Beatty RV Park

(2) Reviews

6333 Hwy. 95 N, Beatty, NV, 89003

At Beatty RV Park, you’ll discover the ideal place to park your wagon, from our old-fashioned Nevada hospitality to amenities that make you feel right at home. Beatty RV Park offers 50-amp electrical hookups—and we offer the largest pull-thru sites in town.

Located on 6333 Hwy. 95 N in Beatty, NV lies the Beatty RV Park. This pet friendly RV park includes WiFi, water, sewer, showers, electricity. This site is open all year.

Last Updated: 07/24/2023

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Sites $25.00 $150.00 $275.00 See More

Laundry Facilities


Community Showers

Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

Picnic Table

30 Amps

6333 Hwy. 95 N, Beatty, NV, 89003
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Louis Clark

Moved over here from Space Station RV park for the 50 amp service. Level spots. Easy setup. Mike was Great in getting us set up. Huge pull through! Cell service was great with 5g. Our only complaint is it was right next to the road. Pretty quiet at night but early morning a lot of truck traffic. Couldn’t believe the rate. $25 for full hookup!

Jan Waggoner

Beatty, Nevada - Beatty RV Park - Located on highway 95 just before the main part of town; 775-553-2732. FHU, level gravel sites, some pull throughs and some back ins. 30 and 50 amp sites. We had a 50 amp site in one of those extra long double sites, where the first rig gets to pull through and the 2nd rig has to pull in and then back out when leaving. We got there early enough to get the front site. Laundry, restrooms and showers, pet friendly, big rigs fine, no OTA reception, no cable, no WiFi (our Verizon MiFi works well and so does ATT). We do not have a satellite so I cannot say if it works. Beatty is a small friendly desert town near the gold mining ghost town of Rhyolite and less than an hour from parts of Death Valley National Park. Several of our neighbors in the park say they are staying here and visiting the park from here, but that would add too much driving time for us, in our opinion, and the park campgrounds are great so we stayed inside the park at Furnace Creek Campground and returned here to visit Rhyolite and the local Beatty History Museum. For off road enthusiasts, the park has access to BLM land through an eight foot gate. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group