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“BLM Dry Camping”
Reviewed Jun 10, 2018
Stampede Campground is located about five miles north of Pioche. There are signs on Route 93 indicating the turnoff. After turning onto the dirt road it's two miles to the campground.
The entrance road is graded and well maintained. As you near the campground the road will fork twice. Stay to the left at each fork. If you go right you'll end up in a sand pit, but there is plenty of room in there to turn around if you get there by mistake.
The coordinates of the actual campground are 37.977339 -114.537483. The turnoff coordinates are 37.995080, -114.509201.
Stampede is dry camping only. There are three shade structures with picnic tables and fire rings but that's about it for the amenities. No vault toilets, no trash bins, just parking and solitude.
There is a ton of room for any size rig. If you want a shade structure and table you'll be out in the open, but there are smaller spaces tucked into the trees with fire pits as well.
There is not much evidence of traffic, just a few tire tracks. Some of the gravel areas are have weeds growing through so it doesn't look like this place gets used much. I've been here a few times and every time I'm the only person here.
The campground is at 6100 feet elevation so it's a good location to find cooler temperatures in the summer. Bring your ATV / OHV since it is a trailhead to the Silver State Trail which is a network of well marked trails.
I had 3-4 bars on AT&T without a booster. The data rate is very slow so it's OK for voice or surfing, but you won't be streaming video here.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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