Address 1: 23 miles east of Gabbs, via State Route 844
Phone: (775) 964-2440
Open: Year Round
Number of Sites: 14
Camp URL: http://parks.nv.gov/bi.htm
Full Hook: Yes
Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park was first established in 1957 to protect and display North America’s most abundant concentration and largest known Ichthyosaur fossils at the time. The park also preserves the turn-of-the-20th century mining town of Berlin as well as the Diana Mine. The Ichthyosaur fossil area is a Registered Natural Landmark and the historic townsite is on the National Register of Historic Places. These national designations speak to the unique value of the resources preserved here.
Camping: 14 well-spaced units, some suitable for RVs to 25 ft, with fire ring, BBQ grill, covered table, drinking water (mid-April to October), and restrooms nearby. RV sanitary station is available.
Picnicking: Day-use picnic area with tables, grills, drinking water, and restrooms near Fossil Shelter.
Group Use: No formal group use area is available. Groups may use picnic area for day or overnight use with advanced reservations. To schedule group tours, please contact the park at the address or phone number shown.
Services: Local service information is posted in the park. Main services are provided in Gabbs, NV. No services are available at the town of Ione.