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.

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.