Topaz Lake Recreation Area is located on Topaz Lake just off U.S. Highway 395 near the Nevada-California border. Topaz Lake Camping has 15 reservable RV campsites available with water and power hookups, 26 reservable dry campsites and primitive camping in undeveloped areas.
Ok place. Near a lake and a casino. Dirty showers, no laundry and terrible WiFi.
Besides the beautiful scenic lake spot that offers fun on the lake during the day and star gazing at night it’s a well ran campground with amentities. Has lots of camping style options between RV hook up spaces and non hookup. Also has tent spots. Great restrooms and showers. Moms with babies and toddlers would appreciate the restrooms. Showers are their own private room with space and a changing table. Camping spots are roomy and come with a fire pit. Campfires are allowed. Generators in RVs have to be off at 10 pm. Pets are allowed but need to be on a leash. Grass area for kids playing or throwing the ball or frisbee. Horse shoe game area. Big lake side beach. You can set up badminton or beach volleyball. Cell service is spotty at the campsite but oddly great on the beach and at the Lake.
Lake offers boating, fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking, jet skiing, and swimming. Boat launch and fish cleaning are a good distance from camp sites. Has a cleaning station for watercraft for invasive species.
This campground has a lot to offer. Pack the sun screen and the life jackets and have fun!
Excellent location, stunning scenery, limited cell service, sounds perfect because it is. Fishing, exploring and just relaxing. Fun dirt roads close for exploring, gas station, restaurant pretty close. Right on the state line of Nevada and California.
15 reservable RV sites with water and power, 13 non-reservable RV sites with water only, an an additional 42 non-reservable dry campsites. Primitive camping is also available in undeveloped areas.
Boat ramp with 2 docks, fish cleaning station, flush toilets, pit toilets and showers available.