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All reviews ghost town old cars colorado river an hour general store gold mine down the road interesting things walk around take pictures old school enjoyed our visit most places the barn this place is amazing highly recommend a visit bullet holes
In this part of Nevada this a must see on my list. This is an awesome little ghost town filled with history and wonderful things to explore and see. They have mine tours and kayak and canoe rentals. They do ask for you to check...More
We came here because our kayak tour guide mentioned it to us. This town does have life. This is more of an outdoor museum. there is definitely an abandoned mine on site. Time does stand still here with all the cool old cars , buildings,...More
It is a little difficult to describe this place, It is kind of a blend of replicas of old west buildings with a junk yard, with someone having fun with old vehicles. Our party of six had mixed reviews: some were impressed with the old...More
This is probably one of my most fun treks outside Vegas. Close enough to drive but far enough to give you the feeling of something new. I have always been fascinated with Ghost Towns so the proximity made this an easy decision. What I didn't...More
We were in Vegas in the dead of Summer, so I decided to head out here at 8am, when it was a cool 95. It's a nice drive in the morning, nary a car on the road.
Actually, there was some sort of shoot going...More
Gold Mine tour is terrifically interesting, fun, friendly & humorous. Family members give the tours and that adds a special factor that makes this extra nifty with their loads of knowledge on the history of the area and this location specifically. You'll learn about gold...More
It's a simple drive from Las Vegas a journey to the Wild West! Great back drop for photos. There is s tour of a gold mine called Eldorado Canyon mine. We took it and the guide Shawna grow up there. She gives a lot of...More
From Boulder City we drove down Highway 95 south and turned left onto Highway 165. After climbing in elevation for several miles we descended into the canyon area, through the tiny town of Nelson and about a mile later there it was the old Techatticup...More
Response from scattybitsh02 | Reviewed this property |
I paid in cash because it was only $30 for 2 of us. I'm sure they would take credit or debit cards as some parties are quite large and they have a gift shop where prices vary. Maybe you could call ahead and make sure.
I honestly can say that I did not see any dogs walking around. But I don’t see what the problem would be the only thing is you might not be able to take it into the store if you browse around in there. But it won’t take you... More
I honestly can say that I did not see any dogs walking around. But I don’t see what the problem would be the only thing is you might not be able to take it into the store if you browse around in there. But it won’t take you long to browse in there there’s more to see outside walking around and in the store