Marietta Wild Horse and Burro RangeAdd to my Trip Planner
This 68,000-acre range in Nevada is the country’s only dedicated habitat for wild burros. It’s home to approximately 85 burros, which roam freely near the ruins of the historic Nevada mining town of Marietta. The range is in a remote but spectacular area of western Nevada, just north of the state’s highest mountain, Boundary Peak.
Getting There: Visitors from southern Nevada drive past Tonopah on the way to Hawthorne before turning off on State Route 360 to find a graded dirt road leading into the burro range.
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