Resource Links

Alta Alpina Cycling Club
http://www.altaalpina.org
The Alta Alpina Cycling Club (AAC) is a road and mountain bike club in Carson City, Gardnerville and Lake Tahoe areas whose primary focus is to promote cycling.

Bike The West
http://www.bikethewest.com
Nevada's best bicycling events including night rides, fun rides, challenging centuries, and multi-day rides.

Bureau of Land Management
http://www.blm.gov/nv/st/en/fo/carson_city_field/blm_programs/recreation.html
Offers information on Bureau of Land Management area activities including camping locations; off-highway vehicle, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian riding trails.

Carson Valley Arts Council
http://www.cvartscouncil.com
The Carson Valley Arts Council is a non profit organization dedicated to supporting the performing and visual arts in the Carson Valley. To learn more please go to their website.

Carson Valley Chamber Of Commerce
http://www.carsonvalleynv.org
The Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and business community. 

Carson Valley Trails Association
http://www.carsonvalleytrails.org
The Carson Valley Trails Association is a nonprofit, volunteer based organization working with partners to provide access to public lands through a recreational trail system for present and future generations to enjoy.

Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park
http://www.dangberghomeranch.org/ 
The Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park is one of Carson Valley's first and largest ranches. The ranch was home to German immigrant Heinrich Friedrich Dangberg who founded the site in 1857. To learn more about this historic ranch or to arrange a tour, please view their website.

Divine Nine
http://www.divinenine.com
The Carson area is host to the Divine 9, nine incredible courses that give everyone from aspiring pros to hack amateurs a chance play courses with challenging topography and a stunning Sierra backdrop.

Douglas County Historical Society
http://historicnv.org/
The Douglas County Historical Society (DCHS) commemorates the area’s heritage at the Courthouse Museum in Genoa and the Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center in Gardnerville. To learn more about Douglas County's history please visit their website.

Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department
http://www.douglascountynv.gov/sites/recdept/index.cfm

County Public Library
http://douglas.lib.nv.us/index.html
Located in Northern Nevada's Minden and Lake Tahoe areas.

Lahontan National Fish Hatchery
http://www.fws.gov/lahontannfhc/lnfh.html
Featuring a self-guided walking tour. The hatchery raises Lahontan cutthroat trout for stocking into Pyramid and Walker lakes.

Main Street Gardnerville
http://www.mainstreetgardnerville.org
A non-profit partner with Northern Nevada's Town of Gardnerville; taking downtown Gardnerville into the future while retaining onto small town history.

Minden/Tahoe Airport
http://www.mindentahoeairport.com
Minden-Tahoe Airport is open 24 hours a day and provides easy access for both personal and corporate general aviation aircraft. The airport provides two active runways, the Main runway is approximately 7,400 feet long and 100 feet wide and the Crosswind runway is approximately 5,300 feet long and 75 feet wide. As you would expect at one of the leading soaring airports in the world, there is one additional dedicated Sailplane runway. Pilots will find clear approaches and excellent flying weather almost 95 percent of the year, an Automated Weather Observation System, Global Positioning System Instrument Approach, VASI and pilot control runway lighting. A wide variety of ground services is available as well. Check details by visiting www.mindentahoeairport.com.

Mormon Station State Historic Park
http://parks.nv.gov/ms.htm
Mormon Station is the site of Nevada's first permanent nonnative settlement. A replica of the original trading post built in 1851 houses a small museum with relics of pioneer days. Picnic and group facilities are available. Mormon Station is located in the small town of Genoa, 12 miles south of Carson City via U.S. 395 and State Route 206.

Nevada Motocross Park
http://www.nevadamotocrosspark.com
Located in Gardnerville off Pinenut Road adjacent to the animal shelter. The track will offer a controlled environment for people of all ages to ride and race their dirt bikes. Their top priority is to bring family and friends together who love the sport of motocross and dirt bike riding.

Nevada Road Conditions
http://www.nevadadot.com

Alpine County Chamber of Commerce
http://www.alpinecounty.com
Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Alpine County offers year round alpine recreation, skiing, fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting and more.

Reno/Tahoe International Airport
http://www.renoairport.com

Tahoe Rim Trail
http://www.tahoerimtrail.org
The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is a volunteer, non-profit 501(C)(3) organization established in 1981 to plan, construct, and maintain the Tahoe Rim Trail. This 165-mile, twenty-four inch, single-track trail is open to hiking, equestrians, and mountain biking (in most areas). The trail encompasses the ridge tops of the Lake Tahoe Basin, crossing six counties, and two states. The Tahoe Rim Trail overlaps with approximately fifty miles of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.

The Record-Courier
http://www.recordcourier.com
Carson Valley community newspaper covering Gardnerville, Genoa, Minden and Topaz Lake areas.

Carson Valley Airporter
http://www.carsonvalleyairporter.com

Town of Gardnerville
http://www.gardnerville-nv.gov

Town of Genoa
http://www.genoanevada.org

Town of Minden
http://www.townofminden.com

Carson City Convention & Visitors Bureau
http://www.visitcarsoncity.com

Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority
http://www.visitinglaketahoe.com

Nevada Commission on Tourism
http://www.travelnevada.com

Reno/Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority
http://www.visitrenotahoe.com

Virginia City Convention & Visitors Bureau
http://www.virginiacity-nv.org

Reno Tahoe Territory
http://www.renotahoe.com

U.S. Forest Service
http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf/recreation
Featuring recreational activities (archaeology & history, motorized use trails, camping & picnicking, motor vehicle use maps, scenic drives, trails), passes and permits (sno-park passes, wilderness permits) within the U.S. Forest Service areas.

Commission for the Preservation of Wild Horses
http://dcnr.nv.gov/documents/documents/commission-for-the-preservation-of-wild-horses/
The Commission for the Preservation of Wild Horses serves to sustain viable herds of wild horses on public lands throughout Nevada. The Commission serves as an advocate for wild horses through participation with federal agencies to ensure that sufficient habitat is available for wild horse populations...

East Fork Gallery
http://www.eastforkgallery.org
The Gallery is a nonprofit cooperative, offering regional artists a venue in which to exhibit and sell their original artwork. Oil paintings, watercolors, pastels, photography, pottery, and stained glass are just a few of the many unique works of art found at the East Fork Gallery. Inspired by the Carson Valley, Lake Tahoe, and the Sierra Nevada mountains, regional artisans create one-of-a-kind pieces which reflect the beauty and history of Northern Nevada.


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