Tonopah Stargazing Park | Wild Camping

United States

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Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
1906.9 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
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Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Turn on the road next to the 76 gas station, across from the family dollar. Drive past where the pavement ends, up a short dirt road. There is a fenced in area with picnic tables and star gazing benches. Great cell phone service and plenty of flat spots.

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spent a quiet night here, no problems,great spot.

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Really good place to stop for a few days. Wehave a 36ft tt and had no problem pulling in and out. If you go up over a little hill you can have more options to stay. It was very quiet, no bugs, it wasn't windy when we were there. There is a lot of old trash and broken glass out from where we were but not an eyesore. internet was great and could do zoom sessions with no problem. We would stay here again.

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second time sleeping here. feels safe, quiet, great Verizon signal. windy but not bothersome. no shade during day.

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Same description. Lots of places 360 degres view, quiet place…

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Not a bad spot, just off highway, close to grocery store and dollar store, decent Verizon signal. The truck stop lights make the star gazing pretty awful but otherwise this spot is ok….

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Quiet location with full streaming Verizon service.

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The sports complex closer to the raid was better for my Class C and Toad. The lights from the Texaco flood the area now, stat gazing was greatly inhibited. :-(

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Parked behind the fence. It was quiet and felt safe. No issues.

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quiet and secluded with great views of nearby mountains - gas / store / water refill nearby

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This is a great spot! Turn right after the 76 station (there is a sign) and drive up the hill. The park is a completely fenced in little square with benches and picnic tables (makes a great little dog park!) You can park by the park or even further up the hill. Just down the street is a coffee shop that has breakfast sandwiches, a grocery store, and a dollar store. No toilets and only sage bushes for privacy but we only saw 2 other people camping and there was plenty of space to spread out. The park does have a big garbage can as well. My only complaint is that there is a lot of trash. We filled an entire garbage bag of beer bottles, plastic bags, and random stuff.

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I saw a No Overnight Parking sign in the lot behind the Baseball field which is very close to these coordinates. Maybe it’s because it’s still on school property? Idk. Didn’t stay. Felt weird staying so close to a school during the academic year.

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Turn on the road next to the 76 gas station, across from the family dollar. Drive past where the pavement ends, up a short dirt road. There is a fenced in area with picnic tables and star gazing benches. Great cell phone service and plenty of flat spots.

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