If you are looking for the perfect campground for you and your family, you should definitely include Nevada on your itinerary. This state offers some of the most notable camping sites in the country including:
Chute Hill Campground is among the best of Nevada Campgrounds. Diggins is a breathtaking hydraulic mining operation. North Bloomfield is a town which serves as campgrounds. The entire sites are established under huge aged ponderosa pines over a roundabout access road. The other sites below are on the edge overlooking Diggins as well as the town. You may find flush toilets, odd fire pits, and some vaults. However, Chute Hill Campground is great for tents.
Popular Campgrounds in the Area
A large section of the Tahoe National Forest envelops most of High Forest close to Sierraville and Downieville, offering streams, rivers, lakes and woodlands for outdoor pleasure. Five huge manmade lakes provide a selection of water sports. The era of Gold Rush can be relived along Yuba Donner National Scenic Byway that goes to the slopes of Sierra Nevada and pursues North Yuba River coming from the Truckee to the Nevada City. Campgrounds contained in this area are Stampede, Upper Little Truckee, Lower Little Truckee, Jackson Meadow Reservoir, Bear Valley, Cold Creek, Cottonwood, Yuba Pass, Chapman Creek, Sierra, Snag Lake, Packsaddle, Berger, Diablo, Sardine Lake, Salmon Creek, Wild Plum, Loganville, Union Flat, Carlton Flat, Cal-Ida, Fiddle Creek, Indian Valley, Rocky Rest, Ramshorn and Bullards Bar Reservoir.
Meanwhile, Eldorado National Forest has 170 lakes, 4 rivers, and 400 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Carson National Scenic Byway provides great scenery of the mountains as well as the glacier-carved valleys. Mountain biking, hiking, fishing and camping areas are accessible along or near the route. Campgrounds comprise of Grove Hot Spring, Markleeville, Turtle Rock, Crystal Springs, Snowshoe Springs, Kit Carson, Hope Valley, Blue Lake, Bear River Reservoir, Middle Fork Consumnes River, White Azalea, Moore Creek, Mokelumne River, Lumberyard, PiPi, Silver Lake West, Kirkwood Lake, Caples Lake, Woods Lake, Lovers Leap, Silver Fork, China Flat, Sand Flat, Capps Crossing, Loon Lake, Airport Flat, Gerle Creek Reservoir, South Fork, Union Valley Reservoir, Ice House Reservoir, Stumpy Meadows Reservoir, Dru Barner Equestrian Camp, Middle Meadows and Big Meadows.
One of the most exciting places to go camping is Grouse Ridge Nevada Campground. The campground is really striking and you can enjoy a lot of activities during your stay. There are astounding sites to explore along Crooked Lakes Trail. There are also hiking trails over the Spaulding Lake Trail. On the other hand, you will find some scenic views in Fall Creek Mountain and you can enjoy whitewater rafting along the Yuba River. Everybody adores Tahoe National Forest, and don’t forget to visit Round Lake Trail. During the summer seasons the temperatures in this area gets high during nighttime.