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6 Campervan Campgrounds Near Cathedral Gorge State Park

Cathedral Gorge State Park is the crown jewel of eastern Nevada. Rainwater erosion in the Meadow Valley Wash made the park as we know it today!

While you might not think there is much to enjoy in the eastern part of the silver state, you’d be surprised! There is more to Nevada than just Las Vegas! Believe it or not, there are 27 Nevada State Parks for you to enjoy.

Southeastern Nevada should be on the bucket list of every campervan camper, photographer, and adventurer looking to take in some incredible spires and hiking trails! Make sure to note that while the normal entrance fee to Cathedral Gorge State Park is $5, all non-Nevada vehicles will be charged $10.

There isn’t an abundance of campsites and RV parks in the eastern half of Nevada, but here are 6 great options for your visit to Cathedral Gorge State Park!

Pioche RV Park

If you want to immerse yourself in the Nevada desert experience, consider parking your camper in a ghost town! With full hookups and wifi, as well as a dump station, you’ll be able to relax in the evenings and explore the town in your free time.

Located just north of Cathedral Gorge National Park in the town of Pioche, Nevada, you’ll find a welcoming RV park in seemingly nowhere. Short of getting a hotel in Panaca, Nevada, this is the closest place to park your campervan.

rock formations at Cathedral Gorge at sunset