There was an area just west of Lake Valley called Chihuahuaita. This is where the Hispanic residents of the area lived. There is nothing remaining of Chihuahuaita except a sign showing where it was.
There are also the remains of the Keil House and the home of the local doctor Dr. Beal, on the walking tour.
Here are a few shots of the mining area, taken from a distance. The mining area is on private property and you cannot approach it. For most of the history of the town it was a very rich silver mining area. Later, after the price of silver dropped dramatically, the mines were used for Manganese needed during World War 1 and 2.
The mining area at Lake Valley Ghost Town is on private property and is posted with warning signs. Not only would you be tresspassing if you went on the property, old mining areas are dangerous. For you own safety; obey the warning signs.