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Rhyolite, Beatty
(3.2/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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  • I think or be disappointed because few are not come near Titus Canyon to where I think is particularly interesting historical ruins.
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  • There you can find just traces of a village - basically foundations of buildings that were some houses in the past and some of them have marks what they were those times. 
  • not so great when compared to other places in Death valley. You are passing by it you can visit it and spend few minutes of your time to see it. 
  • Can't believe how many times we have driven up and down hwy 95 and never knew that this was so close. Nice place to stop and walk. Must see the bottle house. Still want to look up where they got all of those bottles. Road is dirt but no problem I did towing a trailer.
  • Plenty of old structures survived. Well worth a side trip of you're in the area. Also, Goldwell Open Air Museum is right there as well.
  • This ghost town is nice. Love the ghost art installation. The day I was there the clouds sucked, not happy with the way the pictures I took came out. Will head the again in winter. Please ensure you have enough water.
  • I absolutely love this place. I have been to ghost towns all over the state of Nevada and this one is the best. I have been here a number of times. So nice absolutely worth the trip and not too far off Highway 95 if you're headed to or from Vegas
  • It's worth the hour drive from Death Valley National Park. Some artifacts prohibit entry, either for safety or preservation. Lots of interesting sites and artwork. If I'm ever in the area again, I will definitely revisit.