National 9 Inn

720 North Main Street, Tonopah, Nevada, United States | Motel
Prices starting from $51.00

Travel Blogs from Tonopah

Relaxing in Tonopah

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

I spent the day in Tonopah, NV resting up from climbing Boundary Peak, the highest point in Nevada, yesterday.

Boundary Peak, highest point in Nevada

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

I've tried to climb Boundary Peak twice. The first time was two years ago whenI was in Nevada with my friend, Jim, from Atlanta. He's the person who got me started visiting the state highpoints. The first day we tried to drive to the trailhead. I was driving my Honda Odyssey and the road we thought lead to the trailhead …

Day 3

A travel blog entry by fbenz


... for the day was to continue on east and then north to a postage stamp size town of Dyer where we’d gas up and head northeast on dirt roads to the town of Tonapah. I say 'plan’ as it didn’t turn out quite that way.

We were following a GPS track that I’d found and not sure the condition of the roads we’d find. Additioally, this was our first time riding the bikes off road fully loaded. The first section of 10 or so miles was pretty ...

Downtown Goldfield & Hot Springs outside of to

A travel blog entry by alterfamily


... 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


... 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 ...

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This motel, located on 720 North Main Street, Tonopah, is near Tonopah Historic Mining Park and Final Frontier Supply.
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