Nevada Points of Interest

Gold Butte Kiosk


The Gold Butte Kiosk is located in a remote area of the Lake Mead watershed in Nevada and serves as an information center for visitors to the Gold Butte National Monument. The kiosk provides a wealth of information on the area's unique geology, flora, and fauna. The kiosk also features interactive exhibits that highlight the cultural and historic significance of the region, including displays on the Native American tribes that have lived in the area for thousands of years.

Visitors to the Gold Butte Kiosk can explore the surrounding wilderness and see a variety of unique geological formations, including the towering red sandstone cliffs of the Virgin Mountains and the colorful sandstone and limestone formations of the Gold Butte region. The area is also home to a diverse array of wildlife, including desert bighorn sheep, mountain lions, and coyotes. Hiking, camping, and wildlife watching are popular activities in this rugged, remote region, and the Gold Butte Kiosk is the perfect starting point for a memorable outdoor adventure. Get driving directions.
GOLD BUTTE KIOSK

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