Pitch your tent or park your RV and ATV. Enjoy the mountain and desert views. Quiet community, and this empty lot offers privacy and seclusion. If you have forgotten any items for your trip, take a quick trip into town and visit the friendly locals. If you like, roam about the town and learn about its rich history. Visit the hot springs or go for a hike in the near by areas.
Pitch your tent or park your RV and ATV. Enjoy the mountain and desert views. Quiet community, and this empty lot offers privacy and seclusion. If you have forgotten any items for your trip, take a quick trip into town and visit the friendly locals. If you like, roam about the town and learn about its rich history. Visit the hot springs or go for a hike in the near by areas. Or, just hang out on the property and enjoy unwinding!
- Check in: After 12AM
- Check out: Before 11PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Quaint and Secluded Yet Accessible in Nevada.
The vibe at Quaint and Secluded Yet Accessible
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This was perfect for what we needed! We wanted a place to throw some sleeping bags down for a few hours during a long drive across I-80. This was only about 5 minutes from the highway. It is in a (very) rural neighborhood, but definitely private enough that we felt fine. Host was lovely and even called to make sure that we found the place.
Nice quiet space.
Arriving at Golconda was not the hard part, it was the directions to get to the site. The host told me that there would be a fence around the site, so we drove to where the directions told us. I was confused because the pictures reflected the directions but the host told us there was some Century One signs to mark the site. The signs were about one block from the area we saw fenced off. There was no fencing in the lot where we were supposed to stay. If anyone is planning on staying here, the lot is between the two black Century one signs, do not go all the way to the cross street in the directions, and there are posts around the site but no fencing of any sort. Aside from the location of the site being confusing, the site itself was fine. If you could get past the bugs, you will have a good experience. We just needed a place to camp out that night before continuing our way to Utah. The site was eight next to the freeway and it was still nice and quiet, while not being in the middle of nowhere without any civilization around.
I would definitely recommend this spot to someone if they just need a one night place to crash and regain energy.
Confusing and frustrating
If you just need an empty lot on a quiet street to park a small RV or set up a tent, this is fine, but keep your expectations very low. This is just a small empty 1/4 acre lot, that’s uneven, tough to find and difficult to get into.
Larger Trailers, 5th wheels or Class A/B/C RV’s should not try to stay here. You have to make a two hard turns to get onto the lot, you can’t pull in or back in straight from the road because of a ditch between the property and road. Also, the property is very uneven and full of broken glass, property pins in the ground (watch your tires) and garbage.
Also, directions are terrible, especially if you are trying to find the place in the dark. When you turn on the street, the first property you see is an RV park lined with rail road ties as fence posts. But this is NOT the property. You have to go further down to 6th street, which I only learned after texting the host, but there’s no signage, no address, no nothing to let you know you are in the right spot. The host who said there was a Century 21 sign on the property. There was not! I asked if the property was on the east or west side of the street, and she couldn’t tell me.
I guess in the end, I would recommend staying here Only as a last resort.
Thanks Georgia! This campsite was just what we needed during our cross country road trip. When entering the street from the side of the road near the highway, this campsite is a little ways down on the left hand side of the road. We had some trouble finding it in the dark but once we did, the fencing around it was evident. Make sure to pack warm gear because it was chilly! (Late May)