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Nevada State Route 208

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State Route 208 marker

State Route 208
Topaz/Yerington Road
Nevada State Route 208 begins near the California border, and runs east-northeast to Lyon County before heading north to Yerington
State Route 208, highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NDOT
Length37.893 mi[1] (60.983 km)
Major junctions
West end US 395 near Topaz Lake
East end
US 95 Alt. in Yerington
Highway system
  • Highways in Nevada
SR 207I‑215

State Route 208 (SR 208) is a state highway within the counties of Douglas and Lyon in Nevada, United States. It connects U.S. Route 395 (US 395) north of Topaz Lake to U.S. Route 95 Alternate in Yerington. The road serves as the primary transportation corridor of Smith Valley and is Main street in Yerington. The route was originally a portion of State Route 3.

Route description

View eastbound along SR 208 in Lyon County
View eastbound along SR 208 in Lyon County
Route 208 following Wilson Canyon of the Walker River near Yerington
Route 208 following Wilson Canyon of the Walker River near Yerington

The character of the highway gradually changes descending from the foothills of the Sierra Nevada into high desert, finally reaching the agricultural communities of Smith and Mason Valleys. The highway begins at a junction with US 395 in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, at the junction with Nevada highway 208, at the hamlet of Holbrook Junction.[2] The highway descends out of the Sierra into Smith Valley. Once reaching the valley the road joins the route of the West Walker River, which the highway follows from this point on. The highway departs Smith Valley via the river, using Wilson Canyon to connect with Mason Valley,[2] another agricultural valley in the otherwise arid deserts of Nevada.

Inside Mason Valley the road forks, with route 208 serving the east side of the valley and route 339 serving the west. Shortly after the split is where the West and East Walker Rivers merge to form the Walker River. Both roads lead to Yerington, straddling each side of the river. In Yerington, Route 208 serves as Main Street. The route terminates at the north end of Yerington where traffic defaults onto southbound U.S. Route 95 Alternate.[2]


This is one of the oldest highways in Nevada. The route was first part of the lesser used Sonora Pass branch of the California Trail.[2] The route appeared as a highway on maps since at least as far back as 1919.[3] The highway was first numbered as a portion of State Route 3, a designation in use by 1929. The State Route 3 designation extended from Reno to the California state line in Fish Lake Valley west of Lida. This route is drivable today as U.S. Route 395 Alternate, State Route 529 and U.S. Route 395 to the modern terminus of Route 208. It extended past Yerington via what is now U.S. Route 95 Alternate, U.S. Route 95 and SR 266.[4]

During the late 1970s and early 1980s the state of Nevada renumbered most state routes. The 1978 edition of the Nevada Highways map was the first to use both the 3 and 208 designations,[5] with the 1982 edition the first to use only the 208 designation.[6]

Major intersections

Note: Mileposts in Nevada reset at county lines; the start and end mileposts for each county are given in the county column.

Holbrook Junction0.000.00 US 395 – Gardnerville, Topaz Lake
11.6 SR 823 (Colony District Road)
Wellington23.2 SR 829 to SR 338 – Bridgeport
Smith SR 338 – Bridgeport
SR 824 (Day Lane) / SR 825 (Gage Road)
SR 339 north – Mason, Yerington
SR 827 – Mason
Yerington SR 340 west (Bridge Street)
US 95 Alt. – Silver Springs, Hawthorne
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


Route map:

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  1. ^ Planning Division (January 2018). "State Maintained Highways of Nevada: Descriptions and Maps". Nevada Department of Transportation. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d Nevada Road and Recreation Atlas (Map). 1:250000. Benchmark Maps. 2003. pp. 54–55, 62–63. ISBN 0-929591-81-X.
  3. ^ State of Nevada Department of Highways (1919). Road Map of the State of Nevada (Map). State of Nevada Department of Highways. Retrieved February 19, 2018 – via Mary B. Ansari Map Library, University of Nevada, Reno.
  4. ^ State of Nevada Department of Highways (1929). Highway Map State of Nevada (Map). State of Nevada Department of Highways. Retrieved February 19, 2018 – via Mary B. Ansari Map Library, University of Nevada, Reno.
  5. ^ Nevada State Highway Department (1978). Official Highway Map of Nevada (Map) (1978-79 ed.). Carson City: Nevada State Highway Department. § D1. Retrieved February 19, 2018 – via Mary B. Ansari Map Library, University of Nevada, Reno.
  6. ^ Nevada Department of Transportation (1982). Official Highway Map of Nevada (Map). Carson City: Nevada Department of Transportation. § D1. Retrieved February 19, 2018 – via Mary B. Ansari Map Library, University of Nevada, Reno.
  7. ^ Location Division (2017). NDOT Maintenance Districts and Mileposts (Map). Nevada Department of Transportation. Retrieved February 18, 2018.
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