Standard (tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Kershaw - Ryan State Park
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Kershaw - Ryan State Park is located in Nevada
Latitude
37.589 N
Longitude
-114.524 W
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4 Reviews of Kershaw - Ryan State Park
SO NICE!

Hands down the nicest campground I have ever stayed at! Friendly staff, super clean and nice bathrooms,(bring quarters for the showers) RV hook ups at each space on nice lighted pedestals.

Right at the entrance to Kershaw Ryan State Park!

Super beautiful little park that has a hiking trail at the back that will take you up to some spectacular views, as well as some really cool mountain bike trails! Of which there several others in the area. If you Mountain bike, dont miss this opportunity to take advantage of these trails.

Caliente is only a few miles away, so if you forget anything, like I always do, there are places to shop. The locals couldn't be any nicer!

Dont let the name of the town fool you, it can get quite cool at night.

In short, great place and I will be back!

Desert Oasis

This is a little oasis is the middle of the desert. Camping area is very well maintained better for smaller tents but was able to find a space for my 12 man tent. Camping is done in the front of the park, the staff was amazing and went above and beyond. 3/4 of a mile in was a fantastic area with play grounds, a spring water filled wading pool, many beautiful flowers and trees. Hiking trails with scenic overlooks. Currently trail maps are out of date because they are currently updating and expanding their trails. There are also horse shoe rings and a volleyball net, but you need to bring your own ball and horse shoes.

Small sites but the park is amazing

This campground has super small sites that are close together and offer little to no "camp privacy". I would say that this is more of an RV/trailer friendly campground than tent-friendly. There are tent pads at a couple of the sites. Each site offers fire rings, grills and covered picnic tables. There is flushable toilets and free showers available which is super nice.

The more we explored this park, the more awesome things we found. Close to the day use area, there is a horseshoe pit and a very nice volleyball court. There are a couple short hikes super close to the campground also, that offer beautiful views of the fall foliage. I highly suggest visiting this in the Fall as the colors were amazing.

First to Review
Beautiful. What a suprise. So peaceful

Very small nice place .