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ALL ABOUT PIOCHE, NEVADA
Pioche, Nevada, regarded today
as a "living ghost town", is a tranquil hillside town resting
over 6,000 feet up, above the vast Meadow Valley.
The seat of Lincoln County, Pioche is noted as receiving more rainfall than any other county seat in Nevada, which certainly explains its remarkably verdant character.
For history buffs, there is a rich tapestry of sights and sites to observe during your visit. The Million Dollar Courthouse is perhaps the most famous of these, but don't miss the chance to see other fascinating sites such as the Lincoln County Museum, Boot Hill, the Old Miner's Cabin, and Treasure Hill and related mining facilities.
For more information on Pioche, please choose from any of the links below:
Million Dollar Courthouse
Lincoln Co. Museum
Lincoln Co. Golf Course
(4) Nevada State Parks
Hunting & Fishing
Lincoln County, NV
NV's "Pioneer Territory"
Western "Ghost Towns"
The town of Pioche was established as
a result of the discovery of the Panacker Ledge silver ore deposit in
1863-64. Paiute Indians disclosed the location of the Ledge to Mormon
missionary William Hamblin in exchange for food and clothing.
The Overland Hotel & Saloon
662 Main St, Pioche NV 89043
Direct: (775) 962-5895 Fax: (775) 962-5177
Ron & Candice Mortenson, Proprietors