Hiko, Nevada, is a small, agrarian community of the Tonopah Basin in Lincoln County, Nevada.
Earlier, this used to be the county seat of Lincoln County. It had a sizeable population, mostly working in silver mines in the region. Now, ranching and farming are the main occupations in the region. Of the old town, the remnants left include the cemetery, some mill ruins and a red rock building that was a general store. The Hiko and Crystal Springs provide a large supply of water for the farms and ranches in the area.