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Mormon Station State Historic Park
Known as Nevada's "first permanent non-native settlement," the Mormon Station State Historic Park is located in the northern Nevada town of Genoa. The park originally served as a resting area for Mormon pioneers heading west along the California Trail in the 1800s.
Today, visitors of the Mormon pioneer settlement will see a replica of the original 1851 trading post stockade, that now serves as an informative museum, as well as enjoying picnics in the group pavilion. The park and museum are just a short drive from Gardnerville and is maintained by the Western Nevada Region of Nevada State Parks.
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