Grimes Point Archaeological Area features numerous examples of prehistoric rock art visitors can view along a self - guided interpretive trail. There are signs along the trail as well as interpretive signs in the parking area explaining the geology and geography of the area and revealing what is known about the ancient people who made the rock art.
Grimes Point Archaeological Area is administered by the Nevada BLM Carson City District, Stillwater Field Office. Visitor facilities include handicapped accessible shaded picnic areas and restrooms. Grimes Point is seven miles east of Fallon, on the north side of U.S. 50.
- Welcome to Grimes Point Archaeological Area
- Grimes Point Interpretive Trail
- Great Views from the Grimes Point Interpretive Trail
- Vandalism at Grimes Point Archaeological Area
- Hidden Cave Interpretive Trail
- Petroglyphs and Caves Along Hidden Cave Interpretive Trail
- Lagomarsino Canyon
- Expansive Views at Lagomarsino Canyon
- Bighorn Sheep at Lagomarsino Canyon
- Petroglyph at Lagomarsino Canyon
- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
- Water in Red Rock Canyon
- Valley of Fire State Park