Category: Where

Pioche, Lincoln County, Nevada

Pioche was originally settled in 1864 with the discovery and mining of Silver nearby. Local Indian Tribes started to raid the settlement convincing most of the settlement to be abandoned. However, in 1868, settlers and miners returned to the area. By 1870, the town had developed into a larger and extremely important silver mining asset […]

T’s Mesquite Rotisserie

Sometimes the best things to do in Nevada are activities but enjoying the culture and cuisine. While visiting Lake Tahoe and enjoying the many activities from hiking, boating, parasailing, fishing and more you will likely work up an appetite. You could settle for fast food or another nationwide chain restaurant or you do as the […]


Lovelock, incorporated in 1917, serves as the county seat for Pershing County, Nevada. It was a principle stop for settlers on their way to California, later becoming a a train depot. The foundation of Lovelock occurred in 1868 when the Central Pacific Railroad laid track through the settlement. The historic town is known for its […]

Virginia City

Virginia City, the county seat of Storey County, Nevada, sprang up as a boomtown in 1859 with the discovery of the Comstock Lode. The Comstock Lode was the first major silver deposit discovery in the United States, and it eventually produced silver and gold ore valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars. The city’s population […]

Eureka Opera House

Built in 1880 and recently restored, the Eureka Opera House today functions as a Convention, Cultural Arts and Meetings venue. When it opened it provided the town of Eureka an elegant event location for plays, masquerade balls, dances, operas, concerts plus other social and civic events. With the introduction of the movies in 1915, the […]

Clown Motel

The Clown Motel, located in Tonopah, is a unique overnight experience unlikely to be repeated anywhere in the USA if not the entire world. Only recently built in the 1980s. It was dedicated to the builder’s father, Clarence David, who died in the 1911 Belmont Mine Fire. Mr. David, one of 17 mine workers who […]

Desert Flying Club

From Website: Desert Flying Club (DFC) was formed as a non-profit organization aimed at bringing together the Las Vegas aviation community. Our missions statement pretty much says it all: “To create an aviation community where people can make lasting friendships, fly more economically, & become safer pilots.” Creating a community with events, socials, fly-outs, etc […]

Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest

Celebrate the holidays with a cherished Southern Nevada tradition – the Magical Forest at Opportunity Village! The Magical Forest is a winter wonderland filled with millions of sparkling lights, nightly entertainment, delicious food and endless holiday cheer. What began as a modest holiday event to thank donors and in-kind contributors for helping build Opportunity Village’s […]

Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association

We are Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Military Wives, Guardsmen, young, old, still serving, retired. We all share a love of country and a profound sense of duty and commitment to our fellow Veterans. The CVMA is an international organization, with a presence in every state, Korea and Germany. Although our members may wear a leather […]