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Compared to the surround areas, this place was truly an oasis in the desert as others have said. The hosts were super nice. One can see that they have put some work into this campground to make it so nice and pleasant. We were very glad that we made a two night reservation. This is a great place…
Great day trip to the hot springs. Brought the dogs & let the run to have a blast. Went in the AM and barely had anyone around. That changed as we progressed into the afternoon (note this was on a Saturday).
Know the road in is really bad so you’ll need a high clearance vehicle. Or you can do…
A lovingly tended oasis in the i80 desert. A year round creek, walking path, cows to wake up to, mountain views. On the way to California but the kids asked if we could just spend our vacation here 😂 Charming hosts brought us warm homemade muffins in the morning ...!
Clean, pretty spot by the creek. Which is nice and warm from the spring. And a short walk for a dip in the hotspring.
Free/dispersed only. The hot spring is amazing and worth going as far as you can down a very rough road. We camped right next to the warm creek, about a quarter mile before the hot spring and walked to the spring several times a day. There were days when we had the spring all to ourselves, weekends…
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The hot spring water temp is perfect. There’s plenty of room though when I went there were few people there. The road out is pretty rough - you’ll need clearance though I made it in my Subaru Forester. So glad I came here.
Grass everywhere! In a desert environment. Clean and functional showers and bathroom. Very inexpensive to park on the grass and throw up a tent or sleep out. I-80 noise is ever present so be prepared. Street facade is not as nice as the reality inside so go for it.
The owners, Steve and Nancy, have done a lot with this little campground to make it so beautiful and well kept. There were tree swings, benches along a stream, a garden, and beautiful vistas. The spots are mostly grass, which is nice. It’s a true diamond in the rough.
20 miles of dirt road road puts you fairly remote. If you don’t mind a few washboards for a $2 a night stay it is well worth the travel. Past an old homestead that was over a hundred years old, not far from 12 mile hot springs and the Jarbidge Wilderness. Great trails leaving camp where you could…
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At least 6 dispersed sites on the road leading to 12 mile hot spring. If you get lucky , there is one spot at the springs and a few past the spring. We stayed about .20 miles before the spring along Bishop Creek. The creek water is warm from the hot spring and made for some fun exploring and even…
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