Grantsville was established in the 1870s and eventually reached a population of around 1,000. There is not much left of the town, other than a few buildings and the stone walls of several dugouts. There are many foundations for the mill site, as well as the tailings.
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Grantsville is east of Gabbs, Nevada, and just south of Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park.
Map Coordinates (NAD83): 38 50.705N; 117 34.516W
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There are no camping facilities at this site.
There are no established hiking trails at this site.