This Pristine Ghost Town In Nevada Is Actually Paradise And You Have To Visit

Nevada may be referred to as the “Silver State”, but it could just as easily be called the “Ghost Town State”. We’re home to dozens of ghost towns and they make for pretty awesome places to explore. Most of them are old mining booms towns, leftover from the Gold Rush era. They’ve sat abandoned in the desert for over a century, waiting for the next urban explorer to stumble across them. The town featured here is no different, except for one thing. It might be the most serene ghost town of them all. Aptly named Paradise Valley, this place is just that—paradise.

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Have you visited Paradise Valley? It looks just like heaven! This place is a nice change from the eerie looking ghost towns that are so common in our state. Just look at these 12 Creepy Ghost Towns In Nevada.