what happened when I pulled the dump valve. Luckily they had two connections here and the other one did work.This was where we finished up a three-week trip. I had paid for two nights but left after one instead.

  • Area Guides Avatar tobytenacious
    not worth the price increase

    Reviewed 2/2/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 144

    they're up to 35-45/night now. wifi sucks, power is in and out, & the grounds aren't well maintained. it was barely worth it at 25/night.

  • Area Guides Avatar John LV
    Not what I was expecting

    Reviewed 21/8/2016

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 227

    I originally planned to stay two nights but left after one. When I got there to check in, the person said that they didn't have enough sites because people haven't checked out when they were supposed to. So he offered a discount on a narrow site which I accepted since I don't have slides.The site was covered with weeds which had wh...moreI originally planned to stay two nights but left after one. When I got there to check in, the person said that they didn't have enough sites because people haven't checked out when they were supposed to. So he offered a discount on a narrow site which I accepted since I don't have slides.The site was covered with weeds which had what could best be described as pea-sized balls with thorns sticking out. We had to carry the dogs to the paved road since there is no way they could walk thru it. And we needed to take our shoes off on the door steps since the soles would be filled with the thorns and we didn't want to track them inside.To top it off, the power kept kicking off all afternoon and well into the evening. There was no mention of that when I checked in though. They have major power issues there as it appeared that most sections of the park were impacted at one point or another. The office acted like this was a one-time occurrence, but my neighbors stated that they stayed there recently and also had power problems then.If I ever decide to stay here again I will reserve a 50 amp pull thru. Those sites are better groomed with fresh gravel and hopefully the power will stay on.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jennie
    Nice place

    Reviewed 8/10/2015

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    Site number: 407

    The GSR campground while nothing fancy provides easy access to the city of Reno. With the hotel a few steps away there is plenty of entertainment. Movies,bowling,restaurants,spa and pool plus of course the casino. A great stopping place before jumping on the 80 for parts east or the 395 south. We like to stay a few days to rest up befo...moreThe GSR campground while nothing fancy provides easy access to the city of Reno. With the hotel a few steps away there is plenty of entertainment. Movies,bowling,restaurants,spa and pool plus of course the casino. A great stopping place before jumping on the 80 for parts east or the 395 south. We like to stay a few days to rest up before heading out on the next adventure.

  • Area Guides Avatar Aluminarium
    Some Spots Are Better Than Others

    Reviewed 16/5/2013

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    Nightly rate: $22

    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 357

    The RV Park at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno is just ok. It's an average park, with some decent spots and some bad spots.When I made our reservation on the phone, we opted for a backin spot. The woman asked me if I wanted a 40 foot spot or a 30. The price was the same, so I figured let's go with 40 and have a little...moreThe RV Park at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno is just ok. It's an average park, with some decent spots and some bad spots.When I made our reservation on the phone, we opted for a backin spot. The woman asked me if I wanted a 40 foot spot or a 30. The price was the same, so I figured let's go with 40 and have a little more space.If we have to stay here again, I would pick a 30 foot spot. Our trailer is 27 feet, and there is room for a tow vehicle next to the spots. The 30 foot spots at least overlook the lake. The 40 foot spots have a chain link fence with plastic going through the chains.The other complaint about our spot is that had a huge dip in the middle of it and a bit of a lip from the road backing into it.The pull-thru spots look ok. I think that's why this place gets ok ratings.The power station for our spot was crackling and didn't work, so we plugged in on the other side.The laundry room is fine, there are enough machines for multiple families to wash at the same time.The wifi wasn't very good, so we used our own hotspots. We paid the weekly rate of $157.64 for 7 nights, and then they gave us a pro-rated rate for the rest of our stay.Our initial impression was disappointment. Overall, it was fine.

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