The campgrounds in Great Basin National Park often fill on busy summer days, especially on weekends and holidays. Additional camping is available outside the park.
Public Campgrounds Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest
Ely Ranger District
Ward Mountain, Timber Creek, East Creek and Berry Creek have designated campsites or are excellent areas for dispersed camping in undesignated sites. Most Forest Service lands are open to dispersed camping unless otherwise posted.
Bureau of Land Management
Sacramento Pass offers dispersed camping in undesignated sites. Observe private property signs carefully. Most BLM land is open to dispersed camping unless otherwise posted.
Cave Lake State Park
Near Ely, off US Hwy 50
Sites are available first-come first-served. Facilities include: bathrooms, showers, an RV dump station, water, and a boat ramp. No hookups.
Nevada Dept. of Transportation Roadside Rest Area
Approximately 17 mile west of Great Basin National Park, on the south side of US Hwy 50, RVs may park overnight. Stay not to exceed 12 hours. No holding-tank dumping. No tent camping.
Private Campgrounds Whispering Elms Motel, Campground & RV Park
Located in Baker, Nevada
Offers 25 full-service RV sites and a large grassy area for tents. Laundromat and showers available.
The Border Inn
Located 13 miles from Baker, Nevada, on NV Hwy 6 &50
Offers 22 full-service RV sites and pull-through spaces. Showers available.
Hidden Canyon Guest Ranch
Located 15 miles south of Baker, Nevada
Offers campsites and showers. Reservations required.