Hiking & Biking Paradise in Christmas Valley
Hiking & Biking Paradise in picturesque Christmas Valley
Hiking & Biking paradise, your own well water & the sound of waterfalls on Almost 2 forested Acres in picturesque Christmas Valley. Close to South Upper Truckee River, hiking trails, Dardanelle Lake, fishing, golf & ski Resorts. Renown Magnet School in Meyers & Tahoe Paradise Park with Lake Baron for water-skiing, Tennis, Ball Field & Group picnic/events. Year-around access via Hwy 89 to Portal. Left on So.Upper Truckee to a RIGHT @ the 2nd intersection of Memory Lane. 2nd house on the left side, across from USFS parcels/USFS to rear & side. Surrounded by newer and larger homes. Water from the private well is a rare treat and almost 2 acres for you to enjoy. It’s so QUIET you can HEAR the Waterfalls! US Forest lot @ rear & side & across from USFS parcel Double pane windows, Forced Air Heating installed in the ’90-s; Driveway freshly sealed, RV Parking, NEW Carpet/Pad in! New EXTERIOR paint, Newer roof & Natural Gas Forced Air Heating is newer; Survey & TRPA file available!
HWY 89 TOWARDS LUTHER PASS, RIGHT ON PORTAL, LEFT ON SO UPPER TRUCKEE, TURN RIGHT @ THE SECOND MEMORY LANE, 2ND HOUSE ON LEFT. For an appointment or more information, please call/text Davey on her cell phone at 530-318-8660
Tahoe Paradise Park Reinventing Itself- Article by Lake Tahoe News
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
By Jessie Marchesseau
MEYERS – On a recent Friday afternoon, Michael Moughler lounged on the shore near Lake Baron while his mother and sister paddled their kayaks in the quiet, mirror-smooth water. This is a pretty average day at Tahoe Paradise Park, and that’s part of the reason Michael loves it so much.
He comes here at least three times per week, sometimes more. To walk his dog on the trails, kayak and swim in Lake Baron and rides his bike around the 56-acre park. He taught his mother, Jan Moughler, how to kayak on this very lake where she is now, in turn, teaching Michael’s sister.
The park is mostly used by locals, and most days it’s pretty quiet. Jan Moughler pointed out that you can still come down here and be able to get a picnic table pretty much anytime, but she also enjoys the events in the park like the concerts, car shows and dog-friendly fundraisers.
Tahoe Paradise Resort Improvement District has been implementing quite a few changes in recent years, including hosting such events. Though they weren’t able to pull together many events this summer, the board of directors has still been busy working on projects. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING OR TO PRINT
Updated: October 11, 2017
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