Mormon Station State Historic Park

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Mormon Station State Historic Park

2295 Main Street, Genoa, NV, United States, Nevada, USA 89411
Mormon Station was originally a trading post established during the 1849 Gold Rush as a place for California-bound travelers to rest and purchase supplies before tackling the Sierra Nevada.  It was the first permanent non-native settlement in Nevada and was later renamed Genoa.  The park features exhibits in the museum and stockade as well as a pavilion and picnic area.
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Phone: (775) 782-2590

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