Nevada's oldest thirst parlor.
Historic Genoa Tour
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Pamper and explore all together.
Breakfast at Harriett’s Cafe
1862 David Walley’s Hot Springs, Resort and Spa is home to a fantastic restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1862 David Walley’s Hot Springs, Resort and Spa
Soak in one of the five mineral spas, naturally heated by geothermal activity. You also get access to the fitness center, eucalyptus steam room, dry sauna, and more.
Tour Nevada’s First Permanent Settlement
Walk around the historic home of Snowshoe Thompson, enjoy shopping for locally made items, explore the museum, and take a tour of the historic Mormon Station State Park.
Lunch at Genoa Station Grill
Delicious food, family owned, and great atmosphere.
Explore River Fork Ranch
Whit Hall Interpretive Center is the hub of the Nature Conservancy’s community outreach and education efforts along the Carson River. The 800 acre nature preserve and working cattle operation, supports a diverse wildlife population.
Have a drink at Genoa Bar
Nevada’s oldest thirst parlor has hosted notable names like Raquel Welch, Johnny Cash, and Teddy Roosevelt. Who will you stand next to when you visit?
Dinner at Genoa Lakes, The Grille
Genoa Lakes is home to two championship golf courses. Boasting a panoramic view of the Sierra foothills, The Grille is perfect for a casual get together.
VIsit Snowshoe Thompson in the Mormon Station State Park.