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Kyle Ranch  (Kiel)
Kyle Ranch, originally a very large ranch sprawling over many areas in and around Las Vegas. Today, what remains is the oldest standing building in Las Vegas. The ranch was established by Conrad Kiel in 1875 and was one of the only two major ranches in the Las Vegas Valley until the turn of the century.  The San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad purchased the ranch in 1903 and later sold it to Las Vegas banker John S. Park, who built the elegant white mansion. Subsequent owners included Edwin Taylor (1924-39),  and Edwin Losee (1939-58), who was responsible for developing the Boulderado Dude Ranch, a popular residence for divorce seekers.  

In the late 1950's, business declined and the ranch was sold. In 1976, 26 acres of the original ranch were purchased jointly by the City of North Las Vegas and its Bicentennial Committee as a historic project.

It is located in North Las Vegas, just off Losee Road on the northeast corner of Carey Ave and Commerce Street. The non pretentious stone and wood ranch house and nearby white shed stand proudly as a piece of Las Vegas area history. In the 1870's, the entire valley was little more than a railroad stop and a few ranches rather than gambling.

Enjoy a little American history, it takes less than five minutes driving time from downtown Las Vegas.

No admission charge

National Register: 75001107 (10/6/1975)



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