Presentation on theme: "Beaches BOATERS BEACH is the next available beach to the south of Secret Cove. Boaters Beach is a nice straight strip of sand about 3/10 of a mile from."— Presentation transcript:
Beaches BOATERS BEACH is the next available beach to the south of Secret Cove. Boaters Beach is a nice straight strip of sand about 3/10 of a mile from Secret Cove. It is found one of three ways: You can boat right up to it if you wish and that is how it got its name. You can hike the shoreline trail south from Secret Cove or you can take the Fire Access road previously mentioned by the restrooms and just stay on it until you are fairly close to the lake and see a well-defined trail running off the road to the right. Follow that down, take a few steps and you are on "Boaters". Actually, Boaters Beach is part of one long clean strip of sandy beach separated about midway by a rocky promontory. The north half of that beach is called Boaters Beach. The South half is called Creek Beach, but more on that later. Boaters Beach is only "textile". It remains relatively clean probably due to the fact that boaters can easily pack out trash and that this beach gets fairly little walk-in use.. This is a nice destination if you are boating the area and still would somehow prefer to remain suited or perhaps have guests that would not understand the Naturist Lifestyle.
Historical sites Mormon Station is the located in the town of Genoa, and is Nevada’s first permanent non-native settlement. Originally constructed in 1851, a replicated fort lies on the grounds today and houses a museum with pioneer- era artifacts. Originally the discovery of gold at Sutter’s Mill in 1848 initiated a frantic scramble to the West. After facing many challenges on their journey west, many pioneers were not prepared to conquer their final obstacle: the treacherous Sierra Nevada range. As many were travel weary and likely out of supplies, many settlers made the lush and fertile Carson Valley their final destination. Mormon station sate historic Park.
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Shopping This is a 1.5-million-square-foot outdoor mall with a 18- screen RAVE movie theater, and there are too many shops to list. There is even a 13,000-square-foot children's park that features a garden maze, a tree house and sprinklers ideal for warmer months. Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.; Friday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Restaurants: Blue Martini, Brio Tuscan Grille, California Pizza Kitchen, Claim Jumper, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Coconuts, I Love Burgers, Double Helix, English's, Kabuki, Miller's Ale House, Meatball Spot, Stoney's, Texas de Brazil, Tommy Bahama's Restaurant & Bar, Bonefish Grill and Yard House Las Vegas.
Restaurants This is a bit of a strange place. It's really a butcher shop but they have a few items that they sell to go, like sandwiches and dinners. They do have out door seating. I had the pulled chicken sandwich. Loaded with BBQ sauce and it comes with a Sind of more BBQ sauce, mild or spicy. I got the spicy. Good but really hot. I also ordered a side of potato salad and soda. Not bad for lunch. It is in a residential area. No other businesses.
Outdoors activities During the last ice age, Lake Lahontan covered much of what is now central Nevada. After the lake dried up, it left behind massive sand dunes at what is now Sand Mountain Recreation Area, 19 miles east of Fallon along Highway 50. Sand Mountain is a popular off-highway vehicle area, open to motorbikes, all-terrain vehicles and dune buggies, but it also offers hiking and biking opportunities. In quieter moments, listen carefully: the sand at Sand Mountain is the right size and silica composition to sing, moan and hum as it bounces over the dunes, a phenomenon that only occurs in a handful of deserts around the world.
Why should you visit Nevada? L ake Mead National Recreation Area is a startling contrast of desert and water, mountains and canyons, primitive backcountry and busy marinas. Dams that back up the Colorado River as it flows through one of the hottest, driest regions on earth created Lake Mead and Lake Mohave. Established as America's first national recreation area, it is a destination for millions of visitors who flock to the desert for boating, fishing, swimming and water-skiing.