Illipah Reservoir campground is located at the base of the White Pine Range and includes reservoir popular for fishing. Elevation is 6,840 feet. Illipah is a popular spot to catch rainbow trout and brown trout throughout the year. Ice fishing is a popular activity during the winter. Exploring the nearby ghost town of Hamilton and the extensive road network are popular summer activities in the area. For more information about Hamilton and scenic driving in this area please contact the Humboldt/Toiyabe National Forest, Ely Ranger District.
Things to note: 14 campsites suitable for large trailers and RVs. Grills, picnic tables, and shade structures are available at most of the sites. Restrooms are available, but no potable water. Trash cans are provided. Restrictions: Hunting/shooting is not allowed within developed recreation sites.
How to get there: Illipah Reservoir is 37 miles west of Ely on Highway 50, turn at the sign for Illipah Reservoir and continue 1 mile to a road junction, turn left and continue 1.3 miles to the campground.