The Clover Valley of Nevada, is a 37-mile (60 km) long valley located in central-southeast Elko County. Wells, Nevada lays at its north end, on I-80.
Clover Valley lays at the east flank of the mostly north-trending East Humboldt Range, which supplies numerous creeks to the north valley; the mountain forests supplying the water are a section of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. A slough exists in the north which drains south to intermittent Snow Water Lake.
Clover Valley is an approximate H-shape with two mountains central, north and south. The Wood Hills separate the west from east in the north, at the southeast of Wells; Spruce Mountain is south, with the Spruce Mountain Ridge trending about 10-mi north-northeast into the Clover Valley center, to Spruce Point.