Charleston Peak RV Resort

Charleston Peak RV Resort

We are very pleased to learn that Western Horizon Resorts has been given an Achievement Award
by Trailer Life Magazine for the quality of our Charleston Peak RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada.

"Achievement of this honor is a significant accomplishment and deserves recognition.
It takes special commitment by the management of a park to consistently maintain high standards in all areas of their operation.
Attainment of a high rating in each of the three categories of the Trailer Life Rating System takes ongoing hard work and dedication,
and it is an honor for Trailer Life to recognize your park as one among the Best of the Best!"
Trailer Life Magazine


Charleston Peak RV Resort sits near the Nevada - California border in Pahrump, Nevada. The desert environment of this region makes Charleston Peak a great winter destination. The resort is just several years old and offers almost 200 full service RV sites featuring 30/50 amp electrical service, water and sewage, and room for the big rigs up to 50'. The park boasts many amenities including a heated swimming pool with hot-tub, picnic area, clubhouse and laundry area. A handy and unusual feature of the resort is the on-site RV and car wash to keep your vehicles clean and shinning. Perhaps the best and most distinguishing feature of the Charleston Peak RV Park is being directly adjacent to the Pahrump Valley Winery.

Charleston-Peak_5ASitting side by side with the Charleston Peak RV Resort is the Pahrump Valley Winery. The winery is located in a handsome building surrounded by beautiful grounds and landscaping. Tours and wine tasting are offered as well as a gift shop and the Symphony's Restaurant for fine dining. The winery features wines from quality grapes grown in Nevada, California and Oregon, offering a fine selection of white, blush and red wines.

Symphony's Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, offers fine food, beautifully served in an atmosphere of quiet elegance, at reasonable prices. Business casual dress code - dine lavishly, dress comfortably.

Charleston-Peak_1The quality of the cuisine, the superb service and serene ambience of the dining room have been given rave reviews by food critics and travel writers countrywide. The real tributes, however, are also offered by the many Pahrump and Las Vegas "regulars", who come to dine at the winery again and again. This is a real treat and change of pace when RVing and staying at Charleston Peak.

The Pahrump area offers a wide range of attractions for many interests. The town itself has golf, fine dining and fun of casinos. The allure of Las Vegas is just a short hour drive away. For those wishing to get away from all the lights and glitter the Pahrump area offers a wealth of outdoor recreation and sightseeing. The area offers an interesting mix of both mountains and desert with plenty of camping and hiking. Pahrump is so close to the California border that many California attractions need to be included in things to see and do around Pahrump. Death Valley National Park is very close by and should not be missed for it's amazing terrain and geology.

Pahrump was originally inhabited by the Shoshone. It was discovered and slowly inhabited by American settlers in the late 19th century.They reportedly chose the name for the valley which Pahrump is named after the original indigenous name Pah-Rimpi, or "Water Rock," so named because of the abundant artesian wells in the valley. Because of these artesian wells, the new inhabitants of Pahrump Valley began a number of large ranch-style holdings, mostly over 1000 acres (4 km²) in size. On these ranches, alfalfa, cotton, and livestock were raised. Until the 1960s, Pahrump had no telephone service and there were no paved roads in or out of the Pahrump Valley. However, as Las Vegas grew, real estate speculation became more popular in the area, which led to increased interest in Pahrump. This led to the introduction of telephone service and the construction of a paved highway, from Las Vegas to Pahrump, during the late 1960s. Later, this road was extended from Pahrump northward to US 95, near Amargosa Valley. A second paved road was introduced that went from Pahrump to neighboring Shoshone, California, which provided a link to the Death Valley area, as well as a shorter route to those wishing to travel to Los Angeles or other areas in California. In 1974, Pahrump's first high school was constructed.