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15 Reviews of 6 Duckwater, Nevada Campgrounds
Clean neat and friendly, pull throughs are easy, low key atmosphere. Water(well) good taste,some fruit trees (apple) at the sites. Pickable in season.
Free campground but I would gladly pay a few dollars if it meant more upkeep for the area or more trees. The campsites are spaced out okay but there is little shrubbery to provide much privacy. The shelters were fantastic though for hanging tarps. Sites had fire pits and grills. The hot springs and…
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Great free campground. There's a dirt road going around the reservoir and one can go for a long walk. (Driving a subaru impreza hatchback with 5.1 inches ground clearance.)
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I did not have a reservation and found Ward Mountain Campground on Google maps. The road were well maintained. There were spots that accommodate group camping. No water , electric, or dumping station. There were bath rooms and a dumpster for getting rid of trash. The driveway for site…
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Family fun. Horse trails, bike trails, bike trails… Nice spot for a few days and close to a small town (Ely).
Ok so the camp ground we didn’t find any bathrooms buttt just about 10 minute walk they have them at the charcoal ovens. Each spot has covered tables and fire rings. The spots were actually pretty small so if you have a tent bigger than 6 person you will not fit in these spots. Long drive area…
Far from freeway and people. Great stars
First time camping here. Son and family camp here every year in October and we can see why. Nice level camp spots, water is available for washing dishes/catch. Will return again!
To get to Illipah Reservoir Recreation Area and Campground, you need to drive a graded gravel road. We saw people in fifth wheels and trailers so they must have been okay with the washboards. The sites are spaced far enough apart for privacy as there are no trees for shade. There are shaded picnic…
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The Ward Mountain Campground is nicely situated less than a mile off of Route 6, just 6 miles from Ely, NV. It is surrounded by dense juniper and pine. We are in campsite 26 in loop B. It has a bit of a view and you have to focus to hear any road sounds. It’s rather quiet here and sparsely…
We arrived late at night. Campground was very easy to find and easy to get to in our big rig. We have a 39’ Class C. We used it just for a rest area between Idaho and Arizona. There were fire rings, picnic tables, sun shade at most (if not all) spots. And I did notice at least 1 vault toilet. We…
Stayed for one night in early June. Campground is in full operations mode. Quiet and scenic sites are available. Well-placed sites (30) not too close together. Most sites are currently reservable but 10 are first come first serve when I stayed there. $8 per night; $4 with Senior Pass.
Free campsites along the reservoir, windy up on the high spots. Fire pits, picnic tables (some with shade) and wind fences. Great views, better for campervan or RV camping just because of the high wind and no pads, but you could do it. No cell coverage on sprint or Verizon while here.
This is a free disperse campground. It has potable water and RV Dump. There is about 20 site for any size rigs plus tent sites also. Easy to get to and open all year round.
The location was cool, remote and pretty quiet (only the sounds of other campers). I recommend getting there in daylight, we didn't and it was difficult to tell what was where as far as campsites. Facilities weren't great, but they were there.