Historic Stone Cabin Tours

Spring Valley State Park

In 1864, Mormon pioneers settled in what is now Spring Valley State Park. The first weeks were difficult for the pioneers, as they lived in their wagons until homes were built. Some of these homes, including the Stone Cabin, still stand today, and are prime examples of the craftsmanship of the late 1800s.

WHAT: Historic Stone Cabin Tours

WHEN: The first Saturday of the month: June (6/1/19), July (7/6/19), August (8/3/19) and September (9/7/19). From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: The Historic Stone Cabin at Spring Valley State Park

COST:  Tours are free of charge, however donations are appreciated. Park entrance fee is $5.00 per vehicle.                                                             

CONTACT: Jordan Adams, 775-962-5102, jadams@parks.nv.gov

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