Bob Scott Campground

 

Campground Type
Forest Service / BLM

Location:
Nevada

Campground Details

Open: Seasonal
Number of Sites: 9

About: In an open setting with pinyon-juniper forest at Bob Scott Summit. Hunting for deer and elk in season. Only the group site is reservable by calling the Austin Ranger District office at (775) 964-2671

Fees: $10/night single, $25/group site (2011)

Usage: Heavy

Water: Potable Water

Restrooms: Flush, Vault Toilet

Directions: Follow US 50 East to approximately six miles east of Austin off the Bob Scott Summit.
 

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Nice Campground in Remote Central Nevada

Bob Scott Campground is on the pass above Austin Nevada. It's a pretty standard Forest Service CG but is usually clean and quiet due to its remote location. I had unusually good cell coverage here (3g verizon) as there must be a tower on the pass. The coverage here is much better than even in Austin. A worthwhile place to stop for the night.
DirtyDog
DirtyDog
Jun 01, 2012



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