Shamrock RV Park

(2) Reviews

260 Parr Boulevard, Reno, NV, 89512

Shamrock RV Park is located near the iconic Nevada town of Reno, and is the perfect camping spot for anyone who loves great casino games, historic sites, activities and outdoor terrain. Plus, RVers at the park can expect warm days, cool nights and clear skies for stargazing and sunset viewing.


Amenities and Activities

Travelers can expect a ton of great activities near the campground. Some traveler favorites include: cave exploring, canoeing, kayaking, river tubing, mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming, skiing, golfing, hiking, boating and aerial tours. Amenities at the park include: swimming pool, gift shop, laundry facility, exercise room,  picnic areas, dog walks and propane sales.


Visitors can expect great local attractions such as:

- Neon Museum

- Club Cal Neva

- Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay

- Wynn Las Vegas

- High Roller

- Circus Circus Las Vegas

- Eldorado Reno

- Lake Mead

- The Mirage

- Stratosphere Las Vegas


Travelers at the park can take advantage of not only the inexpensive RV accommodations compared to nearby hotels, but also stellar outdoor attractions like Lake Tahoe and the Valley of Fire, great activities and stellar eats. Reserve early to hold your site. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 05/15/2020


Laundry Facilities

Fitness Room

Propane Refilling Station

Dump Station

Cable Hookups

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps






White-Water Rafting

Pet Friendly

260 Parr Boulevard, Reno, NV, 89512
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Melissa Hood

CONNIE ALLOWED POTENTIAL PEDOPHILES TO ENTER SHOWERS WITH MY 14 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER INSIDE. Connie, the manager, knowingly allowed potential pedophiles to go into the shower area while my 14 year autistic daughter was in there with nothing but a shower curtain for her safety and privacy. You can't even lock the door. Creepers were allowed to ignore the posted hours and enter the facilities. When my daughter came home crying and upset, luckily she wasn't raped or abducted, I talked to Connie about it. She treated me like we had done something wrong and there was nothing wrong with these perverts going in there and ignoring the posted hours. There is a camera, all Connie had to do was talk to the creepers who were doing this. Their wiring fried my RV and I'm lucky it didn't start a fire with me, my little girl and my fur babies inside. They blamed me and offered to fix my RV, for a price. The rude, condescending and snide park manager claimed I used too many space heaters, but my $29 monthly electric bill proved otherwise. I only own one space heater that I rarely use. The heat in my RV is propane fueled. Not only did the park manager not apologize, but they even threatened to charge me if it happened again. The day after I posted this review Connie kicked me and my autistic 14 year old daughter out of the park during the COVID19 pandemic despite never having been late paying my rent. Keep your children safe by staying away from the perverts in this place.

Karen S Schneider

5000 ft elevation so out of the valley of the city but still beautiful country/ mountains & quiet. Nothing is more than 15 min away. Internet is just OK but free. They have free cable but we used Direct TV. The place is clean. People are friendly. The staff are very nice. They leave your stuff alone & people watch out for you too. I feel this is the best park in Reno. It met our needs. We had a fifth wheel & stayed here 6 months. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group