Way Off Grid in Northern Nevada Near Jarbidge

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Status – OPEN

We’ve been here in-person, but it might have been a while. To our knowledge, this spot is currently open and accessible, but that can easily change, so always have a back-up plan!

Description

Discover an extraordinary primitive campsite tucked away along a forest road in northern Nevada, nestled within the breathtaking landscapes of Humboldt National Forest. This remote site boasts a grassy clearing beside a mountain stream, surrounded by rolling hills adorned with groves of trees and scattered otherworldly rock formations.

Accessing this secluded gem requires a water-crossing and a capable four-wheel drive vehicle, ensuring unparalleled privacy and serenity. While there's no designated fire ring, the natural beauty of the surroundings more than compensates for it.

Explore the abundance of forest roads in the area, but be prepared as the nearest gas station may be quite a distance away. It's advisable to bring extra fuel for your journey. With enough room for a few vehicles and no cell service, this campsite offers an uninterrupted connection with nature.

Enjoy a clear view of the sky, perfect for reliable satellite connectivity, making it an ideal spot for unplugging and unwinding. Strongly recommended for adventurers seeking a remote and unforgettable camping experience in the rugged wilderness of Humboldt National Forest.

Always tread lightly, leave no trace, respect the wishes of landowners, and leave campsites cleaner than you found them. Be the very best steward of our public spaces that you can possibly be so that they remain public.

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