Originally posted by Yet Another Bob
: Not sure how to answer this. OK, there were really old stuff significant sites like Fort Churchill (State Park), Fort McDermitt, Fort Halleck. There were some camps along the Colorado, many now under Lake Mohave. Some of the other early stuff (Camp McGarry, Camp Winfield Scott, etc.) very little remains. At least one Fort (Fort Baker) never were staffed and were only used as misinformation for Confederate Spies. Turn of the century stuff like Spanish American War are now housing in the Carson Valley. Some of the WWII stuff like Camp Siebert is gone, replaced with homes (The only remains of this is an off-limits Machine Gun Nest on the Arizona Side of the Dam). Other WWII stuff has industrial uses (Stead, the Tonopah Air Field) or have been re-activated (Fallon, Nellis, Indian Springs). You can find some evidence of Patton's Tank Training (and Cold War training) south of Searchlight but be prepared to hike a lot to find old telephone wire, rock circle decorations and not much more. Most Cold war facilities are within restricted areas (Mellon, Watertown (AKA The Ranch), Camp Desert Rock). If your into the obscure, I can direct you to a couple of sources, the spectacular (Fort Churchill is the best, most of Halleck was sold and moved to nearby ranches), post war and black project areas try surfing the net and believe about a fifth of what is written. Like I say, I'm not sure how to answer your question so feel free direct this thread into your area of interest.