For fans of classic Western films and cowboy enthusiasts, there’s nothing like a good old ghost town in the Nevada desert. Located near the Nevada-California border in Esmeralda County, the quaint town transfers visitors to relive the era of the old wild west, with authentic buildings rich in history. Known as a silver mining camp in the early 1860’s, Gold Point was gradually bought up by Herb Robbins and Walt Kremin in the 1970’s, after striking a lucrative jackpot in Vegas. It is now fully refurbished and open for visitors to have a taste of the good old times.