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5/12
Inside the rustic Nipton shower building, dirt floors and all! The shower building (quonset hut) at NiptonThumbnailsPicnic table behind the Nipton campgroundThe shower building (quonset hut) at NiptonThumbnailsPicnic table behind the Nipton campgroundThe shower building (quonset hut) at NiptonThumbnailsPicnic table behind the Nipton campgroundThe shower building (quonset hut) at NiptonThumbnailsPicnic table behind the Nipton campgroundThe shower building (quonset hut) at NiptonThumbnailsPicnic table behind the Nipton campground

The dirt floors (or maybe I should say "sand floors") add a special character. Fortunately, there are wooden platforms outside the shower stalls so that you don't get your feet dirty after getting out of the shower.

These showers are free for campers and can be used by folks passing through for a small price (five dollars?). People staying in the bed-and-breakfast don't use these; they have their own facilities inside the hotel.