Tonopah Historic Mining Park
The Tonopah Historic Mining Park is a defunct mining area in Tonopah, Nevada, that now serves as a museum and historical site. The site covers 113-acre of land. It is currently operated by the non-profit foundation named after the park.
|Clown Motel (0.5 miles)|
Old Tonopah Cemetery (0.5 miles)
International Car Forest (25.5 miles)
Belmont Courthouse State Historic Park (41.2 miles)
Extraterrestrial Highway Sign (47.6 miles)
|Montgomery Peak (63.4 miles)|
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest (70.1 miles)
Diana's Punch Bowl (73.1 miles)
Toquima Cave (80.9 miles)
Angel's Ladies (82.8 miles)
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Tonopah Historic Mining Park, 110 Burro Avenue
Tonopah, Nevada 89049
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