Here are some additional resources with a wealth of information about our area to help you plan your trip. If you can’t find what you are looking for here, please call the Visitors Center at (800) 727-7677, or email us.
For information about traveling to Nevada, as well as frequently asked questions, click here for the Travel Advisory.
Carson Valley Arts & Antiques Trail
Find your treasure in Carson Valley with this map. Check it out online, download the Pdf, or pick yours up at the Carson Valley Visitors Authority Visitors Center.
Carson Valley Arts Council
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.
Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park
The Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park is one of Carson Valley’s first and largest ranches. Now a museum and event venue, the ranch was home to German immigrant Heinrich Friedrich Dangberg who founded the site in 1857.
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.
Alpine County Chamber of Commerce
Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Alpine County offers year round alpine recreation, skiing, fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting and more.
Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce
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.
Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department
Get information about Topaz Lake, area parks, senior center, and the gym and fitness center.
Douglas County Public Library
Located in Carson Valley’s Minden, and Stateline near Lake Tahoe.
Main Street Gardnerville
A non-profit partner with the Town of Gardnerville; taking downtown Gardnerville into the future while retaining our small town history.
Town of Gardnerville
Town of Genoa
Town of Minden
Alta Alpina Cycling Club
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
Nevada’s best bicycling events including night rides, fun rides, challenging centuries, and multi-day rides.
Bureau of Land Management
Offers information on Bureau of Land Management area activities including camping locations; off-highway vehicle, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian riding trails.
California Division of Fish and Wildlife
Making your basecamp in Carson Valley means that California is a stone’s throw away. The California Division of Fish and Wildlife is the place to get fishing and hunting information.
Carson Valley Trails Association
The Carson Valley Trails Association works with partners to provide access to public lands through a recreational trail system for present and future generations to enjoy.
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. All within a 40 minute drive.
Douglas County Historical Society
The Douglas County Historical Society (DCHS) commemorates the area’s heritage and history at the Courthouse Museum in Genoa and the Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center in Gardnerville.
Lahontan National Fish Hatchery
Featuring a self-guided walking tour, the hatchery raises Lahontan cutthroat trout for stocking into Pyramid and Walker lakes.
Mormon Station State Historic Park
Mormon Station is located in the small town of Genoa, 12 miles south of Carson City via U.S. 395 and State Route 206. Picnic and group facilities are available.
Nevada Division of Wildlife
Nevada Division of Wildlife has information on fishing and hunting regulations and licenses, as well as boating requirements.
Pine Nut Wild Horse Advocates
Logical solutions for our own local wild horses.
Tahoe Rim Trail
This 165-mile, 24- 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, overlapping with approximately 50 miles of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.
U.S. Forest Service
Get information about recreational activities, passes and permits within the U.S. Forest Service areas.
Carson City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority
Minden-Tahoe Airport is open 24-hours a day and provides easy access for both personal and corporate general aviation aircraft.
Nevada Commission on Tourism
Nevada Road Conditions
Reno/Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority
Reno/Tahoe International Airport
Reno Tahoe Territory
Virginia City Convention & Visitors Bureau