Important Announcement as of May 14, 2020:
Currently, the park is at capacity and we are not able to take anymore visitors at this time. Day camping is also suspended until the Covid-19 concern has passed and closures related to the pandemic are lifted. Park expansion is underway and we will update the website when spots become available. To get up-to-date information, join our email list using the form below. Thank you for your patience.
Wellington Station Resort is situated on 30 acres, next to Hoye Canyon and the Toiyabe National Forest. The Walker River flows through the property year-round and the majority of campsites sit along the riverfront. Long term residents are a 55 and over community and we welcome people of all ages for short term stays, up to one month.
Our park is expanding
We are currently at capacity, but we are installing more hookups to accomodate short term stays. We will also have the ability for you to reserve your site here on the website. Please stay tuned, join our email list, or send us a message below! More info to come...
eat·er·y - /ˈēdərē/ - a restaurant or other place where people can be served food. [plural: eateries]
- Rosie's Restaurant - Classic Mexican | Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, full bar
- Hey Dey Inn - Rustic atmosphere | Varied Lunch & Dinner Menu, full bar, slots
- CG Bar - Authentic Cowboy Bar | Pizza every Thu-Sun, full bar & munchies, slots
- Buckboard General Store
Have a look around
The Walker River through the grounds all year round. Its water level tends to rise in the spring and peak during the summer months. The photos taken here show the river at its lowest point. Trout fishing is the best kept secret among the residents. West of the resort is the Hoye Canyon and open access to the Toiyabe National Forest. The favorable terrain makes it easy to enjoy a casual drive (no off road vehicle required) or a nice place for a scenic run.