Grasshopper Junction is located on southbound Highway 93, just four miles west of Chloride (across the highway from Route 125).
Built over half a century ago by a former prominent Chloride businessman, today, Grasshopper Junction offers a clean and welcomed stop in desert whether you're traveling north to Boulder City and Las Vegas or south to Kingman, AZ and beyond.
The Grasshopper Junction Deli is open seven days a week serving fresh, made-to-order breakfast and lunch selections. The mini-mart is a one-stop shop for souveniers, snacks, toiletries and more.
Stop in on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday for a party-for-your-tastebuds at FAT TONY'S and enjoy what the locals do - authentic New York-style pizza and a variety of other real pizzeria favorites!
GRASSHOPPER JUNCTION - It's service, good food and a clean place to rest... all with a smile and, pleasant conversation if you're seeking some upbeat interaction.
In June of 1959, Grasshopper Junction was a subject of the hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Radiation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.
The population at the time, was 2.