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Joshua Tree National Park Van Tour
"Take a trip to the unique and pristine desert wonderland of this local national park. In the comfort of a 15-passenger van or enclosed SUV guests will see firsthand the contrast between the Colorado and Mojave Deserts while enjoying a running narration f unique vegetation mining history and wild west stories make this tour a must-see for the Palm Springs visitor. The tour includes stops at the Park Visitor Center for souvenirs Hidden Valley and Keys View for optional nature walks. Tour price includes water snacks entry fee to the park and pickup and drop-off from Palm Desert or select local resorts."""
From $119.00
 
Electric Bike Tour of Red Rock Canyon
"We pick you up and transport you from the heart of Las Vegas to the beautiful scenic byway of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Starting from the quaint canyon village of Blue Diamond your tour guide will fit you to your Specialized Electric Turbo bike. With a brief ride around the county park you familiarize yourself with the basic operations then embark upon your adventure through Red Rock. You will tour along a smooth 8-foot wide bike lane on the national scenic byway either with guide support or on your own depending on the package you choose. For the guided tour a professional tour guide accompanies you along the canyon’s paved
From $90.00
 
Scooter Tours of Red Rock Canyon
"You will be picked up from your Las Vegas Strip hotel and driven to Red Rock Canyon where you'll be amazed at the awesome natural beauty and jaw dropping sights. After a short lesson by experienced professionals you'll be riding like a pro in no time. Then it's off through the Canyon and one of the most memorable vacation experiences you'll ever have. On the tour you'll:See awesome rock formations unlike any in the world - be prepared to be amazed.</ geology wildlife and fauna - all from an experienced professional guide. """
From $125.00

More General in Rhyolite

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Although you might think your out in the middle of nowhere, there are restrooms here. They were clean and have cleaning solution for your hands. They are located up the hill across from the train...
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Yaqui
Jan 29, 2011

Ghost town...

Ghost towns have something special. This one has buildings in stone, making the ruins even more impressive. It ain't as old as the Acropolis, but nevertheless it engenders the same feelings, stirring...
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LHOON
Apr 24, 2003
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Rhyolite

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Rhyolite Cemetery

On the outskirts of town, down a dusty dirt road in the cemetery for Rhyolite. Definitely an eerie place not only because its a cemetery but in the middle of the desert and Rhyolite being a "Ghost...
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Goldwell Open Air Museum

Just on the line of Rhyolite is Goldwell Open Air Museum. It is a small shack house with some souvenirs and historical photos with stories inside. Outside is an array of art work created by Belgium...
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Grave of Isabella Haskins

Located behind the jail in Rhyolite and a fenced in grave where Isabella Haskins was laid to rest. According to the museum, Isabella's real name was Sarah Isabella Peters. The story about Isabella is...
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Rhyolite Train Depot

This is the most preserved building in Rhyolite and now has a fence surrounding it to prevent vandalism. The depot was built in 1906 to service the Las Vegas and Tonopah line. Trains stopped arriving...
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Cook Bank

Probably the most photographed building at Rhyolite is the Cook Bank. The building was built by J.S. Cook and cost $90,000 in 1908. A lot of money back then and it turned out to be the biggest...
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Top 5 Rhyolite Writers

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Yaqui

"~Rhylolite~A town not lost!"
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blueskyjohn

"Rhyolite"
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mtncorg

"RHYOLITE BOOM AND BUST"
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in4ik

"Money makes history!"
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LHOON

"The fallen glory..."
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