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Resting in the high plains at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the tiny town of Gardnerville, Nevada warmly greets visitors from far and wide. Gardnerville is located just south of Nevada’s capital, Carson City, and about an hour away from Reno, Nevada.

Gardnerville was founded in 1895 when homesteaders John and Mary Gardner opted to move their home and business to the newly purchased land. During its first few years, the town was mostly a way station along a busy wagon road. Over the course of a hundred years, Gardnerville has slowly grown and prospered and has become a charming place to take a vacation. With immigrants pouring in from all over the world in search of a better life, the town has developed a unique blend of cultures over the years. When you decide to book an RV in Gardnerville, you can immerse yourself in this exquisite little town beside the snowy peaks, visit the lively casinos, learn a thing or two at the museums, or seek out recreational activities in the nearby mountains and forests.  

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Experience the Sites and Scenery

Nevada’s border with California, particularly in the Lake Tahoe region, is home to unparalleled beauty. With some of the most gorgeous mountain views in the world and the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe, it is easy to see why the area has become so popular with tourists and even celebrities.

Gardnerville sits on the edges of the majestic El Dorado National Forest, a gorgeous collection of stunning scenery and tranquil river-carved canyons. El Dorado spills over the border into Nevada but is mostly in the state of California. The forest has two wilderness areas and lots of isolated fishing spots.

Humboldt-Toiyabe is another stunning swath of land, and El Dorados’ neighbor to the north. With well over six million acres, this incredible forest is the largest in the lower 48 states. With a staggering 23 wilderness areas and a handful of different mountain ranges, you could never truly see all the forest has to offer. Within the forest is also Lake Tahoe, one of the most famous lakes in the world. Lake Tahoe spans 191 square miles, and with an average depth of 1,000 feet, it is the sixth largest lake in the world, and the largest outside of the five Great Lakes. Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada mountains are also famous for incredible skiing, so you need not travel too far in your Gardnerville RV rental to have a wonderful winter vacation.

If you travel south a few hours in your Gardnerville rental camper, you can reach Yosemite National Park with ease. This California park is an absolute gem and the most visited national park in the country, with over five million visitors per year. The park features the 3,000-foot tall El Capitan monolith, one of the greatest and most popular rock climbing features on the planet. There are so many other places to see when you rent an RV in Gardnerville, it all depends on what you want to do and see, and how far you are willing to travel.

City Attractions

There is a lot to do in the area with the Gardnerville RV rental. The town has no shortage of casinos, so nightlife and gaming are always on the menu. Sharkey’s Casino is housed in an old corner saloon, and has gaming tables, slot machines, fine dining, and even a small museum recounting the history of the town and the old saloon. Carson Valley Inn Casino and Was She Shu Casino/Travel Plaza are also nice spots to check out if you are looking for a way to pass the time.

For a change of pace, the Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center celebrates the pioneers who trekked across the United States who risked their lives to find paradise out west. In addition to antiques from over a hundred years ago, the museum also has beautiful murals painted on the walls and many native American artifacts and pieces of artwork from the Washoe Tribe.

Everyone knows that one of the main draws to the region are the wintertime recreational sports like skiing and snowboarding. Heavenly Mountain Ski Resort is one of the largest in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and no trip to Gardnerville would be complete without paying a visit to the ski slopes here and cruising through the fresh snowy powder in mid-winter.

Where to Park It

Due to the town’s proximity to national forests and majestic Lake Tahoe, it is not hard to find a place to sleep at night in your Gardnerville camper rental. Carson Valley Inn Casino has its very own campground, providing a place to park the Gardnerville motorhome rental for those wanting to spend lots of time at the casino tables.

Nevada Beach Campground is on the eastern shores of Lake Tahoe and sits amidst the breathtaking pine forests. With lots of fishing, swimming, boating, water skiing, and even local golf course nearby, there is really no limit to what you can do here.

Campground by the Lake is another park nearby, also on the edges of the lake. This city-owned park is complete with golf courses, baseball fields, an ice arena, and just about every other type of sport you could think of. South Lake Tahoe KOA is a safe bet, with a lovely pool and all the amenities you and your Gardnerville RV rental might need to enjoy your next vacation.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Fish Springs to Sunrise Pass, NVGardnerville, NV
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  • Kingsbury Grade to South Camp Peak Out-and-Back Trail, NVToiyabe National Forest, NV
  • Carson River/Horseshoe Bend , NVToiyabe National Forest, NV
  • Eagle Ridge Trail, CAZephyr Cove County Park, CA
  • Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT): Daggett Pass to Genoa Peak, NVStateline, NV
  • Pinyon Trail, NVGardnerville, NV
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  • Genoa Peak Road, NVToiyabe National Forest, NV

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