Cold Springs RV Park

Address: 523 Hwy 50, Fallon, Nevada, 89406, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 523 Hwy 50, Fallon, is near Grimes Point and Lattin Farms.
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Travel Blogs from Fallon

Road trip is under way

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on May 24, 2015

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Fallon is a bit of a rough old town and the RV park is pretty average. But still get an alright sleep, even if there is a lot of road noise. To get from Breckenridge to the west coast we must travel 1,600ks, so it wont be done in 1 or 2 days. The mountain ranges help slow things down.
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Day 46: Comfort, Oregon, and Reno

A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Oct 16, 2014

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... It's a long drive to southern Nevada, and I'm on my own for the first time in three weeks! The drive out of Oregon took me south, and into California first. One awesome highlight was passing through Altamont, Oregon, just west of Klamath Falls. Altamont is home to an Oregon Air National Guard airfield, and it looked like they were running exercises above the town. As someone who grew up wanting to be a fighter pilot, I geeked out the entire drive ...

Departure, Fallon & The Loneliest Road!!!

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978 on Jun 09, 2014

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... and all this lonely road has to offer. There was white stuff all over the ground. And it’s NOT snow! Then I start seeing that people have taken roadside rocks and spelled out names and messages: RIP, I LOVE YOU, etc. I really wanted to get out and spell out 'MOM’. But it was insanely HOT and the highway doesn't give any room to pull over. Earthquake fault line parks are stopping points. Up ahead I see a huge truck in the ...

This was the Best Idea Ever

A travel blog entry by alixalollipop on Aug 17, 2013

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... a big problem in Idaho right now. We slept well through the warm night, and were even able to leave the screened back window of our tent unzipped, since behind us was a wall of rocks. The next morning we planned to do a hike, so we packed up our gear once more and drove up to the visitors' center. It was a long walk to the start of the first big trail around North Crater, however, and once we got there I didn't like the idea of setting out on a 4-mile hike in the baking ...

A Small Town Welcome

A travel blog entry by s2sslauren on May 29, 2010

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... but then she offered to trade her shirt for his. They both took off their shirts only to reveal that she was wearing nothing but a black tank top and claimed she didn't need a bra because she isn't very "booby" (FALSE!). Have to appreciate Scott for dealing with the crazy locals so gracefully.
Tomorrow begins our first century into Austin, NV. Not too sure about internet, but I will try to keep this as updated as possible!
(Also, still sick. Possibly developing a fever ...