Great Basin Dog Policy
Great Basin National Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly
Based around Nevada's second tallest mountain, Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park contains 5,000-year-old bristlecone pines, a rock glacier, and the limestone Lehman Caves. Due to its remote location, the park has some of the country's darkest night skies. Wildlife includes the Townsend's big-eared bat, pronghorn, and Bonneville cutthroat trout.
Great Basin National Park is somewhat dog friendly. There are only two trails dogs are allowed on, but dogs are allowed in the campgrounds and along roads.
Dogs are not allowed on most trails at Great Basin National Park.
The only trails dogs are allowed on are:
- The Lexington Arch Trail (the trailhead requires a high clearance 4x4 vehicle)
- The trail between Baker and the Visitor Center
Dogs are allowed in front-country campgrounds, as long as they're kept on 6' leashes. Dogs may not be left unattended at campsites.
|Campground||Dogs Allowed?||# Dog Friendly Sites||Equipment|
|Baker Creek Campground||Yes||Info|
|Grey Cliffs Campground||Yes||16||Tent||Reservations/Info|
|Lower Lehman Campground||Yes||11||RV, Tent, Trailer||Reservations/Info|
|Snake Creek Primitive Campgrounds||Yes||Info|
|Upper Lehman Campground||Yes||23||RV, Tent, Trailer, Vehicle||Reservations/Info|
|Wheeler Peak Campground||Yes||36||Car, RV, Tent, Trailer||Reservations/Info|
|Campground details from Recreation.gov|
Location & Map
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