Berlin’s a true ghost town – with a prehistoric past. The Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park, established 1957, preserves North America’s most abundant concentration of Ichthyosaur fossils (a marine reptile that lived 90 million years ago.)
Visitors also have the chance to tour a mining town that retains the rustic ruggedness it did back when it was operational in the 19th century. Established in 1863, tour Berlin and get a glimpse of what life was like in the hardscrabble times of the old west.
For such a small community, Gabbs offers a wide spectrum of diversions – everything from golf to ghosts.
A few miles away from Berlin, Gabbs is home to Sandy Bottom, a truly unique, all-sand golf course. Gabbs is also a good base camp for touring nearby ghost towns like Ione and Grantsville.