Pat S.
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2020

In OHV base camp

This Oasis CG is part of the Little Sahara Rec Area and should not be confused with the Oasis CG in Yuba State Park. We stayed here as a quick overnight stop on our way into southern Utah. And it was Memorial Day weekend. There were thousands of people here. We showed up, paid the fee at the main entrance and were lucky enough to get one of the last two actual campsites. The sites are not numbered. This CG is made up of 4 loops with approx. 85 actual paved sites. Each loop has two restrooms. The sites vary in size. Some can accommodate big RV's, some are pull through, and some if not most are ADA compliant. They have fire pits, grills, and picnic tables. 

There is also dispersed camping down the dirt road from the CG if its full. There is actually quite a few dispersed camping options as well as the other 3 campgrounds in the area. 

This is an OHV paradise, dunes, hills, and a large amount of tracks for dune buggies, ATV's, four wheelers, razors, whatever you have. It was fun sitting by the fire and checking out all the rides. It is noisy but that's to be expected. Mostly died down by 10pm. Most people had RV's and trailers for their rigs. The info said there was water available in two spots but we didn't see it. There were dumpsters for trash and a dump station for the RV's. No showers that we saw. That being said, the restrooms which had flush toilets and a sinks were in extraordinarily good shape. Very clean for the amount of people using the CG. 

If you have an OHV this would be a great place to spend a weekend or a few days.

  • Campsite
  • Campsite, you can see how big the pads are.
  • Sunset looking southeast towards Champlin Peak
  • Trails near our site
  • Trails and tracks
  • Dunes
  • Dunes by Sand Mt.
SiteSoutheast loop. Sites are not numbered.

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