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Baldy Nevada

Step back in time and discover the hidden secrets of Baldy, an intriguing ghost town nestled in the rugged terrain of Esmeralda County, Nevada.

With a rich mining history and the remnants of a once-thriving community, Baldy offers a fascinating glimpse into the past.

From its establishment to its deserted state, we unveil the mysteries of this captivating town and invite you to explore its forgotten treasures.

Baldy Nevada

Baldy Nevada Overview

Baldy, a lesser-known ghost town in Esmeralda County, Nevada, was once a prosperous mining hub.

Today, visitors can explore its fascinating history, which includes a variety of mines, historic structures, and other remnants of its past.

Detailed information about Baldy is scarce.

Learn more about Ghost Town in Nevada and Ghost Towns in the Southwest.

Year Established/Founded

Baldy Nevada History

The town of Baldy was established around the gold and silver mining industry in Esmeralda County. However, specific information on the origin of the name Baldy is not known.


The exact dates for Baldy’s historical events are not available, but here are some notable events in its history:

  • Establishment of the town (year unknown) as a mining hub.
  • The growth and eventual decline of the mining industry led to the town’s abandonment.


Specific names of mines and their respective commodities are not available in the database for Baldy.


No information is available on whether any railroads served the town of Baldy or the names of such railroads.

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Post Office

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No information is available about any newspaper that may have been published in Baldy.

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The Population of Baldy Nevada

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Baldy is located in Esmeralda County, Nevada. The exact location within the county is not known.

GPS Coordinates

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References Used

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