Located at the foot of the High Sierras, the ranch is at the crossroads of the Pony Express and the Emigrant Trails, now ... More
Laura Springs Ranch
Located at the foot of the High Sierras, the ranch is at the crossroads of the Pony Express and the Emigrant Trails, now State Route 206. The place was settled in 1863 by Norwegian immigrants Nils Morrison and his wife Carrie Sorenson. The homestead has remained in the family for five generations, and they now specialize in antiques. There's even a "finder service" if the Morrison family doesn't have what you want on hand. Refreshments are served everyday at the old ranch house, and guests can take a stroll on the Pony Express Trail.
For an exhilarating experience, try the gondola ride. The ride lasts for about 12 minutes, taking you over two miles
(three kilometers) up the mountain. As you travel look out the windows for an amazing view of the ground ...
This site was first established in 1851 as a trading post for pioneers traveling westward to the gold rush at
Sutter's Mill in California. It was the first settlement in Nevada. There is a museum and stockade with exhibits ...
Amenities:Hot Water. Telephone. Daily Maid Service. Private bathroom. Refrigerator. Coffee Maker. Radio/Alarm Clock. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Television.
Non Smoking Rooms. In Room Broadband Internet Access (Free). Hair Dryer. Balcony/Terrace. Air Conditioning (In Room). Television ...