800 Mesa Drive
Fernley, NV 89408
Phone: (775) 980-6514
Fax: (775) 980-6528
800 Mesa Drive, Fernley, NV, US, 89408
- Phone: (775) 980-6514
- Fax: (775) 980-6528
This elegant golf club offers 18 holes of challenging golf.
Full of wetlands, lakes and natural springs, the 7,127-yard, par-71 course is challenging, as well as breathtaking. A second course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, is also a delight to play. After a round of golf, enjoy a wonderful meal at David's Grill. The resort also has a swimming and fitness center. All fees include a cart.
At this community center you will be able to enjoy all the equipment that the best fitness facilities have to offer, without the annoying monthly dues. You can treat yourself to water aerobics or just splash around and have fun in the large indoor heated pool. Play a friendly game of basketball on the indoor courts, or work out with free weights and cardiovascular machines in the gymnasium. Closed on Sundays.
This water park is a great way to cool off and have tons of wet and wild fun. This is a swell place for both kids and adults to spend the day. Small children can have a wet time in the Little Lagoon, which features mini water slides. Big kids and adults will find the Stingray and Shark slides to their liking. For the really adventurous, give the Red Viper or the Black Widow a try. The new Hurricane Cove also promises gallons of wet excitement with rope climbs and tube slides. Montego Bay offers great waves for body surfing. If you prefer to stay dry, you can enjoy a game of 18-hole miniature golf or play in the arcade. Speed addicts will get their fix at the Formula K Raceway, the only miniature racetrack in Northern Nevada.
This former gravel pit has been transformed by the city of Sparks into one of the nicest fishing areas around. With walking paths, trees and sandy beaches, this is a great place for a family outing. The lake has been stocked with trout, all catchable and trophy-sized. And the best feature is its proximity, only ten minutes from anywhere in Reno/Sparks. Admission is free, but one must have a valid Nevada fishing license when angling for trout. No gas engine watercraft are allowed. Rowboats, float tubes and electric motorcraft are permitted.
Fallon Golf Course is a public 18-hole, 6,235 yard course.
Tucked away in the southwest part of Reno, the Hidden Valley Country Club offers a private, green respite for visitors. Primarily focused on golf, the club features an 18-hole course, and a Golf Pro-Shop, selling a variety of golfing equipment. Besides golf, the club also rents out its facilities for private and corporate events, and also offers private golf tournament packages for groups of 60 or more. If you are not into golf, however, you can just choose to dine in their tastefully designed dining room, set overlooking downtown Reno and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Call for more information.
If you've ever wanted to see a wild mustang up close and personal, then this is the place. Nevada is home to more wild horses than any other state. Unfortunately, there isn't enough food and water to sustain all of them, and this facility is here to give them a helping hand. The Bureau of Land Management rounds up approximately 4,000 of these critters per year, brings them to the center for good food and medical treatment, and prepares them for adoption to good homes. If you sponsor a horse, you must maintain the animal for one year before you are given the title of adopter. Contrary to popular misconception, the mustangs can be domesticated and many become excellent ranch and pleasure horses. You will find this facility about 15 miles north of Sparks on the way to Pyramid Lake.
The Humboldt-Toiyabe is a national forest, mainly in the state of Nevada but also stretching to some parts of California. The park spans over 5,640,424 million acres (2,282,598 hectares), making it the largest national forest on mainland U.S. Due to the sheer size of the forest, visitors can find dramatically changing landscapes such as mountain ranges with snow capped peaks, dense forests, pristine lakes and rivulets and a vast variety of wildlife. Campgrounds and cabins are available for accommodation and so are an endless number of recreation activities.
Since 1991, golfers have enjoyed spectacular views along with the abundant waterfowl that make the greens and wetlands their home. The course is challenging for all levels of golfers. A restaurant and bar are available for lunch and dinner. Cocktails, beer and wine are also served.
This modern bowling alley offers fun and competition for all ages.
The Sage Hill Clay Sports Club lies spread over a facility of 7,500 square feet (696.7 square meters), in the southeastern part of Reno. Specializing in shotgun sports, the facility comprises 30 trap fields, 7 skeet fields, 6 lighted fields, 1 five-stand field, and 25 sporting clay stations. One of the appreciative qualities about this club, is that it welcomes non-members to enjoy some of the facilities, though if you are a member, you get discounted rates. There is also a pro-shop on the premises, which sells major brands of shotguns, including Beretta and Remington, and also sells shooting gear and apparel. The clubhouse boasts a full-service bar and can also accommodate the needs of a private event. See the website for information on membership or upcoming events.