Enaville
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Originally established as a lumber community on the Union Pacific Railroad, Enaville became a supply center for local miners and sportsmen during the 1880s. The community honors the memory of Princess Ena, Queen Victoria’s daughter who later held the Queen of Spain title. Today, the small town’s most recognizeable attraction is its “resort.” Previously known as the Snake Pit, Josie’s, and the Clark Hotel, the building served as a saloon, depot, hotel, and house of ill-repute before achieving its current use as a family restaurant.

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