Come Find Your Freedom on this +/-39.73 Acres near Dayton, NV. If you are looking to escape the cities, have some elbow room around you and still be within commuting distance of multiple towns and cities, this may be the parcel for you. The elevation of this land ranges from 4,520 - 4,560 Ft. Come build your dream home or cabin on this great parcel. You are sure to enjoy the 360 degree views and the solitude this land offers.
Renowned for its excellent fly fishing and spin fishing, the Carson River beckons anglers from all over the West to cast a line into these legendary rapids. Home to large, natural populations of large and smallmouth bass along with channel and bullhead catfish and stocked annually with rainbow trout angling here is the main draw, though the Carson River is a mecca for all kinds of outdoor recreation. Flowing from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the verdant Carson Valley below, the Carson River begins near Genoa, where the east and west forks merge, and ends in Dayton, offering up plenty of opportunities for kayaking, rafting, hiking, and kicking back on the shoreline beneath a canopy of cottonwoods. ~ TravelNevada
The Bureau of Land Management provides opportunities to hunt, fish and engage in shooting sports activities in a safe and environmentally sound manner that promote marksmanship, public safety, hunter education, competition and lawful hunting. Over 99 percent of BLM-managed lands are open to hunting, fishing and recreational shooting opportunities. The BLM provides important access to hunting and fishing opportunities on public lands and waters, working with local communities and our valued partners to actively expand access to these opportunities.
NW Corner: 39.3531, -119.4669
SW Corner: 39.3531, -119.4625
SW Corner: 39.3495, -119.467
SE Corner: 39.3495, -119.4625
Center: 39.3513, -119.4647
-.5 Mi to BLM Lands
-1.75 Mi to Hwy 50
-12 Mi to Dayton, NV
-30 Mi to Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center
-49 Mi to South Lake Tahoe, CA
County: Lyon County, Nevada
Yearly Taxes: $215.34
Elevation: 4,520 - 4,560 Ft.
Land Use Code: Vacant - Residential Land
Electricity: At Seneca Rd.
Water: A well will be needed.
Water Rights - Well Needed - 1,800 Gallons Per Day from a Domestic Well
Sewer: A septic system will be needed.
Road Frontage: Gravel
Time Limit to Build: None
Type of Terrain: Level, Gentle slope, Varied