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This could be a nice campground if you didn't have to worry about finding a site after driving hundreds of miles. It is a first come first serve campground with no reservations. We arrived around 2:00 pm midweek and all the sites were full. We attempted to camp in Baker Creek which is accessible by dirt road and it does have some pull through sites. However, what was left was too difficult to level our 30' 5th wheel with slide out so be aware. We also tried to set up in the midst of a cloudburst and lightning storm with lightning strikes frighteningly close. Also be aware of the altitude climb both into Great Basin and further into either Lower Lehman or Baker Creek; it is very steep. We ended up at the Borden Inn RV Park. We will return if this campground goes on the reservation system. Lehman Caves was worth the hassle! WE DID NOT STAY AT THIS PARK.

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The Border Inn RV Park is a good place to stay while visiting Great Basin National Park. After driving hundreds of miles to stay in Lower Lehman Campground and finding all sites occupied and then giving up at Baker Creek during a flash flood and lightning storm, the Border Inn RV Park was a welcome site. It is nothing fancy but provides level sites with full hookups just inside the Utah/Nevada border.

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The Lagoon RV Park is great for visiting Lagoon Amusement Park as it is right next door and within walking distance, great for meal breaks and swim wear changes. They have a limited number of pull-through spaces so we ended up in a backup space. The backup spaces are odd as they accommodate back to back parking, which is really back up or pull in depending on the side of the hookups. I would imagine that on a crowded holiday that this would be a deterrent but was fine while we visited midweek because there was plenty of empty sites. The sites are grass and had mud holes which would be a problem during wet weather. The electrical hookups we saw are either 50 amp or 20 amp so make sure you have an adapter with you. There is a great walking path nearby and plenty of shade trees. We would stay here again if we were going to Lagoon Amusement Park again.