Nevada Land for Sale

  • 1 Acres in Nevada

    $19,950, 1 Acres , 8750 Highway 95a, Silver Springs, NV, Lyon, Nevada

    Located on Highway 95a, with access from Badger St. and possible access from the highway.

  • 1.5 Acres in Nevada

    $6,995, 1.5 Acres , 11800 Union Valley Road, Pershing, Nevada

    Zero Interest Financing! Everyone Qualifies!!! Own land in the Humboldt River Ranches o

  • 10 Acres in Nevada

    $1,950, 10 Acres , , Elko, Nevada

    This beautiful 10 acre property is miles from any neighbors, yet has 2 different roads tha

  • 10 Acres in Nevada

    $3,950, 10 Acres , , Elko, Nevada

    10 acres of beautiful vacant land near Montello. The panoramic mountain view opens up unli

  • 2 Acres in Nevada

    $6,950, 2 Acres , , Elko, Nevada

    This beautiful 2 acre lot sits only 1.5 miles from the Shore of South Fork Reservoir. This

  • 2.06 Acres in Nevada

    $2,475, 2.06 Acres , , Elko, Nevada

    This 2 Acre property located in the Twin River Ranchos subdivision is perfectly situated o

  • 80 Acres in Nevada

    $25,000, 80 Acres , Jungo road, Humboldt, Nevada

    winnemucca jungo road Land * Real Estate 2 - 41 acre parcels Remote North of Jungo

  • 2.27 Acres in Nevada

    $4,900, 2.27 Acres , LOT 7, MEADOW VALLEY, Elko, Nevada

    MEADOW VALLEY LOT 7 2.27 Acres Meadow Valley Ranchos Unit 2 subdivision is located in

  • 2.3 Acres in Nevada

    $3,999, 2.3 Acres , 6652 North Point Dr, Elko, Nevada

    2.3 Acres in Elko County for $3,999!! Contact us Today!! Or BUY NOW On our website!! A

  • 20.66 Acres in Nevada

    $79,000, 20.66 Acres , Peavine Peak road, Washoe, Nevada

    Reno Nevada Peavine mountain Land * Real Estate Golden Fleece Peavine Mountain

  • 3.3 Acres in Nevada

    $7,999, 3.3 Acres , Chips Rd., Humboldt, Nevada

    3.3 Acres in Humboldt County Nevada for only $7,999 Dirt Road Frontage!! Close Access T

  • 320 Acres in Nevada

    $79,000, 320 Acres , , , Nevada

    320 Acres Nevada Mountains Beowawe-Crescent Valley area SIZE: 320+/- acres APN

  • 39.65 Acres in Nevada

    $17,900, 39.65 Acres , , Humboldt, Nevada

    Sale Pending

    This 39.65 acre parcel is situated near the base of Blue Mountain in Humboldt County Nevad

  • 4.04 Acres in Nevada

    $1,900, 4.04 Acres , , Eureka, Nevada

    Crescent Valley Nevada land Land * Real Estate South of Crescent Valley SIZE: 4.

  • 40 Acres in Nevada

    $11,999, 40 Acres , Unnamed Road, Humboldt, Nevada

    40 Acres in Humboldt County for $11,999!! 20 min to Winnemucca! Contact us Today!! Or BU

  • 40.43 Acres in Nevada

    $9,800, 40.43 Acres , Midas Road, Humboldt, Nevada

    Humboldt County Nevada Land * Real Estate 40 Acres just off Midas Road SIZE: 40


Nevada

The most famous landowner in Nevada has been widower Ben Cartwright who ran the Ponderosa Ranch with his three sons (all by different wives) on NBC's iconic western drama, Bonanza. The Ponderosa spread across 937 square miles of timberland on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, North America's largest alpine lake that straddles the Nevada border with California. The landscape was so enticing it lured the show off its Hollywood soundstage to film on location and the Nevada set was a popular tourist attraction for decades after the series wound up in 1973.

Viewers of the fourteen seasons of Bonanza would find it difficult to reconcile the verdant Ponderosa with the reality of Nevada that is virtually all semi-arid desert. Route 50 that traverses the central part of the state through the Great Basin has been tagged "The Loneliest Road in America" for its desolation. These "lonely lands" offer affordable land to bargain hunters in the northern Nevada counties of Humboldt, Lander and Elko.

Nevada has been called the Silver State ever since the Comstock Lode was uncovered in 1859 and made the nearby town of Virginia City the richest on earth. More than 85% of Nevada land is public and metal detecting is still a popular activity here. Others value the open country for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Nevada is the driest state in America, averaging less than seven inches of rain per year so outdoor plans are rarely scuttled.

Come winter Nevadans pursue their passions in the Sierra Nevada mountains where enough snow falls that Squaw Valley was tabbed to host the 1960 Winter Olympics. Nevada boasts 172 mountain summits with 2,000 feet of prominence, more than any state in the Lower 48. Those peaks support 15 full-service ski resorts and over 500 square miles of virgin snow for backcountry adventures.

All of that and Las Vegas too.