Tonopah Station RV Park

Address: 1137 S. Main St., Tonopah, Nevada, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1137 S. Main St., Tonopah, is near Tonopah Historic Mining Park and Final Frontier Supply.
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      Tonopah tumbleweed

      A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Aug 27, 2014

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      Hello everyone,

      We're in Tonopah now, a small quiet town formerly famous for Jim Butler discovering a large deposit of Silver here. After the silver went, not a whole lot was left but it's a necessary break stop from Salt Lake City to Yosemite.

      Tonopah marked us finishing our 11 nights in a row of camping, thank goodness! We enjoyed the one night in the hotel and went for a meal with the group, before appreciating a bed to ourselves again. ...

      How Great Thou Art!!

      A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 18, 2014

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      ... more. We looked through the Visitor's Center (our Servant Leaders could have easily written better material than was in the Center). We ate a picnic lunch on a large rock in the parking lot (lunchtime, and all the picnic tables were taken), then headed out of the park.

      It takes a long time to get out of Yosemite going east! It takes even longer if you have a "front row seat" for 40 minutes watching a pair of tow trucks work to right ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jun 20, 2014

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      ... hit the pavement and rode the 80 or so miles to Tonapah. The only comment I’ll make on this section was the wind. For those who followed the trip that Claudio and I did in Patagonia, the winds were not at that level, but we nonetheless took an extended beating. We arrived in Tonapah at around 7:30 only to find "No Vacancy" signs turned on at the half dozen or so hotel/motels in town… Ughhhh. We were beat (literally) and the next town isn’t for another ...

      Downtown Goldfield & Hot Springs outside of to

      A travel blog entry by alterfamily on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... left Goldfield, but continued to promote mining shares for another quarter-century.[2][3] Another prominent resident from 1908 was George Wingfield, one of Nevada's entrepreneurs, who built the Goldfield Hotel. In collaboration with his partner George S. Nixon (who was to become a US Senator in 1904), Wingfield started in Belmont, Nevada in 1901 and then saw the potential of Goldfield after mining at Tonopah, only a few miles north, took ...

      Evening & Morning In Gold Point

      A travel blog entry by alterfamily on Nov 23, 2013

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      ... when World War II began, the government ordered all gold mines to shut down as nonessential to the war effort. Mining at Gold Point stopped, and once again most of its residents drifted away or went off to war. After the war, mining resumed on a smaller scale and continued until the 1960s when a cave-in occurred from a dynamite blast at the Dunfee Shaft. More expensive to fix than the quantity and value of ore extracted would pay, the mine closed. Other than a few small ...