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Approaching the tiny town of Nipton, California, population 20, with the Castle Peaks in the background

Approaching the tiny town of Nipton, California, population 20, with the Castle Peaks in the background I pass an old corral on Nipton-Desert RoadThumbnailsI take a break at the Nipton general store for chips and iced tea, and I fill my water supply to the maxI pass an old corral on Nipton-Desert RoadThumbnailsI take a break at the Nipton general store for chips and iced tea, and I fill my water supply to the maxI pass an old corral on Nipton-Desert RoadThumbnailsI take a break at the Nipton general store for chips and iced tea, and I fill my water supply to the maxI pass an old corral on Nipton-Desert RoadThumbnailsI take a break at the Nipton general store for chips and iced tea, and I fill my water supply to the maxI pass an old corral on Nipton-Desert RoadThumbnailsI take a break at the Nipton general store for chips and iced tea, and I fill my water supply to the max

I always look forward to stopping at Nipton, and I sometimes camp here also. It's one of the few places around where a camper can get a much-needed shower!