Fifteen rural acres in Stagecoach (yes, really!), NV, 23 miles east of Carson City, 1 mile off of the historic Pony Express route of Highway 50, "The Loneliest Road in America," gateway to unlimited BLM backcountry adventures. Great stopover if you're coming from the Southwest, LA or Bay Area and heading north or east. Desert mountains dominate all horizons. Forty-five minutes from Wadsworth, NV, gateway to the Black Rock Desert and the annual Burning Man Festival. Sage-covered land is near historic Virginia City and home to coyotes, jackrabbits, myriad bird species--and roving wild horses. One primitive site near paved road. Portable table and chairs available; full bathroom in nearby house; water and power available.
NOTE: Camp host reserves the right to sometimes not respond to bookings requests for up to one week.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Stagecoach Acres
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As soon as we arrived Patricia offered us Iced Tea to cool off, and showed us the campsite--a cleared plot about 100 feet from her house (the toilet is a bathroom in her house). She showed us the water hose and electricity access point in the little shed next to her home. We were cozy and had a beautiful view of the stars--it was a nice place to camp as we were passing through.
Patricia was extremely accommodating! She offered her laundry room, gave us a jug of drinking water, and allowed us to borrow her table and chairs to enjoy the desert landscape as the sun set. She also gave us a tarp and umbrella for our tent site! Bathroom access in her house was open all night. Her quick, continuous communication leading up to the night we stayed helped us know exactly how to get there and arrange plans accordingly.
Our stay was awesome! New experience for us with desert environment! Seeing many jackrabbits, lizards, etc. The host is so friendly. Guided us to everything right away! During dark, we enjoyed the full view of stars and moon. Amazing!!! Thanks! God bless!
We were four students going for a weekend trip to Lake Tahoe and camping at Pat's place for the two nights.
Pat was very kind and helpful, she gave us great advice on the places to visit and lent us some maps for our journey.
The campground itself is very nice, we had access to a toilet and a shower and Pat offered us drinking water. We were very satisfied with our stay, thanks a lot!