Veteran owned and operated


sunrise valley rv park

Adventure Tourism Destination

SINCE 1989
P.O. Box 345 US Highway 95    Mina, Nevada 89422
(775) 573-2214

Open  MARCH 14.  thru OCTOBER 25

Adventure tourism involves exploration or travel to remote areas, where the traveler should expect the unexpected. Adventure tourism is rapidly growing in popularity as tourists seek unusual holidays, different from the typical beach vacation.

There are numerous roads leading to a number of old mining sites and can be accessed by riding your ATV from your campsite in our RV Park. Visit the RV Office and view the ATV riding areas of interest or visit Google Earth for terrain viewing of Sunrise Valley RV park and surrounding area. The Nevada Atlas and the new Mina OHV Trails book is on sale at the RV office or bring maps for visiting some very beautiful scenery and enjoy riding in the higher elevations.

Our sites are long and wide and can accommodate your RV, transport trailer, etc with room to park your ATVs when not in use.

Mina is a great place to ride. There is a RV campground called Sunrise Valley at the south end of town.
They have full hook-ups, showers, laundry for about 30 dollars.
You can ride your ATVs right from camp in all directions. There are great mining camps, views, lots of springs in this area. You really can put on the miles or just a few and see the sights.

My son and I last year rode from camp to the Elbow, which is near Brideport, Cal.
This turned out to be a 155 miles in one day. What an awesome ride, over three mountain passes, through farmland, some snow, pinion pines, water crossing, rattlesnake canyon, and back to camp for a hot shower.

Please add this great place to your riding list.
Mina is on HWY 95 34 miles south of Hawthorne. You won't regret it.

Ride safe. . . Steve

Reserve your adventure now!

ATV Area Maps Are Available
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Sunrise Valley RV park.

Since 1989

Campground delightfully hosted by
Chuck Frost & Wendy Page