United States Nevada Nevada

Grimes Point Archaeological Area

Ancient rock art site in Nevada with petroglyphs, trails, and interpretive center, showcasing Native American cultural history.

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Grimes Point Archeological Area, situated on the Loneliest Road in America, offers visitors a glimpse into the prehistoric culture of the Great Basin region. The area contains a number of petroglyphs and rock art sites, some of which date back over 8,000 years. Visitors can explore the site on foot via a number of hiking trails, and learn more about the area's history and geology at the on-site museum.

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  • The Loneliest Road in America

    chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff)
    If you are a fan of long and serene drives, then the Nevada portion of Route 50 is the perfect destination. Known as the "Loneliest Road in America," this 287-mile stretch of road offers a unique and unforgettable road trip experience. The road may be long and barren, but it boasts some stunning natural beauty and historic landmarks, including ghost towns and mining communities that are frozen in time. Be cautious while embarking on this journey and ensure to fill the tank at every gas station along the way, as you never know when the next one will appear. Welcome to the Loneliest Road in America!