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Fort Churchill State Historic Park, Silver Springs

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  • This is the Fort that defended most of North Western Nevada. The Fort (whats left of it) is well kept by the Park Service. The visitors center is well stocked with pamphlets and info on the area. Abou...  more »
  • Great river this year. Water level is full to over full. lots of remote camping, fires, OK. Will try the fishing this summer. Camping for trailers and motorhomes available., Lots of great history. Dra...  more »
  • There is a small museum that I recommend visiting before continuing down into the fort site. The remaining buildings are in various states of decay, but you can still get a nice idea of what it was li...  more »
  • I saw so many historical buildings and tools. I went on the tour to see the buildings and while hiking the tour guide gave us puzzle pieces to help learn through picture. I loved this hike!
  • Great local place to get away from it all
  • So much history...a place I'll come back and do more exploring.
  • This place is pretty amazing. Like most other parts of Nevada, you can see for miles in all directions. It is quiet, beautiful, serene, and undisturbed by people, for the most part. You may see some wildlife walking around (i saw a scorpion) and bring water to drink, it gets pretty hot out here, and it is dry, too. Would recommend.
  • Very cool historic ruins!