Fort Churchill State Historic Park

Silver Springs, NV

Where are we going?

Fort Churchill State Historic Park
1000 U.S. 95 Alternate
Silver Springs

(775) 577-2345

What is there to do?

Fort Churchill was once an active U.S. Army fort. Built in 1861 to provide protection for early settlers. It was abandoned nine years later, and today the ruins are preserved in a state of arrested decay. A visitor center displays information and artifacts of the fort's history. The Pony Express and the Overland Telegraph once passed through this area. Nearby is Buckland Station, a Pony Express stop, supply center, and former hotel built in 1870. Facilities at Fort Churchill State Historic Park include trails, a campground, picnic area, group-use area and access to the Carson River. Visitors can enjoy hiking, historic and environmental education, camping, picnicking, photography and canoeing. - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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