Stay For The History

Come For The Stars,

Notice:

Residents of Amargosa Valley, Beatty and Tonopah are encouraged to stock up on essential supplies such as food, water, fuel and medicines ahead of next weekend’s unknown influx of people to the region for the Storm Area 51 event.

The focus for organized events has shifted to Rachel in neighboring Lincoln County. Nye County has not permitted events for the weekend.

However, there is still concern that a large number of people may gather in Amargosa Valley. Nye County Department of Emergency Management and the Sheriff’s Office have been working with state and federal partners to assure the health and safety of residents and anyone who may visit the county.
Fire and EMS personnel from all three towns have been active in preparation for any contingency.

County Emergency Management has been operating through a Declaration of Emergency for the event since August 29, 2019. The Declaration enables the state to allocate resources to the county as needed while partnering on strategy and tactics.

Emergency Management will continue to monitor the situation through Sunday, September 22.

Tonopah Historic
Mining Park

113 acres of mining history!  See the original mines, equipment, and artifacts that built Tonopah – the Queen of the Silver Camps.  The Mining Park is filled with dramatic views, 500ft drops, and illuminated mineshafts.

Mizpah Hotel and Historic Downtown

The Mizpah Hotel was built in 1907 and has been restored to its former grandeur. You might meet one of their resident ghosts, the Lady in Red!  The Mizpah is part of Tonopah’s historic downtown – take a walk and visit the historic buildings, bars, unique shops, and restaurants.

Award Winning Stargazing

Tonopah was rated the #1 Stargazing Destination in America by USA Today.  With some of the darkest night skies in the nation, you can see over 7,000 stars, including the Milky Way.  Just look up!  No telescope necessary!

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