Soldier Meadows Ranch and Lodge

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Mile 50, Soldier Meadows Rd.
Gerlach 89412

775-849-1666
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Types: Bed & Breakfasts  

Located only 3 hours North of Reno, Nevada, the Historic Soldier Meadows Ranch begins at the Black Rock Desert as its Southern tip, then runs North all the way to the Charles Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge. Bordered on the West by the Calico Mountain Range and its East by the Black Rock Mountain Range, Soldier Meadows Ranch contains true desert, hundreds of acres of Natural Meadows, Mountains, Steep Canyons, Rock Formations, several year around streams, along with numerous Hot,Warm, and Ice Cold Crystal Clear Springs. With a mile of frontage on Summit lake, and hundreds of miles of Roads and Trails, It is known to all who visit here as one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in the world... a place to which most visitors return over and over again.

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