Fish Lake Valley Hot Well

County Park

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Dyer, NV 89010

GPS: 37.8602, -117.9839

Last Price Paid: $0
Tent Camping: Yes

2 people have reviewed this location.

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4 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 3

Maria B. would stay here again

“Nice but crowded”

Reviewed Aug 01, 2018

Overall Rating

We went in the middle of July when the high temperatures were reported in the 90s. I was in a travel trailer with generators so I was able to stay cool during the day and the nighttime temperatures were tolerable at around 65°. This is not a regulated site and the trash bins were overloaded. There were only a few of us there but there were regular visits by tanker trucks to fill with water. There are barbecue stands but not actual sites for camping. We pretty much just parked. This is a hotspot for people with ATVs and motorbikes and on the day we left, it filled with people ready to do just that. According to one of the locals, he reports that these sites are completely packed during the spring and the fall when the temperatures are the nicest. There is one vault toilet. As previously mentioned the road to get to this site is extremely primitive, so I traversed it at around 25 to 30 mph with my small 3000 pound trailer. The hot spring flows into a small 3’ deep pool that is about 3’ by 8’ (I’m guessing) and about 100-104° that trickles into a large pond that was nice to swim and cool down. The base of the pond is thick with mud so don’t wear shoes you want to see again. Overall we had a very nice time, and on the last night we were there it began to pack with people due to the drizzling rain and cooler temperatures. Because of the excess noise and motorbikes, I did not give it a five star rating because it decreased our solitude. However, if you are into sites that accommodates, and are well known for, these types of OHV’s then this may be the place for you.

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Jennifer
Turlock, CA
34 G-Force Toyhauler
2007 Dodge Ram Cummins
16 reviews
Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
“Too far off the hwy and too crowded”

Reviewed May 25, 2017

Overall Rating

Road into this camping area is horrible. Eight miles of washboard road. This area where the hot spring is located is owned by the county. The area has been improved with a vault toilet and trash cans that were overflowing. The tub is small for how many people visit this place. We were there during the week and camped by ourselves but had a few locals show up to use the tubs.
Our camping area was wide open with nice views but had lots of face flies and other flying bugs everywhere. One night was enough for us. No cell signal or radio stations.

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Hookups:
  • dry camping
  • Dispersed Camping
Recreation:
  • hot tub
Site Amenities:
  • fire ring
Facilities:
  • hot tub
  • restrooms: vault
  • trash
Pets:
  • pets

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