Camping

A view of the mountains near an asphalt road. The landscape next to the road has been severely burned.
Namaan Horn, Fire Information Officer / Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest

Over the weekend, more than 3,200 Nevadans got their first look at the damage caused by a wildfire that blackened one of Nevada's most popular recreation areas in the Ruby Mountains. KUNR's Danna O' Connor has more.

Mountainside Partners

The first new Lake Tahoe campground in more than 20 years was proposed last month, but not everyone is excited about it.

Located along the Tahoe Rim Trail, the 550-site Brockway Campground will devote 60 percent of sites to tent camping. The rest will be split between RVs and “eco-shelters,” which spokesperson Jessica Weaver [with developer Mountainside Partners] defines as “…a canvas tent on a platform, or a yurt, for basically those who prefer to sleep just above the ground.”