Conveniently, NDOT (Nevada Department of Transportation) stockpiles gravel about every ten miles or so along many of its highways. When adventuring in the Nevada outback, handy places to park the RV and go exploring with the tow or towed vehicle are needed by those so inclined to leave the paved road during our travels. With the lack of developed campgrounds in the lonelier parts of the state, these NDOT sites make great campsites too. They are off the highway, level, nicely graveled, conveniently spaced along the route, offer solitude after a long day on the road and priced right too! With mountain ranges crisscrossing the state, most offer great views as an added bonus. Oh, and unlike campgrounds that forbid you from doing a little maintenance on your rig, the pea gravel makes a suitable surface to crawl around under your RV when the leveling jacks need some adjustment. Did I mention your pet doesn’t need to be leashed either? Thanks NDOT for accommodating an adventurous RVer.
Follow Dave’s RV adventures as he travels the West in search of forgotten and unique places. For Dave, home is where you park it, the more remote the better!