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Walker River SRA - Park Rules

  • Campsite Check-in starts: 2 p.m. / Check-out by: 11 a.m.
  • No motorized vehicles on the Nature Trail or other trails marked for pedestrian, equestrian, bicycles, or other specific uses. 
  • All motor vehicles shall only operate and park on existing roads and areas intended for parking.
  • OHV must remain on and use existing designated, established, and maintained roads. Must adhere to all motor vehicle laws while in operation within the Park. Recreational OHV operation must occur outside the park boundaries.Walker River State Recreation Area does not have a designated recreational OHV area or “OHV play park”, but will allow OHV as a mode of transportation on existing roads established, designed, and maintained intended to support motor vehicles.
  • Camping is allowed in established and designated campsites only. Special permission may be granted to camp in other specified locations (such as a Day Use area or other location) with approval from Park Supervisor or Park Management, through special use permit application process or specific granted requests.
  • No equestrian or motor vehicle operation on Eagle’s Roost trails. These trails are designed for pedestrian and bicycle traffic only.
  • Rafter 7 and Flying M are not yet open for public access, unless use and access is granted by special request and approved by Park Supervisor or Management.
  • Flying M airport and other dirt air strips are not open for general use. Aircraft may land and take off in emergency situations or by expressed permission from Park Supervisor or Park Management for a purpose to benefit the park.
  • Currently, hunting only allowed on both sides of the river south of the cabins at Pitchfork. Other hunting zones are currently being planned out to open new areas currently closed. Any hunting will, in all hunt zones, be by Archery and Shotgun only. No Target shooting within the State Park boundaries. 
  • No fires except in designated Park provided fire-rings, BBQ pits, or special permission granted by Park Supervisor or Park Management.  All fires must be enclosed in a metal enclosure and determined suitable and safe by Park Supervisor or Park Management.
  • Firewood collection and chainsaw use is only allowed with a valid wood permit issued by Park Supervisor.
  • The use of drones or any remote controlled aircraft is not allowed. Visit B4UFLY for more info.
  • View Chapter 407 of the Nevada Administrative Code for Nevada State Parks Regulations.