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Upper Lehman Creek Campground

Great Basin National Park

Eastern Nevada, Nevada

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  • Lehman Creek flows lazily through the campground.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • Site 2 is ADA accessible.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • Several sites have gravel driveways that are suitable for RV parking.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • There is one site with a pair of picnic tables.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • Look and listen for robins, woodpeckers, nuthatches, and chickadees while hanging around in camp.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • Impressively clean vault toilets come with a view.- Upper Lehman Creek Campground
  • - Upper Lehman Creek Campground
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Beautiful setting. Creekside campsites.
Cons: 
Water only available in summer. No reservations.
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Region:
Eastern Nevada, NV
Managed by: 
National Park Service
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Summer
Reservations possible: 
No
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Of the two campgrounds on Lehman Creek in Great Basin National Park, Upper Lehman is the prettiest, though Lower Lehman may be more convenient because it is open year round. From Upper Lehman's topmost loop you'll have beautiful views of the high mountains near Wheeler Peak. Lehman Creek winds through the campground, providing soothing background noise for several sites. The vault toilets are bright, clean and spacious. Individual campsites offer varying degrees of privacy, and many large trees throughout the campground provide shelter from the elements.

The Lehman Creek Trailhead is right in the campground, so it's a great base camp for hiking in the park. Campsites near the entrance are the easiest for RVs to access, while sites on the upper loop are more suitable for tent campers. 

While the campground is typically open from mid-April to October, potable water is only provided in summer. Camp fees are reduced to $6 per night when water is not available.

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