Great Basin Updates
Blog 1, 2021
Great Basin National Park Camping
Summer is almost here! Many of us are ready for some needed time in the wild. Whether you seek adventure or contemplation and respite from your busy life, camping at Great Basin National Park offers an awesome vacation. This year, campers will be eager to know that reservations at three campgrounds are now entirely online.

Read on to learn about the Park's new campground and cave tour reservations system and what to expect when visiting the Park this year.
New this year- Most Campground Reservations are entirely ONLINE
This summer you can reserve spots at Lower Lehman Campground, Upper Lehman Campground, and Grey Cliffs Campground. Reservations at these campgrounds can be booked at or click the button below.

The Baker Creek campground is not on the reservation system and remains first come first served, a great option for those last-minute vacation plans!

The newly designed Lehman Caves Visitor Center has many 3-D sculpted displays, including a tunnel that feels like you are walking through a cave with sound effects like dripping water and chirping bats. The newly constructed Astronomy Amphitheater pictured below is one of the first of its kind in the National Park Service.
Great Basin Guardians
Great Basin National Park Foundation fosters people’s connection to Great Basin, so its wonder is preserved, enhanced, and protected for future generations. In tandem with the National Park Service, we develop forward-thinking advocacy, dynamic educational programs, and innovative initiatives that enhance the visitor experience and create deeper bonds between people, the Park, and the entire Great Basin area.
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