Angel Creek Campground is located on the grassy foothills of the East Humboldt Mountain Range, just eight miles southwest of Wells, Nev. It sits at an elevation of 6,200 feet. Visitors enjoy making the short drive to Angel Lake for canoeing and fishing. Natural Features: The campground is situated among mature aspens, which offer partial shade and beautiful fall color. Wildflowers dot the area during the summer months. Recreation: Beautiful Angel Lake is just four miles from the campground, offering great canoeing and fishing for rainbow and brook trout. Greys Lake Trail, a 4.75-mile round-trip path to a hidden alpine lake, begins at Angel Lake. A variety of wildlife, including bighorn sheep, mountain goats, deer and birds of prey, make its home around the lake, creating good viewing opportunities for visitors to the area. Facilities: The campground provides vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection. Each campsite contains a picnic table and combination campfire ring with grill. Most sites have tent pads. Firewood is available for purchase from the host. The tent only group camping area can accommodate up to 30 people and six tents. There is parking for six vehicles. The site contains picnic tables, a group fire ring and family grill. The site is handicap accessible. If not reserved, the site can be used on a first-come, first-served basis for group camping or day use picnics. ACTIVITIES Boating: Canoeing Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Wildlife Viewing
This is 6,200 foot elevation 8 miles outside Wells, Nevada. Peaceful camping in an aspen grove with fire pits, toilet, trash receptacle. If you’re a birder it’s got high desert birds, raptors. I saw my first Lewis’s woodpecker, watched a Harrier hunting, a flock of soaring, bug eating Common Nighthawks, deer everywhere. Stunning views of the terrain. Designated tent pitching squares, kinda rocky but fine with a protective footprint.
Beautiful location. Close enough to the highway to stay here on a road trip but far enough that the only sounds I noticed at night were the deer or elk in the area