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The best, biggest, spookiest, and strangest things we ran into while in Nevada. Thanks to all the kind locals who shared stories, facts, and laughs with us along the way.
Dig up some quarters and find a way here. With over 250 spring loaded machines under one roof, the Pinball Hall of Fame has got to be one of the greatest collection of classic games in the world.
You think Vegas is bright and colorful now? You should have seen it fifty years ago. These days, one of the best places to see the former glory of Las Vegas is at the Neon Boneyard Park. See all the posts from our Greetings from Nevada road trip on the official Nevada Feed.
If you build a gold mine, they will come. But once that gold is gone, they're probably going to leave. Check out this spooky roundup of two towns that once shined as bright as Vegas does today. See more from our Greetings from Nevada road trip on the official Nevada Feed.
Nevada's known for its abandoned ghosts towns and haunted hotels. So in order to experience it first hand, we stayed at one of the most historic on the map, the Mizpah Hotel.
Right where highways 375 and 6 intersect, you'll find a large swimming pool filled with freshly flowing warm waters. This is Warm Springs, Nevada. Catch more posts from our Greetings from Nevada road trip on the official Nevada Feed.
Just outside the gates of Area 51, the restaurant/hotel in the town of Rachel, Nevada is a must-stop for people who believe in our little green friends. Catch fresh posts from our Greetings from Nevada road trip on the official Nevada Feed and on Twitter at #NVRoadTrip, January 10-15.