Austin

 

Lodging


 

B&B’s

Union Street Lodging Bed and Breakfast
4 rooms, full breakfast served
69 Union Street
P.O. Box 62
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-2364
kipndee@juno.com
unionstreetlodging.com

Paradise Ranch Castle
2 Rooms
440-781-8768
Reese River Valley
paradiseranchcastle.com

Motels

Cozy Mountain Motel
12 Rooms
40 Main Street
P.O. Box 506
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1433

Pony Canyon Motel
10 Rooms
30 Main Street
P.O. Box 209
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-2605

Lincoln Motel
17 Rooms
60 Main Street
P.O. Box 59
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-2698

RV Parks

Austin RV Park
21 Back in spaces
Showers, RV Dump
Highway 50, 244 Water Street
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1011 or 775-964-2393

Pony Express RV Park
7 pull thru and 3 back in spaces
Highway 50, 260 Main Street
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-2005

Attractions


 

Groves Lake
Travel US Route 50 to State Route 376, continue for 16 miles traveling south until turning west at the Kingston Road junction. A Forest Service road runs the 5 miles along the creek through Kingston to the lake. The roads are usually open to travel by late April or early May.

Spencer Hot Springs
Located off SR376, just east of the junction to Highway 50. Watch for the turn-off near mile marker 99, take the dirt road approximately 10 miles. The Springs are to your left.

Restaurants


 

International Café and Bar
55 Main Street
P.O. Box 134
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1225

Toiyabe Café
Hwy 50
P.O. Box 85
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-2220
toiyabe1@gmail.com

 

The Owl Club
88 Main Street
P.O. Box 329
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1333

Bars


 

International Café and Bar
55 Main Street
P.O. Box 134
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1225

The Golden Club
85 Main Street
P.O. Box 329
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1044

The Owl Club
88 Main Street
P.O. Box 329
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-1333

The Pub
90 Main Street
Austin, NV 89310
775-964-9921

 

Austin Nevada, Travel Nevada

 

Austin Nevada, Travel Nevada

 

Austin Nevada, Travel Nevada

 

 

 

 

Main Street Austin is a living document of the mining culture that created Nevada. Restaurants, B & Bs, gift shops featuring local gems and minerals, along with a few fine watering holes occupy the stone buildings. Some of the oldest churches west of the Mississippi are still standing, in a city that once had 10,000 residents, including St. Augustine’s which is being re-purposed as a Central Nevada Cultural and Community Center. A nifty visitor center is on Main Street and there are maps to the old Pony Express Stations along Highway 50 at the County building or Austin Museum. An easy bike or simple drive to Stokes Castle west of town offers an iconic Great Basin view. Get your head out of that book and plan your visit here: austinnevada.com


Austin is located on the western slopes of the Toiyabe Range at an elevation of 6605 feet. U.S. Route 50, the “Loneliest Road in America, ” passes through the town. Although rich in history, this town is not a “ghost town.” Austin’s historic Main Street has motels, bed and breakfasts, RV parks, restaurants, gas stations and unique shops to visit. Austin is home to about 200 people.

More information is available at austinnevada.com

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