We're located in Spring Creek, NV - just outside of Elko. Elko is right off of Hwy 80 halfway between Reno and Salt Lake City.
We have a large field - approx. 4 flat acres. There is a possibility of difficult access if there is snow on the ground.
There is plenty of room for tow vehicle to park next to your rig.
We head south for the winter (November thru April) but otherwise we're usually around.
We're 10 miles from Lamoille Canyon - a beautiful hiking and picnic area. There is also the Ruby Mountain Ballon Festival the last weekend in September - they launch from a field directly below our house. Elko has their National Cowboy Poetry Gathering the last week in January.
Thanks to our hosts for a great stay. Their place is a large grassy field which was easy to drive our trailer on. We enjoyed their company and warm welcome. The view is stunning toward the Ruby Mountains. Our pups took advantage of the fenced in patio area to stretch while we set up the trailer. We hope to be back again and explore the nearby mountains.
We stopped off here on the way to and from California/Oregon. Our host was super great with directions (get them from her, not your map app), and very welcoming. The site off their driveway has killer views of the Ruby Mtns, and super easy for my trailer to pull in to. My dog Zoey loved playing fetch in the adjacent pasture. Really a perfect stop off....
We had a very nice visit with Dicsan; we spent a lot of time visiting and talking, it felt like staying with family. We hope to see them again if they make it out our way, or if we can meet up in the southwest. They have a great location and views, and plenty of room. There's good biking in the neighborhood, and various interesting day trips available that they'll tell you all about.
We contacted Dick and Sandy to know if can meet them but they already left their home for Arizona but they offered us to meet them at the place they stay near Quartzsite. We finally met them there and they were really nice and helpful. We were pleased to meet them.
We stayed with "Dicsan" for one evening on our way home from a cross-country trip adventure. Dicsan was very quick at responding to emails and texts, and providing detailed directions on how to get to their house. She was waiting at the end of the driveway, to show us where to park our rig. We enjoyed getting to know them over hors d'oeuvres and dinner. They definitely went above and beyond our expectations of just having a place to park our rig for the evening. Thank you for a nice layover, Dicsan!
What a view of the Ruby Mountains, we were parked in a nice level field behind the house. Spent time with Sandy sharing wine and stories. We were invited to spend as much time as we wanted. Hope to return the great welcome if you are ever out our way.
Stayed with Dick and Sandy recently on my way through Nevada to East Coast. They were great hosts and the site is level with a great view of Ruby Mountains. We shared some wine and stories from the road!
We had a great time staying with Dick and Sandy. They went out of their way to collect local tourist information for us, make us feel comfortable, and even invited us to their big, delicious, homemade breakfast after the Ruby Mountain Balloon Festival. Their property is spacious, level, and has fantastic views. Thanks, Dicsan!
A fun couple! Really sweet dog.
And they have GREAT taste in pizza! ;-) And know where all the best sites are in the area.
Oh, and the parking was perfect, lots of space, and very flat!