Some Of North America’s Oldest Petroglyphs Are Hiding Right Here In Nevada

Located approximately seven miles east of Fallon—adjacent to Highway 50 (The Loneliest Highway in America)—is Grimes. This 720-acre archaeological site is famous for being the site of some of North America’s oldest petroglyphs and is quite fascinating.

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There is so much history in Nevada, and the Grimes Point petroglyphs add to this distinction. Grimes Point is open to the public year-round.

Have you been to this historic archaeological site and seen the oldest petroglyphs in North America? What did you think? Please comment below.