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High Mountain Desert with Historic Cabin Rentals, 22 Full Hook-up RV Spaces & Camping surrounded by Nevada’s White Mountains/Boundary Peak and the Silver Peak Mountains.

Wagon Wheels RV Park

Welcome to Nevada’s Secret Little Oasis! Located in Fish Lake Valley, town of Dyer, in historic Esmeralda County, Nevada. Wagon Wheels RV Park can be your base camp for ghost towns, mining camps, fishing, hiking, star gazing, bird viewing, rock-hounding, mountain biking, hunting, OHV/ATV riding, or simply relax and enjoy the natural wildlife and mountain landscapes of our great valley.



Come join us at the Wagon Wheels RV Park – rated in the Top Ten RV Parks in Nevada where you can find your own kind of fun, adventure or just peaceful relaxation. For 20 years this has proven to be a family-friendly destination with a range of amenities and activities.

Wagon Wheels RV Park has become a home away from home for some, a family reunion destination for many and a destination for small to large groups to meet up and camp out under the stars.











Hiking & Exploring

Wildlife and Scenery

Great Basin Sump & Hot Springs


RV Space & Cabins

Museums & Ghost Towns

Events and Activities

Places to Eat /Drink

Around Us

Bremen Campground


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Phil Jonston

We stayed at the Wagon Wheels RV park for a wedding that was nearby. The owners were very accommodating and it was a blast! Would not hesitate to stay there again. The Museum is a MUST SEE!


Wally Mayfield

The attention to detail is amazing, the quality of the build is top notch, quiet comfortable cabins.


Laura Michelle Houle

We enjoyed an extended stay in our 27′ travel trailer. We had a spacious site with a beautiful shade tree overhead. A full hook up site was super convenient. The bathhouse was immaculate! The Esmeralda Market is right next door for groceries. We enjoyed exploring the area. There are countless back roads to drive or walk.


Bremen Campground

About Our Founders

Raised in Fish Lake Valley on the family farm, Linda Williams’ family moved here in the late 1950s becoming pioneers of sorts with just a two room cabin-dirt floors-no running water- no electricity, a dirt main road in and out of the valley and one single crank phone at the end of a 35 mile long valley.

It was this childhood adventure that offered the true pioneering experience. But it also taught the importance of being a steward of the land, surviving in an isolated and desolate mountain community and being the neighbor who help a neighbor whenever and however the need arose.

Years of family farming, collecting and preserving history and acquiring historical homesites led us to carve out a 5 acre piece of farmland and build an RV Park that would offer those desiring to enjoy the same mountain beauty, abundant wildlife, exploration adventures, historical experiences that we have for nearly 65 years. We look forward to sharing our experience and pioneer life with you.