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Three Creek is located in Owyhee County, and is a ghost town. Other than Stone General Store, the town has died and diappeared. Three Creek is 29.5 miles north of Jarbidge, NV, and is best reached by 4WD or through nearby Murphy Hot Springs Airport.

Another way to reach it is as Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid did in 1900, on horseback, on their way to and from a bank robbery in Nevada.


Transportation Murphy Hot Springs Airport |

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