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You won’t find much traffic as you drive over the mountain passes and across the sagebrush-covered valleys of Nevada’s north central region. In fact, U.S. 50 from Fernley to Ely is..
Eureka prides itself on being “The Friendliest Town on the Loneliest Road.” Built in 1880, and restored in 1993, the Eureka Opera House is the main attraction. Once home to silent..
At the eastern end of U.S. Highway 50 in Nevada is the bustling town of Ely. What started as only a post office and stagecoach station grew rapidly with the discovery of copper in 1906. As..
Fallon is located in the Lahontan Valley, about 60 miles east of Reno, and near the Stillwater Wildlife Refuge, part of the Pacific Flyway and home to hundreds of species of migratory..
If you’re traveling along U.S. Highway 50, “The Loneliest Road in America,” a must-see stop is Austin, almost exactly in the center of the state. Highway 50 received its ominous..
Baker is on the eastern border of Nevada and is the gateway to Great Basin National Park, the only national park entirely within the state of Nevada. Great Basin boasts one of highest..
History buffs and lovers of all things Old West will find a wealth of intriguing relics from the past in Dayton. Prospectors and settlers were drawn to the fertile valley, located east of..
Established primarily as a ranching and agricultural community in the early 1900s, Fernley offers the best of rural living with big city amenities just 30 minutes away. The friendly town is..
The quiet nature of the small community of Silver Springs, situated east of Lake Lahontan and bordered by the Virginia-Ramsey mountain range and the Carson River, belies its active history...
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