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You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Experienced This One Incredible Park in Nevada

Cave Lake State Park is a lovely gem of a park located in central Eastern Nevada. It’s not as widely known as some of the state’s other parks but its visitors each year are enthusiastic about its charms.


The park has a day use fee. To reach Cave Lake State Park, from the south (Las Vegas) take I-15 North to the US-93 North/Great Basin Highway toward Pioche Ely. Take the NV-318/NV-375 North to the US-6 East. Turn onto the US-50 East/US-6 East/US-93 South/Great Basin Boulevard and make a left onto State Highway 486. Then take a right onto NF-573 to reach the park. From the West (Reno) take the I-80 East to the US-95 Alt/US-50 Alt (East Fernley) and continue on the US-50 East. Turn onto the US-50 East/US-93 South/Great Basin Boulevard and then make a left onto State Highway 486. Then take a right onto NF-573 to reach the park.

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Mychelle Blake
Mychelle Blake is a freelance writer, website designer and social media consultant. She happily tolerates the insane Las Vegas heat with her three wacky pit bulls, one fish, one bird and one husband.