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7 RV Parks near Austin, Nevada
May 2019 - $25.00
Very basic park but a great value. Bigger rigs will find this a tough go unless you have reservations and have one of the larger spots reserved. Dirt lot and roads but good power, water. Friendly people, may be self registration depending on when you get there. I stayed there in a 34' motor-home with 32' boat. It was tight and had to disconnect boat to park. But it is do able. - Johnny xxxxx
Apr 2019 - $23.00
Access to the CG is quick and easy. Austin is located on the downgrade from Austin summit, at 7504, town at 6605. The CG is operated by the Austin Baptist Church. Host was helpful and informative. The site was easy to back into, level gravel, with plenty of room for the tow vehicle. Many of the amenity businesses in Austin don't operate all week long. Fuel is available there but groceries are back in Kingston. Weather is unpredictable. What starts out clear and sunny can quickly become dark with thunder and lightning. We enjoyed our stay here and would likely return if in the area, remote as it may be. - SilverBear
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Late in the day with no hope of finding a place, we came across Austin RV Park and glad we did. We stayed in spot #9 (back in on upper section). 1 bath and shower, but clean. Self pay. Full hookups and cost $25 cash (self pay). It is run by the Baptist church and helps support the town. Did not find restaurant or grocery (probably closed for the night). Very happy to find this place even though the area is old and hardly populated. Minimal or no shopping. Bring everything you need for food. Some road noise from the highway. - John-Trudi
Sep 2018 - $4.00
Few sites are level, but are manageable. Very close to Hwy US 50, can be a little noisy during the day, but quiet at night ("Loneliest Hwy in the world"). Two vault toilets, some sites have shade from dense pinion forest. Has excellent access to off-Hwy 4x4 roads, adventure etc. It's a favorite stopover for our north/south journeys. - Neotoma
Sep 2016 - $5.00
Forest Service campground. Our 37' motorhome would fit in only one space ( the first one as you drive in). Both times we have been here the campground was filled by mid-afternoon by travelers staying only one night.
Near highway, but we could not hear any traffic. Would stay here again. - Nv traveler
Jun 2016 - $5.00
No hookups but drinking water available. Good ATT service. Very hard to find a site that you could get level. We got there early enough that we had no problem. Extremely quiet and peaceful. We would stay here again. - vmi1962
Oct 2017 - $22.00
Very pleasant overnight stop. Pay attention to orienting your RV so it's facing out. This impacts on your utility hookups. - FrederickC
Sep 2017 - $22.00
This is a simple, by the side of the road RV park. Gravel throughout, 7 sites, all full-hookups (50amp), with 2 additional back-in sites (30amp) on the east end according to the owner. The park is for fully contained rigs and is designed for RVs to pull through from the back, facing the road. What's with other campers that do it backwards and then end up using another space's hookups? It takes away a spot for another traveler; please do it right. This is a self-service park; no host, manager, or owner on site. At the front of Space 5, you'll find a pay station. Park is clean, quiet, and good for an overnight or a couple of days if exploring the area. We unhooked, but there would have been room to leave the car attached to our 40' MH. The alignment wouldn't have been great, but it could be done. Plenty of room for all 4 slides to be out without encroaching on the neighbors (Site #3). The abandoned RV reported last year is no longer in the park. - DiplomatTraveler
Oct 2016 - $22.00
Very small, only six sites I believe. We were alone the night we stayed. Quiet and nice view of town. I mistakenly left a very nice pair of jack pads when we left and the owner Pat mailed them to me! Gotta love that kind of service! - Paulie T
Sep 2016 - $1.00
I agree that any rig much longer than 30' will have difficulty maneuvering in the campground section. Stop at the turn circle and walk the road through the campground before you commit to the narrow spaces between the overhanging trees and tight corners. My rig is 52' from front bumper of the PU to the rear bumper of the trailer. I made it in and out OK, but did take it slow and had to take the turns as wide as possible. Even so, the sides of the trailer did contact the small overhanging branches of the pine trees. No damage to trailer or trees, but I did stop to assess individual corners before committing to going through. - Retired-n-Roamin
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