Pyramid Lake Fish Ladder Beach
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribewrite a review Pyramid Lake Road
GPS: 39.9969, -119.6245
|Last Price Paid:||$15|
This is Paiute Tribal Land where respectful visitors are welcomed, but a permit is required. Camping is dispersed along the shores of Lake Pyramid, but please respect 'no trespassing' signs and refer to tribal maps for off-limit areas.
Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads.
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The Emigrants would stay here again
“The undiscovered lake”
Reviewed Jan 31, 2018
Pyramid Lake has about 10 dry camping beaches along the western shoreline. We saw some bigger rigs parked on the semi-level beaches. The closer you got to the water you lose cell service, so we parked a little closer to the road and had a beautiful view of the lake and cell service. Pyramid Lake is in the Paiute Reservation so there are some trespassing restrictions for non tribal members on the east side of the lake. It's a very small remote town with some of the most beautiful scenery in Nevada, there was almost no one else on the beach in the winter, and we talked to some locals and they said that summer is only slightly more busy.
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