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In November we had eight site's electricity upgraded; two of which are now 50 AMP!
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WELLS MUNICIPAL INDOOR SWIMMING POOL
From 6Street turn South (toward I-80) on Shoshone Ave. 715 First Street/ 775-752-3956
WELLS PUBLIC PARK
Picnic tables, bathrooms, kids swing and jungle gym, baseball and football field, horseshoe pit, basketball court, etc.
13 miles from Wells, NV. Take Humboldt Avenue south, turn right at the Angel Lake sign (just south of I-80), follow road to Angel Lake. Picnic tables and restrooms available.
The road is steep and winding and is not recommended for vehicles pulling trailers or heavy motor homes. The upper Angel Lake road closes from the end of October through Memorial Day weekend.
CALIFORNIA TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTER
395 6th Street. Wells, Nevada. Relive life as a pioneer on the California Trail. Artifacts, tours and gift shop.
HOLE IN THE MOUNTAIN
Take HWY 93 south for 6.4 miles, turn right at Clover Valley, continue for 8.5 miles until you reach the Weeks access road by the cemetery. You can drive about 3 miles and then hike the rest of the way.
METROPOLIS GHOST TOWN
15.2 miles from Wells, NV. Turn left on 8th Street, continue for 12.7 miles, take the first left after you cross over the cattle grate, drive 2.5 miles.
OLD TOWN WELLS (destroyed by 2007 6.0 Earthquake)
Lake & 7th Street, Wells, NV. The historical main street was constructed in 1876 & 1920 and served as the center for business and recreation. Jack Dempsey, the famous boxer, worked as a bouncer for one of the local saloons. The Coryell house is the oldest standing structure in Wells. It was built in 1879, and can be seen at the corner of Lake Ave. & 9th Street. Some of the houses in Wells were constructed of railroad ties, and examples of these can be found on 8th & 9th Streets.
From 6 Street turn South (toward I-80) on Lake Avenue
|Posted on October 8, 2013 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
I don't know what it is about RV people but they are some of the happiest and most enjoyable people I know, even after a long ride in their RV. I love hearing their story of RVing etc. Here is what one of our customers had to say about their stay with us...
"When we pulled up we didn't know what to expect but soon found the office & showers were immaculate & nicely decorated. Appreciated the table & chairs by the electric outlet. Great job, Linda!" We enjoyed the trip, that you suggested, up to Angel Lake. Saw several groups of hunters. Aspens were beautiful. The lake reminded me of a huge bowl that God had placed in an unusual place to catch rainwater.
"Thank you for making our day with the conversation & recommendations of things to do in the area, as well as a pleasant stay in the park."
|Posted on June 12, 2013 at 7:55 PM||comments (0)|
We hope you enjoy your stay! Here are a few things you can do during your stay in Wells!
Trail of the 49ers Interpretive Center will tell you about the history of Wells along with other neat stories of surrounding areas. Visit www.trailofthe49ers.org for more information.
Drive down main street in Wells to view our historic front street. A 6.0 earthquake in 2008 destroyed many of the buildings, however, much of their unique history can still be seen!
Wells City Pool. Our new pool, located on Shoshone, just had their grand opening. The old pool was destroyed in the 2008 earthquake and a new indoor pool was built in its place!
The 28th annual RUN TO ANGEL LAKE will held on September 7th. Angel Lake is located just 13 miles away where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery while fishing or hiking.
For an area map, list of restaurants, stores and other locations visit www.wellsnevada.com