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We stayed overnight on our road trip, and there were only a few people camping when we arrived, very far apart. The spot we found was very large, but had some fire remnants from previous campers, probably a while ago. Some beer bottles and garbage were around the spot also. Great for a free spot. People were atving, so if you’re looking for something like that, it would be a great place that.
Great escape from Vegas heat! Nice small campground with great views. Elect hookups for 30 or 50amp. No water or sewer hookups. Some noise from the road but not terrible. Deer every morning and evening come through the campground. Lots of shade from trees, nearby trails to hike, plenty of picnic areas. Showers were not open when we visited. There's no dump site on the mountain, just FYI.
This is a nice area right outside of Las Vegas. Driving or hiking around the reservoir will give you some great views. The campsites are a little tight, but there's plenty of rooms for a vehicle and a tent or two. There are plenty of trees that provide shade and each site has a picnic table and a fire ring. You won't get to see the lake from the campsites but it is just a short walk away. The campgrounds are well maintained and make for a pleasant experience.
My parents got a new pop up trailer and we went and tested it out. The campgrounds offer showers nice and clean a bit far from our camp area but still none the less available. Very clean and well kept and only a short drive to Boulder beach, keep in mind if you plan to walk to the lake going down is easy getting back up is a hike. Overall a nice campground and any time of the year is good here, being vegas you want to choose anytime other than summertime. Fishing, boating, swimming are all allowed, and pets as well just keep them on a leash.
Nice facilities and accommodating host. I camped on a weekend when the campground was full and I didn’t feel cramped or crowded. Tent pads are a little small (reason for 4/5). Flushing toilets and running water. Well maintained facilities overall.
Spent the weekend at Fletcher View campground at Mount Charleston just 45 minutes north of Las Vegas. This small camp ground has only 10 sights with at least two offering double capacity space. All sites have electric and are pretty spacious. Each sight had a charcoal grill and fire pit (although the mountain was under red flag fire alert so we were not able to use either — propane BBQs were allowed). We did experience some road noise but not bad. These sites, even with half offered as first come first served, are hard to get. This campground is the only one on the mountain that offers electricity all the rest are dry. It is highly recommended to reserve sites in advance on recreation.gov. The campground is also dog friendly! The Camp Hosts were very friendly and available! The sites were all very clean. This is our absolute favorite camp ground on the mountain.
Great campground near Atlatl rock. Mostly flat sites, with picnic table, potable water faucets, fire pit, and shade structure on most sites. Tucked in between the large red rocks, the site feels remote but easily accessable, just 2 miles from the west gate. The bathrooms we're clean, and we'll stocked with toilet paper. Big Horn Sheep were wandering through the area, really neat to see.
This is a great RV park nestled inside the National Park. The views are amazing and the staff are really friendly and helpful. One note is that you will have to also pay the park fee before entering the RV park. It isn’t much ($25 for a 7 day pass) but it was just something I wasn’t aware of before we arrived.
Super cool hidden gem in the desert that’s for sure. Summertime gets a little tooooo hot but it’s perfect any other time throughout the year. It’s all dispersed so find a spot you like and enjoy!! Free camping!!! Winner!!! Make sure you build a good fire ring and make sure to put your fire completely out. Safety first! It’s Always best to take care of Mother Nature. If you have a 4x4 you can get to a much secluded area. If you don’t which we don’t have a 4x4 but we can make it pretty cool places so we’re happy.
Red rock camping is super neat. We didn’t reserve we just went for it and found the host whom told us to find a spot and so we did and it was great! Being born in raised in Las Vegas it’s a must you know it gets really hot, so make sure you pack a lot of water and lights because it’s dark. Pets are allowed and children too ha ha. Besides that you have a tent pad so there is a nice flat area for you to camp and a fire ring. I recommend reserving and making sure you reserve one with a canopy if not make sure you bring a canopy. The sun is scorching. We hiked up the little mountain which gave us epic views of red rock, all the different reds and oranges make for a photo worthy shot.