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About 64 miles east of Reno, just outside of Fallon, lies a large concentration of petroglyphs and ancient rock art that can be explored on a short interpretive trail. The Bureau of Land Management manages the site as well as Hidden Cave, a nearby archeological site opened twice a month for guided tours. Visit the Churchill County Museum in Fallon for information on the sites and for tour information.
The museum’s “Under One Sky” exhibit tells the story of Nevada’s American Indian culture from the perspective of local American Indians as well as the scientific community. The museum is also home to many other compelling artifacts from Northern Paiute author Sarah Winnemucca & renowned Washoe basket maker Dat-So-La-Lee.
Discover artifacts from ancient American Indian sites in this area northeast of Las Vegas are displayed here. The construction of the Hoover Dam in the 1930s and the subsequent creation of Lake Mead threatened to submerge these ancient treasures, which bear witness to some of Nevada’s earliest inhabitants.
63 miles northeast of Las Vegas, this park is named for its red sandstone formations. This scenic area is an important cultural area to the Southern Paiute people and examples of rock art dating back to thousands of years ago can be found at several sites within the park. The park’s Atlatl Rock area has a viewing platform that puts visitors up close to the artwork, although examples can be found throughout the park.
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