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Dayton State Park, Dayton

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Desert · Hidden Gem · State Park
Dayton State Park is a 152-acre (62 ha) public recreation area in the town of Dayton, Nevada, USA. The state park preserves the site of the Rock Point Stamp Mill, which was built in 1861 to process silver ore mined from the Comstock Lode.
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  • Guys, take some time for this one next to the restrooms there is an Eagle Scout BSA project that meanders through sagebrush and spits you out at a tunnel that takes you under the highway so that you.....  more »
  • This was my first time there. Had a family bbq after a memorial service. It worked out great for our needs. Only slightly disappointing thing was the water spigot in the group area was shut off, so we had to go to the campground portion to fill the water balloons. Nothing huge, just inconvenient.
  • Very small right next to a loud busy road. At times felt like we were in a homeless camp as yearly state park pass holders seem to just move from state park to state park. The dump station was out and all paths and trails overgrown. It's sad to see the decline in state park funding. On the upside the host Russ was very informative and had a great sense of humor!

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