There is oh so much to discover in Lincoln County. Each town has a unique history and various opportunities for exploration. Browse the variety of museums to learn about the area’s storied past.
Lincoln County is home to five state parks – each with it’s own personality, and all are spectacular and well-managed. They provide a myriad of activities and outdoor adventure that will keep you coming back for more.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable visit to Lincoln County Nevada, please travel with care and read the safety tips and frequently asked questions below. Remember, this is a high mountain desert environment with open range highways, so please be prepared.
For additional road condition information, you can call the Nevada Department of Transporation at 775-888-7000, visit the NDOT Web site or call the Bureau of Land Management at 775-726-8100.
For OHV information, please download:
Lincoln County Off-Highway Vehicle Regulations
Yes, but it’s spotty at best. It’s best not to depend on having any kind of reliable cell phone reception.
Yes, but you should have a high clearance vehicle. The terrain can get very rough, and damage to roads is frequent due to harsh winters and frequent flooding. Always be prepared for the possiblity of having to walk out from a destination and back to the main road.