Mormon Station State Historic Park

P.O. Box 302, Genoa, NV 89411

Mormon Station State Historic Park, located along the California Emigrant Trail in Genoa, is the site of Nevada's first permanent non-Indian settlement, established in 1851. A small log cabin museum, built in 1947, houses artifacts and displays of information from Nevada's early days. The site was once a trading post providing supplies to weary emigrants heading to California in search of gold. Today, the park includes a museum, a stockade area with several wagons, meandering pathways, individual picnic sites, and a group use pavilion. The museum at Mormon Station is open to the public Thursday through Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The park offers clean restroom facilities, eight individual picnic sites with BBQs, as well as a group use area (available for a fee by reservation only).

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