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The 20 best camping spots in Nevada.

Snow, sand, and sun are all available when camping in Nevada. Explore historic Nevada locations with beautiful views and activities.

Toquima Cave Campground

1. Toquima Cave Campground

Toquima Cave Campground sits in a forested area just a half-mile from the nearby caves. The cave walls were decorated in red, yellow, black, and...

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Kingston Campground

2. Kingston Campground

A small camp located near the Toiyabe Crest National Recreation Trail and Arc Dome Wilderness, Kingston Campground gives you great access to nearby...

Katey
Katey: Found a walk up site very late one Wednesday night in June. Some have called this the "Yosemite of Nevada" and I would very...
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Nevada may be most commonly known for a plethora of gambling activity, but be sure to not write off the amazing landscapes, history, and camping available within the state. The Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada's own slice of Red Rocks camping. The red sandstone formations have been around for 150 million years. Definitely worth exploring and seeing for yourself! One of the Read more...
Nevada may be most commonly known for a plethora of gambling activity, but be sure to not write off the amazing landscapes, history, and camping available within the state. The Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada's own slice of Red Rocks camping. The red sandstone formations have been around for 150 million years. Definitely worth exploring and seeing for yourself! One of the best parts of camping is getting away from the bustling cities and enjoying the beautiful starry night skies. A great place to count the stars is Great Basin National Park in eastern Nevada. Check out the famous Lehman Caves, over 60 miles of trails, and small private campground. Lake Tahoe is definitely the best of both worlds year-round. From beautiful warm summers to snowy winters, Lake Tahoe is located between California and Nevada and provides endless adventures for picturesque moments.
Peavine Creek Campground

3. Peavine Creek Campground

You’ll find Peavine Creek Campground on the southeastern side of the rugged Toiyable Mountain Range. This small and quiet campground sits on the...

San Juan Campground

4. San Juan Campground

Perched at 7,600 feet of elevation, San Juan Campground has an open setting with views of the canyon and access to the Toiyabe Crest National...

Ichthyosaurs, an ancient marine reptile swam in a warm ocean that covered central Nevada 225 million years ago. The fossils are a must see!
Big Creek Campground

5. Big Creek Campground

A small camp at the mouth of a canyon along a creek, Big Creek Campground is surrounded by water birch, cottonwood, and Russian olive trees with a...

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Bob Scott Campground

6. Bob Scott Campground

A high elevation camp (7,200 feet) set in a pinyon-juniper forest, Bob Scott Campground sets you up for some solid recreational opportunities. Go...

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Fort Churchill helped guard the Pony Express route and was a base for hundreds of soldiers.
Lakeshore Car Camping
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7. Lakeshore Car Camping

100% Recommend (16 Campers)

We're a husband & wife team and this is our adopted home - a small RV Park & Campground located directly on the shores of Bridgeport...

Nate
Nate: There were 6 of us who stayed on two campsites, and the views were spectacular. The bathrooms were clean, and you have full...
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Cherry Creek Campground

8. Cherry Creek Campground

Cherry Creek Campground sits in a forest of pinyon and juniper near Little Cherry Creek. This rustic campground is just outside of Quinn Canyon...

There are 69 miles of shoreline at Lahontan Reservoir allowing for great fishing, kayaking, horseback riding and camping!
Columbine Campground

9. Columbine Campground

Explore the Toiyabe Crest Trail and Arc Dome Wilderness with a stay at Columbine Campground. This site has a canyon setting on Stewart Creek, and a...

Berlin-Ichthyosaur Campground

10. Berlin-Ichthyosaur Campground

Berlin-Ichthyosaur Campground is near the ghost town of Berlin, a well-preserved mining town. Spend some time exploring the town (many original...

Rob
Rob: Make sure to talk with the rangers, and take a tour of the Diana Mine, and a tour of the ichthyosaur dig (it's in a closed...
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The Valley of Fire has 2,000 year old petroglyphs carved into the massive red sandstone in the Mohave Desert.
Ward Mountain Campground

11. Ward Mountain Campground

Located in the Ward Mountain Recreation Area, the campground is in a forest of pinyon pine and juniper offering shade and privacy to visitors....

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Mountain Views RV Camping
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12. Mountain Views RV Camping

100% Recommend (5 Campers)

We're a husband & wife team and this is our adopted home - a small RV Park & Campground located directly on the shores of Bridgeport...

Sophia
Sophia: Beautiful location on the other side of Yosemite National Park - quiet and relaxed. Hosts were friendly and welcoming. There...
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Willow Creek Campground

13. Willow Creek Campground

Fancy a little high desert action with some pretty rad looking historical structures thrown in? Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park has it all....

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Strawberry Creek Campground

14. Strawberry Creek Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Strawberry Creek Campground is one of the more primitive campgrounds located in a remote area of the Great Basin National Park. The roads are...

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Tuolumne Meadows Walk-In Campground

15. Tuolumne Meadows Walk-In Campground

97% Recommend (36 Campers)

Jacquie
Jacquie: We love the Tuolumne Meadows backpackers camp before and after our main trek. The walk-in camp is behind the A loop. Family...
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Lower Lehman Creek Campground

16. Lower Lehman Creek Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

If you’re camping in the Great Basin, you should give Lower Lehman Creek Campground a shot. Campsites are right on the creek, and it’s just a few...

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Upper Pines Campground

17. Upper Pines Campground

95% Recommend (75 Campers)

As with most things in Yosemite, bigger is better. Same goes for Upper Pines Campground (this spot has 238 campsites yo!). It very well may be the...

Courtney
Courtney: Upper Pines: not for getting away from people. You are crammed in. People will walk through your campsite. But it really can't...
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Old Yosemite Base Camp
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18. Old Yosemite Base Camp

98% Recommend (29 Campers)

Pitch your tent at one of five Old Yosemite Base Camp drive in sites located just a few hundred feet from OYBE walk in camp. OYBC offers six acres...

Lesha
Lesha: Nice site, off in the woods with beautiful views, fire pit with cooking grill over the top, plenty of wood for our fires. The...
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Elk Flat Campground

19. Elk Flat Campground

Elk Flat Campground sits on Steptoe Creek, a hike or short drive from Cave Lake. There are hiking trails here for all skill levels, so take your...

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Lake View Campground

20. Lake View Campground

Lake View Campground sits near Cave Lake, popular for swimming, boating, and fishing. Trophy-sized fish have been caught here recently, so bring...

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