Midas, Nevada is more hunting camp than ghost town. The community has created a historic section of the town that is very photogenic. All photos are of authentic historic buildings. This photos is of the old blacksmith building.
Midas is a small unincorporated community in Elko County, Nevada. Although its population has fluctuated greatly over the years and it often appears on ghost town lists, it has never been completely abandoned.In June 1907, James McDuffy discovered gold at the base of Owyhee Bluffs in Elko County, Nevada. Two towns, Gold Circle and Summit, were quickly created. Summit disappeared in 1909 and the federal government changed the name of Gold Circle to Midas. A post office was established at Midas in 1907, and remained in operation until 1942. The town was re-named in honor of King Midas from Greek mythology.
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