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A beautiful, quiet spot with lovely rock formations. An OHV trailhead with space for an RV, trash cans, and BLM privy.
Our first night we had extremely loud neighbors and were disappointed the camp host did not shut the party down through 2am. That aside, the sites are very clean and level and the views are incredible. Plenty of shade trees to string a hammock. Bring your own water or fill up at lee canyon campsite…
You will definitely want an RV in the summer months. Temperatures well exceeded 100 degrees F. RV park has full hookups and amazing views. Very close to the river and marina. Camp store is well stocked. Fuel available as well. Grill is well priced. Great experience and favorite kayaking spot near…
After stopping in Las Vegas for the evening we hopped on the highway and 20 minutes later found this quiet spot.
It was super easy to get to and not many people. There were 3 other campers(2-RVs and 1-Camper Tent) so that was nice to see others camping there as well.
It’s secluded enough but…
Called the morning of arrival to see if we could come in early as we were only about 1.5 hours away due to poor planning i.e. hard to get last minute reservations near the Grand Canyon South Rim. They let us come in before noon with no charge! We went right into the National Park area that showed…
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This RV park is available to retired and/or active duty…great sites, most are pull thru…dogs loved the dog park instead of leash walks…
Mt Charleston is beautiful place to re-energize and reconnect with nature.
I’ve explored almost every part of this mountain, but I never camped here before, as I enjoy camping at places that offers fishing.
I decided to take a chance on camping at McWilliams Campground, and I wish I didn’t wait…
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This location is ideal for any type of recreation or entertainment. The park is clean and well maintained. The premium spaces provide shade and full hook ups.
This is for the Echo Bay RV Village. Overall a very nice park. Has a whole sheet of rules though. No fire rings at the sites, only at two central locations. No generators but this area has full hook ups. Most of the rules appear to be broken regularly such as storing fuel at the site, more than…
Let's be sure about this. If you're a tent camper, then just know you're going to roast between the months of May and October. The day times are brutal and the nights are barely cooler. We hit it in late May and had to find indoor fun between 10am and 7pm, returning to our campsite only when the…
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Drove in to camp. Unable to properly research campground due to poor connectivity before trip. Camping & entrance fee oer vehicle per night is $25. I would have stayed but I don't usually carry cash or checks. Decided to move on with my trip. Maybe stay next time I'm in the area.
We went the 19th through the 22nd of May and temp wise it was perfect! Windy at night (but we put our wind ties in and it was nice! Wind kept the bees away that was a plus!
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A long ways down a dirt road! Saw a Bunch of Beautiful Joshua trees!
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We Camp in the roofnest tent ⛺and Kayaking the next morning. What a epic experience 😎
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We love camping in this location it's close to downtown Summerlin.
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