4 Parks near Austin, Nevada
Dec 2015 - $25.00
We pulled in after dark , only the top sites of the facility were available. Had to deal with a light covering of snow in camping slots and parking area. Bathrooms were clean and warm. Neighbours were friendly, area was quiet...came to this spot instead of RV s in Fallon..glad we did..very happy with our decision. - Dedecd
Dec 2013 - $20.00
OK for overnight, run by the Baptist Church. My problem was no pull thrus, all back in spots. But it was fine and quiet. Never did see anyone in the office, just put the money in an envelop and pick a spot. VERY tight turn into the park from the east but we have a 30' MH pulling a Jeep and made it OK. Much longer MH and I would pass it by and make a u turn down the road. - sd1209
Aug 2011 - $20.00
All but one space was filled by permanents. This is a trailer park, not an RV park. Permanents start banging doors at 4:30 AM and all the trucks start up a little after 5 AM. The road noise from the semis engine braking is excessively loud. - paxton
May 2016 - $10.00
Decent FS camp right on US50 about 5 miles E of Austin NV. Open seasonally, has water taps and flush toilets but no dump station. $10 to camp, some pull thru sites but none are level. Did see one 5th wheel but it was parked at an angle.
There are plenty of boondocking sites nearby including Hickison Petroglyphs and a hot spring, both free but no water at either. - cfmelville
Sep 2014 - $10.00
Great place for a one nighter along highway 50. Nothing fancy but off the road enough that the low trees provide some protection from road noise as well as some privacy. - oldmac
Sep 2013 - $10.00
No one was here when we arrived mid afternoon for a one night stay. It gave us time to find the right spot for our 40 foot RV. Not many of the sites are good for a rig this big, but #9 worked well for us. We didn't use the restrooms or build a fire, but enjoyed watching the falling snow. The park remained very quiet with only one other vehicle spending the night. A good stop for a night crossing Nevada on US Highway 50. Only a few shops were open in Austin but you can get dinner and treasures by visiting the stores that were open. We would stay here again. - DiplomatTraveler
May 2016 - $1.00
Free site, clean pit toilets but no water, no dump station nearby.
Great views of the Diamond Valley and Range.
We camped in a 27' trailer, some turns are a bit tight but no problem for us. Wooded sites are more private but less level than the open pull thrus. The pull thru sites include a small shade shelter. - cfmelville
Oct 2015 - $0.00
This is a BLM campground so there are no amenities. But, it's free. You cannot get a big rig in here. We measure 24' and anything much longer will be in trouble. That said, it's a very nice place with a very cool nature trail that takes you to see petroglyphs and also a great view of the surrounding landscape. It is dry, with low, scrubby trees, picnic tables with a constructed roof overhead, and dirt parking spots. Leveling is a bit of a problem. This place is very BASIC. Not for those who want comforts. - User3011
Sep 2015 - $1.00
Nice spot on the loneliest highway in the world. Quiet , beautiful , clean. If you like dry camping & are under 30ft. You may like it too. Views & walks are wonderful, Verizon cell too!
But have it all on board no water no nothing! - packardrob
May 2015 - $22.00
Gravel parking lot with 7 full hookup spots. All 20/50 amp only, no 30 amp outlets. We call it the "It'll do" campground. OK for overnight stop. - ebaldy
Sep 2013 - $22.00
Simple straightforward park for a short stay. No Restrooms or showers. 7 sites all pull through. Right on Hwy 50 on the left-side as you enter the town westbound. We would spend the night here again. Definitely no frills or railroad noise. - Gary B