Tonopah Historic Mining Park

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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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17 hours ago

Tonopah Nevada

Tonopah has plenty of space to observe social distancing and still enjoy your 4th of July!Our park will be closed July 3rd in observance of Independence Day. We will be open on July 4th.

Enjoy the parade on Main Street at 10:30 am and then head on up to our park! Fireworks at about 9 pm. Best viewing at Joe Friel Sports Complex, which will be marked for social distancing.

Happy 4th of July!
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Tonopah has plenty of space to observe social distancing and still enjoy your 4th of July!

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Can I come join the parade. She's just an old working truck though.

That's absolutely beautiful and happy fourth of July to Tonopah, Nevada

Our family still thinks of Tonopah, especially on the 4th of July. A beautiful celebration of the nation and the community. Happy Independence Day, Tonopah!! 🇺🇸❤️

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4 days ago

Tonopah Nevada

Join us at 2 pm at the Convention Center for the free movie matinee “Wonder Park”.

All children must be signed in by a parent/guardian and must remain in their assigned seats to follow social distancing requirements. Per mandate, children older than 9 are required to wear face coverings.
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Join us at 2 pm at the Convention Center for the free movie matinee “Wonder Park”.

All children must be signed in by a parent/guardian and must remain in their assigned seats to follow social distancing requirements. Per mandate, children older than 9 are required to wear face coverings.

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Wish I could go there one day