We are in the cold season. Currently only sites 5, 6, & 7 have a heated water hydrant. All other water hydrants need to be turned off and hose removed when it is going to be below freezing. Using a heated hose is also recommended. Otherwise use your onboard tank during freezing weather. To check for availability, please scroll down and use the system function built into the page. When entering the RV park it is best to come in off the highway on 4th Street which is paved. The side roads are gravel and have a steep grade and not recommended.
We are in the cluster of trees a few blocks south of Highway 95 just past the post office.
For most of the sites the best approach is to follow the arrow signs at the front entrance which takes you to the back side. The sites are numbered on the antique cans under the trees. Enter carefully. Use all the space to turn wide and avoid damaging your RV on the trees. For questions or assistance contact the camp host Randy 850-217-7317 or owner Scott 541-643-6842.
Check out the YouTube channel Abandoned & Forgotten Footage. A quality and sometimes comical look at exploring abandoned mines brought to you by your hosts. Many of the mines are filmed here in the Goldfield area.
Camping in Goldfield, Nevada
Whether you’re coming to see the ghost town, the gold mines, or to ATV or mountain bike, you’ll be glad you chose Goldfield RV Park for camping. We are located halfway between Las Vegas and Reno on US Route 95. We are are a quarter mile off the highway above Goldfield, providing a peaceful location with a great view of the town, the hills and the valley. Our camp sites are also fringed by pine trees.
The campground has 8 pull-through sites and two back in camp sites. On one side of the RV Park are great views of the historic town of Goldfield, Nevada. On the other you look out upon a vast desert with fantastic views of the nearby cliffs and bluffs with Joshua trees, wild burros, and pronghorn antelope.
Our campsites come with electric, water, and sewer hookups. Pine trees at the ends provide some shade and windbreak and create a cozy camp atmosphere. Sites have space to set out your chairs and tables in the open or under the pine trees. Trash barrels conveniently located in front of the sites. We also have WiFi. We do not have public restrooms or showers.
Currently there are no service stations in the town of Goldfield. The nearest are Beatty, 65 miles south or Tonopah, 27 miles north. Emergency gas and diesel may be available from the camp host or at the Mozart Tavern. There is one diner, open for breakfast and lunch only, a hotel & saloon with adjacent coin operated laundry, a general store with limited items, a unique radio station Radio Goldfield 89.1 FM, historical displays, a few gift shops and a jail for the trouble makers.
So bring your ATV’s, mountain bikes, and rock picks. We have complete access to miles of BLM trails right from camp. It’s a nature lover’s paradise with thousands of old mines, and dozens of historical markers along the trails.
- Water, Sewer and Electric Hookups at all camp sites
- Pet Friendly
- BLM access