Genoa marks the start of Nevada; it was the first settlement in the state. In 1851, a group of Mormon Traders made an outpost in this area, now known as Mormon Station Historic Park.
This quaint little town sits at the base of the Easter Sierra Mountain Range. Make sure to visit Downtown Genoa, park the car and take a stroll down Main Street.
Be certain to visit the oldest bar in Nevada, it still has a dirt floor, The Genoa Bar is famous for their amazing Bloody Marys and excellent entertainment
This little town only has 250 residents, but they sure know how to throw a party. During the summer months, Genoa is the place to be with Sweet Sipping Sundays, Cowboy Poetry Contest and the largest event of the year in our area The Candy Dance with over 25,000 visitors yearly. The Candy Dance is an artisans craft fair with over 500 homemade craft vendors, food, entertainment and of course the homemade candy.
Genoa is only 20 minutes from Lake Tahoe and about an hour from Reno. Genoa has many hiking trails even one that goes to a waterfall.
There are a few Bed and Breakfasts to enjoy or stay at Wally’s Hot Springs Resort and enjoy the amazing food of 1864 Lodge, soak in the hot springs or get a massage in the spa, http://www.davidwalleys-resort.com/
Victorian home located in the heart of Genoa, among just a handful of original 1800's structures in the designated Historical District. Built in 1858, the main home has ...
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