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Spring Mt. Ranch State Park
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The Spring Mt. Ranch State Park is a location in the Mojave Wasteland located north of the Tribal village.


As you approach, you will most likely be attacked by swarms of giant mantises and a few cazadors a little to the west-north west of the lake. You will also find quite a few grazing bighorners, most of which are hostile if you get too close. Around the lake are small patches of green bushes and several lush and healthy trees. Just in front of the lake is a burned-down house, with some corrals and some minor loot in the dresser.

To the north-east is another destroyed house. Enter the cellar to the Great Khan armory. Workbench and reloading benches are located in the basement. If you are friendly with the Great Khans you can trade with the armorer.


  • Strangely, If you look southwest from the burned house you will see a group of plants, if you manage to get near it and level with them you can see that there is a small pond but there is no way to get to it. There is a little path of invisible land in the sky you can walk on that goes around it.


Spring Mt. Ranch State Park appears in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

  • Spring Mt. Ranch State Park is a reference to the actual park of the same name located in Blue Diamond, Nevada just southwest of Las Vegas.[1] Spring mountain is a reference to the Spring mountains on the border of Nevada and California.[2]