Time of year = important

September = BEAUTIFUL Jan-March = too much snow to enjoy, if you can even find a spot that isn’t closed. 1/2 the mountain shuts down when there’s too much snow, so just plan accordingly. You can see tons of leaves changing in the fall. Campgrounds are good, but make sure you have everything you need before you get up there. The visitor center isn’t much and your pretty far from any other store.

Gets the job done

The campsites are nothing to write home about, but the surrounding area is great. Biggest plus is you don’t have far to drive if you’re in Vegas, but it feels very distanced from the city.

Simple but good!

Pretty good spots with ample space, tables & fire pits. None of the spots are too far from the bathroom and it hardly ever gets too crowded. Park staff is super friendly.

Feels like a Disney movie

We LOVED this campsite! there’s a stream, tons of little animals to see, and the spots are pretty private. Well maintained bathrooms. Make sure you visit during a new moon to see the stars.

Feels like a Disney movie

We LOVED this campsite! there’s a stream, tons of little animals to see, and the spots are pretty private. Well maintained bathrooms. Make sure you visit during a new moon to see the stars.

Good, but too close

Nice campgrounds but the tent spots are really close together. I could hear every conversation around us. Not a great view, but it’s right next to a convenient store and close to the sand dunes.

Very spacious + convenient

Super spacious sites with bathrooms and a trough sink. It’s really conveniently located near the front of the park/visitors center. Nice view of sunset. Didn’t have any issues.

Great, but small

The spots here are awesome with built in shaded picnic tables, but there aren’t many! If you’re going out on a holiday weekend be sure to get there early.