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Pine Grove

One of the many things that makes Nevada unique is its abundance of ghost towns. From the 1860s to the 1910s, hundreds of camps and towns sprung up to accommodate the influx of people hoping to strike...

Sandy Valley Ranch

Sandy Valley is a sleepy little hamlet on the Nevada-California border of Clark County. About 2,000 people live in the unincorporated community about 45 minutes from Las Vegas. Sandy Valley isn’t on any major routes. It’s not...

Cowboy Trail Rides

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, but it feels like a world away. This part of the Mojave Desert features a dramatic landscape of sandstone cliffs, limestone peaks, and...
Tucked in the northwestern corner of Nevada is a vast, rugged landscape where equestrians will find wildness, solitude, and good riding as far as the eye can see. Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge is 900 square miles...
If you’re looking to squeeze in a mountain getaway before it gets too cold then look to White Pine County. Sacramento Pass Recreation Area is a Bureau of Land Management equestrian campground just off Highway 50 that offers scenic...

The Iveson Ranch

Each year, tens of thousands of people descend on the Black Rock Desert north of Reno for Burning Man. The world-famous event is a celebration of artistic expression and radical self-reliance that attracts visitors from around the world. The...
Nevada State Parks is growing and its newest property is being developed with equestrians in mind. The new Walker River State Recreation Area is made up of four separate historic ranch properties, totaling 12,700 acres across Lyon and Mineral counties....

The Martin Ranch

As the summer heats up you might find yourself dreaming of cooler temperatures up in the mountains. As luck would have it, there is a new guest ranch in Nevada that is ready to welcome you and your horse....

Steven’s Camp

During the mass overland migration of the 19th century, hundreds of thousands of settlers traveled on wagon trail routes to reach California and Oregon. The journey west was long and arduous, especially through Nevada’s rugged desert country. Many of...

Gold Point

For a ghost town, Gold Point is surprisingly alive. This tiny town in Esmeralda County only boasts about nine year-round residents, but it sees about 12,000 visitors each year! Gold Point is one of many mining towns that came...
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