Park Sites

  1. Lampe Park

    Lampe Park is the crown jewel of the Douglas County park system.

  2. Topaz Lake Recreation Area

    Topaz Lake Recreation Area offers 15 reservable RV campsites with water and power hookups, 13 non-reservable RV campsites with water only, and an additional 42 dry campsites.

  3. Fairgrounds

    The County Fairground complex is an 81-acre complex encompassing a number of wonderful features, such as a 1,500 seat grandstand, a pavilion, a horse barn, arenas, and more!

  4. Ranchos Aspen Park

    Ranchos Aspen Park is a 17-acre park with a soccer field, paved pathways, horseshoe pits, a sand volleyball court, multiple play areas, and much more!

  5. Stodick Park

    Stodick Park is an 11-acre park that includes one tot ball field, four softball fields with soccer field overlays, picnic areas, concession / bathroom building, and paved parking.

  6. Kahle Park

    Kahle Park is a 19-acre park nestled into the trees just above where U.S. Highway 50 intersects with Kingsbury Grade, and is home of the Kahle Community Center.

  7. Zephyr Cove Park

    Zephyr Cove is an 80-acre park, with eight developed acres, located at Highway 50 and Warrior Way.

  8. Johnson Lane Park

    Johnson Lane Park is a 5-acre park located on Stephanie Lane in the Johnson Lane area.

  9. Dangberg Ranch

    The Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park preserves and interprets 150 years of history in Nevada's Carson Valley. Tours of this historic house museum are available by reservation, and special exhibits and events are staged throughout the year. The Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park preserves eight historic structures built between 1857 and 1917, along with a huge collection of artifacts dating back to 1819. The buildings and the collection help tell the story of the four generations of the Dangberg family. The ranch founder, Heinrich Friedrich Dangberg, was a German immigrant and one of the first settlers of Carson Valley. Dangberg and the family company, the Dangberg Land and Live Stock Co., were influential in the development of Carson Valley and founded the town of Minden in 1905. Guided tours are offered Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations are required. For more information and to make reservations, call the park at 775-783-9417.

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