Elko is a dynamic community with unique foods and cultures from around the world. They also have a variety of meetings conferences, including lodging facilities, such as accommodations. In addition, beautiful events such as art galleries, museums, historical attractions and enjoyable outdoor activities occur every year.

51 murals

Murals can be found around Elko, Nevada, particularly in the downtown area. Forty-three muralists created it from Elko and the surrounding area. Lectures, a film screening, workshops, docent-led mural tours and live music were all part of the three-day event. Walking through downtown Elko, you will see a slew of fresh murals that are hard to miss. Thus, visit Elko’s Mural Street and also do not forget to bring your camera.

Sherman Station

The Elko Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center, situated on the historic Sherman Station, is a great place to start your Elko adventure. The massive, century-old wood mansion was erected in 1903 to Sherman Station, built in the 1880s. A stage stop, a community center and a post office were all situated in the log cabin. The two-story building comprises two-foot-thick pine logs harvested from the Ruby Mountains.


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Ruby Mountains

The Ruby Mountains, commonly called Nevada’s (Swiss Alps), have alpine lakes and streams, wildflower-strewn meadows, glacial canyons and valleys home to various animals. Furthermore, when on a tour of the Ruby Mountains. You can also tour surrounding hot springs and ghost towns and historic downtown Elko’s strong Basque culture and culinary scene.