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Riverbend Campground - Walker River State Recreation Area

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Features & Amenities

Popular Features:

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tent Camping
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp
  • Restrooms
  • Showers

Connectivity:

  • WiFi
  • ATT
  • Verizon
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile
  • Starlink

Park Features

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Big Rig Access
  • Tent Camping
  • 55+ Only
  • Kid Friendly
  • Boondocking
  • Cabins / Cottages / Yurts
  • Dump Station
  • Group Camping
  • Dispersed Camping
  • Workamping
  • Class A Only

Hookups

  • Full Hookup
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Cable/Sat. TV Hookup
  • Central Water Spigot
  • Public Phone
  • Water

Amenities

  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Camp Store
  • Pet Area
  • Propane Available
  • Cafe / Snack Bar
  • Clubhouse
  • Firewood Available
  • Group Kitchen
  • Horse Camp
  • Landing Strip
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Restrooms: vault

Recreation

  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Recreation Trails
  • Rec Room
  • Casino
  • Fishing
  • Beach
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Golf
  • Gym/Workout Facilities
  • Horseshoes
  • Mini-Golf
  • Outdoor Courts
  • Pickleball
  • Water Access

Walker River State Recreation Area Review & Ratings Overview

6 RVers Reviewed Walker River State Recreation Area

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6 Reviews

These reviews are the opinion of CampgroundReviews' members and not the views of CampgroundReviews.com

Date of Stay:Jun 2021
Nightly Rate: $25 USD

Date of Stay:Jun 2021

Nightly Rate:$25 USD

Staff is very friendly and helpful, you can bring your off road toys. We camped at Walker River State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.

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Campsite Details
Campsite
Site SurfaceDirt
Site TypePull through
Site Space Quite a bit longer than my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Power AvailableYes
Sewer Connectionno

, No sewer hookup

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Campground Details
Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers
Space Between LotsSpacious
Sun & FoliageSunny/Open

Date of Stay:Mar 2021
Nightly Rate: $10 USD

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2019 Winnebago Minnie Plus 26RBSS
42 Reviews | 70 Photos | 26 Tips

Date of Stay:Mar 2021

Nightly Rate:$10 USD

This is a terrific Nevada State Park. It is new to the State Park System, opened in 2018 and they are improving the campgrounds. We camp at the RV Campground, which appears to have been recently developed. Power and water available (except the water is turned off during winter months of course). New and clean restrooms and showers. The campground is, however, a bit barren, as it is high desert ranchland. Camped during the winter, so the riparian woodland along the Walker River was bare of green. Best for those who fish, kayak or canoe. Or who just want to get away from home or crowded campgrounds for a few days. Very quiet and dark at night.
I have a Nevada State Park Senior Permit, which covers the entrance ($5) and camping fees ($10). So, I only had to pay for the utility hookup fee ($10). The sites have 20, 30 & 50 amp power & water (water is not available during the winter). A water faucet is available at the tent campgrounds during the winter. Warning, it is a high-pressure water line.
+ RV sites (19) are well separated, and all are pull-through sites.
+ A centrally located restroom and shower building. There are 6 restrooms, 4 of which also have showers. Restrooms are not heated (burr), but the showers have hot water.
+ Showers are free, just need to press the buttons to keep the water flowing.
+ Each site has a metal shade ramada, a metal picnic table and a fire ring and the sites are smooth and fairly level.
+ Firewood is available near the camp host site.
+ Many paths to and along the river, restricted to pedestrians, bikes and horses. Watch for the road apples!
- 4 miles of gravel/dirt road from the highway to the State Park entrance. But the roadway was in good condition, just dusty.
- Barren, high desert ranchland.
- No sewer hook ups, but this is normal for State Parks in Nevada. They do have a convenient dump station as you exit the campground.
We camped at Walker River State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.

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Campsite Details
Campsite

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Site SurfaceGravel
Site TypePull through
Site Space Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power AvailableYes

, No issues with the 30 amp power. 50 amp is available as well.

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Sewer Connectionno

, No sewer hookup at the camp sites. There is a dump station.

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Campground Details
Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers
Space Between LotsNearby
Sun & FoliageSunny/Open
Tow Vehicle Parkingyes

Tip for Other Campers:

Yerington is 25 minutes from the campground, if you need a food or drink run, or if you want to eat at a restaurant.

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Date of Stay:Oct 2020
Nightly Rate: $25 USD

Date of Stay:Oct 2020

Nightly Rate:$25 USD

This was our first visit to this Nevada State Campground and we were favorably impressed. There are actually two campgrounds here; one is Quail Run, this is the newer campground with partial hookups (water and power.) The second campground, River Bend, is nearby, but does not have hookups, and therefore, the rate is less. Quail Run has 19 pull through spaces configured in a loop design, with the spaces on the outside of the loop larger. Most of these outside loop sites could accommodate two rigs, and there are two power and water hookups in these sites. The sites on the inside of the loop are shorter and accommodate one rig. River Bend has 16 sites. The outside loop sites are pull through, and the inside loop sites are back-in type and shorter, perhaps more suited to tent camping, Class B or Class C motorhomes. The rate for this campground would be $15 a night, though water is available in several locations in this campground. There is a convenient dump station available near both campgrounds.

Each campsite in either campground had a shade ramada, a picnic table, and a fire ring, though fire restrictions may be in effect in the Summer and early Fall. And since the campground has been recently built, the bathroom and shower facilities were in excellent shape and looked to be well maintained. This area has become popular with off road vehicles. However, there is more to do that just off road riding in the hills. There are nature trails that follow the river that are quiet and peaceful, and offer wildlife viewing opportunities. Kayakers and canoers can make use of the river as there are several points of river access.
The downsides: the park is 4 miles in from NV 208 on a two lane dirt road that has sections that are quite rough (washboard) in spots. And we were told by the park ranger that during the winter, the water is turned off. We camped at Walker River State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.

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Campsite Details
Campsite

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Site SurfaceDirt
Site TypePull through
Site Space Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power AvailableYes

, No problems observed with power. We used 30Amp connection.

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Sewer Connectionno
Campground Details
Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers
Space Between LotsSpacious
Sun & FoliageSunny/Open
Tow Vehicle Parkingyes

Date of Stay:Aug 2019
Nightly Rate: $25 USD

Labs User ImageLabs

5 Reviews | 13 Photos | 2 Tips

Date of Stay:Aug 2019

Nightly Rate:$25 USD

There are presently two (maybe three...we didn't look for the Bighorn campground) camping areas, one with hookups and one without. Both areas have plenty of space around the sites, most if not all are pull-through sites, each has a metal shade pergola over a picnic table on a concrete slab, and a metal fire ring. There is a large overflow parking area close by. The hookups are electric only plus a water spigot which you can use to fill your tanks but not for continuous supply. No sewer, but dump station on-site is included in your fees and is spacious and clean. There is NO shade other than the small metal pergolas. The area is very wide open and exposed. The visitor center is very small but I imagine will expand over time. They provide a water trail map of the river to assist with planning any river related activities. There are walking paths and picnic pergolas scattered throughout the park. The scenery is peaceful and quiet. It gets quite hot here on a summer day, but evenings are cooler. Our kids used to camp on this ranch with the Boy Scouts when it was privately owned, and enjoyed canoeing and hiking around the area. The biggest drawback is the 2.8 mile washboard dirt/gravel road to the main entrance of Pitchfork. Be forewarned that your rig will take a beating just getting to the campground! We camped at Walker River State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.

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Campsite Details
Site SurfaceConcrete, Dirt
Sewer Connectionno
Campground Details
Clean Restrooms
Space Between LotsSpacious
Sun & FoliageSunny/Open, Some Shade
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Features & Amenities

Popular Features:

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Pool

Connectivity:

  • WiFi
  • ATT
  • Verizon
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile
  • Starlink

Park Features

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Big Rig Access
  • Tent Camping
  • 55+ Only
  • Kid Friendly
  • Boondocking
  • Cabins / Cottages / Yurts
  • Dump Station
  • Group Camping
  • Dispersed Camping
  • Workamping
  • Class A Only

Hookups

  • Full Hookup
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Cable/Sat. TV Hookup
  • Central Water Spigot
  • Public Phone
  • Water

Amenities

  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Camp Store
  • Pet Area
  • Propane Available
  • Cafe / Snack Bar
  • Clubhouse
  • Firewood Available
  • Group Kitchen
  • Horse Camp
  • Landing Strip
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Restrooms: vault

Recreation

  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Recreation Trails
  • Rec Room
  • Casino
  • Fishing
  • Beach
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Golf
  • Gym/Workout Facilities
  • Horseshoes
  • Mini-Golf
  • Outdoor Courts
  • Pickleball
  • Water Access

Walker River Resort Review & Ratings Overview

27 RVers Reviewed Walker River Resort

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27 Reviews

These reviews are the opinion of CampgroundReviews' members and not the views of CampgroundReviews.com

Date of Stay:Apr 2021
Nightly Rate: $64 USD

Date of Stay:Apr 2021

Nightly Rate:$64 USD

We really liked the place! Clean,good space between sites, dog friendly, well maintained hook ups. It's all dirt and gravel, a lot dusty- but there are grass patches at just about every site and lots of trees. It is very quiet at night. We had a pull through site. This is great for camping with friends- the sites face each other. Every site has a well maintained picnic table. There are lots of things to do here- trails around the resort for walking, a pistol range & sporting clays shooting area, tons of BLM land for dirt bikes and ATVs, excellent river access for fishing, float tubing or kayaking. There's a pool and spa that opens in May, a nice bar with a couple of slot machines, a nine hole desert golf course and a horseshoe pit. If you have kids, bring their bikes. It is dusty, so keep that in mind. You need to bring your own fire pit and wood- or a propane one, like we have. Kids and adults can play and swim in the river. There’s a huge communal fire pit for large groups and there’s a covered gazebo down by the water. Large grassy area by the water is perfect for pop up awnings & beach chairs. Fires are allowed if you bring your own pit and wood. There are showers and toilets that are currently closed due to COVID but that will change soon. Leashed dogs are very welcome- but that was our only problem- lots of big dogs off leash with no owner in sight. We have two Yorkies who are very friendly but tiny and we were a bit intimidated by big dogs following us around when we took them for walks. The views are stunning- desert scrub with the snow capped Pinenuts in the distance. Everyone was very friendly and the staff was helpful. Directions and signage are very easy to read and clear. This was a great time of year to visit. The resort was not very full- mostly families with children and some retirees like us. We met a great couple parked next to us. The weather was awesome-70s during the day and 30s at night. Very little wind. We will be back! We camped at Walker River Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Site SurfaceDirt
Site TypePull through
Site Space Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Power AvailableYes

, Well maintained, easy to access, you might need a longer cord or sewer line if you have a bigger rig, depending on how you pull into the site.

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Sewer Connectionyes

, Great connection. No problems.

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Campground Details
Space Between LotsNearby
Sun & FoliageSome Shade
Tow Vehicle Parkingyes

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If you have kids, bring their bikes. It is dusty, so keep that in mind. You need to bring your own fire pit and wood- or a propane one, like we have. Kids and adults can play and swim in the river. There’s a huge communal fire pit for large groups and there’s a covered gazebo down by the water. Large grassy area by the water is perfect for pop up awnings & b...

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Date of Stay:Jun 2020
Nightly Rate: $65 USD

JPJF User ImageJPJF

4 Reviews | 10 Photos | 2 Tips

Date of Stay:Jun 2020

Nightly Rate:$65 USD

This is a wonderful location. It is remote oasis in the middle of the high desert in Smith, NV. As far as I could gather, this is a privately owned camp ground. At one time they sold memberships but that has ended. It is often "sold out" althought it doesn't seem to get packed. We were there during the Covid pandemic so the public spaces were closed. However, the pool was opened the Friday after we arrived. The park is well thought out. The sites are set in an arc with a few ponds as the base of the arc. The views are amazing! The park sits on a slight hill and looks out over the flat desert with snow capped mountains in the back ground. The sunsets are stunning. The Walker river flows by the park and is a cool place to spend the day. The river moves failly slowly and was pretty shallow. You can take your chairs into the water- relax and let the river flow by. We were lucky to be assigned an end spot (#83) and it was perfect. We had 2 large trees (which they water so don't turn off the system) we got good shade from them. We camp with our dog. As long as the dogs are leashed everything is good. On a side note- IF your dog is a barker at home, they will be a barker when camping. SO if you go out and leave your dog tied up, they will barn ALL DAY LONG! Don't be "that" dog owner. We were there to take our ORV out with a few friends. The trails are fun! Not extremely technical and mostly rock and sand. The hills are short but can be quite steep. We found ourselves in dried out river beds a lot. NOTE: We got lost and that could have been bad because the temperature was over 98*. Most of the trails are marked well and there are abandon mining sites that make nice locations to aim for. The vibe is family oriented - not a late night party zone. I'm sure that the parties do happen but it was super quiet the nights we were there. We will be going again. We camped at Walker River Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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Campsite

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Site SurfaceDirt
Site TypePull through
Site Space Long enough for my 5th wheel and truck (I didn't have to disconnect
Power AvailableYes
Sewer Connectionyes
Campground Details
Space Between LotsVery Close
Sun & FoliageSome Shade
Tow Vehicle Parkingyes

Tip for Other Campers:

TIP: this is a desert and should be respected. Do not go out without water! Should you get lost ( and that can happen) get to the top of a hill and orient youself. Many of the canyons close out and what you think is a trail can end quite abruptly.
If you shoot, there is a trap/skeet range an a pistol range ( I was told)

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    Michelelyl If you have kids, bring their bikes. It is dusty, so keep that in mind. You need to bring your own fire pit and wood- or a propane one, like we have. Kids and adults can play and swim in the river. There’s a huge communal fire pit for large groups and there’s a covered gazebo down by the water. Large grassy area by the water is perfect for pop up awnings & beach chairs.

  • JPJF User Image

    JPJF TIP: this is a desert and should be respected. Do not go out without water! Should you get lost ( and that can happen) get to the top of a hill and orient youself. Many of the canyons close out and what you think is a trail can end quite abruptly. If you shoot, there is a trap/skeet range an a pistol range ( I was told)

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Date of Stay:Jun 2019
Nightly Rate: $10 USD

LKE User ImageLKE

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60 Reviews | 18 Photos | 41 Tips

Date of Stay:Jun 2019

Nightly Rate:$10 USD

The primary focus in this area is ATV and dirt bike play. The sites are close but not tight. The WiFi is not bad unless it's the weekend and the park is packed. Verizon worked okay during those times. The facilities are very good and the RVers we encountered were nice and respectful of each other. The river was still running high, so we didn't spend any time at the beach area. The pool and clubhouse area was very nice and the laundry was a good price and large. Even though it's remote, we would stay here again. Stock up before you arrive as Walmart is an hour away. To go to Lake Tahoe from here you will go over the mountains and the roads are twisty but good. We camped at Walker River Resort in a Motorhome.

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Campsite

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Site SurfaceSand
Site TypePull through
Site Space Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Power AvailableYes
Sewer Connectionyes
Campground Details
Space Between LotsNearby
Sun & FoliageSome Shade
Tow Vehicle Parkingyes

Date of Stay:Apr 2018
Nightly Rate: $55 USD

Date of Stay:Apr 2018

Nightly Rate:$55 USD

Great place to stay! Big sites, staff is very nice, off road trails right from camp. It's a fun camp ground with lots to do. If you are looking for peace and tranquility try Weed Heights Campground, as this is a little more fun group. Nothing obnoxious, but it does have motorcycles and ATV's coming and going all day. I hear the pool is nice, but have yet to come in the summer. We go once every spring and fall. We have a 32 foot motorhome towing a jeep. We camped at Walker River Resort in a Motorhome.

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Walker River

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

Pitchfork Ranch

The century-old Pitchfork Ranch, located near Yerington, Nevada, is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, with 7 miles of the celebrated East Walker River open for exploration. Visitors are invited to experience camping, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, kayaking, fishing, or simply relaxing in an idyllic country setting.

Camping: The Riverbend campground has 16 sites suitable for travel trailers, motorhomes or tents. Campsites include a table and fire ring, and shade ramada. Sites cannot be reserved and there are no hook-ups, but an RV dump station is nearby. A camping limit of 14 days in a 30-day period is enforced.

RV Camping: RV sites with power and water hookups are available at the Quail Run Campground.

Floating: Kayakers and floaters will enjoy miles of floating along the Walker River. Ask park staff or refer to the Water Trail Map to learn about current river conditions and put-in/take-out locations.  

Hunting: Hunters will find rich opportunities along the Walker River, from big game such as deer, antelope and Big Horn sheep, to water fowl and upland game such as chukar and dove. Refer to the hunting zone map for detailed hunting zone locations. 

Group Day-Use Area: The group area will accommodate up to 60 persons for group picnicking on a reservation-only basis. For reservations, contact the park office.

Picnicking: A day-use area is available near the river.

Visitor Center: The Visitor Center offers exhibits telling the colorful history of the Walker River State Recreation Area. 

Programs: Information about program scheduling may be obtained from either park staff or kiosks. Upon request, special presentations can be arranged for groups.

Hours: Open seven days a week, 365 days a year.

The "Elbow" at Nine Mile

This unspoiled section of the East Walker River is fabled among fishermen and will remain rustic and undeveloped to retain its allure to devout anglers and seekers of the truly serene.

Camping: The Bighorn Campground has campsites that include a table and fire ring. Sites cannot be reserved and there are no hook-ups. Restroom facilities are available. A camping limit of 14 days in a 30-day period is enforced.

Fishing: The Walker River is home to trophy fisheries, including the fabled “Elbow” at the Nine Mile Ranch. Fishing enthusiasts will find world class angling at various locations along the river corridor. 

Picnicking: A day-use area is available near the river.

Hours: Open seven days a week, 365 days a year.


FIELD NOTES

  • Fires are permitted only in designated fire rings, barbecues or approved portable stoves. Visitors should supply their own firewood.
  • Please remember to respect the area when using your OHVs and UTVs. Use only trails and designated areas for these types of recreation. If you are unsure where you can use these, please speak with a member of the Park Staff.
  • Removing, disturbing or damaging any historic structure, artifact, rock, plant life, fossil or other feature is prohibited. State and federal laws protect this area and its resources.
  • Motor vehicles are permitted only on designated roadways and parking areas.
  • Pets are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash of not more than six feet in length.
  • A fishing license is required for anglers 12 or older. Visit ndow.org for more information.
  • Visitors are responsible for knowing all park rules and regulations in effect. Detailed rules and regulations are posted at the park or may be obtained from any Park Ranger.
  • Those with developmental and/or physical limitations are invited to enjoy all of the recreational activities of Nevada State Parks. If you would like to request additional support or accommodations, please call the Nevada State Parks division office. We continually seek ways to provide recreational opportunities for people of all abilities and welcome any suggestions you may have.
  • View a  list of frequently asked questions.
Sours: http://parks.nv.gov/parks/walker-river
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