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The small campground at Nipton, with New York Mountains in the background, is almost empty tonight, which suits me just fine I reach Nipton around 17h15 and check in at the general store for a tent-camping siteThumbnailsAfter setting up camp, I sit down with a couple of cold beers from the store, enjoy the sunset and listen to the passing trainsI reach Nipton around 17h15 and check in at the general store for a tent-camping siteThumbnailsAfter setting up camp, I sit down with a couple of cold beers from the store, enjoy the sunset and listen to the passing trainsI reach Nipton around 17h15 and check in at the general store for a tent-camping siteThumbnailsAfter setting up camp, I sit down with a couple of cold beers from the store, enjoy the sunset and listen to the passing trainsI reach Nipton around 17h15 and check in at the general store for a tent-camping siteThumbnailsAfter setting up camp, I sit down with a couple of cold beers from the store, enjoy the sunset and listen to the passing trainsI reach Nipton around 17h15 and check in at the general store for a tent-camping siteThumbnailsAfter setting up camp, I sit down with a couple of cold beers from the store, enjoy the sunset and listen to the passing trains

Nipton offers a few canvas-walled "tent cabins," seen here in the background, in addition to their restored bed-and-breakfast house and a handful of tent and RV sites.