Homes for Sale in Washoe Valley, NV
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Washoe Valley, Nevada Overview
Washoe Valley has a rich, deep history with the native Washoe People’s hunters and gatherers that predates the Comstock Lode and discovery of gold and silver in the valley. Once gold was found in the valley, miners, loggers, and traders invaded the area to move supplies from Lake Tahoe to Virginia City. As the land around Washoe Lake and throughout Washoe Valley developed, Washoe Lake State Park was designated in 1977. The park was created so that future generations could enjoy its beauty.
Today, Washoe Valley rests perfectly between Reno and Carson City, only 25 minutes from Reno and 20 minutes from the state capitol. Valley residents can enjoy the numerous shopping centers available. The Summit Reno is a choice center with over 60 retailers, including eight restaurants like Burger Me!, Miguel’s, and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse. The center has a wide variety of stores from Old Navy to Dilliard’s, and the Sierra Summit Century Theater. Galena Junction Shopping Center has a neighborhood Raley’s, Bully’s Bar & Grill, and Truckee Bagel Company.
Clear Creek Plaza and Carson Valley Plaza of Carson City provide almost anything you could need. There’s a Trader Joe’s, Walmart Supercenter, Marshalls, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, Pier 1, and an In-n-Out Burger between the two centers.
Carson City is rich in Nevada’s history. Visit the Nevada State Museum or Nevada State Capitol for a look into our state’s past. Enjoy the County State Fair at Fuji Park, or relax at the Baily Fishing Pond while you wait for your next catch. If you’re looking to try your luck, the Casino Fandango is the closest casino to the valley.
Washoe Valley is a prominent recreational area with an abundance of activities to choose from at Washoe Lake. Enjoy a day on Little Washoe Lake or hike the trails of Scripps State Wildlife Management Area. In Washoe Valley State Park, patrons can bike along Eastlake Boulevard, walk the Deadman’s Overlook Trail or Deadman’s Loop Trail, camp in the Main Area Campground, or rent a boat to hit the lake and participate in accompanying water sports.
Toiyabe Golf Club is a premier golf resort west of the southern end of Washoe Lake. The course features gorgeous views of the lake, Mt. Rose, and Slide Mountain while incorporating sand and water obstacles any chance it can. After your day on the links, grab a bite to eat at the Toiyabe Golf Club Restaurant, one of the few restaurants on the west side of the lake. Incline Village Champion Golf Course is only 45 minutes from Washoe Lake. Nearby, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe offers over 60 ski runs to snow-loving residents. Need more ski action? Diamond Peak Ski Resort is only 15 minutes past Mt. Rose in Incline Village.
Bowers Mansion Regional Park is on the western side of Washoe Valley. The park maintains the historic mansion, a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of the Bowers family during the Comstock Lode era. Visitors can tour the residence in the warmer months, relax by the community pool, accompany their children to the playground, or attend the seasonal concert series.
After all this activity, head north to Reno just a couple of miles and schedule a soak at the Steamboat Hot Springs.
Students of Washoe Valley attend Pleasant Valley Elementary School, before entering Depoali Middle School of Reno. The school opened in 2009 to serve students of south Reno and the surrounding southern communities. High schoolers commute north to Damonte Ranch High School which opened in 2001. The Damonte Ranch Mustangs rival the Galena High Grizzlies.
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