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Panaca is a small city in Southern Nevada.


Gambling and alcohol are illegal. it was founded as a Mormon colony in 1864. The town has not changed much ever since.

Get in[edit]

Panaca is located in the remote desert of Nevada at the crossroads of U.S. 53 and Highway 319. Panaca is about an hour and a half west of Cedar City, Utah, and three hours north of Las Vegas.

Get around[edit]

See[edit][add listing]

  • Court Rock. A distinctive hill/rock formation that was used as a jail until 1871. (37.79399,-114.38748) edit

Do[edit][add listing]

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Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Cindy Sooz Country Kitchen, 503 Main Street, 775-728-4800.  edit

Drink[edit][add listing]

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Pine Tree Inn, 412 N Third Street, 775-728-4675, [1]. A bed and breakfast that also houses a bakery and offers horseback riding and ATV guided tours. $70-85.  edit

Get out[edit]

  • Rachel, the closest city to Area 51.
  • Beaver Dam State Park, (South on U.S. 93, east on Beaver Dam Rd.), 775-728-4460 (), [2]. Beaver Dam State Park is the most remote park in the Nevada system, located 34 miles southeast of Panaca. It is a wild area of forests, canyons, streams, and, of course, beaver dams. Activities include fishing, camping, and hiking. $14 per vehicle.  edit
  • Cathedral Gorge State Park, (1 mile north on U.S. 93, west on Cathedral Gorge State Park Road), 775-728-4460 (), [3]. Cathedral Gorge is a fun gorge of benzonite clay that has been eroded into tall formation. Visitors can wander inside the benzonite formations, which change frequently due to the weather. The park offers a Dutch oven cook-off in September. $7 per vehicle.  edit

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