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Discover Carson City

Nevada is mostly known for its casino-filled, electrifying city of Las Vegas, but there’s so much more to the state. Consider booking a luxury RV rental to Carson City to explore the true capital of Nevada and get a real sense for what this area is about.

Carson City is a completely independent city meaning it belongs to no county. The city found its humble beginning as a town for Californian emigrants to settle when numbers within California rose too high. Since then, the city has continued to develop and modernize; however you won’t see any high-rise skyscrapers within 500 feet of the capitol with the tallest building being a modest 117 feet. Come on through Carson City with your motorhome rental to experience Nevada’s history and current standing within America.

The Great Outdoors

Washoe Lake sits between Reno, and Carson City and as a result, the state has formed a state park around the area. Washoe State Park features breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada, Carson, and Virginia mountain ranges making hiking one of the more popular park activities. The lake is also available for water sport usage and swimming. And, be sure to bring along your camera and catch the wildlife in their natural habitat.

Also given Nevada’s proximity to California, the two share access to Lake Tahoe. Enter the Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park from Incline Village. The park provides and maintains several visitor areas from sandy beaches along Tahoe’s glistening waters, fishing spots, and a plethora of hiking opportunities. You’ll also notice that many of the local parks overlap and it’s quite easy to get around in your motorhome rental from Carson City to fulfill your fresh air quota for the day.

For a different view of the Nevada landscape, hop in the saddle by way of several guided trail options found within and in surrounding towns of Carson City. You’ll be able to pick what best suits your adventure style from a couple hours to a full days worth of trusting your new four-legged friend to safely transport you through the mountain terrain. But, maybe save this activity for a day when you don’t have a lot of walking planning for the following day.

RV Parks

When in town with your camper rental in Carson City, your overnight stay worries will dissipate just like your stress upon gazing at the gorgeous Nevada mountain ranges. Whether you would rather a park known for catering to RVs or set up camp in the comfort of state park wilderness, Carson City is eager to help match you with the right overnight accommodation.

Just within Carson City, you’ll have a couple options to keep you right around the corner from the city. Have your pick of extra amenities but know each park will guarantee you full hookup sites, washroom and shower facilities, and great driving proximity from all the popular attractions.

Or, take the wilderness route and stay in Washoe Lake State Park. Each of the 49 campsites provides a table, grill, and fire ring but there are no hookups for your RV. Bathroom and shower facilities are available. Perfect for short term stays as the limit is seven days in a 30-day period. Take advantage of the entire park while out on your outdoor recreational adventure!

Exploring the City

Carson City is filled with things to do. Whether you’re looking to chow down, splurge in some retail therapy, or add to your knowledge, you’ll be able to find it all when planning your travel trailer rental trip to Carson City.

If you’re really intrigued by Carson City and the surrounding area, you won’t want to pass up the Nevada State Museum. Here you’ll find a comprehensive timeline of the state as a whole with a focus on the local area and its relationship with the natural world. Watch the cultural development happen right in front of your eyes. Furthermore, the Nevada State Railroad Museum will share how the railroad industry really helped transform the area and make it accessible to the West Coast.

For adult-only RV rental trips to Carson City, the local nightlife is exciting. You can find a handful of local breweries or pubs serving local brews. Have a few pregame drinks and then make your way over to one of several casinos found within city limits for some lighthearted gambling. Just be sure to set a budget for yourself prior to going inside.

If it's a fun and exciting Nevada town you are seeking, consider a travel trailer rental in Carson City. Try your luck at the casino, enjoy the local cuisine, watch a sunrise, and take in the beautiful scenery. Rent a luxury motorhome rental in Carson City, NV and see what all the area has to offer.

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