Camping in Nevada – Photo via Shutterstock Standard License Camping In Nevada: An RVer’s Paradise Of Natural Wonders & Old West History When people think of Nevada, Las Vegas comes to mind. Las Vegas is definitely an interesting place to visit with its huge casinos, extensive buffets, and Broadway productions, among other things to do there. However, that is not all the Silver State has to offer campers and RVers. Traveling through Nevada, one can find unique forests, amazingly vast desert landscapes, large lakes, and historic towns. Whether you are simply passing through on a road trip or heading to Burning Man, Nevada has a little bit of wonder and adventure for everyone. When is the best time to visit Nevada? The weather in Nevada varies depending on what part of the state you are in. Southern Nevada has mild winters with scorching summers. The northern parts of the state enjoy a cooler summer, but with that comes colder winters. Adding to the variable weather is 150 mountain ranges that include 1,787 named peaks. The changing elevations can result in drastic weather changes in a mere 40-minute drive. For example, many people escape the blistering heat of June in Las Vegas, with just a 35 to 40 minute drive up to Mt Charleston, where beautiful 80-degree camping weather awaits. Because of the climate variance, it is possible to plan a trip to Nevada year-round if you have specific places in mind. If you want to visit the vast desert […]