Travel Spotting: The Fly Ranch Geyser in Nevada
Do you crave adventure? Do you like sneaking onto other people’s property? Do you like phallic-shaped rock formations that spew hot water? Fly Ranch Geyser may be the perfect little-known tourist attraction for you!
Located in Washoe County, Nevada, Fly Ranch Geyser is a geothermal geyser that was created accidentally in 1916 as a result of a well-drilling. It is located on private property, so technically you aren’t supposed to climb over the fence and check it out, but I doubt that would stop me. Nature conservationists have tried several times to buy the property, but the owner just won’t sell.
If I had a few phallic shaped geysers spewing hot water and creating a natural bathtub, I am not sure if I would sell either.via ]