Elko County, Nevada Land Information
Expanding across an enormous 17,203 square miles, Elko County is known as the fourth largest county in the United States. Elko is not only home to the Owyhee Desert, but also to Pilot Peak, the highest mountain in the Pilot Range. Elko provides a range of amenities and activities for its 52,000 residents. In addition to the casinos and resorts that grace the county, Elko provides a host of amenities that the whole family can enjoy. Lamoille Lake is just one of many that provide various swimming and boating activities, while Wild Horse Reservoir highlights excellent camping and fishing opportunities. Land for sale in Elko County, Nevada, recently totaled more than $126 million and approximately 74,000 acres. The county ranks second in the state based on the overall acres for sale here. Land And Farm data indicates there was a three percent drop compared to April based on the amount of Elko County land and property listings for sale. Elko County is one of the ten largest counties in Nevada (17,202 square miles). Elko County is in Nevada's Northeastern Nevada region. Most farming activity in Elko County is focused on crop production. Economically speaking, Elko County's is largely dependent on mining and mineral extraction-related businesses and services. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in Nevada
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