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Schellraiser
6 units · Glamping80 acres · Mc Gill, NevadaThe Schellraiser music festival offers a variety of seasonal glamping and camping options on our...
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Bring your camera the skies are gorgeous!
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Flyte and Sparrow
9 units · Motorhomes, Tents96 acres · Reno, CaliforniaWhen you come to camp here you are on a working farm in transition. Girlfarm has been a local...
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Death Valley Camp
9 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents8 acres · NevadaOur 8-acre property is located in the Mojave Desert surrounded by BLM land and nearby Death Valley National Park. One of the first vineyards in Nevada, we grow 5 varieties of grapes that are bottled in nearby Pahrump, NV. Your campsite is located next to the vines and includes a shared composting toilet in our rustic bathhouse. We also offer an outdoor shower, coffee, and tea that are available to enjoy by donation. You are also welcome to plug in to a standard outlet for charging and use our hose for drinking water and filling tanks. Both Verizon & AT&T work well out here to stay connected.On the property expect to see & hear our Guinea Fowl foraging for bugs throughout the day and early morning. They do a great job of keeping the insects away! We also have two Dobermans running around the property, digging holes, and keeping an eye on the place. Our vines start to grow in April and are watered daily (often at night). We try to avoid watering when guests are sleeping but occasionally you might hear an irrigation pump...the things we put up with for wine! Outside our gates, enjoy biking, hiking, scrambling, and exploring the Amargosa Desert and nearby Skeleton Hills.Nearby attractions include Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge (30-minutes) and Death Valley National Park (45-minutes). We have spent a lot of time in the park and are happy to answer questions, make suggestions, or even take you on a tour.
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Great Basin Camping
2 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents6 acres · Baker, NevadaWe purchased this unique property in 2020. The previous owner lived in the Hobbit house full time...
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Jon W.’s Land
20 units · Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Smith, Nevada
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Desert Paradise with Mountain Views
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent3 acres · Moapa Valley, NevadaLearn more about this land:Tiny farm campsite in Southern Nevada surrounded by beautiful...
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Sunshine, Serenity and Sierras
1 unit · Motorhome, TentReno, NevadaWe love to pass our free time here in the sunshine and juniper drafts overlooking the Sierras....
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On site tent for you to use! please keep it clean for the next guest
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Mountain View camp
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Pahrump, Nevada
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Las Vegas Mountain Glamping
4 units · Glamping1 acre · Nevada#1 Glampsite in Las Vegas!  The area offers the most spectacular Pristine Mountains, Stunning...
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Black Star Ranch Vineyard
2 units · Motorhomes5 acres · Pahrump, NevadaCome join us for a night at the vineyard! Not just your typical RV space, campsites border grapes planted in October, 2021. With seven varietals represented, Black Star Ranch Vineyard has taken on the unique challenge of growing both red and white varietals in the desert. From peaceful morning coffee with guinea hens fighting against bugs to quiet evenings and all the chores that come with vineyard animals and their entertaining ways, we welcome you to a place of peace and restoration! On the way to Death Valley National Park and an hour from Las Vegas with local attractions such as Front Sight and Spring Mountain Motor Sports. Pahrump has its own winery and distilling culture with tours and sampling available. Come join us for a one-of-a-kind camping experience!
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Camp in the Woods
3 units · Motorhomes160 acres · Yerington , Nevada160 acres in the woods with 2 natural springs or artesian wells - private secluded location -...
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Cottonwood Ranch
16 units · Motorhomes, TentsNevadaSituated in the heart of Nevada’s Great Basin, Cottonwood is a fifth generation working horse and...
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When most people think of Nevada, one of two things come to mind: either Las Vegas or desert landscapes. It's an understandable assessment; after all, most of the state's population is concentrated in the Las Vegas area, and much of the state is, indeed, rugged desert land. In fact, it’s the driest state in the union. That said, Nevada offers plenty more than casinos and barren expanses and is a fantastic place if you want to get out in nature without crowds. Here you’ll find massive mountain peaks, ancient rock formations, Wild West towns, oddball roadside attractions, and plenty of opportunities to commune with nature in near silence.

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Northern Nevada

Nevada's northernmost stretch is characterized by Wild West nostalgia and quiet communities, many heavily influenced by the descendants of the Basque immigrants who settled the region in the 19th century. The western part is home to both the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge and the Black Rock Desert, where Burning Man is held every year. Continue further east and you'll find yourself in the remote Ruby Mountains, an amazing place to hike, camp, and birdwatch.

North-Central Nevada

This quiet swathe of Nevada has some of the best outdoor attractions in the state, from the Lehman Caves system in Great Basin National Park to the massive sand dunes appropriately known as Sand Mountain. If you really want to get a feel for the region, take a long drive down desolate Highway 50, which follows the old Pony Express route. Drive far enough west and you'll end up in Lake Tahoe, offering year-round recreation and easy access to the largest alpine lake on the continent. 

Central Nevada

Vast central Nevada offers a mix of quirky roadside attractions and rocky scenery. Cathedral Gorge State Park is particularly fantastic, with otherworldly caves, towering hoodoos, and more than its fair share of jackrabbits. Fans of the supernatural won't want to miss a trip along the so-called Extraterrestrial Highway, which passes Area 51 along with all sorts of UFO-themed oddities.

Southern Nevada

Although Las Vegas is southern Nevada's undisputed star, there's plenty to see and do in the region beyond Sin City, from immersing yourself in Wild West history at the Pioneer Saloon in Jean to learning about the history of hydroelectric energy at the massive Hoover Dam. If you want to take a hike, head to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, where you'll find over 30 miles of red sandstone-flanked trails.

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