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2500 Lakeview Drive, Sutcliffe, NV, 89510
Pyramid Lake is known as being North America's most beautiful prehistoric desert lake and home to many year round recreational activities.
Pyramid Lake Marina and RV Park is located near the iconic Nevada town of Reno, and is the perfect camping spot for anyone who loves great casino games, historic sites, activities and outdoor terrain. Plus, RVers at the park can expect warm days, cool nights and clear skies for stargazing and sunset/sunrise viewing.
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal members maintain residency within their ancestral homelands. The main reservation stretches about 70 to 80 miles northward, encompassing Pyramid Lake and several mountain ranges totaling 1.5 million acres. Paiutes named themselves according to the predominant diet found in their homeland, the Cui-ui being a fish species in Pyramid Lake found nowhere else in the world. Pyramid Lake Paiutes called themselves Cui-ui-dicatta, or Cui-ui eaters. Consider yourself a guest of the Cui-ui-dicatta.
Amenities and Activities
Travelers can expect a ton of great activities near the campground. Some traveler favorites include: canoeing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, fishing, and boating. Amenities at the park include: pull thrus, restrooms, showers, self-service coin-op laundry, beach access, marina, walking trails, 30 amp sites, water and sewerage, badminton, horseshoes, and picnic tables.
Visitors please note that the Park is dated and was created to welcome much smaller RV's than the giant RV's and "glampers" of today. During the hot summer months when campers want to run multiple air conditioning units and other appliances we run into problems. Please use the electrical system conservatively and with care. We advise you to bring a generator to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
Visitors can expect great local attractions such as:
- Grand Sierra Resort
- The Peppermill
- The Atlantis
- Mt. Rose
- The National Automobile Museum
- Greater Nevada Field
- Reno Air Racing Association
- The Discovery Museum
RVers at the park can take advantage of the inexpensive RV accommodations compared to nearby hotels.
Reserve early to hold your site. Hope to see you soon!
All RVers please call (775)-575-2185 the park is full at this time so please call first. Thank you.
Total Number of Sites: 44
Kayaking & Canoeing
Laundry Room, Showers & Restrooms
This amenity is for guests only, the door is to remain locked at all times for your safety. Upon check-in, a code will be provided to you. Absolutely no smoking in the building.
Our quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am.
RV Age Restriction
Recreational Vehicles must be fully self-contained and in a well maintained condition. Any RV older than 1990 must be inspected by the Park Manager for admittance. Evidence of RV insurance must be presented.
No parking on roads per Fire Marshall’s regulations. No parking in vacant sites.
We welcome your furry friends! Pets are to be kept quiet and on a leash at all times. Do not leave pets outside on a leash or in a pen while you are gone. There are vast areas outside the park area for walking and running your pets. Please clean up and dispose of pet waist at the Park.
Long-term stay is available but limited. RV sites are to be kept clean and uncluttered. Patio furniture, BBQ’s, propane tanks, and outdoor recreational toys like bikes and kayaks stored neatly are acceptable.
Tribal Law Enforcement Codes
Pursuant to the Tribal Code of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe any individual may be cited for committing the following offences: 11.8 Plant molesting and harm. No non-member may willfully or negligently pick, dig up, cut, mutilate, destroy, injure, disturb, move, molest, burn or carry away any tree, plant or portion thereof, including and not limited to foliage, flowers, berries, fruit, grass, turf, humus, or shrubs, and other flora and fauna. 11.9 Excavation or disturbing features of historical sites. No person while on the Reservation may knowingly and willfully excavate upon, destroy, injure or deface, and historic or pre-historic ruins, burial grounds, archaeological or paleontological site, or inscriptions on such sites, or remove any items or materials there from. 11.11 Property defacement. 11.11.1 No non-Tribal member may not disturb, destroy, remove, deface or injure any property on the reservation. 11.11.2 No person may cut, carve, paint, mark, paste or fasten on any trees, fence, wall, building, monument or other property on the reservation any mark, bill, advertisement or inscription without written permit from the tribal council. 11.12.3 No non-member may possess or discharge any weapon from which a projectile may be propelled by means of explosive, spring, gas, air or other force on the reservation.