Fall Lake
Ari A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 25, 2021

Nice tucked away campground

Nice national forest campground that seems well run, has sites with decent privacy and nice bathrooms.

Sites vary a lot in size and some are quite unlevel so luck of the draw on whether your rig can fit, but worth trying.

I'd you have a Class B, B+, or small C, try to snag Site 42. It's around the curve from other sites on the loop and has great privacy. Parking spot is down a small hill from your picnic table and fire ring but the parking is quite level.

Bathrooms only have one shower per gender but work well and have good hot water.

You can get water here but note there is no RV dump station.

Lake is on the smaller side and seemed peaceful the one day we were here. Decent boat ramp for access Swimming beach isn't much but works if you want it to.

Overall a nice tucked away campground in the forest with a lake, a short paved biking/hiking trial, decent amenities and friendly staff.

Plus it's only about 8 miles from Ely if you need provisions.

  • Site 42 is large but has a relatively small parking area
  • Site 42 is all by itself
  • Table and fire are up a small hill at site 42 but the parking area is quite level
  • A quick tour of site 42
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  • Insider tip: Don't miss the nearby hike and waterfalls that are a short drive down the road from the campground!
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Month of VisitAugust