Elko County, located in the northeast corner of Nevada, is the
fourth largest county in the continental United States. Miles and
miles of sagebrush give way to scenic spots, such as Lamoille
Canyon and the Ruby Mountains, and locals are proud of this
ruggedly beautiful land. Although the county's area is vast, there
are only 2.5 people per square mile, and almost 90 percent of the
land is owned by the federal government. The major towns in Elko
County were established in the late 1860s, when the railroad
arrived and brought ranching and mining jobs to the area. In the
1930s, Elko County began attracting big-name entertainment and also
became a destination for gaming, and those traditions continue
today. With its rich heritage and unique, high-desert landscapes,
Elko County is considered one of the last frontiers of the Old
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