Eureka Is One Of The Most Isolated And Remote Towns In Nevada
As the ninth least densely populated state in the nation, Nevada is a great place to be for those who prefer to avoid the crowds. We may be home to a couple of big cities but, for the most part, Nevada’s towns are nice and small in comparison. One remote town that’s worth seeking out can be found on none other than the Loneliest Road in America. With the nearest town approximately 70 miles away, Eureka is as isolated as it gets. However, the small town boasts plenty of charm that will have you glad that you made the long drive!
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Have you been to the remote town of Eureka? It just goes to show that some towns are truly worth the journey, no matter how long it may be. For more small but charming towns that are worth a visit, check out this list of 10 Remote Nevada Towns That Are So Worth The Drive.