Pioche RV Park and Campground

(42) Reviews

$35.00 USD per night, starting at.

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462 Bush Street , Pioche, NV, 89043

Located in Pioche, Nevada, Pioche RV Park and Campground features full 50 amp hookup sites. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities that include hiking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, golfing and ATV and motocross! Guest can visit historic landmarks and beautiful parks like the Million Dollar Courthouse, Boot Hill Cemetery and Eagle Valley Reservoir! Whether its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 05/16/2024

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Quiet hours

Quiet hours are 10:00 pm until 8:00 am


Laundry Facilities

Community Showers

Drinking Water

Water Hookups

Community Restrooms

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups

Paved Roads


50 Amps

Picnic Table

30 Amps

Kayaking & Canoeing

Historic Sightseeing










Rock Climbing

Scenic Drives


Swimming Outdoors

Wildlife Viewing

Family Friendly

Tent Camping


Extended Stay

462 Bush Street , Pioche, NV, 89043
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Overall Rating: 3.9

John Mccandlish

The pictures show a mostly empty park. Might be easy to get into, we thought. When we arrived it was nearly full. Mostly full time residents. I did not even try to back my 32’ foot fifth wheel in…from the street. Not enough room, hills, etc. So, like others have said, we drove another hour and a half to Ely.

Richard McQuerry

We had a reservation although you can not pick your site. Once we got there it was assigned. There were only two available The site the host recommended was up top on the hill .. it was full of very thick loose gravel and completely unlevel the gravel was so thick and loose there was no level site or anyway to level spent 45 minutes no way it would work for a 28 ft trailer. We ending up letting them know we would not be staying , leaving and why . It has about 12 or so sites and appear to be mostly permanent residents.

Nikolas Taranik

Decent small park stopover when traveling Hwy 93 but be aware that park (and the town) are on a steep hill. Spaces are decent size and level but back-in only and will likely require backing in from the street. The town is a delightful throwback to its mining roots. View of the valley is panoramic.

Tracy Petralia

I can’t even give that place 1. Just now I was looking over reservations and seen this. Parking Rv was awful to many rocks then had to backup to a very steep ledge. Knock on manager door no answer and we left and went to Ely.

Terry Ott

We stayed at the Pioche RV Park and Campground for 4 nights. It was a little tight getting into our space but our 34’ Class A fit OK but a longer coach would likely not fit. It was quiet and peaceful there and we thought the price was fair. We saw that there was supposed to be wifi available but we were unable to obtain the password so we didn’t use it. Nice place to stay though and we would consider staying there again sometime in the future…

John Dudleston

quiet, Clean, interesting backing in off of the street, once in the spot was level and hookups were very accessible. Don't expect to stream any shows over the wifi.

Brentq Campbell

A wonderful and convenient place to camp. The town is a nugget of a surprise. Almost like Park City that has not been taken over by the shops yet...

David Heston

Super location (a short walk to Pioche historic courthouse, county museum, wild west Boot Hill cemetery), and nice campground facilities. Only reason I didn't rate five stars was that it's a little tight for larger rigs. My 38-foot class A did fit, but it was a little tricky. Many sites are wide enough to park a second vehicle alongside. There is a single site that accommodates really long rigs, but be advise that that one's short on shade. In any event, Pioche was a pleasant surprise, and I'll probably visit again and use this campground as well.

David Langford

Overall, good campground. Good water pressure, electric wired right an never went out, site level, great views. However, 3 stars instead of 4 because getting in is a little strange. You have to back in off the street. Not a big issue, the street is VERY quiet, but never experienced a park like that. if you've got an extra big rig, might want to think about it. I've got a 32' 6" travel trailer with a Ram 2500 and made it fine. If you're a Starlink user, the north is slightly blocked by the trees. I got it to work, but it identified obstructions and I did have some interruptions.

Penny Highet

Overall, a nice little campsite. Took sometime to confirm our reservation intially....We arrived at the campsite about 6 pm and had difficulties determining where our site was. We did not have a site number provided to us. The laundry house had a sign that said ring this bell for camp host. No response after numerous attempts. Tried to call the reservation #, call would go through but they could not hear us so hung up. We called numerous times and sent text. No one showed up to help. We were about to decide to just park when another camper (long term, I think) wandered by to garbage and helped us. We were parked in a long site but our steps opened onto a hill and it was very muddy...we get that mud happens...but it was very nasty. I think this was not a usual circumstance so took it in stride...muddy strides, however...lol. We had indicated the size of our rig (41') at reservation time, but I don't think this campsite is really set up for this long a rig. Would choose a different campground next visit to Pioche. Once we connected with staff, they were very helpful but our arrival made for quite a lot of stress after a long day of travel. Having a posting of where to park would have been helpful...we did look for it on the bulletin board. Nice laundry room and bathrooms.

Mark Magie

Park is better described as a trailer park where people live and not a campground. The "camp host" was not helpful, the park was too tight to maneuver in. I left and found another campground, and forfeited my roverpass charge.

Renee Madden

There are not a lot of options in this area. This spot seemed to be one of the better options. The spot was clean. It is small, it has a few trees. You need to be able to back your rig up! You can walk to town, ride your dirt bikes out of the park. It is not a destination spot but good for a couple of days stay over.

Tracy Petralia

This was the worst camp site ever. Manager never answered door. We couldn’t unhook trailer not level enough. We just ended up leaving and found KOA in Ely. I wouldn’t Recommend this place to no one. Told my husband don’t care if we loose deposit.

Dave Loder

Unable to stay at park. My 30’ rig was too difficult to safely park in the space assigned. Very close quarters and small park.

Robert Laxson

Quiet little RV park, clean, and the hosts were nice. In the middle of town, within walking distance to many attractions.


Nice little place. Friendly host. Clean bathrooms and shower. Back-in only parking was a little tight coming directly off a small dirt road, otherwise I'd give 5 stars.

Brooke Jordan

No one was in the office and the phone number was disconnected so we were not able to check in. The park is also located inside a neighborhood with tiny streets which isn’t really discernible from the photos. You’re better off staying at one of the many state parks nearby. The views and prices are better.

Brandon Martinez

Very nice park. Easy parking, very quiet, good wifi. Lots of amenities near by including a free shooting range and a park for kids. One thing to note that has nothing to do with the rv park is that t-mobile has little to no service in the Pioche area

Matt Begert

I arrived late, after dark, and was welcomed nicely. Registration was easy, uncomplicated and efficient. It was a pleasant stay with pleasant people and service. I will stay there again.

Joseph Bequette

I enjoyed my stay. The restrooms are hardly used, so I had no problem using the shower. It is within walking distance to 2 places to eat, 3 bars, and a grocery store. Parking the RV was a little tight, but I had no problem.