June 11, 2022
Boot Hill RV Park was all gravel, which is what you expect in the desert. There were some trees, they aren’t big enough to provide shade. The campsites are close together and long pull through sites with full hookups. The campsites are fairly level. We had no problems with the power. The water did not taste good, but that was not something the park could change, as it was city water.
The office is a small gift shop. The laundry and showers are in the same building as the office in the back. They also had an exercise room. There was a lovely picnic area by the office.
The RV park has two dog walks and two dog parks. The dog parks and walks are gravel. Nox likes to pee and poop in grass, so she wasn’t happy about having to pee and poop on gravel. At least she didn’t have any burs to get into her fur.
The roads were easy for us to use and pull our rig through. The park has two gates, one along the highway and one along the side road. The highway is very busy, so I recommend that you come in at the side road.
The sunsets were spectacular! We also had a view of the “World’s Largest Pistachio”.