Gold Reef Nevada
Gold Reef Nevada Overview
Gold Reef was a mining camp located in Esmeralda County, Nevada.
In the summer of 1909, a gold strike was made and a camp was established by October that included a store, cafe, and a saloon. Unfortunately, the camp did survive the year.
Learn more about Ghost Town in Nevada and Ghost Towns in the Southwest.
37° 57′ 57.76″ N, 117° 12′ 58.29″ W
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- Paher, Stanley. Nevada Ghost Towns and Mining Camps, Howell-North Books, 1970, p. 385
- United States Geological Survey – Gold Reef Nevada