OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE
Play Outdoors: All-Year Round Explore Truckee: Shopping, wellness, sporting goods and more! Discover Truckee’s Rich History
In Truckee, we value a balanced quality of life, healthy living, families and community, history and culture, and are environmentally conscious. We welcome visitors, friends, new families and neighbors to our community and know you will have an amazing time exploring and experiencing all that Truckee has to offer. To protect and preserve this magical, authentic place we call home, we as a community are committed to kindness, plenty of love for each other and our environment…. and we invite our visitors to do the same. These are challenging times – and some of our businesses are operating in new and different ways and may be running a bit short staffed. Be patient and kind – after all…. it’s Truckee time… time to slow down, be more laid back and casual. A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. As more and more people seek healthy, outdoor, wideopen spaces, we all need to take extra steps to respect our favorite outdoor places and everyone out there enjoying them. Take a look on page 14 for the Recreate Responsibly guidelines created by the Recreate Responsibly Coalition of more than 1,000 businesses, agencies, nonprofits, and influential voices who are working together to help everyone experience the benefits of nature. You’ll find plenty of information in this guide to help you in your exploration and enjoyment of Truckee. Whether you’re picking up that unique something in one of our many stores, taking a walking tour of historic downtown Truckee, hiking up that peak, ripping down that single track, carving those turns on pristine corduroy, or dining under the stars, this place is magic…. this place is home.
From beautiful mountains, bluebird skies set against the green pine trees to fresh water lakes and streams there’s plenty to love about Truckee. It’s a place to recreate, relax and reflect on the ever-changing world we live in today.
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Truckee Official Visitors Guide is published by Just Imagine Marketing and Design in cooperation with the Truckee Chamber of Commerce.
Play Outdoors Summer
Donner Lake Golf Fishing Water Sports Recreation + Park District Donner Summit
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Ski, Ride + More Winter Activities
Shopping 9 Historical Timeline + Museums 12 Transportation 14 Truckee Map + Important Numbers 15
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Additional Supplements Available: Back Cover
Truckee Dining Guide Hike Bike Trails + Camping Truckee Historical Walking Tour
Cover Photo: “Sagehen Meadows at Night 1” - Camas wildflowers blooming in Sagehen Meadows, near Truckee, California. Photographed at night, a headlamp was used to light up the flowers. Photography by Scott Thompson of ScottShotsPhoto.com. Publisher: Kathy Slocum, Just Imagine Marketing and Design email@example.com; justimaginemktg.com
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Donner Lake is a freshwater lake 2.7 miles long; .6 miles wide; a circumference of 8 miles; with a depth of 328 ft. There are 35 public piers available for fishing, boating, and sunbathing.
WEST END BEACH: 10-acre beach facility. Certified lifeguards. Group picnic and Pavilion on the Point reservations are made with the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District.
SHORELINE PARK: ADA accessible fishing dock, small craft launching, picnicking, restrooms. Located midway on the north shore.
DONNER LAKE PUBLIC BOAT RAMP: Northwest corner of lake. DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK, VISITOR CENTER AND MUSEUM: 530-582-7892
DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK: 530-582-7894 MANDATORY BOAT INSPECTION
For information on watercraft inspections, or inspection requirements for Donner Lake, and surrounding reservoirs, visit tahoeboatinspections.com.
Featuring a collection of top-notch golf courses offering variety, challenge and storybook scenery all in close proximity, in Truckee it’s not a matter of if you should play, but where. COYOTE MOON 530-587-0886 coyotemoongolf.com EDGEWOOD TAHOE 888-769-1924 edgewoodtahoe.com GRAEAGLE MEADOWS GOLF COURSE 530-836-2323 playgraeagle.com GRAY’S CROSSING 800-217-7554 golfintahoe.com GRIZZLY RANCH 530-832-4200 grizzlyranchgolfclub.com INCLINE VILLAGE CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE 866-925-4653 golfincline.com
INCLINE VILLAGE MOUNTAIN COURSE 866-925-4653 golfincline.com
RESORT AT SQUAW 800-327-3363 squawcreek.com
NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA 530-562-2490 northstarcalifornia.com
TAHOE CITY GOLF COURSE 530-583-1516 tahoecitygolf.com
OLD BROCKWAY GOLF COURSE 530-546-9909 oldbrockway.com
TAHOE DONNER GOLF COURSE 530-587-9443 tahoedonner.com
OLD GREENWOOD GOLF COURSE 530-550-7010 golfintahoe.com
THE DRAGON AT NAKOMA GOLF RESORT 530-832-5067 nakomagolfresort.com
PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT 530-836-1420 plumaspinesgolf.com
WHITEHAWK RANCH GOLF CLUB 530-836-0394 golfwhitehawk.com
PONDEROSA GOLF COURSE 530-587-3501 ponderosagolfcourse truckee.com
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THE CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME WEBSITE LISTS FISHING LICENSES SALES LOCATIONS AND FISHING REGULATIONS:
FISHING LICENSES MOUNTAIN HARDWARE AND SPORTS 11320 Donner Pass Rd 10001 Soaring Wy, Ste 105 530-587-4844
TROUT CREEK OUTFITTERS 10115 Donner Pass Rd 530-563-5119
FLY FISHING CENTERS NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA northstarcalifornia.com 530-582-5393
RESORT AT SQUAW CREEK visitsquawcreek.com 800-401-9501
BOCA RESERVOIR Access: Paved road Best Catch: Rainbow, Brown Trout, Kokanee Tackle/Bait: Worms, eggs, small spinners, trolling DONNER LAKE Access: Paved road Best Catch: Rainbow, Brown Trout, Mackinaw, Kokanee Tackle/Bait: Worms, eggs, small spinners, flies, trolling: both toplining and deeplining for Mackinaw. Holds some of the largest Lake Trout in the state.
JACKSON, INDEPENDENCE & WEBBER LAKES Access: Limited certain times of year Best Catch: Rainbow Tackle/Bait: Worms, eggs, small spinners, flies (Cutthroat Trout shall be immediately released. Special regulations apply.) MARTIS CREEK RESERVOIR Access: Paved maintained dirt road Best Catch: Catch-and-release only Rainbow, Brown Trout Tackle/Bait: Artificial lures or flies with barbless hooks PROSSER DAM RESERVOIR Access: Paved road Best Catch: Rainbow, Brown Trout, Small Mouth Bass Tackle/Bait: Lures, flies, bait, worms, eggs, spinners, artificial lures STAMPEDE RESERVOIR Access: Paved road Best Catch: Rainbow, Brown Trout, Kokanee Tackle/Bait: Worms, eggs, small spinners, trolling
TRUCKEE RIVER From Lake Tahoe to Trout Creek, seasonal from last Saturday in April to Nov. 15. From Trout Creek to Stateline open year-round (Zero kill, no bait and barbless hooks). Access: Short walk from highway, limited parking Best Catch: Rainbow, Brown Trout Tackle/Bait: Worms, eggs, small spinners, flies
TAHOE WILD TROUT FLY FISHING Trent Kirschner; 530-414-1306 THY ROD & STAFF FLY FISHING The Reel School of Fly Fishing Frank Pisciota; 530-587-7333 TIGHT LINES GUIDE SERVICE Rick and Tresa Kennedy fishtightlines.com; 530-263-0990
LAKE TAHOE SHORE FISHING Dollar Point, Crystal Bay Point, Sand Harbor, Cave Rock, West Shore below Tahoe City Access: Limited parking LAKE TAHOE CHARTER FISHING Numerous charter-fishing operators work out of North Lake Tahoe locations Access: Reservations only for morning and evening trips
FISHING GUIDE/ SERVICES/LESSONS
DIVIDE SKY FLY FISHING Doug Childers; 530-412-2988 FOUR SEASONS FLY FISHING flyfishingtruckee-tahoe.com Brian Slusser; 530-386-0525 MATT HERON FLY FISHING mattheronflyfishing.com 518-225-6587 STILLWATER GUIDE SERVICE Chris Worton out4trout.com; 775-851-1558
Water Sports RIVERS
TRUCKEE RIVER Enjoy an exciting float or class 2–4 rapids.
IRIE RAFTING COMPANY 530-582-4900 LE GRAND ADVENTURE TOURS 1-844-534-7263 TAHOE ADVENTURE COMPANY 530-913-9212
TAHOE WHITEWATER TOURS 530-587- 5777 TRIBUTARY WHITEWATER TOURS 530-346-6812
SELF GUIDED FLOATS TRUCKEE RIVER RAFT CO. 530-583-0123 TRUCKEE RIVER RAFTING 530-583-7238
Easily accessible/camping and boating at all sites: • Stampede Reservoir • Prosser Creek Reservoir • Boca Reservoir
• Jackson Meadows Reservoir • Donner Memorial State Park Campground
TAHOE SPORTS HUB 10095 West River St 530-582-4510
DONNER LAKE MARINA (Next to Donner Lake Village) — donnerlakemarina.com 530-582-5112
TAHOE ADVENTURE COMPANY tahoeadventurecompany.com 530-913-9212
BLUEZONE 11391 Deerfie
DONNER LAKE WATER SPORTS (in Donner Memorial State Park) 530-582-1999 START HAUS 10990 Donner Pass Rd 866-582-5781
THE BACK COUNTRY 11400 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-0909 WEST END BEACH DONNER LAKE 15888 S Shore Dr. 530-582-7777
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SKATE PARK Located at Truckee
TRUCKEE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER Located at
TRUCKEE DISC GOLF COURSE
10981 Truckee Way at the Pioneer Center Roundabout. Youth and adult programs, camps, classes, indoor track, fitness center, climbing wall, and meeting rooms. The gym has the ability to support up to two full court basketball games, two volleyball courts, two futsal games and four pickleball courts. Drop in basketball and pickleball games are ongoing throughout the year.
TRUCKEE RIVER REGIONAL PARK Just 1/2 mile south of downtown,
10050 Brockway Rd., this park offers 62-acres of facilities including tennis and basketball courts, picnic sites, ballfields, batting cage, and children’s play area. Most areas may be reserved by application at the Rec & Park office.
River Regional Park on the corner of Brockway Rd. and Estates Dr., the 10,000 square foot concrete facility is equipped with skateboarding elements for all age levels and abilities.
Located the backside of Truckee River Regional Park; the Truckee Disc Golf Course has 18 holes with scenic views of the Truckee River and surrounding mountains. The first hole is just off the main parking lot.
“SALTY” GEBHARDT AMPHITHEATER This landscaped
bowl in the Regional Park offers sloped lawn seating for up to 2,000 people. The Amphitheater is the site of the Music in the Park concerts on Wednesday nights, beginning in June. Available to rent.
TRUCKEE ICE SKATING RINK
Located in the Truckee River Regional Park, features public skating, skate rentals, snack bar, group and private lessons for all age groups, broomball leagues, and more. Open December through mid-March.
MEADOW PARK On Donner Trail
Rd., located directly behind the Truckee Donner Public Utility building, the park features ball fields, playground, picnic area, and an open turf for play.
GLENSHIRE FIELD A six-acre park
on Dorchester Dr. located adjacent to Glenshire Elementary School with open turf for soccer fields and one youth softball/baseball field.
For additional info or small group reservations, call or visit the TDRPD at:
9 hole, par 35 with driving range at 10040 Reynold Wy. 530-587-3501; ponderosagolfcoursetruckee.com
MCIVER ARENA Located at 10899
Brockway Rd. Dirt arena with sloped grass seating and livestock corral. Home to the Annual Truckee Rodeo.
COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
acre park, 12200 Joerger Dr. Featuring multi-purpose fields for soccer and football, Ultimate Frisbee, softball field, BMX track, pump track, bocce courts, non-traditional playground, and covered picnic area. Truckee River Legacy Trail access.
Regional Park to Riverview Sports Park, the paved trail allows for biking, walking, and dogs on leashes along the Truckee River. The scenic trail exhibits 12 different native and naturalized plant communities of the Truckee area, with picnic sites and benches along the way.
PONDEROSA GOLF COURSE
The center is located at 10064 Church St., just a block off Donner Pass Rd., downtown. Theatre/auditorium, stage, meeting rooms, kitchen. Available to rent. Grounds include playground & lawn area.
RIVERVIEW SPORTS PARK A 30-
LEGACY TRAIL Starting at the
TRUCKEE INDOOR COMMUNITY POOL Swim year-round at the Indoor Community Pool including a 10-lane competition lap pool measuring 25 yards, as well as a warm-water pool with a temperature of 90 degrees. The warm-water pool — perfect for kids or senior fitness, those rehabbing from leg injuries and those learning to swim — features a beach-like entry, two lap lanes, a lazy river, a splash pad and two water slides, including a 12-foot spiral slide as well as an airplane-shaped slide for small children. The lap pool includes recreational rope climbing, a diving board, float toys and basketball. Fitness classes and swim lessons are also available to attend.
VETERAN’S HALL Located at 10214 High St., this Truckee landmark features small gym/auditorium with stage, meeting rooms and kitchen/dining area. Available to rent including overnight rentals. TRUCKEE BIKE PARK & PUMP TRACK Located at 12200 Joerger
Dr., the Truckee Bike Park is a cycling destination that includes a pump track, dirt jumps, flow lines, drop zone, and dual-slalom. Truckeebikepark.org
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Donner Summit is one of the most significant and historic mountain passes and transportation routes in the U.S.
of the historic features visible from the upper part of the trail include Native American petroglyphs, the China Wall, and the world’s first automobile underpass (1913). The moderately strenuous hike is approx. 6-miles round-trip with a 1,000’ elevation gain, uneven terrain and moderate to steep ascents. For maps and more details for the trails above, visit tdlandtrust.org.
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL
TRUCKEE DONNER LAND TRUST
The Truckee Donner Land Trust has acquired thousands of acres of land to preserve and protect scenic, historic and recreational land to be enjoyed by the public. Explore some of the areas on Donner Summit:
ROYAL GORGE • •
LYLE’S LOOKOUT – a short 3-mile hike provides spectacular view of the iconic Devil’s Peak. ROWTON PEAK – a moderately strenuous 5-mile hike leads through several wildflower and bird areas, passes through some impressive volcanic geology, and offers expansive views of the Pacific Crest and the Granite Chief Wilderness. POINT MARIAH – a moderate 5-mile route with dramatic viewpoint down 4,000 feet into the Royal Gorge of the North Fork of the American River.
DONNER SUMMIT CANYON
The gateway to perhaps the most important square mile in California’s history. A trail up the canyon follows much of the old Dutch Flat/Donner Lake Wagon Road, which later served as the Lincoln Highway. Some
The Pacific Crest Trail (commonly abbreviated as the PCT) is a longdistance hiking and equestrian trail. It is a 2,663 mile long trail running from Mexico to Canada along the crest of the mountains in California, Oregon, and Washington. Explore sections of the Pacific Crest Trail on some of the hikes on Donner Summit: • MT. JUDAH LOOP – a moderate 4.5 mile round trip loop accessed from Hwy. 40, east of Donner Ski Ranch, turn into the unpaved parking lot before the snow gate and begin the hike on the PCT heading south.
PAVED PATHS AND TRAILS
Explore over 17 miles of scenic paved trails in Truckee, including: • THE LEGACY TRAIL – 5.0 miles one way, this easy paved trail follows the river and provides scenic views. Great to walk, run or bike and it is cleared from snow in the winter. From downtown, head east on Brockway Road. Just past Palisades Drive stoplight, turn left into Truckee River Regional Park. The trail begins here or from East River Street downtown. For map of Legacy Trail, more paved paths, and trails, visit truckeetrails.org.
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ALPINE MEADOWS 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com
MT. ROSE-SKI TAHOE 800-SKI-ROSE mtrose.com
BOREAL 530-426-3666 rideboreal.com
NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA 800-GO-NORTH northstarcalifornia.com
DIAMOND PEAK 775-832-1177 diamondpeak.com
SIERRA-AT-TAHOE 888-4MTN-FUN sierrattahoe.com
DONNER SKI RANCH 530-426-3635 donnerskiranch.com
SODA SPRINGS 530-426-3901 skisodasprings.com
GRANLIBAKKEN RESORT 877-552-6301 granlibakken.com
SQUAW VALLEY 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com
HEAVENLY MOUNTAIN RESORT 800-2-HEAVEN skiheavenly.com
SUGAR BOWL 530-426-9000 sugarbowl.com TAHOE DONNER 530-587-9444 skitahoedonner.com
HOMEWOOD MOUNTAIN RESORT 530-525-2992 skihomewood.com
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KIRKWOOD SKI RESORT 209-258-6000 kirkwood.com
Experience the thrill and excitement of skydiving in the capable hands of a highly experienced and qualified instructor right here in Truckee. Skydive Truckee Tahoe offers one of the most beautiful skydives this planet has to offer! Operating near the Truckee Tahoe Airport, visit skydivetruckeetahoe.com for information.
Alpine Meadows Stables (open year round) 355 Alpine Meadows Rd 530-583-3905
Piping Rock Equestrian Center, LLC (open year round) 12318 Union Mills Rd 530-582-6780
Sierra College Truckee Truckee River Regional Park Squaw Valley Disc Golf Course at High Camp Tahoe Vista Regional Disc Golf Course North Tahoe Lions Club Disc Golf Course
Summer season from May 25 to September 23: Soar Truckee glider ride pilots are all FAA certified commercial glider pilots and are extremely experienced in the flying of gliders for the specific comfort and enjoyment of their guests. 530-587-6702; soartruckee.org
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Tahoe Donner Equestrian Center (seasonal) 15275 Alder Creek Rd 530-587-9470
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Winter Activities CROSS COUNTRY SKIING–GROOMED TRAILS
AUBURN SKI CLUB TRAINING CENTER CROSS COUNTRY TRAIL SYSTEM 530-426-3318; auburnskiclub.com CLAIR TAPPAAN LODGE NORDEN 530-426-3632 clairtappanlodge.com NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA NORDIC, TELEMARK AND SNOWSHOE CENTER TRUCKEE 530-562-3270 northstarcalifornia.com RESORT AT SQUAW CREEK NORDIC CENTER Olympic Valley; 800-327-3353 destinationhotels.com/ resortatsquawcreek ROYAL GORGE CROSS COUNTRY SKI RESORT SODA SPRINGS 530-426-3871; royalgorge.com TAHOE DONNER CROSS COUNTRY TRUCKEE 530-587-9484; tahoedonner.com
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING–TRAILHEADS CABIN CREEK TRAIL Hwy 89–3 miles south
CASTLE PEAK I-80 Castle Peak exit, south side of freeway DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK 12593 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-7892 LITTLE TRUCKEE SUMMIT Hwy 89–17 miles north of Truckee MARTIS LOOKOUT TRAIL Hwy 267—.25 miles north of Brockway Summit
POLE CREEK Hwy 89–6 southwest side Sagehen Summit Hwy 89–9 miles north of Truckee
LAKE TAHOE SNOWMOBILE TOURS Hwy 267, Brockway Summit 530-546-4280
TAHOE ADVENTURE COMPANY 530-913-9212 tahoeadventurecompany.com
WHEELER LOOP Jackson Meadows
SIERRA SLED DOG ADVENTURES 866-323-8928
TUBING AND SLEDDING BOREAL SLEDDING AT MOUNTAIN PLAYLAND I-80 Castle Peak Exit 530-426-3666 rideboreal.com
NORTH TAHOE WINTER ADVENTURES 6600 Donner Rd, Tahoe Vista 530-546-4212 northtahoeparks.com NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA TUBING HILL Hwy 267 at Northstar 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com SODA SPRINGS WINTER RESORT SLEDDING AND TUBING I-80 Soda Springs Exit 530-426-3901; sodasprings.com
CABIN CREEK TRAIL Hwy 89 South–3 miles south onto Cabin Creek Rd FIBERBOARD FREEWAY Brockway Summit on Hwy 267 LITTLE TRUCKEE SUMMIT Hwy 89 North–17 miles north of Truckee MARTIS PEAK Brockway Summit on Hwy 267 PROSSER HILLS Hwy 89 North–4 miles north of Truckee
SNOWSHOEING DONNER MEMORIAL STATE PARK 12593 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-7892
SQUAW VALLEY SNOWTUBING Papoose Discovery Center 530-583-6985; squaw.com
NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA Hwy 267 at Northstar Dr 530-562-0110 northstarcalifornia.com
TAHOE DONNER SLEDDING HILL By Trout Creek Rec. Center 530-587-9437; tahoedonner.com
ROYAL GORGE 9411 Hillside Dr, I-80 to Soda Springs exit 530-426-3871; royalgorge.com
TAHOE DONNER CROSS COUNTRY CENTER 15275 Alder Creek Rd 530-587-9484; tdxc.com
COLDSTREAM ADVENTURES SNOWMOBILE TOURS Coldstream Canyon 530-582-9090 coldstreamadventures.com EAGLE RIDGE SNOWMOBILE OUTFITTERS Hwy 89, Little Truckee Summit 530-546-8667; sledtahoe.com
SLED DOG TOURS
NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA 530-562-3689 northstarcalifornia.com RESORT AT SQUAW CREEK 530-583-6300; squawcreek.com SQUAW VALLEY 530-581-7246; squaw.com TRUCKEE ICE SKATING RINK 530-587-7720; tdrpd.com TRUCKEE RIVER REGIONAL PARK HOTLINE 530-587-6172; 530-582-7720 tdrpd.com
DISABLED SNOW SPORTS
ACHIEVE TAHOE TRUCKEE ALPINE MEADOWS 530-581-4161; achievetahoe.org
916-324-1222; ohv.parks.ca.gov California Sno-Park Program – SNO-PARKS sites provide snow-cleared parking lots with sanitation facilities and access to snow park areas, cross-country ski, and snowmobile trails. $5 per day or $25 for season permit. Can be purchased at Truckee Ranger District, Tahoe Dave’s, Mountain Hardware, and The Back Country
NORTHSTAR, CALIFORNIA Hwy 267 at Northstar Dr 530-562-0110 northstarcalifornia.com
Perched atop beautiful Donner Summit, Woodward Tahoe is the perfect location for action sport and cheer athletes to train. The location gives ski/snowboard campers the opportunity to train on real snow year-round. The Bunker is located at the base of the mountain providing skate, BMX, cheer and dryland training. Woodward Tahoe is located minutes from Truckee. 19749 Boreal Ridge Rd, Soda Springs | 530-426-1114; woodwardtahoe.com 8
Explore Truckee Truckee has a unique, authentic mountain town vibe. Whatever you’re looking for from boutique shops, art galleries, wellness and fitness studios, to beauty & spas, sporting good & services, and animal care for your pets... we got you covered!
ANIMAL OUTPATIENT CARE CENTER OF TRUCKEE-TAHOE 10939A Industrial Way, #101 530-587-5144 CANINE COUNTRY 10310 Hirshdale Rd 530-587-7807 CRITTER CARE MOBILE VETERINARY CLINIC 530-550-8660 DOCTOR’S OFFICE FOR PETS 10939a Industrial Way, #101 530-587-5144 DOG GONE IT! PET CARE 530-414-5033 doggoneitpets.com DONNER TRUCKEE VETERINARY HOSPITAL & BOARDING 9701 Hwy 267 530-587-4366 FANCY FUR PET SALON 11401 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-8477 GOT DOGS? TRUCKEE 530-582-1820 gotdogs.biz HUMANE SOCIETY OF TRUCKEE TAHOE 10961 Stevens Ln 530-587-5948 KARMA DOG KAMP 530-448-7193 firstname.lastname@example.org PET STATION 11429 Donner Pass Rd, #7 530-550-7329 SAVVY DOG 10961 Stevens Ln 530-448-9808 SIERRA PET CLINIC 10411 River Park Pl. 530-587-7200 SPOILED PETZ GROOMING SALON 11448 Deerfield Dr, C1 530-582-5044 TAHOE INTEGRATIVE VETERINARY CARE 12068 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-1133
TRUCKEE-TAHOE PET LODGE 10960 W River St, #106E 530-582-7268
BACKSTREET FRAMERS 10099 Jibboom St 530-587-1409 BESPOKE + ATELIER 100098 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-5500 BLUESTONE JEWELRY & WINE 10046 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 3 530-582-0429 bluestonetahoe.com BOLAM GALLERY 10396 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-3388 CARMEL GALLERY 9940 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-0557 CAROLE SESKO CONTEMPORARY ART 530-412-0639 carolesesko.com MICHELLE ERSKINE PHOTOGRAPHY 530-448-3423 clicktahoe.com GALLERY 5830’ 10060 Donner Pass Rd 530-902-0322 GALLERY KEOKI IMAGES OF TAHOE Village at Squaw Valley 530-583-1404 GLASFORMS GLASSBLOWING 10072 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-8460 LA GALLERIA 10112 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-5444 LORIEN POWERS 9932 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-5400 MOUNTAIN ARTS COLLECTIVE 10065 Donner Pass Rd 530-563-5110 NANCY O GLASS & GALLERY 21547 Donner Pass Rd 209-968-0146
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NORTH TAHOE ARTS 380 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe City 530-581-2787
NICOLA B HAIR STUDIO 10246 Donner Pass Rd 530-386-6610
RIVERSIDE STUDIOS 10076 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3789
NINJA HAIR DEN 10059 Palisades Dr 530-318-9600
REFLECTIONS HAIR STUDIO 10015 Palisades Dr, Ste 6 530-913-0043
ECHO BLUE CONSIGNMENT 11429 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 6 530-550-5295
TAHOE TRUCKEE T-SHIRTERY 10128 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-5744
RITZ-CARLTON, LAKE TAHOE SPA 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Ct 530-582-3000
MOUNTAIN KIDS 11429 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 6 530-550-5295
THE TREEHOUSE CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & GIFTS 10104 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-4883
WHITE BUFFALO 10116 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-4446
ALPINE GOLD SPA BOUTIQUE 10098 Donner Pass Rd, Floor 2 alpinegolddayspa.com COUPE SIXTY-ONE 11209 Brockway Rd 530-550-1161 GLOW 10320 Donner Pass Rd, Ste B 530-587-9985 HAIR FOR TODAY 10095 Dorchester Dr 530-582-9050 IMAGES SALON AND BEAUTY SUPPLY 11400 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-2888 INFINITE NAILS 10833 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 104 530-277-2514 LE NAILS AND SPA 10015 Palisades Dr 530-550-8150 LINDA’S NAILS & HAIRCUTS 11260 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-1629 LOFT BARBER SHOP 10092 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-1710 LOVE IS IN THE HAIR 10246 Donner Pass Rd, Ste B4 916-798-3637 LUMIERE HAIR STUDIO 10246 Donner Pass Rd, #3 530-386-2515 LUX HAIR 10075 W River St 530-550-8008 MANE ATTRACTION 10466 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-6263 NEVE SALON & MINI SPA 15695 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-4832
SACRED SALON 9950 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-5123 SACRED STONE CENTER FOR WELL-BEING 10250 Donner Pass Rd 530-448-3664 SASSY NAILS 11429 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-5201 SHAMPOO HAIR AND MAKE-UP SALON 10050 South East River St 530-587-8494 SPA AT SQUAW CREEK 400 Squaw Creek Rd 530-581-6624 T & T NAILS AND SPA 10770 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-7561 TRILOGY SPA VILLAGE AT SQUAW VALLEY 530-584-8125 TRUE SALON & HAIR STUDIO 10049 Martis Valley Rd 530-412-0837 UNWIND BEAUTY SALON 12315 Deerfield Dr, Ste 8 530-582-9344 ZOE JANE SALON 10120 Jibboom St, #102 530-536-5057
BLUEBIRD 11500 Donner Pass Rd, Ste C 530-386-8486 SPLIT ROCK 10320 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-9378 TAHOE TRUCKEE SCHOOL OF MUSIC 10038 Meadow Wy, Ste E 530-587-3274
WORD AFTER WORD BOOKSHOP 10118 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-5099
CONSIGNMENT/ THRIFT STORES
MOUNTAIN LIVING HOME CONSIGNMENT 10009 W River St 10800 Pioneer Trail, Ste 2 530-536-5046 TAHOE FOREST HOSPICE THRIFT & GIFT 10338 River Park Pl 530-582-4947 TRUCKEE CONSIGNMENT 40153 Bldg 2, Truckee Airport Rd 530-550-9661 UNIQUE BOUTIQUE/VIVIANE’S VINTAGE & VOGUE 10925 W River St 530-582-8484
CABONA’S 10100 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3161 CALIFORNIA 89 10156 Donner Pass Rd 530-214-8989 DRESSED BOUTIQUE 10072 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-1630 ELA CHAPMAN 10056 Donner Pass Rd 530-563-3512 GRIZZLY MENSWEAR 10001 Soaring Wy, Ste 150 530-562-6012 JACK + EMMY 10191 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 3 530-563-3163 KALIFORNIA JEAN BAR 10092 Donner Pass Rd, Ste A 530-550-9933 MARILYN’S CATWALK 10058 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-7467 MO, JO & ZOE 10122 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3495
THE NICHE 11260 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3100 NOMAD 10046 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-5058
UNIQUE BOUTIQUE/VIVIANE’S VINTAGE & VOGUE 10925 W River St 530-582-8484
FITNESS/WELLNESS AWAKENING MASSAGE 10021 Martis Valley Rd 530-414-5852
BALANCING BODYWORKS – PILATES 10775 Pioneer Trail, Ste 108B 530-581-5152 THE BAR EFFECT 11890 Donner Pass Rd 530-386-3635 BODHI THERAPEUTICS 10021 Martis Valley Rd 530-386-5578 CAMP 1 FITNESS 10700 Pioneer Trail 530-563-6754 CR JOHNSON HEALING CENTER 10775 Pioneer Trail, Ste 108 530-562-4270 CROSSFIT TRUCKEE 12277 Soaring Wy, #103 530-536-5025 DONNA’S MASSAGE & SPRAY TAN 10059 Palisades Dr, Ste 3 530-550-1000 DREAMTOWN CROSSFIT 11357 Deerfield Dr, Unit B 530-628-0098 HIGH ALTITUDE FITNESS 11798 Donner Pass Rd 775-831-4212 MARTIS VALLEY MASSAGE 10001 Soaring Wy, Ste 140 530-562-9332 NAMASTE HOLISTIC HEALING & YOGA 10368 Donner Pass Rd 530-448-9014
RELAX MASSAGE 10800 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 102 530-386-8018
COOKING GALLERY 10084 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-8303
SIERRA SYMMETRY THE ROCK 11209 Brockway Rd, Ste C #107 530-883-4172
COPY CENTER 11400 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 10 530-582-0884
SOULSHINE MASSAGE & WELLNESS 10098 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-6605
CRUX EVENTS 25 Old Hwy 40, Verdi 530-587-8700 cruxevents.com
SYNERGY HEALING ARTS INC. 11890 Donner Pass Rd, #1 530-550-0400
CVS 11411 Deerfield Dr 530-587-5770
TAHOE CENTER FOR HEALTH AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE 10710 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3769
DONNER LAKE GIFT SHOP 15688 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-6748
TAHOE MOUNTAIN FITNESS 12047 Donner Pass Rd, Ste B2 530-412-3548 TAHOE YOGA & WELLNESS CENTER 10770 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-8333 TERRA FIRMA FITNESS MASSAGE & YOGA 209-662-4146 terrafirmafitness.com TRUCKEE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER 10981 Truckee Wy 530-582-7720 TRUCKEE MASSAGE 11209 Brockway Rd, Ste 305 530-550-9910 TRUCKEE PHYSICAL THERAPY 11053 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-4790
FOR GOODNESS SAKE 10157 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-8981 JL’S SMOKE SHOP 10800 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 105 530-587-7833 THE OFFICE BOSS 12177 Business Park Dr 530-587-1620 THE OFFICE BOSS TRUCKEE MAIL CENTER 11260 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 1 530-587-1620 RITE AID 11230 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-5296 SMILEY’S TATTOO 11400 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 20 530-587-6453 SPECIALTYBEADS.COM SpecialtyBeads.com
TRUCKEE PILATES 530-584-1717 truckeepilates.com
TAHOE OIL & SPICE 10091 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-8857
YOGA STUDIO TAHOE 10775 Pioneer Trail, Ste 105B 530-587-1891
THE SMOKE ISLAND 11400 Donner Pass Rd, #15 530-563-5262
ZENERGY MASSAGE & WELLNESS 11836 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 3 530-448-0344
THE SOCK PARLOR 10064 Donner Pass Rd 530-214-8496
THE VILLAGE CINEMAS VILLAGE AT NORTHSTAR 530-562-8800
BESPOKE + ATELIER 10098 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-5500 BIGTRUCK 11209 Brockway Rd, Ste 106 530-214-3300
TRUCKEE LOVE SHOP 15695 Donner Pass Rd 530-656-8753 TRUCKEE POWERSPORTS SUPPLY 12030 Donner Pass Rd 530-550-7758 TRUCKEE VARIETY CO. 10088 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-3117 TRUTH TATTOO 10099 Jibboom St 530-582-8788
SPORTING GOODS/ SERVICES A SINGLE TRACK MIND 209-662-5392
ALPINE MEADOWS STABLES Alpine Meadows Rd 530-583-3905 ARBOR BOARDHOUSE 11486 Donner Pass Rd 530-536-5006
SKI BUTLERS 10825 Pioneer Trail, Ste 105 530-582-8277 SKYDIVE TRUCKEE TAHOE 13184 Sailplane Wy 530-562-7530 SMOOTH RIDES TUNE AND REPAIR 530-414-9779 smoothridesmobile.com SNOWBOMB 530-581-0553 snowbomb.com
THE BACKCOUNTRY 11400 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-0909 BESTFIT BOOTS 12047 Donner Pass Rd, Ste B3 530-807-7626
START HAUS 11410 Deerfield Drive 530-582-5781 STEALTH TAHOE 11253 Brockway Rd 530-536-5089
BIKE TRUCKEE 10051 Palisades Dr 530-386-5700 BLACK TIE SKI RENTALS TRUCKEE 12219 Business Park Dr, Ste 6 530-550-1092 BLUE ZONE SPORTS 11391 Deerfield Dr 530-550-8003 CYCLEPATHS 10825 Pioneer Trail, Ste 105 530-582-1890 DIRT GYPSY ADVENTURES 844-464-9779 GRANITE CHIEF 11368 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-2809 MATT HERON FLY FISHING 400 Squaw Creek Rd 518-225-6587 MOUNTAIN HARDWARE & SPORTS 11320 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-4844
TAHOE ADVENTURE COMPANY 530-913-9212 TAHOE DIRT BIKES 12741 Lee Rd 530-386-2952 TAHOE DAVE’S 10200 Donner Pass Rd 12047 Donner Pass Rd 530-582-0900 TAHOE DONNER BIKE WORKS 15275 Alder Creek Rd 530-582-9694 TAHOE DONNER EQUESTRIAN CENTER 15275 Alder Creek Rd 530-587-9470 TAHOE MOUNTAIN SPORTS 11200 Donner Pass Rd, Ste 5E 530-536-5200 TAHOE SPORTS HUB 10095 W River St 530-582-4510
PACO’S TRUCKEE BIKE & SKI 12047 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-5561
TAHOE WHITEWATER TOURS 530-587-5777
PADDLE ME SUP YOGA 10059 Palisades Dr 530-448-1344
TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT CLEANERS 10607 W River St, Ste 1D 530-582-0564
PIPING ROCK EQUESTRIAN CENTER, LLC 12318 Union Mills Rd 530-582-6780
TOTALLY BOARD 10060 Bridge St 530-582-1584
RIDE CONCEPTS – MOUNTAIN BIKE FOOTWEAR 888-440-3909 rideconcepts.com
TROUT CREEK OUTFITTERS 10115 Donner Pass Rd 530-563-5119
SOAR TRUCKEE 13184 Sailplane Wy 530-587-6702
TRUCKEE OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE
History + Museums
Donner Memorial State Park & Visitor Center The Pioneer Monument statue at the entry to the park honors all who made the difficult trek across the western plains and mountains to reach California during the 1840s. Compelling new exhibits tell the stories of the emigrant experience, the Donner Party, the land of the Washoe, Chinese construction of the railroad, and early motoring adventures over Donner Pass. Tours available in the summer months. parks.ca.gov; 530-582-7892; 12593 Donner Pass Rd, Donner State Memorial Park, Truckee
Timeline 1844 Stephens-TownsendMurphy Party: first emigrant wagon train that successfully crossed the Sierra and get to California with wagons.
1910 Hollywood film companies began establishing Truckee as a center for the budding motion picture industry. (Charlie Chaplin’s the Gold Rush, the highest grossing comedy, 1927).
1863–1865 Gray’s Station Coburn’s Station (later re-named Truckee).
1846–1848 Thousands of emigrants passed westward through the Truckee Basin en route to California.
1866 First lumber mill. 1903 First motorized crossing of the U.S. went over Donner Pass (George Wyman)
1885 First trans-Sierra bicycle crossing. Thomas Stevens then continued across the country and around the world. 1870
1890s–1920s Truckee is established as a winter sports destination. 1846 The Donner Party, unable to cross the mountain summit, is forced to camp on the east end of Donner Lake.
1862–1866 Construction of the Dutch Flat & Donner Lake Wagon Road.
1915 First transcontinental telephone line goes into service over Donner Summit with a four way phone call from Alexander Graham Bell, President Taft, and the president of ATT to Watson at the Panama Pacific Expo. The line was built in 1914.
About 1920 the first transcontinental air route goes over Donner Summit.
1868 Ice was first harvested in the Truckee Basin at Boca.
1866-1868 Construction of the Transcontinental Railroad 40 miles of snowsheds were built to protect the RR. This allowed the trains to keep running (barring avalanche and fires).
1875 The Boca Brewing Company brought more fame to Boca than any other industry.
1913-1915 Large winter carnivals were held in Truckee to pump up the local economy by bringing thousands of winter tourists to Truckee.
20 MILE MUSEUM
Markers along old Hwy 40 Eagle Lakes to Donner Lake donnersummithistoricalsociety.org
DONNER SUMMIT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
TRUCKEE-DONNER HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND OLD JAIL MUSEUM
TRUCKEE RAILROAD MUSEUM
21501 Donner Pass Rd, Soda Springs 530-426-3376 donnersummithistoricalsociety.org 130 West Lake Blvd, Tahoe City 530-583-1762 northtahoemuseums.org
11711 Donner Pass Rd, Truckee 530-587-5437; kidzonemuseum.org
OLYMPIC MUSEUM Squaw Valley (High Camp) 1960 Squaw Valley Rd 800-403-0206
1915–1926 Lincoln Highway, America’s first transcontinental road, is built over Donner Pass.
MUSEUM OF TRUCKEE HISTORY 10065 Donner Pass Rd; truckeehistory.org
Jibboom and Spring St 530-582-0893; truckeehistory.org
10075 Donner Pass Rd truckeedonnerrailroadsociety.com
WESTERN SKISPORT MUSEUM
19865 Boreal Ridge Rd Boreal Ski Area, Soda Springs 530-426-3313 ext. 113 tahoesbest.com/western-skisportmuseum-lake-tahoe
1930’s The advent of modern skiing—improved equipment, improved technique, and ski lifts—first chair lift in California 1939, as well as the first destination ski area Sugar Bowl. First actual ski school in California—California Ski School at Soda Springs or Beacon Hill.
1970s Major subdivisions developed in and around Truckee, as people sought the lifestyle provided by a small town.
2009 Commercial RowBrickelltown Historic District, developed from 1870 to 1930, added to the National Register of Historic Places and includes the significant parts of Truckee’s early commercial district.
2019 Truckee celebrates the Sesquicentennial (150th) Anniversary of the Golden Spike, Transcontinental Railroad.
1958 Truckee-Tahoe Airport established.
1932 Highway 40 was first plowed in winter allowing winter access for tourists and commerce. Prior they had to wait for snow melt.
1932–1940 The Southern Pacific establishes the excursion train called “The Snowball Special”.
1960 The Winter Olympics descend on the Truckee area at Squaw Valley establishing the Truckee-Tahoe area as a major resort destination for year-round recreation.
1993 The Town of Truckee incorporates, garnering more than 70 percent local approval, with the big issues being area land use planning, snow removal and road maintenance.
1964 Interstate 80 completed allowing people to go further faster replacing Highway 40 (The Victory Highway) as the main route.
2018 The Town of Truckee celebrates the 25th anniversary of the incorporation of Truckee with a town portrait at the West End Beach of Donner Lake.
2013 The Town of Truckee celebrates 150 years since establishment, and 20 years of incorporation. Truckee continues to preserve and restore its historic character, and grow in popularity as a resort destination.
TRUCKEE OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE
GREYHOUND 800-231-2222; greyhound.com
GARYAIR AIR TAXI 408-805-4359; garyair.us
AMTRAK 877-974-3322 capitalcorridor.com
LIMOUSINE & SHUTTLE SERVICE
MOUNTAIN LION AVIATION 530-655-1100 email@example.com
LOCAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
AIR TAHOE 833-AIR-TAHO (247-8246) airtahoe.com
at Truckee Train Depot 10065 Donner Pass Rd
BLACKBIRD AIR 201-555-5555; flyblackbird.com
RENO-TAHOE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 775-328-6400; renoairport.com SURF AIR 800-365-6179; surfair.com TRUCKEE TAHOE AIRPORT 530-587-4119 truckeetahoeairport.com
TAHOE TRUCKEE AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT (TART) 530-550-1212 tahoetruckeetransit.com TRUCKEE DIAL-A-RIDE 530-550-7451 townoftruckee.com
NORTH LAKE TAHOE EXPRESS 833-709-8080 northlaketahoeexpress.com
at Truckee Train Depot 10065 Donner Pass Rd AMTRAK 800-872-7245; amtrak.com
at Truckee Tahoe Airport 10266 Truckee Airport Rd
RENO-TAHOE LIMOUSINE & SHUTTLE SERVICE 800-660-4546; 775-348-0868 renotahoelimo.com SUNSET LIMOUSINE SERVICES 775-329-5466; 866-455-5515 sunsetlimonevada.com TAHOE SIERRA TRANSPORTATION LLC 530-550-5300 tahoesierratransportation.com TRUCKEE NORTH TAHOE TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (TNT/TMA) 530-582-4964 laketahoetransit.com Free
CALIFORNIA 800-GAS-ROAD; 800-427-7623 quickmap.dot.ca.gov NEVADA 877-NV-ROADS; 877-687-6237 nevadadot.com/travel-info
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS MEADOW PARK/TRUCKEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 10115 Donner Trail Rd
TRAIN DEPOT/CALIFORNIA WELCOME CENTER 10065 Donner Pass Rd THE CEDAR HOUSE SPORT HOTEL 10918 Brockway Rd.
RAILYARD PARKING AREA 10069 Donner Pass Rd ELECTRIFY AMERICA + EVGO 11399 Deerfield Dr
TESLA CHARGING STATIONS
GATEWAY AT DONNER PASS 11290 Donner Pass Rd THE ROCK 11209 Brockway Rd THE CEDAR HOUSE SPORT HOTEL 10918 Brockway Rd NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA 900 Northstar Dr THE RITZ-CARLTON, LAKE TAHOE 13031 Ritz Carlton Highlands Ct
PIONEER COMMERCE CENTER 11025 Pioneer Trail
#RecreateResponsibly to Protect Yourself, Others, and the Outdoors
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PLAY IT SAFE EASY
PRACTICE PHYSICAL DISTANCING 6ft
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Whitehawk Ranch Golf Course Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Plumas Pines Golf Resort The Dragon at Nakoma Golf Resort
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Prosser Reservoir Tahoe Donner
Gray’s Crossing Golf & Lake Club
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winter activities See page 8
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Tahoe Donner Golf Course
ski + ride See page 7
Old Greenwood Golf Course
Coyote Moon Golf Course
Soda Springs Royal Gorge
TRUCKEE RIVER REGIONAL PARK
MAP NOT TO SCALE
Located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Truckee is just 200 miles northeast of San Francisco, 100 miles east of Sacramento, California, 40 miles west of Reno, Nevada , 12 miles north of Lake Tahoe, California and 155 miles from Yosemite National Park East Entrance.
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Tahoe City Golf Course
Tahoe City Sunnyside
Average summer temperature 40–79º F Average winter temperature 17–42º F Average total snowfall 201 inches Average total precipitation 30 inches
Kings Beach Brockway
Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe
Incline Village Mountain & Championship Golf Courses
Resort at Squaw Creek Golf Course
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Historic Downtown Truckee
Old Brockway Golf Course
TAHOE FOREST HOSPITAL
De erfi DONNER eld MEMORIAL Dr STATE PARK & VISITOR CENTER AND MUSEUM
Donner Pass Rd
Northstar California Golf Course
GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER
Schaffer’s Mill Golf & Lake Club
TRUCKEE REC CENTER
Do Pa nne ss r Rd
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Truckee Tahoe Airport
Ponderosa Golf Course
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Riverview Sports Park
RI V E R R D
10065 Donner Pass Rd 530-587-8808
Donner Memorial State Park
Donner Summit Historical Museum
To Sacramento & San Francisco
Donner Ski Ranch
Heavenly Mountain Resort Kirkwood Ski Resort Sierra-at-Tahoe Homewood Mountain Resort
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Downtown Truckee 5,980 ft. Donner Summit 7,239 ft. Donner Peak 8,019 ft. Mt. Judah 8,243 ft.
SOURCE: WESTERN REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Emergency Truckee Police Nevada County Sheriff Placer County Sheriff Road Conditions Tahoe Forest Hospital Animal Services Parking District
911 530-550-2323 530-582-7838 530-581-6305 1-800-427-7623 530-587-6011 530-582-7830 530-550-2323
Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District 530-582-7707 Truckee Library 530-582-7846 Truckee Tahoe Airport 530-587-4119 Truckee Chamber of Commerce 530-587-2757 U.S. Forest Service Ranger Station 530-587-3558 TRUCKEE OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE
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Truckee Historical Walking Tour
Truckee is rich in history with a quaint downtown filled with charming shops and superb restaurants set in authentic historic buildings. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Truckee proudly retains its historic roots. Explore some of Truckee’s colorful and fascinating history by following a self-guided walking tour of the historic downtown.
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