There arent any buildings or structures on the land, it is just open land which is why I have provided coordinates and not a gps location. Seasonal river by the road has trout (please follow Nevada laws on fishing) the road to the property is a normal dirt road but driveway is a little offroad-ish and should be take lightly but there are a lot of spots on the road to park th
There arent any buildings or structures on the land, it is just open land which is why I have provided coordinates and not a gps location. Seasonal river by the road has trout (please follow Nevada laws on fishing) the road to the property is a normal dirt road but driveway is a little offroad-ish and should be take lightly but there are a lot of spots on the road to park that you can see from your cap site. And there are only 2 level spots on the property hill that are big and flat for parking. Tent sights can be made anywhere up the hill or in the slight valley closer to the road. Views of a few cortes mountains including to be seen on the property (Mt Luis, Dome peak, Havindon peak, Bald Mt.) Also near the Barrick Cortez Hills Mine and fire creak mine and a ruby mine. On hill top road not far from the land is old timer mine houses and sealed up mines. There are all common wildlife. Birds are easy to watch with the shap of the valley. And the close town of Creasant vally is a fun little town, ))The dirt hills and ditches on the outskirts of Crescent Valley and on the property are the perfect type of terrain to enjoy some dirt biking, or off roading. which is the common interest in the area.. Please share my land with me. I would live to hear about your journey. Also encouraged to mark peaceful things or tag into the dirt or rock formation. Have fun!
- Check in: After 12AM
- Check out: Before 11PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are tons of BLM lands
Natural features you'll find at Long Life Ranch in Nevada.
The vibe at Long Life Ranch
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Great experience! beautiful views
Beautiful area and instructions for getting there were perfect. Loved staying here and enjoying the views of the mountains. You’ll need 4 wheel drive for the driveway
Breath taking seclusion
We were blown away by the property, the view, and the feel of being away. While it was definitely an adventure to get there it was worth every minute. We have camped a lot and thought this was easily a top 3 location all time.
One key: follow directions from crescent valley not battle mountain. The battle mountain direction was very rugged and needed 4 wheel drive. However the direction from crescent valley was a well maintain road with only a short stint on the driveway to get to a more excluded spot.
I actually wasn't able to find the place, but thoroughly enjoyed the area. I'd recommend updating the directions - I made the mistake of not doublechecking before leaving cell phone range.
Remote and rugged
The place is very remote, which makes it nice and quiet. The stars are incredible. Definitely recommend some solid ground clearance, especially if you’re coming from Battle Mountain. My Forester bottomed out over a couple of the stream crossings
Very secluded spot in the middle of nowhere :)
It wasn't entirely clear where we should pitch our tent, so we drove for a long way (~15 minutes) along the driveway. We stopped at 40°22'37.0"N 116°45'37.4"W, which has a fairly large clearing that a couple tents would fit.
We had a 2WD vehicle and had no issue getting there (via Crescent Valley), but likely wouldn't have been able to go much further. So, if you have any concerns about that, go to Crescent Valley first, then navigate to the spot.
This spot was in the middle of nowhere. I am not opposed to the middle of nowhere, but I found this place really hard to get to and incredibly remote. The directions were ok, but not exact, making it challenging to be sure we were in the right spot. I was pulling a small trailer. There was no way I could pull that up the “driveway”. We stayed on the apron and it was fine, smelled like sage, and weathered a lightening storm without issue. It was super remote to just get a side of the road pull out.
There are no visible amenities in Crescent Valley. Be sure to top off and get water in Battle Mountain.
If you like remote, quiet, off the beaten path and a good 45 minutes from the interstate, this is perfect. Tent campers might be able to get up the driveway and enjoy more of the land.
Where is this camping site?
Unfortunately I was never able to find the camping site even after reaching out to Andrew! Otherwise the area is very beautiful, however it all looked like private property.