Angel Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
12 miles southwest of Wells on NV 231Nevada
Open: Open from late Jun through Sep 15
Number of Sites: 26
About: Elevation 8,500 feet. 26 camping sites, including 1 double site, and 11 day use picnic sites in subalpine dwarf aspen forest area. The campground is next to Angel Lake, and flanked by glacial cirques. Non motorized boating (canoeing) in Angel Lake, and fishing for rainbow, brook, and tiger trout. The Smith Lake Trailhead accesses the northern part of the East Humboldt Wilderness from campground, and another trailhead from just southeast of the campground heads south, to Winchell Lake. Wilderness trails are for hiking or horseback riding only. Wildlife includes bighorn sheep, mountain goats, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope. Route is Angel Lake Road State Scenic Byway.
Fees: $14/Night for single unit, $22/Night for double unit, $5/Night for extra vehicle (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: 12 miles southwest of Wells on NV 231
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