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Fires Allowed
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About Meadow Valley Campground

Located at the south end of the Mt. Wilson volcanic caldera, this scenic area offers a variety of camping and outdoor pleasures. A popular camping area for users of Eagle Valley Reservoir. There are two camping areas in the upper Meadow Valley. The area west of the highway has a rest room and four camping spots with tables, and fire rings, but camper access is not advised. The lower campground on the east side of the road is a primitive camping area with no amenities and easy camper access.

Fee Info
No Fee
Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Meadow Valley Campground is located in Nevada
Latitude
38.0076 N
Longitude
-114.2064 W
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Directions
Travel east of Pioche Nevada on US Highway 322 for 17.5 miles until reaching Meadow Valley Campground on the west side of the highway.
2 Reviews of Meadow Valley Campground
Beautiful tent camping site from BLM

I happened upon this campground by accident and so happy about it. There is a sign warning that the grounds are not suitable for RV or trailers so it's perfect for tent campers wanting to get away from that. The campground is set just off the highway leading to Spring Valley State Park. It is a small campground but is surrounded by untouched natural beauty. All of the sites have picnic tables (not covered), fire pits and grills for cooking. The sites are pretty good sized and set far enough away from each other to give plenty of privacy. There are tent pads at some sites but all sites seemed level and spacious. There's easy access to the bathrooms. Bring in your water as there is no access.

First to Review
Hung over from vegas and wound up here

After a long night of drinking in Vegas we wound up here the next day. Nice BLM land campground very primitive and perfectly secluded. I believe all there was here were vaulted toilet and thats about all we needed. Depending on where your heading to and coming from its a decent place to spend a night.

Hiking, fishing, kayaking are definitely options here..but we had one to many cocktails galavanting around vegas…