Ely District Office

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The Cattle Camp Loop well is located south of Ely


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BLM Ely District Office, 702 North Industrial Way, Ely, NV 89301


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The Ely District encompasses 12 million acres in eastern Nevada including White Pine County, Lincoln County and a small portion of Nye County. Much of the District is representative of the Great Basin with large expanses of rolling sagebrush and grasses. Pinyon and juniper forests gradually give way to aspen and fir stands at the higher elevations. Pronghorn antelope, mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, wild horses and domestic cattle and sheep are a few of the larger animals you might see in this area. The southern region includes species uniquely adapted to the Mojave Desert, including desert tortoise, kit fox, roadrunners or desert bighorn sheep. Some of the desert plants are yucca, cholla cacti and Joshua trees. Whether you are here to hike, fish, hunt or simply to enjoy the scenery, wildlife or wide-open spaces, we urge you to explore the many wonders of our district. Stop in and see us at our Ely District Office or visit the Caliente Field Office.

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Links of Interest

BLM Ely District Office
702 N. Industrial Way  |  HC 33 Box 33500  |  Ely NV 89301
Phone: 775-289-1800  |  Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm M-F

Caliente Field Office
US Highway 93, Building #1  |  P.O. Box 237  |  Caliente NV 89008
Phone: 775-726-8100  |  Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:15 pm M-F