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Pine Creek Campground

Contact Info
Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
100 Midas Canyon Road
PO Box 130
Austin, NV 89310

Phone :
775-964-2671
Basics
Number of Sites:
22 sites
Elevation:
7600 feet

Description

Situated on the eastern side of the Toquima Mountain Range in the Monitor Valley, the 21 campsites and one group site offers camping and picnicking.

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Details

Season
May to October
Elevation
7600 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
22 sites
More Site Details
Max RV Length:
35 feet

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

To access the campground from Austin:

Follow US 50 East to the SR 376 junction.

Turn right, and continue south about .1 mile, look on the left for a Nevada State shaped sign.

Turn left onto this road and continue east on Forest Service Road 001 over Petes Summit and down into the Monitor Valley.

At the Monitor Ranch, turn right on Forest Service Road 420 and continue south for approximately 13 miles to the State Road 82 and Forest Service Road 365 Junction.

Take the right fork and continue south on State Road 82 for approximately 15 miles to Forest Service road 420.

Turn left into FS 420 and continue south for about one-half mile to Forest Service Road 009.

Turn right and continue west for approximately 2.5 miles to the campground.

To access the campground from Tonopah:

Follow US 6 east to the State Road 376 junction.

Turn left and continue north for approximately 13 miles to the State Road 82 junction towards Belmont.

Remain on SR 82 continuing north, through Belmont , to Forest Service Road 420.

Turn left and continue on FS 420 to the FS 009. Turn left and continue west into the campground.

To access the campground from Eureka:

Follow US 50 west to the Belmont Road turnoff (Forest Service Road 425).

Turn left and continue south to the State Road 82 and FS Road 365. Stay to the right and continue on State Road 82 for approximately 15 miles to FS Road 420.

Turn left onto FS 420 and continue south for about .5 miles to FS Road 009.

Turn right and continue west for approximately 2.5 miles into the campground.


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