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Cabin Rooms

and Container Pod Accommodations 

Iveson Ranch offers private cabin rooms and containers with comfortable beds. Our rooms are beautifully decorated to match the ranch's classic western style. $125 nightly


Camping in Gerlach

Iveson Ranch is a scenic 320-acre wildlife preserve. For a more primitive experience, camp anywhere on the ranch.  If you're more comfortable with a few more modern amenities, place your tent in the ranch house campground. $35 nightly (2ppl)  

RV Park in Gerlach, NV

Campers, trailers, 5th wheels, and motorhomes of all sizes are welcome to camp with us. We may not offer RV hookups, but we got a spot for you close to our full-service dump station or in a more secluded part of the ranch.



Iveson Ranch lodging includes your bedding and fresh towels, each room and container have their own restroom with a fresh well-water shower. Our campground guests, tailgaters, and RV's will enjoy our 2 clean restrooms both with a hot well-water shower. Ice is also available for our guests.

The Iveson Ranch Wildlife Preserve

Things to do around Gerlach Nevada

Burning Man

Held on the Playa in Gerlach, Burning Man is an event focused on community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance.


Gerlach is one of the primary gateways in the state to excellent hunting grounds. Get more information on the Nevada Department of Wildlife site.


Surrounded by public lands, the possibilities are endless. You can take an ATV from town and explore in just about any direction.

Go Exploring

The Black Rock Desert and 10 wilderness areas are right here. Make sure you are prepared before you head out. It’s big country out there. Learn more on the Friends of Black Rock website, which also contains safety information for travelers in the region.

Guru Road

In the 1970s, a man named DeWayne Williams created a mile-long desert art installation. Guru Road is a landmark in the area.


Planet X

Is art your thing? Then head 14 miles up the road to Planet X Pottery where you’ll discover a world of one-of-a-kind quality pottery and paintings.

Hot Springs

Popular in the 70’s, Gerlach Hot Springs (Great Boiling Spring) is still listed on some maps.  The springs in town are now on private property. There are a few other springs within an easy drive depending on the season.

Rock Hunting and Collecting

Black Rock Desert is a paradise for rockhounding. More information on rockhounding in the area can be yours when you visit the Friends of Black Rock High Rock. They also have maps and geology books. 320 Main St. Gerlach.

Fly Geyser on the Burning Man Fly Ranch

People from around the world inquire about the uniquely fabulous Fly Geyser. The Geyser is owned by The Burning Man Project and is on private property.

If you are interested in visiting, Friends of Black Rock High Rock in partnership with Burning Man operate walking nature tours on a limited basis.

Fly Geyser is private property.  No Trespassing signs are posted.
Friends of Black Rock-High Rock DOES NOT have open access to Fly Geyser.

For more information about the geyser visit

For more information about walking tours visit this page:


In Town

Bruno’s Cafe/Bar is a hub for locals, temporary residents (think Burning Man season – yes, it is known as a “season” here), as well as hunters during hunting season, and other groups. It’s a place to enjoy hearty American café cuisine, get the local news, and get a feel for the town with historic pictures and game trophies adorning the walls.

Joe’s offers late-night fun for the hearty. Double the fun if the timing is right. Historic and cozy Miner’s Club is a longtime landmark.\

The Gerlach Water Tower Park offers a shady respite for a break in your journey.

Take a walk around town. See the vintage trailer from the Drew Barrymore film “Far From Home” or the motel where several scenes were filmed.

Full RV dump station and fresh well water to fill your unit with
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