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Food scene

Good Mexican Food 921 NV-160, Pahrump
El Jefe's Restaurant
1560 E Calvada Blvd
Good Mexican Food 921 NV-160, Pahrump
Excellent pizza in town just up the road. 3561 E Kellogg Rd, Pahrump (775) 537-2211 https://www.towerpizza.biz/
Tower Pizza
3561 East Kellogg Road
Excellent pizza in town just up the road. 3561 E Kellogg Rd, Pahrump (775) 537-2211 https://www.towerpizza.biz/
Just a 5 minute drive. Great food and nice view of golf course and mountains.
Mountain Falls Grill Room
5001 Clubhouse Dr
Just a 5 minute drive. Great food and nice view of golf course and mountains.
Indian and American cuisine. 1101 S HWY 160 PAHRUMP NEVADA-89048 775-537-1111
Pour House
1101 NV-160
Indian and American cuisine. 1101 S HWY 160 PAHRUMP NEVADA-89048 775-537-1111
Symphony's is their restaurant. Probably the nicest in Pahrump. Have a wine tasting first and then purchase a bottle at your table during lunch or dinner. https://www.pahrumpwinery.com/Symphonys-Restaurant
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Pahrump Valley Winery
3810 Winery Rd
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Symphony's is their restaurant. Probably the nicest in Pahrump. Have a wine tasting first and then purchase a bottle at your table during lunch or dinner. https://www.pahrumpwinery.com/Symphonys-Restaurant
Best pizza in town!! 3971 Kellogg Rd. next to Coyote Den. https://www.bigdickspizzeria.com/
Big Dick's Pizzeria
3971 E Kellogg Rd
Best pizza in town!! 3971 Kellogg Rd. next to Coyote Den. https://www.bigdickspizzeria.com/
Excellent Thai cuisine. 5020 Pahrump Valley Blvd # 3 At intersection of Hafen Ranch and Manse, turn left onto Manse and travel all the way till Manse dead ends at Pahrump Valley Blvd. and you will be there. You must try the Chicken (or Seafood) Coconut Milk Soup. It is indescribably good!! https://www.yelp.com/biz/my-thai-pahrump
My Thai
5020 Pahrump Valley Blvd
Excellent Thai cuisine. 5020 Pahrump Valley Blvd # 3 At intersection of Hafen Ranch and Manse, turn left onto Manse and travel all the way till Manse dead ends at Pahrump Valley Blvd. and you will be there. You must try the Chicken (or Seafood) Coconut Milk Soup. It is indescribably good!! https://www.yelp.com/biz/my-thai-pahrump
Stockman’s Steakhouse is the perfect venue for any special occasion; Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, New Year’s Eve, date night, you name it. Our award-winning steakhouse was voted best steakhouse in Nevada magazine. All of our steaks are USDA choice or higher. Indulge yourself with one of our signature cocktails or a glass off our eclectic wine list. https://pahrumpnugget.com/Dining
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Stockman's Steakhouse
681 S Highway 160
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Stockman’s Steakhouse is the perfect venue for any special occasion; Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, New Year’s Eve, date night, you name it. Our award-winning steakhouse was voted best steakhouse in Nevada magazine. All of our steaks are USDA choice or higher. Indulge yourself with one of our signature cocktails or a glass off our eclectic wine list. https://pahrumpnugget.com/Dining
Nearest restaurant and pizza pickup to the casita. Turn left at Hafen Ranch Rd from Bridger. K-7 will be on your right. The rustic red building. Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 6050 Thousandaire Blvd, Pahrump, NV 89061 (775) 727-9070
K 7 Pizza
6050 Thousandaire Boulevard
Nearest restaurant and pizza pickup to the casita. Turn left at Hafen Ranch Rd from Bridger. K-7 will be on your right. The rustic red building. Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 6050 Thousandaire Blvd, Pahrump, NV 89061 (775) 727-9070
1240 E State St Ste 100, Pahrump, NV 89048-2180 775-751-9929 https://www.facebook.com/Moms-Diner-102843966420209/ Open: 06:00 AM - 8:00 PM 7 days a week
Mom's Diner
1240 State St
1240 E State St Ste 100, Pahrump, NV 89048-2180 775-751-9929 https://www.facebook.com/Moms-Diner-102843966420209/ Open: 06:00 AM - 8:00 PM 7 days a week
1301 S Loop Rd, Pahrump, Nevada, USA https://www.facebook.com/ThePhoenixBarPahrump Sunday Closed Monday Closed Tuesday 11AM-8PM Wednesday 11AM-8PM Thursday 11AM-8PM Friday 11AM-9PM Saturday 11AM-9PM
The Phoenix Bar & Grill
1301 South Loop Road
1301 S Loop Rd, Pahrump, Nevada, USA https://www.facebook.com/ThePhoenixBarPahrump Sunday Closed Monday Closed Tuesday 11AM-8PM Wednesday 11AM-8PM Thursday 11AM-8PM Friday 11AM-9PM Saturday 11AM-9PM

Winery

Free wine tasting. Periodic events with entertainers from Las Vegas. www.sanderswinery.com Turn right at Hafen Ranch Rd., then turn right onto Kellogg Rd. (next to the elementary school), then just under two miles on the right. https://sanderswinery.com/
Sanders Family Winery
3780 E Kellogg Rd
Free wine tasting. Periodic events with entertainers from Las Vegas. www.sanderswinery.com Turn right at Hafen Ranch Rd., then turn right onto Kellogg Rd. (next to the elementary school), then just under two miles on the right. https://sanderswinery.com/
3810 Winery Rd, Pahrump, NV (775) 751-7800
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Pahrump Valley Winery
3810 Winery Rd
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3810 Winery Rd, Pahrump, NV (775) 751-7800
Wine tasting and a light menu. In evening sit on front porch and enjoy the view. North on St. Rd. 160 and then on the right. https://www.artesiancellars.com/
Artesian Cellars
1731 Nevada 160
Wine tasting and a light menu. In evening sit on front porch and enjoy the view. North on St. Rd. 160 and then on the right. https://www.artesiancellars.com/

Casino

Local favorite of the 4 casinos in Pahrump. Good restaurant too.
Terrible's Roadhouse Casino
1750 Pahrump Valley Blvd
Local favorite of the 4 casinos in Pahrump. Good restaurant too.

Sightseeing

Ghost town just a few miles to the west of Beatty, NV. Continue west on St. Rd. 374 into Death Valley and travel south on St. Rd. 190 back to Pahrump.
Rhyolite
Ghost town just a few miles to the west of Beatty, NV. Continue west on St. Rd. 374 into Death Valley and travel south on St. Rd. 190 back to Pahrump.
Must see!! Only 1 hr. 15 min. away. Head north on 160, and then turn left onto Bell Vista Ave. You will see the sign directing to Death Valley.
Dantes View
Must see!! Only 1 hr. 15 min. away. Head north on 160, and then turn left onto Bell Vista Ave. You will see the sign directing to Death Valley.
Another must see just 45 minutes east of Pahrump. $15 per carload. Free entrance with an America the Beautiful Senior Pass. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area began collecting amenity fees in 1998. As you travel around the 13-mile scenic drive, your fees are evident in interpretive and educational programs for visitors and school groups, well-maintained roads, interpretive trail signs, restful picnic areas, clean restrooms and trash receptacles. Conservation of critical habitat for desert tortoises and other wildlife, protection for wild horses and burros, and cultural resource preservation are benefits of your support of this area. Trail maintenance and repair, as well as law enforcement support are funded by amenity fees to sustain a safe place for you, your family and friends to recreate. Timed entry reservations are required for the Scenic Drive between October 1 - May 31 for entry between 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Timed entry reservations can be made at Recreation.gov by visiting https://www.recreation.gov/timed-entry/10075177, or by calling (877) 444-6777.
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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
1000 State Highway 159
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Another must see just 45 minutes east of Pahrump. $15 per carload. Free entrance with an America the Beautiful Senior Pass. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area began collecting amenity fees in 1998. As you travel around the 13-mile scenic drive, your fees are evident in interpretive and educational programs for visitors and school groups, well-maintained roads, interpretive trail signs, restful picnic areas, clean restrooms and trash receptacles. Conservation of critical habitat for desert tortoises and other wildlife, protection for wild horses and burros, and cultural resource preservation are benefits of your support of this area. Trail maintenance and repair, as well as law enforcement support are funded by amenity fees to sustain a safe place for you, your family and friends to recreate. Timed entry reservations are required for the Scenic Drive between October 1 - May 31 for entry between 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Timed entry reservations can be made at Recreation.gov by visiting https://www.recreation.gov/timed-entry/10075177, or by calling (877) 444-6777.
Impossible to be disappointed in a drive into this oasis. Read the history of this location. Think hikes short and long as you wish. Gift shop has reasonable prices, including antiques. Plenty variety of dates to sample and don't forget your date shake purchase. 50 minute drive - www.chinaranch.com
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China Ranch Date Farm & Bakery
China Ranch Road
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Impossible to be disappointed in a drive into this oasis. Read the history of this location. Think hikes short and long as you wish. Gift shop has reasonable prices, including antiques. Plenty variety of dates to sample and don't forget your date shake purchase. 50 minute drive - www.chinaranch.com
The Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a protected wildlife refuge located in the Amargosa Valley of southern Nye County. About an hour's drive north on St. Rd. 160. 610 Spring Meadows Rd, Amargosa Valley, NV
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
610 Spring Meadows Road
The Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a protected wildlife refuge located in the Amargosa Valley of southern Nye County. About an hour's drive north on St. Rd. 160. 610 Spring Meadows Rd, Amargosa Valley, NV
Summit - 11.916 ft. 88 miles driving distance from our Casita. About 15 miles as the crow flies. Nice view of mountain from the Casita.
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Mount Charleston
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Summit - 11.916 ft. 88 miles driving distance from our Casita. About 15 miles as the crow flies. Nice view of mountain from the Casita.
Plan on at least a 3 1/2 hour one-way drive. Take St. Rd. 160 back to Las Vegas, then Interstate 15 North to US 93 North, and the St. Rd. 375 North to Rachel, NV. Front Gate: You get there via a dirt road called Mailbox Road , which you can access by turning left 20 miles after Crystal Springs. Mailbox Road turns into Groom Road. After 20 miles of road through a crazy landscape dotted with yucca trees reminiscent of Joshua Tree National Park, you will arrive at the Front Gate, where you will be required to stop. If the US Air Force “Keep out” signs aren’t enough to intimidate you, the Cammo Dudes will. They are a Men in Black-style security force that guards the entrance at the top of a hill and prevents you from crossing the barrier. Avoid being seen while taking photos or videos. Cammo Dudes are authorized to commandeer your cameras, since both taking pictures and recording videos are prohibited. If you’re lucky, you’ll also see the legendary White Bus, which transports the staff of Area 51 from the nearby Alamo every day. Back Gate: A couple of miles before arriving at Rachel, turn left on Back Gate Road and continue for about 8 miles. You will have to look out for cows. Then you will arrive at the Back Gate guarded by many cameras, where you will find a level crossing and the inevitable Cammo Dudes.
Area 51
Plan on at least a 3 1/2 hour one-way drive. Take St. Rd. 160 back to Las Vegas, then Interstate 15 North to US 93 North, and the St. Rd. 375 North to Rachel, NV. Front Gate: You get there via a dirt road called Mailbox Road , which you can access by turning left 20 miles after Crystal Springs. Mailbox Road turns into Groom Road. After 20 miles of road through a crazy landscape dotted with yucca trees reminiscent of Joshua Tree National Park, you will arrive at the Front Gate, where you will be required to stop. If the US Air Force “Keep out” signs aren’t enough to intimidate you, the Cammo Dudes will. They are a Men in Black-style security force that guards the entrance at the top of a hill and prevents you from crossing the barrier. Avoid being seen while taking photos or videos. Cammo Dudes are authorized to commandeer your cameras, since both taking pictures and recording videos are prohibited. If you’re lucky, you’ll also see the legendary White Bus, which transports the staff of Area 51 from the nearby Alamo every day. Back Gate: A couple of miles before arriving at Rachel, turn left on Back Gate Road and continue for about 8 miles. You will have to look out for cows. Then you will arrive at the Back Gate guarded by many cameras, where you will find a level crossing and the inevitable Cammo Dudes.
Tecopa Mud hot springs is an oasis in the desert. There is a large hot spring pool that averages between 103-100 degrees. About a 50 minute drive from our Casita. Directions: Get on St. Rd. 160 heading back to Las Vegas. About 9 miles turn right onto Tecopa Rd . Take Old Spanish Trail Hwy to Elias Rd in Tecopa.
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Tecopa Hot Springs
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Tecopa Mud hot springs is an oasis in the desert. There is a large hot spring pool that averages between 103-100 degrees. About a 50 minute drive from our Casita. Directions: Get on St. Rd. 160 heading back to Las Vegas. About 9 miles turn right onto Tecopa Rd . Take Old Spanish Trail Hwy to Elias Rd in Tecopa.
About 1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita. Swim, boat, hike, cycle, camp and fish at America’s first and largest national recreation area. With striking landscapes and brilliant blue waters, this year-round playground spreads across 1.5 million acres of mountains, canyons, valleys and two vast lakes. See the Hoover Dam from the waters of Lake Mead or Lake Mohave, or find solitude in one of the park's nine wilderness areas.
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Lake Mead National Recreation Area
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About 1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita. Swim, boat, hike, cycle, camp and fish at America’s first and largest national recreation area. With striking landscapes and brilliant blue waters, this year-round playground spreads across 1.5 million acres of mountains, canyons, valleys and two vast lakes. See the Hoover Dam from the waters of Lake Mead or Lake Mohave, or find solitude in one of the park's nine wilderness areas.
1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita. Check before you go: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/
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Hoover Dam
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1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita. Check before you go: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/
1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita.
Mojave Desert
1 1/2 hr. drive from our Casita.
Balloons Over Pahrump - Hot air balloon rides https://balloonsoverpahrump.com/
Pahrump Balloon Festival
150 Nevada 160
Balloons Over Pahrump - Hot air balloon rides https://balloonsoverpahrump.com/
Down a dusty road turnoff on the highway to Tecopa sits a former tourist attraction that has turned into a site for filming underground films and firearm practice. A headless saint statue represents the very little of what was once Cathedral Canyon, a vision of one man that has been reduced to rubble in the more than 20 years since his passing. Roland Wiley was born in Iowa in 1904, graduated from the University of Wisconsin and obtained a law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Following graduation, he worked as a law clerk for a big law firm in Washington for a year. In 1928 he went to Los Angeles to visit family, a life-changing trip. He heard that Las Vegas was a good place for a professional person to get started so he checked the town out and decided to stay. At the time, Las Vegas’ population was about 4,000 and the road to Los Angeles was not paved. He was elected Clark County District Attorney in 1938 and served one term. While district attorney, in 1939 he gave his approval for Tommy Hull to construct the El Rancho, the first gambling resort on what became the Las Vegas Strip. Roland Wiley made his first trip to Pahrump Valley in 1936. In a 1988 interview I did with him, he recalled that there were three big ranches in the valley then—the Pahrump Ranch, the Manse Ranch, and what he called the Yount Ranch, located at the south end of Pahrump Valley not far from Stump Spring. That property consisted of three homesteads and was occupied by John Yount, son of Joseph and Margaret Yount, founders of the legendary Manse Ranch in the 1870s. John Yount ran about 400 cattle on the ranch, but when feed got low during Prohibition he quit cattle and leased springs on the ranch to moonshiners. John Yount had been previously married to a woman who had died. He then took up with an Indian woman known as Belle, but they were never formally married. When John Yount died, Belle hired Roland Wiley to protect any rights she had to the ranch. As it turned out, Belle urged him to buy the ranch and he did. In those days, it was not easy to get from Las Vegas to Pahrump. It took Wiley three and a half hours to get to his ranch from Las Vegas going by way of Goodsprings and the Sandy Valley. He said the alternate route through Indian Springs took four and a half hours. Paving over Mountain Springs was not completed until 1954. To simplify access to his ranch, in 1941 he constructed an airstrip on his Pahrump property and would fly from Las Vegas to spend weekends there. In 1972, Roland Wiley began work on what became a passion: Cathedral Canyon. The canyon was located a short distance from his home on what he called the Hidden Hills Ranch. Nature had carved a small, picturesque canyon from the Pahrump Valley floor a couple of city blocks long, 50 to 100 feet wide, and 60 or so feet deep. Wiley used the canyon as an artist would use his paint brushes and canvases to express his very special view of life and humanity. He constructed a trail from the canyon’s mouth to its end and placed statues and other works of art along the trail in niches in the cliffs. Poems, messages, and quotes were framed along the trail. Resting spots with chairs were provided for those who wished to stop and contemplate the beauty of the scene and the meaning of life. A suspension bridge was constructed from one side at the top of the canyon to the other. The site was wired with electricity so it could be viewed at night. Halfway up the side of the canyon near the bridge stood a twenty-foot statue of Christ. Cathedral Canyon was a lovely and unique attraction, a presentation of Roland Wiley’s rich and enlightened view of life and humanity. Visitors from around the world enjoyed it free of charge. Roland financed the entire effort for more than twenty years out of his own pocket. Roland Wiley died in August of 1994. Al Carpenter, a lifelong Pahrump Valley resident and friend of Wiley who lived at the ranch, tried to look after the canyon following Roland’s passing. But it was too much. Roland apparently made no provisions for its protection and maintenance after he was gone. Over the past 20 years, Roland Wiley’s wonderful creation has been completely destroyed by vandals. Two weeks ago, Arnold Knightly, editor of the Pahrump Valley Times, and I visited Cathedral Canyon and Roland’s home site. Every building that once stood on the property has been either burned down or reduced to rubble. Remains of Roland’s home lie in a pile of ashes. As for the canyon, nothing remains of Roland’s efforts. The suspension bridge is gone and all the art and messages destroyed. The only thing still standing is the badly damaged statue of Christ, absent its head, which has been shot off. Yet the canyon still receives visitors, though not for Roland Wiley’s purposes. When we were there some folks were filming down in the canyon, and where Roland’s home once stood, some people were target-practicing. Five cars were on site while we were there. The wanton destruction of Cathedral Canyon clearly raises questions about the fragility of civilization’s higher benefits.
Cathedral Canyon
Down a dusty road turnoff on the highway to Tecopa sits a former tourist attraction that has turned into a site for filming underground films and firearm practice. A headless saint statue represents the very little of what was once Cathedral Canyon, a vision of one man that has been reduced to rubble in the more than 20 years since his passing. Roland Wiley was born in Iowa in 1904, graduated from the University of Wisconsin and obtained a law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Following graduation, he worked as a law clerk for a big law firm in Washington for a year. In 1928 he went to Los Angeles to visit family, a life-changing trip. He heard that Las Vegas was a good place for a professional person to get started so he checked the town out and decided to stay. At the time, Las Vegas’ population was about 4,000 and the road to Los Angeles was not paved. He was elected Clark County District Attorney in 1938 and served one term. While district attorney, in 1939 he gave his approval for Tommy Hull to construct the El Rancho, the first gambling resort on what became the Las Vegas Strip. Roland Wiley made his first trip to Pahrump Valley in 1936. In a 1988 interview I did with him, he recalled that there were three big ranches in the valley then—the Pahrump Ranch, the Manse Ranch, and what he called the Yount Ranch, located at the south end of Pahrump Valley not far from Stump Spring. That property consisted of three homesteads and was occupied by John Yount, son of Joseph and Margaret Yount, founders of the legendary Manse Ranch in the 1870s. John Yount ran about 400 cattle on the ranch, but when feed got low during Prohibition he quit cattle and leased springs on the ranch to moonshiners. John Yount had been previously married to a woman who had died. He then took up with an Indian woman known as Belle, but they were never formally married. When John Yount died, Belle hired Roland Wiley to protect any rights she had to the ranch. As it turned out, Belle urged him to buy the ranch and he did. In those days, it was not easy to get from Las Vegas to Pahrump. It took Wiley three and a half hours to get to his ranch from Las Vegas going by way of Goodsprings and the Sandy Valley. He said the alternate route through Indian Springs took four and a half hours. Paving over Mountain Springs was not completed until 1954. To simplify access to his ranch, in 1941 he constructed an airstrip on his Pahrump property and would fly from Las Vegas to spend weekends there. In 1972, Roland Wiley began work on what became a passion: Cathedral Canyon. The canyon was located a short distance from his home on what he called the Hidden Hills Ranch. Nature had carved a small, picturesque canyon from the Pahrump Valley floor a couple of city blocks long, 50 to 100 feet wide, and 60 or so feet deep. Wiley used the canyon as an artist would use his paint brushes and canvases to express his very special view of life and humanity. He constructed a trail from the canyon’s mouth to its end and placed statues and other works of art along the trail in niches in the cliffs. Poems, messages, and quotes were framed along the trail. Resting spots with chairs were provided for those who wished to stop and contemplate the beauty of the scene and the meaning of life. A suspension bridge was constructed from one side at the top of the canyon to the other. The site was wired with electricity so it could be viewed at night. Halfway up the side of the canyon near the bridge stood a twenty-foot statue of Christ. Cathedral Canyon was a lovely and unique attraction, a presentation of Roland Wiley’s rich and enlightened view of life and humanity. Visitors from around the world enjoyed it free of charge. Roland financed the entire effort for more than twenty years out of his own pocket. Roland Wiley died in August of 1994. Al Carpenter, a lifelong Pahrump Valley resident and friend of Wiley who lived at the ranch, tried to look after the canyon following Roland’s passing. But it was too much. Roland apparently made no provisions for its protection and maintenance after he was gone. Over the past 20 years, Roland Wiley’s wonderful creation has been completely destroyed by vandals. Two weeks ago, Arnold Knightly, editor of the Pahrump Valley Times, and I visited Cathedral Canyon and Roland’s home site. Every building that once stood on the property has been either burned down or reduced to rubble. Remains of Roland’s home lie in a pile of ashes. As for the canyon, nothing remains of Roland’s efforts. The suspension bridge is gone and all the art and messages destroyed. The only thing still standing is the badly damaged statue of Christ, absent its head, which has been shot off. Yet the canyon still receives visitors, though not for Roland Wiley’s purposes. When we were there some folks were filming down in the canyon, and where Roland’s home once stood, some people were target-practicing. Five cars were on site while we were there. The wanton destruction of Cathedral Canyon clearly raises questions about the fragility of civilization’s higher benefits.

Brothel

Only five miles away. Free tours. Visit Sheri's Ranch Brothel next door. They also provide free tours, just tip your lady guide. They also have a restaurant open to the general public. https://chickenranchbrothel.com/
Chicken Ranch Brothel
10511 Homestead Rd
Only five miles away. Free tours. Visit Sheri's Ranch Brothel next door. They also provide free tours, just tip your lady guide. They also have a restaurant open to the general public. https://chickenranchbrothel.com/
Next door to Chicken Ranch. Restaurant open to all. Free tours of facility, just tip the lady. https://www.sherisranch.com/
Sheri's Ranch Brothel
10551 Homestead Road
Next door to Chicken Ranch. Restaurant open to all. Free tours of facility, just tip the lady. https://www.sherisranch.com/

Ammo supplies

Best place to get ammo and supplies. https://www.ammosupplywarehouse.com/west/ 775-513-1058
AMMO SUPPLY WAREHOUSE, LLC
370 South Barney Street
Best place to get ammo and supplies. https://www.ammosupplywarehouse.com/west/ 775-513-1058

Sport activities

Only 22 minutes away. I am a member. Unbelievable place for all sorts of weapon training. https://www.frontsight.com/
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Front Sight Firearms Training Institute
1 Front Sight Road
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Only 22 minutes away. I am a member. Unbelievable place for all sorts of weapon training. https://www.frontsight.com/
Schedule and pricing: http://www.pahrumpvalleyspeedway.com/2021-schedule-and-pricing.html
Pahrump Valley Speedway
1881 Grieco Way
Schedule and pricing: http://www.pahrumpvalleyspeedway.com/2021-schedule-and-pricing.html
18 holes with fantastic views. To book a tee time: (775) 537-6553 https://www.mountainfallsgolfclub.com/
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Mountain Falls Golf Club
5001 Clubhouse Dr
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18 holes with fantastic views. To book a tee time: (775) 537-6553 https://www.mountainfallsgolfclub.com/
Looking for an exceptional driving or racing experience in a high-performance sports car? Spring Mountain is your destination. As home to the exclusive Ron Fellows Corvette performance driving school, the new Cadillac V-Performance Academy as well as racing schools and more, we have something for every driver, from entry-level to expert. 4767 S, NV-160, Pahrump, NV
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Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club
3601 Nevada 160
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Looking for an exceptional driving or racing experience in a high-performance sports car? Spring Mountain is your destination. As home to the exclusive Ron Fellows Corvette performance driving school, the new Cadillac V-Performance Academy as well as racing schools and more, we have something for every driver, from entry-level to expert. 4767 S, NV-160, Pahrump, NV
Designed for all experience levels, the Corvette Owners School is the ultimate owner’s manual, providing new Corvette owners with in-depth knowledge of their vehicle while also teaching them about its incredible track capabilities. Whether you are interested in tracking your Corvette some day or simply taking advantage of Chevrolet’s exclusive Corvette owners’ offer, we are confident you will leave with the skills and techniques needed to make you a better driver every day, in any vehicle.
Ron Fellows Performance Driving School
3601 Nevada 160
Designed for all experience levels, the Corvette Owners School is the ultimate owner’s manual, providing new Corvette owners with in-depth knowledge of their vehicle while also teaching them about its incredible track capabilities. Whether you are interested in tracking your Corvette some day or simply taking advantage of Chevrolet’s exclusive Corvette owners’ offer, we are confident you will leave with the skills and techniques needed to make you a better driver every day, in any vehicle.