Thank you for choosing Goldfield RV. To check for site availability and to make a reservation, please use the function built into this page. Do not take a site without reserving. If all sites come up full, or need more than 1 night, we may be able to make adjustments or have other options with hookups. Contact the camp host at 775-277-3943.
We are open year-round and all sites have heated water hydrants. We are a full hookup RV park. We do not have restrooms or showers.
We are on South 4th Street in the cluster of trees a few blocks south of Highway 95 just past the post office.
4th Street is paved. The side roads are gravel and have a steep grade and are not recommended.
Follow the arrows on the signs at the entrance. This takes you around the back. The sites are numbered under the trees and power pedestal on the driver’s side. There is plenty of open lot to use to make a wide turn.
Randy is the onsite manager. Full time RVer, amateur geologist, botanist, historian, and radio operator. 775-277-3943.
Check out the YouTube channel Abandoned & Forgotten Footage. A look at exploring abandoned mines and tidbits of Goldfield. Many of the mines are filmed here in the Goldfield area.
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 bluffs, and the desert. Our camp sites are fringed by good sized pine trees.
The RV park has 8 pull-through sites and two back in camp sites. We are expanding to include more pull through sites. On one side 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 and wild burros.
Our campsites come with electric, water, and sewer hookups. The pine trees at the ends provide some shade and windbreak and create a cozy camp atmosphere. Sites are long and have space to set out your chairs and tables in the open or under the pine trees. Trash barrels are located close to the sites. We have WiFi. We do not have public restrooms, laundry, or showers.
Currently there are no service stations in the town of Goldfield. The nearest are Beatty, 68 miles south or Tonopah, 27 miles north. Emergency gas and diesel may be available from the camp host. The general store is now closed. A truck stop is in the works and under construction. No opening date is known and construction is very slow. There is one diner in town, open for breakfast and lunch most days. Two taverns, The Mozart near the famous shuttered Goldfield Hotel. and the historic Santa Fe Saloon with adjacent coin operated laundry and hotel is on the northeast side near the old mining district. A unique radio station – Radio Goldfield 89.1 FM, a few gift and thrift shops and a jail for the trouble makers.
Bring your ATV’s, mountain bikes, and rock picks. We have complete access to miles of BLM trails right from camp.