Nancy Kidwell founded the town of Cal-Nev-Ari, Nevada with her husband back in 1965.
It situated about an hour south of Las Vegas and gets its name from the three bordering states, California, Nevada, and Arizona.
Cal-Nev-Ari began with a population of just four: the Kidwells, and their dog and cat.
It's now grown to four hundred. But at 72-years-old, Kidwell says running the town has become too much work, and is putting Cal-Nev-Ari up for sale.
The casino, general store, and motel are all for the low price of $17 million.