1 Park near Panaca, Nevada
May 2016 - $17.00
I headed here on a lark because of the bad weather at Great Basin NP. I am sure glad I did. I spent 2 days in the park, it rained off and on but I was able to hike every trail in the park. The formations were extremely interesting but the trails were a little slick in places since the formations are mostly mud. I had brought my dog along and we hiked several miles a day.
The campground was quiet and VERY CLEAN. The rangers were friendly and helpful. The rate was$15 per day for locals on a dry camp and $25 for the added electrical hookups. It was also $2.00 more per day for out of state residents. Each campsite had a covered table, and fire ring. There were 3=4 pull through spots and the others were back in. Fire wood was also available for $4.00 per bundle.
I would bring a good camera and tripod if you are interested in the night sky. The stars were spectacular.
I plan to head back to take more star photos soon!! - Outdoor Bob
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We arrived around 4pm after having called and talked to Dawn at the State Park office. She followed us into the campground and suggested because of our size and the time of day that we park in the handicapped spot. We loved it, all cement and away from other campers. We kayaked at Eagle Valley Reservoir about 40 miles away and took a day trip to Lehman Caves. No one every bothered us or asked us to move even tho we camped there 3 days. - msunnergren
Sep 2015 - $27.00
This is a beautiful park, very clean and well kept. It was self pay, we never saw a park employee. $27 was the out of state fee. We had water and 30 amp power. We got there at noon and it was half full, by 5 it was completely full. Big event coming, Dutch Oven Cook off. Park was still nice and quiet. Got up at 6 AM and hiked to the cliffs and watched the sunrise. Rivals anything I've seen. We would camp here again and stay longer next time. - Clyde Clevenger