A few months back, we took a look at some hidden gems that are located right here in Nevada. Because there are so many hidden gems located throughout the Silver State, it comes as no surprise we were able to find 12 more hidden gems to add to our
Now, let’s take a look at these 12 other hidden gems in Nevada. Some of them you may already know about, while others will have you asking yourself, “How did I not know about this place?”
1. The Martin Hotel - Winnemucca
Established in 1898, The Martin Hotel is one of Nevada's best Basque restaurants.
Founded in 1904, Rhyolite is Nevada's most visited ghost town.
3. International Car Forest of the Last Church - Goldfield
The International Car Forest of the Last Church features more than 40 automobiles that are stuck nose-down along a dirt road. This unique attraction is definitely art at its FINEST!
4. Secret Pizza - Las Vegas
Secret Pizza is located in an unmarked area inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel and has some of the BEST PIZZA in Las Vegas!
5. Pyramid Lake
Located in Washoe County, Pyramid Lake is a remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan and was once inhabited by the 19th-century Paiute Tribe.
6. Lamoille Canyon
Lamoille Canyon, located in the central portion of Elko County, is the largest valley in the Ruby Mountains.
7. Mizpah Hotel - Tonopah
The Mizpah Hotel is a historic hotel in Tonopah, Nevada. Until 1929, at five stories tall, the Mizpah Hotel was Nevada's tallest building.
8. Lion Habitat Ranch - Henderson
The Lion Habitat Ranch features about 40 lions on an 8.5-acre ranch that's approximately 12 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. This ranch is the home of the lions that were previously at MGM Lion Habitat.
9. Wolf Creek Golf Club - Mesquite
Wolf Creek Golf Club is one of the most breathtaking golf courses in the world, and it strives to give the ultimate golf experience to each and every one of its guests. Many major golf publications have ranked Wolf Creek Golf Club as one of the best public courses in the country.
10. St. Thomas, Nevada
St. Thomas, Nevada was founded in 1865 as a Mormon settlement. For nearly a century, the waters of Lake Mead submerged the town, and it's recently reemerged because of Nevada's ongoing drought. St. Thomas is located approximately 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
11. U.S. Route 50 - The Loneliest Road in America
U.S. Route 50 stretches for more than 3,000 miles and is truly one of the most beautiful and interesting drives you’ll ever take.
12. Pioneer Saloon - Goodsprings
The Pioneer Saloon opened in 1913 and is one of the oldest saloons in Nevada. This historic saloon features a memorial room with a collection of photos from several celebrity visitors.
Have you visited any of these hidden gems? Are there any other hidden gems in Nevada you would recommend visiting? If so, please share them with us in the comments below!