SKP-Pair-a-Dice is affiliated with the Escapees RV Club.
An Escapees Membership RV Co-op
Plan on visiting us? We don't take reservations, but if you are an Escapees Member, and think you may arrive at Pair-a-Dice after regular business hours, please pull into one of the boondock sites at the front of our park, just inside the main entrance. Make yourself comfortable and stop by the office in the morning. Enjoy your stay!
SKP Pair-a-Dice * 5150 Oakridge Ave * Pahrump NV 89048 US * Tel. 1-775-727-7221
China Ranch Date Farm - The Old Spanish Trail is rich in history, as is the Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad Bed. Visit the Gift Shop and try some delicious date nut bread and their famous date shakes!
Picture Yourself having fun in Pair-A-Dice
Free WiFi at the CH
Death Valley - Start at the Four Diamond Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch, The park headquarters. Activites include flower viewing, stargazing, horse back riding and more.
GPS: N36deg. 8.700' - W115deg. 58.000'
Explore - We promise you
the area is filled with more sights and activities than you can imagine. Small town living and big city fun.
Play - What's your pleasure? Golf, Casino Resorts, Local Winery, Valley Museum, Atomic Testing Museum, and more.
Stay - for the friendships you'll make. Caring and sharing folks, fun loving and creative events in our park, morning coffee klatch, daily social hour.
Take care of business -Head out to run local errands downtown: Wal-mart, WalGreens, Banking, U.S Post Office, Smith's Foods, Albertsons, Medical Services, Dentists, Churches, Library, Restaurants and more, all in easy reach.
First Time Visitors Stay
One Week for $50.00
See & Do - Downtown Pahrump
Las Vegas - If you're looking for fun and excitement, try your hand at the slots or take in a great Vegas Show. Don't forget the nightly sky show at the Freemont Experience.
Please call ahead for space availability.
Multiple offers may not be used.
Offers may change.
Call us now at 1-775-727-7221
Ash Meadows - The Devils Hole pupfish, native to Devils Hole, a geothermal aquifer-fed pool within a limestone cavern is in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, east of Death Valley. It is the world's rarest fish, fewer than 200 since 2005. The species evolved about 60,000 years ago.