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Rockhounding Nevada
Rockhounds from novice to expert seeking agate, opal, jasper, and malachite, or searching for petrified wood and fossils, are likely to unearth these treasures in Nevada. Sparsely populated with millions of acres of accessible public lands, Nevada holds geologic wonders. The state's 94 best rockhounding sites are featured in this well-researched guidebook. Includes a list of museums of special geologic interest.    

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Best Western Mesquite Inn

Stay at this Mesquite, Nevada hotel offering convenient access to Lake Meade(55mi), Zion National .Park(70mi)and the Valley of Fire(20mi).

Whether visiting southern Nevada to explore state & National Parks or just driving through on the way to Las Vegas, the Best Western Mesquite Inn is the place to stay. Conveniently located a few minutes off Interstate 15, this Mesquite area hotel offers spacious, well-appointed guest rooms, each featuring cable satellite television with HBO and Free high-speed Internet access. Start each morning off with a complimentary continental breakfast before taking a dip in the outdoor swimming pool and hot tub. This Clark County hotel also offers free parking and limited business services. Pets are welcome with a small fee nightly fee.

Guests staying at the Best Western Mesquite Inn will enjoy golf year round at one of several local courses including Wolf Creek, Paradise Canyon and Casa Blanca courses. Within a few miles of the hotel, guests can spend the day picnicking in Pioneer Park, tour the Desert Valley Museum or enjoy an array of shops at the Brickyard Plaza. Take a quick day trip to the Zion Natl. Park, Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam or Valley of fire, all within an hour's drive. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway, just 55 miles away, hosts a variety of NASCAR events throughout the year.

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