White Pine County, Nevada
NevadaUtah
Millard County, Utah

Explore the remote region of the Great Basin

The Great Basin National Heritage Area is the epitome of remote destinations with the Great Basin National Park, hundreds of miles of ATV trails, and numerous natural attractions. Explore the wide open spaces, travel uncrowded trails, and experience some of the darkest night skies in the country.

Outdoor adventure not on the ticket? The historical and cultural attractions in this region of the Great Basin range from the World War II museum honoring the Topaz Internment Camp to the Nevada Northern Railway to the Territorial Statehouse.

The Great Basin National Heritage Area is an intriguing blend of historical attractions with expansive opportunities for outdoor recreation. The traditions of the Great Basin remain strong, and the pioneering spirit of the communities dotting this landscape is its signature asset.

Timeline History of the Great Basin National Heritage Area

The highlight of the Great Basin National Heritage Area's efforts is the preservation and promotion of the rich history in this region. The Heritage Area has collaborated with many area organizations to fund more than X number of projects with X number of grant dollars.

Apply for a grant with the Great Basin National Heritage Area

Through partnerships with local organizations, Great Basin National Heritage Area grant funds are used to preserve and promote ares of historical and cultural significance. Grant applications open once a year, and small grant opportunities are available on a rolling basis.

Things to do in the Great Basin National Heritage Area

The Great Basin National Heritage Area is a treasure trove of outdoor recreation, historical sites, musuems, and natural attractions. Home to the Great Basin National Park, the Utah Territorial Statehouse, and the Nevada Northern Railway. Explore the West, go on an adventure!