Ely Koa

Ely, Nevada

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The Ely KOA proves there's more to Nevada than casinos and neon. It's where high desert meets the mountains of Great Basin National Park, with meadows, forests, wildflowers, streams and lakes - and the fascinating marble/limestone formations of Lehman Caves. Explore ghost towns left behind from the 19th-century silver rush. Ride the Ghost Train of Ely for a trip into the past. Recreation includes hiking and ATV trails, garnet hunting, fishing, boating and swimming on Cave Lake. Fishing supplies available at KOA. Enjoy a beautiful RV Site with a patio area, private lawn and LP gas grill. Or choose an extra-long pull thru. If primitive is your thing, you'll love the lush, grassy Tent Sites and Camping Kitchen. This campground has rustic comfy Cabins and a Deluxe Cabin - complete with a full bath, kitchenette and LP gas grill. Family fun includes a playground, nightly outdoor movies, scavenger hunts and ice cream socials. Two dog walk areas and on-site corrals keep your four-legged travel companions happy. Max pull thru: 90 feet.

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