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This place is a wreck but the electric is good and it's slightly quieter than sleeping in a truck stop.
Stopped here with my dog for one quick night in early May because my travel plans changed suddenly. Didn't make a fire. Beautiful sunset. For a free spot that's super close to I-80, it was great! The creek gave some nice white noise and there weren't too many bugs--except for the half dozen…
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Sites are off the dusty gravel road, relatively far apart. Some are huge and could accommodate 4 cars and a large camper others are just a small parking along the road. The 2 left when I arrived were very uneven. But the sound of the creek under my window is so relaxing. On this 97 degree day,…
Sprinklers go off at 5:30. Be careful what you park where. Laundry shower (2) restrooms & picnic table. Great Bad Pig Barbeque across the street. Trains not far away.
Great campground alongside a beautiful little creek. Cottonwood trees provide shade. Pit toilets, garbage cans, fire pits and picnic tables are provided.
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We were headed south in Winnemucca was a good overnight spot. Water canyon is well described in the other reviews, it is maybe 15 minutes off route 95/80.
There are two bathrooms and the campground is a long single road. Spots three and eight are proximal to the bathrooms. We were in spot five…
Very clean. Asphalt style but pretty view of the surrounding hills. Staff was friendly and helpful.
The site’s are pretty level pull throughs are paved backin’s are gravel
Perfect place for an overnight rest on the way through Nevada. Only about 4 miles off of NV 305 on a well graded gravel road. Vault toilets, picnic tables, fire pits all in good condition. Oh, and a little babbling brook running behind the sites to whisper you to sleep.
We enjoyed our one night stay. Just a short drive from town and up a dirt road it was easy to find. We had some cell service with Verizon. We camped in third pull out where the vault toilet is. There are a few trailheads further up the road which leads to some traffic on the road during the day. It…
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I was the only person there. Quiet. Secluded. You pass through a very nice upscale residential neighborhood to get here. Didn’t seem sketchy. No issues. Nice covered picnic area and fire pit. Good roads. No issues with an adventure van.
We stayed here in December and it was completely empty which made it a little eerie. There was snow on the ground so we stayed at a site closest to the entrance/exit in case it snowed more and we had trouble getting the Cricket out.(It didn't snow and we were fine.)
It is a pretty campground…
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This was a great pit stop on our trip from California to Idaho. It is free and first come, first served so get there early enough to snag a spot. Some spots are big enough for a few cars or vans to park, some big enough for RVs, most had spaces for a tent and every designated spot had a table. If…
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Campsites are right on the main gravel road. Maybe its COVID or maybe its just because its a free campsite, but there were cars going up and down the gravel road until very late and again early in the morning. There were also several campers who appeared to be living out of their cars, no…
Volume: Zero Site Availability: Plenty Stars: Plentiful Cows: Definitely!
We pulled in at midnight not knowing what we were getting ourselves into. It’s about a 15 min drive down a dark but very smooth gravel road. When we arrived it was clean, there were plenty of sites available, it was super…
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