Great Basin National Park – Information

The Great Basin National Park may look like a wasteland on first impressions, but first impressions can be wrong. This diverse region is surprisingly bursting with life. The park, majestically shadowed by the impressive (and at 13,063 feet – pretty enormous) Wheeler Peak can offer visitors the solitude found in the desert, the perfect place to watch the stars in the darkest skies, the beautiful Lehman Caves to explore plus a whole lot more. A visit to the Great Basin National Park is a must for hikers, bikers, campers, tourers, wildlife watchers, history buffs . . . there’s something at the park to interest everyone.

Directions to Great Basin National Park – a few ideas on how you can travel to the park.

Great Basin National Park Operating Hours & Seasons – some tips on the best time of year to visit, and what to expect when you get there.

Great Basin National Park Fees & Reservations – whenever you’re planning any sort of trip you need to know how much it’s gonna’ cost you. It’s called budgeting – I know, most times my budget only lasts for a couple of days but at least you’ve got to try. You need to know how much it costs to enter the park and whether you need to make any advance reservations.

Geology of Great Basin National Park – a little background knowledge of the history of the park will not only help you to enjoy your visit even more, it’ll also help to impress your family or friends.

See what’s waiting for you. I bet you can’t wait to get there.