Nevada Points of Interest

HISTORIC WARD CEMETERY


The Historic Ward Cemetery is located in the Spring-Steptoe Valleys watershed of Nevada and is a popular destination for history buffs and ghost hunters alike. Established in the late 1800s, the cemetery has over 150 graves, including those of miners, pioneers, and early settlers in the area. Some of the graves are marked with elaborate headstones and monuments, while others are simple wooden crosses or unmarked graves. Visitors to the cemetery can learn about the history of the area and the people who helped shape it, as well as take in the beautiful desert scenery.

There are several reasons to visit the Historic Ward Cemetery. For one, it is a great place to learn about the history of the Spring-Steptoe Valleys watershed and the people who lived there. Additionally, the cemetery is a popular destination for ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts, who believe that the spirits of the deceased still haunt the area. Some even claim to have seen apparitions or experienced other unexplained phenomena while visiting the cemetery. Regardless of your reasons for visiting, the Historic Ward Cemetery is a unique and interesting destination that offers a fascinating glimpse into Nevada's past. Get driving directions.
HISTORIC WARD CEMETERY

Points of Interest
Location
AURUM CEMETERY
DUCK CREEK BASIN RECEATION AREA
EGAN CANYON HISTORIC CEMETERY
GARNET HILL RECREATION AREA
HISTORIC WARD CEMETERY
HISTORIC WARD TOWNSITE
MURPHY WASH CABIN RECREATION SITE
OSCEOLA HISTORIC CEMETERY

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Ward Mountain 29 7,350 ft
Ward Charcoal Ovens State Park 14 7,062 ft