Nestled in the northwestern part of the state, just a short jaunt from both Lake Tahoe and Reno, is Carson City, Nevada’s proud state capital. The city, built on the cornerstones of mining, logging and the mighty Virginia & Truckee Railroad, was named for frontiersman Christopher “Kit” Carson, who scouted the area for John C. Fremont in the mid 1840s.
During a typical year, Carson City residents enjoy an average of 300 days of blue skies and sunshine, which, coupled with low humidity and mild temperatures, makes being in the outdoors pleasant. This gives residents a chance to enjoy year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, like fishing, boating, hiking, biking, golf, and a plethora of snow sports. The city also does a fine job of melding shopping, dining, culture, and nightlife while still maintaining its old-fashioned charm.
Reno Nevada, 30 miles from Carson City, is a city in the northwest section of the U.S. state of Nevada, approximately 22 miles from Lake Tahoe. Known as "The Biggest Little City in the World", Reno is known for its casino industry. Reno is the county seat of Washoe County. Reno, with an estimated population of 250,998 as of 2018, is the third-most populous city in Nevada after Las Vegas and Henderson, both of which are part of the Las Vegas Valley.
Carson City, Nevada’s capital, and the Carson Valley are becoming the capital of year-round golf destinations. Forgiving fairways, tight approaches, strategic water hazards, large greens… Nevada’s Divine 9 golf courses offer 171 holes of championship golf, spread across 70,000 yards of scenic Nevada terrain, that can encourage beginners and challenge the pros.
Nestled in the Lake Tahoe Basin, the Spooner Backcountry is a widespread recreational and natural oasis, with a lake surrounded by aspens and more than 12,000 acres of forested, open space. The park features 50 miles of hiking, equestrian and mountain biking trails and primitive roads. A few of the more popular trails are the Marlette, Red House, Flume and Tahoe Rim Trails. Camping and cabins are also available. The Spooner Lake Cabin sleeps four people comfortably and Wildcat Cabin sleeps two. Both cabins have basic amenities such as composting toilets, beds, cook stoves and wood burning stoves.
Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, straddling the border of California and Nevada. It’s known for its beaches and ski resorts. On the southwest shore, Emerald Bay State Park contains the 1929 Nordic-style mansion Vikingsholm. Along the lake’s northeast side, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park includes Sand Harbor Beach and Spooner Lake, a gateway to the long-distance Tahoe Rim Trail.
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