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Reserved blocks have been made at the following two hotels (they are next to each other)

 

Red Lion Hotel & Casino

Name of Block: Eriogonum Society

Stay dates: Thursday, June 24th – Sunday, June 27th 2021 – 3 nights

Room types/Rates: Premium Kings & Premium Two Queens – $89.00 + 14% occupancy tax

Cut-off Date: Friday, June 5th 2021 – any rooms picked up on or after this date will be subject to availability

To make reservations direct at the property, please call 775-738-2111 and simply ask for the ‘Eriogonum Society Block'.

 

High Desert

Name of Block: Eriogonum Society

Stay dates: Thursday, June 24th – Sunday, June 27th 2021 – 3 nights

Room types/Rates: Executive Kings & Executive Two Queens– $89.00 + 14% occupancy tax

Cut-off Date: Friday, June 5th 2021 – any rooms picked up on or after this date will be subject to availability

To make reservations direct at the property, please call 775-738-8425 and simply ask for the ‘Eriogonum Society Block'.

 

 

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Camping Options:

 

US Forest Service

Thomas Canyon Campground is located in northeast Nevada, 30 miles southeast of Elko in scenic Lamoille Canyon, surrounded by aspen and cottonwood trees along Lamoille Creek, elevation 7,600 feet. Fishing for rainbow and brook trout is popular on the creek. Thomas Canyon Trail begins at the campground, leading past several waterfalls, through an alpine meadow into a glacial cirque.

 

Reservations: In the Summer can be reserved by calling 1-877-444-6777 (International 518-885-3639 or TDD 877-833-6777) or on-line at Recreation.gov.

Area Amenities: Tent camping, Camping trailer, Picnic tables, Vault Toilets, Drinking water

Fees: $17/Night for single unit and $32/Night for double unit. $5/Night for extra vehicle. DURING the reservation season.

 

Nevada State Parks

South Fork State Recreation Area (16 miles southwest of Elko) boasts flourishing meadows and rolling hills filled with northeastern Nevada wildlife. Sightings of mule deer, badgers, beavers and kit foxes are a common sight. With the Ruby Mountains as a backdrop, visitors easily and eagerly enjoy hunting, boating, swimming and fishing. The expansive reservoir holds an abundant cache of catfish, bass and trophy size trout. A variety of waterfowl grace the lake, including ducks and geese. 

 

Reservations: Individual campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis. Group campsites can be reserved for use by contacting the park.

Area Amenities: Facilities include campsite tables, grills and a flush restroom with showers. Boat launch and fishing in the reservoir.

Fees: $15/Night for single unit 

 

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