Nice quiet park, really made you feel at home, great service at check in. $18 to camp and NO check out time! First time we ever heard that. Electric and water at site, dump station. Absolutely no (Verizon) Internet signal.
The shower house is the worst part of the Flintstones Campground. Dirty, cold drafty and $1 in quarters for 6 minutes of barely trickling water (that the drain couldn’t keep up with). In desperate need of some upgrades. I dont mind paying for a shower, but it should be better than what is available here. This shower was barely better than no shower, barely.
Barney’s Grocery is nice little convenience store that stocks some commonly needed items. Fred’s Diner provided us with great service and good food at a reasonable price. Brontosaurus burger (very good and decent price), bacon and hash browns (very buttery potatoes, perfectly browned). We did not need to use Wilma’s Laundry (and a good thing, very expensive!). The Buffalo lodge was a nice touch 😉
We finally left Sam’s Town RV Park in Las Vegas a little later than planned and arrived at Flintstones Campground Bedrock City just before sunset. We quickly checked out Bedrock City as the sun was setting ($5 each – $1 ea for camping there = $4). We returned in the morning to get a better look at Bedrock City in the day light. It was really neat to walk through the town and into each of the buildings. The ‘Bedrock Theatre’ was showing Flintstones cartoons. We took a lot of photos as we enjoyed our stroll through Bedrock. DW even slid down the dinosaur slide.
Stay tuned, more to come …