Sites are tight over grown and not level. It's the first turnoff past the Lehman … Location: On Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive, 3.5 miles from the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. Both Upper and Lower Lehman creek campgrounds were packed on a late July weekend. We were here in mid-May and it was snowing! If you have trailer I recommend this CG. Situated at 7,300 feet, it is 450 feet lower than Upper Lehman Creek Campground and the lowest elevation campground in the park. Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive is open for the first three miles to the Winter Parking Lot. The trees and bushes are thick and high, and you feel like you're in your own private corner of the world. It was full and we started to worry a little. While backing in, more people came by looking for a s... Big level site next to a nice flowing creek. Upper Lehman Campground This is a very small campground that seems to fill quickly, though most people appear to only stay one night. There are no supplies available in the park, and very limited ones in the town of Baker, so be prepared with all the food, fuel, etc. Whispering Elms Campground Bird Creek Recreation Area (2) Photos Overview Map (0) Reviews Overview. Water is only available summer. Campendium users haven't asked any questions about Lower Lehman Creek Campground. We managed for 1 night, then got lucky with someone leaving site #10 on Friday. The sites are spread out and most are adjacent to the creek which is really nice. Great Basin National Park - Lower Lehman Creek Campground in Great Basin National Park is rated 9.1 of 10 at Campground Reviews. Dry camping here but generators are allowed. It was full and we started to worry a little. It takes a lot of driving to get to its remote location, and as a result that keeps most of the crowds away. We patronized T&D's store once, snagging the last dozen eggs, and the coffe cart once to get a cuppa for the road on our way out of town. more. We arrived around 11:30 on a Wednesday morning. ), but the vistas of the Great Basin and the quiet that is generally absent in the frequently visited NPs was “ deafening”. We did not visit the caves on this trip. Lower Lehman Campground. Note: Baker Creek Road is a maintained gravel road. Elevation: 7,800 feet (2,377 meters) With only 11 sites, this campground provides a quiet, relaxing camping experience. As mentioned in the previous review, the spaces are ridiculously off-level, but a little work will set that (nearly) right, and the sound of the water all day and, especially, at night makes it worth it. Great Basin National Park The rate we paid reflects the Senior Pass. Upper Lehman and Baker Creek are tight with brush leaning into the road(especially Baker Creek- very over grown- truck was scratched just driving thru). Turn right off of Hwy 487 just before Utah/Nevada border. Cell service is wildly uneven, going from 4 bars of 4G to 1 bar of 1X. We can not see the campers on either side of us, which is unheard of in a National Park. Clean and quiet sites with good separation between. You may also be interested in Ward Mountain campground. A map of Baker Creek Campground is available. This campsite was a dream. Lovely, facilities just need some attention - Debby Grey Cliffs Campground. Sites 1 (handicapped), 2, and 10 seem the most level, with site 2 being our favorite—it consisted of several small clearings, including one right next to the river so you could spread out and take advantage of the whole site. Found one site open #3. Lehman Caves Visitor Center and Lehman caves and tours are closed. Camp was otherwise clean and nice. more. 100 Great Basin National Park We managed for 1 night, then got lucky with someone leaving site #10 on Friday. Water is available throughout the campground, though not at each site. We visited Kerouac's restaurant one evening, and it was very good. This campground or RV park is a public park managed by a State, Federal, or Municipal agency. Water is available in the summer only. Lower Lehman Campground is open all year, but water available in summer only. The trees and bushes are thick and high, and you feel like you're in your own private corner of the world. Location: On Snake Creek Road. Fee: $15 per night Status: check current conditions page Fees are reduced if … We then went to this campground and found most of the sites full until we arrived at site #7. The creek kind of splits upstream right before the site, so we had a little wading pool to cool off in after hikes. Picnic Table. We arrived around 11:30 on a Wednesday morning.... The first day, they hike up the Lehman Creek Trail and camp at the Wheeler Peak Campground. First come first serve. In Great Basin, explorers will find the 13,000-foot summit of Wheeler Peak, sage-covered foothills, ancient bristlecone pines, and mysterious subterranean passages. It was downright gorgeous! Checks are not accepted. Vault toilets. more. The restrooms were kept very clean and stocked. Talk about an “undiscovered” gem; well undiscovered by National Park standards. Great Basin National Park Lower Lehman Creek Campground (3) Jump to Events Facilities/Services Policies Rates Recreation Rental Units Reviews Sites Weather Forecast : Overview: Location Address: Baker, Nevada 89311 GPS: 39.016539, -114.239648 View on Map The Lower Lehman Creek Campground is available all year and is a short drive away from Lehman Caves. Lovely, facilities just need some attention, Burned aspen forest landscape Rehab in progress. Open all year, water is available only in the summer. Only eleven sites are available in this creekside, first come, first served campground spotted with aspens amd pines and heavy shrubbery. The campground has pit toilets and water although in May the water was still winterized. Lower Lehman Creek Campground, Great Basin National Park. We love the snow so that was cool but it is a remote area so come prepared with plenty of supplies. Lower Lehman is the lowest in elevation at around 7,000 feet in this mountain, terrain. Both Visitor Centers are very nice. If we had come after 12 we would have been out of luck. Lower Lehman Creek Campground contains 11 campsites. Lower Lehman Creek Campground, all other campgrounds are closed under normal winter closures. Amenities are Minimal, Cellular Coverage is only Poor to Fair. We settled into site 10 in the lower campground which backed up to a creek and paid- a whopping- $7.50 per night. Upper Lehman Creek Campground (NPS Campground) in Great Basin National Park is rated 8.4 of 10 at Campground Reviews. As mentioned in the previous review, the spaces are ridiculously off-level, but a little work will set that (nearly) right, and the sound of the water all day and, especially, at night m... more. The snow has brought other changes to visitor access to the park. Only two remained open, Upper and Lower Lehman Creek campgrounds. Fee: $15 per night *Lower Lehman Creek is the only campground open year round at Great Basin. If you want to explore beyond the campground (no matter which one you stay in) you'll need a toad or other means of transport as this park is very spread out -- which makes it completely quiet and lovely. We arrived on a Thursday afternoon and first went to the Upper Lehman Creek campground. and local amenities. Found one site open #3. Location: On Strawberry Creek Road, 3 miles south of US Highway 50. Lower Lehman Creek Campground contains 11 campsites. We got gas at the unmanned pumps in Baker, used the $2 showers there twice, once with plenty of unlimited hot water, once no hot water was forthcoming. Drinking water was available at the Lehman Cave Visitor Center. As mentioned in previous reviews, the sites are terribly unlevel, so creative parking and leveling blocks are a must. Generally these types of parks have stricter rules on camping. Lower Lehman Creek Campground. Note that road to Wheeler peak is restricted to 24' and under. Please select a reason for flagging this item: © 2020 Campendium Inc. All rights reserved. more. When camping at the Great Basin National Park, Upper Lehman Creek Campground is a great place to celebrate this remoteness. Campground locations in the park. According to Fodor’s The National Parks of the West and the park’s brochure, Great Basin National Park is the least visited NP in the system; we don’t know why? I recommend printing out the park's newspaper which is available online and gives a nice rundown of all the hikes (not all the distances and elevation are correct, however!) 100 NF-448, Baker, NV, 89311. Water is available spring through fall, weather permitting. Lower Lehman Creek Campground is the only campground open year-round - check our current conditions page for status. Campground is CLOSED until further notice due to fire recovery effort It's located right by the creek and is surrounded by trees and shrubs. Electrical hookups are also available. Very private with lots of space between other sites. There was a picnic table and a fire ring, too. We arrived on a Thursday afternoon and first went to the Upper Lehman Creek campground. We loved this place so much we extended our original plan from one to three nights- it was that wonderful. Though extremely unlevel, the positive atmosphere here makes up for it in every way. Status: check current conditions page Grey Cliffs Campground contains 16 sites, two of which are wheelchair accessible. Nevada is the proud home of one national park: Great Basin. There are a limited number of pull-through sites for RVs and trailers. Camp was otherwise clean and nice. There are several hikes in the area, the Bristlecone Pine trail is magical. The sites are spread out and most are ad... Sites are tight over grown and not level. Vault toilets were surprisingly clean and odor-free throughout our stay. Become a Campendium Supporter and enjoy ad-free browsing plus bonus features! Campsites are on a first come, first served basis, and each campsite includes a table, tent pad and grill. you'll need for your stay. Our TT is 31.5ft overall length and campground was tight to navigate and we were rubbing trees on both sides driving through camp. Has 2 pit toilets. Water is available spring through fall, weather permitting. We loved the caves, the hike to the glacier, the alpine lakes, and the bristlecone pines. Other campgrounds are generally open from May until October, weather permitting. The second day is spent climbing the summit and returning back down the Lehman Creek Trail. :) It was doable and not that bad because there are spigots throughout the campground. Lower Lehman Creek Campground Is open all year with 11 RV and tent camp spots available. It was about 85 degrees in the middle of the day, but the shade and the creek helped. A quick visit to the Baker Archeological Site is moderately interesting and free. Status: check current conditions page This is a small campground and it fills up quickly. Campers will also find a few trails winding around the campground that lead down to Lehman Creek. Open year round and it has about 20 very private sites. The best campgrounds at Great Basin for RVers are at Lower Lehman Creek and Upper Lehman Creek. Water is available spring through fall, weather permitting. more. it's always 50 degrees in there. Elevation: 7,530 feet (2,295 meters) Look forward to exploring geologic wonders, cooking by the campfire, and staring up at that river of stars in the sky! $31 starting/night Valley View RV Park $17 starting/night 3.0. A map of Lower Lehman Creek Campground is available. There’s a restaurant and a bar/cafe in town, and a limited grocery store—stock up before you go. This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com, We arrived on Thursday 10/1. There are two routes to Wheeler Peak Campground from Upper Lehman Creek Campground. Small c... We had just come from there and were not excited to do more driving, so my husband filled up the tank manually with a six-gallon jug. Very few sites would fit a trailer or MH at either of the other CG. You can look forward to hiking, starry, starry nights, peaceful serenity, and/or whiskey drinking by the campfire and howling with the coyotes! Great Basin National Park - Lower Lehman Creek Campground in Great Basin National Park, Nevada: 23 reviews, 3 photos, & 8 tips from fellow RVers. Lower Lehman Creek Campground in Baker Nevada is a campground or RV park that is publicly managed. As mentioned in previous... Elevation: 7,800 feet (2,377 meters) It's a small campground with only eleven sites, but it's nearly impossible to see a neighbor. Make sure you stock up on propane and food and drink before coming here as there is literally nothing here but the park. Each site is comprised of a fire pit, a picnic table and a tent pad area. Other Near By Campgrounds. Lucky us! The dump station at the visitors center was down when we arrived, but they said there were places in Baker you could fill up. Had to use all of our blocks (4) sets of stacking leveling blocks to get good enough for one night. Description If you’re camping in the Great Basin, you should give Lower Lehman Creek Campground a shot. Come prepared! Note: The Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive is narrow, winding, and climbs an 8% grade in 12 miles. Big level site next to a nice flowing creek. Elevation: 7,300 feet (2,200 meters) Some are pull through and can accommodate 30' campers. No water is available at any site. 3 reviews of Lower Lehman Creek Campground "Small primitive campground at Great Basin NP. We love the snow so that was cool but it is a remote area so come prepared with plenty of supplies. We stayed in town one night, then stalked the campground the following day. Price reflects the senior pass discount. Elevation: 7,530 feet (2,295 meters) Status: check current conditions page We settled into site 10 in the lower campground which backed up to a creek and paid- a whopping- $7.50 per night. We were here in mid-May and it was snowing! Elevation: 7,300 feet (2200 meters), 11 campsites, pit toilets, a limited number of pull through sites for small RV's and trailers, 2 1/2 miles from Visitor Center. Wheeler Peak Campground contains 37 campsites, with one wheelchair accessible site. It was a back in site that is super long. Fee: $15 for individual sites, $30 for group camping Many of the hikes are only accessible after traveling many miles on long gravel roads most of which are in very good condition, but some which require AWD/4WD, so be prepared for that. Campendium is an Amazon associate site and earns from qualifying purchases. Snake Creek Road continues to be closed under a winter closure. Closed on Federal holidays. Easily fit our truck and trailer combo (40’) with room to spare. Our favorites were Bristlecone, Lexington Arch, and, of course, summiting the peak. Great Basin National Park has five developed campgrounds: Upper Lehman Creek, Lower Lehman Creek, Baker Creek, Grey Cliffs, and Wheeler Peak. First come sites - Moseyin Baker Creek Campground. We foraged for wood, and it burned and smelled awesome. We stayed at that site until Tuesday. Small creek ran through the back of the site. Each developed campground has vault toilets, picnic tables, tent pads, and campfire grills. Lower Lehman Creek is the only campground open year round. Great Basin was a wonderful surprise. Nice and quiet with the soothing sound of the Creek flowing by. There are quiet and generator hours, but once it snowed, no one was complaining if anyone had to run their generators a bit outside the posted hours and with the nice site separation, it was nearly impossible to hear your neighbors anyhow. Lower Lehman Creek Campground. Amenities. Fire Ring / Grill. Be the first to add a video for Lower Lehman Creek Campground! Very quiet campground and plenty of space between neighbors. Camper vans or pop ups would be more appropriate for this spot. Location: On Baker Creek Road, 1.5 miles from the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. These campgrounds contain a total of more than 100 campsites. Small campground with several pull thru sites along the Creek bed. Save to Favorites Travelers Booked These Nearby. 89311. Upper Lehman Creek Campground (NPS Campground) in Great Basin National Park, Nevada: 4 reviews, 11 photos, & 3 tips from fellow RVers. Size & Cost: 11 sites, $15 per site Open: All Year Reservations: No, first come, first served Location: 1.9 miles up the Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive Amenities: Running water (in summer), vault toilets, grills and picnic tables Demand: Moderate. And a self pay station. Note: The Strawberry Creek Road is a primitive dirt road. more. Cell service was spotty but we got coverage. If you can get a site on the water side (right-hand side as you drive in), so much the better. Though extremely unlevel, the positive atmosphere here makes up for it in every way. The tour of the Lehman Caves was worthwhile as was the drive-up up to Wheeler Peak and the subsequent 4- mile (round trip) hike to the Bristlecone Pine Grove. They can be contacted via phone at (775) 234-7331 for pricing, directions, reservations and more. Water may not be available early and late in the season, and is not available in the winter at Lower Lehman Creek. Note: Baker Creek Road is a maintained gravel road. Location: On Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive, 2.5 miles from the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. Q&A - Ask the Community about Lower Lehman Creek Campground, Written by someone with an affiliation to the property, Duplicate review submitted by the same member, Multiple reviews submitted by members of the same household, Reviewer did not actually visit the location, The Best RV Parks and Campgrounds in the Florida Keys, America's Top National Parks for RV Camping, The Mighty 5: All the Camping in Utah’s National Parks, The Top 15 States for RV Camping in National Forests, What You Need To Know About The New Camping Rules Near The Tetons, The Best State Park Campgrounds in Each State, The benefits of choosing LiFePO4 over lead-acid, Adventures With Audrey: Great Basin National Park. Very close to Great Basin NP, but terrible cell service! Very quiet campground and plenty of space ... Amenities are Minimal, Cellular Coverage is only Poor to Fair. Upper Lehman Creek Campground contains 24 campsites with two wheelchair accessible sites. We have the lifetime senior pass so we paid half price. The water is off in the campgrounds, water is available to fill jugs outside the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. We then went to this campground and found most of the sites full until we arrived at site #7. A map of Upper Lehman Creek Campground is available. 2. We loved this place so much we extended our original plan from one to three nights- it was that wonderful. Closed on Federal holidays. No, it did not have the sights of Yosemite, the attractions of Yellowstone or the wildlife of the Grand Tetons (nor did it have the people! While backing in, more people came by looking for a site! He's my hero. Olympic National Park, Washington Fee: free (no water) Campsites are right on the creek, and it’s just a few miles away from Lehman Caves on the Wheeler Peak scenic drive. Water is available spring through fall, weather permitting. If Site #4 was level, it could arguably be the world's greatest campsite. Other campgrounds are generally open from May until October, weather permitting. Fee: $15 per night Dogs’ perspective: Like all national parks, dogs aren’t allowed on the trails, so if you’re content with circling the campgrounds and visitors’ center, that’s your option. But if you want peace, quiet, a zillion stars, and fabulous hiking, all you need is the park itself (which requires no pass or entrance fee, by the way! All campgrounds are closed except Lower Lehman Creek Campground. First come first serve. If you plan to hike, keep in mind this is all at elevation and remote -- plan accordingly. It was very private, but super unlevel for a RV, but great for tent camping. Water is not available at Grey Cliffs, but there is a spigot 1.4 miles away at Baker Creek Campground. Campgrounds Lower Lehman Creek Campground; Location: From the Lehman Caves Visitor Center, go 2.5 miles up the Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive. Campsites are on a creek and a short drive from Lehman caves. The most direct is the 4.5-mile Lehman Creek Trail. We stayed in town one night, then stalked the campground the following day. The Snake Creek Campground has 12 campsites (includes two walk-in sites) with three group camping sites. We checked out all the other CG and agreed we had the best. Very private with lots of space between other sites. Available 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Lower Lehman Creek Campground. Only three sites were taken, so we had a pretty good pick. Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive past Upper Lehman Campground is closed to single vehicles or trailers longer than 24 feet. The scenery is breathtaking! The water in the park is crystal clear and potable. Although this is billed as the least-visited National Park, all the campsites on LLCG were full when we first arrived (mostly due to wildfires in the norther states pushing vacationers further south than usual according to the rangers.) Primitive campgroundscan be found alon… Currently, all Great Basin National Park campsites are first-come, first-serve. Water may not be available early and late in the season, and is not available in the winter at Lower Lehman Creek. Although there were no flush toilets or showers, the vault toilets were clean and attended to daily. Status: check current conditions page Campsites are $10.00 per night, and are limited to 8 people and 2 vehicles per site.-----Upper Lehman Creek Campground Open From mid-May through October Upper Lehman Campground is located 3 miles from the Visitors Center off the Scenic Drive at 7,800 feet (2,400 meters). It was downright gorgeous! There are a limited number of pull-through sites for RVs and trailers. Status: check current conditions page A map of Lower Lehman Creek Campground is available. Baker Creek Campground contains 38 campsites, one of which is wheelchair accessible. Elevation: 7,752 feet (2,362 meters) Welcome to Great Basin National Park, where there’s a whole lot more than desert to explore. In the future I would stay outside the park and drive in opposed to try and bring any full size trailer or class A in here. We stayed at that site until Tuesday. We grabbed site 7 and thought we scored big time. The campground has paved roads and dirt pads, most of which are level. We grabbed site 7 and thought we scored big time. There isn't much to do in the local area, but you can take a trip to the Utah border where there is another RV park that has a restaurant, casino, pay showers, store, etc. Easily fit our truck and trailer combo (40’) with room to spare. (Sites 2, 4, 5, 7) It's a little tight in some of the pull thrus to get larger RV's in. The campground is at an elevation of 9,886 feet (3,013 meters) and is located at the end of Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive, 14 miles from the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. Five main campgrounds serve the park. No hookups. LCVC inside the park is large with a very nice cafe (good food!) There are a limited number of pull-through sites for RVs and trailers. Lower Lehman is located at the base of the mountain, so be aware that it's about 10-15 degrees warmer here than it is at the top of the mountain. - GrosVentre Wheeler Peak Campground. Available 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Water is available spring through fall, weather permitting. Baker, NV. This is a small campground and it fills up quickly. They do not take reservations. Lower Lehman Creek Campground. Site-specific information is visible only to the observer and eBird reviewer(s) for the region. There are no hookups. Our primary activity here was hiking, and we summited Wheeler Peak, as well as hiked the Bristlecone, Glacier, Alpine Lakes Loop, Timber Creek Loop, Johnson/Dead Lake Loop, Lexington Arch, Pole Canyon, and both interpretive nature trails. Group camping is available in Loop B and C. 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