The byway begins at the Marzen House Museum in Lovelock on the southwest side of town just off I-80. Lovelock Cave yielded thousands of artifacts, including the famous Lovelock Cave duck decoys, baskets and textiles that are now held in museums throughout the United States. Best during the summer and early fall.
Built in 1880, it is the only remaining station in a series of residential No. 2 style, two-story station houses built along the Southern Pacific Railroad.
The Lazy K RV Park is a perfect place to enjoy some peace and quiet. Lovelock used to be a little old train town, and now it has grown bigger than just a train town. The park has trees everywhere. The trees make a canopy shading the entire park. Do not worry about cable because they have cable with all of the pull thru's and all of the full hook up sites. They also have a Cafe/Deli, Bar, General Store, Laundry and Showers, and a Game Room (for the kids.)
Lovers from around the world lock their love in Lovelock following the ancient Chinese custom of placing a lock on a never-ending chain. More than 1,000 locks adorn Lovers Lock Plaza, located behind the Lovelock courthouse.
Enjoy Valentine's Day, and President's Day weekend, watching colorful and graceful hot air balloons glide along the bright blue sky.