As of the census of 2010, there were 3,019 people, 1,249 households, and 868 families residing in the area
Rural 1 acre plus lots Nestled in between the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Virginia Range Beautiful mountain vistas wetlands and desert mostly residentil and rancing with state, and county parks some light commercial—full of history from the Native washoe peoples to the kings of the comstck lode. Bedroom community of carson and Reno
Close to Reno 20 min to Reno tahoe International Airport Carson, Tahoe
Washoe Lake State Park – 3,774.95 acres - hiking, camping, picnicking, water sports and equestrian activities, the park also hosts a diverse range of birds and waterfowl BLM – Jumbo Grade -Off road Vehicles
Davis Creek County Park- 200 acres trails to Tahoe Rim Trail
Located 20 miles south of Reno, this year-round recreational destination includes over 200 acres of pine and sage desert nestled against Slide Mountain on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Outdoor recreational opportunities include a campground with hot showers, scenic picnic areas surrounding a small fishing pond, hiking trails, an equestrian friendly trailhead, two reservable group camping areas, a large reservable group picnic area, an outdoor amphitheater and various interpretive programs. Be prepared for outstanding views of Washoe Lake and Slide Mountain while visiting Davis Creek Regional Park
Bowers Mansion County Park - Bowers Mansion Regional Park is located on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains, approximately 20 miles south of Reno on old 395. Expansive sunny lawn areas and lots of tall shade trees make this a perfect spot for picnics. There are two group picnic pavilions (reservable) as well as many individual picnic sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The park also offers a seasonal outdoor pool, two children's playgrounds and the Historic Bowers Mansion.