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My name is David Parscal. Dan Tams and I own a ranch In a beautiful valley, at the base of Blue Mountain. We will be at the ranch this weekend. We offer owner financing on these parcels. There is legal access to every parcel. Without legal access, you cannot build on your property. We have no building regulations, we encourage campers, RV's, trailers, mobile homes, it's your land. There is a gravel road system providing access to every parcel. This rich soil will grow almost anything. We also own the Blue Mountain Ranch gravel pit. Our customers have unlimited use of this gravel to improve their property at no charge. We have fantastic views in every direction. There is also abundant wildlife roaming the property. Blue Mountain Ranch is .25 miles off HWY 49 locally known as Jungo Rd. only 12 miles from downtown Winnemucca. 10, 20 & 40 acre lots available.
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Area Information
Welcome to Winnemucca, NV the Crossroads of the West.
Our high desert city is full of classic charm. Our historic downtown area is interspersed with delightful boutiques, restaurants, pubs and the hometown businesses that serve our community.

Winnemucca is a great jumping-off point for many types of outdoor recreation. Nearby are fabulous hiking, hunting and biking trails, as well as miles of ATV and off-road adventure trails. In town, there are over 1,000 hotel rooms, several diverse restaurants, casino gaming, and plenty of other opportunities for fun.

Winnemucca has never laid claim to being the oldest settlement in the state, but its location has been more or less continuously occupied since about 1830 when beaver trappers like Peter Ogden established a camp here on what they called Mary's River.

Twenty years later, when westward bound wagon trains began using the Humboldt Trail, the trading post on the southern bank of the river at Graveley Ford came to be called Frenchmans Ford, and by 1863 when it was renamed for the last time, in honor of the principal Paiute chief of the region, a rough settlement had grown up along the river bank.

Winnemucca Fast Facts

Elevation: 4,299
Location: North-central Nevada on the Humboldt River in the southeast corner of Humboldt County
Reno- 167 miles West
Boise, ID- 267 miles Northwest
Salt Lake City, UT- 366 miles East
Population: 7,646 within city limits; 18,052 within Humboldt County
Major Industries:
Cattle and sheep Ranching
Gold and silver mining
Various agricultural industries
Average temperature in January: High 42/Low 17
Average temperature in July: High 93/ Low 51
Average annual rainfall: 8.23 inches
Average annual snowfall: 22 inches
1,150 hotel rooms and 4 RV parks; See List of Accommodations
Winnemucca Convention Center- 26,000 square feet
Winnemucca Events Complex- featuring a 96,000 square foot facility ; See List of Facilities
14 restaurants/cafes, 4 Basque restaurants and 13 fast-food restaurants. See Dining Establishments

5 major casinos with gaming tables and slot machines

2 major highways, municipal airport, Amtrak, Greyhound
Maps and Getting Here
Winnemucca Convention & Visitors Authority
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