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The best camping near Beaver Dam State Park Nevada

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Beaver Dam Nevada adventure.

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Camp and get lost in a wilderness of canyons, creeks, and waterfalls at this remote Nevada park

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Fryer鈥檚 Ranch

1 site 路 RV, Tent5 acres 路 New Harmony, UT
Nestled 5 beautiful acres in a spread out horse neighborhood. This property sits where you can see amazing Mountain views on one side, and red rock plateaus and lava rock on the other. Set in Dark Sky Community, it has amazing stargazing. 5 minute drive to the entrance of Zions National Park, Kolob side, and a short drive to many other amazing hiking areas like Kanarraville Falls, Red Rock Canyon, and Zions and Bryce Canyon. Quiet, secluded, and safe. Easy access from the neighborhood to BLM land, and endless trails. Dry stream bed down the road to explore by foot, horse, or ATV. (Street legal ATV/UTV鈥檚 can drive on the roads here, so you can take off right from the camp spot). Note there are no bathrooms available on the property.
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Yellow Farm Dog

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents50 acres 路 Hurricane, UT
Nestled on 50 acres is your perfect Farm Stay, unlike anything else around! Enjoy the most beautiful sunsets, hammock lounging under shade trees, relaxing in our outdoor tubs, roasting marshmallows and telling stories around the fire pit at night. Go see our beautiful hens, feel the peaceful presence of the pastured horses and alpacas, and giggle over the sight and sounds of the free-ranging pigs. In addition to that, there is a nearby pond awaiting your presence, where you can relish in the delights of swimming and fishing for large-mouth bass and bluegill! We are about eight minutes from I15.
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$45
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BeuMor Mountain

1 site 路 Lodging1 acre 路 Washington, UT
We have an old tent trailer set up with king, queen and twin beds, bedding included. There is power and water but only a port-a-potty and, outdoor shower. The Fire pit is in the ground, there is room to pitch your own tent on some Sandy spots. It鈥檚 simple, it鈥檚 clean, the driveway is steep but there is parking for on vehicle if you can back up the hill.
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Cathedral Gorge Inn

2 sites 路 RVs1 acre 路 Panaca, NV
RV parking with full hook up amenities including Internet, water, sewer, and power. 5 state parks within 40 miles. Close proximity to nevadas best hunting units. There is a gas station close by. Easy access to highway 93. Not far from Zions, Great Basin, Valley national park. Free swimming near by in the panaca spring.
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The Orchards at Kolob RV Resort

37 sites 路 RVs4 acres 路 New Harmony, UT
There are over 8 million RV owners in the U.S., and they all need to stay somewhere. Whether you plan to stay one night or an entire week, we are a community that aspires to create a positive environment that emphasizes quality time with friends and family, peace and quiet, relaxation, and the majestic beauty of our natural environment. When we built The Orchards at Kolob RV Resort, we kept you in mind. Located right off I-15 in beautiful New Harmony, Utah we allow you to escape and explore all that Utah has to offer. We are situated in the perfect location to stay while you visit the mighty 5 national parks or take a day hike to Kanarraville Falls. Are you ready to stay at the best RV Resort Southern Utah has to offer? Well look no further. Our commitment to you is for you to have an RV stay to remember. The staff is always here to make sure your stay is perfect. If you need anything during your visit. Please don't hesitate to ask. We hope our contagious smiles and the beauty of our resort will keep you coming back year after year.
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$65
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Barney Flat

5 sites 路 RVs5 acres 路 Dammeron Valley, UT
Only 15 minutes from St. George with easy access off highway 18. We are 10 degrees on average cooler than St. George. Park your RV under one of our trees in a cool shady spot. Only 5 minutes from Snow Canyon, 10 minutes to Baker Reservoir, 25 minutes to Pine Valley, & only 20 minutes to Gunlock Reservoir
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Little Jamaica Camping

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents20 acres 路 Littlefield, AZ
Learn more about this land:We have several camping areas to choose from. The Virgin River is a short hike through the desert, About 20 minutes. A four wheeler would be ideal to explore the mountains which are about 15 minutes on a four wheeler from the camping area.
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Devil Trail Ranch

2 sites 路 Tents40 acres 路 Beryl Junction, UT
40 acres of land with direct access to the 56 Highway awaits you. The property is predominantly flat and offers convenient proximity to the nearby BLM land. While there are no current developed campground facilities, the location provides easy driveway access onto the 56 Highway. Surrounding the area are numerous state parks in Nevada, located close to the border. These include Spring Valley, Echo Canyon, Cathedral Gorge, Kershaw-Ryan, and Beaver Dam. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and explore the wonders of these remarkable state parks. The landscape features low shrubs and bushes, creating a unique and inviting environment for outdoor adventures.
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$18
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Booked 2 times

Anasazi Palms

25 sites 路 RVs6 acres 路 Littlefield, AZ
Welcome to Anasazi Palms Campground, located at 3359 Hwy 91 in Littlefield, Arizona. Our beautiful campground offers a unique and memorable experience for all types of campers. Anasazi Palms Rv park is an all-VIP large lot park. Each campsite is 40' wide by 85' deep and come with 50/30/20amp RV and water hookups. Sewage drain is conveniently near the power pedestal. Each spot has a concrete parking pad for two personal vehicles. The larger VIP + spots have a 10x30 front porch pad as well. All sites have incredible Arizona strip mountain views. Anasazi Palms Campground has a range of amenities to keep you entertained during your stay. In addition to our on-site amenities, we are conveniently located near a variety of attractions. Visit the nearby Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, or Lake Mead for a day of outdoor adventure. We are also located just a short drive from Mesquite, Nevada, which offers a variety of entertainment options, including golf courses and casinos. At Anasazi Palms Campground, we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service. Our friendly staff is always here to help you with anything you need during your stay. Come experience the beauty and tranquility of Anasazi Palms Campground. We look forward to hosting you soon!
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Valhalla Ranch

1 site 路 RV, Tent5 acres 路 Beryl Junction, UT
This 5 acre ranch property is mostly untouched sage and wild flowers. It has an awesome view of every mountain surrounding Beryl. We have the most gorgeous view of the stars and Milky Way at night! There is a famous conservatory up the road. The ground is extremely soft and would be amazing for outdoor yoga, and for the kids to play in. There is power on the property in case you need to plug something in. This property is perfectly located in between Panaca, NV (where the warm spring is, and historical towns) and Cedar Mountain/Brian Head/Bryce Canyon/& Zion National Park. The closest town is just down the highway a few miles to Enterprise for grocery and small town shops. The larger city, Cedar City, is only 35min away. We love this place because of how quiet and peaceful it is and we hope you love it too!
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$55
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Shema's Place on Hwy 56 Beryl, UT

10 sites 路 RVs, TentsBeryl, UT
I acquired this property for my 10 years goal while I'm in college. The community of Beryl has one school, Escalante Valley Elementary, and it is part of the Iron County School District. Originally established as a Union Pacific Railroad siding, Beryl was named in 1901 after the semi-precious stone beryl found in the area. The 2012 Beryl (ZIP 84714), population is 944. There are 2 people per square mile (population density). The median age is 31.6. The US median is 37.3. 57.63% of people in Beryl are married. 9.86% are divorced. The average household size is 3.13 people. 40.54% of people are married, with children. 6.31% have children, but are single.Learn more about this land:An inexpensive destination to park your RV, 5th Wheel, Van or any toy or simply just camp overnight then head on to your destination the next day. Its an open land with a view of sorounding mauntain. I have no water and hook up so it's just a place to stay for the night or if you are used to dry camping this is the place for you for inexpensive night stay. Half to an hour from National, State Parks and Lake. Visit the College and Festival town of Cedar City. Hiking and ATVeing the open and beautiful dessert land of UT. Ski in the winter and mountain biking in the summer at Brian Head Ski Resort. Explore the beautiful Zion National Parks in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The possibilities are endless. Come and help me improve my place for your next visit...
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Serenity Sage Retreat

1 site 路 RV, Tent2 acres 路 Beryl Junction, UT
Here is a great opportunity for people who love camping! This land is located in Beryl Junction, Utah. It is a flat sage desert, which is perfect for those who want to experience the beauty of nature. The vast expanse of the desert provides ample space for both tent and RV camping. The clear skies and the serene environment make it an ideal location for stargazing and enjoying the tranquility of the outdoors. You can expect to wake up to the sound of birds chirping and the warm sun shining on your face. The desert is home to a variety of flora and fauna, so you might even spot some wildlife during your stay. The flat terrain makes it easy to set up camp and explore the area. You can take a leisurely hike or bike ride, or simply relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. This property is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in nature.
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The best camping near Beaver Dam State Park Nevada guide

Overview

About

Off the Great Basin Highway near the Utah border, Beaver Dam State Park is the quietest and most remote park in Nevada. Perfect for those seeking solitude and rugged wilderness, the park features deep canyons, dramatic outcroppings, juniper, pinyon and ponderosa pine forests, streams, and waterfalls. Visitors can enjoy hiking, picnicking, fishing, and wildlife watching. The park is home to extensive wildlife, including the namesake beavers, along with mule deer, coyotes, bobcats, jackrabbits, porcupines, lizards, snakes, and birds. Two developed and one primitive campground let visitors stay and enjoy the rustic beauty longer, and include picnic tables, fire pits, and vault toilets.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for views: Campground A is right next to the Interpretive Trail which leads to a scenic overlook.
  • Best for light travelers: A walk-in campground is available near the Beaver Dam Wash Trail and Waterfall Trail.
  • Best for groups: One group area in Campground B offers space for groups to overnight, and can be reserved in advance by calling the park.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Arrive early in the day, especially during peak periods, since all campsites are first-come first-served.聽
  2. If your travel plans are flexible, try visiting during the week and during off-peak and non-holiday times.
  3. If you鈥檙e traveling with a group, you can reserve the group area in Campground B by calling the park.

When to go

The park can be visited year-round. Summers are warm and thunderstorms can be common in July and August. Spring and fall offer the most pleasant weather for outdoor activiti4es. Although the campground is open year-round, drinking water is only available from April through November. Visitor services are available from May to October. Winter snowfall can be extensive, which limits access.

Know before you go

  • Access is via a 28-mile unpaved dirt and gravel road. Most vehicles should be able to make it during dry weather, though a 4WD vehicle with high clearance is ideal.
  • Electric power and landline phone service are not available inside the park. There is only limited cell reception at the park鈥檚 north entrance.
  • Don鈥檛 forget your binoculars; the park is a designated Watchable Wildlife Area.
  • A Nevada fishing license is required for anyone 12 and over, and must be purchased outside the park.
  • Pets are welcome but must be kept on a six feet leash.
  • There is no trash disposal in the park. Visitors must pack all their trash out.

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