We have about 4 acres outside town. Our back 2 acres is a grassy field. You have to maneuver through the open gate to get there. I have no trouble with a truck and 30 foot trailer and a 37 foot motor home. It's not fancy, but you could call it a country location. We are about 2 miles from NAS Fallon and under the flight path. If you like airplanes it's good - if you don't, the noise can be annoying if you think you'll sleep in the daytime, especially during the week. If you park close enough in we can get water and 15 amp power to you. Winter presents special challenges. We are 3 + miles from "downtown" Fallon. Google earth will give you a looksee!
There is water and a holding tank dump facility at the Churchill County Fairgrounds, an easy country 3 miles from here. Dump is $5.00 and Water is $5.00 as of 12/2/17
NOTE: Elsewhere the system asks for stay and notice requirements, without any ability to add notes. The fact is that all of that depends. It depends on whether we're going to be here, for example. We are retired and may decide to leave. A simple message or call and we can talk about details. Same day is OK - if we get the request and are here. It ALL depends. Reasonableness is the key here.
Paved up to the property with a 200 foot dirt section around the corner, then through a gate of sorts to the back field. There's precious little rain in Nevada so mud is not "normally" an issue. A little steering is required to get through the gate into the back field.
The uploaded picture is an old Google Earth view and is not current.
We're on near 4 country acres with a lot of stuff around. There are boats, RVs and cars stored. No problem finding a place in the field to park and probably around the rig.
Note:*** Water is not available in cold months because of weatherization. An extension cord can normally be run out to the field, if required. Winter conditions can be challenging, as most RVrs know.
You'll have to check with us. We are retired so who knows! We do a lot of last minute trips year-round, but feel free to give us a shout and see if we can accommodate you
It's a small town, but decent restaurants, shopping (Walmart, Safeway), and small casinos in town. There's a small museum in town and several historic BLM areas outside town.
Wonderful Host. Helped me find my way around Nevada even after I had left. Lots of good RV and basic chassie advice. Place was quiet except for the planes.
I stopped by in my small RV while passing through the area, met wrhjr3 and his wife. Very quiet spot near the end of a road, had an undisturbed evening with plenty of space. Watching the planes was pretty interesting, not as loud as I thought they'd be. Highly recommended!