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Took my wife here for her first backpacking trip. Was over all a great experience. Went at the end of June . The lake is shallow in some areas with white sand . It got a bit windy at night and the mosquitoes were gone by the morning but mosquitoes do love hanging out by the water. Cool spot to stay…
More hook up locations for RV sites (50% are on wrong side).
Our site was so small we couldn’t fit in our vehicle after parking the 22’ trailer even though it’s “rated” for 30’ vehicles + 2 cars
Good general location and reasonable access to water
No laundry on site
First time there and we reserved a spot, site 21 and the door of our camper wasn’t facing our camp. I noticed a few sites like that. It’s pretty tight spaces and not a lot of privacy. We ended up moving to site 4, had more room and our door was facing our camp :)
We had such a great time at Cold Springs Campground! The drive to get there is a little intense (24 miles of steep windy roads that is mostly only one lane so you have to beware of oncoming traffic), but so worth it. You’re surrounded by forest, have a beautiful river running through the area and…
No cell service and you’ll definitely have road noise during the day. However, it quieted substantially for nighttime sleeping hours so we slept fine. There are nice campsites located beside the Little Truckee River if you’re luck enough to get one. Easy hiking trail along the river takes you down…
Great location if you want to be near Costco and the capital city. Great views of the Sierras and the Carson valley. Sites are narrow, about twice the width of your RV, and separated by chain link fencing. But all sites are perfectly flat, paved pull-throughs; easy in, easy out parking. Also…
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All flat setups. Has nice office and store. Has a fishing pond.
We were able to grab a first come/first serve site on a Thursday afternoon. Ample shade and no leveling needed at site #17. Fire pit and picnic table are below the paved parking pad so if you’re staying a while, you’ll get a bit of a workout going back and forth. Joanne, the camp host, is such an…
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You could ask for a better place to camp with having to backpack in. Site are separated with scrubs to provide a secluded feeling.
Small store to prevent a long drive if you forget something.
No host on site bathrooms closed
This campground is across the highway and at a turn off just south of Buckland Station. It is part of the Fort Churchill complex with a clearly designated campground called Scout Camp. It has all the amenities; picnic tables, fire pits and a pit toilets. There are equestrian facilities here as well…
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This RV campground is right off I-80 and you can hear the busy noise from the highway. Putting that aside it is a beautiful little RV resort with lots of mature trees nestled on the very flanks of the mighty Sierra.
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What a nice campground! Right off I-80 and close to the Boomtown Casino but oh so peaceful and quiet. This campground has everything for the RV camper. It is also close to the Truckee River and great fishing.
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Wonderful views of the mountains and the Carson Valley from this very nice RV campground. This place has everything. Beautiful setting and great, complete amenities. Lots of long term folks staying here but many overnight spots available most of the time.
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All sites are full hookup, with wifi, and cable tv. Clean bathrooms, showers, and laundry. We would stay here again if in the area.