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Take a Day Trip To Genoa Nevada
For those looking to absorb some local history and experience one of Western Nevada’s quaintest communities, plan a day in Genoa, Nevada.
Genoa, Nevada was officially founded in 1851 by a Mormon merchant from Salt Lake City, Colonel John Reese. Touted by some to be Nevada’s Oldest Settlement, the town of Genoa is the site of the Original Mormon Fort which also was founded by Reese and recorded in the first land claim filed in the New Utah Territory as Mormon Station.
The PioneerAtmosphere has been preserved in the many historic buildings and sites throughout the town ship. These include the Genoa Town Hall, Genoa Town Park, the Genoa Community Church, The Genoa County Courthouse and Museum, and the Mormon Station State Park and Museum.
One of the liveliest community events of the year in Genoa is the annual Genoa Candy Dance. A long lived tradition that locals love and visitors come from far and wide to experience. Slated this year for September 24th and 25th … mark your calendars and plan to enjoy a fun filled weekend of crafts, foods, candy and dancing in the beautiful Sierra Foothills of Carson Valley.
The Town of Genoa offers an amazing website full of tips and tricks to make your Genoa, Nevada visit a trip to Remember.
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