Dayton State Park is located in the town of Dayton, one of Nevada’s earliest Comstock settlements. The Carson River flows through the park and offers fishing and bird watching.
Recognized as one of the premier courses in Reno-Tahoe, the Arnold Palmer Signature Design course at Dayton Valley Golf and Country Club hosts the longest standing PGA Tour Qualifier in the country. The spectacular high-desert, championship course has also earned four stars in Golf Digest's "Places to Play," and it's easy to see why. Incorporating forty acres of water features, which directly affect play on no less than twelve holes, and numerous strategic bunkers, the stunning par-72 course is as devious as it beautiful.
The history of Dayton is displayed in Nevada's second oldest schoolhouse, a structure that was built in 1865 during the town’s booming heyday. The Dayton Museum was established solely through volunteer effort in the early 1980s and is home to a fascinating selection of exhibits that share the history of the town. Dayton’s tale begins with Nevada’s first discovery of gold at the mouth of Gold Canyon in 1849. Just a decade later, the town became the Comstock area’s leading milling center thanks to the Carson River and was also known as Nevada’s Chinatown.
One of Northern Nevada's premier destinations for outdoor activities, Dayton RV Park offers luxury accommodations in a clean, secure and environmentally friendly location.
Off of Highway 50, only 10 miles from the state capitol of Carson City, we invite you to see why Dayton RV is quickly becoming one of the leading destinations in Northern Nevada.