Stayed at Huckleberry Campground. Lower campsites have been converted to canvas cabins. Not many sites for rvs. Large rigs cannot get in. We have a truck camper and only issue was leveling. Would definitely stay again.
Like was said, it is very difficult to get into. Also, no potable water. We passed it by.
Spent 2 nights here for free! A little crowded due to speed week on the salt. We drove through the first spots which were busy. Then took the road going north which has dispersed camping. It’s BLM land so not much in the way of level spots. First...
Stopped as we traveled across Nevada. Stayed below the dam. A bit busy but quiet at night. No cell below the dam but there is in the upper sites on the hill. Free dump with water across the road using the red hose bibs.
Dump station is in back of the pumps. $10 to dump. Has a magnetic lock on cover that’s released from the office. Diesel fuel was $5 per gallon. Ouch
Two places to dump at the back of the Arco station/car wash. Its free but there’s a sign taped to the board asking for donations to St Judes. Lots of room to maneuver.
The parking slopes away from the dump station at a severe angle. No way to completely empty the tanks.