The Ruby Hill Mine is located on the Battle Mountain/Eureka gold trend, which is less than one mile away from the town of Eureka, NV. In 2013, the Mine producted over 90,000 ounces of gold. Schedule your guided tour today and get a first rate glimpse of this fascinating area!
The welcoming Eureka Gold Country Inn is conveniently located on Highway 50, the main drag through town. You're sure to have a comfortable and restorative stay, as the property offers exceptionally clean rooms, a friendly staff, and newly remodeled suites. Also, take advantage of the recently remodeled breakfast area complete with free breakfast! When staying at the Eureka Gold Country Inn, be sure to take advantage of free high-speed internet, outdoor swimming and hot tub, and excellent exercise facilities.
Located in historic Eureka, Nevada, the Eureka Bed and Breakfast provides a cozy and relaxing retreat from city life. Sit in one of our front porch rockers and watch our resident deer eat apples from the trees. This Victorian house was built in 1886 and sits on a hill overlooking the town of Eureka.
Rooms are decorated in authentic Victorian fastion with one queen-sized bed or one king-sized bed, with private bathrooms. Your stay will also include a delicious full breakfast with freshly baked breads!
Singer John Ford Coley is classically trained on piano and an avid guitarist.
Treat yourself to a night in opulence in the magificently restored Jackson House Hotel, in the heart of downtown Eureka. Offering 9 luxurious rooming options, the hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of most conveniences in town, like another spectacular historical wonder, the Eureka Opera House which is just next door to the Jackson House Hotel.